T E A 😌 @spicentice burgers, chips, salad and corn on the cob. (0.5 syn for dressing, 0.5 syn for tomato sauce and hexa) absolutely delicious! Really enjoyed this and perfect for a Friday night. Have been craving all the bad food and a takeaway today, so this is a much better choice!
Tonight’s dinner. 1.5 syns for the sweet chilli low fat super noodles 🙂
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Savoury breakfast 🍳
2 boiled eggs 🥚
Spring onions & beans ... for now they are still protein!
Friday work food 🥘
Break 1 👉🏻 Nothing
Lunch 🍴 SW corned beef pastie 🥙
WW wrap 👉🏻 Hex B
As I made another of this and a sandwich thin with the same mix last week this is only 0.5syns 🙋🏼♀️ lean corned beef 🥩 onion, carrot, celery, garlic, chilli 🌶
Left over rice 🍚 from last nights tacos 🌮
Can of Pepsi max 🥤
Break 2 👉🏻 Water 💦
Now I’m home 🏡 making tea a little snack of berries & Pepsi max 🥤
#throwbackthursday to my size 22 jeans which were too tight for me to fit into 22 months ago... I was actually squeezing myself into size 24 jeans when I joined @slimmingworld! I'm currently in size 16 jeans and my goal is to get into size 14's. I'm size 12 on top but I still can't squeeze my womanly hips into 14's! I'm well aware that size 14 is some people's starting size but I'm pretty tall at 5'10" and don't want to be too skinny... I want to keep some curves 💃💃💃 Anyway size 24 to size 12-14 is still a pretty good result in my book!
First pic was taken in February, middle pic taken in May, and third pic was taken today! So happy to see my legs have finally leaned out more because that’s definitely a tough area for me. I didn’t change up anything in my routine to make my legs lean out, just stuck to the plan and KEPT PATIENT and slowly but surely it happened.
Throughout this entire weight loss phase my workouts have not changed- I’ve been following a powerlifting program (so tons of HEAVY compound movements) eating an average of 1900 calories a day, doing steady state cardio three times a week for 20 minutes, and I’ve been getting about 10k-15k steps a day. Also to answer a commonly asked question- I hardly train abs! By improving my body composition through lots of heavy lifting, my ab definition has improved without really working them much. So my top tips for making a transformation is:
1. Lift hard and heavy and stick to basic compound movements! No stupid variations of things lol, the basics are going to benefit you most.
2. Be patient!!! Eat to fuel your workouts (no super low calorie bs) and focus on getting stronger and over time you will see results. Don’t under eat! If you eat and train like an athlete you will look like one. This isn’t a quick fix diet it is a lifestyle.
Ps. I couldn’t care less which one of these pics you like best, so keep your “you looked better before” opinions to yourself. I like how I looked in the middle pic but I like how I look now better ✌🏼.
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