How Long Does it take to Get Fit and Toned — Day 33
I’m glad to say that I didn’t feel nearly as tired today as I did yesterday. I was a little groggy as I first got out of bed, but I took a cold shower to help wake myself up, and I managed to get through my morning just fine.
I did get a bit drowsy at working on my book, but I tried my hardest to resist the temptation of caffeine–it’s not exactly conducive to my diet plans, and I don’t want to grow dependent on it like many people I know. Instead, I got up every once in a while to walk around a stretch. I also kept myself occupied by readjusting some of my plans for later in the day. I can’t say that I was in peak form, but at least I didn’t end up drooling against my desk (which I was pretty close to yesterday).
I made an effort to work out this evening, and I was honestly astonished by how much energy I had. I was able to get more reps up with heavier weight, and I was much more time-efficient than I usually am. I was expecting to be absolutely exhausted after a long day, but ended up feeling as if I could bench press an entire mountain! I guess that a couple day’s worth of rest does wonders for your recovery, even if you do still feel pretty tired overall. I don’t plan on taking any extended breaks in the future, but this is definitely something I’ll keep in mind.
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Feeling much better today, plus a day off from the office.
I hope that by tomorrow, I’ll be able to get back into my usual schedule. I’m really starting to enjoy this lifestyle, so I want to avoid getting sidetracked whenever possible.
Geo Life Meal Plan for Day 33
Happy with the meals and meal planning loving the juices and protein shakes.
Daily Meal Plan Geo Lifestyle Day 33
Day off and loved it, I have to figure a way to get more days off.
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Daily Exercise Planner Day 33 Geo Life Year of Change
Back with a Vengeance today, felt great. I have shared my 5 stage HIIT plan, still on level on but loving it.
Here are my developed programs for HIIT.
- LEVEL 1 HIIT Beginner Program
- LEVEL 2 HIIT Beginner Plus
- LEVEL 3 HIIT Intermediate
- LEVEL 4 HIIT Intermediate Plus
- LEVEL 5 HIIT — Advanced
List of my weight options and developed exercises.
- 14kg Rice Sack Bench Press
- 14kg Rice Sack Bicep Curl
- 14kg Rice Sack Shoulder Press
- 14kg Rice Sack Bent-Over Row
- 14kg Rice Sack One Arm Swing
- 14kg Rice Sack Calf Raise
- 14kg Rice Sack Triceps Kickback
- 14kg Rice Sack Lateral Raise
- 14kg Rice Sack Lying Dumbbell Fly
- 14kg Rice Sack Glute Bridge
- 14kg Rice Sack Russian Twist
- 14kg Rice Sack Jack Knives
- 14kg Rice Sack Tricep Extensions
Quote of the Day
“I will always find a way and a way will always find me.”
― Charles F. Glassman
Day 33 of the Year of Change Wrap Up
Yesterday I was super worried I have lost my mojo, however this morning felt great, likely just needed a recharge.
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