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Jul 21st '15, 16:41 PM  
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New Routine For 4 Weeks - Ladies Who Lift Group

I have a new routine for 4 weeks. Where I do fitness camps they do a 10.30am transformation group just for women ... ladies who lift. There is only 8 in the small group but I've managed to get on and join for 4 weeks while the kids are off school. The time doesn't suit when normality resumes work and no play!

So 3 days a week I will a lady who lifts ... maybe a lady who tried ha!

I also have a 21 day carb cycling plan to follow, I am on day 2 and can't believe how much I've ate. I have a very poor relationship with food ... I am constantly being told I don't eat enough and I shouldn't be scared of fats. I am hoping this gives me a better attitude towards food.

Wishing me luck for something new!

 
 
Jul 21st '15, 18:29 PM  
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Good luck! I have competed and won trophies / set welsh records as a power lifter so know the dedication needed for a weight lifting programme, I'm sure you'll do great and enjoy!
 
 
Jul 21st '15, 21:52 PM  
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Good luck Wobbles. Looking forward to see how you get on.
 
Jul 22nd '15, 17:48 PM  
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Wow purplej that is awesome. I've seen the guys/gals where I train talk about some serious weight lifting and events with trainers even clients. I definitely don't have the dedication or the time to make this a permanent forward but they are very confident the 4 week shake up will have some good results. I'm hopeful because they are confident ... I'm also stuffed from the food plan
 
 
Jul 22nd '15, 17:57 PM  
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That sounds great. Hope it goes well!
 
 
Jul 22nd '15, 22:06 PM  
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Good luck Wobbles. Hope everything goes well and you enjoy yourself.
 
 
Jul 22nd '15, 22:45 PM  
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Sounds like you're on a great plan and it can be addictive (lifting) always chasing the next kg's .
I gave up last November due to time restraints but really enjoyed. Hope you enjoy your programme.
 
 
Jul 27th '15, 18:06 PM  
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I can only dedicate the 4 weeks membership as my kids are off school, the sessions that has space for me is at 10.30am and although I work from home it takes a chunk in my day. I prefer early up, done, home before kids are up ... I might get me some at home though
 
 
Jul 27th '15, 21:49 PM  
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It'll give you a good taster
 
 
Aug 3rd '15, 18:04 PM  
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It has that, I'm really enjoying the sessions. Already on week 3, it'll be a shame when it's over but has given me thought to consider going back in the future when it might suit better.
 
 
 
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