...While back in London is 15 C right now, rainy and gloomy I am superb happy to be back home for almost full summer with another exciting trip with my man and boy in between and I can't wait to share what's got 37 C...I am saying bye-bye to my favourite black to grey colour palette to welcome officially sunshine in my wardrobe...So let's enjoy this pretty summer days together!
Talking about chocolate, protein, my favourite food, the progress you can see after a months of really hard and dedicated training and sharing some gorgeous snaps of my new favourite beach spot.
Maintaining healthy & fit & happy lifestyle is so important to me and I think so for you too. As a summer is only a few months away it’s time to put in your diary the project ‘BIKINI BODY’ .
Finding the right balance between training and eating it’s not an easy journey. Even if you follow a certain food regime you will maybe come to the point where you don’t like certain foods, have allergy to some of ingredients or find difficult and let say the truth boring to count all the time micros. To maintain a healthy lifestyle you need ‘FIT FOOD’. I will share my personal experience what I drink, eat and what’s the food I can’t live without it. I simply called ‘fit food’.
I often get confused when I’m talking to people and they’re associating being fit & healthy with hunger, drinking only a water and spending hours and hours sweating in the gym. In fact looking good and feeling well without mattering the clothing size is STATE OF MIND. Loving life, looking after your body is similar to all other activities that we love to do and follow every other day, like taking a shower and enjoying a cupa of tea/ coffee on a busy day/ week ahead.
Christmas is nearly here and this means only one thing eating a lot! I have always been suprised how people , especially girls are starting training like crazy in April to achieve the perfect summer body ready in beginning of the summer and going through crazy diets. Sorry that’s not me. You still can achieve and sculpture your body, eat well and be cheerful all year around. It’s all about being constant, believe in what you’re doing and knowing that sometimes really takes time the results to start showing up.