I realized because of my line of work, having the exact same schedule week over week proves to be next to impossible. Here is my new approach. Rather than focusing on the date on which I need to do the exercise, I should focus on how many times I should focus on X discipline. So, each week, I will plan ahead of time of when I will swim/cycle/run, with other events in mind.
Swim x 3
Cycling – 60 mins x 3
Walk & Run x 2
Resistance training – Upper body x 2
Resistance training – Lower body x 2
Side note: I can’t wait for the my pole dancing credits to run out, I don’t like the fact I have to book ahead of time individual classes instead of just have them booked in for me for a set number of weeks. So, classes are never consistent. This has contributed to my constantly changing routine.
This week was honestly a hodge-podge of activities and I desperately tried to fit in what I could in the meantime. Another training time that I should try to maximize is lunch hour. It’s hard to pull yourself away from the desk, because there is a fear that something will explode while you’re away or you appear unproductive.
I have a problem with sugar and snacking a lot. Whenever I put a restriction on myself, I find that it makes me even more prone to go against it.
Been trying to find healthier alternatives and go for water instead of snacking. Often times, it is because I just want to munch on something or stressed.