30 days ago, I set myself the challenge to spend 100 days with simple exercise by way of the Simple & Sinister Kettlebell program, and simple eating by way of Squeaky Clean Keto. Thirty days hence, and I’m progressing well - but it’s time to shift gears.
Kate Rodgersfrom Perth, Australia / 6 posts
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23 days into my 100 Days of Simple challenge and I'm already seeing benefits: I am feeling stronger, confident and gut irritations have subsided. Each day, I am learning more about myself and what my body can do.
The practice of critical reflection provides a strategic tool to evaluate your behaviour, distancing yourself so to review with objectivity, learn from the experience and plan how to apply what you have learned to your future.
In recent years, a 'clean' approach to Keto has emerged, shifting from meat-and-butter-everything to a 'greener' plan. Fats are consumed from healthy sources such as avocado, grass-fed butter, olive oil, coconut oil, nuts and seeds and greater inclusion of vegetables, including leafy greens.
Says my mate with a chuckle, as he continues to wrangle the grey leg machine. I never got the hang of those. I remain on the floor, kettlebell in pistol position, anxiously claiming my space