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.
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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.
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