Last week I changed my training routine up as I have my energy back (except at 4:30am when my alarm goes off & when I hit the 6pm wall😂) So I’ve added an extra day of weight training in
My new training plan is •Monday upper body
•Tuesday lower body •Wednesday 30min walk •Thursday upper body
•Friday lower body •Sunday walk with Liam & the dogs
I’m avoiding any exercises that don’t feel “right”, avoiding high impact, avoiding high intensity and listening to my body. Everything I do is slow and controlled. I’m finding I don’t need as much rest as I did in the first trimester.
I love training because it keeps me sane. I feel amazing every time I train and I love the feeling of being strong. It’s not motivation that keeps me going, it’s habit, discipline and routine. •
Waiting til you’re in the right mood to train, saying I’ll start tomorrow or relying on someone else to motivate you to train leads you into the dreaded procrastination loop and next minute you know it’s been a month since you’ve done anything!
“I’ll do it later”
“I’m being so lazy
“I need to train with someone”
“Uhh I’m not in the right mood”
Don’t wait for motivation to bite you in the bum, go train regardless of the mood you’re in and don’t rely on others. Establish a clear plan, build yourself a routine and stay disciplined to your goals 💥
#19weekspregnant#secondtrimester#pregnancyworkout#ididntbrushmyhairtoday 🤷🏽♀️ *music added for a dramatic effect lol