|We've even been getting out riding as a family on our Reid Cycles|
If you follow me over on instagram you may know that I have taken on Eat Fit Food's new Transform your life program. Its an 8 week program to literally transform your life with food and fitness with full support along the way. You get the face to face mentoring, the fitness program, full online support and all meals delivered to your door each morning, fresh! You can read more about it here.
I'm just entering week 3 and I am feeling better than I have felt in a very long time. I feel good physically and I can definitely see some changes for the better but where I am seeing most of the progress is in my head... My sometimes-very-negative mind space (as surprising as that may sound) is lifting and I am feeling more like the fun person I want to be. Each day, when I wake up and hit play to the music and charge into my 20 minute work out, the fog lifts and my emotions start to dance. Being a mum is freaking hard and remembering to nurture yourself in the areas you need is the hardest job of all. I need exercise in my life, everybody does. It hits play to those happy hormones and gives you the boost of energy that we all need and shares it with our crazy kids throughout the day. I have struggled with finding the motivation for exercise for quite a while now, while I eat well, I am learning more and more about how important all aspects of our lifestyle contribute to our health and how we feel.
This program has given me that motivation to just get up and get moving first thing in the morning. I literally throw breakfast in front of the kids and start my workout. We sing to the beats and they laugh at me while I'm bouncing around the room, I love it. It sets the day right, it gives me that fun feeling and happiness that I need to charge into each day and its safe to say I'm getting my groove back and getting addicted to this fitness thing again.
Week 3 calls for a few more moves and more amazing food. I'm looking forward to hitting my workout tomorrow morning and seeing more physical and emotional changes along the program. Bring it!