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Plyometrics are very effective. I would add standing on the spot then jumping up tucking your knees up to your chest. A few of these finish me off!
just a request to all office snackers - think of what smells. Tuna fish and popcorn will not be popular in my stuffy office!
Some good ideas here. i had never thought of taking tuna pouches in. Much easier than wrestling with a tin opener at your desk!
Just tried box jumps. Great fun!
Bagels are a real treat for me (cinnamon and raisin, mmmm) but I didn't realise they were so sugary. i thought all white bread products would be roughly the same. What a shame!
IDo we have to think about exercise all day? I am pretty sedentary in work but mentally work really hard, then save all my physical efforts for the gym.
Rice cakes? they are really not worth eating in my opinion. Mostly air, minimal nutrition and hungry an hour later. not worth it.
The best thing to do is get an app which counts your steps. When you're aiming for 10,000 steps a day it's very motivating to walk more at work.
baked apple - haven't had that in forever! Looks tasty, will give it a try - I think even my limited cooking skills will cope.
Trail mix does the trick for me. And yes I do add a few bits of dark chocolate, and no I don't feel any guilt over it.
Funny you should mention sugar and teeth. With all the focus on sugar's effect on health and fat we forget it's bad for our teeth too. Since cutting back on sugar my teeth feel a lot healthier.
Squats are really all I need to make a difference. I used to do 100 a day, and the difference was amazing.
We love pumpkins and they're quite ideal for a soup to take with you into work or a curry to prep ahead for tea. Again, vegetables are ideal for menu planning and getting organised. Definitely make a plan for the pumpkin!
being a shorter person means than I can't eat as much as other people. It's not fair and sadly counting calories used to be the main thing in my life. I've grown out of that obsession with calories and refuse to consider calories now, only what is nutritious.
A lot of office overeating is due to boredom. Not always supereasy, but change your job or role, lose the boredom and the snacking stops.
there must be so much pumpkin going to waste at this time of year - does my head in to see edible innards being thrown away to make lanterns!
Im interested in this as am considering going vegan. I would say that it's pretty much healthy eating as I'm doing now. But the great thing is that you don't have to think about how long things are out of the fridge as there's no meat or dairy to worry about.
I definitely feel more tired and moody during my period so not so up for exercising. But because I know exercise makes me feel perky I do try and force myself to do something. but I don't feel so energetic.
yes be kind to yourself, but don't be too kind to yourself. I'm guilty of justifying myself scoffing lots of chocolate and spending too much time online in the name of 'being nice to myself'!
I'm in the lunchtime hummus gang in the summer. but coming into winter I take homemade vegetable soup in a thermos.
You would think - but since the eighties we've lost sight of normal portions and normal levels of body fat. And with so many trying to sell faddy diets based on 'eat what you like', some facts are badly needed.
Hmmm, 3 minutes between Netflix episodes sounds good. But not sure I need an app to help me out.
i cant be bothered to count calories. Thought all that had been left in the Eighties. Just avoid junk and exercise and surely no one needs more than that to be healthy?