So…. A year ago I wrote a blog post about getting healthy. It was called “My 12 Week Fitness Challenge”
The fact that it was actually written over 52 weeks ago should give you a bit of a clue as to how successful that entire endeavour was…
Well, I’ve been going to the gym for the last 8 weeks and it’s going well.
This isn’t going to be a blog post about what to do when you’re at the gym, nor is it about diet, macros, nutrition windows or anything like that. Simply because I have no idea what I’m talking about regarding all of that.
I have a rough idea for me. But I’m a very special animal and none of my advice is usable for the majority of people. I lose weight relatively easily. I eat irregularly to the point I was accidentally engaged in intermittent fasting for a month and I only started using protein shakes because they were on offer.
What I can offer is a little bit of advice for anyone who, like me, was concerned about heading back into the gym.
This is one of my favourite meals to cook and eat… if you follow me on Instagram, you already know this…
Anyway, it’s just so simple to make and there’s tonnes of flavour. It’s one of my classic, “Throw it in a pan and come back when it’s ready” meals so, if you’ve had a long day or just don’t have the energy to try, make this and thank me later.
As I made my way down the cobbles of Rose Street, rain cascading down on me from a sky which threatened to strike with lightning at any moment, I almost walked past the offices.
I knew the general direction I was headed, it was on my way home, I just didn’t know the exact destination. I guess that should have been my first clue that these guys were something different.
Eventually, sopping wet, I found a blue door which looked like it had take a beating. Illuminated by a single lamp above the frame, in the pitch darkness I could just about make out the logo of the people I needed to see.
Bryant & Mack: Private Detectives