I realize now why they send you the healthy eating plan with these DVD workout programs. Because it doesn't work without it.
It really is all about what you put in your body. Don't get me wrong, I am an advocate of exercise and think everyone should get some, but there are days when I prefer to walk the dog rather than stand in my living room and step on him while following the 25 minute daily fitness routine.
I am not a horrible eater and I don't eat much throughout the day, but what little I do eat, are the wrong choices. I still have a terrible carb addiction that I work on regularly, but if I plan to lose my 20 lbs before vacation in January, I am guessing I need another paleo plan challenge, since I have proven results from the past. I am not a member at our crossfit gym anymore (prices are up to like $130 a month - insane!) but I will start the T25 plan over again and combine that with my paleo plan for 30 days and see how insane I get my results!
This challenge will begin on Dec 26th and I will record all my stats, my daily eating plan, and daily exercise routine. I still have the before pictures from this challenge that have never been seen, so I will also include those at the end of the next challenge.
In the meantime, besides Christmas shopping, I will be gathering easy paleo recipes so I can plan out my 30 days of eating. If there is one thing I learned from my last paleo challenge, it's that if you poorly plan, you won't eat anything... which makes me very cranky! Planning is essential for a successful challenge. I have all the books that were given to me by the nutritionist that I saw back in 2012, so I will share some helpful information along with the recipe guide, so c'mon along for the ride!
See T25 comparison stats, from Day 1 to Day 6 to Day 11.
See my paleo challenge results from 2012.