get in shape in time for christmas
Little Black Dress challenge.
Everyone did a good job to go so far!
Less than two weeks before Christmas, now is not the time to fall off the wagon.
It may be the party season, but it doesn\'t mean that everything you \'ve learned in the past month has to be thrown out of the window.
Sports designed by Siobhan Byrne are suitable for any fitness level, but if you have any concerns, be sure to consult your doctor before you start.
If you can\'t do the exercise and follow the food plan set by Orla Walsh, you will still get some benefits.
Remember, weight loss is 80pc food, 20 pc exercise.
As always, if you have any questions or questions, please email us at healthandlive @ independent. ie.
Good luck in the challenge!
It\'s no longer important to keep your new health.
Returning to previous food and lifestyle habits will allow you to get back to where you were before starting this challenge.
Unhealthy habits have only one purpose.
Building your lifestyle on a healthy ceremony will lead you to poverty.
Find your own personal motivation.
Discover what drives your success.
To lose weight, you have to understand why you want to lose weight.
This is beyond the numbers of scale.
Unhealthy weight affects every corner of your life.
Travel comfort on public transport from choosing clothes to how to sit, not forgetting yourselfesteem, self-Worth a sleep.
List your symptoms and you will understand what affects your choices.
It also lists the ideal goals (
Also known as a dream with a deadline)
And goals that exceed your weight.
If it\'s hard for you to gain a foothold and get back to the basics --
Drink more water, eat more vegetables and exercise more.
Speaking of the treat-
Just like the food during Christmas, eat some smaller food, chew more, taste every bite and enjoy the food. -
Orla WalshCongratulations congratulate us on the last week of our six weeks
Little Black Dress challenge.
Well done for all of you, it is an incredible achievement to go so far.
If you stick to the plan, you should feel great, have more energy, and notice that the clothes feel more relaxed and your fitness level is starting to improve.
Now is the time to measure.
You\'ll remember I said in the first week that I didn\'t like to weigh scales because people tend to abuse them by weighing themselves daily and giving inaccurate readings.
It is only possible to lose or increase no more than 2 lbs of fat per week, and what we want to lose is this fat, not water.
Over the past five weeks, you\'ll see how consistency in food and training has yielded results.
I always like to judge my weight and shape based on the look and feel of my clothes.
You may have a favorite pair of pants or skirts that can be a measure of how well you perform.
Measured from five different points: the top of the shoulder, the chest line, the navel, the widest part of the hip line, and finally, the top of the leg is the largest part on the thigh.
These measurements, as well as what is said on the balance, will give you a good indication of where you are and how you are doing it.
Remember, body fat doesn\'t go away overnight, so just because these six-
The week challenge is over, which doesn\'t mean you can\'t keep the same routine.
Maintain your workout by mixing the exercises of the previous weeks, continue your brisk walk and challenge yourself to work harder.
Until our next challenge, there is no reason why you cannot continue to enter the new year.
1 tablespoon olive oil 1 portion chopped carrots50g red lentils 1 teaspoon chilli2 teaspoon cumin1L vegetable soup milk add olive oil and chopped onions to the pan.
Add chopped carrots after softening.
Cooking is allowed for about 5 minutes until they start to soften.
Then add red lentils, peppers, cumin and vegetable juices.
Add milk when lentils become a little translucent.
Mix and season.
A cup of oats, a cup of raisins, a cup of walnuts2 tbsp peanut butter and a bowl of bananas.
Fold 1 cup of oats, 1 cup of raisins, 1 cup of walnuts and 2 tablespoons of peanut butter with a fork.
Mix until the oats are wet.
Make small biscuit shape.
Place on a baking sheet and cook for about 12 minutes at 170 °c.
1/start with your feet on the floor and two hands on the ground.
Make sure your back is flat and your core is engaged.
2/Slowly lift one knee to the chest.
3/then go back to the start position and repeat with the opposite leg.
This is a representative.
1/lay by your side first, 1 feet on the other side and elbow and your hand on the ground.
2/use your free arm to twist and stretch under your body.
3/then extend your arm to the ceiling and make 10 reps before changing the sides.
1/start with a half squat position where the feet are wider than the shoulders-width apart.
2/jump in the air before landing to change the direction of your feet to squat down separately.
3/after landing, tilt to the floor, jump back to the squat, complete the squat, repeat while walking.
1/start with a backward tilt while maintaining balance on your hands, sitting in a position where your knees are bent, with your feet flat and slightly off the ground.
2/then lift your upper body to the knee while lifting your knee to the chest and into the V position.
Return to the start position and repeat.