just eat well and look after yourself, dont smoke, keep fit is a good combination for me and im ...old lol
Dentist was happy with my checkup this afternoon so I picked up a box of celebrations and a box of heroes on the way home
I'll be back on the diet later in the week tho.
Lost about five inches round the middle in the last year, not being mean regime about it all, just being conscious of what I've been consuming really. Keeping an eye on my fat, carbs, sugar intake, portion sizes and grazing habits between meals, after letting it all slide for a few years
Once things are back to "normal" if there's one near you you should do a Parkrun on a Saturday morning mateWork in IT here so sat at a desk most the day or standing in my garage working (since lockdown started). Prior to lock down I was walking around 6 miles each day on way to work and back. Once lockdown came that went out the window so I started up with the C25K program, first week of doing it I thought there is no way i'll be able to run 30 mins non stop at the end of the plan but I did . Completed that plan and moved onto the C210K although did my first run tonight after almost 3 weeks off (due to a cold and Sinuisitus) which nearly killed me. I've gone from being able to run over 30 mins non stop a few weeks back to struggling to keep running for any longer than 5 minutes tonight.
Throughout lockdown i've mostly kept to running 3 times a week and usually on my lunch break just so I get away from the computer for a while and get out of the house for exercise and a break from the missus too
Must admit the first few weeks were agony but gets much easier and I have found i'm much happier in myself from it.
Food wise, I have found i tend to eat better main meals since lockdown but a little more junk food which is what i struggle to cut out. I'm not overweight yet, but starting to get a bit of a belly on me which i'd like to get rid of.
Once things are back to "normal" if there's one near you you should do a Parkrun on a Saturday morning mate