Fitness Q&A


#201

Dude you underestimate my clutz - I am THAT person - the one who falls up stairs, that trips over a twig, that hurts herself in the stupidest ways.

I have bruises all over and I have no idea how I got them :stuck_out_tongue:


#202

Then something like skipping would benefit you the most. Improves co ordination and motor skills tremendously


#203

Burpees for cardio?


#204

If you want to go hardcore HIIT, then yeah it is amazing.


#205

#206

I think I’m realising that commuting via bicycle is a great way to get fit and strong. Though it seems like short sessions, I find myself constantly spinning in high end gears and pushing myself over certain sprint sections. Thus constantly feeling the burn from start to finish of commute.


#207

#208

mmmm… absolutely love this


#209

What is it? Apple and crumbly stuff?


#210

looks like outspap, caramel and apples.


#211

Apple, Oats and peanut butter with pink salt.

Oats is not cooked on the stove. Just rested in boiling water for a few minutes


#212

close enough :stuck_out_tongue:


#213

See the oats is what I have issues with


#214

Do not cook it and make it mushy. The way I do it, it still has texture


#215

Nope na aah never, I don’t do cereals of any kind. Never did even as a kid. The peanut butter is my other issue, I am not a fan.

I have been having mixed fruit (half a frozen cup), with spinach, cucumber, low fat, sugar free greek yogurt and some crushed ice smoothies. And then cucumber and tomato salads for lunch


#216

Hahahaha oats is not cereal =D


#217

Won’t fruit give you a sugar spike?


#218

the way my mum and gran made it, it was :stuck_out_tongue:


#219

Its the only sugar I take in the morning


#220

Apples? Nope nope. Some other fruits might yes. But then it also has to be quite a lot of fruit.