Trying Not To Be Chair Shaped #7

So the school runs have been super helpful in my fitness journey. I’ve tripled my steps in the last two weeks.

My legs hurt.

Also because of the hectic nature of the three different drop off times, beginning at 7.30 and getting home child-free by 9.15, I’m not eating until around 11ish.

That has to help right? I’ve heard great things about intermittent fasting and having smaller eating windows so maybe this will help stop me becoming shaped like my chair.

I do spend an inordinate amount of time sitting in it these days. Is it inevitable? Am I fighting a losing battle?

Eating kitkats all day probably isn’t helping my cause.

5 responses to “Trying Not To Be Chair Shaped #7”

    • I agree, movement, water and making sensible food decisions is the most efficient path to optimal health. I’ve seen some people say they only have a four hour eating window, for example, which is extreme. In terms of ‘fasting’ and having an eating window I do believe that using that idea in a more sensible way is beneficial. By cutting my eating off at 7pm, for example, I could stop myself mindlessly snacking and also it’s better for sleep, rest, and digestion.

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  1. Intermittent fasting really does work. Although I personally believe one way isn’t the answer for all, it has worked well for me both mentally and physically 🙂

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