If you’ve followed the blog for a while, then you’ll know that I’ve tried the 21 Day Fix eating plan before and wasn’t successful. I don’t think my mind was in the right place for being successful. I’m hoping to give the plan another try and this time, the plan is to be successful! Today, I’m sharing how I plan to use the program to supplement my current workout plan.
I’m returning back to the 21 Day Fix program – this time with more determination than before. In fact, I’m on day 3 and doing remarkably well despite a few obstacles that would have derailed me in the past.
I’m not doing the workouts this time though. I’ll be doing workouts at my local pole fitness studio. I signed up for a bootcamp
through the studio. We have 30 minute workouts on Tuesday and Thursday at the studio. On Saturdays, we meet for an hour and a half workout that’s often outdoors. Bootcamp started on January 18 and I haven’t missed a class yet. The workouts are tough but that’s also why I decided not to double stack 21 Day Fix workouts on top of them. I’ll be using Beachbody workouts to supplement on the days that I don’t go to the studio. I like variety though so I’ll be picking from a variety of programs.
One of the things I’m doing differently for this round of 21 Day Fix is holding myself highly accountable. Every Wednesday, I’ll be posting an update of how I’m doing and what I ate in each week. You can also follow along on Instagram
, where I’ll be making daily updates as well. This time, I’m being transparent and sharing my food intake, workouts, mistakes, and eventually results with you via the blog.
I’m planning on using the 21 Day Fix container program and shakeology to supplement my current workout program. I’m pretty good at staying active, but I’m not so good at holding myself accountable for what I eat. The goal is to change that!
If you have any questions or interest in the 21 Day Fix program, please feel free to email me! I do hope you’ll return next Wednesday and help keep me accountable for the choices I’m making!