Still Alive!

Howdy, readers!

It’s been a while. My apologies!

It’s not that I’ve disappeared – or even that I haven’t had stuff going on. I tend to write about stuff that interests me, and in recent months, the main thing that has held my interest is politics – both UK and world wide. Given how contentious these subjects can be, particularly online, I just didn’t feel compelled to write about it here. There are many political blogs out there, and I have no intention of this becoming another one of those! Love it or hate it, I’m pretty sure that these are the most interesting times politically that I will see in my life time.

That said, I have been up to rather boring adult shenanigans – I’ve started decorating my new house, and I’ve decided to start my adventure into being fit once again.

I’ve started doing the Insanity workout. I’m on day 2, and I hurt. I suspect that this is going to prompt a series of blog posts which will generally query why I thought putting myself through this kind of torture is necessary. After one bout of a fitness test and the plyometric cardio circuit, I think I hurt in my everything. With any luck, when I get to the end of the 60 days, I may actually be brave enough to post before and after pictures. With further luck, the after picture will actually look better than the before picture.

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6 thoughts on “Still Alive!

  1. Starting with Insanity is hard work, especially if you’ve been out of it for a while! Have you tried the 21 day fix? When I first started out on my fitness journey (some years back) I found the 21 Day fix to be the least intimidating and it was also very effective.

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    1. I haven’t tried that one – I have been doing the 30 Day Shred (sporadically, admittedly!), which I had hoped would be enough to ease into things. I’ve only done 2 days of Insanity, and my legs are killing me! The first few days of new exercise are a killer! I’ll be sure to check out 21 Day fix. Thanks!

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