Last week I got food poisoning! Ugh! So most of my goals went down the drain. I also did not do my Pilates every morning for my Pilates course, but my inner core muscles were certainly getting a workout (need I say more – not nice).
On a positive note I didn’t stress about not getting them done. I also got to watch a lot of Wimbledon, so really I couldn’t have picked a better week! I also reflected on recent goals I had set myself, such as the mile a day month I started in Australia, but had to stop two weeks in because of my knee! I wrote here about my fear it would not hold up when I set myself some new FitnessFreak goals!
This week’s goals
This week I am hoping to get organised to start a 30 day Elimination Diet. I am still deciding which to follow. If you have any suggestions, recommendations or advice I would love to hear from you! I am nervous writing this up because it is going to make me accountable. I am not good at following tough dietary regimes. In Australia however I spoke with a nutritionist who gave me some really good reading around the links between diet, inflammed joints and migraines. So I am going to give this a go. I am very fed up with falling of the Fitness wheel too often because of a joint-issue that just doesn’t go away.
I will do my daily Pilates as the second half of my Pilates Instructor Course continues on Saturday,.
Next week I will revisit my fitness goals. But I must remember one thing at a time – I think I will make this my motto this week:
Do everything really well – just do them one at a time!
Can you recommend any sites or resources or programs or experiences of Elimination Diets? I would love to hear from you!