i am 33 fem with 3 children. they are still quite small 7,5 and 20 mos old , so i don't have the time to do much
but i try to walk about everywhere, i can't afford the gym but i climb 2 flights of stairs 5-7 times as added
exercise and just started doing a little bit of exercise bike.
my question is this: can you give me anymore guidance as to what else i can try??
i am not overweight but i would love to firm up.
also i love love dark chocolate but i eat the sugarfree kind .
It sounds like you've made an excellent start. Try to work your way up to 30 mins 5 times a week. Walking and stairs are great for exercise. How about adding some vigorous dancing with your little ones, kicking a ball around with them, running around a play area while they play on the swings/slides (maybe with the little one in a buggy). 5 minutes here and there adds up. If you can leave someone else with them for half an hour then a run/jog is a good efficient way to exercise I've found plus it gives you time to be on your own and think about some things in a fresh way.
With that exercise you have to also plan a neat diet chart! Eating chocolate with sugar free is a good idea. Eat enough of proteins, complex carbohydrates, required lowered fat intake with a balance of vitamins and minerals. The calorie intake should be just sufficient for your age, height and weight. Calculate your BMI and go ahead as PUM advised. Take care!
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