Wednesday, October 11, 2006

My Fitness Challenge!

Went to gym tonight and after 30 minutes of cardio exercise and another 20 or so of weights training, I suddenly had the urge to have a proper fitness regime that could see results!

Had been considering personal training in the past but due to time and cost factor, I had just been working out on my own and although I feel a bit fitter I know I'm not achieving enough

But soon, I would have no work hours to observe - my time will be flexible in the next two months at least! Oh, speaking of that, I just did a mental countdown - 10 more working days to go!! :D

So I did it! I signed up for personal training! (here are some of the benefits of having a personal trainer)

I was recommended the six week/ 12 sessions to start with. Two guided sessions a week with tailored program to achieve my targets - which is basically to increase fitness AND to lose fat! There will also be nutritional advice and fitness/fat analysis etc...

I plan to start during the festive time when work load had waned off..

Well, it's not cheap but not something I couldn't afford. I decided it's a worthwhile investment, even if I don't lose much weight at least I will build muscles and be fitter! It sure beats signing up for slimming treatments, which I had done before and it's all in vain now.. :(

I'm quite excited and am determined to go through with it!

5 comments:

hl said...

aiyo but festive season means you'll be eating away while you do ur personal training.

jesscet said...

plan to finish training by my b'day and then there's monthly follow-up (free)- that's why its more important to do it now - and get atuned to a new eating routine too

hey, u should be happy for the determination of one who's never exercised for the whole adult life till three years ago! (but again its not the same la) :p

(anyway, it's much much cheaper than any slimming course i signed up before!)

Chipmunkrock said...

agree.please don't waste anymore $$ on those slimming programs!new look for new age?

jesscet said...

i won't again! it's a lazy and non-permanent, not mentioning expensive way to lose fat.

Yep, hopefully feel and look better when i turn 3- hehe.. ;)

adrian C said...

personal training is ok but remember the main push must come from yourself k? you'll do well.