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Insanity Diary

I have been in so many weight loss journey. The successful one would be back in 2013 where I lost almost 10kg in less than 6 months with these following parameters:

  1. I was single. Dating yes, but not married.
  2. I spent almost all of my money for gym membership, workout clothes, medicine (yes, my knees were dead busted thanks to the strenuous workout), healthy food (you know, avocados, protein shake etc. are expensive!), and of course bootcamp membership. But trust me, I regret not a single cent of these. It was all truly worth it!
  3. Time. I spent most of the time after work (and even during lunch time) working out. Gym was close to my house. Back then I went to Celebrity Fitness Subang Jaya and Bangsar Village and I went for KLCC PM bootcamp by Original Bootcamp where I was working.
  4. I even spent my time working out at the gym during ramadhan. 1 hour before breaking fast.

Crazy shit. But I had nothing to lose back then.  It was just me, myself and I. I can be selfish not to cook or clean and just went home and sleep, you get what I mean?

Over the years, after getting married around 1 year plus ago, I started slacking out. Actually it was few months before my marriage, due to the Carpal Tunnel release I did to my right palm. It hindered me from doing all the workout, or at least slowed down the process. It was so painful post operation. So, you slack off a week or two, then you started slacking off and finally, you stopped altogether.

I gained back the weight. I love eating but I did not workout enough to burn the food. The weight gain coupled with post wedding weight gain, work, having a husband (well, don’t get me wrong, having a husband meaning I can’t be all selfish and just crash into my bed post workout) and a house etc. brought me to this disastrous number on the scale that bombed me out.

But it’s not that I stopped trying. I did resumed back my bootcamp, jog around the neighbourhood (which when it rains, I got a bit demotivated), I did home workout, Kayla itsines, yoga, weight etc. But the problem was consistency!

You can have all the equipments, guides in the world but if you are not consistent enough, it will not work. Or it will but the progress will be slow. And I came to realize this went I was going through what I did during my weight loss before and now. What was different? What did I do differently? So the key now is the replicate the values and intensity and do it better this time !

This time around I am undergoing Insanity 60-day total body conditioning program.

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I am now on Week 2 of Insanity. I will be posting on my experience undergoing this program. Posting it online ensures my commitment to complete this program whether I like it or not (to save me from public humiliation? haha).

Wish me luck!

Weekend outing

So after 3 weeks of not seeing my husband, I finally managed to pay him a visit over the weekend. Hubs’ reactor in the lab exploded (well, that’s a layman term of some sort of technical malfunction) that he let it sit aside for a while before attending to it. Yeay to the wife, finally I get to spend some time with him. I think God understands too and decided to give my husband a break. Poor guy’s been working like mad for his Phd.

On Sunday, after the sumptuous lunch (Sambal belacan and tempoyak was involved) , we decided to pay a visit to the “haunted” Kellie’s Castle. Scorching hot but the view was splendid and of course I love the old architecture! Here are some of the pictures for you :)

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The remnants of the Kellas House, the first house that William Kellie built before he built Kellie’s castle. Kellas house was just behind Kellie’s castle. IMG_2260 IMG_2270 IMG_2287

 here we are at the top of Kellie’s Castle

IMG_2293All pictures were taken from my trusty iphone 5. My hubs took great shots of me and for our picture, we had to improvise and make use of the camera timer and front camera a.k.a selfie! :)

Love and light,

Yours truly xx