For some couple of weeks ago i were at a workout session with a Neuropractor, and he went through some workout with foots. I really had not been thinking of working out the foots before, but he pointed out the importance of this.
So I will here show you some exercise you can do to strengthen your feet =)
So don’t forget your lovely feet, you need them!
GLUCOMETER -Your Bible!
Your first step on your journey into ketosis is to get yourself a glucose measure device. On the market you have a lot of different brands and quality, for example freestyle that my self is using. But look around your area and see what one you can get easiest.
You want to measure and LOG every result, everyday in the beginning. Measure directly when you go up in the morning (fasting glucose) and measure before every meal during the day and 1- 1 1/2 hour after food.
The goal you want to reach is below 4,4 mmol/L (European) and 79 mg/dL (U.S) during the day, and you don’t want to have a huge rise after food. A couple of units its okay to rise but not like one whole unit from 4,4 to 5,4 mmol/L.
And don’t forget to journal your results.
I have created a spread sheet for you if you want to have a document to fill in all your numbers in. Press HERE to download it.
Hi lovely People!
I have to say that I have created really really good habits for working out. Im so proud of my self of going to the gym and have been blessed not to be sick in a really long time. Tho I have been doing Time Under Tension sens (January!) until 2-3 weeks ago, when I started to implicate some HIT training again in my workout. I feel so much stronger then I have ever felt! One word: Amazing!
I really need to thank the Ketogenic lifestyle for that!
I have gained a lot of weight, YES I have, and sure I feel really stressed about it, but i really should be focusing on the strength I have built. Its SO big different in energy level and how I feel so i say to my self that i need to focus on that.
What is your biggest struggle? What is your goal?