The following post is sponsored by Girls Gone Sporty on behalf of Michelle Bridges 12 Week Body Transformation. As always all opinions are my own.
So I have completed two weeks of Michelle Bridges 12 Week Body Transformation program and I’m pretty proud of myself that I have made it this far. As you may know I have a tendency to get lazy about things but I have been making a real effort to stay on track. That being said I have had a few times where the best decision wasn’t necessarily made like the chips and salsa and beer at a Friday night happy hour get together or skipping my workout yesterday (oops). I’m not letting this little slip ups stop me from jumping back on track. Everyday is a new opportunity and every meal is an opportunity to make a better decision.
One thing to note is I switched up my workout plan. Initially I had been on the beginner running program because based on my fit test I was just over the running time cut off to be an intermediate. I did that plan for a week but it just didn’t seem to be the right fit so I bumped it up to the intermediate plan and it has been going really well. The workouts in this program are diverse, challenging and hurt so good.
Let’s talk about food for a minute. This is the only challenge that I have really found with this program. I am vegan and while the program has vegan options or recipes that could be veganized there is still a very limited selection. I am still trying recipes out and there are a number of them that I really like, some that are meh and one or two I didn’t love. I plan to do a full review at the end but so far the workout plan is an enthusiastic two thumbs up and the meal plan is a okay, not bad not good. If you are an omnivore the menu plan seems to go over a little better and I would like to add that this is a preview of the program and the team behind Michelle Bridges 12WBT is working to improve things.
Until our next check in here are a few meals and workout photos from my journey.