10min warm up + stretching
1min squats (with 8kgs)
1min rowing machine (14kg)
1min dumbbell chest press (with 6kg dumbbells)
10 shoulder press with 6kg dumbbells
10 swing with 10kg dumbbell
10 squat hold jump (he wanted me to do burpees , instead but I was like “hell no… next time”)
15 crunches at the hyper bench
15 hanging leg rises
20 min on the treadmill
How I liked it: It was nice. Not so intense, because I told him in the beginning I wasn’t so much in the right mood. But of course I worked my butt off again. :D Anyways, it was nice. We also talked about what I eat daily. He wasn’t so happy about it, and he gave me some recommendations. Also i decided that i’ll spend some money this month to buy some of the supplements he recommended (like protein powder, and sthg else, i forgot)
I feel like I should apologize for all the before and after photos but IM SO FUCKING PROUD OF MYSELF RN WHAT THE FUCK
do i have a crush on you or am i just lonely
do i like you or do i like that you like medo I like you or do I like the idea of you
do i want to be in a relationship or do i just want to prove that i’m worthy of one
are you flirting with me, or can i just not recognize when people are being nice to me
I finally found the way to not waste my time. - commit to things
I remember the past 6 months, which I spent abroad “studying” and partying and I hardly even found enough time to do only these two things… But finally I realized that I crave having some order in my life. A lot of my university colleagues there (everybody was foreign also) somehow managed to have a schedule , they managed to combine - studying, partying, working out, going to events, dancing lessons, other lessons… just about everything they usually do in their own countries. They were committed. And they knew how to manage their time.
I, on the other hand, spent time mostly, drinking, smoking, sleeping, and studying (besides going jogging twice and some travelling we did)… My problem has always been that I do nothing… i can literally spend hours sitting somewhere, on the PC usually, doing nothing, even when I know that in the exact same time I can do numerous other things.
What I decided when I came back, was to find things that will keep me busy. Like buying a gym membership, finding a job, going on more events, start going to side lessons. It’s a lot easier to manage time effectively now, since I know that I should do things and go places. Before I just didn’t have things to do, that is why I always felt bad for wasting my time.
That is silly. but i just recently realized that I have been lasting my time, just because I haven’t found things that I’d enjoy doing on a regular basis.