July 18, 2015

Peanut butter banana smoothie

Here is my first attempt to make my peanut butter banana smoothie.

It's basically quite easy. 

Here's what you need:

Peanut butter

Milk, Dutch Lady product

2 pieces of bananas and some ice

Put it into the blender
  • 2 pieces of bananas
  • 2 scopes of peanut butter
  • 3 quarter of milk
  • some small ice

After cutting the 2 pieces of bananas into small pieces, I put some ice on top of it and put it into the freezer. 

After 15 minutes, I throw everything into the blender.

And within a few minutes, job's done!

Peanut butter banana smoothie!

July 11, 2015

Running, I'm Back!


I'm back to running and the feeling is great!

I have been running throughout the week except for my REST DAY where I meet up with some of my friends for dinner and played with Aaron's baby, Roy.

Anyway, today, I made an attempt to get back into long run.

No, I didn't managed to make a marathon or a half marathon either but I'm back to running, more than 10km. And I managed to make it 10km within an hour as well.

12.66km, it's been a while
It's just great to complete 80 minutes of run. The feeling is just awesome and I am ready to go for better records.

Fitbit also sent me a badge....I'm so damn proud of my hardwork. 

I got an Urban Boot badge as I've walked 15,000 steps. It's 3 times more than the national average according to Fitibit. I am aiming for 3 times fitter than the national average. 

It's a great feeling. 

July 08, 2015

Plank Exercise Challenge [Day 29]

It definitely took a lot of effort and discipline. 

It's Day 29. One more day before Day 30.

Here is a quick update on my progress for the past week.

Day 22 - 60 seconds, 3 sets

Day 23 - 60 seconds, 3 sets

Day 24 - 60 seconds, 3 sets

Day 25 - 60 seconds, 3 sets

Day 26 - 60 seconds (1 set only)

Day 27 - 60 seconds (1 set only)

Day 28 - 60 seconds (1 set only)

Day 29 - 60 seconds (1 set only)

The reason for the reduced sets and time on Day 26 onward is because of my focus. I'm back to running and workout. Have been consistently doing it for the last 4 days and thus reducing the load in my plank exercise challenge.

For those of you who feel that it's difficult to maintain the momentum, I suggest start going for 30 seconds on a daily basis. After 30 days only consider improving your timing. 

I think running, bodybuilding and plank exercise need to be done in a balanced manner. The most important is consistency. The progress to fitness is more like a marathon than a 100m race. 

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