Not only are we closer to the kitchen and sitting way more (soz, daily step count), being house-bound hugely impacts how much incidental exercise we're getting.
“I have been eating less healthy/ more than usual and that’s ok. I have still been doing my KIC workout most days - for my mind and to give me energy,” she continued. “I promise you nothing bad will happen if our bodies aren’t exactly the same when this time is over!!”
Laura’s tip to get through this trying time? Give ourselves a break!
“Try to be careful with yourself with the pressure of any goals you set in this time,” she said. “Set goals such as - movement, cooking with more veggies (if you have access), drinking more water (things we can control). You don’t have to use this time to lose weight or drop a dress size (if you want to that’s fine) but it’s a stressful, unknown and hard time for everyone and it’s important to remember that ❤️”
Btw, she realises this is easier said than done - after all, she's living it too. “All will be back to normal soon enough… but try not to sweat the small stuff so much during this time. I am grateful for my health, my family, having a home, the ability to move my body and it doesn’t matter what the number on the scales says ❤️”
Words to live by, Laura.