Send help immediately!

My muscles have been destroyed and I can no longer walk like an abled human.

Well, I can – it just hurts so much when I do. I have completed the second day of my new weight-based workout programme and the first day of the new diet.

Let me be real here for a moment – when I started this, I knew both the diet and fitness would be hard but I genuinely thought the diet would be much much much harder. Turns out, the diet isn’t that bad but the workout regime is bloody brutal.

I’m not going to post my full diet chart up here because my trainer, Vishnu, draws up diet charts according to a person’s specific circumstances – this includes an evaluation of their body composition analysis, the goal in mind, previous medical history and conditions, fitness levels and dietary requirements. So unless we’re complete twinsies, my chart isn’t going to work for you – but I am going to be delightful and tell you what I ate everyday because the diet chart tells me what ingredients I can use but it’s up to me (and my mother) to get creative and whip up a masterpiece.

On today’s menu:

Breakfast

3 poached eggs and a spinach soup with a dash of salt and pepper.

Lunch

A repeat of the spinach soup from the morning coupled with butter fried paneer

I’m allowed a specified amount of butter with each meal! Isn’t that fabulous?

For those wondering, paneer is an Indian cheese rich in protein. It’s actually really easy to make so I’m going to try making it at some point over the next few weeks 😊

Before we skip on over the dinner, I had 150gm of fresh plain yoghurt after swimming with the little sis for 1.5 hours at the club. So refreshing in this heat!

Dinner

Green Eggs (and no ham, Sam-I-Am). Spinach puree and eggs whites scrambled and topped with paneer and a small 30gm serving of rice.

I’ll be adding the Green Eggs recipe to the blog shortly so stay tuned for that!

That’s first day of the Transformation Challenge done ✅ Stay tuned for the other 362789 days to go

See Day 2 of my Transformation Challenge.