The festive season is over, a long holiday has been enjoyed consisting of family, wine, food and love. Funnily enough I do not want it to be over, even though I prefer having a routine in my life. But there’s something about Christmas that I feel like it’s the only time a year you don’t have any worries or concerns. If you eat cake for breakfast it doesn’t matter, if you spend over 2 weeks drinking, it doesn’t matter. Because its Christmas, it’s the time to enjoy and relax. I havent been in the gym for nearly 3 weeks! Not by choice, but the first weeks of December I got a bad cold, and unlucky for me it kept coming back. Then I went to Norway spending it mostly at my dads ski cabin, where a trip to the gym is pretty much impossible. But hey, its okay to take some time off and enjoy yourself. As they say, it’s not what you eat between Christmas and New Year. It’s what you eat between New Years and Christmas.
Surprisingly though, the scale have not even moved 1 kg up. Probably lost a bit of muscle mass, considering I spent most of my days laying on the couch with a glass of wine in my hand.
After the Ketogenic diet I felt amazing about my body, I got a six-pack for Christmas (and lost it over Christmas). I think dieting in a way before Christmas was a smart idea. If you follow me on Facebook I said that I was going to put up the summary about the Ketogenic diet a few weeks back. It was just in the middle of exams and my bloody cold, so I down prioritized that. My apologies. The next blog post will be the summary about the Ketogenic diet.
Leaving you with a few snap shots of my Christmas this year.