My first week at the Gym : No pain no gain…so they say

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Gym Name: Fit4Less

My Gym Stuff : 

  • Basic running trainers
  • Shorts
  • T-shirt
  • AppleWatch

Well, this is an interesting venture for me, as normally you would find me horizontal watching Netflix.

So I decided to join the gym, as I wanted to tone up as being a food blogger is slowly taking its toll around the midsection…so I thought let’s get rid of it before it makes a full-time appearance.

Joining a gym is a scary experience as it’s new territory, and you start thinking what will everyone think when they see me.

To be honest, this is the feeling, but the reason the people inside the gym look at you really is just to see if they know you.

The gym I joined is my local gym, mostly due to its price and location as the ones in town for me are too costly…and if I did a pay as you go I wouldn’t keep it up so I opted for monthly payments.

Thoughts…

I managed to meet a nice PT there and he showed me around, and how to use some of the machines.

I then told him what I wanted to achieve during my time at the gym, so I looked around and followed his advice.

He told me to start with 3 sets of 10 on several machines for the first month, then after that every month increase the weight to the next step keeping 3 sets of 10.

For me this sounded good, as I knew I didn’t want to go all in and hurt myself then have a break and then not come back so this sounded good to me.

Overall…

So I won’t be showing a half-naked photo of me in my current body look, as it’s been done too many times with many different people but I will keep you posted on how I do…plus I don’t want to put you off your food.

For me the first week was good, granted at nights my upper body would be sore and waken me but no pain no gain right?

At home, I will be doing the weights and crunches, and the rest at the Gym. I have also made a few changed to my diet….a little. I will only have an alcoholic drink once a week max, and also no in-between snacks….also I have started to take water to replace any fizzy drinks.

Let’s see how this goes 🙂

SOHO (Craiova, Romania) : Review

Strada Alexandru Ioan Cuza
Craiova, Romania

V: 1st May 2018      T:  +40 741 537 918  W: www.facebook.com/SohoBarCraiova/

Child-Friendly: Yes (well-behaved kids)      Accepts: Cash & Card


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This was a random stop today, as I didnt really know about this place.

The Food…

We were meeting some friends for a catch-up, so it was a beer and pizza meeting (yes I’ve been having a lot of pizza this holiday).

Main Course

Quattro Formagi 24 Lei

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So far this holiday the pizza experience has been very mixed, so far one really good place and the others not so good so how was it here…..

So I took my first bite and hoped it was going to be good…

Finally another good pizza, I could taste the different cheese which is the way it should be.

Portion Size : 5
Flavour : 4.5
Presentation : 5
Value for Money : 5

Overall

Finally another good pizza place in Craiova, this would come second after Pizzeria Trevi for me.

I look forward to trying more items on my next visit.

Review Scores –

  • Atmosphere : 5
  • Staff : 5
  • Menu Choice : 5
  • Service : 5
  • Food : 5
  • Value for Money: 5
  • Overall : 5

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Food & Travel Interview with Kris Munro : Blogger Meets Blogger S1 Ep6

Blogger meets Blogger videos offer a closer view into the world of bloggers and bloggers. Kris Munro sits down with some of Glasgow’s bloggers for a light meal and drink, where he asks them questions about their blog, motivation, and more.

The opinions expressed in this interview are solely that of the blogger being interviewed and do not reflect the views or opinions of Kris Munro or the venue.