I Challenged Myself To Do Chloe Ting’s Workouts For Two Months!

Hello Readers,

Where do I start?

So, I used to eat really unhealthy to the point that I ate 1-2 meals a day or I only snack on packets of pastries, biscuits, crisps and more😳.

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When it came to the exam season, I used to “reward myself” with junk food such as a takeaway after I finished hours of studying or when I finished my exams.

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My diet used to be based on high- carbohydrates and fats.

This old diet of mine started in late 2016 when I was in college.

 

When September came around, I started to realise that most of my clothes didn’t fit me anymore because it was too small and my mental health became worse over time.

When I realised that I was unfit, I had to change my eating habits and be active!

So, to start off, I decided to challenge myself to do Chloe Ting’s workouts, six times a week for 2 months!

Credit: Instagram

I did the two-week shred and the 30-day flat belly challenge!

Credit: Chloe ting.com

My target was to lose belly fat!

My 2 Month Journey

Week 1 and 2 was the worst because I always paused the workout video every two minutes to catch my breath.

I struggled to complete most workout videos especially doing four workouts in a day 😓

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week 3 and 4 was really good!

My metabolism changed and I started to eat three meals a day.

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Exercising became easier for me, however, I struggled to complete four workout videos whilst doing the two-week shred challenge.

Week 5 and 6

The 1st-semester of my university has started.

It was difficult for me to wake up earlier than usual to exercise and I wasn’t used to working out for 50 mins – an hour a day.

But working out in the morning made me more energetic during the day.

 

 

 

I saw Improvements in my eating habits.

Week 7 and 8

This week was the worst!

I’ve missed two workouts because I had to go to the hospital due to an allergic reaction underneath my right eye.

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Then, I got a cold on Friday and tried to workout without sneezing.

On Sunday,  I was excited because it was my last workout of the 2-month challenge, however, I didn’t think I tried hard enough to complete the difficult workouts such as the in and out and the burpees.

Since the 2-month challenge has ended, how do I feel overall?

To be honest, working out every day has made me feel more confident about myself than before.

Do I want to exercise again?

Yes,  I want to start a new exercise programme from Chloe Ting which is the 35 – day summer shed challenge.

Did I diet during 2-months?

I basically added more fruit and vegetables in my diet and made sure I didn’t overeat during meals.

Since I’m a university student who likes to save money, I usually plan my weekly meals through Pinterest and buy healthy foods that are affordable.

Did I lose weight?

I think I mostly lost weight on my stomach, back and arms!

Overall, I’ve dropped one clothing size in skirts and dresses.

Clothing size before the challenge: UK Size 12 / S – M in Primark clothes.

Clothing size after the challenge: UK size 10 / S – XS in Primark clothes.

The Results 

 Before photos

 The skirt I wore was very tight on me.

 

 I was drunk in the second photo😂

 After photos

Why did I set this challenge for myself? 

The actual reason I started this challenge is that my health mentally and physically back then wasn’t the best; I wanted to be active during the summer holidays but fear and laziness got the best of me and I ended up doing nothing.

 

Thanks for reading my 2-month health and fitness journey and I really appreciate sharing my progression on my blog.

Bye x.

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