K-Pop Work Out Challenge- 1 Week Later

Last week, I decided to take the K-Pop Workout challenge with many changes to my own dietary habits.  I started out being 165 pounds. I checked the scale just now and I am 160.2 pounds! I’m really happy with the results. It wasn’t really easy-especially with the major changes in my dietary habits, but it was incredibly worth it.

Eating slowly

There was a day that I did go over my calorie budget for the week (which was about 1,489), but I only went over by 100 calories which you can easily burn off by walking. I also got a bit depressed on the last two or three days of the week, but I didn’t want to let that stop me from doing the challenge.

So much good food… I have to hold back.

I was incredibly shocked after I realized how much I would eat on a daily basis before doing this challenge. I would eat double the servings of every meal and snack which makes me wonder how I wasn’t morbidly obese before this week. My body was also in excruciating amounts of pain when I started off-mostly because I haven’t really done a full-on work out in months; maybe even a year.

Me after every workout

After last week, I am watching what I eat and I’m trying to put in more time to meditate as a means of helping me with my depression and just putting more time for myself in general. I did notice that I was making more time for myself during this past week and it made me feel a lot better-especially since I wouldn’t really do much for myself beforehand. After last week, I am also going to make time to work out, maybe not as intense as the K-pop Workout, but alternating between certain areas of my body and stretching out as well. Anyways, I hope you all enjoyed this mini-update post. Until next time, keep your paws and bowls of ramen up everyone! Nya! 🐾

No, I didn’t binge eat after the week, but after a week of not eating much junk food, eating something like a burger overwhelmed my taste buds.

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