I love the idea of being healthy. I stalk paleo Instagram pages with fervour, am randomly buying recipe e-books like “Eat Drink Paleo” and “I quit sugar“, have followed “The Natural Nutritionist” for quite some time and am forever on the hunt for “healthy” recipes which have no more than 3 ingredients and taste like a culinary masterpiece. Health. See. I’m all over it.
In the spirit of my constant search for healthiness, I took myself off to a “Strength & Conditioning” class at The Tuf Club this morning. It was taken by a chap called Nigel. Post class I confided in Nigel my desire to be “toned” by Christmas, thereby looking good in my bikinis that I will no doubt be purchasing between now and then. Nigel, in all his wisdom, advised that a lot of it was what you eat. Fine fine, I assured him I would take care of the eating situation. He recommended heading home immediately to partake in some form of protein smoothie to take advantage of all the “strength” and “conditioning” I had just undergone.