I've never wanted to be a face for creating stress about females bodies. Neither turn this blog into a health forum or an atmosphere with diets and information about how to become skinner or anything in that direction. I think all types of female bodies are beautiful if they look healthy and happy. Curves are mind-blowing but so are thin, long legs. Small breast can be ever so elegant under a loose fitted evening dress just as much asa fuller decolltage can be so beautiful in a bikini. Conclusion is that most people have something beautiful and perfection is impossible to strive for and will drive the most healthy brain insane after a while. Food is what build us and food should be eaten. The best way to be able to eat whatever you want in normal portions, is to exercise in combination.
I've gone through two pregnancies within three years and on top of that I'm turning 35 years old next time (!!!). I took a decision a while back and made my mind clear on how I will make sure to look like in 20 years - and to be able to reach that life long goal, i needed to start now.
All of you who followed me for all these years that I've been blogging, know that I prefer home training instead of going somewhere and I still have my very loyal companion mr: Orbitreck which is now placed in our sauna/training room with some weights and a yoga carpet. Some days back, when Lady A came into our life, I decided to Orbitreck about 2-3 times per week, 20-25 min per time so it don't feel too exhausted and big and also lift some weights after. But some things, needs to be done away from home.
The thing that I've been most eager to start with and that needs personal expertise from the beginning to get it right - is Pilates.
Pilates seems to be the secret behind all beautiful bodies and I'm determent to stay healthy with curves on the right places and create long and slim muscles and a elastic and strong body. So I just bought a year card from the Pilates place in Stockholm (HERE) that has the best reputation and also booked me in on 6 (maybe more in the end) personal training sessions.
Pilates is about the small movements and it's almost impossible to just start without a little guidance in the beginning. It's possible to get a "start-class" in group training also, but I feel like a clumsy hippopotamus and really want become an expert in Pilates, so i figured it was best to get the best from the beginning. I have a feeling I will get out so much more from my Pilates exercise by doing so.
I think you are many women/men/mothers out there who just like me, are eager to get back in their own shape and that want to start Pilates but just haven't got their bump out there yes - so I figure I will make this my lifestyle and my blog is part of just that, so voila!
From now on, I will let you all follow my new life and the starting year of Pilates! I will take photos on my progress, write about it and just indulge myself (and you) in this, for me, very new life long mission.
My goal is to be a Pilates super woman!
I took my first private session this Monday, and today (when I finally can walk normal again) it's time for my second. I'm so thrilled and so excited. I want my bump back up, my legs filled with slim and strong muscles, get my body-posture back (hållning) that looks like a cheese doodle after carrying my children (and sit on the floor and play). And, just to feel energetic and strong again!
Hope you will enjoy!