Week two (rid the tid)
The girls have completed week two of their Rid the Tid challenge! This is often the hardest week as they will start to miss all the sweet things they've had to give up. Here's their individual update this week:
Nush says, "Had a couple of naughty slip ups over the Easter weekend; a slice of cheese and onion pie on Saturday (it was only small!) Then desert on the Sunday ... During last week it would have been rude to say no to my mates mum so some authentic Bengali cuisine, Other than that I am focusing on eating healthy n can feel that my abdominal area is slightly firmer than before I can definitely feel that my limbs are more toned because of the gain in muscle :)
Sadaf says, " Well week two has been ok but since it was the Easter weekend, I had a slip up :-( lol I had halloumi cheese and 1 ferrero rocher. Hopefully week 3 should be better."
Sally says, " It was Easter! I didn't have an Easter egg but did slip up during a couple of meals. Generally I have been ok though and not finding it too tough. Hopefully by week three I should really
week one (rid the tid)
The Rid the Tid girls are one week into their six week challenge and so far are largely staying on the wagon.
Here's how they've found it so far..
Nush says, "I have had withdrawal symptoms from Not having my daily dose of dairy milk nutty caramel n Oreo. I had a tiny slip up Monday night, had a tiny slice of birthday cake! I feel focused on getting my energy levels up n getting rid of my abdominal fat. I am particularly enjoying having a spoon of the extra Virgin coconut oil and some Greek yoghurt in the morning before work :)
Sadaf says, "Week one has been difficult as I have eliminated junk food and sugar in general. I have however managed to keep on top of it and hopefully should see some results soon :)"
Sally say, " I have been going well and kept to most things on the plan. I had a little curry one day with my family which was a cheat. Bring on week two!"
Rid the TID Challenge
It's week one of the Rid the Tid challenge! In conjuction with BBC Radio Manchester and Lancashire's Indus programme, Bhangracise is challenging three volunteers to get fit in just six weeks!
Nush, Sudaf and Sally from our Manchester class have started our nutrition plan along with their regular Bhangracise classes and are hoping to show big results in just six weeks! The picture on the left is when instructor Rajeev Gupta tested it out. Those are his results in just six weeks of bhangracise and nutrition. Stay tuned to our blog for updates on our challengers.
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