Keeping Fit with GymCube

I must confess, I have never been into exercise. Many years ago, I signed up with my local gym and ended up hardly ever going for a whole year. However, now as a busy mum, juggling 2 active toddlers, running a household and working from home, I need to be fit and healthy. I also need to be in the right state of mind. Regular exercise is great for my mental health. The adrenaline rush I get from exercising is like no other! So I know keeping fit is a must for me. So I was super excited when GymCube got in touch.

For those who have never heard of GymCube, it is an online community, providing support and motivation along with hundreds of relevant  resources needed to lose weight, increase fitness, gain strength and live a healthier, happier lifestyle. You get your very own online gym trainer with various exercise classes like Abs, Combat, Indoor Spin Cycling, Yoga, and so on. It is the coolest online fitness website ever!



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I have recently signed up with GymCube on their Strengthen and Define workout plan. My body weight is where I need it to be but I would love to work on increasing my energy levels. I sometimes find myself struggling to cope with my daily activities. Panting on the stairs is definitely not a good look. So I need to get that bit sorted, and thanks to GymCube, I will be getting fit. My target is to increase my strength levels and take my body to the next level in time for Christmas.


The Strengthen and Define Plan
  • Strength training exercise plan to help you get from regular to ripped in record time
  • Be able to complete with the best with your new and improved stronger fitter body
  • Diet guide (with optional supplement plan) to improve your physique and performance


I am seriously loving this fitness plan with GymCube. It ticks all the boxes for me and I feel like I am going to enjoy the journey. The GymCube website features 0ver 600 exercise videos, live online coaching and support, diet guidance and support groups for help, guidance, tips, tricks and advice from the community.





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Once I complete the Strengthen and Define workout plan, I will go on to follow the #GCLifestyle Guide. This is basically a real life, down to earth way of continuing my fitness journey. I see fitness as a journey with no destination. It is something I have to continue to work at everyday, so I remain fit and healthy.

I will be posting weekly updates on how I am getting on, here and on social media, so look out for my posts. I would love for you to join me in my fitness journey as well. Go have a look and sign up here to get started. There are 3 plan options –  Orange, Black and Platinum membership. So I am sure you will find the right plan for what you need. Do let me know how you get on.

Thanks for reading and cheers to the new week.


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WorkOut at Home

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To live a healthy lifestyle, you should not only have a healthy diet, you should also back it up with regular exercise. I have been working out every day, from the comfort of my home for awhile now and it has been brilliant so far. Although gyms are equipped with the state-of-the-art workout equipment, working out at home proves is a lot more convenient and cheaper, all I need to do is to go on YouTube and look up my favourite fitness channels; I am currently loving the Fitness Blender 37 minutes routine. Having my daughter in the background for moral support also helps. She joins me in my workout and actually encourages me to keep going when I am about to give up. Because I have just started the daily work-out routine, I find myself panting and struggling mid way, but when I hear ‘c’mon mummy’, and see her trying to get me up, it motivates me to finish off my routine!

As a busy mum, I find working out at home ideal for my lifestyle. I can work out in the mornings before the house wakes up, or in the evenings when the kids are in bed.  I can fit my workout sessions around my busy schedule without disturbing my regular routine.

I have been working-out from home for some days now, and these tips have helped me greatly:
1.    Have a specific time set aside to workout
If you care about your health and want to stay fit and in shape, then you need to exercise regularly. Treating exercise as a non-negotiable activity is like keeping an appointment with a client. You must not miss it. The best time to workout at home is in the morning as soon as you wake up as it helps you feel more energized and productive throughout the day. I try to work out everyday but if I can’t, I aim for at least 3 days a week, which is more ideal because your muscles will have more time to rest and heal.
2.    Have a purpose for exercising
To get fit you need to be committed to exercising regularly. Sometimes, (and I know it will happen) you’ll encounter days when you’ll feel like giving up. To keep you focused and motivated, have a purpose for working out. Do you want to have abs before the next summer? Do you want to be fit? Set it as a goal. Write your purpose out or pin it on your vision board so you remember why you need to work-out. Anytime you feel like giving up, go back to the vision board and keep going.
3.    Determine the type of exercises you’ll do
If you’re just starting off, following fitness videos can help you keep in shape. The trainer in fitness videos puts together a set of exercises that will help you tone, build muscle or burn fat in your body. Make sure you pick a video that will help meet your fitness goals. If losing weight is your goal then Popsugar’s 40-minute metabolism boosting workout is just for you. To sculpt you legs and body, BeFit’s legs and butt workout will do the trick. If you want to have washboard abs, then Blogilates’ 3-minute ab workout will be ideal. For those of you who are more into yoga’s meditative exercises, you can go for Tara Stiles’ Flexibility and Range of Motion video.


4.    Have your exercise items nearby
Having the items you use to workout, like your gym clothes – don’t forget your sport bra, thank me later, trainers and socks, water bottle, Fitbit, exercise or yoga mat and weights (if you’re going to use any), nearby sets your mind in the mood to start your fitness routine. They also act as reminders of your commitment to exercise. Keeping fit requires a lot of discipline so having your fitness gear on will help you remain focused and get you in the work-out mood.
5.    Get an exercise buddy
Exercising becomes easier when you know that you’re not doing it alone. Team up with a friend or family member who will keep you accountable. My daughter (lol) and my sister are my exercise buddies.

Your exercise buddy doesn’t have to come to your house to exercise with you. Sync your exercise routines then check on each other to share how far you’ve gone with your exercises.


Working out from home has changed my life. I feel better, I look better, and I don’t see myself ever going back to not working out regualrly ever again.

Do you work-out from home? How do you find it?

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