Chloe Ting – Flat Belly Challenge.

Day 6 & 7 – Rest Day.

I had a bit of a blip day yesterday. Nutella and Ice cream, McDonalds Breakfast, KFC dinner. Oh I was fat yesterday and that is all I wanted yesterday. To basically do nothing and eat and eat and eat. In this, after I did the workout, I forgot to post in my weird obsessive need to eat and eat and eat. EAT. So this is what I did yesterday.

Warm Up.

For some reason when doing this warm up I get puffed out during the… Crap was it the inchworm up and down plank? I think it was that. It seems to puff me out quite quickly. Which I am not sure I understand. Then there is the sumo squat with shoulder dips. That makes me dizzy. Ha!


This was the fifth attempt at this video. I believe this is the video that I will be repeatedly doing during this challenge. So far this has been the staple video. Which I don’t mind, I quite enjoy this video, makes my abs burn and I can do it!

Full Body.

This melted me into a puddle of sweat. I was no longer a human body. I was so sweaty, and panting so much I nearly copped out and took extra five seconds of rest between each exercise. I didn’t, but oh wow, I could barely breathe. And because the weather was so warm yesterday it just made it more unbearable. I just know, at some point, This video will be paired with the hiit video I did the day before. Once this happens I will just die.

Lower Abs.

I was exhausted by this point. I remember thinking that I wasn’t sure I was going to make it through the whole thing. Thankfully this video was only ten minutes long. Nice, quick, and it made my abs burn.


My hip flexors were not happy yesterday. They are probably still not happy today but I can live with that. Since today is a rest day. However, because of how poorly I ate yesterday my stomach was horrendously upset. Due to this upset stomach I have decided to give my body a rest for twenty four hours. Which means no eating. After I had eaten so much. Since today is also a rest day it makes it easier to not eat for twenty four hours.

In my exercising, I think it is safe to say that you can’t out exercise a bad diet. But myself and my friend have outlined a strategy to stop us from eating poorly. Weekly check ins, honest report of how the week has gone, and penalties for anything we count as bad. Wish me luck.

Thank you so much for reading. Write again soon. Bye!