Been meaning to do one of these for a while, but never got around to it. Anyway, here I will be logging my weekly/daily fitness routines or attempts.... Exercise So for the last few days, I have been trying to get over a horrid cold/lurgy type thing and it has been a bit of a struggle to get going, but I kicked myself in the ass and got out there anyway. Starting Wednesday, I attempted to get back into training by doing a bit 10 minutes of skipping, an hour of bag work and a little bit of shadow boxing. I also did about 30 pushups and 50 fast (explosive) deep squats as auxiliary training later that night. I also did a few minutes horse stance. Yesterday, I did around 50 pushups on my knuckles for conditioning, in two sets. I did 50 side to sides with my 4kg medicine ball with legs elevated (these hit your core big time!) and 10 minutes shadow boxing. I then went for a good hour training session with about 20 minutes dedicated to skipping and the 40 to bag work (heavy bag and floor to ceiling ball). I also did 50 fast deep squats and a few minutes horse stance, but my legs were knackered from the squats yesterday/today. Today I had an hour and a half or so session on the bags, with about 20/3o minutes skipping in seperate intervals and I haven't done any squats or sit ups, may let my quads recover as they're aching quite a bit. I also seemed to breath a lot clearer today after a long session, but this chesty throat lurgy doesn't seem to have yet passed. Diet This area is under construction. I have been a little easy on myself when it comes to diet, mostly I won't eat until around lunch time or later, so I get a mini fast in with not eating throughout the night and I feel like I have better training sessions when I exercise during this period before I eat. Maybe the lack of food adds aggression so I can smash those punch bags harder? Anyway, I haven't had any smoothies for a good while, I need to get back on these! Also I have been eating a fair amount of sweets and junk food, but fortunately my metabolism remains high, so I tend to burn off most of the calories I consume. The most healthy things I have been eating is Subway sandwiches on a dinner time, so I really need to get my healthy diet back on track, but for me fitness has always come before diet.