To keep you on track over the holidays I’ve created an Easter Egg workout…. or four for you to burn off those calories!
As a Personal Trainer I am a HUGE believer in everything in moderation and enjoying life! Unless you plan on cutting out chocolate for the rest of your life (like seriously, as if!) then you need to learn to find a healthy balance of working out and enjoy the foods that you love!
To help keep you on track (and not blow out too much hehe) I’ve put together some workouts based on your favourite eggs to burn off those sneaky calories!
Easter Egg workout – 3 solid eggs or 1 Darrel Lee egg
I’ll start out with a nicer one that’s not too shocking … please note the OR…. it’s not all of the eggs hehe 😛
Easter Egg workout – 1/2 a cadbury crunchie bunny
Holy Moly, this one is an eye opener! In a full Crunchie Bunny (170g) there are 891 calories
That’s around 90 minutes of NON STOP work at a high intensity… eek!
And I want to stress again, I’m not saying don’t enjoy it or avoid it. It’s be mindful! I know how easy it is to have a piece, and then another, and then another… and hey where did it all go?? That’s a whole lot of calories to burn off for mindless eating if you ask me
This workout is a bit of a burner. It’s either 2 rounds at 90 seconds or you could do 3 rounds for a minute each…
And wanted to highlight again, this is only to burn off HALF A BUNNY! If you want to eat the whole thing do it 4 times through at 90 seconds
Easter Egg workout – 1 caramel OR 1 creme egg
If you feel like you need to move your body and get your heart rate up after a couple of days of indulgence, this is the perfect workout for you
Really straight forward, 1 minute each and twice through.
As always, listen to your body and if you have any questions about any of the exercises let me know!
Easter Egg workout – 1/2 of a lindt bunny
The last workout for the Easter holidays. This is for HALF a bunny
Oh and in case you are wondering, the dark version has 514 calories.
Yes the dairy one has more sugar per serve compared to the dark, however the overall calories are very close.
I guess the point I am trying to make is it’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking you’re ‘being healthy’ or ‘making a better choice’ because marketers tell us that. However it’s not always the case.
It’s why I’m a huge believer in being aware and educating yourself, and also choosing what you really want to enjoy rather than what you ‘think you should have’. Of course that’s in moderation