5/30/2017

MY POST-NATAL FITNESS/WEIGHT LOSS STRUGGLES AND VICTORIES!

Hello Fitfam! It's been a while I blogged. I have been meaning to share a post-natal weight loss update with you. Getting myself to write these days is a major challenge. I do love writing however and should try to create time to write more . The picture collage below was done in February, the picture on the left was taken eight months post and the one on the right was six weeks post. I am currently more toned and trimmer, but that would be shared in another post.


At six weeks post, when the picture on the right was taken, I had just been cleared by my doctor to resume exercising.

FFC VIDEO: MERENGUE ZUMBA FITNESS ROUTINE

Easy to follow Merengue Zumba Fitness routine. Choreographed by me.

3/14/2017

TUMERIC TEA...MY LATEST BEVERAGE CRAZE!

I was scrolling through my Instagram feed some weeks ago and came across a yummy looking drink, I read the caption and was intrigued to discover that it was turmeric tea! "Turmeric Tea", I thought, "who drinks that!", my thoughts lingered on. I did know however that turmeric has loads of health benefits, and its benefits spurred me on to try out this new discovery. The end result, it was delicious and I have had a glass of turmeric tea every other day since then and I totally recommend it. Before I give you the recipe, let me state this:

1/19/2017

SNAPSHOTS FROM MY ZUMBA TRIAL CLASS ON JANUARY 14 2017

I recently had a trial class at a new gym in the Lekki-Ikate axis. It was great fun and I am slowly getting back my groove. Here are some pictures from the class. To keep up to date with my classes, services and events, follow me on Instagram @fabilasfitness I tend to be most active on it.


1/08/2017

FIVE MUST HAVE INGREDIENTS FOR SURVIVING THE HARMATTAN FLU

Happy New Year 2017 and welcome to my first post of the year! I do hope you had a restful holidays and are positive about the rest of the year! If you are reading this and wondering what harmattan is, then I take it that you are not familiar with the Nigerian/West Africa weather conditions. Harmattan season usually occurs from early December to Late February. It is characterized by dry and dusty wind blown from the Sahara desert over West Africa. Depending on its severity breathing can be quite difficult during this season, sometimes causing blisters in the nostrils. Since the start of this years harmattan, I have been down with a cough and common cold, both conditions are viral during this season. When I developed a cough I had immediately walked in to a pharmacy to pick up some cough syrup (which I ended up using once) as I did not want my baby to contract it. The pharmacist had recommended that I buy some antibiotics (Antibiotics are given liberally in Nigeria) and I probably would have bought it if not for its high price tag. I thought to myself "No thank you, I'll go look for some home remedies to make me well!" I did just that and after doing some research and seeking advice from my dad, I found the following five ingredients life saving:
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