My experience with the Six Pack Revolution

Howdy,, how are you? I hope you’re well and cosy. This blog post is about my experience with the Six Pack Revolution. A 75 diet and exercise program, to try and get you a six-pack.. The one thing that I’ve desired since losing my fluid blockage weight.

For six months, I’ve been doing my best to get a six-pack. Because of my fatigue, I sometimes do half of the exercise in the morning and half in the afternoon. And because of my dizzy spells, I do some alternates of the exercises that are given. The first wave consists of exercises that use battle ropes. The sculpt wave consists of exercises that use a kettlebell. That includes exercise and diet. I completed the signature wave back in March and I’m about to finish the sculpt wave. Here’s what happened to me.

My eczema flared back up

Unfortunately due to my allergies and my strict diet, my eczema flared up. I was told to put some buckwheat into my porridge. So I started off by adding a gram to my porridge. Which caused a reaction in my body.

I stop taking my iron tablet

At the start of the year, I was taking Iron tablets. But earlier this year, I had a phone call from my GP, telling me I no longer need to take the iron tablet.

I’m taking fewer naps

This time last year, I was taking 3 to 4 naps a day. One, after breakfast, another after lunch, another after my snack and sometimes after my dinner. Now, I’m taking fewer naps a day. I do sometimes take an extra nap but the majority of the time, I’m taking 2.

I’m a lot lighter than before

Before starting, I weighed in at 74kg, which was my weight before my diagnosis.  At the end of the first wave, I weighed in at 67kg which is over 7kg. Which is quite impressive. Because we are not allowed to weigh ourselves, I have no idea how much I weigh now.

After I finished the first wave, Scott, the founder of the Six Pack Revolution, said that to keep the body that you have gained, you have to go back to your normal diet, twice a week, and keep up with the exercise. 

My plan after my current wave is to keep up with the diet 6 days a week and keep up with my daily exercise and when it comes to exercising 3 times a week, I’m going to alternate between battle ropes, kettlebells and my treadmill. Because one of my goals from New Year’s Eve was to complete a virtual 5k.

That’s it for now. Once again, I just want to thank a few people. Firstly, I would like to thank my mum, dad, sister, and my Naughty Mamaji, for being by my side, throughout everything. I would like to thank everyone from BTS for sharing this with the community. I would like to thank Kanika, Shirley, and everyone at Carers Trust for giving me the confidence to share my story and I would like to thank Joe for motivating me to get back on the horse. And I would like to thank everyone at the hospital, my family and friends, and everyone I’ve met on this journey.

Next time, I’m going to talk about 2023 – Q3 in review.  Please feel free to leave a comment and as always, if you buy something from Amazon, through the blog, or click on an advert, 100% of the money that I get goes to charity.

Thanks and take care