^^ Thank you, thank you
I did see some videos from Mary Helen Bower, but they were the free preview ones and maybe that's why I didn't find them challenging. Probably the true program is much harder. Maybe I could give it another chance. When I did ballet I had good glutes (you know, squeezing then ALL the time ha).
Yes, nuts are great. If only almonds were cheaper in my country! We don't have a big variety of peanut butters, and there's no almond/cashew/whatever milk on the supermarkets. I make my own when I have time.
As regards osteoporosis, I did a study once which said that I had an incipient osteopenia. This is clearly due to the very low weight. Asides from this though, I don't have any other medical issue. My blood pressure, vitamins, minerals, etc. have always been fine. However, one thing that does happen to me constantly is that I pee whenever I do jumping motions (jumping rope, wide squat jumps). I've googled a bit about this and I know that it's frequent among females, but generally those that gave birth or are overweight. I clearly don't fit into any of these categories and I really don't know how to change it. I mean, the idea is not to avoid jumping for the rest of my life!
I can't download the Kindle app on this computer, if you happen to find a PDF or a link where I can download it, please send me a PM. I'm really looking forward to reading it
I can't remember Monday's workout very well, I just remember some parts:
Squats with ankle elevation 4 x 12
Chest press 4 x 12
Kettlebell swings 4 x 20 (low weight kettlebell)
Cable Row 3 x 10
Anyways I didn't have much time, it doesn't matter much.
Barbell lunges 4 x 12 each
Barbell hip-thrust 3 x 12 --> this one really hurt, but in the good way
Leg raises 3 x 30 each
V-ups 5 x 10
Triceps dip 3 x 10
Dumbbell curls 3 x 10
I may do something more today at evening.