TRANSFORMATION. This is my transformation over the course of 1 year. The first picture was after I first lost weight from 235lbs to 198lbs. I’ve gained crazy strength on the way and put on some size on my arms. -
I’m still working on getting bigger and stronger. Still have high goals to reach and go farther in my fitness chapter. -
More transformation pictures to come
First workout with the blue hair!!! Hahaha! Got a week of full body workouts ahead and it’s actually really fun! I’m loving how much my workouts have been with @efitmama ‘s challenge. I’m doing new exercises, new pacing, variations on other moves, etc. it’s bringing so much freshness to my workouts that I actually look forward to them!
“Not the hero we deserved, but the hero we needed”
First day of swim training! It was tough but I think I’ll be able to get better after more practice. Felt great getting out there and doing it. Thanks @jeffmillet_1 for the tips!!!
[email protected]$k Monday🧠 : Today everything we do is in excess. We eat excessively, drink excessively, we even BREATHE in excess. (The average person breathes enough for 2 people’s lungs to function). What would happen if you lost all your worldly possessions tomorrow? I’ll tell you, you’d still be alive. Well what’s the problem with excess? The problem is you are comfortable. And when you’re comfortable you are STUCK. If I ask somebody who comes to me for weight loss why they can’t lose weight they might say this reason or that. But the real reason is they are COMFORTABLE. Losing that weight will require some sort of discomfort, whether it be physical or emotional, that they aren’t ready to face. If you ask someone why they didn’t start that business? They weren’t willing to be uncomfortable. If you take a yoga class and the teacher asks you to hold a position for 5 minutes it’s not because they hate you. It’s because we as human beings grow from persevering in the face of discomfort. The next time you shrug off doing something (or maybe you’ve done this recently), ask yourself is it really because you didn’t have time or money? Or were you to scared to take the risk, to scared to give something up and get uncomfortable? It’s okay to be scared, that’s discomfort and if you face it you’ll grow. 🙏🏼
Last night I dreamt I died...
Then, in that same dream, I came back to life.
Waking up.... It made me think how at times we act like we have forever to live...
Just looking at all my pictures I took surprises me how far I came😲
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Did you catch this on my story too?🤪 I trained back and biceps today and it felt great! Smolov has me drained mentally and physically so my workouts have been dragging honestly ☹️ But I’m sure if I kept up with eating more frequently throughout my days I would be fine! (I gotta get on that🤫) Tomorrow starts week 5 day 1 and I’ll be squatting 4x9 @ 70% plus 15lbs so I’m looking forward to that. I’ve been seeing some great results in my quads and glutes so I’m going to push through and keep killing this program. Now I’m going to sit in the shower and let this hot water take over my muscles 🤣 goodnight ✌🏼 #gymlife#smolov#squats#glutes#girlswholift#happy#inthezone#fitfam
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Whether you've eaten the wrong thing, eaten too much or are feeling stressed, we all experience digestive problems.When you're gut is off, your whole day can follow suit.
Yoga asana offers several postures that help cleanse, stimulate, aid, and encourage good digestive function. It's best not to practice yoga right after a meal, but if you're feeling any kind of bloating, gas, or indigestion a few hours after a meal or the morning after.
Use these yoga poses for digestion to regulate your bowels and decrease bloat.