Hey guys! Hope you were able to spend time with your family and friends this past Easter weekend, and were able to reflect on the precious day.
So you may have noticed that the blog is different with a new, crisp theme, and in honor of it, I am going to be starting to post more often throughout the week with captured moments from my day- to share with you a more personal glimpse into my daily life. Read More
Whether you’re new to lifting or have been doing it for awhile and feel like giving up because you aren’t seeing what you think you should be, I encourage you to hang in there because it takes time. Read More
I haven’t been posting like I originally anticipated and hoped, because this last semester of mine has been CRAZY! With the passing of each day, I am amazed (and also scared) of how fast each day flies by, mostly because I still have so much to get done before graduation. Agh! Read More
It’s Tuesday, which for me means leg day- with extra emphasis on building the glutes. If you’re like me, sometimes leg day can be draining, just thinking about your workout. Extra motivation is always helpful on these kinda days, which is why I decided to share this video by IAMBUILT. Read More
It’s been about two months since I last “checked” in, so here we go!
Only about a pound down from December, however, if you compare this post from my last current state post, you will notice I have achieved a little bit more definition (which to be honest, this picture is not the best depiction of, due to the grainy quality of the picture). Read More
Stretching and warming up your muscles are vital before lifting- especially when you’re doing legs. Problems will more than likely arise later down the road if you don’t take the time to properly warm up your muscles before diving into lifting. I can personally attest, and am regretful I didn’t consistently do it from the beginning. Let me tell you why. Read More
Abs. We all want them. We think if we do 100 crunches or 3 minutes of planks daily we will get them, right? Wrong.
Abs are not solely about how many exercises you do, but rather a matter of body fat. You may be able to do a ton of sit ups, but it won’t matter if you have fat covering your abs. You won’t be able to see them. Read More