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- If you don't read, you cannot recognize the knots that tighten you up. Reading sets you free. #healthy #muscle #padraoplaisant #relaxaqueeutenhoumplano #instafit #academiaoveral #protein #determination #fitlife #bjj #liftheavy #gym #strong #aesthetic #eatclean #healthychoices #fitnessjouney #fitnessmotivation #fitlifestile #jiujitsu #musclegrowth #bodybuilder #findyourgoal #motivation #brazilianjiujitsu #zenithpr #esmagaquecresce #pensecomoatleta #strongmindset #zenithjiujitsu
- If you don't read, you cannot recognize the knots that tighten you up. Reading sets you free. #healthy #muscle #padraoplaisant #relaxaqueeutenhoumplano #instafit #academiaoveral #protein #determination #fitlife #bjj #liftheavy #gym #strong #aesthetic #eatclean #healthychoices #fitnessjouney #fitnessmotivation #fitlifestile #jiujitsu #musclegrowth #bodybuilder #findyourgoal #motivation #brazilianjiujitsu #zenithpr #esmagaquecresce #pensecomoatleta #strongmindset #zenithjiujitsu
- So... it's summer and I've wanted to maintain a lean physique bc...it's summer! #Yassss 😎🥂☀️ But now I'm at a point where I feel I may have sacrificed my muscle growth. I'm not eating as much as I should and I'm not feeling like my muscles are full. I'm at a point where it's time to switch gears and focus not so much on being near stage lean, but to focus on the goals that are going to create a better physique. Because I DO have goals for how I want to look, and how I want to look on stage the next time I compete. No, this doesn't mean I'm going to "bulk" (every fit chick's excuse to eat like garbage between show dates). This means I'm going to slowly add food in and adjust my meals and MAKE SURE I'm fueling my body for muscle growth and health. Make sure I'm feeding my body correctly. It's so easy to get lost in wanting to be your leanest, but frankly that's not always the healthiest option for long periods of time. Here's to Food 🍔, building those Shoulders, and those Booty hams!! 😆🤙🏼🤘🏼🙋🏼 Just sharing my current fitness journey... because the journey never ends guys... we are all constantly on a journey to our next goal.
- So... it& #39;s summer and I& #39;ve wanted to maintain a lean physique bc...it& #39;s summer! #Yassss 😎🥂☀️ But now I& #39;m at a point where I feel I may have sacrificed my muscle growth. I& #39;m not eating as much as I should and I& #39;m not feeling like my muscles are full. I& #39;m at a point where it& #39;s time to switch gears and focus not so much on being near stage lean, but to focus on the goals that are going to create a better physique. Because I DO have goals for how I want to look, and how I want to look on stage the next time I compete. No, this doesn& #39;t mean I& #39;m going to "bulk" (every fit chick& #39;s excuse to eat like garbage between show dates). This means I& #39;m going to slowly add food in and adjust my meals and MAKE SURE I& #39;m fueling my body for muscle growth and health. Make sure I& #39;m feeding my body correctly. It& #39;s so easy to get lost in wanting to be your leanest, but frankly that& #39;s not always the healthiest option for long periods of time. Here& #39;s to Food 🍔, building those Shoulders, and those Booty hams!! 😆🤙🏼🤘🏼🙋🏼 Just sharing my current fitness journey... because the journey never ends guys... we are all constantly on a journey to our next goal.
- So... it's summer and I've wanted to maintain a lean physique bc...it's summer! #Yassss 😎🥂☀️ But now I'm at a point where I feel I may have sacrificed my muscle growth. I'm not eating as much as I should and I'm not feeling like my muscles are full. I'm at a point where it's time to switch gears and focus not so much on being near stage lean, but to focus on the goals that are going to create a better physique. Because I DO have goals for how I want to look, and how I want to look on stage the next time I compete. No, this doesn't mean I'm going to "bulk" (every fit chick's excuse to eat like garbage between show dates). This means I'm going to slowly add food in and adjust my meals and MAKE SURE I'm fueling my body for muscle growth and health. Make sure I'm feeding my body correctly. It's so easy to get lost in wanting to be your leanest, but frankly that's not always the healthiest option for long periods of time. Here's to Food 🍔, building those Shoulders, and those Booty hams!! 😆🤙🏼🤘🏼🙋🏼 Just sharing my current fitness journey... because the journey never ends guys... we are all constantly on a journey to our next goal.
- Got some things in the pipeline!! Just wait on it...👨🏽‍💻 #blackfitness #nodaysoff #healthiswealth #fitnessmotivation #tropicalsmoothie #liftblack #transformationtuesday #bodytransformtion #bodygoals #weightloss #weightlossjourney #weightlosstransformation #weightlossmotivation #musclegrowth #blackfit #fitlifestyle #cleaneating101 #atlantafitness #GetHealthy #FitFood #FitnessMotivation #GetFit #FitFam #FitLife #Fitness #FitnessAddict #GymLife #NoPainNoGain #letsmove #melaninfitspiration
- Got some things in the pipeline!! Just wait on it...👨🏽‍💻 #blackfitness #nodaysoff #healthiswealth #fitnessmotivation #tropicalsmoothie #liftblack #transformationtuesday #bodytransformtion #bodygoals #weightloss #weightlossjourney #weightlosstransformation #weightlossmotivation #musclegrowth #blackfit #fitlifestyle #cleaneating101 #atlantafitness #GetHealthy #FitFood #FitnessMotivation #GetFit #FitFam #FitLife #Fitness #FitnessAddict #GymLife #NoPainNoGain #letsmove #melaninfitspiration
- Hate it when these big bastards that lift big weights and hog all the equipment think they own the gym 😂😂😂 #davidvsgoliath #bitoffun #moviemaker #xercise4less #fitness #fitnessfreak #power #gymlifestyle #inspiration #devotedmachine #dedicated #discipline #fitfam #musclegrowth #bodybuilder #bodybuilding #motivated #gorilla #feelgoodfactor #shortpeoplerock @alexweetmanfit @alexweetmannn @liverpoolz724 @aiser.gate @fit_picture #letsdothis #keeno #onitlikeapigeononapasty
- Hate it when these big bastards that lift big weights and hog all the equipment think they own the gym 😂😂😂 #davidvsgoliath #bitoffun #moviemaker #xercise4less #fitness #fitnessfreak #power #gymlifestyle #inspiration #devotedmachine #dedicated #discipline #fitfam #musclegrowth #bodybuilder #bodybuilding #motivated #gorilla #feelgoodfactor #shortpeoplerock @alexweetmanfit @alexweetmannn @liverpoolz724 @aiser.gate @fit_picture #letsdothis #keeno #onitlikeapigeononapasty
- Let's talk rib cages (❓🤔❓) I know, strange topic opener...but just bare with me (although they aren't that prominent in this photo). Not necessarily within the fitness community but in our wider circles, people are very quick to tell others off for fat shaming. It is completely socially "unacceptable" to fat shame someone as they should be able to feel comfortable in their own skin. I know people will have opposing views on this topic, however society are also very quick to judge - verbally might I add- people that appear "underweight/too skinny". Why is it that people/society think it's okay to name call people "anorexic" but they would never call someone obese to their face? Is it because deep down they want to be that skinny? Or they themselves desire that body figure? I know this may seem completely irrelevant to some, and some of you may not be able to relate- that's okay. But when I was in school I was always called "anorexic" in the girls changing rooms and it was somehow supposed to be some hidden compliment?? 🤔🤦🏽‍♀️🤷🏽‍♀️ My reply was always that anorexia is a mental illness- it's not just diagnosed and based on your physical appearance. It was very insulting to hear as I've always been healthy and taken care of myself and I've always had a healthy relationship with food. I then started to become very self conscious of any bones you could see in my body, my rib cage, my hip bones etc. Even though health wise I was doing nothing wrong, it was just to do with my genes and the fact I've never carried that much body fat. If I hadn't had quite a healthy body image this could have had quite a lasting impact on me and I'm sure it has on other people. Although I can understand why people make these comments (because they are ill informed) it is still something we need to change. Just because "stereotypically" the anorexic body type is closer to the "desired body image" does not mean it is okay to throw names and insults at people who appear "too skinny". It is just as insulting and degrading as calling someone out for being fat. So please please please, think before you make any kind of remark about someone's body type ! (Please note that I have used
- Let& #39;s talk rib cages (❓🤔❓) I know, strange topic opener...but just bare with me (although they aren& #39;t that prominent in this photo). Not necessarily within the fitness community but in our wider circles, people are very quick to tell others off for fat shaming. It is completely socially "unacceptable" to fat shame someone as they should be able to feel comfortable in their own skin. I know people will have opposing views on this topic, however society are also very quick to judge - verbally might I add- people that appear "underweight/too skinny". Why is it that people/society think it& #39;s okay to name call people "anorexic" but they would never call someone obese to their face? Is it because deep down they want to be that skinny? Or they themselves desire that body figure? I know this may seem completely irrelevant to some, and some of you may not be able to relate- that& #39;s okay. But when I was in school I was always called "anorexic" in the girls changing rooms and it was somehow supposed to be some hidden compliment?? 🤔🤦🏽‍♀️🤷🏽‍♀️ My reply was always that anorexia is a mental illness- it& #39;s not just diagnosed and based on your physical appearance. It was very insulting to hear as I& #39;ve always been healthy and taken care of myself and I& #39;ve always had a healthy relationship with food. I then started to become very self conscious of any bones you could see in my body, my rib cage, my hip bones etc. Even though health wise I was doing nothing wrong, it was just to do with my genes and the fact I& #39;ve never carried that much body fat. If I hadn& #39;t had quite a healthy body image this could have had quite a lasting impact on me and I& #39;m sure it has on other people. Although I can understand why people make these comments (because they are ill informed) it is still something we need to change. Just because "stereotypically" the anorexic body type is closer to the "desired body image" does not mean it is okay to throw names and insults at people who appear "too skinny". It is just as insulting and degrading as calling someone out for being fat. So please please please, think before you make any kind of remark about someone& #39;s body type ! (Please note that I have used
- Let's talk rib cages (❓🤔❓) I know, strange topic opener...but just bare with me (although they aren't that prominent in this photo). Not necessarily within the fitness community but in our wider circles, people are very quick to tell others off for fat shaming. It is completely socially "unacceptable" to fat shame someone as they should be able to feel comfortable in their own skin. I know people will have opposing views on this topic, however society are also very quick to judge - verbally might I add- people that appear "underweight/too skinny". Why is it that people/society think it's okay to name call people "anorexic" but they would never call someone obese to their face? Is it because deep down they want to be that skinny? Or they themselves desire that body figure? I know this may seem completely irrelevant to some, and some of you may not be able to relate- that's okay. But when I was in school I was always called "anorexic" in the girls changing rooms and it was somehow supposed to be some hidden compliment?? 🤔🤦🏽‍♀️🤷🏽‍♀️ My reply was always that anorexia is a mental illness- it's not just diagnosed and based on your physical appearance. It was very insulting to hear as I've always been healthy and taken care of myself and I've always had a healthy relationship with food. I then started to become very self conscious of any bones you could see in my body, my rib cage, my hip bones etc. Even though health wise I was doing nothing wrong, it was just to do with my genes and the fact I've never carried that much body fat. If I hadn't had quite a healthy body image this could have had quite a lasting impact on me and I'm sure it has on other people. Although I can understand why people make these comments (because they are ill informed) it is still something we need to change. Just because "stereotypically" the anorexic body type is closer to the "desired body image" does not mean it is okay to throw names and insults at people who appear "too skinny". It is just as insulting and degrading as calling someone out for being fat. So please please please, think before you make any kind of remark about someone's body type ! (Please note that I have used
- A beautiful sunrise, to add to an already good morning!!! Thinking about why I became a BeachBody coach, and why I'm pursuing a degree in Health Sciences. Realizing that this road won't be easy, and it will take a lot of hard work, patience, and consistency, but I'm ready for this part of my journey! I'm ready to inspire people though my journey to get their health and fitness back on track; to get past those plateaus through exercise, reach their goals, and choose healthier foods that won't break the bank (as a single mom, I'm ALL about being healthy on a budget!). If you're like me and want to inspire others with your health journey, leave your favorite emoji below or send me a message! Here's mine: 😊
- A beautiful sunrise, to add to an already good morning!!! Thinking about why I became a BeachBody coach, and why I& #39;m pursuing a degree in Health Sciences. Realizing that this road won& #39;t be easy, and it will take a lot of hard work, patience, and consistency, but I& #39;m ready for this part of my journey! I& #39;m ready to inspire people though my journey to get their health and fitness back on track; to get past those plateaus through exercise, reach their goals, and choose healthier foods that won& #39;t break the bank (as a single mom, I& #39;m ALL about being healthy on a budget!). If you& #39;re like me and want to inspire others with your health journey, leave your favorite emoji below or send me a message! Here& #39;s mine: 😊
- A beautiful sunrise, to add to an already good morning!!! Thinking about why I became a BeachBody coach, and why I'm pursuing a degree in Health Sciences. Realizing that this road won't be easy, and it will take a lot of hard work, patience, and consistency, but I'm ready for this part of my journey! I'm ready to inspire people though my journey to get their health and fitness back on track; to get past those plateaus through exercise, reach their goals, and choose healthier foods that won't break the bank (as a single mom, I'm ALL about being healthy on a budget!). If you're like me and want to inspire others with your health journey, leave your favorite emoji below or send me a message! Here's mine: 😊
- The best movements for mass building make up a very short list and you need to do them every time you train, as mastery of the movements is a key to mass building. Mass building, like fat loss, has to be done at the exclusion of everything else. You need to spend time under the bar, You have to find ways to load your body and move the weights for up to several minutes without releasing the load (putting the bar down or resting on a machine). Eat. You are now going to stop worrying about every calorie because on a mass-gaining program, you must eat. And get them calories in. You must master resting, this is very important as this where you grow and getting plenty of rest is what the body needs as well as being destroyed in the gym. If you don't sleep 8 hours plus it's going to impact on your mass gains. 6. You need to get some reps in. Although people have gained amazing mass on lower reps (1-5), the load needed to gain mass on a low-rep program is difficult for most people (and mortals). So, until you can handle a 400-pound bench, a 500-pound squat, and a 600-pound deadlift, you're going to need reps to bulk up. #gymtime #mindbodysoul #nevergiveup #gym #gymmotivation #gymlife #body #bodybuilding #bodytransformation #bodygoals #gains #livelean #nevergiveup #healthy #healthyeating #healthyliving #healthylifestyle #bulk #bulking #shredded #growth #musclegrowth
- The best movements for mass building make up a very short list and you need to do them every time you train, as mastery of the movements is a key to mass building. Mass building, like fat loss, has to be done at the exclusion of everything else. You need to spend time under the bar, You have to find ways to load your body and move the weights for up to several minutes without releasing the load (putting the bar down or resting on a machine). Eat. You are now going to stop worrying about every calorie because on a mass-gaining program, you must eat. And get them calories in. You must master resting, this is very important as this where you grow and getting plenty of rest is what the body needs as well as being destroyed in the gym. If you don& #39;t sleep 8 hours plus it& #39;s going to impact on your mass gains. 6. You need to get some reps in. Although people have gained amazing mass on lower reps (1-5), the load needed to gain mass on a low-rep program is difficult for most people (and mortals). So, until you can handle a 400-pound bench, a 500-pound squat, and a 600-pound deadlift, you& #39;re going to need reps to bulk up. #gymtime #mindbodysoul #nevergiveup #gym #gymmotivation #gymlife #body #bodybuilding #bodytransformation #bodygoals #gains #livelean #nevergiveup #healthy #healthyeating #healthyliving #healthylifestyle #bulk #bulking #shredded #growth #musclegrowth
- The best movements for mass building make up a very short list and you need to do them every time you train, as mastery of the movements is a key to mass building. Mass building, like fat loss, has to be done at the exclusion of everything else. You need to spend time under the bar, You have to find ways to load your body and move the weights for up to several minutes without releasing the load (putting the bar down or resting on a machine). Eat. You are now going to stop worrying about every calorie because on a mass-gaining program, you must eat. And get them calories in. You must master resting, this is very important as this where you grow and getting plenty of rest is what the body needs as well as being destroyed in the gym. If you don't sleep 8 hours plus it's going to impact on your mass gains. 6. You need to get some reps in. Although people have gained amazing mass on lower reps (1-5), the load needed to gain mass on a low-rep program is difficult for most people (and mortals). So, until you can handle a 400-pound bench, a 500-pound squat, and a 600-pound deadlift, you're going to need reps to bulk up. #gymtime #mindbodysoul #nevergiveup #gym #gymmotivation #gymlife #body #bodybuilding #bodytransformation #bodygoals #gains #livelean #nevergiveup #healthy #healthyeating #healthyliving #healthylifestyle #bulk #bulking #shredded #growth #musclegrowth

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