Why do people assume i am doing this all lifestyle changes because i am trying to reach a certaing goal weight or goal body type.
Do they not get it? I like my body now.
No! I don’t dislike my thighs and i’m not here for the thigh gap. Don’t tell me not to lift ”because i’ll get bulky”
I am not sure how my body will end up looking like. I am not sure what will my ideal weight turn out to be. I am not sure that i am ment to loose another pound or gain a few.
My goals are: health and happiness, getting enough sleep and having power and energy, making the right food choices for me and my family, being proud of myself and going to bed knowing that each day i made the right choices, learning how to do proper push ups and pull ups, being able to run 5k without stopping, being able to squat and benchpress the weight i’ve lost.
My true goal is to become one powerful, positive, happy, determined, and strong young girl!
For the last 2 months of squating, i can notice such a big improvement. Not only did i lose 7-8cm of my booty but it has lifted and started to shape nicely … Not to mention quads growing stronger!
happy earth day, fellas :)
i ran 2,5km under 20minutes (19:50 to be exact :D)
with small achievements for the win!
- *today at the gym*
- me: so how was easter?
- PT: awesome! i did a 80km bike ride
- PT: *shows pictures of awesome nature, mud, lakes, forest...*
- me: wow! sounds awesomeee
- me: and I tried 8 different kinds of easter bread (Cozonac)
- me: *shows pictures of food*
- everyone around was cracking up, including my PT
so much food
The scale says i’ve eaten 2 kilos worth of food lol :D no regerts, i love my grandma’s cooking and i wont miss such a chance
and my PT was amazed by my enthusiasm…. he was expecting me to start whining again (like most of his female customers do it when it comes to exerises like that), but I was actually really pumped up to try it