The winners of the @fitonomy giveaway are @taylor.r.long and @glorat13!
I get excited about giveaways until I can't make everyone a winner!
Let me know if you like giveaways and want more in the future, because to my surprise, very few people entered and that kinda confuses me because I love getting and giving free stuff, haha.
My quads are exploding, fam. I'm close to 26 inch thighs now, ahhhhh 😍 I thought 26" was my ultimate goal, but my quads are showing no signs of slowing down in growth so maybe I'll just see how far they can go 😁
#transformationTuesday ONE WHOLE YEAR! I snapped the pic on the left last December (12th) in Germany! I was a little over 3 months post show after #NorthAmericans and think I only gained like 8-10lbs [125-127 lbs] from my low weight competing (which I clearly needed 😆) After my competition I immediately took a balanced approach and by that I don’t mean counting macros I legit went intuitive . I ate a shit ton of fats, kept my protein high and ate all the carbs. I kept a pretty clean diet and drank alcohol a few times a week ( because hello Europe ) and also ate chocolate... often 😂 I was suuuper happy with maintaining my weight while training hard and also enjoying myself more than I had in years due to competing on and off. I traveled all around Europe. I snowboarded, I hiked, I walked A LOT because I was constantly exploring so it was fairly easy to keep weight off. Now on the right an entire year later after a dozen countries full of memories, then the remaining of this year back home enjoying life with the hubby and training to become a Pilot in Command... and still training in the gym of course, I’m about 137-140 lbs . That’s a 10-12 lb weight gain in a year. It’s funny though... I hardly notice the difference in pics 😂😂 of course my clothes fit tighter and my abs aren’t defined anymore but I finally have weight in my lower body and I feel like I actually gained shape. I’ve gained well over 20 lbs from my stage weight but I have zero reservations about it because 1. I’m healthy AF and feel great 2. I’m still “lean” 3. I’m happy AF ☺️🌮🏋🏻♀️ I never thought I’d actually appreciate how I looked at this weight because I never took a long period of time like this to gain it. Guess weight really isn’t everything huh 😳🙃 #HormonesForTheWin#NattyAF#SameShirtJustTighter
Confidence can be described as a belief in one's self and one's ability to succeed. But how can you become more confident?
•Do what you love.
•Don't stress the little things.
•Turn your weaknesses into strengths.
•Be relentless in the pursuit of your goals.
•Stop comparing yourself to other people.
Confidence has no shape, no color, no prejudice... Anyone can achieve it.
Glorious pump from tonight! Week 2 comin in HOT... and hard. 🤦♀️
"I began to realize how important it was to be an enthusiast in life. He taught me that if you are interested in something, no matter what it is, go at it at full speed ahead. Embrace it with both arms, hug it, love it and above all become passionate about it."