Just another Sunday cardio post. I definitely didn’t “feel like” training and prepping today, but I think that’s what made the finish more rewarding.
60 minutes of cardio @75-80% Max heart rate.
I wanted to run, but I chose the elliptical for obvious reasons.
Lateral Work via @cedmidd1 🤴🏾 ⠀
Sunday is for Lateral Movement:
Heavy Sled Pull 2x40yds ea way
Lateral Hop to Vertical Jump 3x10ea
Lateral High Knees to Slide 2ea way
Defensive Slides to Close Outs 3x5ea
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Happy Sunday friends! ❤ -
The end of the year means a busy period to publish as many articles before Friday. I'm grateful that I have my morning training sessions to set up my day to a good start. 👍 -
Be intentional with your training. Concentrate on lowering and raising the weights with control. I used to rush through my reps and sets a lot but I wasn't really connecting with the movement. I realised that when I trained with intent, my training becomes more effective. More effective because I was thinking about the muscle and controlling the weights slowly. -
Everything you do, do it with intention. -
How are you intentional in your life? 💕
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▪️I need to start throwing my passes again
so I can make them cleaner😭, such an ugly
landing from me. Shout out to @trellthe_truth
for throwing that back tuck at the very end too,
made it look easy🙌🏽
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Last time I trained glutes, I wasn’t sure that I pushed myself hard enough, but I was sore for the following 3 days!
Now it’s time to stimulate again! How often do you train your glutes?
Starting the week the way I plan to end it. Challenging myself and on my grind. I'll be working from home this week so will try to be disciplined in my eating and consistent in my workout. Controlling how I eat is always more difficult when I am home all day because I tend to mindlessly snack. But reminding myself of my goals and limiting the foods that are in my house helps keep me on point. 🏋️♀️🏋️♀️🏋️♀️ This year, I look forward to enjoying time with family and not fearing that I will fall off the proverbial wagon. I've got a workout plan that is effective, I"ve got a team who helps keep me accountable and a meal plan that allows me to enjoy the holidays and that really does make the biggest difference. 🏋️♀️🏋️♀️🏋️♀️ Instead of waiting for the new year, let's get started now. It's not too late to join my fitness challenge. DM me for details.
SAME SHORTS; DIFFERENT WEAVE 🤣 Pics are 6 months apart.
I strive REALLY hard to not be yet another Fitness page showing booty all the time, I have too many kids, husbands, & corporations that follow but let’s talk Leg and Glute Growth for a moment....
Growing up I suffered from #noassatall disease and believe me, it was hard! 🤣🤣 Then when pregnancy came and went, I had a lil somethin’ somethin’ back there (or so I thought 🤦🏽♀️). •
Fast fwd to weight lost then to body building... I sadly realized I carried my fat in my lower regions so all that cardio... needed to stop and if I seriously wanted to build legs, glute shelf, hammies, and quads... I needed to study glute building the same way I studied AB building.... so lots of protein and weight training later... the body I envisioned for myself began to develop.
To me, building stronger legs was harder than building abs, being a dancer since a toddler, my knees aren’t the best so I had to find alternatives to constantly squatting exercises. I refused to dirty bulk 7 days a week (I don’t like losing my abs but I also hate the lethargic, heavy feeling from dirty bulking), and I still wanted some definition (hence the sweat pants for extra sweating and toning)... I put my genetics to work and knowledge to use and built legs to be proud of!
What is the hardest part of training for you?
Such a good feeling seeing progress & feeling mentally stronger 🙌🏾
It’s amazing what consistency, self belief and a dose of patience can do.
Keep working ~ the grind never stops💥😉💥
Hope everyone is having a blessed Sunday 🙌🏾