Jumping into the new week like 💁
Guys, I am so motivated to kill my workouts and follow my meal prep 💪 I've been mentally struggling with my reverse diet (or lack there of) after my competition and not feeling happy with my body. It was fun getting lean but I didn't think about the effect it would have afterwards. 🤦I've always struggled with body image issues so this is a little hard for me.
But instead of feeling self-conscious about it, I'm gonna change it 👌I'm gonna clean up my diet again and not binge on bread anymore. (yeah, just plain bread is heaven for me these days lol) and add a little cardio back into my routines.
I naturally am gaining back body fat but that's TOTALLY normal and healthy. It is dangerous to be at such a low body fat for an extended period of time. I also can't build muscle when I'm this lean either. And we all know I'm after the gains 💪
No one really talks about post-competion problems, but I'm trying to be completely open and honest for those considering it for themselves. If you guys ever have questions, just ask! There's so much I wish I knew for my first season 🙃
I hope you guys have an awesome week and are super motivated to reach your goals! 😘
This is so true for any aspect in your life. It could relate to personal relationships, your career, your relationship with God. Maybe with responsibilities in life that make you feel overwhelmed. 😓😪
For me personally, today was trying. One thing after another. Irritable as heck because of a certain monthly friendly visit 🙄 .
BUT! I did not let that deter me from my goals! I honestly did not want to work out. I was cranky, naseuous and cramping. Unmotivated for sure. But once I took my energize, I started focusing on my workout and forgot about all that slowed me down today. I am thankful for this process and I will continue to discipline myself to be better every day. 🤗