Sometimes getting outside and getting some fresh air ... Is really ALL you need💕
So this AM ... Well, let's just say I was at the back of a LONG struggle bus and it took ALOT of pushing to get to the front and out that door!!🙈
Not really sure why? 🤔
✔️I had a great sleep, clocked 8 hours!👍 ✔️Got my water in first thing💧
✔️Got my liquid Go Go juice in 2nd🏃♀️
✔️Got my workout clothes on🎽
✔️Got to my gym🏋️
✔️Pushed play on my 30 minute #Liift and #HIIT 👊
❌❌And than one little voice got louder ... "You don't have to do all 10 reps, just do 8, No One will know"😏
Oh!! ... that would have been sooooo easy to do this AM ... Honest truth!!
Nope, I pulled out the "Stubborn Ang" card ... (Yes, it's a thing🙈) And got the job done!!✋ ... And headed directly outside🌞
The fresh air ... The sunshine was exactly what I needed 💕 ... Cranked some tunes and finished the legs off with a 20 minute run in the rivervalley🍁🍂... My favorite place to run, think & regroup 💕
Now that girl can Get On with Her Day✌️
So my friends, these days are normal, these days we CAN get through ... I just did and so can You💕
I hope you have another awesome Friyay 🎉🌞🎊 ... Because this girl is and it's gonna be wonderful!!
This adorns my work desk, and it makes me happy 🌈. I have always been a hard worker, but would tend to slow down or reroute when something seemed outside my wheelhouse
Not any more
If it scares me, I say YES and I trust that I will figure it out .
If it challenges me, I know it’s an opportunity to be a bigger badass than before
Acting from a place of possibility is so damn empowering!
DOUBLE TAP if you needed to see this!
There's no question you already know you should be working out on a regular basis. After all, exercise will not only keep you fit and feeling full of energy, it'll also help you live a long, healthy and active life.
So here are five tricks to keep a consistent workout schedule, even if you're really busy:
1. Do shorter workouts.
All you really need is 10 or 15 minutes of intense exercise, like high-intensity interval training (HIIT), to get fitter than you ever thought possible.
2. Start small.
When you're trying to establish a new habit, it's never a good idea to commit to too much right away. Trying to work out five days a week, cook all your own meals at home and go cold turkey on sugar can only result in one thing — failure.
Trying to change too many things at once means you'll soon be too sore from working out, too energy deprived, and too bitter about your new lifestyle that your efforts will probably backfire.
3. Commit for just 30 days.
Pick a number of days you want to work out, then tell yourself you'll stick to that for an entire month, giving yourself permission that if you don't like it at the end of the month, you don't have to continue.
4. Make it a ritual.
When you have a ritual, like brushing your teeth and washing your face before bed or making oatmeal and coffee for breakfast each day, you no longer have to think about it. You just do it. At this point, the habit becomes so ingrained in your mind there's no longer any decision-making involved.
5. Schedule it.
If you're still having trouble working out consistently, another trick is to actually build your workouts into your schedule. This should come naturally to you if you're already used to scheduling your time in meetings, soccer practices, appointments and other activities.
🔸It’s easy to get caught up in your head.
🔸It’s easy to think woe is me.
🔸It’s easy to play the victim.
🔸It’s easy to feel sorry for yourself.
🔸It’s easy to be depressed.
🔸It’s easy to feel unworthy.
🔸It’s easy to compare.
🔸It’s easy to feel unmotivated.
There are so many things in this world that constantly fight against you. Do you ever feel like you are constantly planing this cat and mouse game? Like you’re taking 2 steps forward and getting pushed back 5. Life is not perfect and it never will be.
So that’s the thing, If you know it’s not perfect, why do you feel so down when things don’t go right? Why do you let little troubles or problems ruin your day, month or year?
It all boils down to your mindset and your perspective. The world changes when you change your perspective. And a small change in perspective can transform your life.
If you’re struggling through something right now, rather than looking at it as an obstacle, change your mindset.
Instead think: 💭If I can overcome this I can overcome anything
💭I am strong enough to get through this
💭I will use this as a lesson to grow from
💭Positive things will come of this
💭I trust this is happening for a reason
💭This does not define me
💭The best is yet to come
These small shifts in the story you tell yourself plays a huge role in the outcome of your life. Be stronger than your excuses. You’re stronger than you think, you’re braver than you know, trust YOURSELF and you will get through this.
If you need help shifting your mindset, click the link in my bio to apply to my 12 week Body Mind & Wellness Challenge 🌸
Obstacles are inevitable, but giving up is not an option because the best way to succeed is to keep trying. Goal it and Get it! —————————————————————
If you fall, fall on your back. If you can look up, you can get up.-Les Brown
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So I thought I'd post something a little different. Here's the chest and triceps workout I did last night:
Warm-up: 3x8 of airplane, wide, and narrow push ups (can be modified for difficulty) followed by band triceps pushdowns. These are a nice set of starting exercises for muscle activation and help to "wake up" stabilization muscles.
4x10 pause rep bench press (185, 225, 245, 265)
3x12 incline bench (185, 205, 225)
3 sets of incline flyes (10 reps neutral grip, 10 reps of supinated grip)
3x12 decline flyes
3x10 standing cable flyes, followed by a drop set with the same weight and hitting failure, then repeating at each descending weight until at the lowest weight possible.
4x12 triceps rope pushdown
3x12 straight bar cable pushdown
3x10 single arm triceps cable kick back
Try it out and let me know what you think!
FRIDAY FEELING 💪🏻💪🏻 @fleetwoodchris and I tearing it up @gymboxofficial 😳 As you can see he had A LOT on his plate 😜 Finding a Fitness buddy to push you and challenge you with a little competition is the way forward!🙌🙌 Until next time my friend. I hope you can move tomorrow 🤣
Zig Ziglar was a legend. This is a sample of his sagacious advice.
It’s simple. Do more, increase the value you bring to the marketplace. When you do that eventually you will be paid more for what you do.
PS. Check out @Krishdhanam who was mentored by Zig Ziglar.
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