Tough Day seeing Ryan in the hospital. We are defineley up for a break of some sorts! I still managed to get my timed nutrition in. I also just got my A$$ kicked by day 4 of #80dayobsession ! I can actually feel abs that I forgot I had! How in the world did I let myself get like this! That is not the question anymore...the question is how am I going to fix it! I see the light at the end of the tunnel....the train is screaming hang in there hunny! You got this!
In life... I hold back so much and one of the few places that I’m allowed to be aggressive is the gym because I’m releasing pent up emotions (frustration, anger and sadness) where I live in world that has tried to tell me on a continuous basis that I am less than as well as many others. I compete with myself while training with other women as we continuously inspire each other to do one more rep or last 1 more minute🔥👊🏾💪🏾. Everyday I’m not working, I’m headed straight to the gym to work, so much that I tried to go yesterday 😅. I feel myself getting stronger and faster🏃🏾♀️🧘🏽♀️🏋🏽♀️ and I’m so proud of myself for taking steps to take care of myself while loving every inch of me💗 because some days it ain’t easy. #empowerment#selfcare#mindovermatter#mentalhealth#clarity#perserverance#grit#resilience#trainhard#findyourbalance#shirtinsideout#stillabadassthough#photobombed#dayafterthanksgiving
Workout done but just realized my shirt has been on inside out the whole time. 😂
I've been getting quite a few messages saying: "I wish I could do what you do BUT..." "My fitness/health/nutrition is far from perfect."
"I need to work on myself first before helping others."
"I don't have the money."
"I'm not at my ideal body weight."
"I'm not as energetic as you." And to all those, I say, WHY not you?
When I became a coach...
✖I wasn't (and still am not) perfect with my fitness and nutrition. I mess up more often than I'd like to admit. I have cheat meals more than I should but that doesn't stop me from getting up and trying every single day for my own health.
✖I'm working on myself every single day. Although I've gained a significant amount of confidence that I lacked for 26 years of my life, I still have my insecurities. It's not about ignoring your flaws. It's about accepting them but having the desire to constantly improve anyway.
✖If you added up what you spend going out to eat, buying coffee, stopping somewhere for take-out because you don't feel like cooking, etc. per week, I think you'd realize that $3/day for a superfood supplement that provides your body with nutrients equivalent to eating 5-6 salads is hardly expensive.
✖I was 22lbs over my calculated ideal body weight when I started my journey.
✖My energy and optimism only came AFTER I made the commitment to take care of myself and my body.
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