It’s Monday. It’s a new week. God is doing a new thing. New doors. New breaks. New blessings.
So this is your Monday morning reminder that you can handle whatever this week throws at you 🤗❤️
Now time to put in some work 🤙🏻😉
Wearing @queenieke_store ❤️
Dies Momente, wo man sich fragt: Warum quäle ich mich eigentlich so, auf der Coach ist es doch viel schöner....
Und dann erzähle ich meinem sabbernde Hundegehirn, dass es meine Hormone verbessert, Entzündungen vermindert, Insulin- und Leptinresistenz vermindert, meine Schilddrüsenhormone besser wirken lässt, mehr Mitochondrien bildet und die vergrößert, die schon da sind... und mein Hundegehirn wedelt mit dem Schwanz und will trotzdem auf die Couch....
Und dann Lifte ich den ersten Satz mit Höchstleistung.. und dann den zweiten... und es fühlt sich einfach gut an und der Hund rollt sich zufrieden in der Ecke ein 😂
Manchmal hilft tun mehr als Denken...
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Myth-Buster Monday: Let’s talk red meat.
Did you know that the iron levels in chicken are ⅕-1/10th of that found in red meat? Red meat can be just as lean as other sources of proteins.
You can find cuts of red meat that are 4-8 grams of fat per 4 oz serving (bison, buffalo, emu and elk are extremely low in fat). There is no added risk to consuming red meat. That is a myth. Health concerns from red meats come more from poor preparation (charring the meat on the grill creates chemical compounds) and eating overcooked, fatty meat for someone who is inactive and carrying too much excessive body weight, while not eating sufficient fruits and vegetables should not be compared to those who are active, eating lots of lean meats which are cooked appropriately, and also eating a balanced diet full of fruit and vegetables.
Consuming red meat actually contains many anti-cancer compounds. Women who do not consume red meat have been shown to have low levels of iron, B12 and zinc; this is why I am an advocate for including red meat in your diet.
I suggest, if you are active and eating right, to eat between 2 and 4 servings of red meat a week. Anyone else craving a steak right about now? @bobbymaximus and I definitely do not shy away from red meat and eat it frequently! #redmeat#protein#mythbustermonday#nutrition#liftingwomen
Yo! Its another Monday! You know what happens on mondays, #motivationmonday . 🤯
Todays blurb goes out to a piece I received from Daily OM about body shame and overcoming it. I’ve seen (and experienced) body shame from all types of clients, friends, family etc. It happens so frequently that it becomes a daily fog lingering over many of us we don’t realize how much enslavement occurs in our brains simply because we are striving for some idea of perfection and correlate it with our happiness...which is really funked up when you think deeply about it! I digress, here’s the excerpt; (SHARE THOUGHTS BELOW!)
💡“Your body arrives with you at birth, and it leaves with you at death. It is a dearly beloved partner, a constant soul companion. Our bodies are our human containers, and they are here to teach us, support and guide us in tandem with our personalities and our souls. Thus, whenever there is an issue with the body--whenever we think our bodies are too big, too small, too fat, too thin, too young, too old--we need to look at the belief from soul perspective. Attacking your body with diets and grueling fitness regimes may create body changes, but until you do the soul work, you'll still be stuck in the same place. Only inner work can change how we feel about our outer container.” -Daily Om
With that said, where do you stand? What can you release?
I’ve found one of my favorite things about working with my clients, friends and the womens mindset group my colleague @youmustfitness & I run is helping others find their core values, release a lot of repressed emotion & move forward with their lives. Stay tuned for more things coming... 😊 #happyMonday
Happy Monday ❤️❤️
Here's a dumbbell only shoulder workout for ya! It burns like heck 🔥🔥
I have the day off thank the lawdy but have lots of little things on my to-do list. So here is to new things and lots of coffee hehe.
1. Chicken wings (lol) - 3 sets of 20
2. Single arm overhead press- 3 sets of 8 each arm
3. Single DB upright row: 3 ses of 12 each arm
4. DB forward press: 3 sets of 20 🔥🔥
5. Static single arm raises: 3 sets of 8 each arm
6. Lateral raise: 3 sets of 12
Maybe if I stand here long enough, CrossFit will just go away... back to sucking at all the things this Monday. I love the workouts - some days I just don’t know why I was not born a gymnast. Seems so unfair. 🤣🤷🏼♀️ So much work to do... BUT (on the positive note), I hit TEN unbroken double-unders for the first time after class. That’s something. Love my new @mutesportsequipment rope! #gamechanger
I attempted box pistol squats today, for the first time in like 7 months!! They sucked but not as bad as I thought. Normal squats with just the bar hurt my back last week so I attempted pistol squats on the higher bench behind me with no issue with my back. So I tried it with a lower box and it wasn't bad on my back at all, at first. After my second set, my low back felt tight, like something is pinching in my back. So guess all kinds of squats are out 🙄🙄🙄