That USED to be me.. I USED to come home everyday, make an unhealthy dinner, eat an unhealthy portion of it, and then watch hours of TV! I ate fast food all the time, and hated even the thought of a small walk.. I Never took the stairs.. I Hated myself so much it’s unbelievable.. My knees hurt, my back ached, my clothes were too tight, and I was sick and tired of it! So what did I do? I changed, and there is NO secret for me to share with you as to how.. I stopped eating junk, and I started eating real food.. I limited eating out, I ate smaller portions, I started to see changes so I kept going. Eventually I got up and I got moving, I started walking, and then running. I loved how I felt, I was happy, I was proud. I went from a size 28w jeans to a size 6-8, my ring size went from 8.5 to 5, i threw out all my old 3X tops and traded them in for mediums, I enjoy going for a walk and being active, my knees don’t even hurt after a five mile run. So screw all of the people who used to call me fat, and to those that think I didn’t work hard to become who I am today! MY SWEAT SAYS IVE EARNED THIS! I changed, and so can you! If you can relate to anything I said, do it for the only person that matters, YOU! ❤️
Healthy chicken quesidillas!! And power protein smoothies for me and @jeremyoneill13!!
On a whole wheat FlatOut, I combined shredded chicken, with black beans, red peppers, veggie cheese, hummus, and a little avocado and srirachi!
Love healthy cooking for my bae😉☺️😘
1 🍳/ 3 egg white omelet with mushrooms, spinach, and feta cheese. Drizzled with srirachi.
2 slices of whole wheat pita 🍞Topped with some natural pb, sliced 🍓 & cinnamon!
😋👊💚 #powerlunch #healthyeating #chefstatus
I'm really inspired by your story. I'm 165lbs and 5 feet tall. I want to lose 45lbs but my hardest struggle is getting myself to work out. Did you also have this struggle? What inspired you to hit the gym? Thank you! And congrats!
Oh sure! I used to never go even within a mile of the gym unless a friend was going with me- I was scared people would judge me because I felt like I had absolutely no idea what I was doing! How do the machines work, am I even doing them with right form, are people staring at me? And so on..
My advice to you is to come up with a workout plan the night before (do some research and find routine ideas online, it’s super easy and there are a million of them). Write down your goals as far as how man reps, how much weight, how much cardio you wanna do and what kind.. This will kinda motivate you because you have a clear outline of what you want to accomplish there.
And as weeks pass you will see your progress in the mirror and as far as how much your lifting, cardiovascular improvements, etc..
Also, take progress pics to truly see how much of a difference the strength training a the gym sculpts and transforms our body- you will not be disappointed! Just go to the gym with a bad ass attitude, ear phones in, kill your workout, and you’re gonna walk back out with the best feeling in the world.. I promise!