Thinking about starting a YouTube channel so I can share my meals and routines with everyone. Plus y'all can learn as I'm learning! I know I keep saying Ima do it and haven't yet, but I need to make sure I'm ready and have everything in a row for it! If anyone has any tips please pass them along! Much appreciated!
Also, look at them ribs sticking out! 😂 💪
Of course we had to get that flick in there lol. Met this Fitness Guru @brolicplem at their Cookie launch party earlier this year and been cool ever since. I'll be checking for the next bootcamp date 💪🏽💪🏽💪🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽. I absolutely love this fitness journey..
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Health is Wealth!!! She called me in February 2017 asking me to train her. I told her I'm not a trainer, I don't think I'll be able to help. She said, you workout at the bootcamps you know what to do. Long story short, @lady_of_many_talents BELIEVED IN ME. SHE TOLD ME "YOU CAN TRAIN ME, YOU CAN DO IT"... I don't even think she knew at that time I was getting over depression. SHE HELPED ME WHILE I HELPED HER ❤. .
.AND HERE WE ARE TODAY! IT HASN'T EVEN BEEN A YEAR YET... CHECK OUT MY 1ST CLIENT CRUSHING HER GOALS 1 SQUAT/DUMBELL/TREADMILL AT A TIME. I LOVE YOU B
Fitness professionals discuss the topic of salt, certain other words naturally come to mind: hypertension, water retention, stroke, heart disease, and kidney disease are a few.
While all that is true today and that many people consume more sodium than is recommended for a healthy individual, this article addresses a small subset population such as fit people who train at a high intensity.
The question to ask is how much sodium do they need?
heat related illness
lack of muscle fullness
lack of muscle pumps
low urinary volume and
higher rates of sweat.
All of these are symptoms of hyponatremia. This condition sets in when the body holds on to too much water. This dilutes the amount of sodium in the blood, which in effect results in sodium levels that are abnormally low.
Low sodium levels can affect the proper functioning of muscles and nerves and can even dangerously lower blood pressure. All of these can cause potentially serious health issues
1. Sodium regulates blood volume
Whether you’re working out in the gym or on a sports field, performing at a high intensity requires the body to use both oxygen and carbohydrates as fuel sources
2. Salt removes toxins
During training, our muscles get filled with various acids, toxins, and substrates that can cause fatigue, reduced oxygen uptake, and decrease our ability to recover, both during and after exercise.
3. Sodium is THE nutrient driver
Whether you’re an athlete or fitness enthusiast, most of us know that our body’s main source of energy stems from our carbohydrate consumption and that water, paired with electrolytes, is needed to hydrate the body.
4. Salt balances blood sugar
When salt enters the body, it is absorbed into the circulatory system and activates the movement of water from the cells to the blood by osmotic pressure. Osmotic pressure is the force that pushes water out of the cells
5. Salt improves hydration
Adding salt to a drink stimulates carbohydrate absorption, which enhances water uptake. Every gram of carbohydrates consumed comes with 2.7 grams of water.
Cut down on processed food. Junk food contains a lot of salt typically
increase the amount of potassium in your diet
Last 2 clients for the night 💪🏽💪🏽💪🏽... Please give a huge congrats to my college student in the black/ gray, she's down 20lbs since we started 4weeks ago ❤👑 @littlepiemcelveen very proud of her. Another congrats to my lady to the left of me who is back in her jeans 🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽 @mcduffie4 💪🏽💪🏽💪🏽. WE AREN'T HERE TO BE CUTE WE ARE PUTTING IN THAT #WEEERRRK ... LET'S KEEP PUSHING QUEENS👑👑👑. #fitnesjunkie#fitjourney#fitnessmotivation#mondaymotivation#weworking#yamzbegone
Very happy I was able to make it to @brittnebabe and her team's Strong Class. OMG very intense but feels sooooo good. I've never done a class like this 1 before, had to focus in order to keep up lol. I was definitely off quite a few times but picked it up. Next week at 24hr fitness in Paramus. This FREE class is open to men & women.