I think the only way in which I could describe this photo is "diet feels" 😂 (2 days pre shoot)
People often under look the implications of a diet on how you feel and only focus on how you look, and while being lean is great, you look great, there are certain areas you've gotta accept when dieting down.
Training won't always be your best -
You will get hungry -
You won't be able to eat what the hell you want -
You will have to make sacrifices -
However it's just a phase.
Dieting is a phase, it doesn't last forever (unless you are one of these muppets who continually diets and the binges every weekend 🐸 )
You put yourself through a duration of time usually between 8-24 weeks of managing calories accurately, being more aware of activity, being consistent, making a few sacrifices and getting leaner. However once it's done it's done. You then transition into the next phase.
When I find things getting tough, I always remind myself it's not going to be a constant battle, it's just a phase, however the phase Serves a purpose, and will leave me in the best position when I move into the next one.
One of these biggest pieces of advice when starting out on a diet, is clearly understanding what's required. I'm not saying you've got to follow a Soup diet and train like the Rocky film, however setting yourself up with be aware of what's required will only make things more manageable, and preventing you whinging when it gets hard
So what is required? -
Add this to a half decent work ethic and you should be ok.
Just over 3 weeks to go, keeping the burners on, and I'll be set for Mehicoooo 🇲🇽 🌮🌯🇲🇽
Always wanted to try this little guy but never had a gym with one on hand! Little end of leg day stretching here, held at the end. Tough to say but probably around 30-40 in total. Definitely interesting haha but I love trying new things after being cooped up in a small, very generic gym for so long. 👍🏼
Motivation gjorde og gør mig i bedre humor og her har jeg 2 billeder af før og efter på 3 måneder og siger det ikke særlig svært og kom igang når man først er gået igang med og træne. Da jeg så på mig selv syntes jeg ikke godt om mig selv min vægt var på 45 og 3 måneder. Efter var den på 10 kilo mere. følte sku mig ikke godt tilpas med og være så tynd som jeg var følte mig som en svans man skal bare stole på sig selv gøre det jeg fik det hverfald 100% bedre og man bruger jo kun 1/30 t på det hver anden dag det eneste som jeg syntes jeg var svært det var den sunde mad vil sige til dem som vil igang gør det i får det 100% bedre #fitness#fitnessinspiration#fitnessmotivation
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"Maak het jezelf niet te moeilijk maar doe wat nodig is".
Waar ik eens goed over heb nagedacht, is wat een van de beste tips is die ik jullie zou kunnen geven. Wat als eerste in me op komt is de range of motion ofwel ROM😎 Dit wil zeggen dat in een goede uitvoering, van welke oefening dan ook, de spier volledig hoort te strekken en volledig hoort samen te trekken, ofwel het bewegingsbereik van een spier/gewricht. Nu je dit weet vraag je jezelf misschien af waarom je dit zou moeten doen🤔 Een volledige contractie van de spier zorgt voor meer resultaat dus doe vooral geen halve reps en als je de oefening dan niet kan met dat gewicht, dan verlaag je gewoon het gewicht, want je bent geen egolifter toch😆👌⁉️⁉️⁉️⁉️
Vandaag heerlijk rug getraind waarbij we begonnen met deadlifts. Na een moeilijk pittige dag is het gewoon heerlijk om al je energie eruit te gooien en om te zien waar jouw limiet ligt. Bij de 180 kg voor 6 sets kwam een sensatie naar voren die ik nog veel vaker hoop te gaan meemaken because we love lifting HEAVY💪😎 Bij de 6e set geef je alles wat je in je hebt en eigenlijk lukt het je niet, maar dan vind je toch de kracht om jezelf erdoorheen te slepen. JE VOELT JE DAN WEER ALS HERBOREN, KLAAR OM DE VOLGENDE DAG WEER OPNIEUW DOOR HET STOF TE GAAN🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
Ben nou eens eerlijk, die doelen van je liggen voor het oprapen. Die kans laat je niet liggen toch?-
75Kg x 1 which I did 4 times tonight.
Not the prettiest lift the world has ever seen but got it!
I am annoyed & I'm not often annoyed but I am tonight! I REALLY wanted to try rack pulls for the first time tonight to help me build my deadlift & as you can see...those adjustable arm things behind me in the squat rack would be perfect I thought...
If you could adjust them any further down than the middle of my thigh that would help but no due to the fixed metalwork at the bottom you can't, even though there are holes there that you could potentially move the rack down 😬😬
I'm away to see if my lovely friends over at powerliftingwomen will put a question out there for assistance stuff I can do to build my deads. I already know quite a few things but hopefully the lovely people that answer questions will have something to pull out of the bag of their years of experience.
And if any of the awesome lifty people I have on here are reading this all help is much appreciated 😘
swipeeeeee ➡️ alright guys, so like i said in my last post, i'm NOT finished with my cut! i just wanted to show ya what 12 weeks looks like! the left picture was after my bulk, day 1 of my cut; obviously i got sloppy towards the end and ended up with more fat gain than i had planned. HOWEVER you can't be afraid of gaining fat!! if you want to grow muscle, fat gain is inevitable. i wasn't concerned with keeping mine minimal because i'm not afraid of gaining weight. with that said, im going about my bulk a little differently when i do start it in a few weeks (i'll get into that when the time comes). the right pic is this morning, officially 12 weeks down! 4-6 left after this diet break! can't wait to see the end results 🤗
• 7 WEEKS OF BBG • I can't quite believe how much my body has changed in only seven weeks. With two young children, and being 15 months postpartum, I really haven't felt like myself for some time now. It's hard to take a photo of confidence so #abs will have to do, but it's genuinely more of a mindset shift than anything else now. I finally feel more like me.
New mums, I need you to know that this hasn't happened overnight. I've had three false starts (tried too soon, and it was before @kelseywells brought out her @sweat programme), as it was just too much for my body. Following 8 months of intensive women's physio for ab separation and pelvic floor strengthening (sorry if TMI), I was cleared by my physio to begin the programme.
That's not the end though. I have to tell you that although I've committed to every workout and every LISS, I have had to modify more than half of the exercises. I don't jump, I don't do deep sumo squats, I don't do two leg drop ab work. It's too much for my body, and if I push myself too far, I won't be able to keep going and I'd rather get there at my pace than injure myself and not get there at all.
I'm really excited to keep going, at my own pace and in my own way. Ladies, listen to your bodies, check out the alternatives to the exercises if you need it, and just take one step at a time. 12 weeks is daunting up front, but broken down day-by-day, even circuit-by-circuit, it all of a sudden seems doable.