❗️🦈 GYM SHARK REVIEW 🦈❗️
I have waited over two months for this purchase as they had been out of stock for SO long. This is the high waisted seamless leggings and the matching sports bra. I'm going to start with the best positive for me, the fact that they are high waisted is the main reason I love them, I carry most of my fat on my lower stomach as most women tend to, the high waist part is a thicker and tighter than the leg part which really sucks in your stomach without flattening your 🍑and because the waist bit pulls your lower back fat in, it especially benefits pancake asses like mine (no wonder the girls who actually have good bums look INSANE in these) the only downside for me, which isn't really an issue at all is some of the detail like the lines under the bum and going over the thigh is quite see through and I can slightly see my thigh tattoo through it, I spent £66 in total on this outfit which is more than I would usually spend (but still less than my woman's best leggings) but imo it is 100% worth every penny. Leggings are a size small, sports bra is a medium, small was out of stock but medium works fine as I'm a D. #gymshark EDIT: ps I am aware I need to fake tan
This is it. Last week best week. Its been feeling weird knowing that its coming to the end and i cant lie i am shattered. But you dig a little deeper when you train with a purpose. All the work, the pain, the sacrifice, its starting to come to a close. Anything can happen these last few steps and one slip, that can mean and change everything. But I'm feeling more dangerous and determined than ever. Lets see what package we can bring next Saturday. #teamsned#lastsetbestset
Today has been wonderful ⭐️ For the first time in a month I've had a free Saturday arvo so I was able to relax, grab a turmeric latte and have some much deserved rest 🙌🏼 I finally got around to purchasing @thebod_ maintenance guide which I am so excited to smash through 🔥💯 I just completed day one and I'm a lot stronger than I thought! I've finally quit my second job so now I'm only on one full time job whoooop! Have a great weekend fit fam let's kill it, just because it's the weekend doesn't mean you should lose sight of your goals ✔️
So I finished off leg day with sumo deadlifts at 50kg, I video'd it but couldn't cope with the faces I was pulling so here's a screen shot 😂 although I got everything done, this wasn't the best workout I've had as I stupidly forgot to eat breakfast, but managed to remember to take 200mg of caffeine so by the end of it I was shaking and really not feeling good ☹️#gymshark
#PawGainz : I was following @jeffnippard's 🍑workout today and tried out (for the first time) plate-loaded single leg hip thrust and LET ME TELL YA, I AM FEELING IT 🔥
I'm starting to feel super motivated to workout again. I know, I know what you're thinking "when did YOU lose motivation?" 😂 but recently I haven't been really pushing myself as much as I should (fresher's week and stress from starting Uni again soon 😭) I actually spent some time last week reading my own fitness post for motivation to remember why I started. 😅 Surely I'm not the only one who does this? 😂
I think this sudden rush of motivation has come from the change of season. 🌟 Last winter was actually when I was my fittest and most motivated because I wanted to keep warm so I just kept moving and moving and moving 😆 who knew that the cold weather can help with anything?
Going to keep earning my sparkles ✨ LETS GO BE THE STRONGEST WE CAN BE 🙌🏻 Also started doing a thing that involves 📹👀
Do you HAVE to follow a rigid plan to get results? Tracking calories/macros, following a rigid food plan and a rigid training program can be extremely tiring, restricting and plain simply annoying, there's no question about it. So do you have to spend the rest of your life doing so just to stay in shape? The short answer is no - not if you're aware of the nutritional content of food, perform a decent enough amount of training, are quite in-tune with your body, are aware of how it's changing and aren't trying to achieve extreme goals. The long answer is that if you're not already in the shape you want, then more than likely you're not any of the above.
Most can hold a very decent shape if they eat well and train hard. Unfortunately, most don't realise what exactly eating well is and how to do so in a sustainable, long-term manner. This is when a plan that details what is required or provides parameters to work within is most beneficial - to help teach what exactly eating well is for a desired outcome. Once you're aware of what eating well is for your body and goals, and can monitor changes to confirm that, then a rigid plan isn't necessary - you can eat intuitively.
However, if you want to achieve extremes, especially in body composition, then eating intuitively rarely is an option. Your body always seeks homeostasis - never trying to gain too much fat, never trying to lose too much fat, never trying to expend too much energy, and never trying to gain too much muscle (all in healthy humans anyway). Therefore, your intuition becomes reversed in that your body may actually be trying to keep you fatter than you want to be, less muscular than you'd like to be, and if you're a sumo wrestler, skinnier than you'd like to be. In these cases, it's extremely difficult to know how much to consume to achieve your goal and you more than likely need some plan to set limits on how much/little nutrients and training you need.
Confidence is an odd thing. It can be there one day, gone the next, anyone feel me?? Confidence plays a huge role in our life & how much we push ourselves to achieve our goals & step into new opportunities!! Remember, you have the ability, it's insecurities that'll hold us back; all it takes is a little self-belief! You got this!✨