Dear Emily back in November 2017, it’s dinner time and your husband is leaving to go back...he’s stationed overseas for a year without his family😔...you’re holding a barely 20 day old baby in your arms and trying to wrangle your 1.5 year old, they’re both hungry and starting to cry. You’re trying to hold your tears back as you kiss your husband goodbye and wonder how the HELL you’re supposed to do this by yourself for the next 6 MONTHS😭.
I see you, and I wish I could give you a hug or a glimpse into the future and tell you that you made it. And you did a great job. The best decision you made was to start taking care of yourself as well...because you couldn’t survive anymore on an empty tank. Girl if you only knew what you would accomplish!!!
Thank you thank you thank you....for realizing YOU matter to. For starting, even though it was scary and painful and hard. THANK YOU because of you who started when it was hard and scary and 20lbs overweight- I am where I am today!!! .
Where you are doesn’t have to be WHERE YOU STAY! Grow, change, do the hard things, YOU WILL THANK YOURSELF LATER!!!🔥🔥🔥
This summer is all about lightening up☀️🌼
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6 574:28 PM Jun 15, 2018
Had to take it slow today, I was feeling it in my hip but I did not let it stop me.
How to do the Front Squat:
Step 1: Perform this exercise inside a squat rack for safety reasons. Set the bar on a rack corresponds to your height. Bring your arms up under the bar; keep your arms up under the bar and your upper arm slightly above parallel to the floor. Rest the bar on top of your deltoids and cross your arms. Grasp the bar for control.
Step 2: Lift the bar off the rack by pushing with your legs and straightening your torso.
Step 3: Step back from the rack and place your legs shoulder width apart with your toes slightly pointed out. Keep your back straight. This is the starting position for the exercise.
Step 4: Lower the bar slowly until the angle between your upper legs and calves is slightly less than 90 degrees. Your upper legs should be parallel with the floor. Inhale as you do so.
Step 5: Raise the bar by pushing the middle of your foot against the floor. Straighten your legs and go back to the starting position. Exhale as you do so.
Step 6: Repeat for the desired number of reps.
4 368:58 PM Apr 24, 2018
Here is my vegan post workout shake and it’s ingredients in why I use them. Two scoops of pea protein, green super food, cream of tartar, turmeric, chia seeds, hemp seeds, ginger, flaxseed, cactus coconut water and one banana.