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👉🏻swipe for macro breakdown 👉🏻
Since the start of 2019, I've been trying to really tighten up my calories and get myself back into some healthier eating habits. Is it a "resolution"? No. I just simply went a little over board during the holiday season and got VERY off track. I ended up gaining back around 10lbs and it has really negatively impacted my mental health.
So, with that being said, I knew I had to get my ish together after the holidays were over and that is exactly what I have done. For those of you that watch my story, thank you 🙏🏻, you got to see a little bit of what a usual day of eating looks like for me. I don't in anyway restrict myself when it comes to WHAT I eat. For me, it is all about how much you eat.
I have proven to myself time and time again that I do not have to restrict myself and limit my diet in order to lose weight. In the end, it always comes down to simple science: calories in vs calories out. It is really THAT simple.
Since the new year, I have cut my calories back a little more than is typical for me to help me win the diet bet that I am currently in. Before I would eat anywhere from 1600-1850 depending on my activity level for the day, currently I am staying between 1600-1700 while getting in more cardio for extra calories out as well.
I have never been a huge fan of tracking macros. I find it very limiting and honestly super difficult. But lately I have been trying to be better with meeting my macro goals. I know how important protein is when it comes to building muscle, so I've been trying really hard to get in at least 100g every day (which is a lot for me).
Let me know if you would be interested in more nutrition related content. It is something that I am very interested in so I definitely have a ton more I could say on the topic 😁
Such great advice from @alwyncosgrove@resultsfitnessscv. As a coach, my goal is to teach you the skills to reach your goals and become independent in living a lifestyle that helps you to continue to grow and improve. My goal is not to require you to pay me for products or services the rest of your life...I won’t tell you what to do, I will slowly teach you to make better choices with your food and how to rest and exercise to reach your goals so that you can be successful longterm without my guidance....I will empower you! 💕
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Runder av dagen med ei litta tapasbuffet i sengen på rommet🤩🇬🇧
This was yum. ❤️ I enjoyed this, without feeling guilty. I enjoyed it because it was a treat. One of my goals for 2019 is practicing self control. Does that mean I can’t have treats?- No. It means to eat everything in moderation, get in your fruits, veggies, proteins, etc. BUT, VERY IMPORTANT: Do not restrict yourself. I decided to eat healthy to honour my body and therefore honour God. Though I said to myself, I can treat myself once a week. Obviously I won’t always do that to this extent. 😅 To be fair, I couldn’t even finish this. It’s important to listen to your body, I knew if I continue eating I’ll feel sick, so I stopped. See, I didn’t used to do this. I would just keep eating. 🤷🏻♀️ I also did a workout after this, and it felt absolutely amazing. I just love this after workout feeling so much. You can be proud of yourself. 💪🏼❤️ — Self Control is a big thing for me, and I used to struggle with this a lot, I still do sometimes. After the weight gain towards the end of 2018 I felt low. I felt like I just couldn’t do it anymore. I tried again. I quit. I tried again. I stopped... I’m gonna wait till the first of next month. I’m gonna wait till next Monday. I’m gonna wait till 2019. — Guys, if you wanna change something, today is your day. Every single day counts!! — How did I get my motivation back and how am I able to focus on self control?- Simple. It is God. 💗 Beforehand I tried to do everything in my own strength. It broke me, honestly. Now, with leaving everything in God’s hands, he gives me the strength that I need and I’m so grateful for this. — Eat in moderation, do your exercise, practice self control, and most importantly trust in God. He’ll help you. He loves you so much. 💗🙌🏽 Philippians 4:13 ‘I can do all this through him who gives me strength. ‘ #weightloss#waffle#treat#grateful#moderation#selfcontrol#balance#honouryourbody#honourgod#gym#workout#motivation#strength#philippians413#icandoallthingsthroughchrist#chocolate#happiness#amen#love#faith#hope 💗
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And the Stick drills continue.
Last night I spent some time focusing on shoulder and core movements. The wonderful thing about Stick Mobility is essentially all muscles are collectively activated no matter the emphasis.
Which brings me to this point.
The body is a unique machine that's supposed to work in different planes of motion. When the body continuously works in a repetitive linear direction, and/or we underuse other muscle groups, it almost deprives us, really. In the sense we don't learn how to use "parts" of our machine to become even more durable and self-reliant. If you're used to weight training on a regular basis, try Pilates. If you're used to Pilates on a regular basis, take up weight training.
I believe your body deserves to be challenged in a variety of ways. Not that you have to completely stray from the style of training you prefer. But I'm willing to bet you'll appreciate efficient additions to your workout regimen.
Many clients ask if they can still drink alcohol when living a Keto lifestyle. As any great weight loss coach would share, alcohol does not promote weight loss and should be avoided, especially in the early stages of your journey. It can stall your progress if weight loss is in fact your goal -
At the same time, if you are adamant that alcohol be a part of your lifestyle, then YES you can drink alcohol while living Keto. That choice is always yours. But you do need to make the right choices of ‘what to drink’ and be aware of stalls, the calories added and how the body processes alcohol -
Having a social life on a ketogenic diet is something that many find hard to do. There are carbs pretty much everywhere you look, and that’s especially the case if you choose to consume alcohol. Cutting out all the beer and wine is a great start, but sticking with hard liquor is usually the best choice. Even though hard liquor is made from natural sugars, grains, potatoes, and fruits – during the fermentation and distillation process that sugar is converted into ethyl alcohol.
Drinking liquor can in fact deepen your level of ketosis, (NOT suggesting you use alcohol for this purpose) but WILL slow weight loss down. Ingestion of alcohol has effects on liver metabolism, in which more ketones are produced as you drink more. When your liver is taking care of the alcohol you drink, it’s being converted to a triglyceride which can also affect the production of ketones.
Be aware that many people experience a heightened level of being drunk and at a quicker rate than usual. You need to be careful – especially if you’re driving. Do not drink and drive at all. Be very careful when on a ketogenic diet and consuming alcohol.
There are plenty of people that also experience worse hangover while on a ketogenic diet, so make sure you stay hydrated. The typical advice is to drink 1 glass of water per 1 shot (or glass) of alcohol you drink
I’m so excited to say that I’m at my lowest weight in a year! I lost more in this week than I’ve lost in a week maybe ever. I feel like after many attempts and diet changes, I have finally found what works for me so I thought I’d share!
1: MyFitnessPal has been my best friend lately. I enabled the “negative calorie adjustment” setting for the most accurate adjustments after my workouts (and I have it synced to my Fitbit). I also have a kitchen scale now which works wonders for getting a more precise calorie count. My goal is to stay under 1500 calories a day. Make your calories count by eating lots of veggies (more volume for less calories!), lean proteins and fruit.
2: Everyone is different but my body functions best with less carbs (less blood sugar spikes and bloating). I’m keeping my net carbs under 100g a day.
3: Pop, juice, alcohol, etc. are all empty calories. I have a little cream in my coffee (40 calories) but aside from that it’s La Croix, Propel, or other 0 calorie and 0 carb drinks.
4: It’s a standard recommendation to work out 150 minutes a week for overall health and disease prevention. I aim for 3.5-4 hours a week of exercise. It gives me a wider window to eat a little more too!
5: Weightlifting is proven to help with weight loss and keep your muscles burning calories for the rest of the day. It’s better than cardio for weight loss and toning!
6: This is a no-brainer! All bodies need recovery time.
7: Drink lots of water. A minimum of half your body weight in ounces but I aim for 11 8oz cups a day.
8: Treats are a totally necessary part of life! I’m so happy that I’ve been able to find treats that I can fit into my calorie allotment without any guilt. My favorites have been Fiber brownies, Halo Top, sugar free pudding with coconut milk, and salt and vinegar almonds. Low carb tortillas (only 50 calories!) are amazing for pizza cravings too!
A lot of these just make sense but some (like eating lower carb, learning to count calories and finding treats) I had to learn along the way. I’ve still got a ways to go but I’m so excited to be on the right path and feeling great 💪🏻😉 #weightlossjourney#weightlosstips#weightloss#gethealthy
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How can you tell if someone’s genetically gifted with curves in the right places, or have actually worked hard to build a 🍑?
I was watching brightman_’s story the other day & he came across this insta girl who has butt implants, promoting brands that are damaging people’s health & the fitness industry... yet there are all these girls who just want to be like her 😫
It was a reminder to me that so many people are easily deceived & don’t realise how long & how hard you have to work to grow muscle...
News flash: those banded workouts are not what got those IFBB bikini pros their glutes!
It may be what they post the most because they have products to sell & it’s seductive AF & sex sells etc etc etc.
How can you tell what’s real & what’s fake? Women who have TRAINED HARD for their ass will also have hamstrings & quads. Women with implants will literally look like they’ve just had balloons stuck under their skin.
If you want to grow your glutes, like ANY other muscle, you need to be at a calorie surplus (or at least maintenance - but can’t be dieting) & train haaaard. Then you need to be doing this on repeat if you want to put on decent muscle.
The videos above are some of my favourite exercises for glutes. FORGET about glute isolation exercises if you haven’t already NAILED these!!
Box squats/Squats (not filmed)
Variations of RDLs/Good mornings
What are some of your staples for glutes?
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I wanted to double check something from this morning,...could I really be weighing under 190 LBS ??? Yup ! Solidly holding fast around 186,....so we’re to the mall. And this shirt is a medium ???? Thinking some push-ups are in my future 🤣🤣🤣😳 #WeightLoss#FitOver50#CyclingIsTheAnswer#RideHard#NaplesVelo
started this weekend off right with a killllller booty workout 😅💦
double tap to support! Let’s get ittttt 💪🏼 ✖️Jump squats: 4 sets of 12 with body weight
✖️ Single leg press: 4 sets of 20 (high rep, low-moderate weight) each leg
✖️Machine abductors: 4 sets of 15 with moderate weight
✖️Assisted leg press: 3 sets of 12 with moderate weight
✖️Deficit squat: burnout with kettle bell or dumb bell with moderate to heavy weight
✖️Pulsing squats: repeat burnout
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Ohhhh the hamstring burn.
I love using the Swiss ball or sliders for training the hamstrings. They allow the hips to move into full extension which helps the glutes and hamstrings fire together.
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Ok real talk everyone.... gaining weight can be SCARY! But in both photos, I weigh the same. I remember coming home from freshman year in tears because the doctor told me my weight. I remember in my head KNOWING what I needed to do, restrict restrict restrict. So I did. And I lost 15 lbs. But what came with that weight loss? I began to be afraid of eating, I was afraid to gain weight so I looked up calories at restaurants before I would go out to eat. I would do cardio for eternity and my reward was seeing that stupid calorie count number burned. I sacrificed strength as someone who is at such low calories and weight can’t sustain weight lifting. Yes I still look at that number on the scale and today I think wow... this number doesn’t bother me like it used to. Because at the end of the day, it’s truly JUST A NUMBER! Who cares what that scale says??
Results happen with consistent effort over time... no miracle products here but definitely the best nutrition! The plan is simple... but you gotta be willing to take the chance! Grateful I did 🙏🏽 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
133 Days Til Summer!
What’s your goal before the Summer? 👇🏽👇🏽
A. Lose 5-10 lbs
B. Lose 15-25 lbs
C. Lose 30-40 lbs
D. Lose 50+ lbs
Five Guys burger bowl for lunch/dinner. 😋 Here's what I ordered: Bacon cheeseburger in a bowl with lettuce, pickles, grilled onions, green peppers, grilled jalapenos, mustard and mayo. This is an option at all @fiveguys locations. They will lettuce wrap your burger if you prefer that instead of the bowl. Nutrition information is available on their website. 👍
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Oh, you have the tale twisted. I am not what you thought. You had me down as a damsel? Darling, I’m the wolf.
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I apologize for the amount of beige in this picture 😂 But this is one of my favorite snacks! This fruit dip is so easy to make and is @ww friendly! I never measure ingredients, but all it takes is nonfat greek yogurt, powdered peanut butter, cinnamon, and some honey- then mix together & enjoy 😋🍎
3 1162 hours ago
How to make chicken not suck! 🍗 (swipe to see ingredients in each marinade)
Looking to switch up your chicken routine? I got you covered. These combos are simple and easy to whip up for the week. In the photo, I’m using my silicone, reusable, dishwasher safe @stasherbag to marinade the chicken to help cut down on my use of plastic for the environment and for me!
What to do:
1. Combine ingredients in a bowl.
2. Place chicken and marinade a bag.
3. Marinade in fridge for 2 hours.
4. Bake for 25 min @ 450 degrees for a 7oz breast
Below are the marinades. Each makes 1 serving, multiply for each chicken breast you have.
1 tbsp olive oil
1 tsp honey
1/4 cup cilantro leaves chopped
1 clove garlic minced
Sea salt to taste
Coconut Curry :
1/2 cup full fat coconut milk
1 tbsp red curry paste
1 tbsp curry powder
Sea salt to tase
Jalapeño Lime Marinade
1 tbsp avocado oil
1-2 jalapeños, cut
Sea salt to taste
1 tbsp olive oil
1 tsp minced ginger
1/8 tsp red pepper flake
Sea salt to taste
Inspired by sweetpeasandsaffron.com & eatthegains.com
By @meowmeix .
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