Day 189 - Rest Day Wasn’t able to get back into the house until the afternoon, and after that we had a shit ton of cleaning and a ton of meal prepping to do. Back to the gym tomorrow and I can’t wait, I really hate taking days off, I’m completely addicted to the gym and I love it.
Got up to do the roll & Release & then went for a walk. Tried to relax a bit today but was still fiddling with jewellery pieces & poured tester candles for a new wax. 💪🏻 1. 80 Day Obsession Recovery Roll & Release 17 minutes 2. 40 minute walk 🍽 Breakfast M1 - PB protein powder shake Snack M2 - 1.5 vegan Waffles Lunch M3 - Decaf tea Snack M4 - 1/2 GF Daiya cheese sandwich Dinner M5 - Broth
#repost from @aaronelijahmoore with @regram.app ... Hardest think I’ve ever done was lean out. Down to 178. Sterling @hardbodyfitnessbc worked his ass off keeping me motivated and pushing through those horrible plateaus for almost eight months. Can’t thank him enough. BUT he was quick to realize that the shape I want is a much longer journey. After 8 weeks maintenance eating, a physical, and blood work, we started growing. Within two weeks I rebounded back with close to 15lbs body fat around my waist. Sterling worked like crazy helping me re evaluate my calories and, getting me through the “depression.” Its starting to click. Will spend the rest of the year growing and then lean out. Exciting to see my weight going up, waistline shrinking back slowly, and training intensity up like I’ve never seen it. We’ve set some good year long goals, and I expect to meet them. Thanks sterling for being a friend and the right coach for me. @hardbodyfitnessbc #oldschoolmuscle ------------------------------------------------------------------ #client#training#personaltrainingcanada#personaltraining#transformation#fit#fitness#weightloss
Days till Gladiator Race - 35 - So Sundays are usually my day to recharge and do my shopping as well as prep my food for the week, but instead of posting what I bought I figured why not give some grocery shopping advice, especially when wanting to eat healthier. If you're like me and are on a student budget looking at the weekly ads is a must; the weekly ads are how I choose what I'm going to eat for the week. This week chicken may be on sale, but next week turkey may be on sale. If I can, I like to buy a few extra pounds and freeze them so I have something when meat is not on sale. If you are a vegetarian or vegan adjust accordingly. I also suggest you go in with a focus and a list. This allows you to stay on track and make sure you get what you need, not cookies and chips. Something I heard a lot when I first started doing my own grocery shopping was to stick to the perimeters of the store. This is where you will usually get your animal/non-animal proteins, dairy, fruits, and vegetables as well as some grains. I also find it to be where cheaper items are. Instead of buying $3-$4 bags of chips in the middle aisle, in the produce section, you could get jicama which also has that crunchy feel for a lot cheaper. I usually go to my protein first as that is the first thing when entering the store them dairy where I get things like Greek yogurt and end it in the produce section getting some veggies. The key is to make the market work for you. If you know that they always have cookies by one entrance go through the other. At first, doing your own shopping on not only a budget, but also with health in mind can seem daunting but trust me, it gets easier! - - - - - - #gladiatorrocknrun#obstaclecourse#ocr#5krace#training#healthylifestyle#healthy#running#firsttimerunner#excited#bucketlist#nextisthespartanrace#aroo#getfit#nutrition#sunday#groceryshopping#market#weightlosssupport#weightlossjourney#weightloss#fattofit#fatloss#lifestylechange#workout