We all know we’re suppose to love our bodies, flaws and all. We grow up. Get stretch marks, have children, loose weight, gain weight, have many different stages of life.
We have to learn to love ourselves at every stage. Some stages are harder to love ourselves in than others. Especially with social media and television showing us how they feel we need to look. It’s a complete mind game.
Continue reading “Perspective After Competing”
I’ve been wanting to set up a logo for my website for some time now and I am thrilled to report I finally have one. I am so excited! My good friend Case did this up for me and I’m so excited to share it with all of you.
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In the competition world you learn a lot from mistakes you make. Sometimes these mistakes knock you down and set you back, but sometimes these mistakes force you to contemplate why you are where you are and make some choices.
Continue reading “Life Lesson”
I find every season of training is different. Just like all of our lives. There are ups and downs. Obstacles and straight aways. We must be adjile and able to maneuver each oncoming situation and distraction and decide to use it to our benefit or as an excuse.
Continue reading “Staying Focused”
Its interesting how a year can change in a blink of an eye. I started out the year horribly hormonally messed up from my last show I did last summer. I couldn’t loose weight (Not that I was overly huge, but couldn’t achieve my fitness goals). I had a coach reach out to me and help me navigate all these issues. Found out I was insulin resistant and pre diabetic. I was shocked. I live a healthy lifestyle and eat better than most people I know. But it was the curve God gave me so I had two choices. Let this be the end of my fitness goals for the year, or take these challenges head on and work through the bumps. Continue reading “Summer Goals”