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Make the Bench your Bitch

When I first started working out I did not bench press. Most women find it hard to get into it. I know I did. I felt embarrassed because when I first started I could only bench 55-60 lbs top. Then I decided to make the bench my bitch. I started a chest Day. This is my workout routine. Bench Press: strength Sets first 3-4reps of 75, then 95, then 115, Then drop to volume sets of 8-14 at 75 lbs. Then I’ll repeat this for […]

MACROS

I¬†know many people have a tendency to calorie count, which is important but even more so are the macros you take in! Your macros consist of Protein, Carbs and Fat. When you look at a food label it gives you a calorie count and then a breakdown of how many grams of everything are in the product. There is 4-9-4 rule you can use to determine how many of those calories are Protein, Fats and Carbs. Say you had a Quest Bar; I know I […]

Dead lift and Donuts !!

So here I am going to post a video of me deadlifting 245 lbs! This is my old max from December. I thought to share it because women can be just as strong as men! Keep Grinding! Believe in The Beast It doesn’t matter how slow you go as long a you never stop. – Confucius   IMG_0607

Bro Day

Yes, Bro day. This is what I like to call my workout when I do arms. Which is forearm, bicep, and triceps. I like to call it “BroDay” because, a lot of times you will see men only working on getting bigger arms and not working on their legs! Yickes, HAHA.   When I started weight lifting I did not work my arms as much as I wish I would of. Personally I have always carried much of my fat in my triceps which made […]

Never Give up

How many of you have a hard time staying motivated? I know it is a common problem in many peoples lives, mine included. SO I decided to do a little research on the topic and here is what I found, “Motivation is short-term focused energy. The oldest theories of motivation explain motivated activity as effort to overcome primary deficiencies, such as hunger or boredom. Such theories are difficult to apply because individuals learn idiosyncratic secondary motives as alternative ways of responding to these needs. Three […]

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