Fitness comes in all shapes and sizes. It’s important to remember you don’t have to look like a fitness model sports queen to be consistently into fitness. ANNNND to be quite frank you definitely don't need to be royalty to start a blog to reach out to people just like you.
I’ve had so many different styles of fitness based on the season of life I’m in.
Point is, it’s important to be PATIENT with yourself and love your body through ALL its phases.
You don’t have to have a 6 pack and 10%body fat to be happy and beautiful
This has been a emotional journey for me. My fitness journey began in 2014 with my first figure show. While training for my second show in 2015 I found out I was pregnant. I went from 135 pounds to 210 pounds in 9 months till my son was born.
After my son was born in 2016 I dabbled in the CrossFit workouts because they were quick and fun for most part.
From 2017-2019 I was in better shape than ever and i wasn’t tracking my food!
Then came 2020.... A gloomy year for us all............(too soon?)
I gained weight because of stress and depression. I was having digestion issues because of my gallbladder and couldn’t find a consistent routine for workouts since the pandemic was changing my schedule every week... July 2020 was when I got my gallbladder removed and from then till recently I’ve felt so unhappy with my body.. Not because the way I LOOK.
I became unhappy because i didn’t have a consistent workout routine & didn’t FEEL like ME.
Sounds stupid but for some of us working out is like a breath of fresh air, and what we need to relax. Life just hit hard and I found myself living for others , so much it took a toll on my overall health.
Recently I’ve made an effort to take care of myself and set aside time for things I love, one of them being creating workouts...
No, I don’t have 1million followers .
No, I don’t have an awesome sponsorship.
Yesss, I realize that in this generation EVERYONE is making workouts and posting them so what’s the difference?
The difference is this,
I get excited to make workouts, I feel a sense of purpose. No matter if i have an 8 pack or a two pack & a C-section kangaroo pouch, I’m still a human that loves fitness and genuinely feels happy doing it.
So weather your here for information, advice, or just to straight up CREEP, I am here to tell you I am starting the journey ALLL over again with 2020 stress pounds, post surgery scars and more drive than I have ever had.
Buckle up buttercup, were going on this health/wellness/fitness journey together.
Are you ready?