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These bad boys remind me I’m human!

These bad boys remind me I’m human!

Posted: July 30, 2014
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What's your favorite workout?

I actually love doing biceps and triceps. Simple cable curls, barbell curls, hammer curls, tri dips and press, really simple things. Love the after workout pump my arms get! 

Posted: July 30, 2014
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How talk are you? Do you eat clean? How long did it take you to get to this point in your fitness?

By how talk do you mean how tall? I’m 5’9” and a little if that’s what you were asking, so fairly tall. And I try and eat clean whenever I can but we all have our slip ups. And I started taking fitness seriously around September of last year, so just under a year! :) 

Posted: July 30, 2014
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12 to 6. Crazy.

12 to 6. Crazy.

Posted: July 29, 2014
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Finally got around to posting my ‘About Me’ page. Feel free to give it a read and learn a little bit about the girl behind this blog. It was definitely a struggle to write at some parts. Super hard going through old photos and seeing what I used to be. It has a happy ending though! So if you’re interested, click the ‘About Me’ link below my header! Let me know what you think! 

Posted: July 29, 2014
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Posted: July 27, 2014
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It’s so hard to find before pictures because I’m pretty sure I’ve burned them all and they are long gone. The one on the left was taken in 2010 in Germany. Pretty obvious that I didn’t lift anything up and that I liked to eat. All that schnitzel got to me, clearly. The right is me with a neat little sunburn about two weeks ago. Still no abs, but hey, progress right? In terms of weight, left would be around 150ish and the right is probably 135ish. If I had bikini pictures of me from when I was larger, I’d post them. Have to dig through the bowels of my old laptops. Hurray for change!

It’s so hard to find before pictures because I’m pretty sure I’ve burned them all and they are long gone. The one on the left was taken in 2010 in Germany. Pretty obvious that I didn’t lift anything up and that I liked to eat. All that schnitzel got to me, clearly. The right is me with a neat little sunburn about two weeks ago. Still no abs, but hey, progress right? In terms of weight, left would be around 150ish and the right is probably 135ish. If I had bikini pictures of me from when I was larger, I’d post them. Have to dig through the bowels of my old laptops. Hurray for change!

Posted: July 27, 2014
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Anonymous
I'm 1,81m tall and my current weight is about 71. I have still body fat, but i started working out and train my muscles. If I gain muscles, will they just be under my fat or will they replace my fat? I am afraid that I will look ugly. Muscles covered from fat doesn't look so awesome. :S PS: IIII looooove your healthy thoughts and your before and afters. I always think: Look how far she got. She looks so healthy now, beautiful, why can't I ? <3333 Have a nice day girl <3333

Well when you have more muscle on your body, you burn fat quicker. So building muscle will in turn, help you lose fat. Don’t let that be a huge concern for you. A clean diet will also help you lose fat. Combine those with exercise and you will see the results you’re looking for. A little persistence, dedication and hard work will get you looking exactly how you’d like!

Posted: July 27, 2014
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How you start losing weight? i'm started going to gym one month ago but i don't see a progress :((

Patience. Weight loss doesn’t happen overnight or even in a months time. Keep doing what you’re doing and eventually you will see results. 

Posted: July 22, 2014
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Whoever said before and afters were stupid … This is what keeps me going! The left is me around 2 years ago before I had ever started working out. Not large, chunky yes. And the right is me last week. I’ve gone from a size 8/10 to a size 4/6 and I feel unreal. Yes it’s possible to feel super and completely confident at any size, but for me, my current size makes me shine. I love being able to wear whatever I want when I go out and I just feel healthier. All this is simply from hard work at the gym and eating right in the kitchen. Anyone can do it if you put your mind to it! My ask box is ALWAYS open to any questions anyone may have :)

wonderfullifee:

Whoever said before and afters were stupid … This is what keeps me going! The left is me around 2 years ago before I had ever started working out. Not large, chunky yes. And the right is me last week. I’ve gone from a size 8/10 to a size 4/6 and I feel unreal. Yes it’s possible to feel super and completely confident at any size, but for me, my current size makes me shine. I love being able to wear whatever I want when I go out and I just feel healthier. All this is simply from hard work at the gym and eating right in the kitchen. Anyone can do it if you put your mind to it! My ask box is ALWAYS open to any questions anyone may have :)

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Posted: July 22, 2014
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  • I DO NOT COUNT CALORIES. Yes. You read it right. It’s far to exhausting to count every single calorie that I put in my mouth since I am literally always eating. If I want pancakes with maple syrup, whipped cream and berries, I’ll eat them. I do not starve myself in the slightest. There are some days where I will come home from the gym at 11PM and make myself a steak, green beans and roasted red peppers. If I’m hungry, I eat. The key is moderation. Yes it’s okay to have pancakes, but it’s not okay to have pancakes every day of your life. I like to ensure that my diet is balanced and for the most part healthy. I love making myself chicken and steak with rice, vegetables or some sort of side. I try to avoid all processed foods (with the exception of the occasional McDonalds on cheat days). I also have not had a sip of pop in a really, really, long time. Cutting out the gross sugars from sweet drinks and candy has made a large difference for me. In terms of alcohol, when I go out, the only thing I drink is vodka sodas. Personal preference, but I like how there’s no sugar and it pretty much tastes like water. Water .. I drink a lot of it. With every meal at all times of the day. So if I were to lay out a typical day for you in regards to my diet it would consist of breakfast (coffee, yogurt and some berries), snack (usually whatever I can find in my fridge), lunch (leftovers, almost always a protein and some veggies), dinner (I go all out, can be pasta, a meal sized salad, steak, chicken, etc.), followed by bedtime.
  • Half of the time that I go to the gym, I have no idea what workout I’m going to do until I get there. I like to break my days of the week into muscle groups. I often switch up which day is which just because it gets boring walking into the gym every Monday and working Biceps and Triceps. As for the days, I divide my body up into muscle groups consisting of: Biceps and Triceps, Shoulders, Back and Chest, Legs, and Abdominals. I assign each muscle group to a day of the work and workout whatever I feel like doing that day. I ensure that Abdominals are added into every workout every day to develop them as best as I can. I won’t post a huge list of what each day consists of, but if you’d like to see tons of workout plans and use those as a place to start, check out BodyBuilding.com and hit ‘workout plans’. Or you can check out @katyheanfit on Instagram. She posts some workouts and I love love love them! 
Posted: July 22, 2014
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Posted: July 21, 2014
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Posted: July 21, 2014
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Anonymous
do you have any suggestions of how I could work on my arms without weights? you look fab btw, you should be very proud of yourself :))))

Thank you! Arms for me consists of some weight work. But you can also get stuff done without them. Try doing push ups and chin up (assisted or not). You can also do tricep dips and bench dips. If you have resistance bands, you can make a little shoulder press. There’s tons of exercises out there that don’t involve actual weights! :) 

Posted: July 21, 2014
Anonymous
Did your weight go up and down or did you steadily loss weight and/or inches every month from eating right and working out?

I was in college when I started working out seriously, so naturally my weight fluctuated. Now that I’m done and don’t really have all the stressors of school around me, I find my weight steadily declining. I never measured inches per se, but I just noticed when my pants started falling off lol

Posted: July 21, 2014
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