Remember how I was saying I let go of some boundaries and have been focusing on my revamping my HIIT + Strength E-Guide?
Well I am officially finished with the four weeks.
Here’s my before and after:One thing I want to mention is that I did not change my diet. I still ate cookies, donuts, pizza and such. I wasn’t looking for weight loss, but rather focusing on building strength and muscle [plus revamping the e-guide].
But during week three, I was really thinking to kick it up a notch. I don’t think I’ve ever shared this on my blog but I used to be into bodybuilding. Before I had my laparoscopy, I has been focusing on bodybuilding for maybe two months. After the surgery, I was recovering and then I got pregnant shortly after with my oldest.
That was almost SEVEN years ago.
I wanted to get back into bodybuilding a couple of years ago but my ex-husband was against it. He said that it was a vain sport – nothing wrong with that opinion.
HOWEVER, what was wrong was that my ex-husband chose not to support me in my goals. While I was okay with not doing bodybuidling to please him, I realized I was putting my growth on the back burning for someone else.So I hired a nutrition coach.
It was someone who I met years ago at an old studio I taught spin at. Through a random encounter, I found her Instagram and started following her. I saw all her meal prep posts and it just got me in the mood to work hard to transform myself.Is it vain? Maybe to some.
But I just want to prove to myself that I can actually do it. Bodybuilding is intimidating and scary – I was always just dipping my toes in it. Now I’m diving right in to see where this journey can take me.
My revamped HIIT + Strength E-Guide plus nutrition coaching for the next 12 weeks… I can’t wait to see the results.I’ll be sharing updates here and there, so stay tuned!
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Good luck! It’s amazing how much of bodybuilding is in the diet!
Thank you so much! And you’re absolutely correct about diet. 👌💪💪
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