I took 3 days off of the gym, and I’ve never felt better. Physically, and mentally. Pay attention to your body and know when to decrease stress. I find when I’m stressed I experience a lot of inflammation and fatigue. Overall not a good feeling, so why push myself further at the gym when I may just be going backwards. This photo was taken this morning ☺️
Happy Monday 🤘🏽#selfloveclub
We made sausage vege frittata on Friday night & it was amazing 👌🏻🍳
I didn’t get to the gym today 😫
Next week will definitely be a challenge hobbling around in there lol can’t wait to be healed up but nothing I can do. 🤷🏻♀️
Wanted to talk again about tracking food. I don’t think people realize that tracking your calories is the literal guarantee to reaching their fitness goals. You can start a new “diet” and lose weight, or not. Everything is a guessing game until you actually start accounting for what you’re putting in your mouth. I do not understand why so many people view this step as optional. The people who do, are usually the ones who I see talking about being “stuck” all the time and not seeing any progress. You HAVE to be in a caloric deficit to lose weight. A fool proof way to ensure you are is by tracking your food. .
I have seen people say, “I am in a deficit and not losing weight” If you are not losing weight you are NOT in a caloric deficit period. It takes a week or two to get used to tracking until it’s second nature. You’ll also want to track if you’re trying to gain weight, or you may end up gaining a ton of fat along the way. .
People who track their food are not obsessive, i do not see how tracking and accounting for your food is viewed this way. It guarantees our bodies are getting exactly what they need. In a world that is extremely unhealthy, more people may want to consider paying closer attention to what they are consuming.