No pain, no gain. We’ve all heard this famous quote. It is very common to relate muscle soreness with a great workout but it SHOULD NOT be an indicator.
I’m pretty sure we’ve all heard so many times “Abs are made in the kitchen” “Fitness is 20% exercise and 80% nutrition” again, I hate to break it out for you but it’s not a cliché, it’s entirely true.
You know how we have different hashtags depending on the day #TransformationTuesday #ThrowbackThursday #OnFridaysWeFlex well, don’t forget the most important one #SundayMealPrep. Meal prep really makes the difference to achieve your desired weight. Continue reading “On Sundays, we meal prep”
How many times we’ve said “This will be my year! I’ll be in the best shape of my life” “Hear me out, this year I will workout!” “I’m going to pay for a full year membership, because if I pay for it, then I’ll definitely go the entire year!” I think we all know how it ends, the first couple of months you can clearly see a gym full of people, people running in the park, etc and by March all this motivation goes away.
Confession time: I really suck at running, I really do. I’m slow, my running form is terrible, and the list goes on and on. Truth is, I have never given it the time to be a better runner, I usually “survive” the run during a triathlon. And after uncountable injuries over the last 5 years I realized it was time to target the root cause.
We’ve all experienced the feeling after a long eight-hour (read 10-hour) workday when all we want to do is go home, eat, get into bed and turn Netflix on -even though you totally planned to hit the gym after work- On today’s post I’ll share with you 7 easy tips to workout- after work. You can now officially cross your excuses off your list.