Imagine this…you are on a beautiful, peaceful island laying in a hammock. You’re completely relaxed, the sun is shining and you’re sipping on coconut water.
To be successful in accomplishing goals, one must possess certain qualities. One must be driven and motivated. One must also have the ability to stay focused on the goal and to be able to push through obstacles along the way. Although possessing all of those qualities is helpful for goal attainment, we must be careful to not get too consumed.
We all put so much effort into our physical appearance. We get our hair done, manicures and pedicures. We do cardio, lift weights…and the list goes on. Physical beauty is great and all, but what does it count for if we are unhealthy on the inside?
I visited a sports doctor a while back when I was having other issues with my legs and he had orthotics made for me. They definitely helped but I thought they would've prevented any further issues. I was wrong.
How in the world can running be relaxing? Well, it can be! In this article, I’ll tell you how with my tips on how to make running something to look forward to rather than dread or avoid.
Remember that thing you made a few weeks ago? What's that called again? Oh yeah, your New Year’s Resolution. How's that going? Are you on track? I know I'm bombarding you with questions but I wanted to remind some of you to MOVE YOUR ARSE!
The attitude with which you begin your morning usually dictates what the rest of that day will be like.
I can't believe the Arnold Classic is only four weeks away. Holy wow! Time flew by. I am excited about everything that weekend.
I am very pleased to be a part of Bombshells Give Back, a charity for Breast Cancer Awareness. On February 9th, Team Bombshell will be hosting the biggest camp of the year, “SUPER CAMP.” We will all run a bridge to show our support for Breast Cancer Awareness.
Are you interested in learning how competing actually works, what the NPC and IFBB are all about, what the judges are looking for, and the do's and don'ts of posing?
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