I typically love training legs heavy— which, to me, is the only way to create a beautiful shelf and roundness to the glutes. However, some underestimate the power of plyos.
It’s that time of year where pumpkin is everywhere you turn. I absolutely LOVE it! The only downfall is that most fall-themed foods are loaded with sugar and unwanted fat. Luckily, I have a few treats in store for you!
Wow… as I write this, I’m just 10 days away from the prestigious Mr. Olympia! I am so honored to say this will be my second year gracing the stage!
Many people have trouble finding balance in clean eating— either in everyday life habits, or after losing those unwanted pounds. The minute after consuming a normal meal after weight loss, one might feel like they are “fat, bloated and disgusting.”
Struggling to drop those stubborn pounds? Want a less bloated, flat tummy? Need more energy? With a few changes and upgrades to your nutritional program, you can achieve all this and more. Sounds too good to be true, right?
When it comes to eating, I tend to stay in a certain calorie range. On my higher days, I eat in the 1,600-calorie range and on my lower days I eat 1,400 calories. I have always eaten around my training and day-to-day life. But eating clean doesn’t have to be BORING— I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again! I have found I can even have PASTA— yes, PASTA— on my lower calorie days!
Lately, I have been hearing stories about how most women (and even men) are petrified of the gym or eating clean. Well one way or another, they have all been guided down a wrong path or some are listening to the horror stories of friends or family.
My recipes have satisfied my cravings for pizza, cookies, pancakes, cake and the list goes on! I will share two recipes with you. These recipes have been quite popular with almost everyone who has tried them. So I thought my FitnessRx readers would love to get in on the action!
Every minute of my day is planned in advance. From how I spend my minutes to what I eat, it’s never left to chance. Call it OCD. I suppose it’s not a bad thing. In fact, it’s a pretty responsible way to live.
So you’ve finished your contest prep or have met a weight-loss goal. Congratulations! But you may be saying to yourself, now what?
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