I’m always looking for new hikes and new sights to see. For me, a hike is such an underrated adventure. It truly allows you to appreciate the beautiful world we live in and often take for granted.
If you’ve read my posts on my daily diet and diet breakdown, you know that a huge portion of what I eat is chicken. Breaded chicken cutlets are a staple in my house. They’re delicious, can be made into an array of different recipes and are a great source of protein. People are constantly asking me how I can be eating the same thing daily without getting tired of it, so I thought I would share a few of my favorite, fit-friendly ways I incorporate chicken into my diet!
Back in January I posted a blog about getting abs from your living room floor. After receiving a lot of positive feedback, I thought I would put together a post on how to tone your shoulders and back! Summer is around the corner (finally) and while your first thought may be about getting a toned stomach, don’t underestimate the attractiveness that comes with having a toned upper back when wearing sleeveless attire!
Protein: there are so many different types and brands which can make it extremely overwhelming to pick one that’s right for you. You might be worried protein will cause you to bulk up or may simply think you’re getting enough and don’t need to spend the money on protein powder.
Cardio vs. weights. Which is better? While I’ve read endless posts from fitness gurus and specialists regarding the differences, benefits and drawbacks of both; I can speak from experience on my own fitness journey and results.
If you follow me on Instagram, you’re likely to see me posting a picture of my morning bowl of oats approximately once a week. Oatmeal is my go-to breakfast that I just can’t get enough of.
Those who know me well know that I’m an advocate of living a healthy lifestyle. Right off the bat, people assume that means eating well and hitting the gym often. While those are both things I try and encourage others to get on board with, the #1 thing I can’t stress enough is the importance of taking care of your mental health as well as your physical health.
After posting my blog on my at-home ab routine, a lot of people have been messaging me about what my daily diet consists of. Spending day after day in the gym without seeing results can be really discouraging. People often forget about the saying, “abs are made in the kitchen,” when putting in all that hard work. Working out is only half the battle on your journey to abs!
I personally love going to the gym. I love the atmosphere that comes with seeing other people working out. It provides that extra motivation to push a little harder. In an ideal world I’d be able to go everyday, but sometimes that just isn’t feasible.
Hello readers! I mentioned toward the beginning of summer that I would post my daily diet so that you could get an idea of what I’m eating to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Keep in mind that this is a diet that works for me and my own person goals, which are to gain weight by building muscle rather than lose weight which would require a different diet. Feel free to use this as inspiration to figure out a diet for your own goals!