No tendré un cuerpo extremadamente delgado, ni el abdomen marcado ni unas piernas de ensueño pero de algo si estoy segura es que ME AMO TAL CUAL SOY... Ese es el principio para cambiar tu vida, en la medida en la que te aceptes tu cuerpo escuchara a tu mente y eso se verá reflejado, estoy contenta con lo mucho o poco que he logrado más no me conformó y día día trato de lograr mis objetivos, después de tener a mi pequeño Robert subí 15 kg los cuales he ido bajando, llevo una vida saludable y real, la cual se basa en una alimentación sostenible y de un entrenamiento que no lastime mi cuerpo, cuida tu cuerpo aprende a diferenciar entre lo sano y lo obsesivo y sobre todo enfócate en tu realidad, ya que cada persona tiene su propia realidad y en base a ella debe fijar su metas 🏁✔️👏🏋️♀️🤸♀️🏃♀️
He shares all his secrets and insider tips on his multi million dollar amazon business!
🌎Leveraging the Power of One of the World’s Largest Retailers, Amazon! You can do it too!
Learn more here @kaching_effect and watch his stories!!! 📱
Next time you think you’re a somebody. Remember this. You are not bigger than the universe and its energies. So remember to respect everyone and people around you and the universe will return that respect to you. Stop hating on people and stop nosing in their life and let them live happily so that you can live happily and peace also. The less you hate the more love you will receive. If someone is not meant to remain in your life let them go and live in peace and harmony with yourself and others around you. You bring peace and calm only by being peaceful and calm. Accepting your destiny is your truest power. Accept it and live. #quotestoliveby#love#respect#fitnessmotivation#motivation#lifemotivation#peace
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Nima and her son Logan. They work out together all the time. They ROCK!!! Today after FULL BODY BLAST class at 9am with Ingrid. At #powerhousegymmurrieta 👊🏻🥇
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Please read this amazing transformation story
I keep being reminded that not everyone knows how I got to where I am now.
Story from today... A guy from our Regional team brought in donuts to work today. I walk in with some cases of water and he says... “ Hey man I brought donuts help yourself.” I kindly replied... “Thank you anyways I brought food I appreciate it tho.” If you’re a human being don’t do this please. “It’s ok just have one it won’t kill you.” I gotta stop the story right here for a moment... Why do we do that?
I mean granted I’m a guy, and have tough skin, and can handle myself... what if the person was recovering an eating disorder, or had blood sugar conditions, or allergies to something you brought?
How do you know it won’t kill me?
Look if you need to make yourself feel better about having a donut by having everyone else have on that’s cool then do that... but don’t please don’t try and coerce someone who politely declined your not so healthy breakfast option.
Honestly he meant absolutely nothing by it... which lead to me explaining to him that it won’t kill me but I don’t want to go back down that road.
Do I like donuts?
I mean who doesn’t??? Did I want one?
The thing is tho I’ve been on this journey long enough to know that a donut would be a setback for what I’m achieving with my group who are doing a program with me.
I turned down a donut for myself, but also for them.
For everyone of them that is faced with temptation to fall off. For every time a friend or co worker offers something not on our plan. For every time they have a weak moment and are about to fall off.
I did because I can... I control what goes into MY body, and no one else has that control but me.
So I told him “why” I was saying no... because literally the day I took this picture on the left I thought I was going to die... December 1st 2015 I tore off my CPAP choking on acid reflux and couldn’t breathe. I ate a roll of antacids and looked myself in the mirror and told myself... “Something has to change starting today.” That was the first day I did a workout at home in my living room... and the rest is history.
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Strength/conditioning/work capacity= death 💀
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Feeling like the luckiest girl as I came home to a box of my favorite CHOCOLATE today 🍫 Besides being the yummiest chocolate I’ve tried, @eschocolate already has my heart for what it stands for 🐾🌿 Turn your chocolate cravings into wildlife support too! My current favorite bar is the Forest Mint + Dark Chocolate, but we’ll see after trying all of these! 😜
Thank you @eschocolate!
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Creation is so rich and so vast that we would never be able to experience it all in one lifetime. Yet, with all there is to see and do, most of us are so bogged down in our day to day routine that we arrive at the end of our lives having experienced nothing but our work and our small social circle. There are only a few intrepid people who try to squeeze as much out of life as they can but they are the minority. .
We are all born curious but somewhere along the line that curiosity is covered up by routine and a humdrum existence. Don't accept this status quo. Instead, turn your life into an adventure and commit to exploring as many different experiences as you can!
Follow @mejorah for more inspirational content and share with everyone who may benefit 🙂 🙏
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❗️Let’s talk body image-The mental image of ones own body. Unfortunately, our culture’s pervasive message that a smaller body shape and size can make us happier, more attractive, and more confident causes many of us to romanticize the upsides of weight loss.
🌟MY journey to love my body has been a struggle- crazy to say after You saw my transformation photo , rite?! BUT that’s the reality of A LOT of people, they just don’t admit it because they want to seem perfect on social media.
✨Instead of focusing on weight loss- focus on overall health & wellness. Society gives us the message that we are not okay as we are. It’s hard to recognize these messages because it’s the cultural water we swim in, which makes us believe it’s the truth, ESPECIALLY in this industry.
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3 years ago I had less than $100 in my bank account.... I've been up
I've been down
I've had no plan, no habits, no action
The reason I want to give back is because I know what it's like to be at the very bottom. To have to start from scratch. And it's tough. There was very little of that phase of my life that I would say was fun.
I can remember going to dinners and hoping my card would clear... Or not knowing if my paycheck would get to my bank account in time to cover rent and student loan payments... So what changed?
I did. I started working on myself. I went to work, and wasn't afraid to start at the bottom.
I was able to get a second job in construction, continued coaching crossfit, got into financial services, traded up full time jobs, upgraded my skill set, and changed where I wanted my life to go.
3 years later my income has increased by 8x. I've paid off 25k in debt, have a healthy emergency fund, and have invested 15% of my income consistently
Now disclaimer: I'm not even close to where I want to be, and would not consider myself to be successful.... However, I have figured out the habits, mindset, and tools to help grow myself and my career consistently.
I'm here to help all of you, regardless of current position, to take control of your financial condition and work towards something better.
And not only improve your wallet. But improve yourself as well.
My goal to see each of you take control of your life.
Are you going to continue to let life be dictated to you?