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Friday night chest.
Not doing a ton of weight (heaviest I went this workout was 225 sets for incline bench), just a ton of volume and intense mind muscle connection.
You wanna build your body to look a certain way?
Focus on becoming in tune with your body.
Focus on the contraction and stretch.
Visualize how you wanna look.
@bribonney looking amazing and continuing to inspire ✨
These are after almost one week post show, how's that for your post comp blow out 👊🏼
Now I have no problem with re-feeds and diet breaks post shows, I believe each person needs to approach their post comp differently whether that be for health or psychological reasons.
Binging and blowing out is not something I'm a fan of at all though 🙅🏽♂️
Not only do you set yourself up for excessive fat gain, more often then not because of the abrupt change in lifestyle and eating habit people get sick and/ or their recovery to training will change- so they essentially are not training because of sickness or injury and they are eating poorly. How would that be for an emotional roller coaster? Being lean and healthy one week, then being a completely different look a few weeks later while you feel horrible and can do nothing about it.
Structured re-feeds and strategic decreases in cardio or volume is something people should really consider and coaches should advise.
This allows for all the foods that fills the hearts desire to be eaten without the blow out and damaging effects that would follow.
Bri has killed her first week post show, she's been responsible for her eating throughout the day and has been able to eat out, enjoy herself and eat all the foods she's really been craving.
If you're looking for some motivation and a real role model in this industry Bri's the girl. A healthy balanced lifestyle, living the dream 🙌🏻
It is no secret to people about how important sleep is and the benefits you get from getting a good nights sleep. 😴
Unfortunately sleep is always the first thing to be taken off the list of things to do if something else pops up in your life.
When it comes to losing weight and all round health, sleep is arguably more important than training and nutrition. 😱
During our sleep we are in an anabolic state, meaning that our bodies are resting, repairing and growing. 💪
When we are awake we are in a catabolic state, which isn't a bad thing but all it really means is that we are using our muscles, joints, energy and whole body to function. -----------------------------
That is why good quality sleep is super important to help this process happen, with out doing too much damage. 👍
Every month when I PMS, I constantly craved fried pickles. I would dredge them in a bunch of eggs and flour and fry them in oil, but I knew I had to find a healthier alternative to my craving. And I did! I made my very first ever recipe, conveniently named Beth’s Oven “Fried” Pickles, and it helped me get my fix! The recipe for half a cup of these “Fried” pickles is as follows:
Preheat oven to 450 degrees, and spray baking sheet with a nonstick oil. Use a medium size mixing bowl and add 1/8 cup white flour (2sp) with 1/4 cup Progresso Plain Bread Crumbs (3sp), then add your favorite seasonings! I added salt, pepper, garlic powder, and chili powder :). Mix it together, then cost your pickles in the flour and bread crumb mixture. Next, dredge the pickles into an egg white (you might need 2 egg whites instead of 1) and back into the crumb mixture. Bake 10 minutes then flip the pickles, and bake another 10 minutes. And voila! Guilt free “Fried” pickle snack. 😎
Big words for motivation followed by a hoax about buying my supplements to look like this and enter my code Nonsense20 for 20% off. Real dietary changes and long lasting results come from REAL FOOD and CONSISTENCY. Don't get caught up in what they are trying to feed you. Okay I'm done now bye. 🤷🏽♂️ #flexfriday