Something a little different today…this post is in response to a few questions i’ve received over how to start the lifting process and not feel like a complete numpty, so here’s my advice, to you, from me!
I started using weight training as a way of exercising for nearly 2 years now, and I can honestly say, I’m sure you’ve read all this before, that my results are on another planet when compared with cardio…so thought I’d at least TRY and encourage some of you lovely lot to give it a go…
As a fitness fanatic whose into her makeup, I tend to find myself caught in two worlds. One where you look dolled contoured-up, lashes glued and highlighter on fleek, and the other with little to no makeup on, red-faced and sweating through your top. It can get stressful at times, but we’ve always got these products to hand to help sort out a bad, gym-related situation. If they’re not in your hand already, they’ll be in your bag waiting to be viciously grabbed to quickly fix the mishap.
Let me know if you’re the same and that I’m not alone in this beauty/gym world…
On with the blog post, something a little different today but hopefully just as entertaining and relatable as all of my others. I’d like to see how similar my thought processes are in one of my first exercise classes in comparison to you lovely lot! These are all in jest and meant to be humorous…now I’ve said that they kinda have to be don’t they. Maybe you’ll read something familiar…let me know if you do!
I’m blogging abnormally soon after my last post about lazy gym hacks, mainly because I wanted to say a HUGE thank you as I’ve reached over 250 followersnow! Should I make a twitter & Instagram for this blog? Would you guys be interested in that? Please let me know!
I love giving you guys entertaining posts to read. And it’s also comforting to know that some of the stuff I write relates to others too – I’m not alone!
Anyways,on with the blog post Katy. Today was my rest day, unexpectedly due to university studies taking priority for once, but I wondered if it would help to share what I do on my rest days with all you. It would be great to know what you get up to too, comment below and I’ll be sure to get back to you.
Hope everyone is well and your fitness journeys are going swimmingly! I’m just about to reach 250 followers…eek! Motivation levels at it’s peak! I’m thinking about setting up an instagram and twitter for this blog too – what do you think?
After a week of finally deciding what I want to do with my life after university (Digital and social media marketing), I’ve been having a bit of a lazy weekend. And the fact that its valentines day. Ok so you caught me slipping..I can’t be alone though right?
Here’s some lazy gym girl fitness hacks that help me push through a workout when I really really don’t wanna. Hope it helps…
Before I get into the meaty bits of this blog post, I just wanna say that I reached 50 blog posts! Im chuffed with myself for persevering with this blog and giving you guys some interesting, funny (I hope) and relatable blog posts. That’s all I wanted from this. So thanks for all of you support!
Anyways, as you’ve read the title, this is me sharing with you some habits that I’ve picked up along my fitness journey, not sure where from, but they’re frickin’ annoying. Do you have the same?…
Thanks again for the 200 followers! It’s been a while I know, but I have good reason. My university work and lifestyle has completely swallowed me up this term – in a good way. My works flowing and my workouts are killing me! Also, my new years resolutions seem to be going good too. So I’d thought I’d share with you ways that help me stick to a workout routine and most importantly, my resolution!
After doing a recent post on just a handful of plank variations, I received great feedback on how helpful it was and how people were unaware that there were even 4 variations!
Planks don’t have to be as hard as they’re made out to be, sure the advanced ones are impressive, but an incredible amount of work still goes into even the easiest move out of the lot. I seem to get the impression the the P-word creates the same dreadas the mention of the TRX. I want to break that stereotypical view of the plank, and make it more appealing and accessible to everyone!!
So brace yourselves for this post as I explore different variations, from thegreatist.com site (ask for full web address), all at different workout levels which lets me accommodate to what you’re looking for in a workout!