You cant see the juicy leg pump because of my sweet purple joggers, but my leg day was as followed!
Forgot my inzer lever belt, and still pushed myself. -Stretched
-Abductor warmup (good girl, bad girl)
-Squats (hitting depth each rep)
-275 for 3 sets of 5.
✊Caught myself mid game of rock paper scissors. Safe to say I won 😎 .
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Had a pretty good workout tonight besides forgetting to breathe on this last set of my shoulder press. Had 5x5 at 215(85%) and everything moved great besides me getting too much in the zone. Took a big breath right before I unracked it and at the top of my 3rd rep things got a little blurry and the bar came down too far forward but I managed to correct it. I'm just happy I'm getting to the weeks where I go up in weight lol. After did a little grip work then switched up and did close grip bench instead of incline. Managed a 10lb rep pr of 345 for 2 sets of 3. Finished with face pulls and lateral raises.
Get comfortable with being uncomfortable
Everyday when I train I writhe in pain because of how hard I push myself. BUT there’s a reason behind me pushing myself beyond my limits, I want so badly to be the best at what I do that I’m willing to shave years off my life, remove comfort and temptations.
To be the best you HAVE to give it your all every single day. No if’s, and’s or but’s that’s the way it has to be. I won’t let anyone distract me from my goal.
I appreciate everyone who supports me, it means a lot!✊🏻
I don’t need to tell you my hustle just know im making every little detail count. I let them talk while i just mind my own business and work in silence. I’m coming for everything. STOP LIVING YOUR LIFE LIKE YOU HAVE A SECOND CHANCE😤
Breakups really do make bodybuilders.
So many people ask me how I got into bodybuilding or what keeps me motivated to keep up with the dedication that goes into it. A few years ago I had my heart broken harder than I ever could have imagined. I was completely broken down and didn’t think I could keep going. For the longest time, the only thing that got me out of bed in the morning was the hope that maybe that day would be the day he would call and tell me he changed his mind, it was pretty pathetic actually. I started spending more and more time in the gym. Working out started to become the only moment of my day I was able to keep him off my mind, it was my new comfort zone, my therapy. I became sick of feeling so low. I wanted to change, and build myself into the strongest version of me I could be. What’s a better start than a bodybuilding competition? Using the heartbreak as fuel, I was able to turn every pain I felt into strength and get first place in my first show! I was able to move on and fall in love with the sport instead. I’m not going to lie and say I’m completely over it, I don’t think I ever will be, but I am a way stronger person for it and I don’t regret the relationship one bit. I’m grateful for the fire it created in me and for making me the person I was forced to become. Who would have thought the one thing that broke me down into weakest I’ve ever felt, became the same thing that builds me up and makes me the strongest I’ve ever been💪🏼