If you follow me on IG you already know my latest news, but here sharing in my blog too. If you are new to me, over the course of my transformation I have lost 145lbs since having my daughter in 2016. I did this all naturally through diet and exercise and many rounds of cutting reversing, and maintaining. I went from the photo on the left to the one in the middle.
Then 10 weeks ago I took a big step and had a full tummy tuck to remove the extra skin I had on my lower abdomen as well as a breast lift and augmentation. (The weight loss plus 2 years and 9 months of breast feeding left me with nothing😂 and yes you can lose weight while breast feeding! I lost over 100lbs and my milk supply was fine!) The photo on the right was taken yesterday. I am ahead of the curve on my recovery and back at it with regular training and nutrition aligned with my fitness goals.
Something I am a big advocate about is reminding people that this process takes a long time and loads of patience, but it is worth the wait. It’s imperative that we create new and lasting habits along the way so we can not only keep our results, but improve them year after year. This is so much better than a quick fix that dissolves even faster due to unsustainable approaches and unrealistic expectations. (If I didn’t have good habits already in place that I maintained post op, things could look very differently right now.)
Over on IG I share loads about my journey via weekly updates in my stories and regularly post macro friendly recipes, full days of eating, and training videos.
I hope you enjoy and find my content helpful🤗.
Whatever your goals, you’ve got this! The little things we do each day add up big time if we don’t quit.👊
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2 simple and practical things I do to help me reach my daily nutritional and activity goals.
1. I enjoy my fruit or vegetable and a glass of water at the beginning of my meals. This helps ensure I eat slowly, I chew my food, and creates more satisfaction from my meal as a whole. It gives my body more time to recognize that I have eaten my meal.
2. I take extra trips around the house and up and down the stairs when doing my everyday tasks.
It can be hard to build new habits when it comes to creating a healthier and active lifestyle. That’s why it is best to keep things as simple as possible.
Start fresh everyday and do your best.
If you are interested in having me coach you on your own fitness journey check out my Online Fitness Coaching Service. I’d love to take the guess work out of it for you so that you can start getting the sustainable results you deserve.