@kaleidoscopejuice latte in hand, beautiful day in Scottsdale with @visionwall ❤️ Nothin gets better than that. Alex and I have lived in Arizona for almost 1.5 years. It was the best decision we ever made. I guess I’m a dessert girl 🌴🌵🌞 Who else lives in Arizona!?
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4 sets; Reps 12,10,8,6 (as the reps go down, weight goes up)
⭐️SPLIT SQUATS // BANDED HIP THRUSTS
3x10 each exercise (no rest between exercises)🤪
⭐️SMITH MACHINE BACK EXTENSION 4x10
⭐️SINGLE LEG EXTENTIONS // CLOSE TOGETHER STANCE LEG PRESS
3x10 each exercise (no rest between exercises)
Hope you like this fabbb workout, I enjoyed it a lot🤓🔥give it a save to try it xx
Did you know your appetite is influenced by your DNA? 🍔
The ‘A’ allele of the FTO (fat and obesity-associated gene) is associated with greater feelings of hunger and less feelings of satiety (fullness) after a meal.
People who have the AA genotype are 70% more likely to become obese compared to those with the TT genotype. They also weigh on average 3kg more.
People who have the AT genotype are 30% more likely to become obese.😲
The FTO gene is thought to affect how the brain responds to food. In those carrying the A allele, studies show that the brain’s reward circuitry is more responsive to high-calorie foods🍩
People carrying the A allele are also more sensitive to ghrelin: a hormone that signals hunger and tells you to eat more.👩🔬 If you carry the ‘A’ allele, you may notice you feel hungry more often and are less likely to feel full after eating🤔
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In 2017, @mjcanuck introduced me to weight training and after he moved to Paris in 2018, my excitement around it waned. Now in the last 5 months I’ve really been re-invigorated and learning Olympic/Power Lifts has really helped me to set new fitness goals based on weight lifts and reps instead of inches and pounds. My weight and size is going up. And that’s okay. Can I fit my booty into a size 2? Hell no. But can that booty squat over 200lbs over and over. Hell yes!
I get that doing heavier lifts isn’t for everyone but I can’t stress how important incorporating some activity into your lifestyle is, ESPECIALLY in the spirits industry. It’s truly going to help your mind, body and soul.
Are you incorporating exercise into your life? If so, what are you doing? What motivates you to move (besides drinking whisky of course 🙃)? Let me know in the comments below!!!
I'm a big eater and I enjoy eating big. This is why I'm more strategic in the foods I eat when I'm in a caloric deficit so that I can continue to eat BIG!
If you're like me, you like a full plate and you never like "feeling" like you are in a deficit, so by
understanding that different foods have different caloric values, you will have more control over how big your meals can be.
RICE VS SWEET POTATO
For a 100g serving, Brown Rice scores a 72g Carbohydrate content while Sweet Potato scores a low 20g Carbohydrate content for the same 100g serving.
This means that if I choose the sweet potato over the brown rice, I can have more total food on my plate without it eating too much into my total daily calories.
This just goes to show that being in a deficit isn't all doom and gloom, and that you can still eat like a king -- provided you are smart about your food choices.
Truth be told... I’d rather just eat doughies all day 🤤🍩😂
- #doughboy 🍩 #trexgains 🦖
"Press forward. Do not stop, do not linger in your journey, but strive for the mark set before you." - George Whitefield
I used to never do hip adductors... But now that @chris_green_classic makes me to do it every week, it's def help explosiveness. Just don't make eye contact lol
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Missing the gym so much! The only thing I can do for myself right now are body weight exercises and some band work. Doing my best to keep active...I have my own personal struggles while traveling. But traveling isn't an excuse to not stay active, my body refused to be sedentary especially working from home where I just sit pretty much all day in front of a computer. Waaahhh!! Tomorrow we are checking out a gym close by. #breakfromwork#bodyweightworkout#dragonpistolsquat#movethatbody#keepstrong