Your website has offered me so much information and I would like it if you can be my mentor during this life changing time of mine. I was wondering what kept you motivated and keep you motivated during your training and eating habits?It has been a great pleasure coming across your site- you really have inspired to put health as my number one priority. Honestly, the thing that inspires me most is knowing that it is my job to stay in shape.
Hang pictures of yourself when you were in your best shape ever, as well as pictures of someone who you would like to look like all over your walls or your refrigerator.
I still use Carmen Electra calendars in my office, or whoever it is that inspires me at the moment.
Hi Christina, I read all the information on your site and you have been a great inspiration for me.
I am 23 and have dealt with an eating disorder for about ten years.
Just 21 when she won the New York Marathon, Tegla's running career began at the age of seven, when she left home at 6 a.m.
on a chilly January morning to run 10 kilometres to the nearest school... ] Other people I know are very motivated by how their body can look.
Another great butt exercise can be done while you are doing cardio.
Try the stair climber, the precor on an incline, or walking on the treadmill at a 10% grade. I have also recently taken to doing Pilates work, which has several great butt toning exercises.
Could you tell me what is the best to take, when to take (pre-workout or post-workout) and what not to take. One scoop has 23 grams of protein and 0 carbs, 110 calories.