Are you struggling to set up your diet and routine for your goals? Check out my ebook by clicking the link in my bio 💪🏼. - One of the more popular questions I get asked by teenagers is whether or not lifting weights stunts growth. The simple answer is no, it does not. I certainly don’t recommend attempting to lift too heavy with bad form or loading up a heavy squat to max out since you’re relatively inexperienced and could get injured which theoretically, depending on the extent of the injury, could potentially have a negative impact on growth. However, whether you’re a teenager or not, you should be lifting safely and not attempting to lift weights you can’t handle with improper form anyway. Just be safe, don’t do anything you know you shouldn’t be doing, and you’ll be fine. An injury due to unsafe lifting is far more likely than it stunting your growth. - If you’re interested in working with me 1 on 1 for a custom plan tailored to your goals, send me an email for more information on online coaching 💪🏼.
For those of you who don't know, I wrote an Ebook a few months ago. (Click the link in my bio to view a free preview). The goal of this book is to allow you to bypass that initial confusion and frustration stage when you first get into working out and dieting. We've all been there where we have no idea what the best routine or diet to follow is and we hear different opinions from everyone. This will get you on your way to seeing results. In the few months that it has been out, I've been overwhelmed by the positive feedback and have not received one complaint which makes me feel like it was worth putting the time into this. - Topics include: 1. How To Figure Out Macros 2. 10 Things I Wish I Knew When I Started Lifting 3. Deciding Whether To Bulk or Cut 4. How To Bulk Correctly 5. How To Cut Correctly 6. Sample Diet Plan 7. Reccomened Foods 8. Flexible Dieting/IIFYM Explained 9. How To Adjust Calories When You Stall 10. Reccomended Workout Routines 11. Sample Workout Routines 12. Cardio Recommendations 13. Supplement Recommendations - Additionally, if you purchase the book you can email me or DM me any questions for life and I'll be happy to help whether it's directly related to the book or not.
Are you "skinny fat"? 🔈sound on . ✖️When I was in 9th grade, I was fed up with being called chubby, and decided to count my calories for weight loss. For the next 4-5 months, I was able to lose over 20lbs. Ridiculous and sad, I know - but I’ll save that rant for another day...because today I’m here to talk about what happened AFTER I lost all of that weight. . ✖️In that 4 month time period, I went from a 120lb girl to a 100lb girl… but I was confused to see that my body looked EXACTLY the same, cellulite and all… I was just a lot smaller. It wasn’t what I envisioned to say the least, because I was SKINNY FAT. . 👉🏻Skinny fat is more formally described as someone that has a low weight, but has a disproportionately high amount of body fat in comparison, causing a little extra flab here and there on a fairly small frame. . 👌🏻Nothing is wrong with having this body type and you should NOT be ashamed if you have this body type, but it IS seemingly a paradox… to be skinny and fat. And for that reason, I’ll describe the reason WHY this happens to a body, and what you can do to change or avoid this phenomena. . 👉🏻If you’re ‘skinny fat,’ chances are that you’ve gone on a diet or gone to the gym at one point in your life. The problem with WEIGHT LOSS diets, is that you’ll end up losing fat AND muscle. . ❌This means that your body fat percentage may essentially stay (proportionally) the same, causing you to look like a smaller version of the person you are right now. . ❌This is especially true if you ONLY do cardio… and this isn’t necessarily what we want out of a diet. . 🤔So what do you do? . ✅Lift weights, my friend… lift weights. Resistance training counteracts the idea that you have to lose muscle while on a diet. It adds muscle mass and definition to your skinny fat frame, improving your overall body composition and “”””toning””” you up. And better yet, if you’re a beginner,you could
Are you struggling to set up your diet and routine for your goals? Check out my ebook by clicking the link in my bio 💪🏼. - Great simple push-up post by @pheasyque. The first two are perfectly fine. The first one is going to primarily hit your chest and the second one will primarily hit your triceps. The third one can cause some shoulder impingement and should be avoided all together. However, a combination of the first two is a solid option to incorporate into your workouts especially if you don’t have access to a gym💪🏼. - If you’re interested in working with me 1 on 1 for a custom plan tailored to your goals, send me an email for more information on online coaching 💪🏼.
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Are you struggling to set up your diet and routine for your goals? Check out my ebook by clicking the link in my bio 💪🏼. - I have a confession to make. In most pictures where I am “relaxed,” I’m not completely relaxed since I’ll still try to subtly flex my abs. I know I’m not the only one who does this. Don’t lie. However, here is a comparison of a completely relaxed picture (because I wasn’t ready yet 😳) and a typical relaxed picture where I might be more relaxed than a “flexed” picture but you can tell by my abs that I’m not completely relaxed. At least I’m honest 😁. - If you’re interested in working with me 1 on 1 for a custom plan tailored to your goals, send me an email for more information on online coaching 💪🏼.