This week was the first week working with my new trainer. To say I was challenged would be an understatement. 45 minutes of cardio a day, 30 minutes of core everyday... one thing I love about fitness, is everyone has a different approach to it. You can learn so much just working out with someone new. And you’re a fool if you don’t think you can learn something valuable from everyone. It’s that change of routine, leaving the comfort zone and trying new things that keeps our body responding to the work we put in. Nothing good ever came from the comfort zone anyway. .
Embrace the change, it’s in change and challenge that we grow. Most of the time things that are worth doing are either massively inconvenient, exhausting, challenging, or terrifying. Does that mean you shouldn’t do them? Absolutely not. Step out of your current reality and limits and then take another step, and another, and so on and so forth. Soon you’ll easily walk over things you once tripped over. Believe in yourself, expand, and ride your chances while you have them. 🙏🏻💗💗
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!! ☘️☘️☘️ I’m half Irish, so I’ve always celebrate this holiday full-force. I’ve certainly toned down over the years, but I am still going to TONE UP, even on a holiday.
Even though you may be celebrating, make sure to get in your workout and follow your meal plan to a T...just playing!!! 😂😂😂 Have that green beer, enjoy some Irish food, party, and have fun if you want to. Stick to your workout and meal plan if you want to. One day isn’t going to make or break you.
Enjoy yourself, whatever that looks like, and be happy with the choice. Have no regrets so make sure your decision is right for you!
@aidenjonesfitness wanted some ideas for new classes when we open the new part of our gym, reckon we’d get much uptake for Juggle Fit 😂
On a side note, perspective is important. This is either a total failure or a brand new 2 Rep Max. It’s all on how you look at it #trainingwithnrg
Wish my back could be as straight as it is on the cover image 😐 deadlifts have ALWAYS been the hardest exercise for me to get right technique wise. I'm great at explaining the cues and steps to others, but my damn body just cannot follow what I say! I haven't deadlifted in over 2 weeks.. this was from a few weeks ago, did sets of 3..