Não canso de dizer que você foi a melhor coisa que me aconteceu, teu amor para mim é uma dádiva, um presente do destino. Eu te amo demais e faço qualquer coisa para te ver bem e feliz. Sempre vou agradecer por ter te conhecido, porque você me mostrou que eu precisava me amar primeiro para amar alguém, você me ensinou a ser feliz e o melhor, ao seu lado. #1e10
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As the weeks pass and my body becomes more ‘comp ready’ this is just a reminder that the final product that I bring show day, yes will be impressive (it’s what I’ve been working towards and I will be proud), is not what I would strive for year round. I mean, sure I could stay comp lean year round but at the expense of my enjoyment, relationships, potentially hormones etc and at the end of the day what is the point? That extra few % of body fat would be better served enjoying a dinner out with loved ones rather than drinking water, eating popcorn at the cinemas rather then taking in a protein shake and prioritising training/food above all else.
What I am trying to say is, this physique takes sacrifices and I have nothing to complain about, it is a personal choice and I have so far enjoyed the process (coming from someone who is training 5 times a week, step goal and eating just under 2000 calories - lucky I’ve got a great coach), BUT I want to make clear that regular everyday Gem wants you to understand that comp prep is at the extreme end of dieting/exercise (sure my category is less intense then others, bikini = softer than say fitness/figure) but nonetheless the sacrifices made in the process are for a specific goal and under normal circumstances training/eating is an enjoyable part of my life not the all consuming purpose of it.
P.s yes I stay relatively lean year round, especially my upper body (eating upwards of 3,000 calories/day - this is specific to me 🤷♀️) but the difference with how relaxed my eating/priorities are, is what I am trying to highlight. I would normally aim for a more balanced approach (for me) with life and comp prep is not that (which is fine, as long as I/you are aware) I just want you to understand - appreciate this physique sure (thank you), just know the above 👊
Yesterday was STRESSFUL
I was taken out of my routine, I did a longer work day, I got into bed at 9:15pm and then fell asleep at 10:00pm so I hardly did any reading, and I was just snappy!
We have days like this and it’s ok to be annoyed when taken away from what you know at the times you know, I did just under my step count goal for this week and that made me even more stressed 😥 -
I’ve woke up bloated and watery as fuck! As well as having stomach pains, stress is a trigger for my IBD so today I am going to try and relax even if the day doesn’t go to plan!
I’ll do this by trying not to let the little times and things get to me, I’ll do what I can, leave work when I can and get to the gym for 5pm if I can!
How you do deal with stressful days? Tips welcome ⬇️