Happy hump day! 😻 Just a quick accountability post! 😬 I was seriously short of time this morning so all I managed to squeeze in was BodyrockX Live episode 60, a 27 min workout with skipping as cardio plus an 8 min full body burnout! 👊 I say that’ll do for the day! 😉 I’ve been craving Lisa’s chicken curry all week, now I finally had the chance to make it! So yummy!!! Also made some oven baked carrots and sweet potatoes, chicken and my all time favorite flapjacks and an apple raisin cake! 🙊🙈 This cake is based on the protein muffin recipe but since my muffin pan hates me I chose to make a cake instead! 🤪 I understand that this food may not look the most delicious but trust me, it’ll get me further than any cookie or an ice cream ever could! Thanks for keeping me on track, Lis! ❤️❤️❤️ #bodyrocktv#sweatflix#fitness#fitnessmotivation#honeworkout#fullbody#skipping#healthyfood#stayingontrack#lovingit
Okay so I don't generally do this because this is my page for my fitness journey, but writing is my passion and I post about it a lot on my personal page. However, this blog post was about how I'm staying motivated on my journey and if you want to check it out, I'll put the link in the bio ✌🏻️ Happy Thursday everyone! Dos you survive the sugar cravings on hump day? Yesterday was a struggle but I stayed on point ✌🏻️
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Straight-arm lat pulldowns
Add this execise to your back routine to develop a V-shaped Back 💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻 How to do it ?
Stand facing the weight stack at a lat-pulldown station with your feet shoulder-width apart.
Reach up and grasp a standard lat-pulldown bar or long straight bar with an overhand (pronated) grip, hands shoulder-width apart, arms straight.
Start with the bar at shoulder level, arms extended and parallel to the floor.
Bend your knees slightly, keeping your head straight and lower back in a natural arch. Lean forward a bit and inhale deeply.
Keeping your arms straight, pull the bar down toward your thighs in a wide, sweeping arc, focusing on using just your lats as you pull.
Exhale as you pass the midpoint of the move, and squeeze your lats hard once the bar reaches your thighs.
Return to the starting position in a smooth, controlled motion, stopping once your arms are parallel to the floor.
Do 15 to 25 reps as the last exercise of your Back workout, don’t use too much weight, do it the right way!!!