Weekly Workouts + What I Ate in a Day

Weekly Workouts + What I Ate in a Day

Time to chat. About motivation. When you look back at your 2015, did you stay motivated with your goals or did you go through your ups and downs? When I started my fitness path years ago, I was never consistent. I constantly tried then gave up. Then tried again and gave up again. All because I wasn’t seeing the results I wanted right away. I thought that muscle was something that just appeared after a couple of weeks. Damn was I wrong. Before starting CrossFit 6 years ago, I was never consistent about hitting the gym. I didn’t like being there, I didn’t enjoy working out, and I definitely wasn’t seeing results. So I constantly gave up and said that a diet or a workout just didn’t work for me. That just wasn’t the case. I wasn’t working for myself. I wasn’t putting in the time, the sweat, the energy, the frustration. I was just giving up when the going got tough.

Until CrossFit. CrossFit gave me something to work for. It made me push myself every day, and that’s what I needed. When I found CrossFit, I also found consistency. But that doesn’t mean I saw results right away. The thing I’ve always had the hardest time with is building muscle in my legs. I was never an athlete growing up and never consistently worked out, so my legs were very difficult to build. I just chalked it up to genetics and said I would never have a certain look that I wanted. But just because I thought that didn’t mean I gave up on working out and eating healthy. For the past six years, I’ve worked out 5-6 days per week, I’ve eaten healthy while still enjoying…

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