2011: struggling with depression, EDNOS and self harm. 2012: still depressed, self harm was at its worst, eating less than 1000 cal a day 2013: best shape of my life. Eating 1500ish calories, lifting heavy, happy. Two years of difference. The big changes were made in the past 6 months. Do big things to see big changes
This morning I did a light workout with clients. But things got Real when I got home and did a Workout in my Living room. Turned on some Justin Timberlake - Let the groove get in🎶 Arms: 5X20 Tricep curls with Resistance Bands, 3X15 Bench Dip. Core: 5X25 Vertical Crunch, 3X30 Double Crunch, Legs: 5X30 Quad Lifts, 3X60 Calf Raises, Cardio: Run in place for 1min 5X, 3X50 Jump Rope, Glutes: (Butt) 4X35 Squats, 4X20 Hydrates Rt & Lf leg. Btw my ASSS is on Fyiahhh🔥🔥 PLEASE Google or YouTube the Workout for demonstration if you do not know what it is. If I Can do it You Can Do it too. Sweatpants were purchased at H&M 👍
Shit like this only serves to create unhealthy relationships with food. EATING CUPCAKES WILL NOT MAKE YOU HUGE THE HUMAN BODY DOES NOT WORK LIKE THAT OMFG I AM SO SICK OF SEEING THIS BULLSHIT ON MY DASH
bless claires comment but also does anyone see the bit of irony of using an image of a woman drinking gatorade to state that cupcakes make women huge?
Say what you will, but we love Britney Spears. We always have, and we always will.
And while many may disagree with us on her talent/sanity, one thing everyone can agree on is that girlfriend had a mean set of abs back in the early 2000s.
While browsing for ab workouts, I found this routine that Princess Spears allegedly did to get her banging bod back in the day.
Give it a go and let me know how you like it! I’ll be trying it out tonight.
Warm up: 10 minutes on cardiovascular machine (treadmill, stationary bike, etc) at a medium pace. Abs: 50 crunches, 50 bicycle twists, 50 hip raises Strength Circuit: 50 bicep curls (5lbs or higher) 50 triceps raises (5lbs or higher) 50 push ups 50 squats Abs: 50 crunches, 50 bicycle twists, 50 hip raises Strength Circuit: 50 bicep curls (5lbs or higher) 50 triceps raises (5lbs or higher) 50 push ups 50 squats Abs: 50 crunches, 50 bicycle twists, 50 hip raises Strength Circuit: 50 bicep curls (5lbs or higher) 50 triceps raises (5lbs or higher) 50 push ups 50 squats Abs: 50 crunches, 50 bicycle twists, 50 hip raises Back to Cardio & Abs: 30 minutes of jogging on treadmill or elliptical machine Insane Abs Finale 50 crunches 50 bike twists 50 hip raises Do each 3 times through. Try your hardest to not stop, but obviously, unless you’re Miss Spears, it’s fine to take a break.
This workout is not short— on average it’ll be about 90 minutes of pure intensity (I mean, it comes to almost 2000 ab reps).
This could be something you do once a week, although doing it repeatedly I don’t recommend. It’ll not only be extremely draining, but you don’t want your body to get too used to the same motions or else you won’t see the results you want.