As you know, I love abs, abs love me.
Here is my current Fitness Routine & Diet because that obviously plays a huge role in how I feel and look.
5 days a week, Monday-Friday 7-8am, this week I'm doing 8-9m because my body needs more rest.
Stretch 15 - 20 mins, I include my handstands here, rolling & splits
Training: I alternate every other day
a) Strength (I have a 3 day split - 1. legs 2.back & bis 3.Chest & tri's)
I honestly do shoulders everyday's just a little because it's the most fun for me
b) Cardio (30 minutes usually on the treadmill or stairmaster)
I also include kicks (kickboxing kicks)
I wish my routine was a little more specific but because I know I train at least an hour a day, my training routine had become more "fun" and what I feel like doing in the moment. I have an intention for the day - eg. cardio. or back day - but I also am flexible (lol literally and figuratively) if I feel like stretching for 30 mins I will, or if I do more handstands/shoulders/calisthenics I will.
What is most important I would say is showing up for yourself. If you're not able to go to the gym, carve our 60 minutes for yourself, uninterrupted. And make it happen.
When I was training at home, I would make it super simple
100 sit ups
100 push ups
Boom thats it~ easy to follow, just do it.
When Rumble was open I was going there daily instead of to the gym, when it opens up again I'll probably go 1-3 times a week, switch it out for a cardio day.
at least once a week - WEDNESDAYS 7PM PST!!!! via zoom
I try to get out for a walk once a week and listen to an audiobook
usually Saturday mornings I try to get outside as well - up cypress if I can and do a trail run/hike. If not whyte lake.
10am: Everyday I have a protein shake first thing after my workout, i
Simple Sky Shake
Vanilla Vega Sport Protein
12pm-3pm: I eat when I'm hungry, it ranges everyday
2 pieces gluten free toast
mayo, coconut oil, or hummus
salt & pepper
Totally ranges again, if I didn't have avo toast for lunch I might have it for dinner *Serious staple in my diet
broccoli, cucumber, carrots, spinach, avocado, pear/strawberries (a fruit), pine nuts, hemp hearts, balsamic glaze, olive oil, lemon
b) Falafel Wrap
c) Veggie Burgers
Honestly idk what I eat for dinner, I am the most basic eater, sometimes I eat pizza, not often - usually some form of veggies, and potatoes. I eat mainly to fuel my body, I try to stay away from foods that don't offer much nutrients eg. pasta
I think its a complete waste of a meal no offence.
I also don't eat a lot of rice, again I don't see the huge benefit to it. If I'm making a stirrfry I'll just have veggies in it.
Apples / Peanut butter / almond
Boomchicka pop - salted ones
healthy homemade cookies
Might snack on sparkling water - it feels like dessert but its just water, more for the emotional craving or something sweet etc when you're not really hungry
maybe once or twice a month a drink or 2.