The Morning Before The Beast.

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Early Morning…getting ready for three of the busiest days left in 2017. Thanksgiving will be a time of resting my mind from work, but powering up my mind and body for the ME work.

I’m such a technical person that I spent all weekend with my head in a textbook learning about #ATP, #Glucose, #Glucogenesis and every other process the body uses to fuel itself in relation to #Macronutrients.

I’m literally the girl who reads instruction and user manuals. 🤓

So now that’s it’s time to start #ketodiet, I feel ready to battle the change that comes first.

Then all of a sudden…BOOM. I knew everything EXCEPT what to Actually put in my mouth and how much.

Thanks to @ketocounterculture for his guidance I have a foundation in place. #Macros are set in @myfitnesspal and my coach has a copy.

Excited to see my training progress and with the future keto results (fat loss / less inflammation / etc) 2018 is going to be #BEAST.

I’m 6mos out from my first meet with @usapowerlifting (MN Raw June 9th), I’m ready to kick down some body fat and lift some serious weight.

But first…Grocery Shopping and meal prep while enjoy my last empty carb filled cup of joe. Mark tomorrow, NOV 21st, 2017 down. Tomorrow is the start of #BabsLettingTheBeastOut

 

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Naked And Afraid – The Before Photos

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Tonight I did something that was at the highest level of anxiety, pit in the stomach, REAL.

I finally got up the courage to take the #BeforePic.

Mentally, we see ourselves so different than the camera does. Subconsciously, I think our brains leave out the dimples, bumps and flaws. Our brains delude us into thinking our 3 Bedroom figure is a studio apartment and we never really get that feeling of what our true canvas looks like.

Tonight I did. Tonight I cried.

I was hit with a harsh reality that I deep down knew existed. If I’m really going to be successful…If I’m going to transform myself to the way, in my heart I feel I need to be, then it needs to be done 100%. These photos were sent to two of my closest fitness friends. Friends who I know won’t judge and will help motivate me. Most of all, they will keep me accountable to the results I’m striving for. This was the single hardest thing I’ve done. I allowed someone else into my reality.

Well, it’s time to change that reality. It’s time to be the woman I know is hiding behind the curtain of bad decisions, eating habits and laziness that shrouds my body. Time to let the Strong Beast that’s inside this skin, out.

Seeing yourself through the lens…is terrifyingly enlightening.