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Hi my name is Lexi and last year I became FEDUP living the life I was living at 485lbs. I set a New Years Resolution 01/01/2016 and in just over a year and a half time period - I LOST 300LBS NATURALLY. No meal plan, trainer, surgery, or anything like that. You may be able to see the progress, but what you can't see is the time spent in the gym, the time spent meal prepping, the sore muscles, the sacrifices, or the blood, sweat, and tears. This may have started as a resolution, but has become a lifestyle. This is your Sunday evening reminder that you can handle whatever this week throws at you. Start today! #weightloss #weightlossjourney #fit #fitness #fitfam #thickfit #plussize #dietbet #effyourbeautystandards #gym #extremeweightloss #weightlosstransformation #goals #obesetobeast #fattofit #gymlife #diet #health #progress #dietbet #fatgirlfedupsdietbet #fedup #motivation #fitnessmotivation #losingweight #fatloss
Forever looking like I lift heavy even if I don't 🤷🏻‍♀️ 2 questions I've been getting a lot lately; 1. How did I get my legs to look like this? Well it's probably like 99% genetics first of all. That includes the fact that my legs are SO SHORT, therefore the amount of muscle I have on my legs is more compact and bulks together. Someone with the same amount of muscle but longer legs would have a totally different look going on. But with that aside, I did lift really heavy for a while which included squats and deadlifts with a lot of weight which really made them bulk up a bit. And I have always, before and after I did power lifting workouts, done a lot of leg focused accessory workouts. Which leads me to the next question.... 2. What type of workouts am I doing now? Right now I'm doing a lot of lower weight high rep exercises. The heart rate is up. I am usually SWEATING and dying my whole workout. I love it. I'm also incorporating a lot of plyos between sets. And I'll have fast paced HIIT circuit days. @carissa4health made me a couple workout plans before we figured out what we needed to do to get this boosted a bit. I workout about 5 days a week give or take. And other than warming up for ten minutes on the stair master before each workout I don't do any steady state cardio. I do HIIT after my workouts once or twice a week, but mainly I keep my workouts high paced enough that it's basically cardio on it's own! Hope that's helpful and I'll do my best to answer any other questions you might have below☺️ PS yes I know I don't have boobs, I'm forever wishing squats for boobs was a thing, but it's not! So I'll take what I can get😂
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There are two different types of fat: The fat that is just below the skin is called cutaneous fat, but the really worrisome fat is visceral fat. This is the fat that is found in the [abdomen] and surrounding vital organs. Visceral fat is the type of fat that is metabolized by the liver, which turns it into cholesterol that circulates in the blood. "Bad" cholesterol, called low-density lipoproteins or LDL, collects in the arteries where it forms plaque, a waxy substance that narrows the arteries. If you have a protruding belly and large waist, that’s a clear sign you’re storing dangerous visceral fat. While it’s most noticeable and pronounced in obese individuals, anyone can have visceral fit, many without even knowing it. Being overweight increases the risk for accumulation of visceral fat, but it is not only what you weigh but what you eat that contributes to visceral fat. Carrying around excess visceral fat is linked with an increased risk for: •Coronary heart disease •Cancer •Stroke •Dementia •Diabetes •Depression •Arthritis •Obesity •Sexual dysfunction •Sleep disorders Poor diet and lack of exercise can lead to weight gain in the form of visceral fat. Eating a lot of high-fat, high-calorie foods can lead to weight gain and increased visceral fat, especially if you tend to gain weight in your stomach. The types of fat you eat is important as well as the amount. Strictly limit or eliminate processed foods, store-bought baked goods and fried foods to avoid trans fats. Try replacing foods containing saturated and trans fats with those containing polyunsaturated fats, the type in vegetable oils. Eliminate high-fructose corn syrup. A plant-based and nutrient rich diet actually reduces visceral fat as it supports a healthy metabolism that keeps the organs clean and metabolising fats accordingly. Exercise is also key in helping you eliminate visceral fat. #Consciousvibrancy
🏈When I decided to retire after a decade on the @NFL grind, I thought Sundays would be more relaxing... _ After watching my @nygiants perform today. I wasn’t ‘relaxed’ or entertained.... FRUSTRATED to see my boys with all that talent get beat by the team that shall not be mentioned. _ This wasn’t a workout to get leaner, stronger, or healthier. This was pure unadulterated mental therapy🤢 _ I’ll ALWAYS ride or die with #BigBLUE, win, lose, or E*gles, but man, it’s a whole lot better when they bring their A.... _ Reminding me why Sundays with family or church was the right decision for me🙏🏽 _ Only up from here Boys🔵🏈🏆
Haters will say its photoshopped🤣. Tag someone who feels massive when pumped 😉
Lat/Teres Major Release — 📝Learn how to release the Lat/Teres Major tie in. This is a major area of restriction that can limit valuable external rotation for things like overhead motion and the front rack position. . 🍭These muscles are both strong internal rotators, hence why releasing them can help with external rotation. This is a good area to target for some transient ROM changes that can help your lifts and open up the shoulders. . 🍦Remember, once you release a muscle, you need to load it. When you load new motion, you access new muscles fibers. And when you access new muscle fibers, you’re going to recruit new motor units. This is how you get the nervous system on board and make more permanent ROM changes. . 🎵Janji - Heroes Tonight . #TeddyTalksShoulders #OverheadAthlete #BaseballTraining