This may be nothing to most but all through high school I HATED my arms, shoulders, and back. I was skinny and lanky. After graduating high school I gained a bunch of weight due to my gallbladder making me so sick and not being able to figure out what was going on. All I did was sleep because I felt so terrible from throwing up nearly everyday. I’ve always eaten healthy, never really cared for junk food or soda(besides Mexican food and ice cream...my weaknesses). After lots of hospital visits finally finding out what was going on and got it removed. I healed and slowly over the next two years I gradually lost the weight I had gained but I wasn’t “happy” with my body and definitely not with myself. I wasn’t myself. I continued to settle, I knew I wanted to make a change but wasn’t ready to make that leap. Recently educating myself on fitness, what workouts I need to do and what each of them do(still learning everyday), and having a healthier lifestyle has changed that completely. I was always one of those people who’d go to the gym a few times a week and then give up because I felt defeated or I’d “just go tomorrow” but tomorrow came and it turned into never going. I found motivation to go again a month ago and told myself there’s no backing down. Let me tell you...I feel so much better, like all the way around. I used to be sore and achy, tired, sick, etc. It’s a lot less now.
I sleep now, I’m happier, I laugh more, I’m confident. Working out has really been a huge life change for me all the way around. I work out 5-6 times a week and I’m finally, after working out for two months I’m seeing physical differences in myself. I’m not quitting now. If anyone needs motivation to go make a change on your diet or exercise....this is it. Go. You will feel better. So yesterday I made the decision to be a fitness coach as a part time job because I love motivating friends and family so much, so inbox me if you’re interested or even want to work out with me! 🏼🦵🏼 - 8 hours ago