I know it’s a really crappy time to start eating healthily with Christmas coming up, 🙈! But I don’t want to put it off any longer! Asher is 7 weeks old now, so I’m trying to get back on it - food & exercise (when I can actually find the time to go for a run/swim again! It’s hard work being a mum & wanting to get fit! Especially after losing a child like we did because I am extremely limited with whom we will let look after Leo (Asher, we haven’t actually left with anyone yet!) ... and I would only feel guilty if I went to the gym & left the kiddies with anyone but their daddy, so I really am restricted! Ah well, let’s see how it goes! So back on #slimmingworld , first evening meal of Lemony Pasty with Greens (I added bacon and Tomato because it was wayyyy too green for me, lol) #slimmingworlduk#slimmingworldmum#babyweightloss#mumofbabies#healthyeating#excercise#greens#waytoogreen#backonit#gettingfit#gettingheathy#vegetables#day1
Get ready for some quick and easy workout tips with Blue Skies fitness instructor Sampson. We're kicking off this new series with a one-minute warm-up you can do before any exercise routine. 🏋️
Gunaydin❤biz bugün ankara yolcusuyuz. Yepyeni bir macfit daha açılıyor. Hazırlıklar başlasin👍🤗🤗 #bahaneyok !!
It’s all about that squeeze, don’t rush your reps and forget the importance of a solid mind to muscle connection cos that’s how gainz are made! 🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽
Ok guys so I reached 70 days of @brandonhardbody everyday is calf day challenge and I’ve decided to back it off a bit. I’ve actually made some calf gainz during this challenge!! Something that hasn’t happened in I feel the last 3 years so I’m very happy about that, I gained about 0.2” on the diameter of my calves at the biggest point which doesn’t sound like much but as mentioned above that’s more growth in 70 days than in the last 3 years (or more) before that. Not only that but I also have def noticed an improvement in muscle definition of my calves and my soleus muscles have also grown, making my lower calf area thicker too! That’s my calf update for anyone that happens to care 😂 but this goes to show that the age old excuse (especially with calves) that you can’t change what genetics have given you is BS. You want to make a muscle grow then you need to put in some damn hard work for it, calves may take longer to grow but it can happen. So the reason why I’ve decided to back it off is because I’m feeling a bit of a twinge in my plantar fascia and I feel it’s due to overuse (surprise surprise!) so I’m still going to hit them hard but prob aiming for 2-3 times a week so that I can give them a break as well as I don’t want to make this twinge worse. One mistake I will admit that I have made during this challenge is not stretching my calves enough so again this would be a contributing factor to my twinge.
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#ABS ABS ABS ABS 🔥🔥 I did this abs routine on Thrusday after my full body session and It felt amazing! ✔The last 2 exercises are regressions for hanging abs (You know, the ones I always do hanging in the bar: Leg raises, knee raises...) If it's difficult for you to be hanging for long time in the bar, this is a great option to start getting used to the position and movement. ✔NOTE: Use a heavy kettlebell for the last 3 exercises, one that makes your arms stay stable and down all the time. It will provide support to your upper body. ---------------------------------------------------------------- #ABS ABS ABS ABS 🔥🔥
Hice esta rutina de abdominales el jueves después de mi sesión de cuerpo completo ¡fue increíble! ✔Los últimos 2 ejercicios son regresiones de los ejercicios de abdominales colgando (ya sabes, los que siempre hago colgando en de la barra: Elevacion frontal de piernas, elevacion frontal de rodillas...) Si es difícil para ti estar colgando por mucho tiempo en la barra, esta es una gran opción para empezar a acostumbrarte a la posición y al movimiento.
✔NOTA: Use una pesa rusa pesada para los últimos 3 ejercicios, una que haga que sus brazos permanezcan estables y abajo todo el tiempo. Proporcionará soporte a tu parte superior del cuerpo.