So, two sentinels get to their annual masquarade party (the kind where they get high on cheap diesel, and try to procreate with fellow sentinels, kinky style, as in, using the USB port...! very naughty :0). One of them turns to the other and says: "this unit has forgot to bring mask, this unit must not be recognized, this unit must sneak back home without waking up wife-sentinel, because wife-sentinel thinks this unit is at late night sentinel meeting, discussing optimalization of killing mutants". The other sentinal then says: "option available to use this units mask, since husband sentinal thinks this unit is at home, procreating with gardener sentinel, while this unit is actially going to annual masquarade party". Then both sentinels stop, land, look at each other in silence, both their CPU's working overtime to process what is going on. Then their eyes finally stop flikkering, and they both say: "L.O.L.", drop their mask and fly on to their party in total silence.
What happend is beyond me, i'm just digging for treasure in this things` nose... #bootyislife#sentinel#mask#treasure#party
It'd be disrespect to MYSELF for me to say something and not only just mean it ,, but follow it up with my utmost ability. This is the fundamental secret of my training and the results of those who are riding this shooting-star with me 💫never hesistate to DM if you have questions ,, as questions = success ✨#sciencebae
Another great turn out for our Saturday morning conditioning class run by @justin_strong247coach
This type of high intensity training is a great way to mix up training for a Powerlifter. While they're main focus is to be as strong as possible, efforts like this are a great way to improve your cardiovascular fitness and aerobic capacity.
Keeping in mind, Powerlifting specific training at higher intensities, tends to take up to a few hours. So, training like this helps us incorporate all aspects of strength and fitness, in a time efficient manner.
Another show under my belt! 👙Didn’t place this time but I did not deplete myself this week. I want to keep my muscle mass for the November show...💪🏽It’s now time for Vegas with my love and when I get back it’s full on serious mode! November here I come! 👊🏽 BIG THANK YOU’S to @urbangaragegym for training me 4 days a week and giving me my diet plan! Thank you @urbanglowstudio for my professional tan! Thank you @thechelsterrr & @gigi_demilo at @maccosmetics for creating my beautiful stage face! Thank you @vizioncouture for always making the most beautiful and quality competition bikinis for me! Thank you @focalpointsalonspa for my gorgeous long curls and laser hair removal! And I couldn’t have done this without @motivusclothing! Thank you so much for sponsoring me and taking care of everything I needed! Also thank you to my husband and friends who supported me along my journey! I love being motivated by a show to be fit and progress and constantly learning about health and fitness! Next year will be my year! I am motivated more than ever and I can’t wait to better myself! 💪🏽👙😉
#GlutesInGreece continues! Here is a plank with a leg lift. Glute work and core stability is important here so that you lift the leg from the hip and not the low back. Breathe normally and work to maintain a neutral spine.(my bum is a little high for the exercise, but what can ya do, I'm on vacation✌️) #beachvibes#exploregreece#glutes#plank#physionerd
Abit of posing after a brilliant gym session good 2 and half hour work out of upper body I am completely feeling myself🤣... managed to get a few shots of some work outs I done but I was so into the workout I completely forgot but I also managed to beat my PB on some things aswell.. so defo feeling good. Going to go home and have myself a protein shake for breakfast😌🥛 @precision_supplements
My sister and I had a wonderful photo session today and it was exactly what I needed to not only come back to instagram, but to feel more like myself.
I have been struggling... a lot. I haven't felt inspired, strong, healthy, happy, capable since my last post. I haven't had anything to give, and without that, I feel no need to post at all. I've downed a few bowls of crazy the past three weeks. I had a collision with my oldest addiction, that silly desire to see blood on the skin. I gave in, but I'm over it. Cutting is something I fell into about 11 years ago and the desire to do it when I hit rock bottom has never went away. Sometimes I give in, sometimes I'm strong enough to resist. Thankfully my eating disorder mentality never rears its head anymore.
But I really spiraled down a rabbit hole of forgetting who I am or who I want to be. And I don't love admitting that but one of my "weaknesses" is my darn openness, haha.
Dealing with a lot of physical pain still, which really drives all the madness and the feelings of helplessness. I keep thinking how my entire body is betraying me, it's impossible to do anything that I enjoy without hurting. But then I think, well, I wonder how many times my body probably wished it had another mind overseeing it during the years I abused it.
I have many photos from today that I am proud of, but I chose this one to post first because it was this pose and moment that I looked down at my hands with these cuffs at my wrists and I saw my warrior peaking through. Time to put up a bloody fight to get on top of this again.
We've spent the last 2 years clocking up mileage across the globe- we've visited over 40 countries and whilst it was amazing, I am absolutely LOVING being settled and in a routine for a change. I wake up, study whilst I have a coffee, train and have started to swim/bake after my session now too. I feel so settled and organised and just feeling productive af 🤣🤣 This trip, which ended up as a move, was one of the most random things we've done to date. What started as a project here has now turned into an abundance of opportunities. And who knows where we will end up next but I'll never shy away from a challenge- and for now, I know I'm exactly where I'm meant to be and with who I'm meant to be with ❤
My own training is finally back to where it was. And I've successfully reversed myself out of prep (with a few MINOR hiccups, that right @kadiesmithxx😂) along the way. My cals were fairly pov by the end of things BUT that was what was required. I know 90kg bodybuilders on less food than some 50kg bikini girls but that's what's required for them to get diced 🤔❤ I'm back up to 2.3k Cals a day (almost double!) without cardio/steps and one untracked treat meal a week. I've found my sweet spot with carbs- 260g and I'm energetic with clear thinking, any more and I'm sluggish, lethargic and in dire need of a nap (hence my weekly nap post-treat meal!) I pushed them upwards of 300g, felt like shite so I reduced it to MY sweet spot and brought up fats to make up the difference in overall calories. That's the cool thing about nutrition- it's so individual and specific.
Since increasing my daily intake again, I've dropped 2.5kg. My training performance has increased simply by being more consistent with eating regular, adequate meals. I tried to cut again after a very indulgent Portugal trip and it backfired like feckkkkkk. I'd stick to my deficit calories for 3-4 days then give-in and eat myself into a surplus for the day- everything I spoke about yesterday. Restrict, EAT, restrict. I allowed this happen for 2 weeks before throwing the towel in, resetting my Cals straight to maintenance and allowing myself to recover physically and mentally ❤
CONTINUED IN COMMENTS 👇👇
"lack of variety and interest; tedious repetition and routine."
In the last 7 weeks I have seriously omitted any form of socialising from my daily routine, which is something I've never really done when dieting before. I've always made sure I didn't give up my life completely for a diet. This isnt a conscious decision I've made, I have been so focused on work that I've just forgotten to do it!
It hit me for the first time last week though that I was becoming a little bored. Not with the diet or the training, just with the lack of life I has imparted upon myself. Whilst I do have less choices of the things I can do, there are still plenty of reasons for me not to turn into a diet bore.
I told my trainer where I was going and he selected some menu options for me to choose from which is one of the great things about UP. They understand we all have lives and are here to make this something we can carry on with long after the 12 weeks end by providing this kind of additional support.
5 exciting weeks to go of work, training and most importantly, fun! .
Hi 👋🏼 I'm Mahsa 🙋🏻 I workout 5-6 times a week and I can lift some really heavy #weights 💪🏼Pretty sure STRONGER than a lot of guys out there and I don't look bulky or many misconceptions that people think of women lifting weights !!! 🙏🏼
Ladies 🙋🏽 Don't be afraid to push yourself with heavier weights at the #gym and challenge yourself because you may end up looking like this 😉💁🏻 Work hard and EMBRACE your #sexinesss 🙌🏼💕
MUA: @daja_hartman .
Leg day notes pt.2 📝🏋
• Conventional Deadlift- I honestly hardly ever do the conventional or even sumo deadlift anymore. I don't know why I've steered away from it but I don't like being weak in one lift, especially a very important one, so it's time to get back to it. 5 reps @ 135. Started with overhand grip and it did not run smoothly so I switched to alternating grip. Works a lot better for my baby hands 😂
This is a reminder that we will have @scankrew attending NSPC tomorrow between 4-6pm offering Body Composition scans. No need to book just turn up to the gym.
This offer is available to all @nspcentre members (& also friends/family)
If you would like to book an alternative time earlier in the day you can contact Cherie on