You have to take control of your attitude, your actions, and your goals! Hit Mondays hard and you will be starting your week off in the right way.
- You’ll boost your happiness level.
- You’ll reduce your chances of heart disease.
- You’ll sleep better.
- You’ll even perform better at work… yes, even on a Monday!
Remember, never miss a Monday!!! BAM!!!
I am going to keep preaching “never miss a Monday workout.” Check out this inspiring video compilation of Motivation! Focus! And The Rock!
Kill your Monday Workout! Bam!!!
Fridays are just as important as Mondays in my book! Starting today, I am going to post fitness questions, tips, videos, and inspiration to keep you motivated on your weekends! Come on! I’m a trainer and even I need motivation. As a matter of fact, I asked one of my Real Warriors to text me every time she worked out this weekend to keep me motivated aged to move! So let’s get moving! What workouts are you doing over the weekend! Check in with me and your accountability partners!
What is your favorite workout?
My favorite workout is a mix of Powerlifting and Bodybuilding. It is a combination of Strength Training and Muscular development, being strong and having muscular development is important to me and hey, it’s my job! Bam!
What is your favorite body part to train?
I love training Back and Legs. They’re the largest muscle groups, so when you train them properly you can feel it all over. I love how challenging it feels when I train those muscle groups. The other day, I trained legs so hard, my clients could tell by the way I was walking!
It’s Monday!!! What workout are you doing today? Time to work off those Super Bowl Party calories! Don’t miss your Monday workout, you have to begin somewhere. Share what workout you are doing today?
The Deadlift will add muscle to your hips, hamstrings, glutes, and back. What’s great about this movement is that, the strength that you will develop will have major carry over to sports and everyday life. If you are new to this movement, practice with just your body weight so you can learn the proper technique. Proper form and technique are crucial to staying injury-free!
In my first blog, when Coach Rob chose me to be featured in one of his Transformation Tuesday blogs, I talked about running the Two Cities Marathon in 2016. When I look back, the marathon was a big goal, but like I said, I finished and I didn’t die — 2 huge wins for me. In March of 2017, I started private training sessions with Rob and weighed 185 pounds. Throughout the year, I pushed myself and allowed Rob to push me to limits I never imagined I would ever reach. In November, I again ran the Two Cities Marathon and improved my mile time by 1 minute and 47 seconds, which cut my time by over 28 minutes. Now that’s a BAM worthy WIN by my standards!
Although I have made major strides, achieved some big goals, and am still on track, it isn’t always easy to stay the course. OMG was it a challenge during the holidays to watch what I ate! I still had some sweets but I really tried to limit myself and keep up my training. I think I did pretty well with all the temptations that were thrown at me. Now with the marathon finished and all of the holiday calories put away until next year, it is time for me to work on my 2018 goals.
Today, 10 months from when I started individual sessions, I am down 52 pounds. My short term goal is to reach 128 pounds by March of this year and then, like most people, the next HUGE challenge will be to maintain that weight. My plan is to use BAM Logic!!! I have my goal / plan, which is to remain consistent, stick with 5 days of bootcamp during the week, and my weekend runs. Every other weekend I give my self a rest day. The trick, as Coach Rob says, is the The MILLION Dollar Word, MOTIVATION. Staying motivated shouldn’t be too difficult, I will just pull out my before and after pictures — and there is always that motivation to shave just a little more off that marathon time.
With the first full week of 2018 in the books, how do you feel you did on working on your new goals for 2018? Are you on target for week one?
Did you clean out your fridge to help you make better choices? If so, post a picture!
Did you research and start a new fitness program? If so, I would love to hear what you selected and how you chose the program you did! Did you take the leap and become part of the 2018 Synergy Bootcamp family? How was your first week?
If you are starting this week and need a basic overview, review my BAM Logic Blog for a quick reminder of the 3 key practice you need for success! Do you have any questions? What content can I provide that will help you achieve your goals? Workout videos? Workout tips? Let’s keep moving forward together! BAM!!!
Success is something different to everyone, but for me, this year, it means I’m stronger than I was in 2016. Both my physical and emotional endurance have grown and I am proud of all I have accomplished.
- I reached my goal size – BAM!!
- I RAN, yes RAN 5 miles! Double BAM!!!
- I built noticeable muscle tone. Yes!
- I greatly increased my strength and endurance! Bam – Bam!
- AND, I cut off my hair! BAH-BAM!
Coach Rob and I have talked a lot about my goals for 2018 and I am pumped to attack the new challenges! I don’t make New Year’s Resolutions, but I do set goals. This year, I want to help other people like Rob has helped me. I am constantly asked about my journey, so I want to start a blog of my own. As for working out, I want to tone more and become stronger by adding more weight to my workouts, incorporate more running, and build my endurance so I am able to run 10 miles by the end of 2018! BAM Logic works!!!