"You can", two simple words for the day that consists of hard work & consistency. If you're always feeling you're falling back at your traps, then keep going. Failure was never meant to be a sign of YOU giving up on what you want, if it's that easy then why would you want something that bad? That's like everyone wanting an ordinary 9-5, nobody is passionate about it because it's too easy to get one & give up on your dreams. The truth is, even our goals tests us, to see how much we want something, what are we willing to do to get there & at what cost with time? If you summarise all that, put in the willpower then there's nobody who can't tell you in time that you haven't achieved what you wanted. You have to take a journey that has blocking obstacles to get to that pathway to success.
AW HECK YA, HAPPY #MOTIVATIONMONDAY. 🤘🏻 Some of you will recognize this transformation photo because it’s an oldie but I’ve been doing a lot of reflecting lately and I decided I wanted to share it again because it’s one of my favs. I actually bought the sweater in high school so I’m surprised it fit me at my largest (the picture on the left was about 20lbs lighter than my largest but same shit). It’s a men’s size large. It’s still one of my favourite sweaters because it’s comfy af. 😎 Anywho, I hope you all have a wonderful week. 🍆 It’s Monday, which means it’s a fresh start. If you’ve been struggling it’s never too late to start over. Your success isn’t defined by how many mistakes you make. Your success is defined by your will to never give up on yourself. 🖤 YOU CAN ACHIEVE ANYTHING YOU PUT YOUR MIND TO. YOU ARE INVINCIBLE. If the world was a medicine cabinet and humans were medication, you’d be ex lax because you DA SHIT AND YOU CANNOT BE STOPPED (wat?). BYE.
New body, who dis?
Actually. New LIFE, who dis?!
Happy Monday friends, I hope you're making today amazing! What are you training today? I'll be hitting upper body tonight💪🏼 #teamlosing
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Forgot about this from last week. I haven't jumped rope since I was like 12 years oldddd. Omg when I was little, jumping rope was so much fun. Except that damn double Dutch😬😬I remember how much I use to suck at double Dutch. I never knew how to jump in so my friends would always give me the rope to help turn it instead but then I couldn't even do that right because apparently I was "double handed"😂😂 meaning if you're turning, one of your hands is stronger (usually your dominant hand) which made the turning "uneven." you always knew a person was double handed because the rhythm of the ropes were off. So being that I couldn't do neither, I then had to just stand off to the side and watch because apparently I was deemed as useless loool😩 oh well, At least I had my skip-it. Who remembers those?? 90s kids rejoice😭💖💖with my skip it, I didn't need anyone😌😌🤚🏽🤚🏽 anywayyyy, this video is 10 minutes narrowed down to 1 minute. Nothing can ever take the place of persistence. I'm not the greatest at jumping rope but I had a goal in mind to complete 10 minutes and that's what I did🤗 in time my jumping will be better and my speed faster. Until then, relax & just have fun with it!
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"I was always athletic, but after high school I went to college and found myself getting caught up in the partying and unhealthy choices. Within a few years I had gained over 300lbs! I knew something had to change, after trying out for weight loss shows over and over, and even being flown to LA for one, I decided enough was enough.. no TV show was going to change my life. I ultimately wasn't chosen for the show and set out on my own journey. I totally changed the way I looked at food.I started tracking everything I put in my body. I also paired that with hard work. I was hitting the gym 6 days a week sometimes twice a day. After a year I had lost 233lbs! I continued on my journey and by my two year mark I had lost 300lbs! I finally had my life back! Now, I am still working on myself, trying to better myself each day! Every day is a struggle but I love the challenge and will never go back to where I once was!"