Tuesday, September 30, 2014 Monday, September 29, 2014

SAME LADY, DIFFERENT DAY.  .… . . from about 180lbs to 130lbs.

You need to put what you learn into practice and do it over and over again until it’s a habit. I always say, ‘Seeing is not believing. Doing is believing.’ 

You need to put what you learn into practice and do it over and over again until it’s a habit. I always say, ‘Seeing is not believing. Doing is believing.’ 

It is better to travel well than to arrive. You’ll get there eventually if you don’t stop. So have fun along the way and don’t get discouraged because the trip is taking so long!

It is better to travel well than to arrive. You’ll get there eventually if you don’t stop. So have fun along the way and don’t get discouraged because the trip is taking so long!

Sunday, September 28, 2014
jeebus cripes……

jeebus cripes……

Massiel Arias (MankoFit)

Massiel Arias (MankoFit)

It is hard work, perseverance, studying, learning, sacrifice, and—most of all—love of what you are doing.

It is hard work, perseverance, studying, learning, sacrifice, and—most of all—love of what you are doing.

Wednesday, September 24, 2014
She’s a grandmother…..just saying.

She’s a grandmother…..just saying.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014 Monday, September 15, 2014 Sunday, August 31, 2014
Steps to getting over a plateau:
Keep the faith. You may feel stuck, but you’re probably still losing weight—just not enough to register on the scale. (Hey—Even dropping a third of a pound per week means that in a year, you’ll be down a whole 17 pounds.)
Avoid fuzzy math. It’s common to overestimate calories burned and underestimate calories eaten. Look for places where calories may hide—dressings, spreads, sauces, croutons, and condiments. Keep a detailed food diary.
Put up some resistance. Increasing physical activity is particularly useful for moving beyond a plateau, because exercise both uses calories and builds muscle. 
Trick Your Metabolism. Many fitness gurus claim that surprising your body with a change in diet, workout or both can shift you out of a weight loss rut. Change up your routine. If you are doing the same exercises over and over again, your body “knows” what to expect. 

Steps to getting over a plateau:

Keep the faith. You may feel stuck, but you’re probably still losing weight—just not enough to register on the scale. (Hey—Even dropping a third of a pound per week means that in a year, you’ll be down a whole 17 pounds.)

Avoid fuzzy math. It’s common to overestimate calories burned and underestimate calories eaten. Look for places where calories may hide—dressings, spreads, sauces, croutons, and condiments. Keep a detailed food diary.

Put up some resistance. Increasing physical activity is particularly useful for moving beyond a plateau, because exercise both uses calories and builds muscle. 

Trick Your Metabolism. Many fitness gurus claim that surprising your body with a change in diet, workout or both can shift you out of a weight loss rut. Change up your routine. If you are doing the same exercises over and over again, your body “knows” what to expect. 

Saturday, August 30, 2014
THE CENTER OF A DONUT IS 100% FAT FREE.

THE CENTER OF A DONUT IS 100% FAT FREE.

Sunday, August 24, 2014
“A diet is a temporary punishment.
A lifestyle change is a permanent reward.
Quit dieting. Start living.”

“A diet is a temporary punishment.

A lifestyle change is a permanent reward.

Quit dieting. Start living.”