For years, I tried so many programs to try to gain weight, but each one was unsuccessful. When I was 17, it was time for me to start college, and I was ecstatic about, “The freshman 15.” I couldn’t believe it, I never gained a pound.
During my sophomore year of college I met my hubby, Andrew. He told me I should be thankful I can eat so much food, because I can use it to my advantage for gaining muscle. In comparison to sports, working out was way too slow, but I decided to give it a try. It took me a long time to finally get into the groove of things. Now it’s hard for me to take a day off from the gym.
I generally try to keep my workouts under one hour.
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My motivation comes from all of the support and encouragement from my fans. Plus, the short-term and long-term goals, set by my trainer and I, keep my focused.
Cravings are all in the mind. So, I focus very hard on self-control at all times. If I feel really hungry or am craving something I will either chew gum or have a lightly salted rice cake.
If I had a superpower, I would like to have super speed. This would help me get all of the time consuming stuff out of the way. Then, I would be able to spend more time with family and friends.
My top three exercises are squats, side raises, and rows. I feel each one of these exercises helps define and develop my body.
I would have to say my shoulders are my best body part.
For a man, a strong looking back.
For women wanting a feminine, muscular physique: don’t be afraid to lift heavy,
get involved in a fitness class, and eat healthy.
The number one philosophy I live by is to live everyday to its
fullest and to not have any regrets.