Happy Saturday guyssss.
Here’s some transformation pics to motivate you all go to the gym today if you have to! As you can see, gaining muscle has helped my body look a lot fuller, I was 21 (110-115lbs) when I started taking Fitness serious, so I had already grown into my “woman body”😂 I am 25 now (135lbs). I didn’t want to make these about just my butt getting bigger cause it obviously has lol, but more about my body composition changing in general and health.
I’ve been training for almost 4 years (will make 4 in December), and I’ll tell you I haven’t been a “healthy” person throughout all 4. I believe 2015 and 2016 were the least healthy years mentally and physically, 2015 I was putting my body through too much, I was feeding it way too much, or way too little, and working out 6 days a week sometimes twice a day, to then getting injured and not being mentally there in 2016. I must say -
A Fitness journey is an every day, for the rest of your life type thing, you have to work on it continuously. Shouldn’t be a chore, should be something you do simply to help your health, it doesn’t matter if you’re into bodybuilding or not, you don’t have to go to the gym just to lift weights. Do it for you, to keep your mind and body healthy 🙏🏼.
Pic #4 will tell you, undereating and overworking my body, to overeating and underworking my body. These pics were taken a month apart (April - May 2015) I was disgusted with myself in the second pic, I gained 20lbs in less than two weeks, although now that I look at it it wasn’t as bad as I felt back then, but the way I was eating (large whole pie, whole cheesy bread + cinnamon sticks in one sitting by myself) wasn’t healthy at all. Binge eating is an eating disorder, I am happy I’m long far from where I was back then. Pic #5 I’m healthy, pic #6 I’m healthy AF with a booty 😌😜 #transformation #fitnessjourney #weightgain #fatloss #bikini #bikinigirl #npcbikini #npc