Not your average #transformationtuesday but I felt like I had to share my experience.
So the right was my first pro win and my best conditioning to date..the left was this past weekend at my first Olympia. This is to show all of the upcoming competitors that every prep is different and not just a walk in the park. After Miami nationals 2016, my conditioning continued to get better and better. I competed in 3 pro shows back to back and only got better with each one. I thought I had nailed my prep and conditioning for good! We basically tried to keep everything the same for my Olympia prep. The thing about this was, I may have held my conditioning for too long. With the flights getting to Vegas being delayed and cancelled my body was under a lot of stress, and left us little time to make adjustments before stepping on stage. It is SO important to learn your body so you are able to notice little details and when things aren't right. I am STILL learning! My preps have been so smooth and everything has worked in my favor, so to have this happen was hard to accept and very humbling. ANYTHING can happen. So learn your body, and experiment. The longer you compete the better your body gets at adapting and also evolving. Just because something worked for a while doesn't mean that same thing will always work! I am more motivated than ever and I'm excited to get back to work. #humbled #grateful #olympia2017 #alwayslearning #motivation