The biggest factor for me is health my internal health, how I feel, how I move, my energy levels are all part of how I eat
I enjoy what I eat, I eat when I’m hungry, I stop when I’m full, I eat a cookie if I’m craving it, and most importantly, I’m happy.
We would have to say just constantly listening to your body throughout the course of your prep. No one is ever going to feel 100% throughout their prep
I am motivated through my long list of goals. I have an eager spirit and often find myself juggling many tasks at once but
My inspiration comes from the people who tell me that I inspire them. To hear that my hard work inspires other people to improve
I’m a life-long competitor, so nothing gets me going like a new challenge. Whether I’m in the weight room, crossfit gym, or
Do I want to look average? Would I be satisfied with lower standards? The answer is no. So I simply do what it takes.
Elizabeth Aguilera is a cancer survivor, military spouse and recent Purdue graduate. Elizabeth and her sister, Morgan have two powerful fitness journeys
I got into it when I was really young, maybe 10-years old. Back then I loved watching action movies and I wanted to be
Stay positive and don’t seek motivation in the beginning. Motivation only comes with results and visible results take a few months to come.