Wow, it's been a very busy summer filled with studying in Bloomington for summer classes (Courses included- entrepreneurship & management, gerontology studies, and Physiology- loved this one, such an amazing course!), teaching Bootcamp and Strength Classes as a Group Exercise Instructor at Indiana University's Student Recreational Sports Center, and enjoying many other life events (finally finished… Continue reading Vlogging My Fit Life & What’s to Come!!
I love going to the gym and seeing people work hard to get stronger, build endurance and become leaner in the process; those people are fit. People who are healthy & fit have goals in the gym and in the kitchen, a fit person is someone who works hard and pushes their limits to get… Continue reading Healthy & Fit Doesn’t Mean Abs
Try high volume sets when strength training. There’s a big misconception about only getting stronger with lifting heavier weights and lower reps; however, high volume training increases the blood flow to the muscle allowing the muscle to get the pump and grow as well. When focusing on building muscle in the body, try split training-… Continue reading Split Training, High Volume & Muscle Gain
If you asked me last year how school was going…or even up until a week ago, my response would be: “it’s ok.” Or “its school.” Or if you caught me stressed, “I hate it.” My plan was to go to school and study business because IU has a phenomenal business school and the degree would provide… Continue reading Do What You Love & Success Will Follow
One of the most important parts of creating lean muscle tissue is proper nutrition! Yes, lifting can make you stronger, however, the way you treat your muscles and body is essential to making effective progress. Therefore, consuming protein within 30 minutes ("the window of opportunity") after your lift is necessary to refueling your muscles so they… Continue reading Which “whey” and why!