We always love looking for stylish gym outfit ideas. Here is a look I would love to own. This outfit is great for the summer if your planning to workout outside.
Denise’s Outfit: Lululemon Run Speed Shorts, Nike Running Tank, Sports Bra, Saucony Running Shoe.
Danni Outfit: Nike Dri Fit Tee, Nike Pro 5′ Training Shorts, Nike Fuel Band, New Balance Running Sneakers (similar)
2 tbsp of honey or maple syrup
1 tsp of vanilla extract
1/4 cup of melted coconut oil
1 cup of unsweetened almond milk (or any natural milk substitute)
1: Mix the dry ingredients and in a separate bowl mix the wet ingredients
2: Combine the wet and dry ingredients than stir
3: Spray the waffle iron with coconut oil and cook as instructed
4: Top waffles as desired.
Nutrition: Recipe makes 6 servings. 195 calories per serving. Macros: 12g carbs, 7g of protein, 14g of fat, and 2g of fiber.
Yield: 6 Waffles
Serving Size: 1 Waffle
Calories per serving: 195
Macros: 12g carbs, 7g of protein, 14g of fat, and 2g of fiber.
Perform all the exercise back-to-back for a total of 5 sets or however many sets you can perform in 20 minutes:
Push-ups or Knee Push-ups for 10 reps
Mountain Climbers for 20 reps each leg
Burpees for 10 reps or Front to Back Lunges for 10 reps each leg
Jump Squats of 10 reps
Plank to Elbow for 10 reps
Rest till heart rate goes down and begin again.
If it starts to become too easy, increase the total sets or speed up the workout. And always remember to have fun with the workout so add music or find a location with a great view. Just enjoy the fact that it’s summer!
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How many times do we catch ourselves saying, “I will start my diet next week,” or “I will study later.” We have this internal need to delay responsibilities or hardships. We view our future self as more discipline, not as busy, and less distracted. Some how we believe our future self is a better version of our current self. Therefore, it’s best putting things off.
By postponing our commitments, the future self has the additional five extra pounds to shed, pay the unused gym memberships fees, or have health issues that never existed.
Here are a few tips to increasing your sense of future self
By being in touch with our future self, it can be a step closer to building will power. I know it has helped me and hope these tips help you.
And if you don’t feel the need to focus on just arms, then these exercises can be great to incorporate to any workout.