I always want my blog to be a reflection of who I am. I never want it to feel fake, or like I’m trying to be someone I’m not. While thinking about new content, I realized how big fitness (outside of organized sports) has been to my life, specifically over the past year.
After leaving organized sports I was left to face the gym alone, without a direction, and without a goal. After a few months of messing around and trying different workout styles, I found what works for me, and what I can stick to. With that, I thought I would share not only my routine, but also the steps I took to get there in case you may be on this journey as well.
Here are some topics I’ll discuss in the series:
- Identifying your goals
- How to select workout splits that fit your lifestyle
- Nutrition, flexible dieting, and macros
This fitness series will be focused around health and balance, not weightloss, though I’m sure I will mention it here and there. It is no secret that I go to McDonalds weekly/bi-weekly and in my eyes that is okay, because in between I know i’m eating a lot of lean meats, and veggies. Balance is key. Balance is sustainable.
Let me also preface that I’m talking about things I’ve done and things that have worked for me. Everyone is different. I am not a doctor, a personal trainer, or a nutritionist, so don’t take my words as gold, ya know!
Alright, now that you know the deal, stay tuned for what is next!