23 Aug

Healthy Hair Seacrets

SHHH.......

This hair has a Seacret! 
Y’all know I chopped my hair off 2-years ago mainly because it was so damaged that cutting it was my only option. 
Today, i’m so excited to announce that not only has it grown back yet it’s healthier than ever. 
So what’s the difference? 
MINERALS FROM THE DEAD SEA!  24 minerals, 12 exclusive from the dead sea! 
Check out my video below with a detailed look into what I’ve been using and how to use each product. 

19 Aug

Ugh, MONDAY!

The Weekend is Over and it's back to the Grind!

Ugh, Monday.

The weekend’s over; it’s back to the grind.

I happen to love what I do, yet the weekends have always been precious and even more so when school is back in session. 

I blink and they’re over.

Whatever your particular motivation is for despising Monday mornings, you’re not alone. 

It’s such a tough day of the week that Monday now has its own hashtag, #MondayMotivation, and people are sharing some pretty awesome things to help get your new work week off on the right foot.

If Mondays are a tough day to hit the gym, get to work, or just get up out of bed I’ve got something they may help you. 

Don’t waste your Sundays! 

Isn’t it crazy that we can spend so much time on Sunday dreading Monday? 

Here are two very different ways to spend your Sunday evenings:

•Plan some evening fun. For some of us, Sunday evenings are sacred do-nothing nights. But if you schedule an early dinner with friends, a movie date, or an evening picnic at a park,  then you give yourself a positive focus for the day.

•Spend a few hours planning your Monday. For some people, diving in to their work week on Sunday evening is a highly productive and satisfying use of their time. For managers and leaders, you give yourself a leg up on everything that meets you Monday morning, and you can see what’s expected of you and your team. There’s an incredible amount of time wasted on Mondays simply catching up on where you left off the previous week. You can avoid hours of this if you prepare on Sunday evening. And you’ll wake up Monday morning feeling calm and may actually want to get out of bed. 

Try it and let me know if it made any difference at all in your Monday and work week. 

If this did nothing for you and you still despise this day of week than I hope you can at least look on the bright side. Monday only comes once a week. 😆

27 Jun

Lose a POUND a Week!

Stay slim following this 7-day plan on your treadmill.

All you need is a good pair of running shoes, a treadmill, and a little dedication. 

Level One

Warm up: Walk at a comfortable pace for 3-4 minutes

Increase the speed 1 mph. Hold that pace for 2-minutes

Increase the incline to 3%

If that feel easy, take it to 5% and keep it there for 5-minutes

Bring the incline down and slow your speed to 1 mph. 

Place your feet on the side rails and hold onto the heart rate monitor bar. 

Squat back slowly and return back to standing. 

Repeat for 2-minutes

After 2-minutes of squats, return back to your walking pace yet increase it by 1-mph. 

Stay at that pace for 2-minutes

Add Incline to 5% 

Hike for 5-minutes

Bring the incline down and slow your speed to 1 mph.

Place your feet on the foot rails and hands on the heart rate bar. 

Step feet back, and lower your chest down towards the heart rate bar. 

Repeat for 2-minutes.

After 2-minutes of pushups, return back to your last walking pace yet increase it by 1 mph. 

Stay at that pace for 2-minutes.

Bring the incline down and slow your speed to 1 mph. 

Place your feet on the side rails and hold onto the heart rate monitor bar. 

Squat back slowly and return back to standing. 

Repeat for 2-minutes

If you can, increase your speed to a pace that has you jogging. It’s only for 1-minute! This is a great way to increase your fitness level and get you ready for level two of this program. 

After 1-minute, take the speed down to a comfortable walking pace and cool down for 3-4 minutes. 

Level Two

Warm up: Walk at a comfortable pace for 3-4 minutes

Increase the speed 1 mph. Hold that pace for 2-minutes

Increase the incline to 5%

If that feel easy, take it to 8% and keep it there for 5-minutes

Bring the incline down and slow your speed to 1 mph. 

Place your feet on the side rails and hold onto the heart rate monitor bar. 

Squat back slowly and return back to standing. 

Repeat for 2-minutes

After 2-minutes of squats, return back to your walking pace yet increase it by 1-mph. 

Stay at that pace for 2-minutes

Add Incline to 8% 

Hike for 5-minutes

Bring the incline down and slow your speed to 1 mph.

Place your feet on the foot rails and hands on the heart rate bar. 

Step feet back, and lower your chest down towards the heart rate bar. 

Repeat for 2-minutes.

After 2-minutes of pushups, return back to your last walking pace for 1-minute

Now, increase your pace to a jog. Stay at that pace for 2-minutes.

Bring the incline down and slow your speed to 1 mph. 

Place your feet on the side rails and hold onto the heart rate monitor bar. 

Squat back slowly and return back to standing. 

Repeat for 2-minutes

If you can, increase your speed to a run (6-7 mph). It’s only for 1-minute! This is a great way to increase your fitness level and get you ready for level three of this program. 

After 1-minute, take the speed down to a comfortable walking pace and repeat the entire program again. 

End with a 3-4 minute cool down. 

Level Three

Warm up: Walk at a comfortable pace for 3-4 minutes

Increase the speed 1 mph. Hold that pace for 2-minutes

Increase the incline to 10%

If that feel easy, take it to 15% and keep it there for 5-minutes

Bring the incline down and slow your speed to 1 mph. 

Place your feet on the side rails and hold onto the heart rate monitor bar. 

Squat back slowly and return back to standing. 

Repeat for 2-minutes

After 2-minutes of squats, increase the speed to a comfortable running pace (6mph) 

Stay at that pace for 2-minutes

Add Incline to 5% 

Hold that pace for 5-minutes

Take the incline down and increase your running speed to 6.5 or 7 mph or which ever is hard for you. 

Maintain that pace for 5-minutes

Take the speed back down to a comfortable run or jog. Add 5% incline and maintain that for 5-minutes.

Bring the incline down and slow your speed to 1 mph. 

Hop off your treadmill and PLANK or PLANK with KNEE to ELBOW for 1-minute. 

Back on the treadmill yet this time let’s work our back.

Use the hand rails to do modified pull-ups. Do this for 1-minute.

 

 

After pull-ups. Stand up and RUN! 

Take that speed up to a uncomfortable pace. It’s only for 1-minute! GO! 

Slow your speed down to a walking pace (4 mph), and increase your incline to 15%. Hike for 3-minutes. 

Cool down by doing Push-Ups on the Treadmill or on the Floor. 

How many can you do? Try to do 1-more than you did today, tomorrow.

End with some stretches or walk for another 5-minutes. 

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