Hello! It's been a while since I've posted anything. I've made the choice to wait until December to start my next prep, and so I've just been cruising for the last four months in a nice, long off-season. I reverse dieted. I got over my post-show blues. I'm doing If It Fits Your Macros (IIFYM) … Continue reading What Does Off-Season Look Like?
I'm a lazy cook, and I hate making food that takes a lot of effort even if it's supposed to be really delicious. Usually when I'm on competition prep, I don't have the time or energy to figure out what the macros are for a new recipe - which prevents me from branching out from … Continue reading Easy, Homemade Matcha Green Tea Frozen Yogurt Recipe (Low Fat, High Protein)
Disclaimer: I am a WonderSlim affiliate, but I would never recommend something I haven't tried myself and fully endorse. As a bikini competitor, I'm always looking for low-calorie, healthy snacks that help stave off some of the cravings that I have. Most of the time, I'm craving sweets and candy, but it's hard to fit … Continue reading WonderSlim Review
The human body is a wonderfully adaptive thing. Your physiological systems are built so that you survive - we wouldn't have made it this far as a species if our bodies didn't adjust well to periods of low calorie intake, like during a famine. The same physiological mechanism that allowed us to survive this long … Continue reading The Importance of a Reverse Diet
This is the side of competing that no one talks about - money. Competing gets incredibly expensive very quickly, as all of the little costs add up. I know that when I first started competing, I felt like I had to buy everything my coach recommended if I wanted to win and get as lean … Continue reading Budget Friendly Competition Prep