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)
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
This post may be Not Safe for Work: there are several photos of me in a bikini and in my mandatory bikini back pose.The dust has settled, the competition photos are back and posted on NPC News Online, and I'm ready to talk about my experience. I competed at NPC/IFBB City Limits Championships on 4/14/18 … Continue reading Post Bikini Competition Experience (Write Up)
Skin prep starts well before peak week, the week leading up to show day. Exfoliating in the shower with a loofah and moisturizing the skin on your body and face every day are some small manageable steps. All bodybuilding competitors benefit from diligent skincare. Competition color is applied the night before and the morning of … Continue reading Skin Prep for a Smooth Competition Tan