Progress & Goals
LEAN BODY MASS
My Workout Philosophy View My Full Workout Philosophy
I like to keep it simple and traditional while mixing in training styles/theories that I know will work for my body. Loving DTP right now!
My Nutrition Philosophy View My Full Nutrition Philosophy
Right now, I'm beginning to cut for my 2013 competition season so I am following these macros daily: 175g protein, 100g carbs, 80g fat.
My Supplement Philosophy View My Full Supplement Philosophy
I love supplements because they really "fill in the blanks" of my nutrition program and help me have energy, get enough protein and recover.
My Motivation Philosophy View My Full Motivation Philosophy
I stay motivated by always imagining myself on stage at my next show. Somewhere out there is always another girl training hard!
I get a lot of questions about how to set up your training program. As a competition coach - I will tell you that every body is different and I have yet to set two girls up the same way - so, as always, I recommend working with a competition coach to set up a program that will work best for YOU. The best way to get to where you want to be is to work with someone that's already been to that exact place and knows how to get the job done! Everyone needs guidance and a subjective view of their... Go to BodyBlog
I just competed in my second pro show after making my pro debut at the Kentucky Muscle Pro back in November. In Kentucky, I placed in the Top 10 (8th to be exact)…my first EVER show as an IFBB Pro. I felt more comfortable and confident on stage that day than ever before as an amateur. I thought I would be more nervous being backstage with pros I had always looked up to…sharing the stage with them, etc. But, what really happened that day was amazing. I never once had to remind myself that I AM a... Go to BodyBlog
There are SO many articles, blogs and literature out there right now about all of the damage that can come along with dieting and training for competitions. Metabolic damage, hormone damage, stress, food disorders, emotional and relationship stress, etc, etc. These are all VERY serious issues and very real. And I am very happy that awareness has been raised around these issues. What bothers me, though, is how it came to become such a huge issue. I'm confused. Why does dieting and training for... Go to BodyBlog