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  • josiah_levi - Josiah Levi @josiah_levi 1 minute ago
  • Post from an older photo that @alfredsbadwords took when we were in SF. Music video update: I am almost finished editing the video. It’s 90% done I just need to get some stuff right so I can post stuff on Instagram and all that so y’all can know when it’s out. I’m releasing the music video next Thursday or Friday 🙌 I literally am super hyped for y’all to see my best work yet 😂 ik I’m probably annoying y’all with all this hype but literally, THIS IS MY BEST SONG and I’ve always wanted to do a music video, and I’ve done it! Anyways, I hope your day was blessed, and if you read this far, it really means a lot to me to have people like you in my life ❤️✊ Post from an older photo that @alfredsbadwords took when we were in SF. Music video update: I am almost finished editing the video. It’s 90% done I just need to get some stuff right so I can post stuff on Instagram and all that so y’all can know when it’s out. I’m releasing the music video next Thursday or Friday 🙌 I literally am super hyped for y’all to see my best work yet 😂 ik I’m probably annoying y’all with all this hype but literally, THIS IS MY BEST SONG and I’ve always wanted to do a music video, and I’ve done it! Anyways, I hope your day was blessed, and if you read this far, it really means a lot to me to have people like you in my life ❤️✊
  • Post from an older photo that @alfredsbadwords took when we were in SF. Music video update: I am almost finished editing the video. It’s 90% done I just need to get some stuff right so I can post stuff on Instagram and all that so y’all can know when it’s out. I’m releasing the music video next Thursday or Friday 🙌 I literally am super hyped for y’all to see my best work yet 😂 ik I’m probably annoying y’all with all this hype but literally, THIS IS MY BEST SONG and I’ve always wanted to do a music video, and I’ve done it! Anyways, I hope your day was blessed, and if you read this far, it really means a lot to me to have people like you in my life ❤️✊
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  • imkatekuwik - Katarzyna @imkatekuwik 1 hour ago
  • #ihavearrived .
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This ! .
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#Repost @kashguidry
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Metabolism Boost 🔥 
How to keep your Metabolism from Stalling.

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Cheat meals or high calorie days are the most efficient way of jump starting your metabolism.

But the days following the High Day is what's most critical for achieving the long term goal. "Continuing to get leaner and leaner with full muscle." Let’s say your on a 1,700 calorie diet,
And on your cheat or high day you double your daily intake , 3,400 calories.
The days after People have a tendency to lower their calories lower than the 1,700 they were previously on.
Maybe it's guilt of their cheat day or lack of knowledge, whatever it is, many people do this.
So they are now floating around the 1,500 area, or even less. They keep cutting back more and more as they get closer to their Competition or their Goal weight.
Why?

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By doing this you are putting your body in Starvation mode, where it tends to hold on to fat, and eat away at your Muscle ( Catabolic ) 
Which come showtime, you will never achieve the look you are striving for.

By Cheating, or by bumping up your intake, creates a higher demand on your body to process the extra calories so if anything the days following the high day, you want to at least be the same or even move in the higher direction, 1,800-1,900 calories.
This strategy done over and over through a prep , if done properly with the right FOOD SOURCES at the RIGHT TIME will allow you to get leaner and leaner and actually be able to add calories to your regimen,
Not reduce them to extremely low numbers.
But buy continuing to have a Cheat or high day followed by lower calories is totally counterproductive to what you are trying to achieve.
Your metabolism will stall.
You will stay in Starvation mode and just downsize more and more as you get closer to competition, never being your very best!
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Coaching 
info@bodiesbykash.com .
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#gymlife #strong #london #tooting #healthy #happy #trying #girlwholift #booty #positivevibes #gymaddict #discpline #support #progres #fit #fitfam #teamyorkys #yorkys #teamjarv #YGFAMILY #legday #competition #bikini #greatful #lifestyle #ihavearrived . . This ! . . #repost @kashguidry • • • • • Metabolism Boost 🔥 How to keep your Metabolism from Stalling. _ Cheat meals or high calorie days are the most efficient way of jump starting your metabolism. But the days following the High Day is what's most critical for achieving the long term goal. "Continuing to get leaner and leaner with full muscle." Let’s say your on a 1,700 calorie diet, And on your cheat or high day you double your daily intake , 3,400 calories. The days after People have a tendency to lower their calories lower than the 1,700 they were previously on. Maybe it's guilt of their cheat day or lack of knowledge, whatever it is, many people do this. So they are now floating around the 1,500 area, or even less. They keep cutting back more and more as they get closer to their Competition or their Goal weight. Why? ___________________________________ By doing this you are putting your body in Starvation mode, where it tends to hold on to fat, and eat away at your Muscle ( Catabolic ) Which come showtime, you will never achieve the look you are striving for. By Cheating, or by bumping up your intake, creates a higher demand on your body to process the extra calories so if anything the days following the high day, you want to at least be the same or even move in the higher direction, 1,800-1,900 calories. This strategy done over and over through a prep , if done properly with the right FOOD SOURCES at the RIGHT TIME will allow you to get leaner and leaner and actually be able to add calories to your regimen, Not reduce them to extremely low numbers. But buy continuing to have a Cheat or high day followed by lower calories is totally counterproductive to what you are trying to achieve. Your metabolism will stall. You will stay in Starvation mode and just downsize more and more as you get closer to competition, never being your very best! _ Coaching info@bodiesbykash.com . . #gymlife #strong #london #tooting #healthy #happy #trying #girlwholift #booty #positivevibes #gymaddict #discpline #support #progres #fit #fitfam #teamyorkys #yorkys #teamjarv #ygfamily #legday #competition #bikini #greatful #lifestyle
  • #ihavearrived . . This ! . . #repost @kashguidry • • • • • Metabolism Boost 🔥 How to keep your Metabolism from Stalling. _ Cheat meals or high calorie days are the most efficient way of jump starting your metabolism. But the days following the High Day is what's most critical for achieving the long term goal. "Continuing to get leaner and leaner with full muscle." Let’s say your on a 1,700 calorie diet, And on your cheat or high day you double your daily intake , 3,400 calories. The days after People have a tendency to lower their calories lower than the 1,700 they were previously on. Maybe it's guilt of their cheat day or lack of knowledge, whatever it is, many people do this. So they are now floating around the 1,500 area, or even less. They keep cutting back more and more as they get closer to their Competition or their Goal weight. Why? ___________________________________ By doing this you are putting your body in Starvation mode, where it tends to hold on to fat, and eat away at your Muscle ( Catabolic ) Which come showtime, you will never achieve the look you are striving for. By Cheating, or by bumping up your intake, creates a higher demand on your body to process the extra calories so if anything the days following the high day, you want to at least be the same or even move in the higher direction, 1,800-1,900 calories. This strategy done over and over through a prep , if done properly with the right FOOD SOURCES at the RIGHT TIME will allow you to get leaner and leaner and actually be able to add calories to your regimen, Not reduce them to extremely low numbers. But buy continuing to have a Cheat or high day followed by lower calories is totally counterproductive to what you are trying to achieve. Your metabolism will stall. You will stay in Starvation mode and just downsize more and more as you get closer to competition, never being your very best! _ Coaching info@bodiesbykash.com . . #gymlife #strong #london #tooting #healthy #happy #trying #girlwholift #booty #positivevibes #gymaddict #discpline #support #progres #fit #fitfam #teamyorkys #yorkys #teamjarv #ygfamily #legday #competition #bikini #greatful #lifestyle
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  • imkatekuwik - Katarzyna @imkatekuwik 2 hours ago
  • #ihavearrived .
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Worth of reading 💙
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#Repost @chontelduncan
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How to get fitter... The key is to look at your goals and break them down into a step-by-step plan. Small simple steps which are achievable to assist us in reaching our ultimate goals.

1- FOOD
Your nutrition should support your goals. Prep your snacks and your meals, clean your pantry, refrigerator and freezer out. Drink plenty of water, be consistent with your supplements and vitamins and get creative with your food. 
2- SLEEP
Having a good amount of rest will not only give you more energy, it'll ensure your body functions better which helps you get results, you will find you’ll have more clarity and it'll help maintain a better positive attitude. 
3- EXERCISE
Plan ahead and lock in appointments to yourself and make these HIGH priority. If you live a busy lifestyle make a ”plan b” for a at home workout, so you are always prepared!

4- STICK TO A PROGRAM
Make sure your chosen program/style of training is specific to YOUR goals. There is a lot of options out there, but it's best not to complicate your journey. Focus on doing your program well and making small progress each week.

5- PROGRESSIVE OVERLOAD 
This is SO important. Your body is incredibly clever and will eventually adapt to your environment slowing down your results. Write down the weights, reps or length of time in which you achieve within your workouts and refer back to them to check on your progressive overload. Every small improvement will ensure you continue to see results. 
6- MAKE PERMANENT CHANGE
It's all about breaking old habits one-by-one and creating new ones that are sustainable, enjoyable and realistic. 
The most important thing for fitness is adherence and consistency. .
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#gymlife #strong #myjourney #happy #teamjarv #teamyorkys #yorkys #london #discpline #legday #ygfamily #fitness #fitfam #inspiration #unstoppable #commitment #competition #bikini #greatful #lifestyle #ihavearrived . . Worth of reading 💙 . . #repost @chontelduncan • • • • • How to get fitter... The key is to look at your goals and break them down into a step-by-step plan. Small simple steps which are achievable to assist us in reaching our ultimate goals. 1- FOOD Your nutrition should support your goals. Prep your snacks and your meals, clean your pantry, refrigerator and freezer out. Drink plenty of water, be consistent with your supplements and vitamins and get creative with your food. 2- SLEEP Having a good amount of rest will not only give you more energy, it'll ensure your body functions better which helps you get results, you will find you’ll have more clarity and it'll help maintain a better positive attitude. 3- EXERCISE Plan ahead and lock in appointments to yourself and make these HIGH priority. If you live a busy lifestyle make a ”plan b” for a at home workout, so you are always prepared! 4- STICK TO A PROGRAM Make sure your chosen program/style of training is specific to YOUR goals. There is a lot of options out there, but it's best not to complicate your journey. Focus on doing your program well and making small progress each week. 5- PROGRESSIVE OVERLOAD This is SO important. Your body is incredibly clever and will eventually adapt to your environment slowing down your results. Write down the weights, reps or length of time in which you achieve within your workouts and refer back to them to check on your progressive overload. Every small improvement will ensure you continue to see results. 6- MAKE PERMANENT CHANGE It's all about breaking old habits one-by-one and creating new ones that are sustainable, enjoyable and realistic. The most important thing for fitness is adherence and consistency. . . #gymlife #strong #myjourney #happy #teamjarv #teamyorkys #yorkys #london #discpline #legday #ygfamily #fitness #fitfam #inspiration #unstoppable #commitment #competition #bikini #greatful #lifestyle
  • #ihavearrived . . Worth of reading 💙 . . #repost @chontelduncan • • • • • How to get fitter... The key is to look at your goals and break them down into a step-by-step plan. Small simple steps which are achievable to assist us in reaching our ultimate goals. 1- FOOD Your nutrition should support your goals. Prep your snacks and your meals, clean your pantry, refrigerator and freezer out. Drink plenty of water, be consistent with your supplements and vitamins and get creative with your food. 2- SLEEP Having a good amount of rest will not only give you more energy, it'll ensure your body functions better which helps you get results, you will find you’ll have more clarity and it'll help maintain a better positive attitude. 3- EXERCISE Plan ahead and lock in appointments to yourself and make these HIGH priority. If you live a busy lifestyle make a ”plan b” for a at home workout, so you are always prepared! 4- STICK TO A PROGRAM Make sure your chosen program/style of training is specific to YOUR goals. There is a lot of options out there, but it's best not to complicate your journey. Focus on doing your program well and making small progress each week. 5- PROGRESSIVE OVERLOAD This is SO important. Your body is incredibly clever and will eventually adapt to your environment slowing down your results. Write down the weights, reps or length of time in which you achieve within your workouts and refer back to them to check on your progressive overload. Every small improvement will ensure you continue to see results. 6- MAKE PERMANENT CHANGE It's all about breaking old habits one-by-one and creating new ones that are sustainable, enjoyable and realistic. The most important thing for fitness is adherence and consistency. . . #gymlife #strong #myjourney #happy #teamjarv #teamyorkys #yorkys #london #discpline #legday #ygfamily #fitness #fitfam #inspiration #unstoppable #commitment #competition #bikini #greatful #lifestyle
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