Let's get fit!

Hello there! My names Nikki and I'm all about being healthy. I figure why not make a blog to help other gets fit the right way! As of right now I'm doing p90x and some other workouts in between. I'll be posting differen't workouts and some healthy food recipes. Have a great day!

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August 30, 2013 1:51 pm 1:51 pm

bradyper:

Lower abs 
50 jumping jacks
15 toe touches 
30 flutter kicks 
20 reverse crunches 
25 bicycle crunches
20 scissors 
40 jumping jacks 
Hold a plank for as long as you can !

1:51 pm

Slow and steady wins the race

bradyper:

Quick home butt blaster! Go

  • 50 jumping jacks
  • 20 squats 
  • 20 Squat jumps
  • 20 Kneeling glute lifts with pulses(per side) 
  • 20 Lunge jumps 
  • 10 Burpees 
  • 20 Fire hydrants (per side) 
  • 20 side lunges 
  • 15 bridges

Repeat 2-3 times !

February 27, 2011 1:54 am
Because We Can: 30 Days

becausewecandoit:

Day One- Your stats
Day Two- How tall are you? Do you like your height?
Day Three- A picture of your thinspiration. What features do you like about this person?
Day Four- Your greatest fears about weight loss.
Day Five- Why do you really want to lose this weight? Are you doing it for you?

February 17, 2011 1:14 pm

I haven’t really been on this lately

But I have been working out a lot. In bootcamp class I had a 450 calorie workout . I would have had a 500 calorie workout like I was supposed to if everyone wasn’t hogging the treadmills. My point is if you burn 500 calories everday with a healthy diet depending on your weight and height. You can lose a pound a week and keep it off! Fuck lame diets they never work. Eating healthy is a lifestyle :)

December 12, 2010 9:11 pm
some tips from this d00d!!
"Eat often — snack often," says Alexander. While this may seem contrary to traditional dieting advice, the chef says that as long as you keep an eye on calories and portions, eating often will stave off hunger attacks that ultimately sabotage your diet. “When you’re starving, you grab whatever is available — and that’s the quickest way to get off your eating plan,” says Alexander.
"Eat your carbs in the morning," says Biggest Loser contestant Brian Starkey. “It gets your day off to an energetic start.” Lyons adds that carbs are quickly burned with activity, so eating them may help motivate you for that morning walk or bike ride. 
"Post a picture of yourself on the refrigerator — at your worst," says Biggest Loser contestant Dana Desilvio. “The next time you’re thinking of grabbing something you shouldn’t from the fridge, you’ll be reminded of what you don’t want to look like!”
"Instead of watching the clock during workouts, listen to music," to make the time go faster,says Erik Chopin (pictured above), The Biggest Loser’s season-three winner. Lyons reminds us that everyday activities, like bike riding, tossing a Frisbee, or walking your dog, count as physical activity, too.
There’s six more so read more
"When eating out, always ask for a ‘to-go’ box — at the start of your meal," says Biggest Loser contestant Bobby Moore. Then, when your food arrives, immediately put half of it in the box, he suggests. This way, you’ll not only get used to eating smaller portions, but you’ll have a snack for later. 
Learn to cook healthfully. "Cooking healthy doesn’t have to be hard — or take more time," says Alexander. While many "Biggest Loser" contestants said they thought cooking healthy would be complicated or time-consuming, Alexander says, most found that cooking healthy is actually easier, less expensive, and faster.
"Never overlook the power of seasoning," says Alexander. One way she made even the blandest diet foods grab the contestants’ attention was by using low-sodium seasonings. “People never realize what a major difference spices can make on even simple dishes like grilled chicken or salmon,” she says.
"When it comes to cooking in flavor, it’s never about the oil," says Alexander. Many dieters believe that unless food is fried in oil, you don’t get much flavor. But, she says, the real secret is pan-browning, which can happen without oil. The trick to getting restaurant-quality taste, she says, is to never overload your pan with food. “If you put too much in the pan, the moisture content causes the foods to steam and not pan-fry,” she says. “By reducing the amount of food in the pan you get that tasty pan-seared browning, without the use of any oils.”
Don’t try to do too much exercise, too soon. You not only run the risk of injury, but you’ll also get quickly discouraged. “Don’t try to stare down 45 minutes of exercise,” says Lyons. “Tell yourself it will be OK to quit after 10 minutes, because most of the time once you get going, you’ll keep going.” 
Remember: Self-esteem feeds on self-esteem. Accomplishing a little something toward your weight loss goal every day will not only get you on the road to success, but help keep you there. “You are not just losing weight, you are changing your life and your lifestyle,” says Alexander. “If you keep that in mind, you come to see that every change, no matter how small, comes together to make a huge difference in not only your weight, but your life,” says Alexander.

some tips from this d00d!!

  1. "Eat often — snack often," says Alexander. While this may seem contrary to traditional dieting advice, the chef says that as long as you keep an eye on calories and portions, eating often will stave off hunger attacks that ultimately sabotage your diet. “When you’re starving, you grab whatever is available — and that’s the quickest way to get off your eating plan,” says Alexander.
  2. "Eat your carbs in the morning," says Biggest Loser contestant Brian Starkey. “It gets your day off to an energetic start.” Lyons adds that carbs are quickly burned with activity, so eating them may help motivate you for that morning walk or bike ride.
  3. "Post a picture of yourself on the refrigerator — at your worst," says Biggest Loser contestant Dana Desilvio. “The next time you’re thinking of grabbing something you shouldn’t from the fridge, you’ll be reminded of what you don’t want to look like!”
  4. "Instead of watching the clock during workouts, listen to music," to make the time go faster,says Erik Chopin (pictured above), The Biggest Loser’s season-three winner. Lyons reminds us that everyday activities, like bike riding, tossing a Frisbee, or walking your dog, count as physical activity, too.
  5. There’s six more so read more

  6. "When eating out, always ask for a ‘to-go’ box — at the start of your meal," says Biggest Loser contestant Bobby Moore. Then, when your food arrives, immediately put half of it in the box, he suggests. This way, you’ll not only get used to eating smaller portions, but you’ll have a snack for later.
  7. Learn to cook healthfully. "Cooking healthy doesn’t have to be hard — or take more time," says Alexander. While many "Biggest Loser" contestants said they thought cooking healthy would be complicated or time-consuming, Alexander says, most found that cooking healthy is actually easier, less expensive, and faster.
  8. "Never overlook the power of seasoning," says Alexander. One way she made even the blandest diet foods grab the contestants’ attention was by using low-sodium seasonings. “People never realize what a major difference spices can make on even simple dishes like grilled chicken or salmon,” she says.
  9. "When it comes to cooking in flavor, it’s never about the oil," says Alexander. Many dieters believe that unless food is fried in oil, you don’t get much flavor. But, she says, the real secret is pan-browning, which can happen without oil. The trick to getting restaurant-quality taste, she says, is to never overload your pan with food. “If you put too much in the pan, the moisture content causes the foods to steam and not pan-fry,” she says. “By reducing the amount of food in the pan you get that tasty pan-seared browning, without the use of any oils.”
  10. Don’t try to do too much exercise, too soon. You not only run the risk of injury, but you’ll also get quickly discouraged. “Don’t try to stare down 45 minutes of exercise,” says Lyons. “Tell yourself it will be OK to quit after 10 minutes, because most of the time once you get going, you’ll keep going.”
  11. Remember: Self-esteem feeds on self-esteem. Accomplishing a little something toward your weight loss goal every day will not only get you on the road to success, but help keep you there. “You are not just losing weight, you are changing your life and your lifestyle,” says Alexander. “If you keep that in mind, you come to see that every change, no matter how small, comes together to make a huge difference in not only your weight, but your life,” says Alexander.
9:09 pm
If she can do it, you can too ! :)

If she can do it, you can too ! :)

9:03 pm
just sayin :) ahh I haven’t been posting on this lately

just sayin :) ahh I haven’t been posting on this lately

December 3, 2010 5:17 pm
I definitely recommend this book! My sister bought it awhile back but, she doesn’t even use it. It saved me a bunch of calories :)!

I definitely recommend this book! My sister bought it awhile back but, she doesn’t even use it. It saved me a bunch of calories :)!

5:12 pm
After my workout, I decided to write this along one of the trails I run through. I used berries. It’s kind of crappy but, I thought it would make someones day. I was going to write KEEP RUNNING but, I figure KEEP GOING can stand for anything. There are so many berries I plan on making something better but, in the grass.  Mhmmm :)

After my workout, I decided to write this along one of the trails I run through. I used berries. It’s kind of crappy but, I thought it would make someones day. I was going to write KEEP RUNNING but, I figure KEEP GOING can stand for anything. There are so many berries I plan on making something better but, in the grass.  Mhmmm :)