Today is the day!!!!
I am a little nervous about this, but I’m going to stick by my word and do the OMAD diet. Hoping to have some good things to report back. But, right now I’m just going off of different good reports about this diet. I’m not planning to do this for the rest of my life, just right now.
- No fried food
- Drinking plenty of water
- working out once per day (5 days a week)
- 7 to 8 hours of sleep every night.
- Meals will be of a sizable portion.
- greens at least three times a week
- Sea Moss and Bladder wrack smooths at least 4 time a week
Pictures of my process during the OMAD diet will be uploaded with every post. You will have the chance to see what I’m eating and what I’m doing on days that I have the freedom to roam and do exactly what I want with out the worry of eating something every hour or couple of hours. I’m hoping this taste of something different helps me to start changing my relationship with food.
June 9th 2017
This was me last year and the bottom picture is from March 22, 2014 not happy, but pretending so hard to be. Wanting to find love in myself for myself. From as far back as I can remember I’ve always been a heavier girl. Something I’m not and never have been happy about. I’ve tried to learn to except it. But. I know now that is just not going to be my way. It’s not like I don’t like to go out and do things with other people; my problem is fear of being judged by others because of what I look like and how I may react to different things I may do while I’m out. I don’t know when this fear of being myself started, but I’m going to do everything in my power to get rid of it. One thing I’m not going to do is blame others for the way I feel about me. Instead I’m going to concentrate on the way things make me feel.
Me back in 4th or 5th grade.
As you can see I was never a skinny child nor adult, (Side note: I weighed 183 pounds in 3rd grade). Always wanted to be within the healthy guidelines of body fat%, but that never happened for me until now. I’m hoping this change will spark me to want to do something I’ve always wanted to do but never had the balls to, because I thought it would be to hard. Well, I say bring it on!!!
That thing I’ve always wanted to do is be in the fitness business, looking as good as women like Rahki Giovanni, Nayfit, ChickenTuna, and Ivy78. These women inspired me so much when it comes to the fitness industry, and I hope I do them justice with my plan to get healthy and improve my life.
Below are picture of this women who have filled me with inspiration.
In no way am I saying that I want to look just like them. I’m only saying I want to have the courage to become the best version of ME.
Photos Provided By: https://inspiredfitstrong.com/2012/interviews/interview-with-laura-harris-aka-chicken-tuna/, https://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=4331633&page=22, https://www.oxygenmag.com/lifestyle/qa-ifbb-figure-pro-instagram-fitness-personality-nay-jones-12232, https://sometag.org/account/rahkigiovanni/49737784/?hl=es