Squats. On squats. On squats.
Ahhh, the ever so awesome “booty” that we all lust after. Where would we be today as a society without our love for twerking and squeezing our cheeks together? It’s a wonderful thing, really. But honestly, I’m SO over the traditional and boring squat. Like, who’s idea even was it to have us make awkward eye contact with the hottie at the gym while straining and lowering our ass to the floor? Yeah, all set. I’ve got an exercise for you that will change the way you feel about working dat booty.
It involves the term “thrust”. Need I say more? Read below 😉
It always starts out so promising and it’s a wonderful two weeks of progress and positivity! Going to the gym every day, waking up on time, drinking more water and less alcohol…etc. Then one day the alarm doesn’t go off and you remember it’s date night with the in-laws and that bottle of Prosecco sounds pretty damn good. The magic begins to fade and as life sets in we realize that it’s easier to ditch the new habits and indulge in the old vices.
But what if there was one change you could make this year to better your health that was actually simple to keep up with? I’m talking meal prep, baby, and you don’t have to be Gordon Ramsay to make something enjoyable. Here’s the cheat sheet.
I have nodule and cystic hormonal acne. It sucks.
Sometime between my freshman and sophomore year of high school my body decided that my chin would become a viral breeding ground for hard bumps and red oozy things. Cute, right? Oh, did I mention painful? Like so painful that I would wake out of a dead sleep if I brushed over one of my cysts? No? Well yeah, painful. Yay.