Well we have all heard the saying “abs are made in the kitchen”. I would say I am in pretty good shape. I eat healthy, train hard and overall, take good care of myself. I started doing The Cellulite Project again just to stay on track with healthy eating and eliminating processed food completely from my diet so I will feel energetic and strong. I know I do not need to lose weight and that is not my goal if that is what you are thinking. However, I am not going to lie. Even though I am a thin person, I would like to see some cuts and definition in my abs and arms. I believe “abs are made in the kitchen” . I have a very strong core, but my hard work in the gym is hidden by some junky food effects from earlier this summer. I will put this theory to the test 🙂 I will continue my daily workouts along with following The Cellulite Project over the next 22 days and then I will snap another photo to show my progress. This is a photo of me and my abs taken yesterday.
This is a post that I have on the yoga blog at www.myYogaspacebook.com . Some of you may have seen this, but I know a couple of people who are interested, so ignore it if it bores you:) It was a little experiment I did with myself called The Cellulite Project. For 21 days I only consumed non-processed foods to see what the effect would be on the cottage cheesy look on my thighs. Well I can tell you, it does work. I followed the program almost perfectly except for a couple of weak moments with a graham cracker,
but overall it was not that hard. Now keep in mind I eat alot of whole foods anyway so it was not that difficult for me to take out the junk that I was eating. And anyway, 21 days is not forever right?
So go on over and take a peek at www.myYogaspacebook.com and click on The Cellulite Project under the labels. Let me know if you have questions and I sure appreciate your comments too:) Thanks Y’all!