• 12-week training Guide
  • Workouts can be done anywhere
  • Little to no equipment needed
  • Include cardio & stretching
  • Step by step photos of each move
  • Perfect for busy schedules

Lifestyle

Breast Implant Illness: One Month Post Op Update

Well, folks! I am officially 4 weeks out of surgery. I also officially have the clear to start resuming daily activities such as picking up my kids, lifting things, and working out. The last month has been so challenging, but...

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Lifestyle

Bubble Butt Pyramid Workout + How I Keep My Activewear Fresh

This post is sponsored by Febreze In-Wash Odor Eliminator. All opinions are my very own. The weather has been nuts lately! I live in Florida and even though we are close to the beach, it's been rather chilly around here...

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Wellness

How My Breasts Look After Explant Surgery (Breast Implant Illness)

Th wait is over. Today, I will be showing you the after effects of my breast explant surgery. As most of you know, I have been suffering from breast implant illness for quite some time. Therefore, I decided to remove...

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Sia cooper

I went to nursing school in 2010 and this is where my weight began climbing. By the time of my graduation, I was overweight, constantly sick, and tired of feeling heavy. I was a full-time college student working part time and I was making barely any money to afford anything more than fast food. I had no clue where to start so I decided to educate myself and make a lifestyle change in which I dropped 45lbs in just 9 months, from clean eating alone.

I started my blog as a way to help keep me accountable, and share with others what has worked and what hasn’t. I also used my blog to help keep me accountable throughout my first pregnancy in which I worked out until labor began and gained 30lbs throughout.

Through this website, I hope to motivate and inspire as many people as I can to transform their lives for the better.

Your trainer and friend,

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