The Challenge


My gym’s 60 day Body Transformation Challenge started yesterday and I couldn’t be more excited to be a part of something that’s going to change so many lives. Continue reading

Motivational Monday: Time


Today’s quote is so true and I sometimes recognize myself in it. But indeed, what’s 30 minutes of training if it can make you feel happy for a lifetime?!

I’m almost off to my Pilates class which I love because its a 1 hour full body workout! It will be my last class for a while now so I’m going to enjoy it for sure!

Get out of your couch and go running for half an hour! I promise it will make you feel better! If its raining and you don’t like rain then look for Blogilates on YouTube and do three of her videos! 😉

Happy Monday!


Motivational Monday: 4 simple rules


Hi guys!

Who’s living a healthy lifestyle and how does that work out for you?

I recently found this image and I agree with the rules they mention! Therefor I’m almost heading to this group class where I will do a great work out during 1 hour in which I’ll train every part of my body! I’m sure I will feel so sore tomorrow but it sure is worth the pain! 😉

The thing I love the most about that class is that the trainer who shows all the exercises is such a happy and active person! She is motivating everyone which is probably the reason of the success of that class! She usually is jumping and dancing around the whole hour which is so great and motivational!

Happy Monday everyone!


The combination of fit and overweight


Last month I went to a health session in Spain because they offered it to me for free and I am really interested in those things. During the session I was told that I had overweight. I was so shocked and sad, because I was doing the Blogilates program and I was eating clean and then they said that to me.

I’m not ashamed of talking about that because I’ve always been a big girl! I was really fat in high school but back then I didn’t care. Then I went to Honduras, which is a country where everyone looks much more to how people look. As I was adapting to the culture, I started hitting the gym over there and found myself training really hard in combination with eating not that much. There they always eat ‘frijoles’ (beans) and I wouldn’t put this on the top of the list of my favorite food. To make a long story short, I really started to take care of myself and lost about 10 kilos in that year (+ I felt great!). Continue reading