Nicole: Update!!!! Training is by far the most intense thing I have ever committed myself to!!!There were actually tears on the stair climber this morning ... My body is changing slowly but things are happening ! I feel much stronger....my diet is the same everyday so my senses are very much aware of rich BAD foods lol sometimes I just want to sit down and eat a whole freakin' pizza !!!!!
8 weeks to go and I think that may happen 😁😁😁😬Thanks to all my friends for the support and especially thanks to my trainer Colette Marcinkowski Kuhnsman for keeping me in check and listening to me when in doubt . This experience will be something I will never forget!!!❤️❤️👙👙👙👙👙👙👙👙👙👙👙👙👙
Colette: This is where the process becomes mentally tough. You see changes in your body but start questioning whether it is happening fast enough. You wonder if you will you be ready in time and begin to experience self doubt. Time to refocus on the positive, remind yourself why you wanted to do this to begin with and how good you will feel when you reach your goal. Nicole was starting to experience some of these feelings. I reminded her how much her body especially her abs have already changed in such a short period of time and how much stronger and confident she is becoming in the gym.
The reasons people choose to compete vary. For most people I know, it has little to do with wanting to be on a stage being scrutinized in a very small bikini. Instead, it has a lot to do with knowing you have the self control to take your body to a level of fitness that allows you to feel comfortable enough to go on stage, and the confidence that you develop when you overcome your fears to do something you never imagined you could, or would, do.
You've got this Nicole!!
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