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By Cecilia D'Anastasio

Wanted to keep this a Surprise but a few days ago I got interviewed by @kotaku for my Love of DBZ and Personal Fitness Training that i showcase on my Youtube Channel ^u^ I’m truly Honored they had me on their front page. ALSO SHOUT OUTS to my sensei @realanimetraining for being interviewed as well :D BOOYAH!!!!

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exercise 12022016

no bike ride to the gym / raining

  • 6 x 5 pec machine @ 135#
  • 6 x 5 dips
  • 6 x 5 row machine @ 160#
  • 6 x 5 low row machine @ 145#
  • 3 x 10 tricep press machine @ 120#
  • 6 x 5 seated press machine @ 210#
  • 20 minutes on the stationary bike
  • 10 minutes on the elliptical

the gym workers (Chelsea and Alissa and Tiffany) received Dove chocolates

top right pic = Peanut staying warm w/ Mrs. Snap and Sandy in the background

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I forgot to post about my run yesterday. I redid w6d1 for 2.81 miles. I was sore from the fitness blender video I did Wednesday, but I did it.

I then realized that since I Waite sinful Thursday to do my runs for the week, they were going to have to be close together. So I got up and ran today despite being sore. Today’s run had one more minute of running but was overall shorter. I was also tired so I can’t be too bummed that I only went 2.68 mi today.

Now tomorrow will be a rest day full of lots of stuff going on. I’ll be up early baking for a breakfast event, then the event, then some yoga during nap time, Christmas decorating, and then my husband’s work’s family Christmas party. Santa will be propelling down the Macy’s building and you can see it from their office so it’ll be cool even if my kid is too young to get it. He’ll have fun in future years.

anonymous asked:

I'm ftm and 3mos on t. Marching band season is over, and aside from that I don't really do any physical activity. My endo says I should start working out (she didn't specify any specific type of exercise) but I have absolutely zero motivation to. Working out makes me dysphoric and it's also just boring. Any tips? (Btw I have access to a weight bench and dumbbells. I prefer working out in private cause I don't like the looks I get when I'm not binding)

Kii says:

Find something that you like doing and incoorporate it into your workouts. For example, listen to your favorite music or watch a favorite movie or TV show. If you like being outside, go outside and run or do push-ups. Play basketball or whatever sports you enjoy. Just experiment with stuff until you find stuff you enjoy.