After a week of non stop fun, non stop inspiration, non stop motivation, non stop laughing and a bit of crying.. I’m home, with confidence that I’ve never had before, a fire in my belly and motivation to chase my dreams and never look back! I am the ceo of my arbonne business, I OWN my arbonne business. I believe strongly and fiercely in my vision and I am ready with a decided heart and mind to take my business to the top! #neverquit #arbonne #vision #motivated #gtc2019 #arbonnelifer #watchmegrow #doingwhateverittakes #arbonneboss
Do you have the rat race mindset or the entrepreneur mindset🧠⠀
What’s up my Masters🔮 Many people spend their lives in the rat race, trying to climb the corporate ladder for that next promotion and pay rise. With that comes the need to ‘keep up with the jones’, as the income increases and ‘corporate status’ increases, so does the need for a fancy car, a fancy watch and a 5* holiday to the Maldives. The result of this is that despite whether you’re earning $25,000 or $125,000 a year, many people still live pay cheque to pay cheque because their living costs increase in line with their income📈⠀
On the other hand, you have the entrepreneur, who first starts off by taking a risk. The risk of acquiring start up capital to get the business rolling (although this is far less needed now than ever before due to the internet!). After a few years the business starts making income because your income is determined by the value you provide, therefore surpassing that of the ‘rat race’ income, resulting in that individual making a lot of money💰💰💰⠀
Two scenarios, 99% of people spend their life in the rat race, the 1% break out and make a fortune. What do you see yourself in the next 5-10 years .⠀
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After a long night and a long fight machine gun Nick Brinson did his best and unfortunlately hurt his left shoulder 3rd round. We gonna come back strong. Proud of him, lasting with Atlantis Fox after a 2 year layoff. Real display of true heart.
“We’re in this together you and I.” -Amazing Grace 💕
Shoutout to this STAR cast!!! You made our opening weekend so special! ✨
Now time to step off the stage and on to SET 🎥 After a 5 show weekend, and put in rehearsals, on the train to NYC and back to filming for my first feature film! ✨
Cheers to all my friends making art. It is HARD work. But wow, isn’t it rewarding baby 😍💫 .
Race season is here!
Whether you're a recreational runner (like me) who's only doing 1, to a few races over the summer, or super competitive and are doing several, what I'm about to talk about will help you in your training.
The 80/20 principle.
What does this mean This means that approximately 80% of the results from training will come from 20% of the training you do.
The best runners spend the majority of their time training doing long duration and moderate intensity training that is below race pace.
The goal is to increase their aerobic capacity. If you don't know what that means, that's fine, but I'm sure you've heard the term VO2Max. This, essentially, is their aerboic capacit6.
The absolute maximum ability of their body to consume and use oxygen.
That's the 80%, now let's talk about the vital 20%. This is going to come from high intensity training. This can be in the form of HIIT, long intervals, tempo runs, hills and fartlek training.
These types of running are done less often but yield huge results on your overall performance by increasing your anaerobic threshold, or sometimes referred to as your lactate threshold.
This is the % of your aerobic capacity that you can maintain before too much lactate and metabolic waste accumulates in your muscles causing you to have to slow down.
By doing higher intensity work but less often, you increase your lactate threshold meaning you can run faster for longer, and get closer to operating at your aerobic capacity.
What should you do
If you do 4 runs per week to train for your run (hopefully more than just a few weeks before your race), then do 3 runs at a moderate intensity for a long duration (usually as long or longer than your race) and do 1 high intensity short duration session.
This will, without being overly structured like a professional runner, give you the best results and have you crushing personal bests come race day.
Comment which races youre doing this summer, and then tag a friend who you're running with (or is running one), so you and them can be prepared and crush it!
I'm doing the @lululemon 10k in July. It was a fantastic event last year and I'm so excited to be doing it again!
5.19.19// Making dumb mistakes isn’t hard. Studying isn’t hard. Eating healthy isn’t hard. Growing up is. Real growing up happens when you look yourself up and down in the mirror and acknowledge your struggles head-on. It means pushing yourself to overcome mental obstacles that you have foolishly set for yourself. Growing up is by no means easy
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