Happy first Father’s Day to my person ♥️ before I moved to Los Angeles, I told my mom that the universe was “calling me” to go there. At first I thought it was acting (lol) but now I know for a fact that it was you and Grayson. I couldn’t ask for a better person to be the father to my children and my partner in life. Thank you for being you. I love you!
Try this #shoulder & #triceps tri set on your next upper body day. This means you complete all exercises in a row without resting. THEN you rest and repeat. I’ve been doing more supersets and trisets since having gray because time is important when you are a #mama. It’s a good way to get in more volume and work in a shorter period of time. This is what my #postpartum guide will consist of - a mix of circuits, supersets to save on time, but also of course the compound movements by themselves when necessary!
2️⃣Rear felt flies
3️⃣Alternating front dumbbell raise
Training and #nutrition Guides available at guides.brittanylesser.com
BCAAs by @womensbest
Honestly and unfortunately, my Glutes are a lacking body part of mine. I’m workin on growing them and probably will until i die lmao. But until they’re bigger, posing helps 🤷🏼♀️😂
But Really, you can work on improving your physique but you can not really change where you do and don’t hold fat, where you gain muscle easiest and where you don’t, and just your structure. That’s just the reality of it. I used to always wish I had legs like this girl, a butt like that girl, abs like another girl, etc. but yanno what? I’m me and it’s important to accept yourself the way you are ♥️ comparing is just dumb even though i still do it because let’s be honest there’s so many hot girls on IG that seem perfect lmao the only thing I could really change easily were my boobs because I bought that shit 🍈🍈 other than that, I’ll focus on being the best me and improving myself how I am 🤗
Currently uploading a new YouTube video with a physique update, what I eat in a day, leg workout, & more! I’ll post to my story once it’s live!
Haven’t done a #transformation post in a while! Left photo was about one week #postpartum (5-7 days). It takes about 6 weeks for your uterus to completely shrink after giving birth which is why you still look pregnant for a while 🤷🏼♀️ Right photo was maybe a week or so ago, which was about 3.5 months postpartum! I think there’s about 12 lbs between photos. I don’t really know but who cares. Muscle memory is pretty cooool. You don’t realize how much progress you’re making when you look at yourself daily. I know for me I was like damn why am I not where I want to be yet? Well bitch, you just had a baby 3 months ago and you did make progress you just don’t realize it - me, to me 😂 training hard, eating good, and patience is keyyyyy. the human body is damn incredible!!!! I love fitness!!!!! And health!!! And nutrition!!! And being a mom!!! And my body!!! Go me!!!
In the past, all I wanted to do was shrink... I always felt “bigger” than everyone because I grew like 9 inches in one summer. My lower body/thighs especially have always been an insecurity of mine. Now I’m like.... WHY ISNT MY ASS GROWING FAST ENOUGH?!?!!? 😂 #didyouthinkthiswouldbemotivational#psych#morebootypls#thighs
Huge @gymshark release tomorrow! My athlete link will be in my bio and I do get a small commission if you use my link so ily all who do support me 😍♥️
This set, plus the blue energy seamless, is probably my favorite out of everything. But others that are launching include:
-Dreamy high waisted shorts and crop leggings
-Seamless bralette and thong
-Solace sweater and jogger
-Empower sports bra
-Tonal bra and block leggings
I’m 5’9, 151 lbs, 28 inch waist, 40-41 inch hips, and currently wearing medium leggings and small top (honestly idk how because my boobs are ginormous but whatever lol) 🤗
I friggin love training back! And shoulders... and legs... ok I just love training 😂 no but I’m starting to feel strongggg again and it feels so dang good.
1. Seated cable rows
2. Assisted pull-ups
This was part of my full upper lift because I do a lower/upper split.
Training/nutrition guides at guides.brittanylesser.com
BCAAs iced tea flavor by @womensbest
Song is honey whiskey by satica
WHADDUP IM FEELING MYSELF!!!! I woke up feeling good, well rested, and leaner & i am down 2 inches on my waist! I’m also 1 lbs away from pre pregnancy weight which is pretty cool. I don’t focus on the scale often... tbh no one gives a fuck how much you weigh. That’s a common mistake beginners make when it comes to fitness. No one will ever be like “you look amazing, how much do you weigh? Oh ok nvm you don’t look good anymore...” lmao. I used to be so hung up on it and it’s literally just a number. It’s better to focus on how you feel, how your clothes are fitting, measurements, etc. TBH I have been having some bad body image days recently... Just not feeling 100% in regards to loving myself and my body. And my mom was like “Bitch snap out of it. You gotta practice what you preach. You preach self love and loving your body no matter what, so that’s what you need to do.” MAMA IS ALWAYS RIGHT. I’m training hard, feeling strong, building muscle, eating gooood & free of restrictions, living life, living life, and happppy. CAN I GET AN AMEN
If something seems too good to be true, it probably is. In this case, I’m talking about reaching your fitness goals 💪🏼
You see so much BS online - hunger suppressing lollipops, lose x amount of pounds as fast as possible, spot reduce specific areas of your body, this specific diet is the secret to success & more.
Health and fitness should fit into your life, not consume it. As humans, we want the easy way out. When we want something, we want it now. But it doesn’t work like that! Can you lose weight very quickly? Yes. Can you cut your calories and do tons of exercise? Yes. Can you do these extreme measures? Yes. Is it worth it? Hell no. Why?
1. You won’t be able to maintain anything extreme long-term
2. It’s likely you’ll reach this goal and then fall back into your normal routine and be back where you started
3. Extremes aren’t healthy. Your body is a temple, treat it as such
4. You’ll definitely be miserable
I’ve been there. I’ve done extremes. It wasn’t worth it. I was a crabby bitch lmao and I also couldn’t maintain it. If I did maintain it, my entire life was consumed by it. That’s all I cared about was food, fitness, and my body. I never went out to eat, I never wanted to travel, I never wanted to hang out with people. I just wanted to stay in my bubble.
The key? Make #fitness your #lifestyle. Eat in a way that is balanced and healthy. Make fitness a part of your life & you’re able to sustain it. Make small changes over time. Don’t be obsessed. There is a way to reach your goals without extremes, without tons of cardio, without restriction, and without being miserable, I promise.
Workout & nutrition programs at Guides.brittanylesser.com