Oct 28, 2008

HAPPY 31ST BIRTHDAY BABY!Hubbys birthday on the weekend, did nothing flash, just coffee and cake with family and friends, it was lovely and relaxed. I cant do anything full on anyway cause Im so tired these days....I feel like a big heavy cow at the moment!

4 sale after birth:
Size 14f tits! $500 a tit....BARGAIN!

Ive gone up 3 cup sizes in 6mths and my backs feeling it! Now I know how these big breasted woman feel and why they have such back problems.



P.S Andrea I will get a pic up asap....Im scared to take one! lol x

Oct 23, 2008

24 weeks pregnant - 6 month mark! YAHHHH...Third tri-mester here we come!

Your fetus weighs more than 600 grams. Though she still has little body fat and her skin is thin and fragile, she's now well-proportioned. Her brain is growing rapidly, and she is starting to fill the space in your uterus. From crown to heel she could measure 30 centimetres. If you went into labour at this time, however, many obstetricians and midwives would make every effort to halt the progress of premature labour to enable your baby to continue maturing. You may be noticing faint, red or brown streaks known as striae or stretch marks on your abdomen, hips and breasts. While creams won't erase them, wearing a supportive bra may help prevent or minimise them on your breasts. They are very common at this stage of the pregnancy -- about 90 per cent of women get them. After you've given birth, the reddish or brown pigmentation in the stretch marks gradually fades, and the streaks become lighter than the surrounding skin.
No stretchy's yet thank goodness!!

Hi all!
Well lots has been happening! in the last weeks of studying Cert 4 in Fitness at TAFE. Enjoying it but its a big toll on the body when your 6mths pregnant, work full time and study part time. So Il be happy to finish it!
Hubbys 31st birthday tomorrow the 24th Oct....god bless him...hes a good hard working man..LOVE YA BABE.
And here is a photo of Vivienne I promised you all... She won the WNBF Ms Fit Championships and off to New York in Nov...Im so proud of her! On the left is another good friend Kerry Ware who placed 4th.....YOUR AWESOME KERRY!

Anyways back to work and study...more updates soon!

Oct 14, 2008

Diet right - and clean

By Valentina Chepiga - 2000 Ms. Olympia
For years now, I watch in agony, women gorging on anything they can get their hands on to shove in their mouths after a contest. What confuses me is after all the time and energy they have put into making their bodies so clean and beautiful, how can they sabotage all that they have struggled so hard to accomplish over many months, in a matter of days. So I try to understand. A day does not go by in my gym, without hearing women talk about ice cream or cookies, or something sweet and tasty, as they are chatting away while doing their cardio for one hour. I think to myself, "They will go eat this after sweating so hard?" "We all have addictions of some sort. Eating is simply overlooked."When I am asked how I stay in such great shape, I tell them the simple truth. I eat clean food. Then I am always asked, "What is clean food". Fresh vegetables, chicken, eggs, fish, meats, rice. Food that is prepared and cooked in my own kitchen is what I consider clean food.
Going to a fast food restaurant and purchasing a chicken Caesar salad is not clean food. Do you really think they cut the vegetables up fresh when you order that salad? It is prepared hours or days in advance and laced with preservatives so the greens stay crispy. Take The Time If you take the time to read the exact ingredients on a box of processed food, you will see many items that you cannot even pronounce. That should be a warning sign right away. But always overlooked. It seems the most logical reason is denial. You do not want to know the truth because it is too difficult to accept.
Bodybuilding has been in the forefront for enough years now that there are thousands of "Perfect Contest Diets". The perfect contest diet is the one that you yourself can formulate through trial and error on your own body. We are all different. Metabolism, hormones, age (a HUGE factor), and training programs are all unique for each individual. A contest diet does not start eight to twelve weeks out. A bodybuilder must be consistent off-season as well, for that is when they have the chance to add muscle size and change the shape of their body. How can you see what is changing if there is extra padding around the product? Consistency & Knowledge It takes consistency, and knowledge of what foods make you perform the best. There are so many books out there with nutritional information in any bookstore you can find. Buy a book that has info on all the food categories and start from there. I believe that what you put into your body for fuel is the most important secret of bodybuilding. Of course you need to lift weights and be consistent with your cardio. But if you don't put the right ingredients into your body, the whole package is not capable of working in harmony.