Blog Post #25!

I never would have imagined that I would enjoy something as much as this. Sometimes, it’s pretty simple to come up with post ideas. Other times, it’s kind of tough. I feel like this is a way to escape from my stress while I write and edit these. Yes, I’ll admit that sometimes I do vent on this. However, I am trying to steer away from that. To everyone who has been there from the start of this and to everyone who has hopped on here and there for a few posts. Thank you so much! I appreciate it.

This post is going to be about a little bit of everything honestly. First off, I want to send my deepest condolences to everyone who has been affected by the Vegas shooting. Thank you to all of the First Responders. There is so much hate, evil, and craziness in this world today that one can’t help but feel grateful to be alive every day cause you never know what is going to happen.

I read this quote the other day that really spoke to me. Marianne Williamson said, “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our Light, not our Darkness, that most frightens us.”. Many of us, including myself in this, sabotage good things and success in our lives by wrongly telling ourselves that we don’t deserve it or that we aren’t good enough. That we aren’t worthy of the good things and the success. We live in a world that is full of change, constantly evolving, constantly moving forward. Why be afraid of the task that you’re doing? Because you are afraid of being you and being criticized by others. I am guilty of that. The truth is some people are afraid that when they become a light, they make others’ lives go dark. Some people feel guilty to the fact that they are becoming the best version of themselves that they push people away. The reality is that if you become a light, you are lighting a path for someone else to take. We grow, we achieve goals, we succeed, which empowers others to do the same thing. It’s only by being a light that we do what we are supposed to do in life. So do not be afraid. Have faith and strength in yourself.

I have been slacking recently with my working out, however, I am going to hit it hard again. It’s felt pretty good taking it easy though, work has been pretty busy recently with a lot of work coming up. Which I am thankful for the work. I’m going to start working out in the mornings then every other day in the afternoon. Cardio is going to be more important for me as well as some heavier lifting. Lots and lots of body weight exercises. Also, I’m going to focus more on doing some stretches before and after each of my workouts. If you are thinking about starting to workout or have been getting slack like me, here’s a few quotes that I find motivational that help me keep going.

  1. The first step towards getting somewhere is to decide that you are not going to stay where you are.
  2. The body achieves what the mind believes.
  3. Success does not happen overnight. So don’t give up, keep your eyes on the prize and don’t look back.
  4. It’s not who you are that holds you back, it’s who you think you’re not.
  5. It’s not easy, but it’s worth it.

If there’s one piece of advice that I could offer, it would be not to build a wall. You want to lay it brick by brick. If you’re goal is to lose 30 lbs. That’s a great goal. Set small goals to achieve the bigger goal. It’s a confident boost in yourself when you see yourself reaching the small goals. Because that means that you are getting step by step closer to your big goals. It’s important to me that I try to help someone reach their goals.

On a different note, I am into men’s monthly subscription boxes. I’ve tried Five Four Club, Stitchfix, Birchbox, Gentleman’s Box, and few others. If you are looking for some good quality clothes, I recommend Stitchfix. You can pick and choose what clothes you want, as well as deciding how much you want to spend on each type of clothing. So you can pretty much get it to fit in your budget. I did about 4 months worth of boxes for it. I never sent any of the boxes back. It was worth every penny. The clothes always fit me. My favorite box was the Gentleman’s box. It always had a pretty cool tie/bow-tie, pocket square, cologne, lotion, lapels, etc etc. I quit using it though to try some new boxes, which, I will probably end up coming back to it before it’s all said and done. Five Four Club was pretty cool, a lot of different styles however, none of it was really my style. It was good quality clothes though, I did end up getting a few articles of clothing that I liked.

As I stated earlier, this post contains a little bit of everything. I can’t help but feel like in this day and age, people spend too much time worrying and spending time preoccupied with TV, games, and parties. There is so much more to life than drinking and partying. I finally realized that. I admit that I still drink a few every now and then, but I hardly ever overdo it. Life is so beautiful. Take time out your day to walk or go on a hike. Cut your phone off and take in the beauty that is all around you. Treat everyone like you want to be treated. Spread love not hate. Have faith and strength in yourself. I am beyond happy with my life right now. I finally feel like things are going my way and that I am not afraid of the future. In conclusion, Henry David Thoreau said, “Heaven is under our feet, as well as over our heads.”. Truer words have never been spoken. I hope everyone has a great night as well as a great week!

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“Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.” -Maria Robinson

Fitness Love and Life

Workout Ideas!

Hey everybody! I decided to make a list of exercises that I do. I tried to break it down by a category. I’ll talk later on about some of the things that you can do at home. Which, I guess, technically you can do any of these at your home with the right equipment. None the less, I’ll figure something out! I’ll pick and choose some of the exercises to talk about. Before each time you exercise though, always stretch. I stretch before and after my exercises to help prevent injury. I do some warm-up exercises as well to get the blood flowing. Some examples are running in place, high knees, jumping jacks, quick jabs, etc.


Ab Exercises:

  1. Plank (so many different variations): Normal planks, elevated feet planks, planks with leg raise, two point plank, and etc. I think one of the toughest planks I do are the two point planks. I also found a new one where you take a pyramid stack of dumbbells. With your left/right arm move the dumbbells one at a time to the other side in a pyramid stack. Pausing for 5 seconds in the normal plank position before moving the next dumbbell. Then move it all back to the original side. It’s incredibly rough if you aren’t used to it. My abs kill me after this exercise every time. Thank you to Stephen Amell (actor on the CW) for the exercise. He’s one of my favorite actors and a big fitness inspiration for me. See pictures below to see what I mean
  2. Mountain climbers: I found these velcro furniture sliders that my feet can rest on. Makes for a better workout!
  3. Barbell rollout
  4. Bicycles
  5. Hanging leg raise
  6. Hanging knees to elbows
  7. Hanging hurdle
  8. Sit-up
  9. Russian twists
  10. Elbows to knees

Push-up Variations: Depending on the exercise you choose to do, you can work a few muscles (biceps, shoulders, delts, chest).

  1. Stacked feet push-ups
  2. Wide grip push-ups
  3. Roman push-ups
  4. Diamond push-ups
  5. Side to side push-ups
  6. Push-up and row
  7. Clap push-ups
  8. ISO Pause push-ups

Pull-up Variations:

  1. Standard pull-ups
  2. Wide grip pull-ups
  3. Close grip pull-ups
  4. Pull-up right/left
  5. Towel pull-ups
  6. Ring pull-ups
  7. Weighted pull-ups: These are my favorites to do. Something about adding 25 lbs on and being able to pull yourself up is just an awesome feeling. I also like it because I feel like I work my lats a lot more with the vest on than without it.


  1. Box jumps: You can step up on it and do some lunges. A bunch of other things as well!
  2. Lateral box jumps
  3. Over box jumps
  4. Hurdle jumps
  5. Speed ladder: Super cheap and easily something really fun to work with. Pick a pattern whether you step and jump, or if you step with your left and skip a box. It’s a lot to do and will work on your reflexes and agility.
  6. Jogging
  7. Jump rope

Barbell Workouts:

  1. Bench press (standard, close grip, reverse grip)
  2. Bent row
  3. Back squat
  4. Front squat
  5. Overhead squat
  6. Deadlift

Dumbbell Workouts:

  1. Single arm bench press
  2. Single arm row
  3. Dumbbell press
  4. Goblet squat
  5. Dumbbell thrusters
  6. Curls: Hammer curls are my favorite type of curls to do. I can do a higher weight doing those than normal curls. Also, I don’t know if you know this but take a lower weight and lay your forearm on your thigh. Curl your wrist up and it’s a pretty effective way to work your forearms.

I know I’ve said this before but I believe that doing HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) exercises are the best and most efficient way to get lean muscle mass. I am not a certified personal trainer. Speaking from my personal experiences doing a little bit of everything, this is what you need to do if you’re trying to lose weight. It works your cardio, arms, back, legs, and etc. Pretty much anything and everything will be worked depending on what you include in your HIIT workout. Whenever I workout at my house, I use dumbbells, curl bar, salmon ladder, and kettle bells for my exercises. I’ll give you a few example of my HIIT exercises that I do.

The Ab Slayer: Do 6 rounds. 1 minute of rest between each round. Try to keep moving though while you rest. I normally drink a lot of water between sets. I think normally each set depending on your pace should take about 4 mins? I try to keep a good pace going instead of speeding through.  So roughly should be a 30 min workout (give or take).

  1. Elbows to Knees: 30
  2. Bicycle Crunches: 30
  3. Sit-ups: 30
  4. Russian Twists: Until Failure
  5. Flutter Kicks: 30

TNT: Do 6 rounds. 1 minute of rest between each round. This one should take around 40 mins give or take? It’s all about keeping a steady pace. You don’t want to rush yourself.

  1. Quick jabs with Dumbbells: 20 each arm (You don’t want the weight to be too high. I normally do 10 or 15 lbs. If you are a female and just starting, maybe start with 5 lbs to 8 lbs.).
  2. Squats with Dumbbells: 20
  3. Curls with Dumbbells: 15 each arm
  4. Heel Raises with Dumbbells: 20
  5. Half-Burpees: 25
  6. Push-ups: 20
  7. Body Dips: 20

The pictures right here are from the plank with dumbbells I was talking about earlier. Such pretty dumbbells am I right? Very effective workout though. I’ll work my way to higher weights!

One of my favorite things to do are push-ups and pull-ups! So here’s a few pics of some different variations!


I want to thank everyone for reading! Hopefully one or two of y’all will find this post pretty helpful! Good luck to everyone who wants to start working out! As always if anyone has any questions, feel free to message me! Much love to all of you readers out there.

“When you have a vision and you see that vision come true, it really only shows you that anything can happen, you can do it all.”


DIY Salmon Ladder

So I had a few people ask me how I made this. It was relatively easy. I had my brother (Clayton), come over to help me with a few pieces of it. I was originally only going to do the Salmon Ladder, however, I saw a picture of someone who made a pegboard to go with it. I couldn’t resist making one for myself (picture at the bottom). Which, by the way, brand new respect for anyone who can do that. I’ve been trying for a few weeks now and I can barely do it, I guess I haven’t built up enough muscle to do that yet.

I’m going to break this down for y’all by listing the materials you need then the directions for building it.


  1. 3 inch screws
  2. Drill and drill bits
  3. 2×6 (1 at least 6 ft long)
  4. 2×4’s (6 at least 8 ft long)
  5. 6×6 (2 of them 12 ft long)
  6. Liquid Nail (2 or 3 bottles)
  7. Post-hole diggers
  8. Shovel
  9. Saw
  10. Tape measure
  11. Levels (4 ft and 6 ft levels)


Step 1: Pick a spot in your yard, field, or wherever you want to put it. I chose a spot toward the back right corner of my yard. It’s kind of in the shade during different parts of the day (reason I chose it).

Step 2: Measure out the distance ( I went with 3.5 ft apart for the sides (6×6’s) going up) and mark it to dig with the post-hole diggers. I say you need a shovel cause a post-hole digger isn’t going to give you the width that you need for the 6×6’s. Might have to use your hand too to claw out some dirt. The important thing is to dig down at least 2 ft. I did this because I wanted to make sure it was deep enough to be sturdy…ish.

Step 3: May require some help. Stick the 6×6’s in the holes. Use the level on the sides to level it up while you put dirt in the hole. You could also get a concrete mixing bag and mix up some concrete in there to keep it from moving. I didn’t do this because I’m gonna move out this house and whoever moves here next might not like the salmon ladder in the yard (Haha!). I wanted to make it relatively easy for them to demo it. I instead used rock and dirt. The rocks keep it from moving. Take the 6 ft level and go across the 6×6’s to make sure they line up right.

Step 4: Cut some 2×4’s down into pieces around 6 inches with a 35 degree angle on one side. You need these for the bar to catch on as you jump up. You need however many you want to use for your height. I went with 1 ft from the top. Spaced around 7 or 8 inches apart. So I got 4 on there I can jump too. I think on American Ninja Warrior they are spaced about a 1 ft apart? Maybe next one I build I will do that.

Step 5: After getting the marks for the 2×4 pieces. Take the liquid nail and put on the back side of it and screw on the mark with 3 screws. The liquid nail will offer some extra support cause you come down pretty hard sometimes on them.

Step 5: At the very top, take the 2×6 cut across both the 6×6’s as a cross support to hold both together.

Step 6: I went with a black iron pipe from Lowes to use. It’s kinda heavy. Maybe I’ll switch to something a little lighter. The first thing I used the pipe was bending pretty good in the middle. Kind of made me feel like it was going to break so I switched to something a little more thicker for more support.

Step 7: If you poured the concrete then I don’t think you need some supports coming off the bottom. However since I didn’t, I cut some 2×4’s with an angle and took some concrete pins to hammer in ground for a little more support to keep it from rocking back and forth.

I hope everyone enjoys this post as well as enjoys using their salmon ladder! It’s so much fun. Every day, I’m out there using it for my daily pull-ups. It’s a great feeling going out there and being able to say, “Hey I built that.” If I could do anything differently I would figure out some way to catch the bar in case I miss. I had an accident where I knocked myself in the forehead and nose. Maybe gave myself a mild concussion? Didn’t go to the doctor. Bled a bunch though. Anyways, don’t discourage you from trying this! It is so much fun!

Thanks to everyone for the read! I hope everyone enjoys it!

– Daulton

“Keep your eyes on your goals. While everyone is partying, you’re giving everything you got to transform your dreams into reality.”

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Punching Bag Workout!

I got this 80 lbs punching bag which fits perfect on the ceiling. I did a workout on Monday with my cousin Brendan with his 100 lb punching bag. We had some issues with it staying on the ceiling. I didn’t have any issues with my 80 lb one. Which is wonderful! I do eventually want to get a 100 lbs one, which I will probably keep up at the office on a stand. I think it would come in handy to have a 80 lb one at the house for my morning workouts, and a 100 lb one for the afternoon workouts with other people.

I don’t know much about boxing besides it’s a killer workout. As well as something I have always wanted to do and have never done it. I’m 23 (not getting any younger), I’m getting into the best shape of my life. Why not try something that I’ve always wanted to do? Muhammad Ali said, “He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life.“.

To begin my boxing workout, I do some stretches and high knees to get the blood flowing and heart pumping. I probably will start jump roping as well (not very good, definitely will have to practice). Which also, I need to get better with my footwork, head moving, and a bunch of other stuff. It’s a work in progress. Here’s a list of what I do for the actual workout! Then I’ll post some pictures and talk about the workout! Maybe once I get better, I’ll post a few videos.

Boxing Workout: Every punching exercise is 3 minutes

  1. Light Punches
  2. Left Arm Only
  3. Right Arm Only
  4. 3 Punch Combos
  5. Close bag work: tight and fast
  6. 4 Punch Combos
  7. All Punches non-stop (keep momentum)

In between each of these, I do as many push-ups and sit-ups that I can do. If I feel like I can’t do a ton of push-ups, instead I’ll do what I call Spider-man push-ups (you’ll see in the pictures). It’s a pretty brutal workout. My arms, shoulders, and lats are sore after doing this today. I definitely had to push myself to do some last second punches when I heard the timer about to go off. The 3 minutes that I spend on each one of these are the longest 3 minutes of my life. They are also the best 3 minutes of my life. Every punch thrown and every minute that passes, I can feel my arms getting sore and tired. I keep going though because motivation gets you started, determination keeps you going.

This was only left arm exercise. It’s not to bad because I’m left handed. My left arm is a lot stronger than my right arm. Towards the 3 minute mark though (for any of these exercises) you can feel the burn. Great feeling! You know you’re doing something right.

This was only the right arm exercise. As you can tell in the pictures, the right arm is not as strong as the left. Lol. It’ll get stronger the more I do this as well as all my other workouts. I have to stop every once in awhile for this. Probably every 45 seconds or so. Stretch my arm out and then I get right back to it.

These are the Spider-man Push-ups (might be another name for them out there). These are a lot of fun because it works your arms, lats, shoulders, and core. Pretty simple to do. Just pretend your climbing a wall and every step you take forward do a push-up. I go from as close to the wall as I can get to the end of the garage. Maybe one day, I’ll have enough energy to go to the end of the driveway (fingers crossed). These get steady tougher to do after every punching exercise.

This was from the 3 punch combo exercise. This is my favorite to do because I can take it slow for a few then just go fast on a few. It’s a great combination of slow and fast that keeps your arms from getting too tired while still keeping the cardio up. The 4 punch combo is more of a fast one for me. I try and go as fast as I can with the 4 punch combo. I don’t know if that’s smart or not, but I can definitely feel it after I’m done.

The last exercise is by far the toughest, the reason why I save it for last. I get close to the bag, and I just go crazy. I try and keep the same momentum going the entire time. It’s definitely tough to do as well as intense as all get out. I twist my upper body with each punch so that my core gets a workout as well. My arms are extremely tired after this. Luckily I always have some KT Tape. I put it on my shoulders mostly. The stuff is a life saver. I highly recommend it. Almost instant relief when I put it on. I use IcyHot Patches as well if it’s that sore.

My game plan with this punching bag is to start doing this in the mornings as one of my morning workouts (2 mornings of cardio, 2 mornings of push-ups/sit-ups/pull-ups, and 2 mornings of punching bag). For awhile, I was really tired. All of the time because my body wasn’t used to doing workouts in the morning and afternoon. Now, my body feels great. I’m still tired, not as bad though. Fitness is something that I really love doing and talking about (as you all can tell). There’s so much out there to learn and to experience when you start talking about fitness, being healthy, and working out. I think that’s part of the reason why I love it so much. If anyone has any questions, as always, don’t hesitate to ask. Always here to help someone. I hope everyone enjoys reading this and I hope it inspires someone else out there to get a punching bag. Thanks for everything everyone!

“The pain of the process is only temporary, but the feeling of achievement lasts forever.”




3rd Tire Workout

So today has been a great day! I was able to relax some and had some work to do. The highlight of the day (highlight of most every day) is definitely hitting the gym (or in this case yard) for my workout! I don’t know what it is about doing these tire workouts. Every time I do one, I feel like I’ve worked muscles that have never been worked before. Not to mention the feeling you get when you think you can’t do anymore. Then you push yourself to do one more. It’s great.

Today, I basically did the same thing that I did the other day! Expect I added push-ups to it as well as a different lift. I mainly did it to workout my core, shoulders, and lats more. Which, by the way, are extremely sore. I also added heel raises to work my calves. They aren’t really sore, but I can tell I worked them and that’s all that matters!

So today’s blog is going to be mostly pictures so you can see everything that I did. I made sure to take a ton of pictures for everyone to see. I’m eventually gonna do some videos once I find a decent video editor (Side note: if anyone knows a good video editor…let me know. Thanks!). Like I said before I do the super sets. Today, I started with squats, calf raises, tire lifts, push-ups, and ended with farmer carries. It’s really a simple and fast workout. I think I did all 5 super sets in 40 minutes roughly? I think each super set takes about 6 mins or so. Then I take a minute to 2 minute break between each super set for water and to catch my breath. I drink 2 bottles of water while doing this exercise, I don’t know if that’s a lot or not. As much as I sweat though doing it, I feel like 2 bottles is perfect.

If anyone has any questions about any of the workouts or anything. Don’t hesitate to write me! Thanks again for everything everyone! Hope everyone has a blessed day!

“Physical fitness is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body, it is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity.” – John F. Kennedy


Chest, Arms, and Shoulder Day

Hey everyone! I decided to try something new today. Which I’ve actually tried before with lower weights. I decided to take it up a notch with 30 lb dumbbells. I’ve seen people do it on Facebook and Instagram. So, I figured why not! Basically, the new exercise is you get into push-up position. You do the push-up, and then you lift the dumbbell with the arm closest to your body. Then you move that dumbbell forward, leaving the other dumbbell close to your body. You do the push-up, lift the dumbbell, and crawl forward. It’s really easy, but it’s complicated at the same time. I love it. My shoulders and lats are really sore. Here’s a few pics of the exercise. Then I’ll talk about the rest of my workout today!






The next thing I did was I went into the gym at my house, did 3 sets of bench presses (7 reps each) set at 110 lbs. I did the close grip ones. If you hold your hands at different places on the barbell, you’ll work different muscles. I feel when my hands are closer together, it works the inner part of my chest.

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After I did the bench presses, I did 3 sets of both regular curls and reverse curls (to work both my biceps and triceps). I used the 30 lbs dumbbells instead of 40 lbs because I was already pretty sore after the garage workout.

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The next thing I did was 3 sets with 8 reps of Dumbbell Reverse Flys. Can definitely feel the burn after doing those. I need to work on my form some more. Bend over a little more to isolate my shoulder muscles more. I used the 30 lbs dumbbells again.

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My last exercise before I did my every day ab workout was the One-Arm Dumbbell Rows. I do 3 sets of 12. This works my shoulders, arms, and lats. Get a little combination exercise going on before I call it for the day.

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Then to finish things out. I do a variety of different ab exercises with a total number of reps of 120. Elbows to knees, windmill, arms-high partial sit-up, Russian twists, flutter kicks, and leg raises are just a few examples of what I do. I really enjoyed doing this! Gonna do some hiking related ones next, a few more DIY ones, and come back to fitness related stuff later next week. Also, I’m taking a trip Saturday to Folly Beach for the day. I’ll probably blog about that too. Super excited about the blog! Everyone have a blessed day!

“Your fitness is 100% mental, your body won’t go where your mind doesn’t push it.”




Tire Workout!

Hey everyone! Today I’m going to talk about the tire workout. Which my friend, Josh, and I have named Tirezan! Corny and lame, I know. I’m open to other names.

I got 3 tires, each weigh around 120 lbs. Which is perfect for me. Construction work is physically demanding, so working from 7:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. can be tiring. Any weight heavier than 150 lbs would probably kill me. Which, who knows, maybe one day I’ll get some heavier weights. I’ve always seen people talk about and watched videos with people doing workouts with tires. I’m trying to push myself physically to try new things. I’m very excited about trying these and I hope you enjoy reading about it.

To start off with, definitely need to stretch your legs and arms really good. Cause I do these in Supersets. Which means, I do 5 exercises back to back with no break. After I do one complete superset, I take a minute and half break, drink some water, catch my breath. Then back to it. I try to do 5 supersets total with a total of 10 reps per exercise.

The first exercise that I do is hit the tire with the sledgehammer. Really loosens me up and gets my heart pumping. Instead of doing this though, you can also bend over, and just lift up the tires. I did that today. Definitely will work your back and shoulders.bandicam 2017-04-04 17-09-19-799bandicam 2017-04-04 17-09-20-554

The second exercise that I do is tire flips. I just get in squat position, and kind of leap up to get the tire to flip. I try not to move my arms in the motion as to put the action on my legs and core. I don’t know if this is the correct way to do it, but I like doing it!DCIM100GOPRO

The third exercise is squats. The tire is big enough around that I can stand in the middle of it and squat with it. Getting a good grip on it is tough. Sometimes when I grab and lift it, it leans forward or backward. I just try to adjust my hand so the tire is pretty level. The first few times I did this, the day after my thighs and butt are really sore. Which is exciting cause when I do regular squats, I feel some soreness but it’s nothing compared to with a tire.
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bandicam 2017-04-04 17-09-11-750The fourth exercise is farmer carries. I carry the tire 25 yards, back and forth. I try not to set it on the ground. This exercise is killer on the legs and forearms. My forearms were really sore after doing a few of these. I have on an occasion had to set the tire down and stretch my arms because of how sore my forearms have been. There’s no shame in that!

The last exercise I do is extremely simple. It’s a tire jump, where you jump over the tire. It’s great for your legs and some cardio. Just get down to squat position and land in squat position.
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bandicam 2017-04-04 17-08-48-470As you can tell in some of the pictures, I have a weighted vest on. The vest weighs 20 lbs. I added it on at the last minute to intensify the workout. Let me tell you something…my whole body feels like a spaghetti noodle. When I started my workout plan 3 weeks ago, I weighed 173.3 lbs. First week, I lost 2 lbs. Second week, I gained 2 lbs. So I’m right at 173 lbs. Which is awesome. My goal is to maintain 170 lbs and get some solid definition and lean muscle mass.

I really enjoy doing these blogs. It really helps me take my interest in everything I do to the next level. And I really hope everyone enjoys it, as much as I do. Thanks everyone! Hope you all have a great day!

“If something stands between you and your success, move it. Never be denied.” – The Rock