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ByouBfit by Byoubfit - 3d ago

I like powerlifting. I like bodybuilding. I like both, therefore I train both. Personally, I believe that they can live in harmony, if trained appropriately. In fact, I believe this way of training has attributed greatly to my overall development as a seasoned lifter, and has helped me refrain from injury. Aside from all of [...]

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ByouBfit by Byoubfit - 1w ago

A note I left for my counselor: "Nancy, This morning I reclaimed my power back. My boss, after not talking to me for what felt like weeks, decided to make a very bold and hurtful statement after I said good morning to him this AM. He told me that if I were to be getting [...]

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Exploring. Finding. Creating. Pushing. Only words I can truly use to describe my current state of being. I am relentlessly exploring. Whether that is my mind, and myself, my true hopes and desires, my sexuality, and the like. I am finding my circle. I am finding out who people are underneath the surface. Asking the [...]

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ByouBfit by Byoubfit - 1w ago

I live for deep conversation. I personally believe that is where the greatest connections, realizations, "light bulb moments" and the like, all flow. Unguarded, truthful communication without fear of judgment, with full transparency, and an open mind. But, how often do we find ourselves immersed in conversations of this nature? Rarely ever...unless you are one [...]

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It has been quite some time since my last blog post...let me fill you in on what has been happening, where I currently am at, and where my vision is heading. The Transition. This is the beginning stages of something amazing, I can just feel it within my bones... I am emerging from the slow [...]

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I would be lying if I said this question wasn’t extremely difficult for me to answer. Difficult in regards to the load in which my response carries beneath the surface. And I know every woman, everywhere can attest to that, because I do believe that every woman, at one point or another in her life, …

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"People need to quit looking for the easy way out and GET TO WORK." -Dave Tate I don`t believe "going with the flow" has ever been a strong suit of mine...in fact, I don`t believe i strictly fit the mold of powerlifter or bodybuilder either. My training is a hybrid baby of the two; incorporating …

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When I`m pressed for time, efficiency is key. Which is why I like to train two muscle groups that can be hit with one exercise; chest and shoulders. Most movements for this combo will be on an angle of some sort, a decline or incline, in order to hit both muscles. Supersetting a weighted movement …

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ByouBfit by Byoubfit - 1y ago

As a powerlifter and figure competitor, its essential I work my back every single training session. Whether it is a full back focused day or just adding in an exercise at the middle or end of a training session, I need my back to be strong, dense, and very wide. Most sessions start with pull-ups …

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Metabolic Conditioning is a form of high intensity training though the use of structured work and rest periods that focus on a particular energy system. What distinguishes metabolic conditioning  from every other form of cardiovascular training is how energy is created, how it is used and how rapidly it is expended.The length of the rest …


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