I may bring @zeal_company back in a new vessel. I’ve tripped and fallen a handful of times and burned hella bridges but everything finna be okay. In other news: damn i look ugly as fuck in bulk mode. Who else gets a puffy face during bulk season? Lmaoo
❇️ My fitness journey isn’t always about me. Through my fitness journey i inspire to inspire others along the way it is as important to me as my own personal fitness goals. 💪🏽S/O to @shelbss13_ for a deadlifting Pr on that day 💪🏽 #watchmework#beavisionary
Não foi o tempo q nós fez amiga, foi a conexão🙏🏾💖Você fica muito parecido com as pessoas com quem convive..
.Então escolha com cuidado,e meu coração escolheu como inspiração a minha eterna musa inspiradora,aquela musa inspiradora que me batizou como amiga,e eu sinto uma gratidão enorme por isso,onde aperta para dar pause ,pois eu queria que o dia de hoje ficasse parado💖pois ao lado dela eu me sinto uma pessoa inexplicavél e abençoada..Obrigada por tudo que faz por mim,por todo carinho e atenção😍💖 #anabolics#anabolicgirl#treinocomestilo#musa#gymnastics#bodybuildinglifestyle#muscles#focused#fitnessmotivation
Best surprise ever!!! Thanks girls for my first pole dancing class I had so much fun although I was terrible at it I definitely want to try it again 😆 No footage will be shared since I was that bad 🙈🙈 haha just know next time I’m bringing the heels and you’ll see my moves 😝 #sweatbysteph#poledancing
6 weeks out until my powerlifting meet 💪 tapering starts today which means 4 days of hard training a week and less hypertrophy than I’ve ever done. This training style is sooo different but I absolutely love it! 😍 Let’s see what this girl can lift in 6 weeks. 🙌
Don’t let society mold you to fit inside a box you don’t belong in.
I was an unconventional little girl. I enjoyed climbing trees, beating video games, using toys that were made for “boys”, and playing in the boys hockey league. Flash forward to 13, my closest friends were spread around the world. Xbox 360 was my escape from reality, a small town where I didn’t belong. On Xbox I was constantly told “video games are for boys” and “girls are bad at video games.” The hate fueled my motivation to be better, by the time I was 15 it was nearly impossible to beat me.
I knew immediately I wanted to be a software engineer, I found peace in coding. Waterloo was my dream, but I never imagined the hate I would face for not “fitting in.” I was 18 years old writing the first final exam of my University career. I raised my hand to ask a question and my professor, a 50 year old man, said to me “You should cover up more, you are distracting the boys.” In that moment he told me that the education of my male classmates was more important than me & who I was.
Hate fueled my motivation. I was told “You’re stupid, you must sleep with your professors to pass.” “You can’t be sexy and an engineer.” “You need to change who you are to fit in.” Each hateful word intensified the fire inside of me. There were days I didn’t think I would survive. Moments the hateful words made me stop believing in myself. Despair took over my soul, & I found myself in the hospital trying to find reasons to live. I chose to fight. Fight for my family, for my dreams, & for a chance to prove my haters wrong.
Today I fight for the young women who haven’t found their voice. I fight to show the world an engineer doesn’t have to fit in a defined “box”. I fight for people who are too scared to show the world their true colors. Never give up on your dreams or who you want to be because you aren’t following society’s “rules.” Break stereotypes, shatter glass ceilings, and learn to dance to the beat of your own heart.