Hi I’m Sabrina. I can talk about health and fitness all day. I love being outside. I just started my second life recently.
Grit is what determines success
3 egg whites scrambled w/ 1 whole egg over medium, 2 ounces of purple sweet potato, ⅛ of avocado, ½ cup sauteed spinach and 2 Brazil nuts.
Being a single mother working 2 jobs and being a full time student learned to manage quite a bit, learning how to move forward despite life’s challenges, knowing love is what matters more than anything, never sacrifice your health as it is my vitality, discovering a new perspective on life to avoid suffering- it’s not what happens to you but how you perceive it.
Piloted lifestyle coaching, community health talks, networking, functional medicine certificate & soon to be practice. Drive thrus (delivery service) serving only whole foods, whole foods “ice cream” man.
Nothing was going my way- no support system, low on money, lost job, relationship ended, couldn’t pay my bills and got 3 day notice to move -all occurred in the same week. I allowed life to take me for the ride and I rode the waves looking for meaning/learnings along the way.
Knowing that there is so much I CAN do. The world is like a playground for me to explore. Waking up everyday knowing that there is something new to create or discover in the world is thrilling. I love taking something and creating something even better and see it come to its fruition all from a vision. I love being active because of how it makes me feel- alive. Novelty allows my curious nature to run free and thus create something useful for all of us to get ahead and become better people. I love trial and error because it leads to something great.. I enjoy making a positive change in some way, changing things for the better. As a visionary, I am constantly visualizing things from a conversation of interest. Others in my fields of interest who have achieved greatness inspire and motivate me because I know it’s possible.
My natural bodybuilding goals allow me to shape and create the body I want through muscle and its constant testing of the mind and health benefits I cannot seem to do without at this point. The abundance of novel ideas that can come from my curiosity of “I wonder what how much I can…” allows me to first visualize the possibilities, then come up with some creative ideas on how to accomplish what it is I want to try out to see if it is indeed possible.
The things I do must feed my vision, curiosity for novelty, creativity and discovering the unknown and how far I can go with an idea.
The feeling of “not wanting to” do it sometimes because either I am feeling tired etc. Feelings are feelings but I must not allow them to make the best decisions for me.
Yes! A morning, day and evening one. Every morning as soon as I wake up I open up the blinds to allow the sunshine in, I do my breathing exercises while I stretch, do my rehab exercises (recent car accident), pack my food for the day, pack my gym clothes, after gym clothes, make breakfast, take my supplements, occasional meditation, essential oil.
Daytime: I get outside asap (I usually don’t skip my morning routine unless I have an appointment) to do fasting morning cardio 30-45 min (3x wk). Then I go sit on the outside patio seating at a cafe or coffee shop and eat my breakfast with a coffee or green tea. I then pull out my laptop or phone to work on pending projects/work/create a schedule for the next day etc. I try to schedule time to connect with others during this time and have coffee/breakfast outside with a friend on occasion if it works out. I need to be outside most of the daytime, in the sun if possible. Run errands on occasion.
Evening: Go to gym and train according to my training schedule then post workout cardio 30 min (3x wk). Drink post workout shake on the way home. I either meal prep if needed or I make dinner then shower and set an alarm for the next day to get up 8 hours later. Then sleep!
People’s Awareness level to increase, please!
Watch this: Steve Jobs, The Social Network, “Raw” Eddie Murphy standup (if you want to laugh)
Read this: “The Body Keeps the Score”, “The Five Levels of Attachment”, “A Return to Love”, Anything by Wayne Dyer, “The Power of Now”, “Lost Connections”
Listen to this: Podcast – “Feminist Wellness” (if you are a woman), Ted Talk-”How to stop screwing yourself over” Mel Robbins, Grit: the power of passion and perseverance – Angela Lee Duckworth
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