I am new to this BeachBody thing and I’m learning I love everything about it, especially the excitement of starting a new program.
Monday May 2nd is the day I chose to begin my new adventure with BeachBody. I will be starting the 60 day program Master’s Hammer and Chisel.
The package alone is pretty scary and the calendar looks even scarier….
I’m so ready to take on this new challenge and I can’t wait to be able to post the before and after photo’s!
Life doesn’t stop when you reach your goals and neither should you. 😀
It’s no body else’s fault but your own if you’re not going to bed satisfied in what you’ve accomplished for the day. 💕
This is one of my favorite quotes. I’m struggling and need to read this daily to remind myself to never give up!
I’m hoping hammer and chisel can pull me out of my funk.
I did it! I’m moving on to the next program… 🙂
May 2nd is the beginning of my next 60 day challenge. I’m excited and nevous… the calender looks challenging, but I believe the 21 Day Fix Extreme has prepared me for this.
I’ve taken a moment to step back from my fitness journey and live life to the fullest, but now I’m back, running full speed ahead. The journey I’ve started with BeachBody is absolutely wonderful and I love every minute of it, but sometimes you need to take life’s opportunities and run with them. I never stopped completely, just took a moment to slow down and breathe… And I have to say it was awesome and I have no regrets. I was able to explore new areas, visit some old places, that I hold dear to my heart, and just overall relax.
I’ve come a long way with embracing my healthier lifestyle and the changes I’ve made stuck with me this time, yes I did splurg every now and then, but I never went crazy as I have in the past. For the first time in my life, I feel as if I’m building a healthy habit and I’m loving every minute of the journey.
I’ve jumped back into the extreme and I don’t feel as if I’ve skipped a beat! The 21 day fix and the 21 day fix extreme are killer workouts that prepare you for anything live throws your way. 🙂 💕
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I bet people are wondering why the blog is called Coffee Toffee and Fitness and well for those of you who don’t know me… I really love my coffee and I can’t go a day without it.
Just the other day, I went without coffee until 2 pm. At 1 pm I could feel the dreaded withdrawl headache starting. Caffeine is a serious drug… and a really hard habbit to kick.
I’m not the type who likes starbucks, though I’ll drink it when it’s the only thing around, I definitely prefer Peet’s over anything else.
My love for coffee all started when I found myself commuting 1 1/2 – 2 hours to work every morning. Thank you LA traffic! 😦 And my need and love for coffee has not fallen since, it’s very rare to find me without a cup of joe in my hand. 🙂
Porto’s iced coffee is also rather delicious, and it’s a very nice treat to have when I’m up in Burbank. I really don’t want to know what goes into making it so delicious though… :0
Today, was the first day of the accountability group I’m co-hosting with my coach. I’m so excited to get to be given this oppourtinity to partner up with her, to run my first of many groups.
So far, we have a great group of girls from all over the US and I’m excited to have all of them with us during this 60 day journey. I can’t wait to get to know everyone and see the results at the end of the 60 days!!!
We’re always looking for more people who are interested in changing their lives and the lives of others. Please reach out if you too want to join this amazing group! 🙂
Day 1 – Complete ❤
Yesterday, I spent a lot of time in the kitchen. Meal prep isn’t the easiest thing to do, but it’s so worth it in the end. I love having meals ready immediantly when I want them. Helps me stay on target and not reach for the easy junk food.
I made Curried Chicken and Dijon Mustard Chicken Salad. 🙂 Recipies below if you’re interested.
Curried Chicken Recipe
Dijon Mustard Chicken Salad
My health and fitness goals will always be a priority in life, but there are some things I will never give up. Boba is definitely one of those things.
The drink in the picture isn’t all that bad for you (I hope.) It’s a Matcha Boba Shake from the local Asian market. From what I’ve heard Matcha is a very healthy, and in my option, delicious form of green tea. Several Matcha drinks out there have lots of cane sugar added, but I don’t believe this one does and that’s why I love it!
I do my best to follow a healthy diet but no ones perfect and sometimes you just have to reach for the Boba. 🙂