hanfituk

Hannah Jayne

Physical and mental strength
Bournemouth/London/21
University of Bath
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This girl need a a tan πŸ™„

This girl need a a tan πŸ™„ - 2 days ago

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Perfection is not attainable, but if we chase perfection, we can catch excellence

Perfection is not attainable, but if we chase perfection, we can catch excellence - 6 days ago

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Happy #TransformationTuesday, and I can only apologise for the quality of my phone camera in 2016 πŸ™ˆ. So picture on the left I was working 9-6, then going to the gym for a class (because the gym itself intimidated me too much) and then having a protein shake and completely depriving myself of an evening meal. I was pretty thin, but I couldn't work out why my booty wouldn't grow. I really didn't have a clue what to do when it came to training and nutrition!πŸ˜‚ I still feel like I'm guessing sometimes now but one things for sure- starving yourself will never help you grow, post-workout food is ESSENTIAL, and eating frequently will boost your metabolism SO DON'T SKIP MEALS🍽.

Happy #TransformationTuesday , and I can only apologise for the quality of my phone camera in 2016 . So picture on the left I was working 9-6, then going to the gym for a class (because the gym itself intimidated me too much) and then having a protein shake and completely depriving myself of an evening meal. I was pretty thin, but I couldn't work out why my booty wouldn't grow. I really didn't have a clue what to do when it came to training and nutrition! I still feel like I'm guessing sometimes now but one things for sure- starving yourself will never help you grow, post-workout food is ESSENTIAL, and eating frequently will boost your metabolism SO DON'T SKIP MEALS🍽. - 7 days ago

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If you've lost everything, then you are a force to be reckoned with.

You've got nothing left to lose, but everything to gain πŸ’ƒπŸΌπŸ‘ŠπŸ’ͺπŸ’ƒπŸΌπŸ‘ŠπŸ’ͺπŸ’ƒπŸΌπŸ‘ŠπŸ’ͺ

If you've lost everything, then you are a force to be reckoned with. You've got nothing left to lose, but everything to gain 🏼🏼🏼 - 8 days ago

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So I made some changes this week:
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1.πŸ” Diet: I cut out dairy for the benefit of my digestion. It's worked a treat, and I haven't bloated once all week! I also stopped eating my feelings away. I've been so disciplined and I'm feeling much better for it.
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2. πŸ‹πŸΌβ€β™‚οΈTraining: I began training abs again and incorporating some low intensity cardio into my routine (both of which I've neglected since November). It has taken one week for these abs to pop out again which just motivates me so much to keep it upπŸ’ƒπŸΌ.
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3. 🏨Health: I saw a private dermatologist. My acne has been severe for the past few months and the NHS doctors haven't been very helpful so I decided to go private. And I am so happy with the outcome- it's definitely worth the cost to see someone who knows exactly what they're talking about and to be prescribed a combination of treatments which I have confidence in!
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4. πŸ›ŒRest: I've reluctantly committed to taking an entire week off the gym. Thanks to exams and skin troubles, I had a mental crash on Wednesday. So I decided to come home and I didn't bring any of my gym stuff with me. I figured that training (although I absolutely love it and it is an amazing stress relief from exams) is probably taking up a bit too much of my time at the minute. Which is fine, gains don't disappear overnight. I'll get back on it after Wednesday when the bulk of my exams are over.
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5.πŸ’ƒπŸΌ Confidence: I stopped wearing make up for the week to allow my skin to recover from all the crazy chemicals the doctors have made me put on it. I hadn't left the house without makeup on in months so this was a big deal for me but I'm learning to embrace my natural self and have more confidence in my unaltered appearance.
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As a result of these things I'm ending the week feeling much happier and positive about the future. Bereavement is an odd one and it will knock you down when you least expect it to. But that doesn't mean that you can't get back on your feet again and come back fighting harder every single timeπŸ‘Š.

So I made some changes this week: - 1. Diet: I cut out dairy for the benefit of my digestion. It's worked a treat, and I haven't bloated once all week! I also stopped eating my feelings away. I've been so disciplined and I'm feeling much better for it. - 2. πŸ‹πŸΌβ€β™‚οΈTraining: I began training abs again and incorporating some low intensity cardio into my routine (both of which I've neglected since November). It has taken one week for these abs to pop out again which just motivates me so much to keep it up🏼. - 3. Health: I saw a private dermatologist. My acne has been severe for the past few months and the NHS doctors haven't been very helpful so I decided to go private. And I am so happy with the outcome- it's definitely worth the cost to see someone who knows exactly what they're talking about and to be prescribed a combination of treatments which I have confidence in! - 4. πŸ›ŒRest: I've reluctantly committed to taking an entire week off the gym. Thanks to exams and skin troubles, I had a mental crash on Wednesday. So I decided to come home and I didn't bring any of my gym stuff with me. I figured that training (although I absolutely love it and it is an amazing stress relief from exams) is probably taking up a bit too much of my time at the minute. Which is fine, gains don't disappear overnight. I'll get back on it after Wednesday when the bulk of my exams are over. - 5.🏼 Confidence: I stopped wearing make up for the week to allow my skin to recover from all the crazy chemicals the doctors have made me put on it. I hadn't left the house without makeup on in months so this was a big deal for me but I'm learning to embrace my natural self and have more confidence in my unaltered appearance. - As a result of these things I'm ending the week feeling much happier and positive about the future. Bereavement is an odd one and it will knock you down when you least expect it to. But that doesn't mean that you can't get back on your feet again and come back fighting harder every single time. - 10 days ago

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Happy Hump Day y'all!

Featuring fat rolls because I'm real and winter isn't a time to be dieting.

Also an old picture because my face is currently reacting to antibiotics and the whole thing is an itchy burning rash and I can barely open my eyes which is hardly ideal with exams starting next week... But I'm trying my best to stay positive!

Unfortunately I'm having to take a few days away from the gym because there's a lot of things I need to get in order. I'm far from happy about it but sometimes you have to prioritise 😭

Happy Hump Day y'all! Featuring fat rolls because I'm real and winter isn't a time to be dieting. Also an old picture because my face is currently reacting to antibiotics and the whole thing is an itchy burning rash and I can barely open my eyes which is hardly ideal with exams starting next week... But I'm trying my best to stay positive! Unfortunately I'm having to take a few days away from the gym because there's a lot of things I need to get in order. I'm far from happy about it but sometimes you have to prioritise - 13 days ago

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Forever wishing there was a Skinny Kitchen in Bath!
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Because eating well is so much easier when you can count on someone else to count the macros for you.
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Which is why I've decided to pay for prepped meals to be delivered to me when I start placement in London.
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It will keep me on track of my cutting goals, whilst also helping me to steer clear of dairy.
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It's expensive, but long term it will probably work out cheaper than paying for lunches every day and buying takeouts/ ready meals when I cba to cook!
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But ultimately I'm doing because I want to be as stress-free as possible. This girl deserves a break! 😧

Forever wishing there was a Skinny Kitchen in Bath! - Because eating well is so much easier when you can count on someone else to count the macros for you. - Which is why I've decided to pay for prepped meals to be delivered to me when I start placement in London. - It will keep me on track of my cutting goals, whilst also helping me to steer clear of dairy. - It's expensive, but long term it will probably work out cheaper than paying for lunches every day and buying takeouts/ ready meals when I cba to cook! - But ultimately I'm doing because I want to be as stress-free as possible. This girl deserves a break! 😧 - 15 days ago

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The process is never quick, but it's always rewarding if you persevere! πŸ‘

It took months for me to figure out how to properly isolate my glutes, to find the best exercises for me and to perfect my technique. -
Asking for advice when needed helps so much. I got some advice from PTs (no, you don't have to pay them, just ask!), Instagram and the web and boom- hello glutes πŸ‘‹. -
(Be careful though, don't believe everything you read and don't put your body in the hands of an amateur). -
Good things come to those who train πŸ’ƒπŸΌ. -
Happy Friday peopleπŸ’œ

The process is never quick, but it's always rewarding if you persevere! It took months for me to figure out how to properly isolate my glutes, to find the best exercises for me and to perfect my technique. - Asking for advice when needed helps so much. I got some advice from PTs (no, you don't have to pay them, just ask!), Instagram and the web and boom- hello glutes . - (Be careful though, don't believe everything you read and don't put your body in the hands of an amateur). - Good things come to those who train 🏼. - Happy Friday people - 18 days ago

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Bye bye @thegymgroup.

This gym is where I started my fitness journey in July last year, I've met so many people here and it's been by far my favourite place to train to date. So I'm sad to leave but, then again, I'll probably be back in summerπŸ€·πŸΌβ€β™€οΈ. Now I'm off back to Bath where I have exams and then at the end of the month I move to London to start my next big adventure with a new job, a new flat and a new gym.

I'm so excited to start working again because I find the routine helps me keep on track with my training and diet! Also, getting paid and actually being able to afford things is nice πŸ€—. I doubt I'll be able to afford a PT there though... rumour has it they charge Β£70 an hour in central London?!😲 #outrageous

Anyway tomorrow marks the start of my diet since I'll be living alone and in complete control over what I eat. I'll also start training abs and doing cardio again (there really wasn't any point in doing either in December)😘

Bye bye @thegymgroup. This gym is where I started my fitness journey in July last year, I've met so many people here and it's been by far my favourite place to train to date. So I'm sad to leave but, then again, I'll probably be back in summerπŸ€·πŸΌβ€β™€οΈ. Now I'm off back to Bath where I have exams and then at the end of the month I move to London to start my next big adventure with a new job, a new flat and a new gym. I'm so excited to start working again because I find the routine helps me keep on track with my training and diet! Also, getting paid and actually being able to afford things is nice πŸ€—. I doubt I'll be able to afford a PT there though... rumour has it they charge Β£70 an hour in central London?! #outrageous Anyway tomorrow marks the start of my diet since I'll be living alone and in complete control over what I eat. I'll also start training abs and doing cardio again (there really wasn't any point in doing either in December) - 19 days ago

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Happy New Year !! ❀

I just thought I'd list my resolutions for you all:

1. Go dairy free in an attempt to improve skin, energy levels and decrease bloating.

2. Stop binge eating and improve relationship with food.

3. CUT. Although bulking (or just being a greedy pig) has been ridiculously fun, my body fat is currently way too high so I'd like to cut that down to a level I'm more comfortable with.

4. Set fitness goals and achieve them: I really want to train towards something BIG this year! I just haven't figured out what yet.

5. Smash placement, smash uni, smash my fitness diploma. And at some point figure out what on earth I'm going to do in life.

6. To love and respect myself and my own values because life's too friggin short to live by anyone else's rule book.

Have an amazing 2018 everybody and above all just BE HAPPY ❀❀❀

Happy New Year !! I just thought I'd list my resolutions for you all: 1. Go dairy free in an attempt to improve skin, energy levels and decrease bloating. 2. Stop binge eating and improve relationship with food. 3. CUT. Although bulking (or just being a greedy pig) has been ridiculously fun, my body fat is currently way too high so I'd like to cut that down to a level I'm more comfortable with. 4. Set fitness goals and achieve them: I really want to train towards something BIG this year! I just haven't figured out what yet. 5. Smash placement, smash uni, smash my fitness diploma. And at some point figure out what on earth I'm going to do in life. 6. To love and respect myself and my own values because life's too friggin short to live by anyone else's rule book. Have an amazing 2018 everybody and above all just BE HAPPY - 22 days ago

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Feeling inspired by my girl @cake__fitness to do an emotional 2017 reflection post so here goes:
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So the first half of the year was spent at Uni. Happy and comfortable with my boyfriend and friends, but somewhat clueless about how to train and indulging in food far too much.
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After gaining a lot of Uni and holiday weight, I decided to get back to the gym in Bournemouth in June. The gym offered free PT sessions, so I was fortunate enough to meet @marcotulioba. He persuaded me that 12 PT sessions would be money well spent, and I agreed. I ended up getting 24 sessions, an online training plan, an extensive knowledge and understanding of training, and a friend for life!
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I made this account in July to hold me accountable for my progress and it has done exactly that. I've met so many of you on here who inspire me every day and who have stayed by me throughout everything. Even after my life took a downward spiral in October following my ex's death and depression took over, sabotaging my training and my account. You all stood by me and I'm still here and my account is still growing which is mental. I never expected it to get this big so quickly. -
The most important fitness lesson throughout all of this was that life will get in the way of goals. And that's OK. Mental health should always come first. If you're unhappy with your diet and training, change it. Life's too short to waste time being miserable.
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The most important life lesson was to hold on the those people who stick by you and help you in your darkest days, even when you give them nothing in return.
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I'm so grateful to be starting 2018 with so much positivity and so many amazing opportunities ahead. I have every hope that this is the year where I finally get my life on track πŸ’ͺ.
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Have an amazing New Years Eve everybody ❀

Feeling inspired by my girl @cake__fitness to do an emotional 2017 reflection post so here goes: - So the first half of the year was spent at Uni. Happy and comfortable with my boyfriend and friends, but somewhat clueless about how to train and indulging in food far too much. - After gaining a lot of Uni and holiday weight, I decided to get back to the gym in Bournemouth in June. The gym offered free PT sessions, so I was fortunate enough to meet @marcotulioba. He persuaded me that 12 PT sessions would be money well spent, and I agreed. I ended up getting 24 sessions, an online training plan, an extensive knowledge and understanding of training, and a friend for life! - I made this account in July to hold me accountable for my progress and it has done exactly that. I've met so many of you on here who inspire me every day and who have stayed by me throughout everything. Even after my life took a downward spiral in October following my ex's death and depression took over, sabotaging my training and my account. You all stood by me and I'm still here and my account is still growing which is mental. I never expected it to get this big so quickly. - The most important fitness lesson throughout all of this was that life will get in the way of goals. And that's OK. Mental health should always come first. If you're unhappy with your diet and training, change it. Life's too short to waste time being miserable. - The most important life lesson was to hold on the those people who stick by you and help you in your darkest days, even when you give them nothing in return. - I'm so grateful to be starting 2018 with so much positivity and so many amazing opportunities ahead. I have every hope that this is the year where I finally get my life on track . - Have an amazing New Years Eve everybody - 24 days ago

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There is nothing more satisfying than seeing pumped up quads, hammies and glutes all in one picture πŸ™ŒπŸΌπŸ™ŒπŸΌ. Here's a word of advice: start incorporating single leg hip thrusts into your workouts if you don't already. They destroy glutes and I've noticed a huge difference since starting doing them πŸ‘πŸ‘. #gluteworkout #glutepump #glutegains #glutesfordays #glutesonfire #glutesworkout #glutes #leggains #fitness #girlgains

There is nothing more satisfying than seeing pumped up quads, hammies and glutes all in one picture 🏼🏼. Here's a word of advice: start incorporating single leg hip thrusts into your workouts if you don't already. They destroy glutes and I've noticed a huge difference since starting doing them . #gluteworkout #glutepump #glutegains #glutesfordays #glutesonfire #glutesworkout #glutes #leggains #fitness #girlgains - 25 days ago

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Back on that grind after an amazing Christmas! πŸ’ͺ

The last few days I've eaten predominantly cheeseπŸ§€, bread🍞 and meatπŸ—. Now, given that I am minorly lactose and gluten intolerant, as you can imagine I'm paying for it now. I woke up on Boxing Day looking 6 months pregnantπŸ™ˆ. What's really interesting is how little energy I've had the past few days despite eating at least double my daily calorie intake. It just shows how important diet is to not only sustaining weight but also to mood in general!

I've thoroughly enjoyed splashing out on my diet over the last few weeks however I'm excited to get back on top of it in the new year for the benefit of my physical and mental health. I plan to go dairy free to see what difference it makes to my skin, bloating and energy levels.

I'll keep y'all updated ❀

Back on that grind after an amazing Christmas! The last few days I've eaten predominantly cheeseπŸ§€, bread and meat. Now, given that I am minorly lactose and gluten intolerant, as you can imagine I'm paying for it now. I woke up on Boxing Day looking 6 months pregnant. What's really interesting is how little energy I've had the past few days despite eating at least double my daily calorie intake. It just shows how important diet is to not only sustaining weight but also to mood in general! I've thoroughly enjoyed splashing out on my diet over the last few weeks however I'm excited to get back on top of it in the new year for the benefit of my physical and mental health. I plan to go dairy free to see what difference it makes to my skin, bloating and energy levels. I'll keep y'all updated - 27 days ago

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There's a lot of posts floating about concerning how to stay on track at Christmas time.
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My personal recommendation is to eat ALL OF THE FOOD and to just be happy!
Then, use the extra calories to fuel your sessions! -
And my justification for saying that is that this is my current physique following 6 weeks of stress eating at Uni (we're talking 2500+ calories daily here). The extra body fat (which all goes to my torso) is barely noticeable as I've been training my shoulders, back and glutes HARD to create the illusion of a smaller waist.
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And despite losing my abs completely and gaining a flabby tummy, I actually love my physique as it is now (I may even prefer it to being lean). I feel much more energetic and I'm enjoying food so much.
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So basically, eat what you want, be happy, don't neglect upper body AND have an incredible Christmas everyone! β˜ƒοΈβ„

There's a lot of posts floating about concerning how to stay on track at Christmas time. - My personal recommendation is to eat ALL OF THE FOOD and to just be happy! Then, use the extra calories to fuel your sessions! - And my justification for saying that is that this is my current physique following 6 weeks of stress eating at Uni (we're talking 2500+ calories daily here). The extra body fat (which all goes to my torso) is barely noticeable as I've been training my shoulders, back and glutes HARD to create the illusion of a smaller waist. - And despite losing my abs completely and gaining a flabby tummy, I actually love my physique as it is now (I may even prefer it to being lean). I feel much more energetic and I'm enjoying food so much. - So basically, eat what you want, be happy, don't neglect upper body AND have an incredible Christmas everyone! β˜ƒοΈ - 1 month ago

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Very excited to announce that I'm BACK!

I mentally lost myself for a while due to Uni stresses (amongst others). But now I'm happy again, training hard and turning my back on everyone who crossed me when I was too miserable to stand up for myself.

Time to move onwards and upwards because the only person whose approval I need is my own #SELFLOVE πŸ‘ŠπŸ‘Š. I'm smashing my training and putting my Christmas calories to good use by attempting to train booty 3 times per week πŸ‘. Hopefully come January I'll have a lot to show for it πŸ™„. I also need to get back to work on these quads which have decided to leave me #rude πŸ˜£πŸ’”

Very excited to announce that I'm BACK! I mentally lost myself for a while due to Uni stresses (amongst others). But now I'm happy again, training hard and turning my back on everyone who crossed me when I was too miserable to stand up for myself. Time to move onwards and upwards because the only person whose approval I need is my own #SELFLOVE . I'm smashing my training and putting my Christmas calories to good use by attempting to train booty 3 times per week . Hopefully come January I'll have a lot to show for it πŸ™„. I also need to get back to work on these quads which have decided to leave me #rude - 1 month ago

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I just submitted my last piece of coursework which means that the semester is finally over! 
It's been the toughest few months of my life but I got through it and I'm in a much better place now. The pain of losing a loved one never truly goes away but over time the sadness is replaced with the joy that you were blessed to have had them in your life at all.

Hope you're all having a fabulous weekend and now that the holidays are here you can expect to hear a lot more from me ❀.

I just submitted my last piece of coursework which means that the semester is finally over! It's been the toughest few months of my life but I got through it and I'm in a much better place now. The pain of losing a loved one never truly goes away but over time the sadness is replaced with the joy that you were blessed to have had them in your life at all. Hope you're all having a fabulous weekend and now that the holidays are here you can expect to hear a lot more from me . - 1 month ago

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So I'm missing the gym quite a lot as I've been buried in work for the last week. Only a few more days left though and I really am so excited for Christmas. I've never been so much in need of a break in my life! 
I'm going to take some time over the holidays to set myself training goals for 2018 and to do some research about competing which I've decided I really want to do at some point but I don't know how realistic that prospect is.

If anyone has any experience/ tips/ knowledge of coaches who can help me out then please let me know πŸ˜ŠπŸ’•

So I'm missing the gym quite a lot as I've been buried in work for the last week. Only a few more days left though and I really am so excited for Christmas. I've never been so much in need of a break in my life! I'm going to take some time over the holidays to set myself training goals for 2018 and to do some research about competing which I've decided I really want to do at some point but I don't know how realistic that prospect is. If anyone has any experience/ tips/ knowledge of coaches who can help me out then please let me know - 1 month ago

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Santa, for Christmas, I'd like a bangin' booty to match these crazy quadsπŸ™‹πŸΌβ€β™€οΈπŸ‘

Santa, for Christmas, I'd like a bangin' booty to match these crazy quadsπŸΌβ€β™€οΈ - 1 month ago

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