Hi! I’m Isabella, thank you so much for being here and for your strong desire to think better, implement better, and ultimately take full responsibility to create an amazing, healthy and happy life that you love.

In my blog you can expect to find everything that supports good health. I want to make it my mission to bring you the most convenient diets, recipes, workouts and so on.
 

My history

I love dancing, when I was 14 I was a part of a group of dancers and all of us would get together after school and dance our hearts out. The only problem was, I wasn’t quite as fast or energetic as they the rest of my team was. So some of my team members suggested I start hitting the gym on regular bases.

I was never really a health concerned gal; I loved my oily and fast food. I loved devouring boxes of ice cream, but as I was really passionate about dancing I had to make some serious changes in my life. So I joined a gym near my house and started taking aerobics classes for free. I started lifting weights — without a clue what I was doing — but found is magical that I could literally shape my body using resistance training. I woke up 6 months later with serious delts and have never looked back.

I was hooked, my life revolved around being fit; now I suddenly grew a passion for a healthier lifestyle with an adequate diet.
 

What I aim to do?

My personal aim in the health and fitness part of my life is “I can”! This means if you ask me to play tennis, I say yes, if you ask to go for a run, I say sure and if you say lets squat the house down, I am in! You see directions like this drives your goals and if you only plan to achieve your goals then what happens to the health and fitness part of your life, once you do? Ask yourself why you train? If that doesn’t work ask yourself, ‘what don’t you want in your fitness and for your body’? This way you will get a pretty clear picture of the reasons why you exercise. Often they are:

  • look good
  • feel good
  • have energy through the day and feel outgoing
  • release stress and tension
  • feel strong and confident

From this, you can derive your aim. Your aim should be catchy and short. I.e. ‘To be sexy’ or ‘To be a better version of me’. These are great aims and from this you can then work out what is holding you back from achieving this 100% and then set yourself some goals for the year ahead. PUSH_ Trainers ask this to clients weekly as it works and weekly so should you. Ask yourself on a scale between 1-10 where you rate your efforts towards your aim and then set a goal to grow that number or at least maintain it, in trying times.

So keep following my blog and hopefully we can build a healthier world together!