A mangled white brick road that twists and turns your mind 🙃 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
@aaronhaynes gazed into the last light of the night. Probably wondering how we were going to get our grandmas car outta here! Or if I do recall, maybe he wanted to get stuck and spend the night 🤔
Had the full crew outside today 😬
Guess how many times I had to hit pause 😅
So, today was supposed to be a “rest day” for Lift4...
I just can’t do that 3 times a week. I’ll fall off track..
So, I did the workout for pregnant women in their 3rd trimester that they offer on Beachbody on demand thinking it would be so easy and light...
Well I’m so sore from lift4 it felt like a normal work out 😅
Buttt we survived and I feel AMAZING 💪🏻
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When the rings are being used...you go to the TRX! I love the TRX! If you’ve ever trained with me, you know how much I love the TRX! It’s such a great way to work on core, muscle activation, and stabilization. If you don’t use the TRX, I highly recommend you give it a try. There is seriously SO many exercises you can do on here. Get off the machines and get to the TRX! Happy Wednesday! 💪
The Wave | Coyotes Buttes North | Arizona
-Nature showing off some of her best curves. Can't wait to head back here soon.
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We didn’t see a house, car, or person for tens of miles as we made our way to this campsite. Once it started getting dark, we watched the Milky Way rise over the horizon and I’ve never seen a sky so full of stars 💫
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Tbh I couldn’t stand how pixelated this photo turned out last time so here it is again; Take me back to mars
I love including people in my photos whenever possible. Not only does it help to show scale, but sometimes it gives you a little more sense of adventure, and helps tell more of the story. Do you guys like including people in your images, or do you stick with landscapes on their own?