Guide to Real Waist Training

Common misconception: you need a waist trainer to slim your waist.

False. Fake news. As you’ve probably heard many times, Waist Trainers don’t do much to help slim your midsection.

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Your One Hour per day Gym Routine isn’t Enough

Look. I’m over fitness experts and their faux sense of reality. You know the type.. perfect 8 pack zero percent body fat internet trainers that say “eat your fruits and veggies” and “workout for an hour a day and your could look like me” types.
Raise your hand if you’ve been taking that advice and still look like you …
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Creating your body goals is really not that complicated but don’t let these experts fool you into believing its easy.
Outside of motivation and dedication, Here’s two concepts to live by:
(1) Shock your body
This literary means to do things that you are not comfortable doing. Cycling for an hour on low speed and breaking a little sweat is not going to cut it. Up your intensity and get tired. Do something uncomfortable for an hour: hit the track and run sprints, try the stair master on four levels higher than your use to or even go for high intensity interval training.
(2) Be calorie deficient 
Researchers estimate that you need a calorie deficit of 3500 calories per week to lose one pound of fat.
A caloric deficit is any shortage in the amount of calories consumed relative to the amount of calories required for maintenance of current body weight. A deficit can be created by reducing input/calories consumed. A deficit can also be created by increasing output without a corresponding increase in input.
Calculate how many calories your body requires for your current weight and then aim to be under. You don’t even have to calorie count (it’s more accurate if you do), you know your lifestyle and the types of foods you typically eat, simply start trimming from that list.

Will #BlackTwitter give Bow Wow his props if he drops a fire album?

I wonder sometimes why I refuse to call him Shad Moss. Maybe it’s my innate ability to over romanticize nostalgia or purely for the fact the first bow I ever acknowledged was wow. September 26th of the year 2000 would not only be the beginning fall of my first years of middle school but would be the release date of Beware of Dog and the soundtrack to my adolescence.

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Brunch – The New Staple of Black Bougie Excellence

Brunch has always been a thing. There’s nothing to not like about a savory and sweet mix of breakfast and lunch like the classic Chicken and Waffles combo. Show me a person that doesn’t enjoy a good Mimosa and I’ll show you an extraterrestrial. But, what is this new-found obsession with brunching amongst the New Bougie?

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