365 Days of self Discovery: Your dreams/wishes/hopes/future

4.24.19

Day 13

What is your dream job?

  • Goodness, the real question is what don’t I want to do as a dream job. My dream job is a multitude of things but come together because they surround my passion for fitness/health/mental health. For starters, I would love to have a job working with elite athletes and professional sports teams as their personal trainer or strength and conditioning coach. Besides that, I would enjoy being a professional fitness/health blogger/writer with a successful website, while also working with companies and contributing to their magazines and publications on the topics of fitness/health/mental health and LGBTQ as well. As a side hustle or part time job, I would want to be a motivational speaker that travels and talks about the importance of exercise, building self esteem/having self love and wellness. It would be a bonus to my dream job if I became an established author and had my own line of products as well. 
I have some big dreams when it comes to having my dream job, I want to do it all and then some, I want to do big things that make bigger impacts in people’s lives in a positive way. 
What is your dream job? are you currently working in the field of your dream job, if not, wh
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365 Days of Self Discovery: Your Wishes/Hopes/Dreams/Future

4.14.19

Day 4

What would you like to achieve in the next year?

  • There are so many things I would like to achieve, but here is a sneak peek of goals I have
  1. Moving to a bigger city
  2. Having my own podcast
  3. my blog reaching 10,000 followers/subscribers
  4. success with being a personal trainer at my place of work and as an independent contractor w/ my own business
  5. Starting a book
  6. creation of my very own product line
  7. having all my credit cards paid off
  8. having my own place/space (no roomies)
  9. physically stronger and leaner
  10. Traveling to more places on my own
  11. Having done more than 2 powerlifting meets
  12. Starting a club/group within my community or joining some 
  13. Working for a bigger gym
  14. Meeting the owner of the company who sponsors me
  15. Making meditation a daily routine
  16. writing for more magazine publications
  17. Having my personal website take off and do well 
  18. Making a passive income; where I work less and do more things I enjoy
  19. Motivational speaking around the world on the topic of fitness/health/mental health and LGBTQ
  20. attend more fitness conventions/seminars and events
  21. working one job again instead of two
  22. the possibility of going back to college to further my education
  23. Having a portfolio built of pictures so that I can do modeling gigs in the fitness industry and build myself and reputation

365 Days of Self Discovery: Day 66

11.07.18

What are you passionate about?

  1. My career as a personal trainer
  2. Writing; blogging
  3. physical and mental health — the importance of it, stigmas, health care, etc
  4. Traveling 
  5. Motivational & inspirational speaking — I want to pursue a career doing so on the side
  6. LGBTQ issues 

What are your passions? 

365 days of self discovery: Day 35

10.07.18

 

self discovery day 35

What are your priorities?

  1. My business — building the foundation and growing it.
  2. eliminating any debt from my life
  3. saving enough money to move next year
  4. Having a 401k for retirement
  5. my blog (s) — having them become a form of monetize so I can make them a side paying profession
  6. my health/well-being as I grow older
  7. becoming a well-established personal trainer
  8. CeCs for my certification
  9. following my path to becoming a powerlifter because of my love for the sport
  10. My brand, branding myself a name that people will remember and think positively about
  11. Becoming a motivational speaker on the basis of health/fitness so I can spread the importance
  12. Living a full-filling lifestyle that allows me to travel and work in a profession (s) that I love and live comfortably doing so. 

What are your priorities, no matter how big or small. I think having a list of things that you are dedicated to makes you a goal-oriented and focused person. 

New Instagram & New Facebook Page

I just wanted to tell everyone that I have officially re-created my new Instagram and Facebook business page in the recent days, and would love for all those who followed the old accounts and have been supportive to follow these new accounts! 

Facebook Page: Confident Fit, LLC

&

if you haven’t, follow my Twitter: ShayM_Fitness

Again, thank you for the continued patience all of you have shown, and while the FB page isn’t nearly finished, I still want everyone to be able to be apart of this page and follow! New updates will be coming soon to the FB page to get back where it was & of course my IG page will have updated fitness/health photos along with videos. 

365 days of self discovery: day 11

Day 11

What is your greatest accomplishment?

To be honest, there are very few things in my life I would consider as accomplishments, because this word I use seldom when talking about myself due to the fact I don’t feel as though I have accomplished enough to say I have drastically seen progress in my life. The few important things that have happened in my life that I am proud of and are of great accomplishment to me was: Graduating college with a degree & passing my ACSM CPT exam after failing it for 3 years straight and having to save up money each time (which many times put me at risk of not being able to pay another bill) because at the time I was crunching numbers financially in order to save up enough for the exam each time I failed & was close to giving up. 

Both of those events have served me well in the recent years and have given me such a confidence boost to know I did something other people couldn’t do or haven’t done or gave up doing. It was a breath of fresh air to do both of these things and know it would benefit my career and future. To say the least, it made me feel less of a let down and more like a role model for my youngest brother and these are moments I will cherish that happened in time and with work, tons of sacrifice and tons of failures in between. 

What would you consider your greatest accomplishment? What is something you have done against the odds or that made you feel on top of the world when you achieved it? Doesn’t matter how small or big, it is still something worth mentioning. Leave a comment telling me about it and be sure to follow and like 🙂

Shay-lon

Tuesday is for Legs

Not going to lie, today I was super tired, i was practically falling asleep between sets during my workout & I don’t know how I managed to keep going because the pre-workout was even doing anything for me. I did a leg day session that lasted 3.5hours and it felt good, worked on another speed/dynamic day workout for the lower body and then hit some hypertrophy accessory work. 

At the bottom, I will post a link to my IG so that you can watch the videos of my sumo deadlift from today. 

Warm up:

  • Seated leg curl: 4 x 25, 10 lbs
  • Butt lifts: 4 x 25, 30 lbs
  • Hip abduction: 4 x 25, 45 lbs

Workout:

  • Sumo deadlift: 3 x 5-6 (60%) 175 lbs, 3 x 5-6 (65%) 190 lbs
  • Barbell back squats: 3 x 5-6 (60%) 135 lbs, 3 x 5-6 (65%) 145 lbs
  • Box squats: 5 x 8-10, 185 lbs
  • barbell wide stance stiff legged deadlifts: 5 x 8-10, 65 lbs

Supersets:

  • Single leg (linear leg press): 5 x 8-10, 208 lbs each leg
  • DB plie squats: 5 x 8-10. 30 lbs

Supersets:

  • Body bar goodmornings: 5 x 8-10, 9 lbs
  • body bar OHS: 5 x 8-10, 9 lbs

My video: Instagram

Shay-lon Moss

Owner of Confident Fit, LLC

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