Kiki! The newest #FITGIRLCODE sister!

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Hi Fit Girls! I am the newest #FITGIRLCODE sister! My name is Kiki, @fitgirlkiek on instagrama 28 year old big-mouth-small-heart kind of girl. I am a Dutchie, living in Rotterdam with my BF and our two kids, uuhhm I mean cats (ragdolls) Pixie & Dexter. I love everything that has to do with hair and make-up, fashion, health and fitness, interior design, and traveling. I also love spending time with my family and (girl)friends.

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A year ago I was fed-up with my lazy ass. I would eat a bag of M&M’s and look at fitness quotes on Pinterest while complaining about myself. I had to make a change, for me, to be happy again and to feel comfortable in my own skin. I already knew Christel, she is my friend and neighbour and she motivated me with her before-and-after pictures (A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!) on her IG account.

So I joined her for a lesson at Elevator Sports. It turned out better than I expected. I liked the exercises, the vibe and the people. Yes, I died, multiple times. At least I thought I was going to die but I pushed through! I also made some changes in my diet, for example; I eat more vegetables and protein and no sugar during weekdays. It took me A LOT of tears, sweat and sore muscles  but I can finally say that I feel good about myself!

IMG_0311For everyone who wants to make a change but doesn’t know where to start: Take it step by step!! You cannot change the way you live in a day or week. Start exercising 2 times a week and when routine is in your system than try to go 3 times a week. If you eat healthy and workout 3 times a week than you will see the changes in your body within a few weeks and you will feel better! Less tired, less graving for fa(s)t food and you will sleep better. Trust me!


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  1. Marta

    I might have writtan it!! I am in the same situation…I always feel like crap and I don’t find the motivation to move my lazy ass!:( I must change my mental attitude…
    I admire your commitment and your strength to make a change:-) keep going!!

  2. Kiki

    Hi Marta!

    You are right, it is a mental attitude.
    It is very hard to make a change when you are stuck in a routine! I noticed that I didn’t liked myself anymore and that scared me. I wanted to make myself proud ant take good care of my body. Remember that it takes time and don’t get discouraged when you eat someting bad or when your lazy ass takes over 😉
    I still enjoy doing nothing and eating a bag of M&M’s but that’s because it isn’t the boss of me anymore.
    If I can do it, you can do it!!

    Xoxo Kiki