Fitness Journey

Growing up as a kid back home in Nigeria, I loved everything relating to sports but sprinting was my favorite. I have represented the school back then during all track and field events, and I mostly came out top.

I traveled to Ireland in my teens, and I must confess I love it up here. Since I stopped participating in any competition, my fitness lifestyle has changed. In December 2017, I sign up to the gym.


I aimed to start strength training, and also gain some lean muscles because I was average skinny back in 2016.


My other goal was to work on my glutes too. In the first three months, there was a little change in my weight. Then I started working out consistently to help me achieve my goal.


I have worked hard in the past one and a half years, and I’m glad to see my body change gradually. My favorite body part is my glutes, I don’t like surgeries, so I train my glutes 4-5 times a week.


My advice is don’t stop working until you have achieved your goal and keep going non stop. I like to motivate people around me by sharing my workout videos on my snap chat, youtube, and Instagram account. My journey positively has changed my mental and physical health.


Getting started!

If you really want to start your weight loss journey, you should be determined to carry out the tasks without putting your life on a setback. Start with a healthy diet and cut out whole groups of foods you enjoy the most. when losing weight you don’t have to feel you’re punishing yourself, it needs the effort to achieve your goals. “it never too late to start”

Practical guidelines to help you successfully and maintain your weight loss effect for a long term.

  1. Examine your reasons and motivation
  2. Figure out the habits that lead you to gain weight
  3. Make a change that suits you and fit into your lifestyle
  4. Choose a healthy diet
  5. Choose a workout
  6. Set realistic goals for yourself

Causes of weight gain and obesity

  1. Genetics
  2. Junk foods
  3. Food addiction
  4. Certain medications
  5. Hormones
  6. Sugar
  7. Insulin
  8. Pregnancy / Childbirth
  9. Illness
  10. Stress

Draw yourself a chart of your weight loss storyline, write your ages on the bottom scale going back as far as you think is relevant. Put an appropriate range of weights on the left-hand scale.

Join the dots and think about the main points of the story your line tells. This will give you important insight that will help you on your weight loss journey.

Example of a weight loss results


Let me remind you healthy bodies come in shapes and sizes, your health is first priority!

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