Okay, so I have a confession to make.. I’m obsessed with Shark Tank, literally, it’s a problem ha. I was so excited that I was approached to try out one of the items that were featured on shark tank called Ruckpack.
This energy shotwas originally founded by Marine Special Operations Forces in the battlefields of Afghanistan, RuckPack is military service-member owned and operated. RuckPack remains committed to their military roots, and everything RuckPack offers is designed with the warfighter in mind. RuckPack is made in the USA and is committed to giving up to 10% of profits back to charity.
So, I will admit, I’m really not a huge energy shot/drink person but with me feeling tired all the time and just have no energy, I’m glad I gave this a try. I think what makes this product even more that it is owned by veterans.
With all the concern over the dangers of energy drinks and energy shots, this is a healthier alternative. With a non-caffeinated and a moderately caffeinated version, RuckPack offers alternatives to the current mega dosing of caffeine that currently exists within the energy shot market. RuckPack® Energizer Nootropic Shots are made with natural sweeteners, colors, and flavors. The caffeinated shot even contains natural caffeine from green tea. No sucralose. No synthetic caffeine. Plus, RuckPack® works to counter the negative effects of caffeine in other ways. Theanine helps blunt caffeine’s attack on the central nervous system while improving focus. Citrulline, a vasodilator is used to counteract the vasoconstriction caused by caffeine. We also add a powerful anti-oxidant, CoQ10, to restore a benefit of coffee lost during caffeine extraction. Now you can get all the benefits of caffeine while minimizing the side effects and bolstering the cognitive benefits!
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We all have that new year new goal, but does anyone really ever stick to it? I can’t tell you how many times actually probably every year of my life I have said I am going to eat healthier, work out, lose weight, work on my spending habits and I fail so hard within 3 months. I have though, been sticking to my new recent goal for the past few months of losing weight and working out!
I joined Orange Theory and it’s been a total game changer. Orange Theory is a high intensity workout class. You go for an hour with one trainer and 22-23 other people and work your ass off doing Cardio, rowing, and weight training. It kicks my ass every single time I go, but honestly it’s the best workout I’ve ever had. The point of the class is to push yourself to the. Half the class starts off doing cardio the other half start doing weight training, then you switch. The trainer gives you what exercises to do in the weight room and shows you how to do it. Cardio, you have a thing called “base, push, all out” you start off at your base and it depends if you are a runner, jogger, or power walker is what speed & incline you go. The “base” is the starting point, the trainer will call out that we are about to do a 4 minute push (example) which means you either up your incline (if you’re a power walker) or go faster if you are a jogger/runner, all out means you better run or walk your ass off.
You wear a heart rate monitor on your wrist and the everyone’s heart rate is up on a TV screen and the purpose is to get into the “orange” zone. This freaked me out at first but no one pays attention to anything but there own name and where they are at. So in the beginning you are in the blue zone, then green, orange, red. Each is depending on your heart rate and the ultimate goal is to get into the Orange zone for at least 9-12 minutes in the class where this effectively helps you burn the most calories including the next day as well. My average calorie burn for one class is about 575-625 and I am reaching to go higher!
This is literally just a quick summary of this class, each class is different so you are never doing the same thing twice. This isn’t a paid review, and I am not affiliated as an employee of Orange Theory. I’m simply a person who goes to get there ass into shape and wants to get healthy and see results. I write this post because I know many of my readers want an alternative way to push themselves at the gym.. Although, it is pricey but your first time is free! If you have questions about this class leave them in the comments and tell me what you’re doing to help on your fitness journey!
Here are some pics that I took from Google
I haven’t updated my weight loss journey in quite some time.. have barely updated my blog in general! I’ve been doing really well, since June of last year I have lost a total of 30 pounds but then gained back 3 so a total of 27! I know I could have lost a lot more between now and then but I am doing it in a way I felt most comfortable doing. Now, I have been starting to stick back to my diet in preparation for something special coming up! I will be posting some healthy recipes up on the blog, and I’d love some tips and tricks that any of you may have!
Let’s see if I can lose 10 pounds by the 27th of April… aka my birthday 🙂
I hope you have a great weekend! I’ll see you back here on Monday!
I have tried time and time before to keep up with my weight loss journal blog-posts and have always failed. This time, I am going to try my BEST to actually post once a week on my weight loss journey. I have been on this journey pretty much my whole life, but have officially re-started the journey today.
I have been steadily losing weight recently but I realized, I need to get my ass back in shape and start a “lifestyle” change not a diet.
My current mini goal is to lose 10 pounds by the end of December
15-25 by end of January (total amount) BABY STEPS PEOPLE!
Let’s start off by saying low sugar, slightly low carb diet. Since I do hot yoga twice a week ( well try to) and go to the gym, I need to make sure my carb intake is still there so I don’t pass out from well being hungry ha!
Good luck to all you gal’s who are on a weight loss journey and I’d love to hear what you do in the comments below!