I, MaX, am interested in fashion spotlighting.
The best way for me to be able to do that is to write a few spotlight articles based on Instagram profiles I find on my walkabouts in the Internet.
An example of the sort of fashion pictures and posts I will be looking for is @silvialicius
I just wanted to show you a pic of me in "beast mode" and a pic in a skirt & top. Just because you have muscle & look muscly in the gym doesn't mean you look muscly walking around. I LOVE lifting weights! It makes me strong mentally and physically and I love what it does for my body physically speaking! Many women seem to have this fear that lifting weights will make them "man like" and it's just not the case. Weights will make you strong, shape your body and burn fat so don't be afraid to lift ladies! 😉 . My Meals + Exercise Programs👆🏼Link in my profile! . 👻 Snap chat: emilyskyefit . @emilyskyefitness @emily_skye2 @emilyskyebeauty . .
DON'T SEEK "EASY" 💪🏽I have a lot of clients and people ask me how to get something faster. They ask how to get tighter glutes or how to drop weight fast. They want to get in shape in two weeks or get fit just for a vacation. I advise you don't seek the easy route. If it's easy, results will either be drastic and non maintainable, or you'll develop some seriously harmful habits leaving you feeling ashamed or disappointed. Seek progress. Seek short term goals that develops into longer term ones. Take photos of yourself once a week and compare. Learn new recipes to incorporate into your everyday life. Seek activities that are fun and also burn calories, such as outdoors hikes, trampoline parks, sports or hobbies. Start with short term goals such as getting fit for vacation, but learn to love the progress, reassess and plan for the future: maybe it's maintaining your physique, or maybe it's to become stronger. Either way, if you don't set a long term plan, the easy route will leave you lacking and maybe worse off than when you started. The harder route will take longer, take patience and have some setbacks, but you'll learn how to overcome each failure leaving you stronger than you ever were when you started. #progressnotperfection ----- 📷| @ryanastamendiphotography
For those that always ask: I'm 5'5 & about 135lbs 🤗 I eat 4-5 meals a day & workout 4-6 times a week. Two leg days, cardio whenever I can, I don't weigh myself anymore and go by how I feel, how my clothes fit & how I look 🙈 If you're interested in training by me, sign up for one of my custom programs or check out my booty building guides - link in bio on @laurendrainfitness ••• 📷: @dallasfitnessphotos
There will be a few announcements made before anything else goes public and I will be working with the Instagram API to build a better home for the information here.
I am using this Ghost Pro blog as a test.
When migrations start later this year, this will be moved over to Instagram.Blog.MaXFalstein.co.uk.
I am working towards a good link between Instagram and MaX Saxe Design.
Instagram have some excellent developers, I would like to work with them on some projects.
I will keep you all posted