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My Workout Regime

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If you have been following along in my adventures on Snapchat {at DamselinDior}, you may have noticed I’ve have been slowly but surely been working out again. After a 3-month hiatus of throwing countless pity parties for myself, I bit the bullet last Sunday and went for a mile long run. It was painful. But the more I work out, the easier it gets and the easier it gets, the more I work out. My weekly regime looks something like this:

What do I do?

Monday: Morning spin class to get a good cardio sweat in. My favorite is Cycle House in Los Angeles.

Tuesday: Muscle definition with either a FlyBarre Class or training session with my favorite trainer, Chase Weber

Wednesday: Spin or Run 2 miles

Thursday: Muscle Training repeated

Friday: Lunch at Barney’s. Kidding. But I typically take Friday off.

Saturday: Either a hike, a bike ride or something that is easy, yet active

Sunday: Either a hike, a bike ride or something that is easy, yet active

What do I eat? The true answer? I eat what my body craves, but I am very disciplined with portion control. If I order a bowl of pasta I will immediately box up half. And I’ll allow indulgences, but only once or twice a week. For example, one desert is okay once a week. A bowl of pasta is okay once a week if it’s a small portion. I also eat very slowly so that I will not over eat. I once heard that it takes your brain 10 minutes to fully register that your stomach is full. Ever since then I’ve been a slow eater. I also try and guzzle as much water as I can. I am also a very big believer in giving your body the necessary sleep it needs. No joke, I gain weight when I don’t get enough sleep. And if my stomach growls at 5pm which is always tends to do daily, I grab a handful of almonds to temper any cravings. If I am really looking to drop some pounds I go sugar free. Not entirely sugar free, yet all processed sugar. I learned how to do this from the documentary, Fed Up.

What do I wear? I never put much emphasis on my workout gear before Victoria’s Secret sent me some of their sports bras and leggings. Not to sound weird, but I quickly learned that the sexier the clothing I am wearing when I work out, the harder and more effort I put into it. It really does make a big difference! And, if you are an Angel Card holder you will score a $15 birthday credit, free shipping and a free bra fitting. Below are a few photos of my new sportswear faves by Victoria’s Secret.

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Sport Front Close Sports Bra {$35} // Sport Knockout Yoga Tight Pants {$67} //  Sport Strappy Plunge Sports Bra {$20} // J.Crew x New Balance Shoes {$80}

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Photos by Felicia Lasala

Special thank you to Victoria Secret for partnering on this post

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