Tuesday, April 16, 2013


Last year, I decided to embrace the neon trend by buying Obnoxious Pink shoes. I continued the trend by updating my workout wardrobe with obnoxious neon long-sleeve shirts. And just last week, I couldn't resist another pair of Obnoxious Pink shoes.

These make me easy to spot in the gym. Ya can't miss 'em!
Yes, my friends. I'm now the proud owner of neon pink and yellow running shoes. I feel sooooo 1993 and I'm loving it! I figure that by the time the neon colors go out of style, it'll be time for new shoes anyway. Win-win, right?!

On another fashion note, I actually put some effort into a matchy-matchy workout outfit the other day! Usually I just throw together some pieces and hope no one is offended by my (lack of) fashion sense.

Shades of pink
Pink seems to be the name of the game lately! Would you believe that when I was a teenager, I wouldn't have been caught dead wearing pink? I was all about greens and blues ... and oversized clothes (think wannabe skater). Something changed when I was in my mid-20's and I began to re-embrace my girly side.

Have you embraced the obnoxious neon trend yet? If you haven't, you should. Because it's fun to wear bright, clashing colors and you'll smile every time you put on your workout clothes!

Has your fashion sense evolved over the years? What has changed?


  1. Love the shoes and outfit! Can you tell me what your diet looks like on a typical day during training? I'm curious as to the calories and protein/fat/carb %'s. I know you are doing Keto. Do you follow a specific program or does J design something specific for you?

    Thank you so much for sharing your journey. You are such an inspiration! Good luck during your upcoming shows!

    1. Glad you like my blog! Every single one of J's clients are on a different diet that is customized and SPECIFIC to their body and goals. There's not one set program or plan that his clients follow - it's all individual.

      My diet is keto, meaning no direct carb sources. Each meal consists of protein and fats and green veggies. I don't know the percentage breakdown, but even if I did, it wouldn't be helpful to you, because the diet was designed for MY body. YOUR body may require a different macro percentage.

      Check out J's site and feel free to email him with any questions. www.bios3training.com

    2. Thank you, Kari! Can you tell me how tall you are? Also, what weight do you typically compete at and what is a typical off season weight?