I have always said that I liked Savannah, but I hope she is not being influenced by Chris Bosh wife to lift heavy, for she and Chris Bosh's wife will pay for it down the road. Keep watching Chris Bosh wife's body and watch how it changes-- then you will understand and respect my words of advice. If Savannah is going to lift, I suggest that she lifts light weights with a lot of reps, but more importantly, I recommend that she engages in pilates along with a lot of cardio work--boxing aerobics is great for people, especially women.
Hey bunchy, great advice! Savannah is my favorite basketball wife of all time and Chris Bosh wife is disgusting, her skin is going to look like leather in 10 yrs and those muscles are going to look like jerkey
You never lied about Chris Bosh wife's muscles looking loose and shaky down the road. All people have to do is take a look at a lot of former professional athletes' bodies, especially body builders and football players. People who are interested in losing weight and toning the body should perform any exercise that requires lots of cardio such as kickboxing. For years I ran, but I achieve my best body when I performed kickboxing aerobics, and when I took boxing lessons for several months. I thought running was hard, but I quickly developed a lot of respect for boxers when I had to hit the speed bag and heavy bag for minutes at a time (my upper body and midsection were extremely toned). Kickboxing aerobics also whipped my butt into top notch shape as well. What people must understand is this:using or moving large muscles or body parts requires individuals to burn lots of calories. People who hate to run can jump rope, which burns lots of calories, which is one of the reasons why boxers jump rope besides to tone their bodies, increase foot speed, and improve their reaction times--boxing, kickboxing, and interval runs or sprints are excellent workouts. I shake my head when I see and hear about a lot of people, particularly celebrities bragging about going to the gym to lift weights. Right away I know that they are not true fitness or athletic people, for they would know and understand that fitness is not a fad, but a natural and respected behavior. that
I think Savannah is a beautiful woman. Just so pretty. And i respect women who get it in at the gym if they want to improve or maintain their appearance. Or just to stay healthy in general. More women need to take note and head to their local gym instead taking their fat, sloppy and shapeless azzes to a plastic surgeon's office.
@Bunchy Carter Hey thanks for the info! I was wondering how to really get it off and boxing and jump roping sounds like a good plan. And I was concerned about my middle so thanks for some honest feedback on here!
Oh, no problem, I love to challenge myself, so I try a lot of things. I can speak from experience, for I use to lift heavy: bench--150, squat-- 315, power clean--140, dumbbell flys--60lb. per dumbbell, and I did all that without steroids. To be honest, I became addicted to weight training--always ran some guys from around the training area when I cranked up..lol. Now that I am older, crap is not funny. I have to perform just as much cardio work as I did when I was in my twenties, but whenever, I go out and consistently sprint 40, 60meters and run 200 and 300 meters, stuff starts to fall off..lol, but actually, that's what my body knows and responds to, so I have to incorporate those things into my workouts, g-e-e-s.
Oh yes, I am a big proponent of jumping rope, boxing and kickboxing (anything that requires you to jump is not only good for burning calories, but it's good for your lymph nodes, for it shakes up everything in the body and gets it circulating). The following is a jump rope workout I strive to do whenever I can: perform high knees (bringing knees up waist height one at a time) for 15 seconds, jump rope 15 seconds with feet close together then spread them apart (jump in and out--alternating), and then simply jump rope with both feet for 15 seconds. The routine I listed counts for 1 set with a 1 to 2 rest period (I walk around during my rest period), then start back up on the second set. I strive perform 10 to 15 sets, so that my workout sessions lasts between 20 to 30 minutes. I always inform people to workout for at least 20 minutes, for the body is not ready to burn fat until 20 minutes of performing cardio. If you are new to fitness training, then start off slowly and build yourself up. Another workout I like to perform whenever I can is as follows: jog 100 meters on the grass that lies outside the curve of a 400 track, then jump on the track and run at 80% for the next 100 meters, then jump back onto the grassy part of the second curve and jog the third 100, and lastly, walk the last 100 meters (this counts as 1 set)--I strive to perform 6 sets. Running up and down a hill also does wonders for the midsection as will as burning calories and toning up the body.
NOk MTO,, how is she working her chest went all I see is her doing rows for her lats, and in the first pic she is either doing bend over rows or working on her overall strength, focusing on her hamstrings and I guess her but. But once again I congratulate her for wanting to be fit, but she is not a wife, she is a baby mama,, she is lucky that her man is Lebron cuz if he wasn't she would be one of the millions of baby mamas in the US,,,
Those are some impressive numbers if you a 14 year old boy,, LOL Naw just kidding, Do you,, as you said fitness is not a fad or a quick fix, it's a journey,, treat your body good and your body will treat you good later,,,
By a long shot am I a fourteen year old boy (lol)--just athletic at one time and trying to be it at this time (lol). My lower body was super strong and my upper was okay. Of course I no longer lift like I use to--I seldom look at weights; I'm trying to get back into calisthenics. I must admit that physical training is not hard for me to get into--it's correctly eating what is hard for me, for I use to get away with it when I was a competitive athlete, but it's my determination to master it--I'm thinking about becoming a vegan to a certain degree. What's the term for when a person only eats fish, chicken, fruits, and vegetables?
If you eat modestly, I need your help and in return I will help you with the physical training. I'm so use to having a coach to the point that I feel that I need an eating coach (smiling). Check out the following websites: myfitnesspal.com and www.jefit.com. Now can someone share something that I can use to help me stay on track as far as becoming a semi-vegan? I trying to juice.
Only people who are looking for attention, post almost there their every move on Instagram. Who cares about this woman working out. She's a baby momma 3 times over by the same man who is sitting on millions. After the first baby ain't noway on gods green earth I'd give any man another child without marriage. She's a Dummy. Even if they do get married it won't matter cause she has already proven her self worth.
Vegan?? Not the kid,, Being a Vegan means eating no meat, no dairy, no nuthin,,,, getting your protein from beans and soy and other stuff, I'm down to eat healthy but I eat things in moderation,, I can't give up Steaks, or Chicken breast, etc I've seen vegans and they are small, a NFL player is trying to be a vegan or vegetarian,, don't know how that's going to work, but power to him