¡Ella es la candente instructora de Lebron James!

No es un secreto que los mejores deportistas del mundo mantienen fuertes rutinas de ejercicio en los gimnasios, esto les sirve para llevar un mejor desempeño dentro pero también fuera de la cancha. Todo esto es gracias a entrenadores personales que llevan las rutinas a extremos satisfactorios, y este es el caso de Lais de León, modelo fitness nacida en Brasil, pero con padres panameños.

Esta sensual mujer ha puesto a prueba su cuerpo, causando la admiración por sus ejercicios, pero sobre todo robando muchos corazones por su candente figura. Grandes estrellas del deporte han pasado por las rutinas de Lais, como la del actual jugador de los Ángeles Lakers Lebron James.

Muchos quisiéramos a una instructora exactamente como ella, ¡conócela!

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THIS WORKOUT KILLED MY LEGS!? Shoutout to @teamturningpoint for challenging & pushing me out of my comfort zone in the gym! ? If you’re in ABQ come try a workout here! . This workout really tested my balance, cardio, & hamstrings. ?? Ladies it’s so easy to just go through the motions & do only the exercises that feel comfortable or look graceful but that’s not how you break through plateaus & continue making progress! ?‍♀️ . [SUPERSET 1] Quads Focus Belt KB Sumo Squat w/ Tempo Single Arm Overhead Walking Lunges – [SUPERSET 2] Hamstrings/Glutes Focus Single Leg BB Romanian Deadlift Slider Ham Curls > Ham Focus Bridge – [BURNOUT] Quads & Glutes ? Tire or Sled Pull (uphill + downhill) . More Workouts: @laisdeleonfitness . DOWNLOAD MY APP! ? www.laisapp.com

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? Just took my challenge "Before" Photos. This is defff not my favorite post lol but I'm doing it to hold ourselves accountable. . Every year lots of women join my challenges but only about 60% submit their starting photos. ? I never understood why… NOW I get why. It's not the most fun thing to do…. It's easier to avoid it. But ladies, it's so important! Don't cheat yourself out of tracking your progress and an amazing transformation! . Yes, it's a wake up call. No, I'm not at my best. I’m not at my best because I’m simply not doing the work, NOT because I don’t know how. That's hard to admit. ? I've been making poor food choices & skipping my workouts more often than not. . . Progress photos are my favorite way to track progress. It's easy to look at ourselves everyday and not notice the progress we're making because it happens slowly. When you avoid taking photos you cheat yourself out of seeing the progress you otherwise would not notice. . I personally need a wake up call every once in a while too, btw! Sometimes that's just as motivating, to get my butt back on track. ?? . I want to be healthy. I want to be strong and fit. I want to make healthy food choices. I want to have energy. I want to like what I see in the mirror. I want to feel confident in shorts & crop tops or a swimsuit. And I want to do it all in a SUSTAINABLE way that doesn't feel miserable & restrictive.? No crash diets and 2-a-days or excessive cardio! This means only ONE thing! I have to be consistent. Not perfect, just consistent. ? . . . Whether you want to build muscle, drop body fat, or BOTH through body recomposition, THIS challenge is the perfect way to get started! (Visit the link in my bio for more info.)

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New or getting back into working out after time off? TRY THIS FULL-BODY WORKOUT! ?? . I suggest you stick to full-body workouts for the first week or two instead of jumping into body part splits & trying to hit PRs in compound lifts. Why? When you haven’t been working out consistently and you start, you won’t have much strength & endurance to target one muscle group or focus on difficult lifts for a full workout. You’ll also get pretty sore after the first couple workouts. Full-body circuits will be the best use of your time when getting started. . The goal? Burn as many calories as possible while STIMULATING all muscle groups just enough. NOT to completely ANNIHILATE one or 2 muscle groups so much you’re sore for a whole week after just one workout. That’s discouraging, not motivating. ?‍♀️ . Try this before we start the New Year Challenge MONDAY. Haven’t registered? Tap the link in my bio! . Warm-up 5-10 min LISS cardio (20) Band Hamstring Curls (6-8) Pull-Ups (band assist if needed) (15) KB Swings (8) Overhead Press (20) Walking Lunges (10) Close Grip Push-Ups (elevated if needed) (10) BB Bent Over Rows Beginners: x2-3rounds Advanced: x4rounds Cool Down 5-10 min LISS Cardio Stretch & Foam Roll! . @laisdeleonfitness

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Not your normal #TransformationTuesday ? On the left: 2017 at my leanest & “best shape” On the right: End of 2018 after months of “slacking” . In 2017 I did great with my fitness & nutrition. I ate healthy & exercised 90% of the time. My physique was one of my top priorities. Working out consistently & good nutrition was enjoyable and pretty easy. I was motivated most of the time and I rarely wanted to skip the gym. I was very happy and enjoyed my lifestyle. . In 2018 I didn’t do so great by my 2017 standards. I ate healthy & exercised mayyybe 50% of the time. My physique was definitely NOT my top priority. I struggled with motivation most of the time, and I almost always wanted to skip the gym. Missing workouts to go for a walk & ordering takeout was my favorite hobby lol. ? I was very happy and enjoyed my lifestyle. . Overall, I’m not mad at all about this transformation! I’ve learned with time to love my body in all seasons. I have no desire to be that lean or devote as much time, energy, and sacrifice to get to ANY physique goal. . *Keep in mind I’ve put in A LOT of work/time over the years building muscle, strength, & healthy habits, keeping my bf% down, learning how to lift safely & effectively. So of course one year at 50% is not going to completely undo all of that. . I learned a lot in 2018 about motivation, realistic expectations, sustainability, muscle memory, taking time off, and how stress and hormones affect your progress. Priorities change and that’s ok. . My fitness goal for 2019 is to find some balance around 70-80%. What does this mean? •Easing back into training this week and starting my New Year Challenge on Monday! •Working out about 4-5x per week instead of 6-7x. •Becoming more efficient with my workouts to spend less time in the gym. •Getting back into food prepping so I have healthy options but enjoying a more flexible diet. •More recovery work. More walking & activities I enjoy. More muscle.?? I am BEYOND excited to see how I progress with this new approach! . Want to try it with me? Enrollment into my NY Challenge is now open! (link in my bio & story)

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