My Excess Hair + Product Review

My Excess Hair + Product Review

Dealing with excess hair has been tough on me-physically and mentally. There have been several ways that I have tried to control it over the years with varying results.

In this post, I will be talking more about my hirsutism and giving my review of a product I recently tried for the condition.

My PCOS diagnosis

Since I do not have a popular blog by any means, no one who might see this post will know my back story. Because of this, I will start off by talking about how I came to get a PCOS diagnosis.

When I was around 11 years old, I started getting horrible acne and oily skin. It was mainly on my forehead at first, then eventually it was just all over the place. It was really embarrassing because none of my friends seemed to have acne.

In hopes of controlling my acne, I was prescribed several different things. A couple of them worked, a couple of them did not work. I had to keep taking/using something though because my skin was so bad.

At 14 years old, I started developing hair on my upper lip. I didn’t really notice it at first until my mother pointed it out and said that I needed to get that area waxed. This was another embarrassing thing for me!

All of the acne, oiliness and excess hair continued on past high school. It wasn’t until I was about 21 years old that I found out about PCOS. I realized that my symptoms aligned with that diagnosis. I was ashamed that I could have something like that so I decided to stop thinking about it.

I was given Spironolactone for the acne and hirsutism but was not given a PCOS diagnosis with it due to there being a series of tests that needed to be done first.

At 23 years old, my hairiness got worse. This made me decide it was time to go in for an official diagnosis.

I had to have four different appointments (gynecologist and endocrinologist) that included two consultations, blood tests, an ultrasound and a cortisol level check. My blood test results were all normal but my ultrasound showed cysts all over my ovaries and I met the other characteristic criteria (hirsutism and acne).

I stopped taking Spironolactone shortly after my diagnosis because I felt it wasn’t really doing much for me. From there, I just tried to control my acne with various skin care products and got my upper lip waxed once a month.

My hirsutism now

A week of no shaving would have me looking like this!

After I got pregnant and gave birth, my hirsutism came back with a vengeance (did not grow face/neck hair during pregnancy) and has kept getting worse. Because of the severity of it, I have been shaving instead of getting it all waxed and plucked off.

For a while I could still get away with shaving once a day or once every other day. Unfortunately though, for the past four years I have had to shave my face/neck twice a day. Since the pandemic happened and because I stay home all the time, I sometimes will go a day without shaving because no one but my immediate family will see me.

The hair that I get shows up on my chin, upper lip, jaw line and neck. In true hirsutism form, the hairs are coarse and noticeable. They are there in the morning and then they pop up again in the evening.

The razors I have been using

For quite a while I was using a women’s facial hair remover. It looks like a little vibrator but it did work well! What made me stop using it was the fact that my hirsutism got worse and it could no longer get the hairs very well.

I was really hesitant at first to start using a razor. This is because I know the burn and bumps they can leave on the body. It is not something I want on my face either!

After mulling it over, I decided to start using razors despite the burn risk. The excess hairs were really bothering me and I wanted something that could get them off. I wanted to use a separate razor for my face than I use for my body so I started using the Schick razors that I have pictured above only for that area.

I was nervous the first time I used one of the razors. After just moving it careful over the hairs though, I realized that I could indeed get them off without getting razor burn.

Success!

I have been using the razors ever since then. The only thing that I don’t like about them is that it doesn’t seem like it can pick up the really fine hairs on my upper lip that are left over after shaving the coarse ones off.

Am I annoyed that I have to shave my face? Yes, of course I am. I don’t like that I grow hair in these places and sometimes I get really down about it. Fortunately, I know how to manage it and it is not like people are going to be seeing me up close (except for my immediate family) for the foreseeable future.

Hair removal product review

So, I did try a new hair removal product recently. It was the Hydro Silk Touch-Up razor picture above. Although the other razors I talked about work great, I just wanted to try these out and see if they work for the fine hairs that get left over on my face.

I am happy to say that they really did get rid of the fine hairs! I used it all over my face which made it really smooth afterwards. It was unable to get the coarse hairs but I wasn’t really expecting it to.

The one thing I will say about these is that you can’t let the razors’ “cute” look fool you. They may be able to cut you if you are not careful with them. Just glide them gently across your face and you will be fine!

I highly recommend this product for anyone that has a bit of peach fuzz on their face they are looking to get rid of on a regular basis.

Hirsutism can really suck

Most people who deal with hirsutism don’t like it and have problems embracing it (some can though!). The fortunate thing is that the condition can be managed in various ways. I am glad that I found the Schick razors as they are cheap and effective for me to use.

If you deal with excess hairs like I do, how do you handle them?

Thanks for reading!

#hairremoval #shaving #razor #hirsutism #PCOS #hormonalproblems #Schickproducts #face

Dating and Hirsutism: How to Tell Them

Dating and Hirsutism: How to Tell Them

Dating is one of the many things that looks different these days thanks to the pandemic. The unfortunate thing is that dating with hirsutism (excess hair) may be just as tough as it was pre-pandemic for some people.

In this post, we will be talking about dealing with excess hair while dating and how/when to talk to the other person about it.

About hirsutism

If you are stopping by to my blog and know about or have hirsutism, feel free to skip over this! If you are stopping by and don’t know much about (or are just plain interested) it, feel free to keep reading!

Hirsutism is the clinical term for excess hair growth in women. The areas on the body that this growth occurs at includes the upper lip, chin, chest, back, abdomen, thighs, neck and jaw line.

While it is normal for women to have some hair growth in the aforementioned areas, hirsutism is different in that the hair is thicker and coarser. This means that you have to work a little harder to get it off than you would if it were just some light hairs (peach fuzz).

There is a scale that scores a person’s level of hirsutism severity. This is called the Ferriman-Gallwey Scoring System. Not all medical practitioners use this scale anymore because everything is subjective. For example, a person might only score a two on the scale for upper lip hair but for them it is more severe than that.

There are several causes of hirsutism and they include the following:

  • PCOS
  • Menopause
  • Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH)
  • Cushing’s Syndrome
  • Androgen secreting tumors
  • Oral minoxidil
  • Obesity
  • Certain medications

Having hirsutism can cause depression. This is due to possibly not feeling feminine because of having the same hair growth patterns seen in men. Or if the hair is just simply unwanted. They may also feel embarrassed about it, too.

There are some ways that hirsutism can be managed and treated if one chooses to do so. They are as follows:

  • Shaving (razors and other types of shavers)
  • Waxing (professionally or at home)
  • Plucking
  • Epilator
  • Depilation- Be extra careful with this one!
  • Birth control (like Yaz)
  • Antiandrogen medication (like Spironolactone)
  • Vaniqa– This only slows the new growth and does no get rid of the current hair.
  • Laser therapy- This is more expensive than the other options. One should make sure to check out the pros and cons of having this done.
  • Electrolysis- This is more expensive than others on the list and can take up to two years of regular treatments to see results. One should make sure to check out the pros and cons of having this done.

Here is a wonderful resource for learning more about hirsutism: https://www.aafp.org/afp/2012/0215/afp20120215p373.pdf

How to date during a pandemic

Before we get into dating with hirsutism, it is important to know just how dating is done these days (if trying to be safe).

The pandemic has caused in-person things to be risky. This has made people turn to dating virtually. A person can meet someone on one of several dating sites or through someone they know and then continue the relationship through video calls.

Zoom and Google Duo seem to be popular choices to have video call sessions on. While getting to know each other on these platforms may not be as great as in-person, a good time can still be had and a wonderful relationship can bloom.

There are many activities that can be done outdoors. While they are safer than indoor activities, there is still a level of risk that seems to be higher now with this more contagious variant. This means that safety measures should still be taken.

In the event that people in a relationship want to meet and be close together indoors, they should proceed at their own risk. They could quarantine themselves for two weeks, get tested beforehand or just get together without any precautions.

Check out this webpage for more ideas on how to date safely during the pandemic: https://www.verywellmind.com/how-to-date-more-successfully-during-covid-5113503

Dating and hirsutism

You can still get ready for a video call date!

Picture this…

You have been messaging someone on a dating site and are ready to have a video call with them. Looking nice and put together is something you think is important even if you aren’t meeting in person.

You decide to put on attractive clothes first-picking out the most flattering thing you have. Then you get your face ready. This includes getting rid of any hair that you may have on there (however you do it) due to hirsutism. You find the excess hair to be embarrassing and you do not want your date to see it.

So in that scenario, you are being proactive about making sure that your date does not know about your hirsutism so that you can make the best first impression.

Now, let’s picture this scenario…

Things have been going wonderful with this new person you found on the dating site. You talk to them often and enjoy each other a lot. One day you have a video call planned with them. Since you feel comfortable being without makeup on the calls, you don’t put any on.

You also forget to get rid of the excess hairs.

During the video, you see yourself and realize that those pesky hairs are showing and very visible. You start getting really embarrassed and hope that they don’t see them. This then causes you to feel distracted and cut the video call short.

The second scenario might be a little more of a nightmare for you. For it to not occur and be something you have to worry about-you may want to consider telling the other person about your excess hair.

Your hirsutism can be talked about in different ways and at different times. Here are some ideas on how to do it:

  • Tell them straight-up, right away- If you are a bold person, you could tell them shortly after meeting them. This could be really tough for some people. The good thing about it is that it would weed out people if the hirsutism makes them want to bounce right away.
  • Tell them after things have gotten a little more serious- This is something that you can do if you are not the most bold person out there. When a relationship has been building for a while, you may feel slightly more comfortable talking about your hirsutism. You could find a quiet moment in your video call to bring it up. There are good chances that they won’t care about the excess hair since they have been rocking with you for a while.
  • Anytime while playing “Get To Know Me”- You could suggest to play a game like this where you answer personal questions about yourselves. You may have to sneak it in to whatever question they ask that is related or strategically suggest a question that you both are to answer.
  • Email them- If you don’t have the courage to tell them on video, you can always email them about your hirsutism. Mention that it is really tough for you to talk about it on a video call.

Instead of never telling the person you are dating that you deal with excess hair and setting a timer/reminder to shave before each video call, you should really consider telling them about it at some point. Forgetting to take your excess hairs off before frequent video calls or in-person dates is something that is bound to happen a time or two.

How I did it

Just showing my dry, wrinkly hands to say that it all worked out!

My husband is the only person I ever dated (sad, huh?). Back when we were first getting together, my hirsutism was not as bad as it is now but still visible. At that time I was getting it all waxed off and didn’t think I needed to tell him about my diagnosis.

After a while, my hirsutism did get a little worse for whatever reason. One day I even caught him looking at my chin. That was when I decided that I needed to tell him about how I have excess hair due to PCOS.

I just sat there and told him all about it. He was not turned off by this at all (obviously since we are married now!). In fact, he knew other women who had PCOS and dealt with the same issues.

My hirsutism has gotten even worse these days, unfortunately. The great thing is that my husband says he doesn’t even notice when I go a couple days without shaving.

Maybe he is just lying out of love but I will take it. Sometimes I forget to shave or just don’t feel like it!

In conclusion

Dating can successfully happen even if one has hirsutism. If you think things might get more serious between you and the other person, being frank about the issue is something to consider. It is important to remember that if someone truly cares about you, they will see beyond some extra hairs on your face and/or body.

Does anyone reading this have hirsutism? If so, did it affect your dating life at all?

Thanks for reading!

#datingsites #freedatingsites #OKCupid #Zoom #PCOS #hormones #hirsutism #hirsutismtreatment #shaving #hairremoval

What I Learned From Tracking My Health

What I Learned From Tracking My Health

Months ago, I created my very own book that combined a health tracker and daily planner all in one. I did this because I wanted to be able to do these two things daily without having to get two different books.

I am coming up on a year of using these and it has been pretty eye opening for me. In this post, I will be discussing what I have learned about myself in the past five months.

What health stuff I track and why

Ever since about two weeks after I had COVID-19, I have experienced many different symptoms that can be attributed to post-viral syndrome (I have a whole post about that). I am also really sensitive to hormonal fluctuations which has caused uncomfortable symptoms. These two things combined have greatly disrupted my life.

After a couple months of the post-COVID symptoms, I decided that I was going to start tracking how I felt each day. I began tracking my mental/physical status, the food/supplements I consumed and what day I was on in my menstrual cycle. I have kept up with doing this since then.

The reasoning behind tracking everything has been to see if there are any correlations and/or causations. Finding any may help me figure out how to fix things or be able to anticipate things happening so I am prepared.

What I have learned from tracking my health

As I stated above, tracking has been eye opening. Looking over these five months and analyzing everything has made me realize that I am not out of the woods yet with the post-COVID and menstrual cycle issues.

Here are the things that I have learned:

Post-COVID/general-

  • May-June were horrible overall. I had lots of bouts of my post-COVID crud (GI, neurological, respiratory and heart issues). I guess I was too proud to admit that the symptoms didn’t totally go away.
  • I am groggy on days without vitamin B12.
  • Allergy-type symptoms (itchy nose, swollen throat, itchy skin) are a regular thing for me. I believe this is another post-viral annoyance combined with a mast cell issue.
  • I will randomly have actual cold-like symptoms about three days out of the month. I have gone to get drive-through PCR swab tests but they are always negative. This must be a post-viral thing, too.
  • I was taking turmeric and Aspirin because I read that they can have health benefits that are needed during the pandemic. Things were going good with them for a while but within the past few months they started to mess with my GI system. I am no longer able to consume them.
  • My mental state consists of being happy and motivated most of the time.
  • I have developed heat stroke symptoms whenever I try to mow the lawn for some reason.

Menstrual cycle-

Before I start with the list, I wanted to give an explanation of the “GI and mental distress times” that you will see on it. This is when I get extremely anxious, upset, worried and experience horrible stomach issues (pain, bloating, nausea and sometimes loose stool) all at the same time.

Here are some general things about my menstrual cycle symptoms:

  • Since taking the full dosage of Claritin everyday starting in early July, my GI and mental distress times have reduced greatly. They don’t last for more than 1.5 hours and I am able to just breath through them most of the time.
  • Any hormonal nausea I do get that is too intense for me is taken away by red raspberry leaf tea and half of a Meclizine tablet.
  • The length of my cycles switched from 27 days to 31 days and then back to 27 again. I am not sure why this happened. PCOS maybe?

My last two cycles yielded pretty much the same symptoms on all 27 days of them. Here is a play-by-play of what I experienced during them-

  • Days 1-4: Menstrual cramps (days 1-2), fatigue, mild headache, low appetite, post nasal drip, happy and focused.
  • Days 5-8: Itchy eyes, post-nasal drip, happy, motivated, focused and bloody gums.
  • Days 9-11: No physical symptoms, happy and motivated.
  • Days 12-15: Leg aches, bloating, appetite increase, lightheadedness upon standing, ovary aches (day 14), GI/mental distress time (day 15), happy most of the time and bouts of sadness.
  • Days 16-19: Appetite increase, good energy for workouts, irritable at times, happy at times and easily startled.
  • Days 20-23: Lightheadedness at times, irritable at times, happy most of the time, some bloating and not enough energy to workout on day 22.
  • Day 24-27: Tender breasts, nesting, neck aches, nausea (day 26), smell of blood in my genital area, insomnia, some bloating, rumination, irritability and night sweats.

The main takeaway

What I take from all of this information is that I have some health issues that I probably won’t be cured of. All I can do is keep managing my symptoms so that my life is not disrupted further. Things have been going pretty good lately and I want that to continue on.

Do any of you track your daily health symptoms?

Thanks for reading!

If you are interested, you can find one of my health tracker/daily planners here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0915M7S3B

#journalsandplanners #health #women #nonbinary #pms #pmddtreatment #postviralsyndrome #COVID19 #symptoms #mentalhealth #physicalhealth #hormonalproblems #pcos

Makeup Artist’s Choice Product Review: The Fade Peel

Makeup Artist’s Choice Product Review: The Fade Peel

I think I have used more dark spot removal products than this!

If you have read my other blog posts, you would know that I struggle with severe hyperpigmentation (dark marks) on my face. I have tried many different things to try and fade them but I haven’t had much success.

The Fade Peel from Makeup Artist’s Choice was my most recent purchase for my facial skin. In this post, I will be talking about what it is and giving my review on it.

About hyperpigmentation

Hyperpigmentation is a skin condition in which there are spots and/or patches that are darker than the rest of the skin. This is due to an excess production of melanin which makes it more common in people who are of a darker complexion.

This condition can be caused by sun damage, acne lesions, tattoos gone wrong, hormones, scratches, wounds and burns. The marks/patches can be any where on one’s body.

There are various treatments for hyperpigmentation but they do take time to work (if they do at all). These treatments include the following:

  • Hydroquinone: Has bleaching effects.
  • Retinoids: Tretinoin and Retinol.
  • Alpha-hydroxy acids: Glycolic, lactic and mandelic. They come in serums, creams and peels.
  • Laser resurfacing
  • Vitamin C: Comes in serums and creams.
  • Wearing sunscreen every two hours: Protects from sun damage.
  • Various other herbs/extracts that are said to possibly fade spots.

Some of these treatments may need to be used together in order to have the best chances of working. There are quite a few skincare products that actually do have combinations of spot-fading ingredients in cream, lotion and serum form.

My skin

I should mention first that I am of African American descent with medium brown skin. The picture above captures the hyperpigmentation better than my phone pictures can.

I started out having pretty bad acne on my face at the age of 11. It was likely when PCOS struck but we knew nothing of that diagnosis at that time. Because of that, we just thought it was regular puberty that was hitting me really hard.

The acne has gotten significantly better since I hit 25 but I have been left with dark marks as the aftermath. My skin picking issue has also not helped anything.

The hyperpigmentation is on my cheeks (left one is worse), chin and I have one spot on my upper lip. I also have hyperpigmentation spots on my body but I have been mainly trying to focus on treating my face.

The amount of products I have tried to even out my skin is crazy. I try to not get too upset about it, but it is hard not to sometimes. Lots of money has been wasted over the years.

The Fade Peel

This is one of the many high quality products from Makeup Artist’s Choice. It comes from their line of at-home chemical peels.

There are ten types of peels that are offered and almost all come in varying strengths. They all have some similar benefits but they also have some benefits that are more specific to each one.

The Fade Peel specifically treats dark marks. The fading ingredients in this peel include the following:

  • Glycolic acid– This is an alpha hydroxy acid and comes from sugarcane.
  • Lactic acid- This is an alpha hydroxy acid and comes from milk.
  • Malic acid-This is an alpha hydroxy acid and comes from apples.
  • Kojic acid-Comes from different types of fungi.
  • Bearberry extract-Comes from the bearberry plant.
  • Licorice root extract- Comes from the root of the licorice plant.

All of these ingredients also contain antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. This means that the peel has other benefits besides its ability to fade spots.

The procedure of how to apply the peel is similar to all of the other Makeup Artist’s Choice peels. It includes the following steps:

  1. Do a patch test to see how your skin reacts to the peel.
  2. Cleanse the skin and let it dry.
  3. Prep the skin with their PH Prep toner. Let this dry for 20 minutes.
  4. Apply the peel and leave on for five minutes.
  5. Rinse off with cleanser.
  6. Apply a moisturizer.

The Fade Peel is meant to be done only once a week. It is important to not use any harsh products (acid products, acne products, retinoids etc.) within 24 hours before using the peel. You should also be wearing sunscreen every two hours, afterwards (and in general).

This peel currently comes in a sample size for $3 and a regular size (1 OZ) for $20. The rating is 4.5/5 and has 207 reviews on the site.

My review of the Fade Peel

What drew me to this peel was the fact that it is specifically for fading hyperpigmentation and contains good ingredients. I didn’t want to get my hopes up but I was excited to start a course of it.

My plan was to do ten peels and then see where my skin was at. I would then either go for a higher percentage of the glycolic peel or stop doing peels for a while altogether.

The first and subsequent times of doing the Fade Peel, I found it to barely sting at all. I was thinking that it would sting more being that it is only meant to be on for five minutes (you can go up to ten for other peels). I thought that meant it would be more powerful or something.

What I noticed the next day after each peel was that my skin was really smooth and “bright.” That feel and look would continue on for a couple days and then it would change back to its usual state.

After the ten rounds of peels were up, I tried to really assess my skin. I had taken before pictures and then I took some after pictures to compare. I also looked at my face closely in the mirror.

No changes.

My dark marks and patches looked exactly the same. It was like I had done absolutely nothing to my skin at all. Another disappointment for me.

Up next for my skin

My hyperpigmentation is obviously extremely hard to treat as nothing has really worked to date. I think this is due in part to me having dark skin-maybe it makes things more difficult.

My plan right now is to keep using aloe Vera gel, rosehip oil and sunscreen on my face. This only maintains the way my skin looks which is at least better than it making it worse.

I also plan on starting a higher strength glycolic acid peel than I have done in the past. If the glycolic acid peel does absolutely nothing, I will start using tretinoin.

If the tretinoin doesn’t work, I really don’t think there is anything else left to try.

In conclusion

So, the Fade Peel didn’t work for me. It is still a very good product as it clearly works for other people. For that reason and the fact that Makeup Artist’s Choice is a great company- I still recommend it for others to try.

Do any of you have hyperpigmentation? If so, what works for your spots?

Thanks for reading!

Here is the beauty journal I use on a regular basis: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B093B9XWTH

#melanin #MakeupArtistsChoice #skincareproducts #beauty #postinflammatoryhyperpigmentation #hyperpigmentationtreatment #TheOrdinary #

Fit Fabulous Fall: My Six Week Routine

Fit Fabulous Fall: My Six Week Routine

As bad as everything is right now in regards to the pandemic, we can’t be giving up on our health. I sure won’t be.

One of the things that we should be doing is exercising on a regular basis. It is not the most fun thing in the world but it has so many benefits.

For this post, I wanted to show you my new six week routine I will be doing and possibly inspire one of you to do it too!

My goal for this routine

I am a fitness enthusiast that does weight lifting four times a week. This has been important for me when it comes to staying mentally and physically well.

As a person with PCOS, I need to do all that I can to keep the negative effects of the diagnosis at bay. Engaging in consistent exercise that includes intense cardio/abs and weight lifting is key to this.

Over the years I have done many different weight lifting routines but have never really budged when it comes to increasing the weight used. Because of this, my goal is to up the weight I lift for each move.

Lifting a bit heavier will have me working harder during the exercise sessions. Not that it really matters that much, but I would love to see a higher calorie burn number on my heart rate monitor watch! Maybe heavier lifts will do that for me.

For my six week routine, I will be taking note of the amount of weight I lift for each exercise move in my health journal. It will be interesting to see the amounts I end up lifting when the six weeks are done!

My workout structures and schedules

As stated before, I always do four weight lifting workouts and two intense cardio/abs workouts a week. The workout schedule always goes like this:

Upper/cardio/Lower/Rest/Upper/Cardio/Lower

There have been times where I have taken more than one day off of working out during the week. For the most part though-I exercise six days a week.

The weightlifting days always include cardio bursts. These are either before the weight lifting or between circuits/supersets/tri-sets. I like to do this because it just feels like I am getting an even better workout than only doing weightlifting moves.

In regards to how many moves I do for my weightlifting workouts-it varies. It is always at least six of them though, with two or three sets.

The cardio bursts on weightlifting days and the cardio workouts, look almost the same. They include doing a lot of moves like jumping jacks, star jumps, mountain climbers, donkey kick-ups, burpees and more. A workout ladder is the only piece of cardio equipment I own but I save it just for my cardio days.

I am not a fan of abdominal work at all so I only do about two different exercises. These are done after the cardio part of the workout has been finished.

The six week routine

Upper body workout (2x per week):

First, 18 minutes of cardio is done.

Then, three circuits with exercises done one after another without stopping. Each circuit is done two times through.

Circuit 1-

Chest press

Wide bent over row

Alternating chest flyes

Alternating back flyes

Close chest press

Close bent over row

Regular push ups

Supine (back) push ups

Circuit 2-

Overhead press

Palms up pull overs

Alternating front raises

Alternating pull overs

Lateral raises

Arm circles- 45 seconds

Hindu push ups

Circuit 3-

Single arm tricep extensions (left or right)

Hammer curls

Single arm triceps extensions (left or right)

Skull crushers

Alternating curls

Tricep dips

Staggered hands push ups

Cardio and abs workout (2x a week):

30 minutes of straight cardio and then 10 minutes of cardio ladder work. Then I do some ab work.

Lower body workout-

First, 18 minutes of cardio is done.

There are four supersets and each are done three times through.

A1. Wide deadlifts

A2. Side lunges

B1. Narrow squats

B2. Reverse lunges

C1. Stiff legged deadlifts

C2. Hip thrusts

D1. Squat to forward lunges

D2. Side leg raises

What do I do my workouts to?

I love to workout to shows. It is just more motivating for me than music is.

Right now I have been working out to Superstore and it is so fun. That show puts me in a better mood and I really look forward to my workouts. Next I will be putting on Wayward Pines!

To conclude this

I am excited to do this six week routine and reach my goal of lifting heavier weights. My plan is to update you all on how I do after I have finished the routine.

What is your current workout routine?

Thanks for reading!

#homeworkouts #homegym #fitness #weighlifting #HIIT #exercise #health #PCOS