Thursday, October 13, 2016

Theresa Erika Juarez Life

Theresa Juarez

Her Hobbies are  working out & hiking. She loves Nachos & Burritos

She did many events like High Times, The Bank Sale, Dab Crown,Extreme AutoFest and others.

Upcoming Bookings/ Events are Dub Show & Promo Even w/ On the Road Insurance
Theresa started modeling in her senior year of high school and since then she’ve been on and off. The past year she has made the decision that modeling will be something more then just a hobby. She's very outgoing and hard working. 

"I truly believe no matter what we do we should strive to be the best."

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Mediterranean food, healthy food

Spanish meatball & butter bean stew

This hearty one-pot is full of Mediterranean flavour, with pork, red onion, peppers and smoked paprika - an impressive 4 of your 5 a day


    350g lean pork mince
    2 tsp olive oil
    1 large red onion, chopped
    2 peppers, sliced, any colour will do
    3 garlic cloves, crushed
    1 tbsp sweet smoked paprika
    2 x 400g cans chopped tomatoes
    400g can butter beans, drained
    2 tsp golden caster sugar
    small bunch parsley, chopped
    crusty bread, to serve (optional)


    Season the pork, working the seasoning in with your hands, then shape into small meatballs. Heat the oil in a large pan, add the meatballs and cook for 5 mins, until golden brown all over. Push to one side of the pan and add the onion and peppers. Cook for a further 5 mins, stirring now and then, until the veg has softened, then stir in the garlic and paprika. Stir everything around in the pan for 1 min, then add the tomatoes. Cover with a lid and simmer for 10 mins.

    Uncover, stir in the beans, the sugar and some seasoning, then simmer for a further 10 mins, uncovered. Just before serving, stir in the parsley. Serve with crusty bread for dunking, if you like.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Girls train hard!

Girls care food, girls train hard at least an hour per day...
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Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Fitness Tips


Do it in threes

"Any workout has three variables: weights, intensity, and volume," Hood says. To keep your body guessing, focus on one variable per workout: Increase the weight but lower the number of reps one day; lower your standard weight but add a set the next; use your standard weight but do more reps faster on another.

Don't give up on the pullup

Pullups, which strengthen the lats, biceps, middle back, and shoulders, are an effective upper-body exercise. Can't squeeze one out? Hood suggests doing plank pulls: Lie with your chest under a weight bar set to knee height on a squatting rack. Grab the bar with an overhand grip and, keeping your body in one line, bend your elbows and pull your chest toward the bar. Lower back to start; do 10 reps.

Row your boat

Before you strength train, spend 10 minutes on a rowing machine to get blood flowing to all the muscles and joints in your body. "It's better than a treadmill or a stationary bike because it engages your upper body and core, not just your legs," Hood says.

Short-circuit your routine

Blast fat with a circuit that includes strength training and cardio: Do a set of push-ups, jump rope for a minute, do a set of squats, jump rope again; continue to alternate strength and cardio. "You're building muscle while keeping your heart rate high," Hood says.


Minimize refined carbs

Out: most breads, cookies, chocolate, white rice, nearly every cereal, honey, and anything with corn syrup or sugar. "As soon as you swallow a refined carb, it starts to spike your blood sugar, which produces excess insulin, a hormone that can be responsible for holding on to fat stores," Hood says.

Eat five times a day

That means three meals and two snacks: one between breakfast and lunch, and one between lunch and dinner. "You'll have a steady stream of energy; plus, less food more often isn't as taxing on your digestive system as three big meals," explains Hood, adding that five daily feedings stabilizes your blood sugar, so you won't have crazy mood swings or hunger pangs.

Up your protein

Hood suggests a Zone-inspired diet--a balance of protein, complex carbs, and fat in every meal and snack--to protect against insulin overload. The benefit of high-quality protein, like chicken, turkey, and low-fat Greek yogurt: It contains amino acids, which help muscles recover after workouts.

Limit your liquids

Ditch juices, vanilla lattes, and sodas--all have unneeded sugar and calories. "You drink for three reasons," Hood says: "If you're thirsty, drink water. If you need stimulation, drink black coffee. If you want to take the edge off, choose a vodka martini or a similar non-mixed, simple drink. In other words, no mojitos."

Monday, September 12, 2016

Mikayla Miles Life

Mikayla Miles is an internationally renowned model in the fitness, fetish and fine art industry. She is passionate about sharing her strengths and Light with the world. Mikayla has travelled the world affecting the lives of those who meet her. She has over eleven years of experience as a model and enjoys entertaining and inspiring others through her work. Mikayla is not only a model but is also well known for her amazing teaching and life coaching skills. 

Part of Mikayla's mission in life is to teach others to find acceptance in themselves, be comfortable with their own bodies and find and live their passions and their joys. She asks, "What lights you up? How do you want to be living your life fully?". Her inspiring life story is part of her reason for being a part of this industry. Mile High Mikayla loves sharing not only her body and mind with the world but also her amazing spirit!