Toni Eade will tell you that performing at competitions is much easier than months of training and special diet plans.
This fitness instructor has been quite active. In her last five year professional career she has taken part in seven bodybuilding competitions. Right now she is training to compete for New Zealand at ICN world bodybuilding championship in Melbourne this October.
Eade is extremely professional and she always likes to set her goals and then move ahead. She feels it’s easier for her to drive towards a target when it’s present, that makes the work also much easier.
“Setting goals is like running a business,”
“Find a program, follow it and you should get results.”
Eade also said that bodybuilding is an extremely diversified field. And there are instances when you can also suffer defeat and feel low. Low self-esteem and lack of confidence are quite common in such a competitive setup.
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When asked Eade about the same, then she said that she has a network of friends and well-wishers who keep her motivated and make her journey easy.
“Self doubt always creeps in like it does in any sport.
“That’s when you surround yourself with good [support] people … you’ve got to build resilience around yourself.”
Eade also feels that taking regular breaks is equally important. She feels that take a break when you feel that your body needs it. She also took a break from bodybuilding in 2017. But in 2018 she was all geared up to conquer another goal. She was involved at boxing at the fight for kidz in Invercargill.