September 6th, 2014

urbanresolve:

2016 Campaign Promise: Piano stairs in every subway stop!

the-exercist:

Scissor Hamstring Stretch

Easy to do anywhere and safe for injured backs, this hamstring stretch is great if you’re really tight.
Stand with your feet together. Step your right foot back about two feet and bend forward from your hip joint, keeping your back and both legs straight. After holding for 30 seconds, switch sides.

the-exercist:

Scissor Hamstring Stretch

Easy to do anywhere and safe for injured backs, this hamstring stretch is great if you’re really tight.

  • Stand with your feet together. Step your right foot back about two feet and bend forward from your hip joint, keeping your back and both legs straight. After holding for 30 seconds, switch sides.

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sweatyeah:

mitchlions:

I love ALL!

My birthday is coming and i like all these. Just saying…

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September 5th, 2014

alanaisreading:

Recipe for guilt-free doughnuts.

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September 4th, 2014
awesometriathlon:

#3 the government doesn’t give a shit that you’re unhealthy. You’re less likely to revolt when you feel like shit

awesometriathlon:

#3 the government doesn’t give a shit that you’re unhealthy. You’re less likely to revolt when you feel like shit

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purrpleivygetsfit:

I wanna try this for breakfast tomorrow. 

purrpleivygetsfit:

I wanna try this for breakfast tomorrow. 

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September 3rd, 2014

hard-workpaysoff:

5 Warning signs that you’re exercising way too hard! 

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purrpleivygetsfit:

Watermelon Feta Mint Skewers - recipe 

purrpleivygetsfit:

Watermelon Feta Mint Skewers - recipe 

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hungryrunner:

A veteran marathoner shares her top tips for beginner marathon runners.

One of the smartest things you can do before running your first marathon (aside from literally training for the race) is gather advice. Ask questions and learn lessons from veteran runners who have completed the distance a few times before.

While you can’t predict all of the different factors that could affect your marathon come race day (unless you’re psychic, I guess?), if you take some notes from experienced marathoners you can start to gather some kind of semblance about what to expect and at least plan for the aspects that are in your control—like your outfit and pace times.

Sandra LaFlamme has completed a handful of marathons and blogs about running at OrganicRunnerMom.com. She first and foremost recommends that first time marathoners choose a race that takes place in the fall. That way, the chances of dealing with unpredictable and inclement weather won’t be as likely, both while training and on race day.

When I spoke to her about a runner’s first time tackling the marathon distance, she also offered the following five tips.

Continue reading…

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