March 18th, 2014

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March 17th, 2014

chelseaalysse:

fitnessgifs4u:

Killer Workout Routines PART 2 - Bar Brothers…YouTube VIDEO

This is a workout Josh would do lol

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March 16th, 2014

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magicallyalexa:

Want to get in shape, but in the mood to watch a Disney movie? well here you go! Thanks to the following blogs! check them out while you work out! (NOT MY PHOTOS, NOR WORKOUT)

  • fuckyeahmovieworkouts.tumblr.com
  • jamierunningwild.tumblr.com
  • filbr-fitblr.tumblr.com
  • fitdisney.tumblr.com

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gettingahealthybody:

There are always ways to incorporate exercise into your busy schedule. It’s a matter of whether you want to do it or not.

If I left dumbbells at the stairs I’d trip myself for sure.

gettingahealthybody:

There are always ways to incorporate exercise into your busy schedule. It’s a matter of whether you want to do it or not.

If I left dumbbells at the stairs I’d trip myself for sure.

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March 15th, 2014
rosalarian:

lovelygirlsandgeekystuff:

You’re a fitness model with a fitness website and a fitness carrer and you’re fit ? that was unexpected ! I have a degree in engineering, I get $65K a year and I’m ranked diamond in League of legends, what’s YOUR excuse ?
the word here is “priorities”, kinda works with everything, not everyone wants to be fit OR it’s very low priority in their life priorities. Being fit isn’t an “objective common life goal" that every human have. She’s neither rich or famous, some say that she wasted her life being fit !
The thing that you can make whoever goals you want for your life, just don’t shove it into other people’s throats or think your goals are better than theirs.
In a fitness context, I guess that’s motivational, but in a body positive context, that’s just saying that YOUR body is the one women SHOULD have because otherwise, it proves that they are lazy and don’t have willpower…that’s insulting…
My excuse ? I made my priorities in life and you made yours, I could blame you about all the thing you didn’t accomplished and that I did, that wouldn’t prove that you have less willpower than me.

Oh snaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaap!

rosalarian:

lovelygirlsandgeekystuff:

You’re a fitness model with a fitness website and a fitness carrer and you’re fit ? that was unexpected !
I have a degree in engineering, I get $65K a year and I’m ranked diamond in League of legends, what’s YOUR excuse ?

the word here is “priorities”, kinda works with everything, not everyone wants to be fit OR it’s very low priority in their life priorities.
Being fit isn’t an “objective common life goal" that every human have.
She’s neither rich or famous, some say that she wasted her life being fit !

The thing that you can make whoever goals you want for your life, just don’t shove it into other people’s throats or think your goals are better than theirs.

In a fitness context, I guess that’s motivational, but in a body positive context, that’s just saying that YOUR body is the one women SHOULD have because otherwise, it proves that they are lazy and don’t have willpower…that’s insulting…

My excuse ? I made my priorities in life and you made yours, I could blame you about all the thing you didn’t accomplished and that I did, that wouldn’t prove that you have less willpower than me.

Oh snaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaap!

thefrogman:

Hyperbole and a Half by Allie Brosh [website]

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blogilates:

The truth about spinach.

blogilates:

The truth about spinach.

March 14th, 2014

policymic:

Hey Target, That’s not how bodies work

The bargain behemoth’s misstep was first spotted by blog The Ethical Adman, which noticed that the model for the “Xhilaration® Junior’s Midkini 2-Piece Swimsuit -Leopard Print” featured on Target’s website appeared to have a few anatomical discrepancies. (The link now appears to be broken.)

For one thing, the young woman’s arms is bizarrely thinned out and stretches longer than it should. Then there’s the fact that hip also appears to be missing a piece. But by far the most egregious use of the infamous airbrusher is in the woman’s crotch area, where a chunk of the suit is literally chopped out.

Besides being bad practice, the effect of this photoshopping is to give the model what amounts to an artificial “thigh gap.” This extremely problematic phenomenon first garnered media attention last year after eating disorder advocates noted teenage girls were striving for a body weight so low their thighs wouldn’t touch even when they were standing with their feet together.

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Oops.

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beautifulpicturesofhealthyfood:

Grilled Avocado with Corn and Tomato Salsa…RECIPE

beautifulpicturesofhealthyfood:

Grilled Avocado with Corn and Tomato Salsa…RECIPE

Thor: The Dark World Workout Tips

March 13th, 2014

blondevsworld:

Newest Vlog! It’s PEAK WEEK BABY!

I have been following you for about 2 years now. In the blurb on the left it says you resolved to lose at least a certain amount of weight. I'm curious to know if you hit that goal, what it was, how long it took, and if you exceeded it? Literally just asking out of curiousity.
Asketh - Anonymous

Short answer: not so much but I did get close. I started at 175, my goal was 140, I lost 28 in about 5 months, got stuck, and in the last year have regained about 15.

Rambly answer: I don’t remember my starting weight when I made this tumblr but I was always about a size 14. At my very largest ages ago I think it was possibly a 16 and maybe about 180 or more(?), I don’t know, I avoided looking at the numbers or buying new clothes but the jeans I wore all the time were super super stretchy and none of my other jeans were close to fitting. I’m 5’5” or 6” and pear-shaped so people were usually surprised when I say what size I am. The weight I noted when I got serious a couple years ago was 175, and my goal was to reach 140 (though I later changed it to 130), just to make a goal because I had no idea what size I’d end up at but that seemed a reasonable amount. I’d diet following Weight Watchers, maybe a little exercise (I did join a gym a couple times and took a couple fitness classes in school) but it wasn’t very regular, and once I did that I noticed I could lose about 20lbs in 3 months if I was diligent, but I’d eventually lose motivation and I’d regain the weight long before I ever reached my goal, though I’ve never (yet) reverted to my largest. 

Something clicked a two years ago, I’m not sure what, but I was able to make it a lifestyle change. The dieting was easier, I think the new-at-the-time Weight Watchers Points Plus or whatever just fit me better since most veggies were “free” so I’d add veggies to bulk up everything and it was satisfying. I tried workout videos, starting with 30 Day Shred and a few other Jillian Michaels videos, moving on to Insanity and then Jillian’s Body Revolution (not really a fan, especially after Insanity), etc. Being able to workout by myself in the privacy of my own home/room fit me better. It was a habit to eat well and to exercise regularly. I felt better, had better endurance, and for the first time I felt really confident in my body. I could do unmodified pushups for the first time! My lowest weight was 147 and for the first time ever I fit into a single-digit size (8! even in not-vanity-sized stores!). It was really nice. 

What wasn’t nice was all the well-meaning “you’ve lost a lot of/too much weight, you should stop” talks I would get from coworkers because I did noticeably drop weight kind of fast with Insanity, and though I knew I was doing it the “right” way, their talks and looks and teasing did effect me. I was the “incredible shrinking woman.” And then there was a week or two where I lost 4lbs, which was a huge jump when I’d been losing 1-2lbs up until then, it scared me and I started self-sabotaging the diet to not lose so much. It was after doing Insanity for the second time that I think I burnt myself out and I quit a week before completing the two months. I tried P90X but I kind of hated the pace and a bunch of the exercises, so I quit before a month was over. I decided to take a break, which felt weird at first but then I got used to being lazier and I never really started up again. My weight plateaued for months and I didn’t mind but the holidays completely killed the diet groove I had and then weight slowly crept back on and the muscles crept off. I’ve been struggling with finding my willpower since and I can’t seem to stay motivated for longer than a couple weeks which isn’t long enough for it to be a habit/lifestyle again. It’s a little frustrating to start at the beginning again (or close to it) when I remember it all being much easier just a year or two ago.

I think right now I’m a size 10 and about 160, so much less than I started at but I want to be back to where I was now that I’ve had a taste. Still a work-in-progress. Thanks for asking. ;)