This is a blog to inspire myself to lose a few extra pounds and ultimately just become more toned.
If you see a picture of yours up here that you would like to be taken down, just contact me and I'll do so right away.
I was feeling a bit down lately, logged into my fitspo tumblr, and within 5 minutes my world made sense again and I felt inspired. Anyone else come to fitspo not just for motivation, but to mentally cheer up?
Hey floataway123! Sorry, if there’s a less awkward way to reply to your question I don’t know it. Anyway! Did I get good results? Actually, yes! I didn’t finish the C25k program entirely, like I said, but when I started I could only do about 15-30 seconds of sustained running before I had to walk again, which is pretty much where the program starts you out.
For comparison, the last run I did before it got too cold for me was around 2.6 miles, in around 25 minutes. I’m not the fastest person on the planet by any stretch, but 25 minutes is a lot longer of a sustained run than 25 seconds is!
I found the Couch to 5k program looking at other fitblrs. People kept bringing it up so I investigated it! I didn’t end up following the program exactly, but I kept running. I’m not running at the moment due to the cold, though. Can’t stand it!
Photo reblogged from tans n vans
this is all i want really
Okay guys, I need some advice.
I borrowed the P90X dvds from a friend earlier today, along with everything else I’ll need for it - and believe me, there is a lot. I’ve been reading a bit through it all and I’m starting to wonder if it’s right for me. It seems like a great - intense, but great - workout, and I’m wondering if any of you have used it, and what your results were?
Video reblogged from Life unexpected
This woman pole dances like she plans to take it to the Olympics and win the gold. It gets good at 1:20.
At the 3:20 mark it becomes unbelievable.
what. is. this. sorcery.
this woman has the upper body strength of a greek god or something holy shit
oh my GOD.
i am both amazed and turned on by this.
JFC, pole dancing like this deserves to go to the Olympics.
I’m so fucking turned on right now
Holy fucking shit. I want to do this even more now!!
Anonymous asked: I could really use some advice, it's really hard to plan out what food I need and how much, I can never seem to get it right. I'm trying to not eat more than 1200 calories a day ( about 1400 if I've worked out, which I do 4/5 days a week for 40-60 mins and I'm hungry) but everyday I either eat the stuff I've planned and end up way too full, or am always starving and then stress about eating too much, I eat really healthy it's just hard to plan out proportions and how often :/
I am really flattered that you asked me for advice, and I’m more than happy to help! I’m certainly not a nutritionist by any means, and everyone’s body type/calorie intake is going to be different, but I can tell you what works for me.
For starters, drinking a glass or two of water before any meal is automatically going to make you feel more full, along with hydrating you. You might have already heard this, but often times you might think you’re hungry when your body actually only needs water. I also tend to drink a lot of water during meals (though I do live a desert climate), and maybe it’s just a mental thing, but especially when I’m eating things that absorb well, like bread or pasta, I feel as though drinking water while eating will help to absorb it and expand the food in my stomach a bit, making me feel a bit fuller.
As far as eating too much or stressing about when to eat, that can be solved mainly by planning meals out ahead of time and being careful to measure everything. It might help you to eat on a schedule, too - I did that for a while. You have five smaller meals throughout the day, around 2-3 hours apart, so you never eat too much at one time, and you never go without food long enough to actually feel hungry. And if you do still find yourself hungry at any point, you should never feel guilty about giving your body the nutrition it’s craving in a healthy snack like fruit or vegetables.
Text reblogged from It's a way of life
It won’t take you as long to shave your legs.
Glad I’m not the only one who ever thought this.
Chat reblogged from BARE BONES SO I CAN SEE YOUR SOUL
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