Fitness Swag 5000
awww yeahhh

I promised myself I would get back to fit-tumbling if I worked out for an hour a day Sunday to Sunday and I made it :3 New goal same time frame: keep my heart rate above 150 for two of my three exercises. 

let’s do this. 

gutsanduppercuts:

Unfuckwittable…

gutsanduppercuts:

Unfuckwittable…

my lungs and stomach feel bleh. 

So I don’t believe tomorrow is the best time to start my regime- 

but I’m back. 

this is my best contribution to fitblr.

this is my best contribution to fitblr.

eatmorebroccoli:

th3skinny:

happyhealthyhippy:

Preach!

This is such an important message. I think a lot of times in the fitblr community people either forget or don’t realize that fitness models are often photographed at their least healthy. For competitions and photoshoots they go through insane diets, workout programs and do some crazy things you’ve never even heard of to lose water weight and gain definition. It’s all fine and good to be motivated by fitness models, but keep in mind that the level of fitness you’re seeing is unsustainable. 

Ahh! This woman, I tell you what. She know’s what’s up, seriously.
Also, I get excited when I know someone I see on Tumblr, haha. 

eatmorebroccoli:

th3skinny:

happyhealthyhippy:

Preach!

This is such an important message. I think a lot of times in the fitblr community people either forget or don’t realize that fitness models are often photographed at their least healthy. For competitions and photoshoots they go through insane diets, workout programs and do some crazy things you’ve never even heard of to lose water weight and gain definition. It’s all fine and good to be motivated by fitness models, but keep in mind that the level of fitness you’re seeing is unsustainable. 

Ahh! This woman, I tell you what. She know’s what’s up, seriously.

Also, I get excited when I know someone I see on Tumblr, haha. 

random musing

I think one of the hardest things of the fitness journey is the paradox of wanting to improve something, while not being  critical of yourself.  

At least in the culture of the United States, fat, or this idea of physical “imperfection,” is seen as a character flaw. The  negative self talk starts  automatically, and you’re no longer working out because it’s something you want to do- but because it’s something you need to “complete” because you are somehow less than if you don’t beat yourself down constantly.