weightlossutopia:

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brightfitness:

Ten months progress! I know I haven’t dropped weight like a lot of other people. It’s taken me ten months what some people do in one to two months. I’m still proud of the progress I have made. I’m not anywhere close to done.





fit-personality:

It’s summer and it’s hot as hell (I’m in Arizona, so that statement is legitimately accurate). But while it’s too hot to run outside, the treadmill gets boring and I always wonder how the hell anyone could read a damn book/magazine while they’re running. So if you’re like me and need different entertainment… Here is a list to help you with your treadmill struggles.
Race the people next to you.
Copy literally every movement the person next to you does.
Pretend that you are singing the song that is playing to a massive arena filled with people and they are all singing along and you are totally more famous than Ellie Goulding and you’re a star.
Realize that you actually are a star (in your own special way).
Make up elaborate back stories for every person you see in the gym.
Combine the stories to create a really epic battle and/or romantic comedy.
Listen to audio books.
Remember you have homework and start profusely sweating from stress and not from the run.
Force your friends to go to the gym with you so you can talk to them.
Force your boyfriend to go to the gym with you so you can talk to them.
Talk to yourself because you have no friends to workout with.
Wonder if the reason you have no friends is because you talk to yourself in public places.
Realize you don’t care
Watch a TV show.
Think about the vast and terrifying future.
Think about all the cute clothes you are going to buy after you are shredded from this workout.
Go back to conversations from the past where you didn’t have a good come back and make up a really good one.
Be mad that you didn’t think of it sooner.
Decide which guys in the room you would hook up with given the chance.
Do the same for girls (look I’m straight but if I saw Olivia Wilde at the gym I’d still try to get it).
Think about what you will name your future children.
Or dogs.
Come up with some really insightful conversation starters to have in the future.
Forget them by the time you’re done running.
Picture Chris Evans running directly in front of you.
Picture Chris Evans running directly in front of you… Naked.
Try to hide the fact that you are picturing Channing Tatum naked.
Do the same for Ryan Gosling.
And Channing Tatum.
Think about the delicious (and healthy) meal you are going to eat after this amazing workout.
Dance like no one is watching.
Dance like people are watching and just don’t give a fuck.
Pretend you are currently running an Olympic race and someone from Team Canada is right on your tail and if you don’t finish running that damn Canadian and her bacon are going to catch you.
Just run and zone out and let those endorphins kick in because endorphins make you happy and happy people just don’t shoot their husbands. They just don’t.

c-hange:


reality is girls have stretch marks and instead of shaming and photo shopping people should accept and embrace it.


truebluemeandyou:

16 Foods That Regrow Themselves Infographic from Cooking Stoned.



imgonnamakeachange:

pierced-fattie:

'fat is unhealthy' well k then show me your 'healthy' skinny ass doing it then

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The Rooney Mirror Test

fitabled:

I got this in my mail today and I thought all of you could benefit from it. This test was created by Martin Rooney Founder of Training For Warriors

I have used a mirror to administer one test each day for the last 15 years of my life. As a result, I believe that I have enjoyed success in certain areas that would not have been possible without this test.

 
For all the apprehensive test takers out there, the good news is that this test only takes a minute, doesn’t have a risk of physical pain and can be taken anywhere. The bad news is that there are no “make-ups” and cheating is not allowed.
 
How to administer the test:
 
At the end of the day, while looking yourself in the eye in a mirror, ask yourself the following 5 questions:
 
1. Did I exercise and develop my body today?
2. Did I eat well today?
3. Did I learn something new today?
4. Did I make someone feel better today?
5. Did I take a positive step toward a major goal today?
 
The scoring of this test is simple. If you can answer “yes” to all 5 questions, you pass. If you answer “no” to any of the questions, you fail. Although my grading may seem harsh, I believe by you missing answers, you will be forced to work at what you missed the next day. I guarantee that if you can put weeks of passing days in a row, you will become more successful at whatever it is you desire. I also guarantee, however, that if you consistently have failing days, you will fall behind your competition and farther from what you want to achieve.

Rooney Rule: Most people worry more about changing their clothes than they do changing themselves.
 
Instead of what goes on the outside, worry about the Warrior Within…”