It's never too late;
Welcome to my fitblr! Basically, journey to becoming the best me I can be, I don't bite so if you want to talk about anything at all (fitness or not), just drop me an ask. Good luck to everyone out there!

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"You spend your whole life stuck in the labyrinth, thinking about how you’ll escape one day, and how awesome it will be, and imagining that future keeps you going, but you never do it. You just use the future to escape the present."
#fuck / via gettingthiinner-for-me
notforathighgap:

Run or Dye -  30 Day Plank Challenge

notforathighgap:

Run or Dye -  30 Day Plank Challenge

/ via notforathighgap
sassyfitblog:

30 Day Total Abs Challenge
Strong abs help you perform better in daily activities and sports. It also looks great when bikini season rolls around ;) ;)
This 30 day total abs fitness challenge consists of 3 great ab exercise moves:
Sit-Ups
Planks (My very favorite)
Flutter Kicks (this moves also works your legs)
Click on each exercise above to see a photo and video demonstration.
Perform each exercise for the specified reps and/or time count for the next 30 days to get strong abs and core.
I just completed Day 1.
Join me!

*Follow my blog for more fitness challenges

sassyfitblog:

30 Day Total Abs Challenge

Strong abs help you perform better in daily activities and sports. It also looks great when bikini season rolls around ;) ;)

This 30 day total abs fitness challenge consists of 3 great ab exercise moves:

  1. Sit-Ups
  2. Planks (My very favorite)
  3. Flutter Kicks (this moves also works your legs)

Click on each exercise above to see a photo and video demonstration.

Perform each exercise for the specified reps and/or time count for the next 30 days to get strong abs and core.

I just completed Day 1.

Join me!

*Follow my blog for more fitness challenges

/ via sassyfitblog
/ via pushupsandpixiedust / originally from divinefitness
/ via getgoneforgood / originally from arthlete
fitbeliever:

FITNESS YOUTUBE CHANNELS

There are literally thousands of fitness videos on youtube, but how do you find the right ones? Sometimes if you just type in “ab workout”, you can get some…pretty strange results. So, if you’d like some trusty channels to subscribe to for workout videos, nutrition and wellness information, and more, check out the following!

For Fitness and Nutrition Tips:
123 Be Healthy
American Council on Exercise
Funeral For My Fat
The Lean Machines
Lean Secrets
Michael Kory Fitness
Nicole M. Wilkins
Omar Isuf
PopSugar Fitness
Precise Nutrition
SarahFit TV
Scott Herman Fitness
Tara Stiles
Zumba Fitness
For Workouts:
Amanda Russell
BeFIT
Blogilates
Bootcamp: MC
Bodyrock
eHow Fitness
Fitness Blender
Gym Virtual
LauraLondon
Livestrong Woman
RidgeLine Fitness
SparkPeople
Tone It Up
»These are just my personal favorites. Feel free to add more of your own!

fitbeliever:

FITNESS YOUTUBE CHANNELS

There are literally thousands of fitness videos on youtube, but how do you find the right ones? Sometimes if you just type in “ab workout”, you can get some…pretty strange results. So, if you’d like some trusty channels to subscribe to for workout videos, nutrition and wellness information, and more, check out the following!

For Fitness and Nutrition Tips:

For Workouts:

»These are just my personal favorites. Feel free to add more of your own!

/ via getgoneforgood / originally from fitbeliever
/ via voilamissdior / originally from alabaly
/ via nevergiveup-keepfighting / originally from the-more-u-know

Todays workout:

30 minutes biking, level 4, 2.5 km, 210 calories
20 minutes elliptical, level 4, 1 km, 102 calories
15 minutes biking, hill interval, 1.5 km 125 calories
Total: 437 calories, 5 km

#wo #mine
#fav / via the-answer-is-within-me / originally from dontworry-thiswontlastforever
/ via keep-calm-be-fit / originally from senorphoenicopterus

submissivefeminist:

ashleighthelion:

Your body is not wrong, society is. I went out on my college campus to promote for my body positivity organization and to spread a little love to the world! ♥

So proud of this girl! I should organize something like this on campus. I’m going through rally-withdrawals. But yeah, all the thumbs up to this gorgeous woman for spreading this important message!

/ via keep-calm-be-fit / originally from ashleighthelion
16 steps to improve your body image 1. Remove unhealthy conditioning. Get rid of fashion magazines, change the channel during commercial breaks, etc.
2. Replace with healthy conditioning. Hang pictures of beautiful women with diverse body types, follow body positive blogs, etc.
3. GET NAKED. Spend some time getting comfortable with your body.
4. Don't be so critical of others. This only breeds criticism in ourselves. Accept others, accept yourself.
5. Don't allow yourself to think negative thoughts. Pretend you love yourself, and eventually you will.
6. Accept compliments. Learn to just say, "Thank you," rather than brushing them off.
7. Compliment yourself. purposefully list the things that you like about yourself.
8. TAKE LOTS OF SELFIES, UNTIL YOU LOVE THEM ALL.
9. Wear the clothes that make you feel beautiful. Regardless of what others think.
10. Do your hair and makeup the way that YOU like.
11. Spend some time alone doing the things that you like to do. (Masturbate. A lot.)
12. Treat yourself to something nice.
13. Wear sexy underwear even if no one else will see them.
14. Surround yourself with people who build you up.
15. Confront the people who tear you down, and cut them out of your life.
16. Always ask yourself "Why do I feel this way? Who says this isn't beautiful?"
#fav / via keep-calm-be-fit / originally from 16-secrets

fightblr:

findingthinagain:

findingthinagain:

Before/after.

This one actually took a lot of courage.

The picture on the left is probably the most “famous” picture of me, with over 5600 notes. It’s currently in a frenzy of being reblogged right now, so I decided to recreate it.

On the left, November 2010, I weighed 105 pounds (at 5’6”). This was not my lowest weight, in fact this was only the beginning, before I ever lost my period. This picture was a big deal for me because I finally started to love my body, and I thought I’d “made it”, because I finally had a thigh gap and toned abs. Too bad that feeling was extremely fleeting and I felt the need to lose 7 more pounds and would have lost much, much more if my mom and a doctor hadn’t intervened.

On the right, July 2012, I weigh 121 pounds. This is not my highest weight since I’ve recovered. Like a lot of people, I “overshot” my weight gain, weighing around 130ish (a guess since I got rid of my scale at school when I hit 128), and have since slowly dropped back down by truly normalizing my relationship with food and exercise. But guess what. This time I actually do love my body. I don’t feel like I need to change anything. It’s no longer “I love my body but… I need a bigger thigh gap… I’d like more toned abs… I’d like more visible hipbones…”. It’s just I love my body. It will likely continue to change throughout my life. I can basically guarantee you that I will weigh less than this and I will weigh more than this. If loving my body was still dependent on looking a certain way, I’d be screwed.

But luckily, it doesn’t depend on how I look, at all. Whether I weigh 100 pounds or 400 pounds, my body is my body and it puts up with me. I love my boyfriend for sticking with me through ups and downs, so why wouldn’t I love my body for doing the same thing?

…This officially has more notes than the original picture (it has just over 6000 now)

TUMBLR IS THE BEST AND I LOVE ALL OF YOU x10000

That text tho.

/ via positive-shrinking
#fav / via mangoandblueberries / originally from hellyeahjustlikethat