someone tell me some thigh gap exercises?
There are none - Spot reduction is a myth. Whether or not you have a thigh gap depends upon your bone structure and how your body carries your healthy weight.
All the machines at my gym say, “If you experience pain, shortness of breath, elevated heart rate, or faintness you should discontinue use and consult a doctor.”
Baby, if you aren’t experiencing pain, shortness of breath, elevated heart rate, and the willingness to undergo faintness, YOU AREN’T DOING IT RIGHT.
you just need to know the difference between getting a good workout, and when you’re pushing yourself TOO hard. if you’re feeling faint that’s not a good sign. pain isn’t always a “hell yeah getting a good workout in~” either. it can be a bad thing. just know when to chill out.
I think people need to remember too that sometimes it OK to have that mash potato instead of cauliflower.
PLEASE DO NOT FEEL GUILTY IF YOU HAD ONE TOO MANY PIECES OF CHOCOLATE TODAY, ATE SECOND, OR THIRD SERVINGS DURING SUPPER TIME, ATE LOTS OF CARROT CAKE, OR WHATEVER. I PROMISE YOU THIS DAY WILL NOT MATTER IN THE LONG RUN. IT’S ONE DAY.
does anyone know of any good single serving cookbooks?
cooking for one is getting more and more frustrating by the day and if i make meals like hamburger helper i just want to eat it all not to waste it and that’s not good.
i promise i’m going to be more active on this tumblr soon.
i just have a lot on my plate, i’m studying for my final test ever and next week i’ll find out if i’m able to move apartments or not.
and so if i do get to i’ll be packing
but after that all happens i’ve got some ideas so… thanks for keeping up with me :)
Wanted to screen shot this so you guys can be carefully about who you send pictures to!
this is so immature for the blogger
wtf, so creepy
PLEASE USE COMMON SENSE:
If you are going to use apps like LoseIt or Myfitnesspal please realize they aren’t meant to be gospel. Use your best judgment and do research. If it doesn’t sound right, it probably isn’t. The top left pic are my current stats put into LoseIt’s mobile app. I am maintaining my weight currently (top right). When I was losing weight last year I NEVER went below 1lb a week (middle right). I’m showing the bottom two as an example. USE COMMON SENSE, do not go this low. It’s just a calculator. They have that because people of all shapes and sizes use this app. It’s not meant to be abused by people attempting to insanely cut calories when they are already smallish. Plus if you read the disclaimer below, it pretty much says that. This calculator takes into account the 3500 = 1 pound rule. Ex. If you want to lose 1 pound a week (healthy) you need to cut 500 calories from each day to attain that. Please realize you DON’T need to cut 1,000 calories a day to make progress and lose weight. Eat as clean as you can (a small calorie deficit) and workout 3-5 days a week and you’ll see results. Make sure to eat to compensate for any calories expended during exercise. Also, FYI, a kickass weight training/ cardio session has been proven to burn fat up to 24-48 hours AFTER you’re finished working out, so why undo all your hard work by not eating enough. If you don’t eat enough while working out, your body will metabolize (eat) muscle (your workout) and store fat.
Sorry, I had to post this because I’ve seen SO MANY posts specifically about this today. I could write a damn dissertation, but that would be annoying.
^^^^This this this.
Thank youuuu. I also would like to stress that people are always thinking “oh no calories” like they’re a big bad monster. A calorie is a unit of energy. Two units of heat energy to be exact. You need energy to do anything extra, not to mention your body needs energy just to do what it already is doing.
I’m teaming up with the National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA) for National Eating Disorder Awareness Week.
Part of the week long awareness campaign is sharing stats and information to remove some of the myths and stigma that surround eating disorders. Everybody knows somebody who suffers: at least one in ten of us are living with or have suffered from an eating disorder.
All sizes. ALL shapes. Male, female. All races. All ages. All of us.
The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) is the leading non-profit organization in the United States advocating on behalf of and supporting individuals and families affected by eating disorders. Reaching millions every year, we campaign for prevention, improved access to quality treatment, and increased research funding to better understand and treat eating disorders. We work with partners and volunteers to develop programs and tools to help everyone who seeks assistance.
Not sure if you MAY suffer from an eating disorder? Take a screening here OR call the toll free, confidential Helpline, Monday-Friday, 9:00 am- 5:00 pm, Eastern Standard Time: 1-800-931-2237
NATIONAL EATING DISORDER AWARENESS WEEK
This year’s NEDAwareness Week theme is “Everybody Knows Somebody” because awareness of eating disorders is certainly spreading. Last year, NEDAwareness Week registrants spanned all 50 states and 30 other countries. We hope to have another record-breaking year in 2013, and have everyone commit to doing just one thing!
The aim of NEDAwareness Week is to ultimately prevent eating disorders and body image issues while reducing the stigma surrounding eating disorders and improving access to treatment. Eating disorders are serious, life-threatening illnesses - not choices - and it’s important to recognize the pressures, attitudes and behaviors that shape the disorder.
What is NEDAwareness Week?
NEDAwareness Week is a collective effort of primary volunteers, including eating disorder professionals, health care providers, students, educators, social workers, and individuals committed to raising awareness of the dangers surrounding eating disorders and the need for early intervention and treatment.
How NEDAwareness Week Works
NEDA asks everyone to do just one thing to help raise awareness and provide accurate information about eating disorders. NEDAwareness Week participants can choose from a huge range of ways to get involved: Distribute info pamphlets and put up posters, write one letter for Media Watchdogs, register as a Volunteer Speaker or host a Volunteer Speaker, post information on Facebook or arrange interactive and educational activities such as a meditation and yoga event, panel discussions, fashion shows, movie screenings, art exhibits and more. As an official NEDAwareness Week participant you can be involved in any way that works with your schedule, resources, community, and interests.These events and activities are vital to attracting public media attention - on local, national and international levels.
i like fitocracy because it’s all about the working out, none of the calorie counting shit.
i weighed myself last night before i went to bed
and then again this morning
there was a 6 pound difference
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