Great blog.

Keep it up.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=04jwyvaAHE8&list=TLIbI7ZxbkWg5dhcCiOQLmnyd-vv6gEgKq

Great blog.

Keep it up.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=04jwyvaAHE8&list=TLIbI7ZxbkWg5dhcCiOQLmnyd-vv6gEgKq

the first picture is from august 2013 Where I didn’t do much sports and ate junk food,sweets and other bad things,I hated myself so I said to myself:you need to change and you will made it and prove them all wrong!So here I am now almost a year later july 2014(2 and 3 picture) running,home workouts,fitness and the most important thing is healthy eating,I feel much better now,and i’m happy to see my results now, instagram: @rebeka_vindis

the first picture is from august 2013 Where I didn’t do much sports and ate junk food,sweets and other bad things,I hated myself so I said to myself:you need to change and you will made it and prove them all wrong!So here I am now almost a year later july 2014(2 and 3 picture) running,home workouts,fitness and the most important thing is healthy eating,I feel much better now,and i’m happy to see my results now, instagram: @rebeka_vindis

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better-stronger-me:

dragonsbarbelle:

Who wants to go lunge in the rain with me?

Me!

better-stronger-me:

dragonsbarbelle:

Who wants to go lunge in the rain with me?

Me!

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hothappyhealth:

neva-gets-fit:

Chicken, spinach, cashew, feta, and berry salad. Perfection. ❤️

This looks so yummy!

hothappyhealth:

neva-gets-fit:

Chicken, spinach, cashew, feta, and berry salad. Perfection. ❤️

This looks so yummy!

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Really, how bad is eating a piece of cake? Being bad is murdering someone. That’s bad. Don’t do that.
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cannedfitness:

Free workout nutrition plan.

cannedfitness:

Free workout nutrition plan.

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mrsjonie:

10 Steps to Positive Body Image: One list cannot automatically tell you how to turn negative body thoughts into positive body image, but it can introduce you to healthier ways of looking at yourself and your body.  The more you practice these new thought patterns, the better you will feel about who you are and the body you naturally have.

Appreciate all that your body can do.  Every day your body carries you closer to your dreams.  Celebrate all of the amazing things your body does for you—running, dancing, breathing, laughing, dreaming, etc.
Keep a top-ten list of things you like about yourself—things that aren’t related to how much you weigh or what you look like.  Read your list often.  Add to it as you become aware of more things to like about yourself.
Remind yourself that “true beauty” is not simply skin deep.  When you feel good about yourself and who you are, you carry yourself with a sense of confidence, self-acceptance, and openness that makes you beautiful regardless of whether you physically look like a supermodel.  Beauty is a state of mind, not a state of your body.
Look at yourself as a whole person. When you see yourself in a mirror or in your mind, choose not to focus on specific body parts.  See yourself as you want others to see you–as a whole person.
Surround yourself with positive people. It is easier to feel good about yourself and your body when you are around others who are supportive and who recognize the importance of liking yourself just as you naturally are.
Shut down those voices in your head that tell you your body is not “right” or that you are a “bad” person.  You can overpower those negative thoughts with positive ones.  The next time you start to tear yourself down, build yourself back up with a few quick affirmations that work for you. 
Wear clothes that are comfortable and that make you feel good about your body.  Work with your body, not against it.
Become a critical viewer of social and media messages. Pay attention to images, slogans, or attitudes that make you feel bad about yourself or your body.  Protest these messages:  write a letter to the advertiser or talk back to the image or message
Do something nice for yourself—something that lets your body know you appreciate it.  Take a bubble bath, make time for a nap, find a peaceful place outside to relax.
Use the time and energy that you might have spent worrying about food, calories, and your weight to do something to help others.  Sometimes reaching out to other people can help you feel better about yourself and can make a positive change in our world.

mrsjonie:

10 Steps to Positive Body Image: One list cannot automatically tell you how to turn negative body thoughts into positive body image, but it can introduce you to healthier ways of looking at yourself and your body.  The more you practice these new thought patterns, the better you will feel about who you are and the body you naturally have.

  1. Appreciate all that your body can do.  Every day your body carries you closer to your dreams.  Celebrate all of the amazing things your body does for you—running, dancing, breathing, laughing, dreaming, etc.
  2. Keep a top-ten list of things you like about yourself—things that aren’t related to how much you weigh or what you look like.  Read your list often.  Add to it as you become aware of more things to like about yourself.
  3. Remind yourself that “true beauty” is not simply skin deep.  When you feel good about yourself and who you are, you carry yourself with a sense of confidence, self-acceptance, and openness that makes you beautiful regardless of whether you physically look like a supermodel.  Beauty is a state of mind, not a state of your body.
  4. Look at yourself as a whole person. When you see yourself in a mirror or in your mind, choose not to focus on specific body parts.  See yourself as you want others to see you–as a whole person.
  5. Surround yourself with positive people. It is easier to feel good about yourself and your body when you are around others who are supportive and who recognize the importance of liking yourself just as you naturally are.
  6. Shut down those voices in your head that tell you your body is not “right” or that you are a “bad” person.  You can overpower those negative thoughts with positive ones.  The next time you start to tear yourself down, build yourself back up with a few quick affirmations that work for you. 
  7. Wear clothes that are comfortable and that make you feel good about your body.  Work with your body, not against it.
  8. Become a critical viewer of social and media messages. Pay attention to images, slogans, or attitudes that make you feel bad about yourself or your body.  Protest these messages:  write a letter to the advertiser or talk back to the image or message
  9. Do something nice for yourself—something that lets your body know you appreciate it.  Take a bubble bath, make time for a nap, find a peaceful place outside to relax.
  10. Use the time and energy that you might have spent worrying about food, calories, and your weight to do something to help others.  Sometimes reaching out to other people can help you feel better about yourself and can make a positive change in our world.

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purrpleivygetsfit:

Ok this is impressive!!!

purrpleivygetsfit:

Ok this is impressive!!!

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Hello I really like your blog I was wondering since you like to motivate people you can help me out. I am a 19 year old college kid who use to be fat and struggled with high blood pressure and high cholesterol trying to show my own transformation and that it is not impossible to be fit i have my own video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_JcR-5iGqM check it out if you like it maybe you can post it

Hello I really like your blog I was wondering since you like to motivate people you can help me out. I am a 19 year old college kid who use to be fat and struggled with high blood pressure and high cholesterol trying to show my own transformation and that it is not impossible to be fit i have my own video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_JcR-5iGqM check it out if you like it maybe you can post it

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Payton Curley

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Payton Curley

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