704 notes - reblogged from heyfranhey 1 year ago

heyfranhey:

November! Day 1! Week 1! Let’s GO!
Reblog so we can get everyone motivated <3

heyfranhey:

November! Day 1! Week 1! Let’s GO!

Reblog so we can get everyone motivated <3

1,339 notes - reblogged from heyfranhey 1 year ago

i need to get more motivated if i EVER want to reach my goal.

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mynameis-mia:

Inspiration?

mynameis-mia:

Inspiration?

(Source: on-the-backburner)

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cheer-swagg:

BREAST CANCER AWARENESS BOW GIVEAWAY
Since October is breast cancer awareness month, I’ll be making a bow in either pink or white, with the breast cancer symbol on it. 
I’m making cancer awareness bows for my team, so I will make an extra for a giveaway!
PLEASE SUPPORT!
Rules:
MUST be following me, click here if you’re not
MUST live in U.S.A (sorry!)
NO likes
Has to get at least 150 notes
That’s all. 
I’ll be choosing the winner by random on October 21st at 6pm set

cheer-swagg:

BREAST CANCER AWARENESS BOW GIVEAWAY

Since October is breast cancer awareness month, I’ll be making a bow in either pink or white, with the breast cancer symbol on it. 

I’m making cancer awareness bows for my team, so I will make an extra for a giveaway!

PLEASE SUPPORT!

Rules:

That’s all. 

I’ll be choosing the winner by random on October 21st at 6pm set

(Source: kairosaee)

1,563 notes - reblogged from imacheerleader 1 year ago

befit-nobullshit:

Apple pie wrap
Is there anything that screams autumn better than Apple pie? I think not. And thus I decided to do a simple, healthy and low cal alternative, for those of us who are trying to loose weight.
Ingredients 
5 tortilha (whole wheat if possible) [50 kcals]
400g of apple (3/4 depending on size) [200 kcals]
2 tbsp sugar (or other sweetener) [120 kcals]
1 tbsp cinnamon [20 kcals]
1 1/2 cup of water
How-to
Makes 5 servings
First, peel the apples and slice them into small pieces, around the size of an almond.
Put the sliced apples, sugar and cinnamon in a pan. Add 1 1/2 cup of water.
Let them boil, while stirring, until they become a transparent-y color. Then give them a smash with a fork. If you prefer, you can leave the pieces whole, I just like it less chunky.
Let the apple spread cool.
Or not.
Take the tortilla and give it a zap in the microwave, then spread the apple jam on top, wrapping it up.
If you’d like, you can give it a toast in a dry pan or in the oven. I was too hungry to wait :P
Each wrap is around 120 kcals
P.s photo not mine. I ate my wrap as soon as it was ready, so…

befit-nobullshit:

Apple pie wrap

Is there anything that screams autumn better than Apple pie? I think not. And thus I decided to do a simple, healthy and low cal alternative, for those of us who are trying to loose weight.

Ingredients 

5 tortilha (whole wheat if possible) [50 kcals]

400g of apple (3/4 depending on size) [200 kcals]

2 tbsp sugar (or other sweetener) [120 kcals]

1 tbsp cinnamon [20 kcals]

1 1/2 cup of water

How-to

Makes 5 servings

First, peel the apples and slice them into small pieces, around the size of an almond.

Put the sliced apples, sugar and cinnamon in a pan. Add 1 1/2 cup of water.

Let them boil, while stirring, until they become a transparent-y color. Then give them a smash with a fork. If you prefer, you can leave the pieces whole, I just like it less chunky.

Let the apple spread cool.

Or not.

Take the tortilla and give it a zap in the microwave, then spread the apple jam on top, wrapping it up.

If you’d like, you can give it a toast in a dry pan or in the oven. I was too hungry to wait :P

Each wrap is around 120 kcals

P.s photo not mine. I ate my wrap as soon as it was ready, so…

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fattytohotty:

overcoming-obstacles:

leanmeanworkoutmachine:

How to Maximize Those Butt-Toning Squats! 
If strong, sculpted legs are what you’re after, you’ve got to become one with the squat. The basic exercise targets glutes, hamstrings, quads, and core, so incorporating it into your strength-training workouts is definitely worth your while. Here are some ways to get more bang for your butt — er, I mean buck — when doing squats:
Focus on your heels: When doing a squat, make sure to shift your weight back onto your heels and lower the body as if you’re about to sit in a chair. This proper form helps to put even more focus on the glutes and hamstrings and takes pressure off the knees. It also offers a stable surface that enables you to get low to the ground, which is what makes the move so effective.
Try variations: Target lower body muscles differently by changing the position of your feet. Squat with your big toes together, feet out wide, and try one heel or both heels lifted, or even one leg lifted (to get legs like Cameron Diaz). Step on a Bosu ball and squat on a wobbly surface to work your core, and try twisting variations for even more of a challenge. Check out this list of different squat variations.
Multitask with weights: Squats focus on the legs and butt, but you can make it a total-body move by working your upper body at the same time. Grab a set of dumbbells or a resistance band and while squatting, do front raises, biceps curls, overhead presses, lateral arm raises, and overhead triceps extensions.
Take your squats for a walk: While squatting, take steps forward or backward as if you’re walking, or take steps out to the side. Make it even harder by tying a resistance band around your ankles for even more of a burn. Learn how to do squat walks with a resistance band here.
Add a jump: Work your heart and leg muscles by adding a jump between reps. Get into your squat position. Bend the knees and lower down and, as you’re coming up, press off the balls of your feet into an exploding jump, then land in squat position and repeat. This is also a great move for challenging your core and balancing abilities.
Hold it: Traditionally you move the torso up and down as you do your squats, but if you lower down and hold the position for 15 or more seconds, you’ll really feel the burn. While lowered, you can also pulse up and down ever so slightly for 15 seconds before coming all the way up.

Hands down this is my favorite exercise

I heard it was good to focus on your toes. Like a plie’

fattytohotty:

overcoming-obstacles:

leanmeanworkoutmachine:

How to Maximize Those Butt-Toning Squats

If strong, sculpted legs are what you’re after, you’ve got to become one with the squat. The basic exercise targets glutes, hamstrings, quads, and core, so incorporating it into your strength-training workouts is definitely worth your while. Here are some ways to get more bang for your butt — er, I mean buck — when doing squats:

Focus on your heels: When doing a squat, make sure to shift your weight back onto your heels and lower the body as if you’re about to sit in a chair. This proper form helps to put even more focus on the glutes and hamstrings and takes pressure off the knees. It also offers a stable surface that enables you to get low to the ground, which is what makes the move so effective.

Try variations: Target lower body muscles differently by changing the position of your feet. Squat with your big toes together, feet out wide, and try one heel or both heels lifted, or even one leg lifted (to get legs like Cameron Diaz). Step on a Bosu ball and squat on a wobbly surface to work your core, and try twisting variations for even more of a challenge. Check out this list of different squat variations.

Multitask with weights: Squats focus on the legs and butt, but you can make it a total-body move by working your upper body at the same time. Grab a set of dumbbells or a resistance band and while squatting, do front raises, biceps curls, overhead presses, lateral arm raises, and overhead triceps extensions.

Take your squats for a walk: While squatting, take steps forward or backward as if you’re walking, or take steps out to the side. Make it even harder by tying a resistance band around your ankles for even more of a burn. Learn how to do squat walks with a resistance band here.

Add a jump: Work your heart and leg muscles by adding a jump between reps. Get into your squat position. Bend the knees and lower down and, as you’re coming up, press off the balls of your feet into an exploding jump, then land in squat position and repeat. This is also a great move for challenging your core and balancing abilities.

Hold it: Traditionally you move the torso up and down as you do your squats, but if you lower down and hold the position for 15 or more seconds, you’ll really feel the burn. While lowered, you can also pulse up and down ever so slightly for 15 seconds before coming all the way up.

Hands down this is my favorite exercise

I heard it was good to focus on your toes. Like a plie’

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3,800 notes - reblogged from backto15 2 years ago

shrinkingbeauty101:

cardio-greentea-stretching:

reblog if you worked out today!






shrinkingbeauty:
 Weight loss community, CLICK HERE!!!

shrinkingbeauty101:

cardio-greentea-stretching:

reblog if you worked out today!

shrinkingbeauty:

Weight loss community, CLICK HERE!!!

(Source: healthy-is-sexy)

2,403 notes - reblogged from fitandfreshh 2 years ago