"If anybody could have saved me, it would have been you."
To avoid panty lines just pose in your undies haha. You'll be wearing less when you compete plus I'm dying to see your hamstrings ^.^ make it happen pleaaassse. Big fan
Body fat is still too high for hamstrings definition but nah won’t be posing in my panties though. Bikini, maybe.
back looks sick, but those panty lines haha.
Thanks:) It was terrible lighting though so can’t really see shit. Yeh I just noticed that haha damn.
"Finding someone worth waking up to is better than finding someone to sleep with."
And that’s the most frustrating thing about depression. It isn’t always something you can fight back against with hope. It isn’t even something — it’s nothing. And you can’t combat nothing. You can’t fill it up. You can’t cover it. It’s just there, pulling the meaning out of everything. That being the case, all the hopeful, proactive solutions start to sound completely insane in contrast to the scope of the problem.
It would be like having a bunch of dead fish, but no one around you will acknowledge that the fish are dead. Instead, they offer to help you look for the fish or try to help you figure out why they disappeared.
This is actually a really good way to explain it, I think.
I WILL NEVER NOT REBLOG THIS
Favorite line will always be “No, see, that solution is for a different problem than the one I have.”
Wow!! I have to show that to my boyfriend!!
(Source: coooode, via bobbayb)
"The moment you feel like you have to prove your worth to someone is the moment to absolutely and utterly walk away."
Hi Clyde, ")) what are your favorite exercises for abdominal muscles..
Pretty much everything hey, like decline reverse crunches, weighted reverse crunches, crunches, weighted crunches, decline weighted Russian twists, flutter kicks, ankle touches. Those are all isolation exercises but with compound movements like squats and deadlifts, they incorporate the abdominal muscles to stabilize the spine.
wow... why would you tell people to physically injure themselves when their bodies are clearly telling them not to push too hard. like they said, that feeling exists for a reason... you're a terrible fitness role model. shame on you.
Hey I didn’t get this body by staying in my comfort zone. I hope you stop looking for excuses for yourself and realize how much you can accomplish with your body if you just push yourself. Take care now x
NO NO NO NO
Exercise should not hurt you. Pain, exhaustion, nausea, light headedness and depression are all signs that something is wrong.
A burning sensation while working out does not inherently mean that you’re working hard (or working out with correct posture, or working out intelligently and effectively). It’s really just muscle fatigue. Your body is producing lactic acid because your muscles aren’t receiving enough oxygen. This is more-or-less a warning sign that you’re reaching your physical limit. If you consistently and repeatedly ignore it and try to push through the burn, simply for the sake of working harder, then you’ll inevitably end up hurting yourself. That feeling exists for a reason: It’s telling you that you should stop soon.
Keep in mind that multiple medical studies have proven that we can build muscle mass without experiencing pain, burning or DOMs. You can remain active and strong without forcing your body through extended periods of pain and exhaustion. You are never obligated to feel sore in the morning or experience pain during an exercise.
If you’re exercising in a responsible and conscientious manner, then you can avoid pain while still having a very productive and worthwhile workout. Always be sure to warm-up properly beforehand and don’t jump straight into a workout. Increase the exercise’s intensity slowly and don’t add significant amounts of weight/speed/resistance without building up to it over time. Once you start to feel pain or a slight burning, reevaluate your exercise and consciously decide whether it is safe/productive for you to continue. If necessary, take a short break and complete the exercise in multiple sets. At the end of your workout, always spend some time cooling down and stretching. All of this can help you exercise safely and pain-free.
But by saying that pain is inherently good? That’s some self-harm shit right there. You’re not encouraging healthy living, you’re literally encouraging people to hurt themselves.
Push past your assumed pain threshold, leave your comfort zone and you will reap the benefits. Imagine if I started feeling the burn and I just dropped the weights and said “Fuck this, I’m not going to tear my muscles apart. I don’t want to grow. I don’t want this workout to be worthwhile. I just want to waste my time here”. I wouldn’t get very far now, would I? Better to do 1 full set to fatigue than 100 little sets to being a little bitch.