24 7 / 2014

(Source: evgenegve, via slim-and-svelte)

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23 7 / 2014

one-lb-at-a-time:

all I want is for someone to feed me peanut butter and buy me 428901 sports bras

23 7 / 2014

Scale had decided not to want to work on Monday, when I usually weigh in

BUT it worked on Tuesday! And I weighed in down 1.4 pounds, even with the pms bloat/weight that’s there! Bonus!

23 7 / 2014

isthisfitness:

Re-Blog ;)

isthisfitness:

Re-Blog ;)

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23 7 / 2014

sweatmorebleedless:

becoming—batman:

halfguardaroundtheworld:

I maaay have made some progress in the last year

leveling up like a boss

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23 7 / 2014

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23 7 / 2014

(Source: fat2skinnyfast)

23 7 / 2014

slender-wishes:

Steps to getting over a plateau:
Keep the faith. You may feel stuck, but you’re probably still losing weight—just not enough to register on the scale. (Hey—Even dropping a third of a pound per week means that in a year, you’ll be down a whole 17 pounds.)
Avoid fuzzy math. It’s common to overestimate calories burned and underestimate calories eaten. Look for places where calories may hide—dressings, spreads, sauces, croutons, and condiments. Keep a detailed food diary.
Put up some resistance. Increasing physical activity is particularly useful for moving beyond a plateau, because exercise both uses calories and builds muscle. 
Trick Your Metabolism. Many fitness gurus claim that surprising your body with a change in diet, workout or both can shift you out of a weight loss rut. Change up your routine. If you are doing the same exercises over and over again, your body “knows” what to expect. 
Reboot and recharge. If your motivation is non-existent, write down all the reasons you originally wanted, and still want, to lose weight. Look at the list every day. Let friends and family know what you’re up to, and ask for their support.  Make a Vision Board with photos and words visualizing your successful body transformation.

slender-wishes:

Steps to getting over a plateau:

  • Keep the faith. You may feel stuck, but you’re probably still losing weight—just not enough to register on the scale. (Hey—Even dropping a third of a pound per week means that in a year, you’ll be down a whole 17 pounds.)
  • Avoid fuzzy math. It’s common to overestimate calories burned and underestimate calories eaten. Look for places where calories may hide—dressings, spreads, sauces, croutons, and condiments. Keep a detailed food diary.
  • Put up some resistance. Increasing physical activity is particularly useful for moving beyond a plateau, because exercise both uses calories and builds muscle. 
  • Trick Your Metabolism. Many fitness gurus claim that surprising your body with a change in diet, workout or both can shift you out of a weight loss rut. Change up your routine. If you are doing the same exercises over and over again, your body “knows” what to expect. 
  • Reboot and recharge. If your motivation is non-existent, write down all the reasons you originally wanted, and still want, to lose weight. Look at the list every day. Let friends and family know what you’re up to, and ask for their support.  Make a Vision Board with photos and words visualizing your successful body transformation.

(via workoutlivelove)