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femburton:

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thebluelip-blondie:

Anaconda video got me like

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FUCK YES. GET BIG

 Quads/Hamstrings/Calves:

  • Squats- 2 x 8-12
  • Seated Leg Curls- 2 x 8-12
  • Walking Lunges- 2 x 8-12 (Each Leg)
  • Straight Leg Dumbbell Deadlift- 2 x 8-12
  • Seated Leg Extensions- 2 x 8-12
  • Standing Calf Raises- 3 x 12-15

Give yourself 2 days of rest afterwards! You need time to rebuild and also RECOVERY RECOVERY RECOVERY 

These are usually good and (in CA) 2.29 a pop

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NICKI’S OFFICIAL WORKOUT ROUTINE

futurefitnessguru:

Goal setting can be one of the most effective ways to stay motivated if you do it right. 
First you need to create a long term goal.  Your long term goal could be something like running a 5K race that might be taking place in a couple of months.  Once you create your long term goal, you need to create some short term goals.  Short term goals are like stepping stones along the path to accomplishing your long term goal.  A short term goal might be walking 30 minutes per day, 5 days a week.  From there you might turn some of the walking into running with a 2:1 ratio. 
Steps:
Identify your starting point.  Be honest with yourself.  If you aren’t, it will make your life harder.
Figure out your current fitness level.
Set long-term goals.  Long term goals range from 6 months to a couple of years. 
Set short-term goals.  Short term goals are the things you will be doing every day to help reach your goal.
Write out a plan.  As yourself:
What kind of activity will you do?
Why you want to do it?
When will you do it?
Where will you do it?
Your goals should be S.M.A.R.T.
Specific:
We tend to make very broad goals like getting fit but getting fit is a very broad generalization.  Do you want to lose weight?  Do you want to tone your body? 
Measurable:
You need to be able to measure your progress.  You have to figure out how you will be able to do that.  If your goal is losing weight, will you take measurements every two weeks?  Making your goal measurable means adding a number in some way.
Attainable:
While it is good to shoot for the stars, it might not be very realistic at the time.  Setting a goal that is too easy is also not very motivating.  If you are losing weight, researchers suggest that a 5-10% weight loss is attainable for most overweight individuals. 
Relevant:
You need to set goals that are important to where you are in your life.  For the weight loss example you need to ask yourself if you are concerned about your weight and if you are ready to make the changes necessary to do so.  If the answer is no, you need to choose something else.
Time-bound:
Knowing you have a deadline is a great way to motivate yourself to get started.  You don’t want to set your time frame to long or too short.  Healthy weight loss is about 1-2 pounds per week so you can figure that out from there. 
By Jacqueline 

futurefitnessguru:

Goal setting can be one of the most effective ways to stay motivated if you do it right. 

First you need to create a long term goal.  Your long term goal could be something like running a 5K race that might be taking place in a couple of months.  Once you create your long term goal, you need to create some short term goals.  Short term goals are like stepping stones along the path to accomplishing your long term goal.  A short term goal might be walking 30 minutes per day, 5 days a week.  From there you might turn some of the walking into running with a 2:1 ratio. 

Steps:

  1. Identify your starting point.  Be honest with yourself.  If you aren’t, it will make your life harder.
  2. Figure out your current fitness level.
  3. Set long-term goals.  Long term goals range from 6 months to a couple of years. 
  4. Set short-term goals.  Short term goals are the things you will be doing every day to help reach your goal.
  5. Write out a plan.  As yourself:
  • What kind of activity will you do?
  • Why you want to do it?
  • When will you do it?
  • Where will you do it?

Your goals should be S.M.A.R.T.

Specific:

We tend to make very broad goals like getting fit but getting fit is a very broad generalization.  Do you want to lose weight?  Do you want to tone your body? 

Measurable:

You need to be able to measure your progress.  You have to figure out how you will be able to do that.  If your goal is losing weight, will you take measurements every two weeks?  Making your goal measurable means adding a number in some way.

Attainable:

While it is good to shoot for the stars, it might not be very realistic at the time.  Setting a goal that is too easy is also not very motivating.  If you are losing weight, researchers suggest that a 5-10% weight loss is attainable for most overweight individuals. 

Relevant:

You need to set goals that are important to where you are in your life.  For the weight loss example you need to ask yourself if you are concerned about your weight and if you are ready to make the changes necessary to do so.  If the answer is no, you need to choose something else.

Time-bound:

Knowing you have a deadline is a great way to motivate yourself to get started.  You don’t want to set your time frame to long or too short.  Healthy weight loss is about 1-2 pounds per week so you can figure that out from there. 

By Jacqueline 

redsuelo:

veganismislove:

Vegan Garlic Herb White Pizza

EXCUSE ME
vegan intake 8/13/14

vegan-yogi:

brunch:
- 3 bananas blended with cacao powder & topped with almonds, chia seeds & hemp seeds

snacks:
- almond milk chai
- fruit samples from the farmers’ market

dinner:
- chinese tofu salad
- white rice with soy sauce & pink salt

notanotherhealthyfoodblog:

Blackberry Mango Popsicle Recipe

click here for recipe.

notanotherhealthyfoodblog:

Blackberry Mango Popsicle Recipe

vegan-yums:

Kale, Black Bean and Avocado Burrito Bowl / Recipe

vegan-yums:

Kale, Black Bean and Avocado Burrito Bowl / Recipe

nickgetsfit:

The Science of Weight Loss!!!

If you guys are getting sick of these things, let me know. I just think they’re mad interesting…

Retrieved via: Infographic Journal

fitanne:

fitanne:

»FITNESS AND HEALTH DICTIONARY FOR BEGINNERS «
I bet you’ve stumbled across a word or abbreviation that made no sense at all when reading health articles at least once or twice.
When you want to change your lifestyle into a healthier more active one, seeking out information is often what you start with. Finding out what’s right and wrong is not easy, but it’s impossible if you don’t even know half the words.
I’ve made a little ‘Fitness Dictionary’ so you can learn the lingo!
Continue reading →

Fixed the spelling mistake in the image :)

fitanne:

fitanne:

»FITNESS AND HEALTH DICTIONARY FOR BEGINNERS «

I bet you’ve stumbled across a word or abbreviation that made no sense at all when reading health articles at least once or twice.

When you want to change your lifestyle into a healthier more active one, seeking out information is often what you start with. Finding out what’s right and wrong is not easy, but it’s impossible if you don’t even know half the words.

I’ve made a little ‘Fitness Dictionary’ so you can learn the lingo!

Continue reading →

Fixed the spelling mistake in the image :)

nopainnogain-fitness:

Beginners, intermediate and advance lower ab workouts. I can finally put those lower ab questions to rest, hoorah!