dontstoptriing:

Homemade raspberry mint tea makes summer classes slightly more tolerable.

i need more of this in my life

dontstoptriing:

Homemade raspberry mint tea makes summer classes slightly more tolerable.

i need more of this in my life




clifbarsandpeanutbutter:

The hardest part of the run isn’t the last few miles, it’s when the alarm goes off and you have to remember why you set that alarm and why you want this. Get up. Shoes on. Run.

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spetaculum:


Now I’m floating like a butterfly
Stinging like a bee, I earned my stripes
I went from zero, to my own hero…

spetaculum:

Now I’m floating like a butterfly
Stinging like a bee, I earned my stripes
I went from zero, to my own hero…


traininspirechange:

My feeling exactly about registering for races… especially Ironman!

Preparing myself for the frenzy this summer that will be the 37.2 second window I’ll have to register for Vineman 70.3

traininspirechange:

My feeling exactly about registering for races… especially Ironman!

Preparing myself for the frenzy this summer that will be the 37.2 second window I’ll have to register for Vineman 70.3


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be-a-triathlete:

I love this one

be-a-triathlete:

I love this one

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nikesandbows:

eatcleanmakechanges:

learn something new everyday.

I would need someone’s help for high arches please

nikesandbows:

eatcleanmakechanges:

learn something new everyday.

I would need someone’s help for high arches please

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healthyshrrrr1mp:

pleatedjeans:

via

this is what happens when you wait too long between runs

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anadhelp:

95% of all dieters will regain their lost weight within 5 years. 35% of “normal dieters” progress to pathological dieting. Of those, 20-25% progress to partial or full-syndrome eating disorders.
Dieting places emphasis on quick weight loss, instead of emphasizing life-long health, wellness, and happiness. If any of the diet industry’s products worked, they wouldn’t be making billions of dollars a year from telling you you’re not good enough.
Re-learn how to eat intuitively and stop classifying foods as “good” or “bad.” You need food to survive! Stop dieting and start enjoying food again, rather than feeling guilty about it.

anadhelp:

95% of all dieters will regain their lost weight within 5 years. 35% of “normal dieters” progress to pathological dieting. Of those, 20-25% progress to partial or full-syndrome eating disorders.

Dieting places emphasis on quick weight loss, instead of emphasizing life-long health, wellness, and happiness. If any of the diet industry’s products worked, they wouldn’t be making billions of dollars a year from telling you you’re not good enough.

Re-learn how to eat intuitively and stop classifying foods as “good” or “bad.” You need food to survive! Stop dieting and start enjoying food again, rather than feeling guilty about it.

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