Install Theme

Posting so I don’t lose

(Source: fitnesstreats, via eat-well-and-go-to-the-gym)

lets-do-thisss:

No longer the weak one of the family :):)

(via fit-and-furious)

veganhealthandfitness:

I wouldn’t be where I am if I didn’t choose every single day to love myself. I couldn’t have gotten as far as I have without choosing to love my body no matter what it looks like, no matter what it feels like, how bloated my tummy is, how flat I think my booty is, etc. I could look at these images or look in the mirror and find countless flaws, but I’ll love every single one of them. I’m still learning how to treat my body right, I still struggle some days, but choosing self love completely changed my life. 

I’m proud of my progress and how far I’ve come physically & mentally. I refuse to be anything but happy.

(my mirror is dirty oops)

donut-give-a-fuck-about-abs:

I guess I have made some gains over the last year.

(via liftingpotato)

leahpwest:

I woke up like this.


- Husband wanted to show me what he saw.
— Yes I’m laying on a bare mattress.
—- Yes that’s a bruise from touch and go snatches.
—— Abs.

(via i-want-abs-not-flabs)

foreverfitness-love:

2 hour leg day and my buns are toasttttttt. 🍞 stretching and rollllling hoping I’m not TOO sore later. 😋 Happy Thursday!

lift-like-a-girl:

This is my body. I have hips, big thighs, and a butt. I have stretch marks and cellulite. I used to hate the way my body looked. No matter how much weight I lost or how skinny I was. I was never happy with myself. I went through periods of eating dangerously low amounts of calories a day, to struggling with a binge eating disorder. Lifting is what has finally made me start becoming happy with myself and my body. I love the way I feel. I love challenging my body every day. I love watching myself get stronger. I am finally coming to a place where I love myself.

(via futurefitself)

cynicallifter:

Wow.
Left: didn’t even realize I had an eating disorder, even when I was consuming under 600 calories a day, and running every single day.

Right: I’m treating my body the way it deserves to be treated.

(via liftingpotato)

theresajennhealthandfitness:

Put the work in and you will see the results. Sometimes it can be hard to see your progress when you are looking every day but photos usually don’t lie. But I know for a fact that the scale does! Don’t be fooled by that little jerk.

I’m working on becoming a better athlete. Let’s see what can happen over the next 6 weeks. Let’s do this!

#BecomeFearless #SurfYourFear

(via futurefitself)

yogibeerfitblr:

It takes time, start now and the results will show sooner than starting later

(Source: yogibeerfitness, via lord--swoledemort)

dopamine-and-dumbbells:

fitness-fits-me:

spiralsbodyshoppe:

Hmmff…

😍😍😍

That shirt are you kidding me

(via fitness-is-coming)

justdoitdaily-fitblr:

annes-fitblr:

randy-gets-swole:

noodlelifts:

hotmessfit-pixi:

weightupimslow:

thefitally:

also from today. feeling puffy

You my dear are looking soo fine.

you look amazing!

YOOOOO

Too.Much.Sexiness.

great work! Keep it up ally

omg

(via lord--swoledemort)

jenifersbody:

6 months progress. Feb 2014 ——————-> August 2014. In honor of completing my first ever contest prep, my upcoming 2 year bodybuilding anniversary, and transformation Tuesday, I would like to share what a little hard work, focus, and commitment to your goals can achieve. At the beginning of the year, I made a promise to myself that I would compete at WBFF World’s in Las Vegas. It had always been a dream of mine to compete since I first started bodybuilding in September 2012. Before I knew it, my dream began to flourish. I was introduced through mutual friends to my coach and had never felt more sure of embarking on this journey leading up to the stage. I have never felt stronger as a person, not only physically, but spiritually and mentally. This sport is about improving yourself. You cannot transform the outside without transforming the inside first. Your body will not go where your mind doesn’t push it and I’ve pushed myself so far past my own limits that I no longer have the same fears I once had. I’ve conquered them and I met my personal goal of competing with the WBFF where I placed 6th in the World among some of the best competitors, and even competed in two NPC championships where I placed in the top ten at both. For me, it was never about winning. I win every single morning that I wake up feeling stronger than the day before and by standing up taller for each and every time I’ve fallen down. Having true faith in yourself, fighting battles that no one else knows about, and overcoming every obstacle with a smile on your face. That is strength.