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"Long-term consistency trumps short-term intensity."

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kamikatlifts:

I have to start getting comfortable with the number on the scale going up

with muscle gain comes weight gain

with muscle gain comes weight gain

with muscle gain comes weight gain

maybe if I say it enough times it will finally get through to me. 

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readytolift:

sunalwaysshining:

Quad separation is everything

YOUR HOUSE IS SO PRETTY I WANNA COME OVER

readytolift:

sunalwaysshining:

Quad separation is everything

YOUR HOUSE IS SO PRETTY I WANNA COME OVER

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fitnessluvr:

fit-gymnast:

on-my-own-journey:

What

I’m dying😂😂😂

lookin good ;)

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I am fairly certain that if I ever get my body fat percentage down to 15-20% I will look like this.

I am fairly certain that if I ever get my body fat percentage down to 15-20% I will look like this.

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yogamimi:

HAND MUDRAS:
Those familiar with reflexology know that by stimulating certain pressure points in your hands and feet, it is possible to revitalize and balance energy in different parts of your body; including your organs and glands.

For instance, pressing a specific part of your thumb can relieve a headache. Massaging areas of your pinky finger can relax your neck and shoulders.

Hand mudras work in a very similar fashion. The word “mudra” translates to seal orgesture. A hand mudra is both a symbolic and therapeutic gesture mainly performed with the fingers. By positioning our fingers in various postures, we can influence how energy is channeled inside of us.

Think of it as opening an electrical circuit inside your body. Touching two fingers together can direct the flow of internal energy to where it’s needed and create healthy benefits and a mind/body balance.

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thesithwhey:

fit-girl-nation:

So you know what your working!

thumbs up

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grace—jealousy—wisdom:

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hungryghoast:

Kacy Catanzaro: the first woman in history to qualify for Mt. Midoriyama.

I was telling some of my students last night (especially the ones somehow even smaller than I am, including two very badass ladies) to look this performance up cuz it is legit inspiring.

There were like FOUR places where her height required her to JUMP when taller competitors could REACH. So cool.

I just watched this last night, and she is incredible. 5’ tall, 100# flat and she beasts through the course even making it up the ramp in one run. She’s positively epic. Makes me want to look into freerunning clubs around here.

This is mad! The only thing I’d definitely screw up is the shifting the pole pull-up looking bit.

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