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Francesca ~ 16 ~ Junior ~ Track & XC Runner ~ Maintaining a healthy lifestyle. --
70% Diet - 30% Exercise - 100% Mental

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randompinkness:

knitmeapony:

My next million dollar idea: reluctant exercise videos with people who aren’t perky.

"Just five more… I know, I kind of want to die right now too, but let’s just power through it."

"Okay, new yoga pose.  It’s going to ache like a bastard until your hamstrings release, I’m not gonna lie."

"Stretch a little deeper… it’s okay to yell ‘fuck’ at this point, I won’t tell anyone."

I would watch the fuck out of that shit, and maybe even exercise to it too!

We don’t eat calories. We eat food.

— my dietician (via recoverysoundsfun)

To run cross country you must be stubborn. You cannot bring yourself down. You can’t let the miles phase you. You have to wake up and tell yourself to work harder than you did the day before. You have to make the conscious decision that you value accomplishment over comfort. Anyone can be a runner, but it takes a strong willed person who is willing to run the race on pure guts and 100% heart to be a cross country runner.

ladyknucklesinshape:

amanda-breathes:

how to lose 3 inches off your waist— super quick, easy, and healthy

Yep, I went from a 31” waist to a 28” waist overnight.  Literally.  Overnight.  All I did was go to bed. 

We are always comparing our worst to the best of others, and we don’t take the time to appreciate our bodies in less than our perception of ideal states. I love when people post photos comparing their morning tummy to their bloated after dinner tummy because this encourages not being ashamed of our tummies in their constant flux & flow.  It’s easy to look at ourselves after a big meal and think we are “fat”, that food has turned us into a whale and we become scared to eat more food. Fuck that. Appreciate the ability of your intestines and stomach to expand as you fill it with nourishment, as it hugs your food and absorbs its nutrients.  Never go to bed hungry.  Eat past 7.  Eat at 2am. Eat whenever you are hungry, and stop when you are satisfied. Trust the intuitive nature of your body and it will treat you like the goddess you are. light & love xx

I like this. Because people gonna really think she lost something quick too and all she did was let her body do what it needs to do.

I’m here for this.