Around My Mind in 100 Days

pomegranateandivy:

I am going to print this out, laminate it, and keep it with my gloves and spade.

Never knew

Never knew

fitanne:

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fitanne:

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keepcalmanddrinkwater:

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OK SERIOUSLY IF SOMEONE SHOWED UP TO MY GYM LOOKING LIKR THIS ID SLAP THE BITCH LOL

gmathis67:

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melissa-fit:

yogh-urt:

Wow this is so interesting

I think gifs like these are insanely helpful, I love them

People are so smart.

fitnessgifs4u:

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aarx3:

So. Currently i’m on Lamictal and Klonopin in the day. Zoloft and Seroquel at night. I’ll take another klonopin throughout the day if its needed; which it has been recently. I just hate taking all these different meds just waiting and “hoping” that everything will work itself out and be better. It…

fitabled:

Muscle soreness or discomfort that occurs 24 to 48 hours after exercise is normal, particularly if the exercise involved a high amount of eccentric work (e.g., downhill running, resistance training, landing after jumping) or activities you are unaccustomed to performing. There are, however, occasions when the pain or discomfort can mean that something more serious is going on. If you have any of the following symptoms you shouldn’t exercise until it improves or you are cleared for exercise by a medical professional. 
No pain, no gain No pain, no pain!

fitabled:

Muscle soreness or discomfort that occurs 24 to 48 hours after exercise is normal, particularly if the exercise involved a high amount of eccentric work (e.g., downhill running, resistance training, landing after jumping) or activities you are unaccustomed to performing. There are, however, occasions when the pain or discomfort can mean that something more serious is going on. If you have any of the following symptoms you shouldn’t exercise until it improves or you are cleared for exercise by a medical professional. 

No pain, no gain No pain, no pain!