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June

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fitness-pro-live:

change doesn’t come

fitness-pro-live:

change doesn’t come

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June

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fitness-pro-live:

just DON’T binge!

fitness-pro-live:

just DON’T binge!

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June

5 notes

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fitness-pro-live:

they are so perfecttt

fitness-pro-live:

they are so perfecttt

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June

3 notes

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fitness-pro-live:

GOAL

fitness-pro-live:

GOAL

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June

23 notes

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fitness-pro-live:

OhMyGod.

fitness-pro-live:

OhMyGod.

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June

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fitness-pro-live:

watch me

fitness-pro-live:

watch me

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June

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till-thin:

http://till-thin.tumblr.com/

till-thin:

http://till-thin.tumblr.com/

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June

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(Source: runokayalright)

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June

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happilymaintaining:

visualization is a powerful thing. there was even a study that when people thought about how they were slimming their thighs and burning fat when they were on the treadmill, they burned more calories and fat overall than people who didn’t!

happilymaintaining:

visualization is a powerful thing. there was even a study that when people thought about how they were slimming their thighs and burning fat when they were on the treadmill, they burned more calories and fat overall than people who didn’t!

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June

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10

June

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tofucubes:

flatabsandthighgaps:

muffintop-less:

While I recognize genetics do play a role in the general shapes of your body, weight lifting can SIGNIFICANTLY improve on those thing you don’t like… such as making a flat or saggy butt a lot larger and perkier.There were some people that got worked up over the butt comparison photo posted a couple minutes ago, so I thought I’d address it ;)

If you lift heavy enough, you WILL build the muscles underneath and CAN build a bigger, rounder, better butt. The thing is, it takes heavy weight, time and a lot of hard work. But a lot of girls don’t want to hear that. Some girls do 100 squats a day in their room with no weight and when they don’t get a butt they chalk it up to genetics. I can completely vouch for the fact that heavy weight lifting CAN transform your body. People just don’t want to hear that for a number of reasons….. mainly because it means A)- they were wrong and B)- it’s gonna take some hard work to get there.I had a SUPER flat butt, a pudgy tummy, NO biceps, TINY calves and thick thighs. I heard countless people tell me that it was all genetics and that I wouldn’t be able to change that. But guess what? With heavy weight training, proper nutrition and a whole lot of patience and hard work, I was able to build up and perk up my butt, get rid of the muffin top and tummy pudge, grow biceps, increase the size and definition of my calves and get my thighs more slender and defined. 
While I recognize there ARE exceptions to every rule (some girls will have a round, perky butt no matter how small they get, and some girls will never have a bubble butt no matter how long they weigh train)… 
it is ignorant to say that it is NOT POSSIBLE for anyone to improve on their physique through hard work! 


PREACH.

That really is an awesome ass.

tofucubes:

flatabsandthighgaps:

muffintop-less:

While I recognize genetics do play a role in the general shapes of your body, weight lifting can SIGNIFICANTLY improve on those thing you don’t like… such as making a flat or saggy butt a lot larger and perkier.
There were some people that got worked up over the butt comparison photo posted a couple minutes ago, so I thought I’d address it ;)

If you lift heavy enough, you WILL build the muscles underneath and CAN build a bigger, rounder, better butt. The thing is, it takes heavy weight, time and a lot of hard work. But a lot of girls don’t want to hear that.
Some girls do 100 squats a day in their room with no weight and when they don’t get a butt they chalk it up to genetics.
I can completely vouch for the fact that heavy weight lifting CAN transform your body. People just don’t want to hear that for a number of reasons….. mainly because it means A)- they were wrong and B)- it’s gonna take some hard work to get there.
I had a SUPER flat butt, a pudgy tummy, NO biceps, TINY calves and thick thighs. I heard countless people tell me that it was all genetics and that I wouldn’t be able to change that. But guess what? With heavy weight training, proper nutrition and a whole lot of patience and hard work, I was able to build up and perk up my butt, get rid of the muffin top and tummy pudge, grow biceps, increase the size and definition of my calves and get my thighs more slender and defined. 

While I recognize there ARE exceptions to every rule (some girls will have a round, perky butt no matter how small they get, and some girls will never have a bubble butt no matter how long they weigh train)…

it is ignorant to say that it is NOT POSSIBLE for anyone to improve on their physique through hard work! 

PREACH.

That really is an awesome ass.

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June

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healthierways:

(via http://weheartit.com/entry/30140689)

healthierways:

(via http://weheartit.com/entry/30140689)

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June

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before-and-after-pictures:

67lbs down, 15 more to go!
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Follow for weight loss before and after pictures everyday! 

before-and-after-pictures:

67lbs down, 15 more to go!

determinediet.tumblr.com

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Follow for weight loss before and after pictures everyday! 


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June

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June

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