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Push yourself. Easy is not an option F/22/5'6" Hi! My name is Christine and I'm a pescatarian SD native, currently studying to become a future registered dietician. Here, I will share my continuous journey in becoming fit and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. I've always been on the heavy side and have been constantly trying new ways to lose weight. I lost as much as 30lbs after turning vegetarian 7 yrs ago, but didn't keep up with the weight loss. Recently, I've completed insanity and a hybrid of insanity/p90x and lost 30 more lbs! & let me not forget, RUNNING was a big part of my weightloss as well; which, I've grown to love! So, here I am still working on becoming a better ME HW: 225 SW: 180 GW1: 170 (: GW2: 160 (: GW3/ CW: 155 150, 145, 140, 135.. UGW: 130
aubernutter:

instantxxcrush:

Just do it.

Wow I love you AND THIS YES.

aubernutter:

instantxxcrush:

Just do it.

Wow I love you AND THIS YES.

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iamoceanic:

Butts are an important part of life.

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“To wish you were someone else
is to waste the person you are.”

Kurt Cobain (via bl-ossomed)

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teenshealthandfitness:

Never give up!

thatclimbergirl:

Oh just such great day though.

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healthy-desserts:

fitnesstreats:

Backpack workout
Do-it-anywhere workout using a filled backpack. Perform the following circuit without backpack first, then perform it 3 times with backpack. (Be careful: your body has to adjust to the changes that the backpack makes in your center of gravity. Pay attention to how the weight shifts and how it affects your balance.)

10 exercises, 10 reps each: 

1) Plié squat
2) Alternating forward lunes and twist
3) Hip thrust
4) One leg bridge on the right leg
5) One leg bridge on the left leg
6) Up and down plank
7) Squats
8) Push-ups
9) Lunge & kick on the right leg
10) Lunge & kick on the left leg

No gym, no excuse.

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