tinyoyster:

at home leg workout: do each move for 20 seconds, followed by a 10 second rest. There is one move missing though, which is 180 degree squats (optional): four squats, do a 180 degree jump, then do 4 squats again. If you are advanced, you can do 20 seconds on, 10 seconds off EIGHT times for each move, which gets pretty intense. 

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tinyoyster:

Do about 20 reps for each move, complete as many sets as you want, as long as you’re keeping proper form! Also, use a pair of paper plates, if you’re on carpet, or rags if you’re on a wood or linoleum floor.

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not too confident about putting this up here. I think it has definitely come time for a progress picture—this is moi. I’m 5’6, in the before I was at around 170, roughly, and now I’m at around 158-160, since I’ve given up weighing myself because the scale and I have a hostile relationship. This is now how I’m tracking my progress :)

My boobies were all juicy before can’t ya see?! And now they’re all itty bitty, I chose to cover them :/

mireya123:

Everyday

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it’s not how you start, it’s how you finish.

tinyoyster:

A re-post from Nike Women and Positivitees; Believe it, Achieve it, and Become it. You are your biggest motivator, don’t stop.

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i love the fact that I don’t count calories.

2 weeks ago, I would’ve said the exact opposite, and two weeks ago…I gained a pound. I was obsessed with the number, and if my intake wasn’t as low as I wanted it to be it would ruin my entire day. That’s not the case now. I stopped counting calories, yes! And, guess what? I actually ended up losing 2.5 pounds that week I started. Of course, I changed my work-out regimen, as I started Insanity, but still, I’m not obsessing over this number any more, I feel free. At this point, I know what’s healthy for me, and I know what’s bad for me, I know around how much food I’m supposed to eat in a day. And if I get hungry, I’m not going to sit there and try my hardest to ignore it, which usually leads to a binge. But, instead, if I get hungry, I’ll eat, always healthy though! I know that if you want to lose weight, it’s almost necessary that you need to count your calories, but it’s really really not necessary. You should try it.