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lean-mean-girly-machine:

victoriassecretbabes:

For anyone that is interested:

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We all want a nice butt to make our skinny jeans look good. Try out this butt workout to tighten, tone and lift your butt!

20 Squats

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20 Plie Squats

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20 Donkey Kicks per side

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20 Fire…

journeyofvictoria:

Single leg deadlift- tones up the backs of your thighs right below the booty 

journeyofvictoria:

Single leg deadlift- tones up the backs of your thighs right below the booty 

iwillbesexyandiknowit:

apageofmiracles:

fit4twenty:

happeetoloseit:

green-tea-rex:

Myth 1: Eating after 8pm will make you gain weight.

First, your body doesn’t know what time of day it is. Your body has no idea that it takes the Earth 24 hours to spin on its axis. Second, scientific studies have only shown that eating after 8pm doesn’t affect weight gain/loss.

Myth 2: Your net calories need to be at least 1,200.

Certified nutritionists say that adults should consume, at minimum, 1,200 calories whether you exercise or not. Net calories are nothing but an indicator of how much you exercised minus how much you ate. Your body does NOT go into starvation mode from any amount of exercising.

Myth 3: Counting calories is bad.

There is nothing wrong with counting calories. While anyone who is trying to lose weight should be aware of the nutritional content of the food they consume, counting calories, in and of itself, is not unhealthy.

Myth 4: Stretching before a workout prevents injury.

Stretching before a workout actually doesn’t increase your range of motion. In fact, some studies suggest that stretching destabilize muscles, making them less prepared for strenuous exercise, especially if you’re doing something like weight-lifting. Instead, do a warm-up, which gets your blood pumping.

Myth 5: Fresh fruit is better than frozen fruit.

With shipping and storage, fresh fruit can often sit around for as long as two weeks before it hits your supermarket. During that time, it can lose a lot of its nutrients, especially vitamin C. In contrast, frozen fruit is often picked and frozen at the peak of freshness. Just watch out for frozen fruit in syrup which packs a lot of refined sugar and calories.

Myth 6: Sports bras just prevent painful bounce.

While sports bras do prevent that painful bouncing it also prevents your breasts from sagging in the future. Performing high-intensity exercises without proper support can cause your breasts to sag over time.


Amen!

VERY important to remember! 

Can we all please read the exercise part of myth #2
Thanks

And nobody wants saggy boobs

iwillbesexyandiknowit:

apageofmiracles:

fit4twenty:

happeetoloseit:

green-tea-rex:

Myth 1: Eating after 8pm will make you gain weight.

First, your body doesn’t know what time of day it is. Your body has no idea that it takes the Earth 24 hours to spin on its axis. Second, scientific studies have only shown that eating after 8pm doesn’t affect weight gain/loss.

Myth 2: Your net calories need to be at least 1,200.

Certified nutritionists say that adults should consume, at minimum, 1,200 calories whether you exercise or not. Net calories are nothing but an indicator of how much you exercised minus how much you ate. Your body does NOT go into starvation mode from any amount of exercising.

Myth 3: Counting calories is bad.

There is nothing wrong with counting calories. While anyone who is trying to lose weight should be aware of the nutritional content of the food they consume, counting calories, in and of itself, is not unhealthy.

Myth 4: Stretching before a workout prevents injury.

Stretching before a workout actually doesn’t increase your range of motion. In fact, some studies suggest that stretching destabilize muscles, making them less prepared for strenuous exercise, especially if you’re doing something like weight-lifting. Instead, do a warm-up, which gets your blood pumping.

Myth 5: Fresh fruit is better than frozen fruit.

With shipping and storage, fresh fruit can often sit around for as long as two weeks before it hits your supermarket. During that time, it can lose a lot of its nutrients, especially vitamin C. In contrast, frozen fruit is often picked and frozen at the peak of freshness. Just watch out for frozen fruit in syrup which packs a lot of refined sugar and calories.

Myth 6: Sports bras just prevent painful bounce.

While sports bras do prevent that painful bouncing it also prevents your breasts from sagging in the future. Performing high-intensity exercises without proper support can cause your breasts to sag over time.

Amen!

VERY important to remember! 

Can we all please read the exercise part of myth #2

Thanks

And nobody wants saggy boobs

healthymissfit:

foolishjourney:

i can’t even tell you how many times i’ve reblogged this.

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