27. Gemini. Dork. 5'2"HW: 242.2*Pregnancy*Pre-pregnancy weight: ~2282 weeks postpartum: ~230GW1: 200 Looking to be as healthful as I can to be there for my little man

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Pure cardio 1
2 rounds
60 step ups*x
20 squat thrusters
50 squat box*x
20 plank jacks
30 skaters x
20 knee hikes
60 LI jacks x
20 plank walkouts

It got up to 108 today. My room was warm. I sweat billets and hair dye.
I’m now shaking like a leaf.
Arm day tomorrow.
That is all.

theebuffbaker:

hashtag-gymlife:

theebuffbaker:

baysidebound:

terror4o4:




I don’t even know what this machine is for…?

Works the booty. JAE THIS IS WHAT I WAS DOING TODAY. DID I DO IT RIGHT????  SELFIE BOOTY ARCH?? 

I really hope you were doing this.

Oh god I can’t stop laughing

theebuffbaker:

hashtag-gymlife:

theebuffbaker:

baysidebound:

terror4o4:

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I don’t even know what this machine is for…?

Works the booty.

JAE THIS IS WHAT I WAS DOING TODAY. DID I DO IT RIGHT???? SELFIE BOOTY ARCH??

I really hope you were doing this.

Oh god I can’t stop laughing

(Source: happolakitomwx)

Current playlist. Yep. Glee is on there. I just pick a song and go from there. It’s 49 songs long. Def not getting through the whole thing. Sometimes I want to hear very specific songs , but I don’t think I’ve ever stopped exercising to skip a song….

Leg day 2
2 rounds
60 step ups*
20 squat with side lift*
60 LI jacks
20 dragon side lunge combo*
50 squat box*
20 chair squat with front raise*
30 skaters
20 stand ups with overhead press
*weighted

I beat my time again! Another 2 minutes. 
This time I opted to not try weights with the stand ups. Hoping I can work up to light weights in the future. I was really feeling the 2 different squats in my abs today. 0.o
Cardio again tomorrow. Eek. Can I shave off another minute?

Leg day 2
2 rounds
60 step ups*
20 squat with side lift*
60 LI jacks
20 dragon side lunge combo*
50 squat box*
20 chair squat with front raise*
30 skaters
20 stand ups with overhead press
*weighted

I beat my time again! Another 2 minutes.
This time I opted to not try weights with the stand ups. Hoping I can work up to light weights in the future. I was really feeling the 2 different squats in my abs today. 0.o
Cardio again tomorrow. Eek. Can I shave off another minute?

Pure cardio 1
2 rounds
60 step ups* x
20 squat thrusters
50 squat box* x
20 plank jacks 
30 skaters x
20 knee hikes
60 LI jacks x
20 plank walk outs 
*weighted x- 3 burpees

Killer workout. Hoping to do this twice a week. I’m thinking on doing this twice a week and just do one leg one arm day. 
And look it guys, I improved my time from last week by two minutes. 
And I cut up a tee for myself and hot damn was I feeling good about myself in it. I love feeling cute and I love new workout clothes!!!!!

Pure cardio 1
2 rounds
60 step ups* x
20 squat thrusters
50 squat box* x
20 plank jacks
30 skaters x
20 knee hikes
60 LI jacks x
20 plank walk outs
*weighted x- 3 burpees

Killer workout. Hoping to do this twice a week. I’m thinking on doing this twice a week and just do one leg one arm day.
And look it guys, I improved my time from last week by two minutes.
And I cut up a tee for myself and hot damn was I feeling good about myself in it. I love feeling cute and I love new workout clothes!!!!!

mynameisjessamyn:

A few weeks ago, I stepped on a scale for the first time in ages. I was pretty shocked to see the scale read ~185 lb. Y’all, I haven’t weighed under 200 pounds since I was a teenager. Maybe even younger. It also means that since I began practicing yoga on a regular basis I’ve managed to drop at least 40 pounds. Honestly, I probably wouldn’t mention it here, but I receive so many questions and vaguely irritating assumptions about my dietary habits and my beliefs about healthy living that I feel compelled to quell some of my thirstier inquisitors.
Here’s what I think- caring for your body is a multifaceted issue. I try to avoid consuming food that I know will do my body harm, but I definitely still eat bacon and cheese fries at 2am. I try to get enough sleep, but I have two jobs and I’m in my late twenties - late nights and early mornings are kind of the norm around here. I drink water constantly, but who doesn’t like to sip a cheerwine float from time to time? However, every time I’ve attempted to completely shift my lifestyle (take my numerous attempts at #weightwatchers as an example) I’ve never seen the weight loss results that have bloomed by simply accepting my vices and my body for what they are. Yes, I lead a very active lifestyle (I mean, I punctuate 90-minute yoga sessions by spending my evenings sprinting through a James Beard Award Nominated restaurant) but I take cream in my coffee and I’m a macaroni and cheese aficionado. I’m a big believer in balance- balance does not mean guilt tripping yourself because you ate half a pizza after a grueling workout. Honestly (and I really hope you guys hear me right now), who cares? Is it a character flaw to find pleasure in things that aren’t universally accepted as ‘clean, perfect, nutritious, healthy’? I think caring for your body involves a certain amount of body and soul agreement that can’t exist when you’re living in constant pursuit of ‘clean, perfect, nutritious, healthy’. Like all of you, I’m just in pursuit of feeling GOOD- and the true definition of feeling good is entirely up to you.#aimtrue #natarajasana #dancerpose #effyourbeautystandards #honormycurves

mynameisjessamyn:

A few weeks ago, I stepped on a scale for the first time in ages. I was pretty shocked to see the scale read ~185 lb. Y’all, I haven’t weighed under 200 pounds since I was a teenager. Maybe even younger. It also means that since I began practicing yoga on a regular basis I’ve managed to drop at least 40 pounds. Honestly, I probably wouldn’t mention it here, but I receive so many questions and vaguely irritating assumptions about my dietary habits and my beliefs about healthy living that I feel compelled to quell some of my thirstier inquisitors.

Here’s what I think- caring for your body is a multifaceted issue. I try to avoid consuming food that I know will do my body harm, but I definitely still eat bacon and cheese fries at 2am. I try to get enough sleep, but I have two jobs and I’m in my late twenties - late nights and early mornings are kind of the norm around here. I drink water constantly, but who doesn’t like to sip a cheerwine float from time to time? However, every time I’ve attempted to completely shift my lifestyle (take my numerous attempts at #weightwatchers as an example) I’ve never seen the weight loss results that have bloomed by simply accepting my vices and my body for what they are. Yes, I lead a very active lifestyle (I mean, I punctuate 90-minute yoga sessions by spending my evenings sprinting through a James Beard Award Nominated restaurant) but I take cream in my coffee and I’m a macaroni and cheese aficionado. I’m a big believer in balance- balance does not mean guilt tripping yourself because you ate half a pizza after a grueling workout. Honestly (and I really hope you guys hear me right now), who cares? Is it a character flaw to find pleasure in things that aren’t universally accepted as ‘clean, perfect, nutritious, healthy’? I think caring for your body involves a certain amount of body and soul agreement that can’t exist when you’re living in constant pursuit of ‘clean, perfect, nutritious, healthy’. Like all of you, I’m just in pursuit of feeling GOOD- and the true definition of feeling good is entirely up to you.#aimtrue #natarajasana #dancerpose #effyourbeautystandards #honormycurves

peanutbutterwarrior:

When you’re not used to exercising and then you start doing it consistently you’ll notice that you tend to be hungry more often. EAT! This is your body telling you that you’re working harder and it needs more nutrients to keep it going! This isn’t a challenge of how much self control you have when it comes to food. Listen to your body and EAT!

cheese3d:

i think i can accurately say that i can crush a man’s head with my thighs

Right this minute, there is someone going through chemotherapy shopping at your grocery store, buying popsicles and ice cream to help their sore mouth, and worrying what the cashier is going to think.

There is someone on hemodialysis buying white bread instead of whole wheat, trying to keep their phosphorus levels reasonable between appointments and hoping for the best.

There is a person attending intensive outpatient treatment for their eating disorder who has been challenged by their therapist to buy a Frappuccino.

There are dietitians picking up a dozen different candy bars to eat with their clients, who feel ashamed and guilty about enjoying them.

There is someone who just doesn’t have it in them to cook right now, and this frozen pizza and canned soup will keep them going.

There are people recovering from chronic dieting and semi-starvation who are buying chocolate and chips at their deprived body’s insistence.

All around us are people listening to what their bodies need and attempting to make the best possible choice within a context of overwhelming food pressure. All of their choices are valid, and every single one of these foods is “real.”

Michelle @ http://www.fatnutritionist.com (via onherplate)

yo for real never fucking shame anyone for eating something delicious

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