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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Legs day 3
2 rounds 
60 step ups*
20 squat and press*
30 skaters 
20 stand ups with static overhead press
20 4pt punch*
20 back lunge and knee up*
50 squat box*
20 chair squat with front raise*


Ooooouuuuch. My goal this week is 5 days of workouts! Cardio-legs-cardio-arms-cardio
I’m hoping this will be the change up I need, since I wasn’t focusing on cardio as much before. Plus, I’ve been feeling sore, it’s so exciting! Next Monday with be the beginning of the month weigh in and measure. 
We’re going to the county fair on Saturday too, so that will be a bonus for activity.

Legs day 3
2 rounds
60 step ups*
20 squat and press*
30 skaters
20 stand ups with static overhead press
20 4pt punch*
20 back lunge and knee up*
50 squat box*
20 chair squat with front raise*


Ooooouuuuch. My goal this week is 5 days of workouts! Cardio-legs-cardio-arms-cardio
I’m hoping this will be the change up I need, since I wasn’t focusing on cardio as much before. Plus, I’ve been feeling sore, it’s so exciting! Next Monday with be the beginning of the month weigh in and measure.
We’re going to the county fair on Saturday too, so that will be a bonus for activity.

Pure Cardio 2
2 rounds
60 step ups*x
20 4 pt punch*
30 skaters x
20 plank walkouts
50 squat box*x
20 plank jacks
30 jumping jacks x
20 crab toe touches
*weighted x-4 burpees 


I do not remember jumping jacks being that hard. As you can see, definitely challenging workout again. It has not improved my mood. I’ve been grumpy this afternoon. I’m shaking like a leaf. Tomorrow is the official week weigh in. I’m hoping now that I’m off my period I’ll see a drop again. I’ve been working hard in the last few weeks and I really wouldn’t mind seeing some results. I keep wondering if I should’ve stuck to the high carb diet I was on in the desert. I dropped weight out there without regular exercise. I haven’t gained it back.  My measurements are so so right now, but I need to remeasure since I measured on Friday on my period. 


Hope y’all had a good day.

Pure Cardio 2
2 rounds
60 step ups*x
20 4 pt punch*
30 skaters x
20 plank walkouts
50 squat box*x
20 plank jacks
30 jumping jacks x
20 crab toe touches *weighted x-4 burpees


I do not remember jumping jacks being that hard. As you can see, definitely challenging workout again. It has not improved my mood. I’ve been grumpy this afternoon. I’m shaking like a leaf. Tomorrow is the official week weigh in. I’m hoping now that I’m off my period I’ll see a drop again. I’ve been working hard in the last few weeks and I really wouldn’t mind seeing some results. I keep wondering if I should’ve stuck to the high carb diet I was on in the desert. I dropped weight out there without regular exercise. I haven’t gained it back. My measurements are so so right now, but I need to remeasure since I measured on Friday on my period.


Hope y’all had a good day.

running-raspberry:

If you’re tired of protein shakes like me, here’s a great way to switch things up!
BREAKFAST:
Chocolate Banana Pancakes 
Waffles Two ways
Tiramisu Pancakes 
Breakfast Bowl
Oreo Double Stuffed Protein Pancakes 
Gingerbread Oatmeal Bake
Chocolate Frappucino 
Homemade Cinnamon Toast Crunch
Blueberry Oatmeal
Sweet Potato Mugcake 
Apple, Flax, Cinnamon Donuts 
Vanilla Frappe 
Peppermint Mocha Pancakes
Baked Coconut Oatmeal
Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Pancakes 
Peach Baked Oats
Chocolate Raspberry Crepes 
Cinnamon Roll
Gingerbread Donuts with Vanilla Bean Frosting
LUNCH:
Ham and Cheese Rolls
Sweet Potato Salad with Almond Butter Dressing
Beastly Burgers 
Pigs-in-a-Blanket 
Spanakopita 
Quiche with Chickpea Crust
Protein Bread Turkey Sandwich 
DINNER:
Mashed Potatoes 
Mussels, Leeks and Spinach
Basic Tortilla Recipie
Mini Brie and Bacon Tartlets 
Mac n’ Cheese
Zucchini Boats
Spinach Salmon Pizza 
Cauliflower Mini Pizza
Gluten Free Protein Pasta
Spicy Turkey Burgers
Bolognese 
DESSERT:
Spinach Frozen Yogurt 
Super Jello
Thick and Chewy Nutella Cookies
Mint Chocolate Chip Fudge Brownies 
Vegan Tofu Pudding
Mango Protein Cheesecake
Low Carb Brownies
Recovery Rice Crispies 
Cinnamon Apples
Cucumber Cheesecake
Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Layer Cake
Grasshopper Pie
White Chocolate Brownies
Vanilla Cheesecake 
Lemon Meringue
Apricot Carrot Cookies
Chocolate Mini Cheesecakes
Salted Caramel Pumpkin Cheesecake 
Cherry Pie
Sticky Toffee Pudding
Vegan Pumpkin Mouse 
Thin Mint Cookies
Pumpkin Cheesecake Ice Cream
Peanut Butter and Jelly Chocolate Fudge
Vegan Creme Brulee
SNACKS:
Coconut Protein Balls
Avocado Green Tea Power Shake
Banana Bread Smoothie
Pineapple Apple Kale Smoothie
Tortilla Chips with Spicy Salmon Dip 
Power Smoothie
Fruit and Veggie Leathers
Double Chocolate Energy Bites
Pecan Apple Hemp Granola
Vanilla Lime Smoothies
BARS:
No Bake Protein Bars
Banana Bread Bars
Chocolate Crunch Bar
Maple Date Bars
Zucchini Bars
Red Velvet Protein Bar
Toffee Hemp Mini Bars
Pumpkin Blondie Bars
Carrot Cake Bars
ABC Energy Bars
Hemp Granola Bars
Peanut Butter Chocolate Bars
No Bake Vegan Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Bars
Peanut Butter Banana Bars
No Bake Chocolate Mint Bars
Bacon and Chili Dark Chocolate Bars
Apple Cobbler Bar
BAKING
Sweet Potato Rosemary Bread
Eggnog Bread with Rum Glaze
Nutella Stuffed Cinnamon Sugar Muffins
Banana Nut Bread
Oat Bran Banana Muffins
Double Chocolate Power Muffins
Lemon Blueberry Coffee Cake
Gluten Free Zucchini Bread
Orange Chocolate Swirl Bread
Single Serve Vegan English Muffin
Savory Lentil Cake
Low Carb Spinach Bread
Basic Pizza Crust
Apple Cinnamon Bread

running-raspberry:

If you’re tired of protein shakes like me, here’s a great way to switch things up!

BREAKFAST:

LUNCH:

DINNER:

DESSERT:

SNACKS:

BARS:

BAKING

imgonnamakeachange:

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imgonnamakeachange:

I’m about to spam you guys with a couple before/afters! This is one of my amazing clients 👍👍👍 She followed my meal/workout plan for 3 months and lost 35 pounds! My plan taught her #healthy habits and #cleaneating and she continued on her own to lose even more #weight! She’s amazing! If you’re interested in a custom meal and workout plan for just $45 or a bootcamp plan for $20, email me at makethatchangefitness@gmail.com! 💪💪💪 #fit #fitfam #fitspo #fitness #beforeafter #beforeandafter #diet #exercise #weightloss

Anonymous asked
Just wondering, why don't you like MFP?

lexlifts:

pro-ana-jokes:

1. Calorie counting is almost never healthy.

2. It “rates” food. An apple is an A, a pizza is a C, chocolate pie is a D, etc.. This is a really big problem for me (and anyone else who wants to have a healthy relationship with food) because it is literally labeling foods as “good” and “bad.” Yeah sure, an apple is healthier than chocolate pie, but pie isn’t a damn D. It’s just pie. You don’t automatically become unhealthy from eating pie. You do not fail your body by eating pie. Pie is delicious, and eating a slice of pie never hurt anyone. One piece of pie never made anyone fat. But no, according to MyFitnessPal, you get a failing grade for treating yourself to pie even ONCE.

3. It sets unrealistic calorie goals. An adult person should not be limited to 1200 calories. Ever. That’s the recommended amount for an inactive 6 yr old. That’s a starvation diet. There are anorexics who eat more than that. (Example: me.)

4. You get negative feedback for going over the extremely restrictive calorie goal, but you get positive feedback for staying under. The little numbers stay green and you get a message saying “so-and-so completed their diet journal and stayed under their calorie goal!” That’s such BS. That’s encouraging people to eat less.

5. They have a pop-up that warns you not to put yourself in starvation mode by eating too little. When does this pop-up show up? Oh, it only shows up when it is calculating your projected weight loss! Duh! Why is that so terrible? Because it literally shows you dramatic weight loss you could get by starving, which is often 5-10 lbs more loss than what is projected by a person who does not starve. The conclusion? That you will get to your goals faster by starving, and eating more slows down progress! It’s literally the worst placement of all time.

6. It does not calculate fats or nutrients correctly. You’re better off listening to what your body tells you it needs.

7. It is INFESTED with pro-anas.

There is literally so much wrong with this app I can’t even get through it, it’s just terrible, terrible, terrible. Avoid.

I think it can be good for tracking macros, but for me it was too tedious/obsessive and just didn’t sit right with me

I use it exclusively for the way it shows your macros and the nutrition breakdown. I never hit the complete food diary because for me, it is triggering to read how much I would or wouldn’t lose in 5 weeks based on my calorie consumption for the day

tiny-vessels:

Can finally wear low-rise jeans without a muffin top. American Eagle size 4. Ignore my face I had just got done working out for 2 hours.

Awesome stuff!

tiny-vessels:

Can finally wear low-rise jeans without a muffin top. American Eagle size 4. Ignore my face I had just got done working out for 2 hours.

Awesome stuff!

tiny-vessels:


The day I decided to change my life v. last night.
I lost 65 lbs (at 4’10”) through healthy eating and hard, dedicated cardio & strength training. I went from barely being able to walk up a flight of stairs to running three 5k’s (my fourth is tomorrow, and my first Color Run), 3 Spartan Races, and a Tough Mudder.
I am on a new journey to build lean muscle mass and have cut my cardio way down (3x/week) and train with compound lifts 3 days a week. I rest 2 days a week. I follow the IIFYM lifestyle, eating “clean” 80% of the week with 2 “cheat” meals. I track my macros daily but take Sundays off mentally by balancing but not strictly tracking.
While your goals may change, the journey never does. You will have bad days and good days. You will hit plateaus. You will learn new things and get stronger. You will fall 7 times, but you will get back up 8.


Natasha reblogged me and she was my initial fitspiration when I first got on Tumblr just FYI I love her!

tiny-vessels:

The day I decided to change my life v. last night.

I lost 65 lbs (at 4’10”) through healthy eating and hard, dedicated cardio & strength training. I went from barely being able to walk up a flight of stairs to running three 5k’s (my fourth is tomorrow, and my first Color Run), 3 Spartan Races, and a Tough Mudder.

I am on a new journey to build lean muscle mass and have cut my cardio way down (3x/week) and train with compound lifts 3 days a week. I rest 2 days a week. I follow the IIFYM lifestyle, eating “clean” 80% of the week with 2 “cheat” meals. I track my macros daily but take Sundays off mentally by balancing but not strictly tracking.

While your goals may change, the journey never does. You will have bad days and good days. You will hit plateaus. You will learn new things and get stronger. You will fall 7 times, but you will get back up 8.

Natasha reblogged me and she was my initial fitspiration when I first got on Tumblr just FYI I love her!