Where is the one where he’s on fire? I want that one…
I have been on track more or less. right now, I’m cycling out my super hd to lower tolerance. I didn’t realize how much of a difference it made not only during my workout but in my mood… I swear thing are literally brighter. My new shoes helped a lot too.
Anonymous said: "Never assume that you know a friend’s full workout regime or lifestyle just by looking at them. Never assume that, just because you are friends with someone, you have the right to discuss their health or make fitness decisions for them." That shaming vs concern argument doesn't really work there.
Well, if you are a friend then you should have some idea.
What if a friend started loosing a lot of weight? What if he/she started to refuse food when ever you went out? What if they could fit into a size zero but their skin was pale and their hair was falling out?
I have chronic knee problems now from running without working on my back and core.
Granted that’s an extreme example. But the key is, if you ARE friends you SHOULD point out concerns and have a discussion about it. If you are truly a friend, you do have the right to discuss it. No one can MAKE health decisions for a friend but they can voice concerns.
if you like the pic, please FOLLOW
Never dictate the way that your friends should or should not look.
Never shame a friend for working out in a way that you personally don’t enjoy.
Never assume that you know a friend’s full workout regime or lifestyle just by looking at them.
Never assume that, just because you are friends with someone, you have the right to discuss their health or make fitness decisions for them.
Never mock your friend’s body just because you would prefer them to look a different way.
Never be the kind of jerk who uses a friend’s photo to make fun of them online and imply that you somehow know more about their body, needs, goals and preferences than they do.
If you do even one of these things? You’re not a friend and I hope that they kick you to the curb.
It’s a silly picture. Jeez. Seems like you think every single thing posted is body shaming.
What’s silly about the picture? Honestly, I’m asking. What’s the joke here?
first of all, when you over train one part of your body, its not good for the mechanics of your body. There is uneven “pulling and tugging” and that causes problems later on. Secondly, the image is just a play on the “friends don’t let friends skip leg day” meme. There is a difference between shaming and concern. Cool it people!
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This is really misleading. There are 1.4 oz of beef for every 100 calories and 10.7 oz for every 100 calories of broccoli. That’s 7.6X the amount of food.
You CAN get protein from plant sources but there are better protein sources than broccoli and you’re gonna have to make sure you can find sources of complete proteins (there are complete plant sources). And, most likely, you’re gonna have to eat a butt load of veggies in order to fill the protein gap.
If you want to cut ANYTHING (whether it be meat, gluten, dairy) from you’re diet just make sure you bridge the nutrition gap it creates effectively.
Anonymous said: If no one else has told you yet: Yes, you missed the entire point of that "Strong is sexy!" post. You pretty much ignored every single point that was brought up in the discussion.
Well, I feel like I hit every point but, ok… I guess we see these kinds of Fitspo differently.
So… I went to the running store the other day and measured my waist. I dropped an inch since the last time a went shopping (my closet is a mess). WOOOT. The fat and all the other gross stuff really did leave. That lighter feeling is real. I’m so proud. but now I have to work on my butt and back. I want mine to defy gravity like Maggie Qs.