Breaking Up With Obesity

Breaking Up with Obesity
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charmanetamyra:

Last pic I took today, it’s hard for me to see my progress until I compare pics and just to see myself come from 270 to smaller than 150 makes me happy. I haven’t looked at the scale in weeks but I know I’ve lost weight since the last time I did and I was 150 at that time. I’m 5’4 and this journey has definitely had it’s ups and downs. At first I wanted to just be skinny but now I’m at a point where I just want to be healthy happy and fit.

seriously amazing

charmanetamyra:

Last pic I took today, it’s hard for me to see my progress until I compare pics and just to see myself come from 270 to smaller than 150 makes me happy. I haven’t looked at the scale in weeks but I know I’ve lost weight since the last time I did and I was 150 at that time. I’m 5’4 and this journey has definitely had it’s ups and downs. At first I wanted to just be skinny but now I’m at a point where I just want to be healthy happy and fit.

seriously amazing

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beforeandafterfatlosspics:

foreverhealthyand-fit 
5’6.5” // September 23 vs January 23
40 pounds, 4 months, different person.
high protein, no carbs, no sugar, calorie counting, moderate exercise, tons of water, and DETERMINATION
i have a long way to go but i accept the challenge because i know i can do it! follow me for weight loss, fitness, and nonstop inspiration! i’m always open to talk :)

this is why i say carbs are the devils advocate

beforeandafterfatlosspics:

foreverhealthyand-fit 

5’6.5” // September 23 vs January 23

40 pounds, 4 months, different person.

high protein, no carbs, no sugar, calorie counting, moderate exercise, tons of water, and DETERMINATION

i have a long way to go but i accept the challenge because i know i can do it! follow me for weight loss, fitness, and nonstop inspiration! i’m always open to talk :)

this is why i say carbs are the devils advocate

Exercises to do with an Exercise Ball:

motivationintohabit:

fitbeliever:

Shoulder Back Extension:

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Lateral Flex:

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Alternating Crunch:

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Squeeze Twist Crunch:

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Alternating Full Sit-Up:

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Arm Side Lift:

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Outward Kicks:

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Arm Front-Back Lift:

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Alternating Leg Bridge:

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Alternating Leg Pull-In:

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Always love new exercises for my clients! <3

Gotta put my ball to use

motivationintohabit:

Wow I only posted this 6 months ago and already the amount of notes is almost the same as the amount of followers I’ve gotten in three years! DANG!!! Talk about speed. Keep spreading the health! <3

i-see-angels-in-everything:

robynb12:

sorayachemaly:

Trigger Warning
Image Credit” UniteWomen.Org
In 2005, 19-year old army private LaVena Johnson,  was the first woman from Missouri to die in Iraq, according to the Army, of suicide. Only after her family insisted on seeing photographs taken at the scene of her death did they realize she was found in her tent with a gunshot wound to the head, a broken nose, black eye, loose teeth, acid burns on her genitals (there is speculation that this was done to cover up possible sexual assault), and a trail of blood leading away from her tent. The army ruled that her death was a SUICIDE.  Her father, a doctor who has worked with military personnel for more than 20 years, believes his daughter was raped and murdered.  A documentary, “LaVena Johnson The Silent Truth,” their attempts to uncover the truth was released in 2010. There is a website with updates, LaVena Johnson and a petition asking Senator Claire McCaskill to investigate her death. As Cilla McCain, founder of Military Families for Justice asks, would this case by taken seriously if LaVena Johnson were not a black woman? Her parents have established a scholarship fund in their daughter’s name. Donations can be made to The LaVena L. Johnson College Scholarship Fund, P.O. Box 117, Florissant, MO 63032 

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Omg this is awful

i-see-angels-in-everything:

robynb12:

sorayachemaly:

Trigger Warning

Image Credit” UniteWomen.Org

In 2005, 19-year old army private LaVena Johnson,  was the first woman from Missouri to die in Iraq, according to the Army, of suicide. Only after her family insisted on seeing photographs taken at the scene of her death did they realize she was found in her tent with a gunshot wound to the head, a broken nose, black eye, loose teeth, acid burns on her genitals (there is speculation that this was done to cover up possible sexual assault), and a trail of blood leading away from her tent. The army ruled that her death was a SUICIDE.  Her father, a doctor who has worked with military personnel for more than 20 years, believes his daughter was raped and murdered.  A documentary, LaVena Johnson The Silent Truth,” their attempts to uncover the truth was released in 2010. There is a website with updates, LaVena Johnson and a petition asking Senator Claire McCaskill to investigate her death. As Cilla McCain, founder of Military Families for Justice asks, would this case by taken seriously if LaVena Johnson were not a black woman? Her parents have established a scholarship fund in their daughter’s name. Donations can be made to The LaVena L. Johnson College Scholarship Fund, P.O. Box 117, Florissant, MO 63032 

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Omg this is awful

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lexlifts:

got dat high incline to focus on dem glutes 👌 keep dat ass lookin peachy 🍑

lexlifts:

got dat high incline to focus on dem glutes 👌 keep dat ass lookin peachy 🍑