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Sunday, September 28, 2014
lemaow:

shaqsince95:

exilethepoet:

bodhiandsoul:


Bruce Lee

you know why they make jokes about chuck norris and not bruce lee? because bruce lee ain’t no joke..

^

two fingers yo 

I often wonder what Bruce Lee would be like now if was still alive. I’d like to think he would team up with Arnie and promote fitness etc around the world.
He’d probably have made more bad ass films as well!

lemaow:

shaqsince95:

exilethepoet:

bodhiandsoul:

Bruce Lee

you know why they make jokes about chuck norris and not bruce lee? because bruce lee ain’t no joke..

^

two fingers yo 

I often wonder what Bruce Lee would be like now if was still alive. I’d like to think he would team up with Arnie and promote fitness etc around the world.

He’d probably have made more bad ass films as well!

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Saturday, September 27, 2014
fitocracy:

DOMS, man. DOMS.

fitocracy:

DOMS, man. DOMS.

the-exercist:

Reclaiming Fitspo: Jackie Tonawanda

Born in New York in 1933, “The Female Ali” was a pioneer in women’s heavyweight boxing.

Originally named Jackie Garrett, the Female Ali took on her mother’s maiden name around the same time that she sued the state of New York to be granted a boxing license, all in 1975. She eventually won this legal battle, becoming the first woman to be granted a license to box in New York state (alongside Cathy Davis and Marian Trimiar). 

She’s known to have only one officially documented fight: In 1979, she went against Diane Clark in Madison Square Garden. She lasted six rounds before eventually losing. Yet despite her poor official record, Tonawanda was well-known in the boxing and martial arts communities. The majority of her career took place in underground, unsanctioned fights.

Tonawanda was the first female boxer to become a member of Ring 8 (the Veterans Boxing Association) and to be inducted into their Hall of Fame, as well as the Madison Square Garden’s Hall of Fame. She has even been honored outside of the ring, thanks to her wide support for such charitable causes as Athletes Against Drunk Driving. 

Tonawanda passed away in 2009 after a long battle with colon cancer.

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Friday, September 26, 2014

deartreadmill:

I would like to die.

Don’t make plans to do anything after BWST for Women on Fito. Jeezy Creezy.

Walking to work tomorrow, running home, then doing BWST. Because I totally won’t get off the couch again once I’ve done the BWST!!

BOOM!!!

muslimahgetsfit:

Fun! lawlersaurusrex said in the Lady Lifters group:
I hate having conversations with most Egyptians (both men and women) about lifting weights. I didn’t know lifting weights would make a woman look like a man, or worse! MUSCULAR. :O Their misconception about women lifting will never truly change, and I won’t force it, either. I’ll just show them. The last time I checked, beautiful lady lifters like Dana Linn Bailey or Jaime Eason still look like women, and are as feminine as they come.
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muslimahgetsfit:

Fun! lawlersaurusrex said in the Lady Lifters group:

I hate having conversations with most Egyptians (both men and women) about lifting weights. I didn’t know lifting weights would make a woman look like a man, or worse! MUSCULAR. :O Their misconception about women lifting will never truly change, and I won’t force it, either. I’ll just show them. The last time I checked, beautiful lady lifters like Dana Linn Bailey or Jaime Eason still look like women, and are as feminine as they come.

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Thursday, September 25, 2014
beautysurrounding:

Cool! keefit shared her post:
We (me and my mom) fell off for week but now we’re back. I can definitely tell I haven’t been working out but oh well! It happens, just learning to bounce back anyways.
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beautysurrounding:

Cool! keefit shared her post:

We (me and my mom) fell off for week but now we’re back. I can definitely tell I haven’t been working out but oh well! It happens, just learning to bounce back anyways.

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fightinfate:

Cool! Altariel shared her post:
I’ll try my first (little) run tomorrow morning :)
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fightinfate:

Cool! Altariel shared her post:

I’ll try my first (little) run tomorrow morning :)

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Wednesday, September 24, 2014

fitnessinwonderland:

Back at it! And surprisingly at the same weight I was at in the middle of the summer. Yay!

Look at all them stars!

Growth is an erratic forward movement: two steps forward, one step back. Remember that and be very gentle with yourself. Growth occurs in spurts. You will lie dormant sometimes. Do not be discouraged. Think of it as resting. Julia Cameron, The Artist’s Way. Although the quote about creativity, it holds true for any kind of personal growth, including fitness.  (via fitocracy)
shaqsince95:

exilethepoet:

bodhiandsoul:


Bruce Lee

you know why they make jokes about chuck norris and not bruce lee? because bruce lee ain’t no joke..

^

two fingers yo 

shaqsince95:

exilethepoet:

bodhiandsoul:

Bruce Lee

you know why they make jokes about chuck norris and not bruce lee? because bruce lee ain’t no joke..

^

two fingers yo 

(Source: insideoutnight)