I am on the long difficult path of trying to lose weight. This blog is to help me and others stay strong so we can live a healthy, long life.I don't encourage unhealthy forms of trying to lose weight but I am not going to judge. I am here for any one that wants support. I love everyone no matter if they are; 1000 pounds or 70, 4" 3' or 7" 6', boy or girl, straight or bisexual, perfect or have perfect imperfections.

bangcaster:

you can still be thick and have a thigh gap 

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(Source: kanyeahwest, via wrestlingcrocs)

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50flightsofstrong:

prettylittlefitblr:

I lost a newborn calf…wtf? :O

eyyy it makes progress seem fab if you’re ever in doubt

50flightsofstrong:

prettylittlefitblr:

I lost a newborn calf…wtf? :O

eyyy it makes progress seem fab if you’re ever in doubt

(Source: thefitnessblr, via flattummyplease)

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5 days ago

lexi-is-smexi:

Powerful spoken word that sizes up unrealistic body image.

*snaps for dayss*

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1 week ago

markishajubilee:

Desiree Dallagiagiacomo- “Thighs”

How does she know my life tho?!

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1 week ago

emilyinthetardiswithcheekbones:

frizz01percy:

this should be the most reblogged post on tumblr before it dies

We need to reblog this so much that the post breaks

(Source: wasabi-desu, via eatcleantrainharder)

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1 month ago
danger0usdays:

So I found this photo while lurking on instagram and it caught my eye so I decided to look it up.Taken by Henry Leutwyler, he did a project photographing the New York City Ballet. Many of the photos (most found on his site http://www.henryleutwyler.com/) capture the dancers moving, smiling, on their toes but one of the images found in his book is this image of a ballet dancers feet. It shows the contrast between harsh reality of what ballet dancers go through, but not what the audience see on stage as it’s been wrapped up and disguised behind the pretty shoes. Quite a metaphor for a lot of things in life really. He then decided to put the images on a limited amount of skateboard decks in April last year, apparently another passion of his aside from photography. If I was a skater I’d quite like a pair of these. There’s something about ballet that just fascinates me, yet frustrates me because of what the dancers are forced to be put through in order to be successful and how their physical appearance is important to fit a certain definition. A picture speaks a thousand words, right?

danger0usdays:

So I found this photo while lurking on instagram and it caught my eye so I decided to look it up.

Taken by Henry Leutwyler, he did a project photographing the New York City Ballet. Many of the photos (most found on his site http://www.henryleutwyler.com/) capture the dancers moving, smiling, on their toes but one of the images found in his book is this image of a ballet dancers feet. 
It shows the contrast between harsh reality of what ballet dancers go through, but not what the audience see on stage as it’s been wrapped up and disguised behind the pretty shoes. Quite a metaphor for a lot of things in life really. 

He then decided to put the images on a limited amount of skateboard decks in April last year, apparently another passion of his aside from photography. If I was a skater I’d quite like a pair of these. 
There’s something about ballet that just fascinates me, yet frustrates me because of what the dancers are forced to be put through in order to be successful and how their physical appearance is important to fit a certain definition. 

A picture speaks a thousand words, right?

(via jemexcusemaman)

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1 month ago
lift-for-life:

eatclean—getfit:

boston-strong-forever:

We assume these are hockey players.

HOW IS THIS EVEN POSSIBLE 

"Teamwork makes the dream work"

lift-for-life:

eatclean—getfit:

boston-strong-forever:

We assume these are hockey players.

HOW IS THIS EVEN POSSIBLE 

"Teamwork makes the dream work"

(via eatcleantrainharder)

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1 month ago