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Wow this is so interesting

I think gifs like these are insanely helpful, I love them

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Posted at 2:02 AM 17 July 2014

HOT ABS IN 4 MINUTES:

  • 4 EXERCISES
  • 20 SECONDS ON
  • 10 SECONDS OFF
  • REPEAT FOR 2 ROUNDS!
  1. High knees (drive ‘em up)
  2. Squat jumps (get high - drop low)
  3. Squat thrust (mountain climbers)
  4. Knee grabs (work your abs!)
flat abs pilates workout | (x)

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Posted at 7:11 PM 22 January 2013

blogilates:

Fabulous Flat Abs GIFs from Pilates Bootcamp!

Click here to see workout video.

Do this routine every other day for 2 weeks and you will see a noticeable difference in the definition of your abs!

<3 Cassey

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Posted at 8:36 PM 22 October 2012

Fitness!!

So jogging those 4 laps in the rain was definitely the highlight of my day! =)

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Posted at 7:30 PM 20 August 2012
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justgoingrunning:
BERRIES FOR BEAUTY: Blueberries, strawberries &amp; blackberries are all super high in antioxidants. The beauty of antioxidants is they can protect your skin from the inside out by guarding your cells from damage. Eat them as a snack, blend them in a smoothie or add to you morning.
GREEN BEANS-Wind back the clock and stock up on foods like spinach, kale, broccoli and romaine. All of these contain vitamin B, E and C, as well as antioxidants that help fight off free radicals. They’re also one of the top sources of beta carotene, a powerful antioxidant that helps repair and renew your skin to give it a youthful glow.
ESSENTIAL FATTY ACIDS – Fish like Salmon, Tuna and Trout are rich in Omega 3 fatty acids which are essential ingredients to baby soft skin. Omega 3 fatty acids are widely known to help soften dry skin by holding in moisture, which helps decrease the look of wrinkles and plumps up skin.
EGGS – Eggs are widely recognized as a great source of protein, however it is also an important component for clear skin. Eggs are a good source of zinc which acts by controlling the production of oil in the skin, and can also help control some of the hormones that cause breakouts.
AVOCADO– Avocado contains ‘good’ fats which are essential to a healthy diet and a smooth complexion.  The monounsaturated fats and Vitamin E help soothe red, irritated skin, whilst Vitamin C helps fight inflammation.
WATER – It’s no secret that water is the holy grail of health. Our body weight is made up of 70% water, so in order keep healthy, we need to stay hydrated. When the skin is properly hydrated, it looks fresh and radiant. Drink at least eight glasses of h20 a day and notice the difference in your energy levels and complexion.
GREEN TEA – When we aren’t drinking our eight glasses of water a day, we should be having a cup of tea. Green tea is full of antioxidants and contains polyphenols which help to reduce the signs of aging like wrinkles and lost of skin elasticity.

I really need to eat healthier. I’m a poor excuse for a vegetarian.

sicanettewrites:

justgoingrunning:

  1. BERRIES FOR BEAUTY: Blueberries, strawberries & blackberries are all super high in antioxidants. The beauty of antioxidants is they can protect your skin from the inside out by guarding your cells from damage. Eat them as a snack, blend them in a smoothie or add to you morning.
  2. GREEN BEANS-Wind back the clock and stock up on foods like spinach, kale, broccoli and romaine. All of these contain vitamin B, E and C, as well as antioxidants that help fight off free radicals. They’re also one of the top sources of beta carotene, a powerful antioxidant that helps repair and renew your skin to give it a youthful glow.
  3. ESSENTIAL FATTY ACIDS – Fish like Salmon, Tuna and Trout are rich in Omega 3 fatty acids which are essential ingredients to baby soft skin. Omega 3 fatty acids are widely known to help soften dry skin by holding in moisture, which helps decrease the look of wrinkles and plumps up skin.
  4. EGGS – Eggs are widely recognized as a great source of protein, however it is also an important component for clear skin. Eggs are a good source of zinc which acts by controlling the production of oil in the skin, and can also help control some of the hormones that cause breakouts.
  5. AVOCADO– Avocado contains ‘good’ fats which are essential to a healthy diet and a smooth complexion.  The monounsaturated fats and Vitamin E help soothe red, irritated skin, whilst Vitamin C helps fight inflammation.
  6. WATER – It’s no secret that water is the holy grail of health. Our body weight is made up of 70% water, so in order keep healthy, we need to stay hydrated. When the skin is properly hydrated, it looks fresh and radiant. Drink at least eight glasses of h20 a day and notice the difference in your energy levels and complexion.
  7. GREEN TEA – When we aren’t drinking our eight glasses of water a day, we should be having a cup of tea. Green tea is full of antioxidants and contains polyphenols which help to reduce the signs of aging like wrinkles and lost of skin elasticity.

I really need to eat healthier. I’m a poor excuse for a vegetarian.

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Posted at 10:38 PM 11 August 2012
9-afternoon:

shesalltiedup:

I know some of you only like me when I dress dapper, so this one’s for you my dear ladies and gentlemen.
Regards,
P

this outfit gives me life!!!

9-afternoon:

shesalltiedup:

I know some of you only like me when I dress dapper, so this one’s for you my dear ladies and gentlemen.

Regards,

P

this outfit gives me life!!!

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Posted at 5:17 PM 01 August 2012

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Posted at 1:20 AM 26 July 2012
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Ryan Cooper by Miguel Domingos. Paris

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Ryan Cooper by Miguel Domingos. Paris

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Posted at 2:24 AM 24 July 2012