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How can you hit what you can't see? *SPEED WALKING*

shreddingtopanga:

Completely transforming your body can take a really fucking long time and it’s hard so just be patient.  


superspartanracer:

Spartan Race : Sign up, get in shape and change your life. www.SpartanRace.com

superspartanracer:

Spartan Race : Sign up, get in shape and change your life. www.SpartanRace.com


I am inspired by Beyoncé’s ass, cause it makes me get off the couch and hit dem deep lunges and squats…


the-exercist:

What to Do If You Get Nauseous While Exercising:

"Why, Oh, Why?"Once you’ve ruled out pre-race jitters as a possible culprit, there are a couple of possible medical explanations, explains Stephen Simons, M.D., director of sports medicine at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in South Bend, IN. The first involves blood flow. “When you begin exercise, there’s a shifting of blood flow away from GI tract and to the working muscles,” says Simons. When the GI tract and stomach are deprived of blood, digestion slows dramatically, which may induce the discomfort. The effect can be intensified if it’s very hot out or you’re working at a very high intensity. Another possible cause is more mechanical—if your stomach contents are suddenly physically jostled around, you may not feel so great. “In some limited studies, it’s been demonstrated that runners have more trouble than bicyclists with upper GI symptoms,” says Simons. “It may be due to the bouncing up and down nature of running.” 
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the-exercist:

What to Do If You Get Nauseous While Exercising:

"Why, Oh, Why?"
Once you’ve ruled out pre-race jitters as a possible culprit, there are a couple of possible medical explanations, explains Stephen Simons, M.D., director of sports medicine at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in South Bend, IN. The first involves blood flow. “When you begin exercise, there’s a shifting of blood flow away from GI tract and to the working muscles,” says Simons. When the GI tract and stomach are deprived of blood, digestion slows dramatically, which may induce the discomfort. The effect can be intensified if it’s very hot out or you’re working at a very high intensity. Another possible cause is more mechanical—if your stomach contents are suddenly physically jostled around, you may not feel so great. “In some limited studies, it’s been demonstrated that runners have more trouble than bicyclists with upper GI symptoms,” says Simons. “It may be due to the bouncing up and down nature of running.” 

Read More Here


girrlscout:

I love everything about this set. Holy shit.