fitnessheroes:

*That can be done without a gymAss to Grass SquatsPlie SquatsSumo SquatsGoblet SquatsNarrow SquatSquat with Heel RaisePrisoner SquatBarbell Front/Back SquatSquat JumpBulgarian SquatSplit SquatPistol SquatBottom Half SquatSquat PulseFrog JumpsGlobe JumpsLong JumpsBasketball ThrowsWall SitKettlebell SwingsLow JacksLungesWalking LungesLunge PulsesReverse LungeLunge with TwistSwitch LungesSide LungeBarbell/Weighted LungesHip RaisesHip Raises with Leg LiftDonkey KicksDownward Dog with Leg LiftExercise Ball Hamstring CurlDumbbell Stiff Legged DeadliftDumbbell Bent Legged DeadliftSingle Leg DeadliftDumbbell Romanian DeadliftGood MorningTuck JumpPlank with Leg ExtensionFront Kick PulsesKnee Lift Pulses
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theyogamatstudio:

Yoga Master Post
For those that see all these cool yoga pictures online and are like, “I want to do that! But I have no idea where to even start,” this post is for you! This is a giant master post of yoga videos, guides, tutorials, tips and tricks for you to get started! Whether you’re doing yoga on your own at home, or plan on going to a studio, you can use this master post as a basic guide and reference.
For Beginner Yogis:
The Basics for Yoga Newbies
Yoga Journal 21 Day Challenge
Yoga Beginner’s Guide
Beginner Yoga Breakdown with Tara Stiles
Yoga Routine for Beginner’s with Tara Stiles
Basic Moves for Strength with Tara Stiles
Basic Moves for Balance with Tara Stiles
How-to: Downward Dog by Sara Beth
How-to: Yoga Breath Control by Sara Beth
Yoga for Flexibility
Beginner’s Vinyasa Flow Class
Gentle Flow Yoga Class
Yoga Tips For Beginners
Yoga Series for Beginners
For Intermediate Yogis:
Intermediate Yoga for a Beach Bod
Intermediate Crow Flow
Intermediate Hatha Yoga Flow
Heart-pumping Cardio Yoga Flow
Intermediate Level Poses
Intro to Arm Balances
How-to: Crow and Crane
Yoga For the Core
How to: Wheel Pose
How to: Camel Pose
For Advanced Yogis: 
30 Minute Advanced Yoga Flow
45 Minute Advanced Yoga Flow
Advanced Vinyasa Flow
Hardcore Flow Routine by Tara Stiles
How-to: Perching and Flying Pigeon
How to: Fallen Angel
Forearm Stand to Scorpion Pose
Yoga for Scorpion Pose
6 Steps to Perfecting a Handstand
Perfecting Arm Balances
Side Crow to Fallen Angel
8 Angle Pose
For Everyone: 
Energizing Morning Yoga Routine
Yoga For Detox and Digestion
Yoga For Runners
Yoga For Runners 2
Yoga For Menstrual Cramps
Yoga For Tired Legs
De-Stress Yoga
De-Stress Yoga 2
Yoga For Hip Openers

theyogamatstudio:

Yoga Master Post

For those that see all these cool yoga pictures online and are like, “I want to do that! But I have no idea where to even start,” this post is for you! This is a giant master post of yoga videos, guides, tutorials, tips and tricks for you to get started! Whether you’re doing yoga on your own at home, or plan on going to a studio, you can use this master post as a basic guide and reference.

For Beginner Yogis:

For Intermediate Yogis:

For Advanced Yogis:

For Everyone:

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vegan-yums:

Banana cream tartlets / Recipe

vegan-yums:

Banana cream tartlets / Recipe

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fitanne:

phoenix-fires:

fitanne:

For my FAQ: How do I start lifting?
First of all, men and women can do the same workouts perfectly fine (if you are worried about getting bulky, read the next question). If you want results from lifting, you should be lifting heavy (=challenging).
Using the machines at the gym can be good enough, especially for beginners, but in the long run you should strive towards learning free-weight, mainly compound movements (deadlifts, squats etc). Remember to learn the correct form before you start adding too much weight. If you need inspiration or instructions for exercises, see above.
If you feel intimidated by the weights room at the gym, read my post How to be more confident in the gym.
For a beginner, it’s best to do a full body workout every time (one exercise for each body part), or a split between lower and upper body.
Rep ranges:
1-5 reps for strength (1-10sets)
8-12 reps for hypertrophy (building muscle) (3-4 sets)
15+ reps for endurance and low-mid intensity cardio (8-12 reps builds endurance just as well)
Use weights you find challenging, while still being able to perform the exercise with proper form.
Remember rest days are as important as workout days, especially when you are starting out, because you will get very sore at first. Tag: ‘Rest’.
Being sore after a workout doesn’t necessarily mean it was a good workout - No pain no gain is a lie. Tag: ‘DOMS' 
If you want to gain muscle, you also need to be eating right; adequate protein intake + good fats, carbs for energy, and a calorie surplus.
Bonus tip: Don’t go for workouts in the typical magazines for women only (like this). They are not effective (in 9 out of 10 cases) - you have to challenge yourself.
Helpful post: How to make a strength training plan (and keep at it), How to be more confident in the gym
Tag: ‘Lifting Beginner’, ‘Lifting Benefits’, ‘DOMS’

OMFG EVERYTHING I TELL EVERYONE SUMMED UP FUCKING BLESS YOU!!!!!!!!!! <3

Whaaaat! Thank you! ❤️

fitanne:

phoenix-fires:

fitanne:

For my FAQ: How do I start lifting?

First of all, men and women can do the same workouts perfectly fine (if you are worried about getting bulky, read the next question). If you want results from lifting, you should be lifting heavy (=challenging).

Using the machines at the gym can be good enough, especially for beginners, but in the long run you should strive towards learning free-weight, mainly compound movements (deadlifts, squats etc). Remember to learn the correct form before you start adding too much weight. If you need inspiration or instructions for exercises, see above.

If you feel intimidated by the weights room at the gym, read my post How to be more confident in the gym.

For a beginner, it’s best to do a full body workout every time (one exercise for each body part), or a split between lower and upper body.

Rep ranges:

  • 1-5 reps for strength (1-10sets)
  • 8-12 reps for hypertrophy (building muscle) (3-4 sets)
  • 15+ reps for endurance and low-mid intensity cardio (8-12 reps builds endurance just as well)

Use weights you find challenging, while still being able to perform the exercise with proper form.

Remember rest days are as important as workout days, especially when you are starting out, because you will get very sore at first. Tag: ‘Rest’.

Being sore after a workout doesn’t necessarily mean it was a good workout - No pain no gain is a lieTag: ‘DOMS

If you want to gain muscle, you also need to be eating right; adequate protein intake + good fats, carbs for energy, and a calorie surplus.

Bonus tip: Don’t go for workouts in the typical magazines for women only (like this). They are not effective (in 9 out of 10 cases) - you have to challenge yourself.

Helpful postHow to make a strength training plan (and keep at it)How to be more confident in the gym

Tag: ‘Lifting Beginner’, ‘Lifting Benefits’, ‘DOMS

OMFG EVERYTHING I TELL EVERYONE SUMMED UP FUCKING BLESS YOU!!!!!!!!!! <3

Whaaaat! Thank you! ❤️

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fitblrholics:

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happyvibes-healthylives:

Homemade Banana Chips
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the-exercist:

Mango and Strawberry Popsicle from Oh Sweet Day:

  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 2 teaspoons lemon juice
  • 2 cups fresh strawberry, hulled and halved
  • 3 ripe mangoes, peeled, pitted and cut into chunks

Directions:

In a saucepan, combine sugar and water. Simmer until sugar is dissolved, about 5 minutes. Chill in refrigerator for an hour.

Puree cooled syrup, lemon juice and strawberries until smooth. Set aside.

Puree mango chunks until smooth. Strain and set aside.

Spoon 2 to 3 tablespoons of strawberry mixture into the bottom of the popsicle mold. Freeze for around 30 minutes until set.

Spoon 2 to 3 tablespoons of mango puree into the popsicle mold, on top of the strawberry layer. Freeze.

Push popsicle sticks into the frozen mango layer. Continue with the another layer of strawberry and mango.  Freeze until solid.

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insecureskeleton:

healing-sunflower:

I keep switching from “wow I need to restrict and become super skinny and dainty” to “I need to eat clean and exercise more and be really fit” to “I can eat whatever the fuck I want, I’m supposed to be recovering after all” and it’s so exhausting. 

I can’t stress enough how accurate this is

Holy fucking shit this is exactly how i fucking feel like completely on point.

yes

pains me how accurate this is

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garden-of-vegan:

{Resource} Vegan Lifestyle on a Budget via ilovevegan.com
Looking for some ways to save money while eating vegan? Check out all of my tips for smart shopping here! For more vegan resources, visit the resources section on ilovevegan.com!

garden-of-vegan:

{Resource} Vegan Lifestyle on a Budget via ilovevegan.com

Looking for some ways to save money while eating vegan? Check out all of my tips for smart shopping here! For more vegan resources, visit the resources section on ilovevegan.com!

@2 weeks ago with 649 notes

backonpointe:

tribesports:

Stay fit in summer with the 30 Day Crunch Challenge , the 30 Day Lunge Challenge and the 30 Day Burpee Challenge !!

Nice simple challenges!

@2 weeks ago with 2029 notes
yummyinmytumbly:

matcha macarons
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