The majority of the time I’m an extrovert. So I draw my superpowers from being around other people.
She can go from a sweaty mess in a ball cap to a sundress — and looks damn good in both.
Legs are kind of sore. Poor legs.
I question whether or not my world will ever be the same, but deep down, I already know the answer is a resounding “no.” I drift through the ethos for the remainder of the afternoon, walking awkwardly and wondering when, if ever, I will pedal through the cold dark night with Blossym again. Night after night, my dreams take me back to the Sanctuary.
Have you ever felt like losing weight should be easier than all of the counting, measuring, weighing, and calculating you’ve been doing?
The key difference between success and failure is enjoyment. The fundamental flaw with the approach of both the dieting and medical industries is the focus on willpower/restriction, the mantra “no pain, no gain.”
People like to use the excuse “I’m too busy” when it comes to working out. But if you think about it, everyone is busy. We have jobs, school, social lives, laundry, and Netflix to spend our time with.
If you’re into running or biking, test out apps like Strava, MapMyRun by Under Armour, and Nike+ that record your distance and pace.
When you don’t get sufficient sleep in the night, the production of hormones/leptin which suppress appetite decreases, which will make your body easy to gain weight.
Remember — it’s a cheat meal, not a cheat day! It’s not a go-ahead to eat anything and everything.