You’ve probably heard of the word “fitspo” as it’s been relevant for a few years now, but in case you haven’t, it stands for “fit inspiration.”
It liberates you. Dancing is a form of self-expression. When you freely move your body or dance for hours, you feel liberated. You don’t censor your body and there is no social pressure to worry about. It can also be a form of meditation – you can actually lose yourself in a dance or in a song and your focus becomes mainly on your body and your movement.
I was finally strong. But still, it was weight gain, which was gut-wrenching. My body was changing, but my mind wasn’t.
That nosy motherf*cker who obsessively peeks at your treadmill speed. Hope you feel like a baller running at exactly .1mph faster than me, bro!
Clean your cellphone with disinfectant as soon as you get home.
What does she mean by curl your ribs? My ribs don’t curl.
Your favorite athletic rule is, “A rest day is a crucial part of your workout routine.”
After I realized how much walking I actually did when I decided to remove other options from my transport list as much as possible, I had clocked up a lot more miles than I would ever have if I had gone for a “walk” as a means of exercise. Killing two birds with the two feet was delicious icing on my well deserved cake!
I love eating and not exercising. I mean, I know for my heart, butt and upper arms I’m doing my body dirty by neglecting to diet, but my mind is just so happy when I’m indulging in anything I want in whatever quantities I want.
Life gets in the way; college gets in the way. It happens without us even noticing. We suddenly become occupied with our new friends, classes, parties, and catching up on lost sleep. Maintaining a healthy diet and going to the gym three times a week become harder and harder.