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Fire & Passion

I finally found the best way to describe this blog well like two but still

1. A Sailor moon blog for very depressed people who occasionally like to try and be healthy

2.An extremely depressing sailor moon blog with bonus fitness and health posts

Also I am part of the Sailor Moon Directory: www.thesailormoondirectory.tumblr.com
Jul 24 '14
futurefitnessguru:

Starting to get into a fitness routine seems like a daunting task.  There are so many different exercise programs and conflicting information that it can be hard to sort out what is right and what isn’t.  Here are some simple tips for starting a fitness routine.
Set a date.
Start by picking three to four days a week that you can work out for at least 30 minutes.  Making a schedule is like making an appointment with yourself.  You can’t skip appointments so you can’t skip your workouts.
Get your gear.
It is important to invest in a good pair of running shoes with good cushioning and support.  You also want clothes that are comfortable for you to move in.  Getting a good water bottle is also important to cut back on plastic bottles and you should keep your water with you at all times.
Set Goals.
Setting manageable goals will help you stay motivated and give you something to work towards.  You can set a long term goal and then set smaller goals that will help you reach your long term goal. 
Consult with your doctor.
This is key especially as you get older.  Anyone with health risks, males 45 and older, and women 55 and older should get medical clearance.  Let your doctor know what your goals are and what you exercise routine is.  This will help them make sure that your routine is safe for you.
Nutrition.
You need to make sure your diet supports your lifestyle and goals.  If you don’t eat according to your goals, you won’t be able to meet them.  You can’t out eat a bad diet.  Also, with your increase in activity, your body will not function as well if you are eating an unhealthy diet.
Start slowly.
Rome wasn’t built in a day and neither will your body be.  As much as you want to jump into an intense exercise program, your body might be ready too.  Everyone starts at a different place and everyone is at their own place in their journey.  Just be patient.
Warm up and cool down.
Before you start your workout, you need to warm up your body.  I prefer dynamic stretching over static stretching.  You should spend a good 5 minutes warming up your body.  This helps reduce your chances of getting injured.  Make sure you spend a good 5 minutes cooling down after your workout.  For cool downs, I prefer static stretching.
Exercise using multiple muscle groups.
Working multiple muscle groups at a time burns more calories.  You don’t want to neglect a muscle group because that could cause muscular imbalances which leads to injury.
Get educated.
Before you jump into any exercise program, you want to educate yourself.  If you are working with a personal trainer, they will educate you throughout your session.  The more you learn, the more motivated you may become. 
Progress, motivation, and rewards.
Seeing and feeling your progress is a great motivator and will help keep you on track.  For all your hard work, reward yourself!  When you reach a new goal, reward yourself with a massage, mani/pedi, etc.   
By Jacqueline

futurefitnessguru:

Starting to get into a fitness routine seems like a daunting task.  There are so many different exercise programs and conflicting information that it can be hard to sort out what is right and what isn’t.  Here are some simple tips for starting a fitness routine.

Set a date.

Start by picking three to four days a week that you can work out for at least 30 minutes.  Making a schedule is like making an appointment with yourself.  You can’t skip appointments so you can’t skip your workouts.

Get your gear.

It is important to invest in a good pair of running shoes with good cushioning and support.  You also want clothes that are comfortable for you to move in.  Getting a good water bottle is also important to cut back on plastic bottles and you should keep your water with you at all times.

Set Goals.

Setting manageable goals will help you stay motivated and give you something to work towards.  You can set a long term goal and then set smaller goals that will help you reach your long term goal. 

Consult with your doctor.

This is key especially as you get older.  Anyone with health risks, males 45 and older, and women 55 and older should get medical clearance.  Let your doctor know what your goals are and what you exercise routine is.  This will help them make sure that your routine is safe for you.

Nutrition.

You need to make sure your diet supports your lifestyle and goals.  If you don’t eat according to your goals, you won’t be able to meet them.  You can’t out eat a bad diet.  Also, with your increase in activity, your body will not function as well if you are eating an unhealthy diet.

Start slowly.

Rome wasn’t built in a day and neither will your body be.  As much as you want to jump into an intense exercise program, your body might be ready too.  Everyone starts at a different place and everyone is at their own place in their journey.  Just be patient.

Warm up and cool down.

Before you start your workout, you need to warm up your body.  I prefer dynamic stretching over static stretching.  You should spend a good 5 minutes warming up your body.  This helps reduce your chances of getting injured.  Make sure you spend a good 5 minutes cooling down after your workout.  For cool downs, I prefer static stretching.

Exercise using multiple muscle groups.

Working multiple muscle groups at a time burns more calories.  You don’t want to neglect a muscle group because that could cause muscular imbalances which leads to injury.

Get educated.

Before you jump into any exercise program, you want to educate yourself.  If you are working with a personal trainer, they will educate you throughout your session.  The more you learn, the more motivated you may become. 

Progress, motivation, and rewards.

Seeing and feeling your progress is a great motivator and will help keep you on track.  For all your hard work, reward yourself!  When you reach a new goal, reward yourself with a massage, mani/pedi, etc.   

By Jacqueline

Jul 24 '14
colorfulusagi:

« When we look back, everything seems better. Maybe it is true… And maybe, it’s just that we got worse in the meantime. »

colorfulusagi:

« When we look back, everything seems better. Maybe it is true… And maybe, it’s just that we got worse in the meantime. »

Jul 24 '14
crossfitters:

Emma Blaiser & Ericka Letendre by Normand Robert

crossfitters:

Emma Blaiser & Ericka Letendre by Normand Robert

Jul 24 '14
doingitformyself:

amymariestad:

because the wind is gonna blow no matter what.

This

doingitformyself:

amymariestad:

because the wind is gonna blow no matter what.

This

Jul 24 '14

(Source: fitnesstipsonly)

Jul 24 '14
"If at first you don’t succeed, destroy all evidence that you tried."
― Steven Wright (via psych-quotes)
Jul 24 '14
Jul 24 '14
Jul 24 '14

Nice list

(Source: fiti-vation)

Jul 24 '14
"when the boys pull your hair and push you to the ground
during recess
I promise not to tell you that it’s because they like you.
when the teachers call home to tell me that
you pushed them to the ground after you
I’ll take you out of school early and buy
you your favorite ice cream.
when you get older and the boys
try to touch you when you don’t want to be touched
I’ll look at you like the sun when you come home
with anger in your fists.
they all tell you not to fight fire with fire
but that is only because they are afraid of your flames.
when the boys yell after you like hyenas
you yell back, baby.
I will not teach you to be afraid of your anger
so that you look for it in others.
I will not make you be the better person
because you already are.
you wanna fight ‘em? fight ‘em.
don’t you dare apologize for the fierce love
you have for yourself
and the lengths you go to preserve it.
when the boys try to tell you to soften up
I hope you make them bleed with your edges.
I hope you remember that you are not theirs
that their disappointment in you is not yours.
when the boys come to your door with pretty words and
angry eyes
I hope you show them the anger in yours.
I hope you show them just how strong your mommy
thinks you are.
I hope you show them the animal they can’t always
see in their own reflection.
when the boys come with the intention of hurting you
my advice will always stay the same, my darling:
give ‘em hell."
when the boys come | Caitlyn S. (via friendzonked)

Though this is slightly unhealthy but I agree life would be better if kids/girls were taught to fight and defend themselves