fitnessfoodfabulous:

Fitness Food Fabulous Fitblr Giveaway!!! 
Whats Included: 
1. Purple Gaiam Yoga Mat
2. Hamilton Beach Single Serve Blender with travel lid
3. Embark Medium resistance cord
4. Valeo adjustable 10’ speed jumping rope
5. Kim Kardashian Fit in Your Jeans by Friday Amazing Abs body sculpt (even if you hate her this is a GREAT workout)
Rules: 
-You must be following me http://fitnessfoodfabulous.tumblr.com
-You may reblog only twice, you will be disqualified if you reblog more than twice (sorry I want to give everyone an equal chance)
-You must be a healthy active fitblr
-If not 18 or older must have parents permission for me to send this to you
-1 like will count towards your chances
-I will pick a random winner using random.org
The dealing in June 30!!! I will pick the winner July 1st!
GOOD LUCK!



workout-workhard-loveyourself:

May Issue of Cosmopolitan: 9 Foods That Melt Away Flab!
1. EggsVitamin B12in the yolk helps your body torch fat. Plus, they are super filling and starve off binges.
2. Peanut ButterCreamy or chunky, it’s a source of magnesium, which powers cells to metabolize energy. efficiently.
3. AvocadoIt’s high in craving-quelling “good” fat and rich in L-carnitine, an amino acid that fires up your body’s engine.
4. Sirloin BurgerMade with 90% lean beaf, it’s like pure protein, which takes more energy to digest than fat or carbs.
5. CheeseConjugated linoleic acid in dairy helps your body burn fat. Go with a tangy, creamy kind that satisfies your palate.  
6. PicklesA medium pickle is only 7 calories - you’ll burn more energy digesting this salty, crunchy veggie.
7. Green TeaIt’s teeming with catechins, antioxidants that studies show destroy body fat. Plus, caffeine gives your system a metabolic jump.
8. YogurtRegular and low-fat kinds have probiotics, bacteria that may reduce the amount of fat that your body absorbs.
9. QuinoaBecause your body works hard digesting this protein-packed whole grain, you burn off extra calories. 

Snickerdoodle Blondies. (Vegan, 72 calories a piece!)

-1 can chickpeas (240g drained), 3 tbsp peanut butter, 1 tbsp apple sauce, 1/2 cup brown sugar, 2 tsp vanilla, 2 tsp cinnamon, 3/4 tsp baking powder, 1/4 tsp baking soda, 1/6 cup oatbran or flour.

  • Put everything in to a food processor and blend until combined, producing a thick, fudgey consistency. Pour in to a tinfoil lined 8x8 tin and bake for 30-35 minutes at 175C/350F.
  • Allow to cool for at least ten minutes before removing from the pan, as they firm up a little when cooling. They will still be relatively gooey when you take them out of the oven. Cut in to 16, enjoy!

These are surprisingly delicious. It just tastes like fudgey peanut-buttery cinnamon goodness. 6 people have tried them, and no one guessed there was chickpeas in there! :)

[Edit: Don’t reduce the sugar content. I made one with 3/4 cup, one with 1/2 cup, one with 1/4 cup and 1/4 cup was too savoury.]

createcreatively:

Ghost Reef Fiber Art by cornflowerbluestudio
skinny-thoughts:

girlgrowingsmall:

skinny-thoughts:

It’s crazy looking back at how far I’ve come. Definitely a new person. :)

Well this is… this… uh… *saves to favorites folder*

The middle picture on the left blows my mind still. 

losing2win4everything:

He has charm that’s simply indescribable

thefitty:

(via imgTumble)
50lbsproject:

before-and-after-pictures:

From 165 to 139 pounds.
January 9th to April 15th.
10-15 minutes on either Treadmill or Elliptical, then
Main 4 exercises: Squats, Lunges, Lat pull downs, Seated cable rows.
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Follow for before and afters every day!

damn.