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how many of you are familiar with bodyrock.tv? i have been hearing so much lately about the body rock program, how happy people are with the results, etc! but when i went to the site, i’ll admit i was a little overwhelmed and felt it had a lack of organization.. who here has done the program, or even any of the workouts? how do you like it? did you see fast results? was it easy or hard for you? help me out! :) love you guys!
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would love to give this a try! anyone ever done this? is it good? reccomendations?
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the ultimate inspiration. flexibility, strength, balance.. peace.
20 Quick and Healthy Breakfast Ideas
- Raspberry orange pomegranate smoothie
- Poppy seed bagel with lox and fixins
- Kashi Heart to Heart cereal with fresh raspberries and 1% milk
- Whole wheat banana chocolate chip muffin
- Peanut butter yogurt dip
- Quinoa porridge
- The Green Monsta – spinach, apple, and avocado smoothie
- Egg sandwich with baby spinach
- Whole wheat waffles with peanut butter and sliced bananas
- Whole wheat French toast kabobs with fresh fruit
- Peanut butter and jelly on an English muffin
- Old fashioned oats with kiwi, banana, mango, and grapes
- Multigrain Cheerios with milk and a banana
- Greek yogurt with fresh berries and a sprinkle of Grape Nuts
- 1/2 bagel with reduced fat cream cheese, 1 fried egg, sauteed red and green peppers
- Breakfast Bruschetta
- Pomegranate Parfait with Greek yogurt, Kashi Go Lean, pomegranate seeds
- Trail mix with pecans, dried cherries, dried golden raisins, almonds, cashews, dark chocolate chips, Puffins cereal
- Ezekiel bread toasted with cashew nut butter and sliced persimmon
- 1/2 red grapefruit, 1 slice of Ezekiel bread toasted and 2 hard boiled eggs
YUM BREAKFAST ALLLL DAYYY LOONNGG.
my favourite meal ever.
Not all of these are vegan but some of them could easily be made so! Looks yummy!
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one of my very favorite quotes.
“Blessed are the flexible, for they shall not be bent out of shape.”
“Yoga is about clearing away whatever is in us that prevents our living in the most full and whole way. With yoga, we become aware of how and where we are restricted — in body, mind, and heart — and how gradually to open and release these blockages. As these blockages are cleared, our energy is freed. We start to feel more harmonious, more at one with ourselves. Our lives begin to flow — or we begin to flow more in our lives.” - Cybele Tomlinson
This is amazing.
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this is not my typical post. this is something i just need to say. please, bear with me.
a week or so ago, i stepped on the scale, expecting nothing stellar.
but what did i see?
i saw my ultimate goal weight.
now most people think that reaching your ultimate goal weight is automatically going to make all your problems wash away. you will be 100% happy, you will wear whatever you want, heck, you’ll strip naked and run up and down the streets shouting “I’M THIN!”
this isn’t what happened to me. in fact,
it was almost a dissapointment.
the high expectations i had for when i saw this “magical number” had set me up for a let down. i still thought i looked the same as i had a couple weeks before, when the number on the scale danced above this UGW.
this is when a realization hit me.
the thing i had been preaching, but not practicing.
the number on the scale DOES NOT MATTER.
coming from a girl who has seen the magic number on her scale, i guarantee it will not change a thing if you don’t love yourself as is.
if you don’t love your body, if you don’t love your achievements, if you don’t have a certain sense of confidence and pride in yourself, an ultimate goal weight means nothing.
and from that day on, i promised that the scale meant nothing to me.
i didn’t care what that number was-
i cared about being healthy, happy, and learning to love myself.
this is something i work on every day- self acceptance.
i only hope that someday, i will be one with myself.
sorry for my ranting. i just had to say something about it.
never base your fitness goals on a number.
base it on a lifestyle.
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