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Height: 5’1 (155 cm)
Age: 23
HW: 152
UGW: Happy and Healthy

This is not a diet, this is a life change.
Within this blog you will find:
Positive body image, motivation, healthy food and recipes, exercises, and encouragement.

I do not follow proana/promia, negative, non-fitness related or unhealthy blogs.
Feel free to send questions/advice/encouragement to my ask box.

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since 2/4

My Workout For Sunday July 22

Pretty good for a day I wasn’t going to workout, right?


My Workout For Tuesday July 17


I got a fitocracy account. Click here and go follow me!

I got a fitocracy account. Click here and go follow me!


About 20 lbs lost, done the healthy way. 
First picture is from October 2010. Second is from March 2012.
Still a bit more to go, but there’s definitely progress!

About 20 lbs lost, done the healthy way.

First picture is from October 2010. Second is from March 2012.

Still a bit more to go, but there’s definitely progress!


Follow these fitblrs!


Promo Time.

First 5 fitblrs.

reblogs only.

Must be following wonderfit.tumblr.com


My yoga mat and tiny weights. Once I have some money I’m gonna get some nice big ones. :)

My yoga mat and tiny weights. Once I have some money I’m gonna get some nice big ones. :)


Check out my new food blog!

http://wonder-food.tumblr.com/

http://wonder-food.tumblr.com/

http://wonder-food.tumblr.com/

If you like the food pictures I post on this blog follow my new one which will be entirely food pictures and recipes.



(Source: wonderfit)


(Source: wonderfit)


Follow this girl!

Jan 29th at 4PM / tagged: fitblr. fitness. weight loss. / 0 notes

Level 1 of the 30 Day Shred.

If you want a great workout I suggest you re-blog/like so you don’t lose it!

(Source: wonderfit)


So I’m gonna admit it.

I really don’t understand protein, I know it’s good for you and you should consume more of it to build muscle, but I really don’t have a firm grasp of like, how much, and when, and how much is too much.

Can anyone explain or send me a helpful link or something?