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Usually before and after pictures are of people losing weight, but for me the 50+ pounds I’ve gained over the past 4 years are a personal triumph. Recovering from an eating disorder is a long road, but I’ve learned to value my life and my body and now I’m the healthiest (physically and mentally) I’ve ever been. I used to blackout after jogging half a mile, but just this passed weekend I hiked 12 miles without issue. Seeing all the incredible things my body can do through yoga, trail running, and rugby has really helped me finally love myself no matter what size.


Like seriously, why isn’t pole dancing an olympic sport? This is freakin gymnastics. This is strength and skill. This is not sexual whatsoever. Why does pole dancing have to be so stigmatised as a sexual thing that only strippers do? I have great respect for all people who can pull this off. This is art and beauty right here. 

I wish I had this kind of hella awesome talent…

"A runner is a miser, spending the pennies of his energy with great stinginess, constantly wanting to know how much he has spent and how much longer he will be expected to pay. He wants to be broke precisely the moment he no longer needs his coin." - John Parker, Once a Runner
This is perfection.

Reasons why October is the best month:

  • Cold but dry weather 
  • Everything is pretty colours
  • Pumpkin pie
  • Pumpkin coffee
  • Everything being made to look spooky
  • Horror movies on TV all the time
  • Halloween
  • Jumper weather
  • Dressing up as scary things
  • Hot drinks
  • Lots of sweets

(Source: this-tragic-affair, via progressnotperfection21)



The best way to add mileage to your long runs is to just get extremely lost

story of my life

(via runbecauseyouloveto)


more of this here!<3


Best training group. Schumacher´s squad.



So today I started off with a comment ‘Hey, you do not look like a runner’
referring to the fact I am not ‘slim and muscular’ Whatever that may seems.
Like running fast or far is only for skinny people with sixpacks. Running is for everyone. Wheter you are fat, skinny, have visible abs or don’t
Never. Let. Anyone. Tell. You. You. Are. Not. A. Runner.

If you get out there, kill the miles, wheter it’s fast or slow. 
You are a runner.

(via darebeingyou)


These Buffalicous gals 😘