ruggedgrace:

We have learned to value all kinds of strong bodies…because our bodies are strong in all sorts of ways, shapes, and sizes.

This is exactly why i play Rugby

iamjayvccp:

i think he is taking this pretty serious since he knows the whole dance

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muffintop-less:

Everyone knows that lifting makes women big, bulky, and less desirable. But, do they know the reasons why? I compiled my top ten reasons as to why women should NEVER EVER even think about touching a weight. Ever. 

1. You will find less and less that you are asked to go to the kitchen and make a sandwich. What will you do with all that free time?!? 

2. Men on the Internet will tell you that you are too big. Can you handle no longer being the object of a stranger’s fantasy?

3. Pants won’t fit because your butt has gotten so big. Imagine actually filling out a pair of pants, the horror!! 

4. Your children might see that a woman can be something more than a frail object meant to please a man. Challenging the status quo is never a good thing.

5. You can eat a much larger amount of delicious food and not gain a pound. Disgusting! Pass the tofu and skim milk please.

6. Men will avoid you at the gym when you lift more than they do. How are you supposed to know how to lift without their constant coaching?

7. You will be able to open a pickle jar without a man or a knife. No one should possess that much raw power.

8. Your bones will maintain a thick density throughout your life. Do you really want to rob a surgeon of your money for osteoporosis treatment?

9. Heavy lifting can be as diverse as you want to make it. Your time would be much better spent on a treadmill every day watching CNN.

10. You will be shunned from old friends that want you to go clubbing every night. Those are the kinds of friends you just don’t want to lose. 

By: Brandon Morrison @liftbigeatbig 

This amazing compilation was just too sarcastically awesome not to post 
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Photo by: @neveuxstudios

toethefinishline:

dontstoptriing:

feelingoftemptation:

helloyoucreatives:

Doughnuts are bad for you. 

awesome job, Krispy Kreme

I’m pretty sure a krispy kreme ad just summarized my views on health better than I can.

I love this!! 


longliveletlive:

specialagentofthelamb:

This woman deserves a round of applause and a throne of gold. This is the most realistic & amazing thing for someone to say for this generation of students. I wasn’t able to go to college this year because my parents can’t afford to send me and I had every scholarship, grant, loan known to man and it still wouldn’t work. Finally someone gets it!

Can she be president? Because Im 30 deep now for not paying and building up some more because Im back in school. 

im 130,000 deep and i agree. its obscene.

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weaponsgradegains:

Squat
Bench
Dead. 

Date someone who makes you feel like you’ve gotten an extra hour in the ball pit.
(via expiration-date)

we played some rugby


mightyhealthyquest:

A little message to myself and anyone else beginning there fitness journey :)

healthyfitlife-blog:

Lol lifting is my fav!

Fit Life

female-formaldehyde said:Maybe try physical therapy tags?

Thats a fantastic idea. I looked it up but mostly it was for people with very serious issues like missing limbs or scoliosis. I’m sure there are other people out there like me who’ve had an injury and are part of the long rehab process so i just have to keep looking for them.


I can finally do full pushups without pain in my plated shoulder.

Most impact no longer hurts

The nerves are healing and I’m gaining sensation on my skin surface

I still have to use the barbell pad, but I’m hoping that within the next few months, that will stop as well.

My scar is still awesome

I’ve notived that there are like - ZERO injury recovery blogs. So I’m just gonna put this out there - If anyone who is injured needs someone to vent to, or needs some on to sympathise with, or anything at all, You are 100% okay to message me.