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animasana:


Should runners be stretching before a run, or not at all    

Dynamic stretches before a run, passive stretches (in the pictures above) after a run.

animasana:

Should runners be stretching before a run, or not at all   

Dynamic stretches before a run, passive stretches (in the pictures above) after a run.

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blackbabesupremacy:

the-exercist:

jormancomegato:

Stay fit and healty with us … #gymmaniacs #gymmemes #gymmeme #funny #muscle #fit #fitness #nutrition #health #healthy #bodybuilder #bodybuilding #gym #lift #workout #doyoueven #inspiration #motivation

Women be like: I’m doing single-arm rows right now, where the proper form requires me to bend over with a slightly arched back and look upwards to maintain that posture. With my body shape, it is physically impossible to do this without sticking out my chest somewhat. So just because I’m executing good form doesn’t mean that I want to be stared at.
Women be like: Designers specifically make these athletic clothes for women like me who workout in a gym that tends to reach high temperatures, especially when I’m so active, so my light clothing doesn’t necessarily mean that I want a dude’s attention. It just means that the room is too hot to wear layers, these clothes give me greater mobility, and I like the way that they look and feel on me. 
Guys be like: I look at a lot of softcore gym porn and know that women typically don’t act like this in daily life, but I enjoy objectifying them anyway and like to justify my complete lack of respect towards them by placing the blame entirely on their shoulders. Blaming women for my attention allows me to never acknowledge how creepy and disrespectful my own actions may be. 
Guys need to be like: A woman’s clothing is not consent. 

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blackbabesupremacy:

the-exercist:

jormancomegato:

Stay fit and healty with us … #gymmaniacs #gymmemes #gymmeme #funny #muscle #fit #fitness #nutrition #health #healthy #bodybuilder #bodybuilding #gym #lift #workout #doyoueven #inspiration #motivation

Women be like: I’m doing single-arm rows right now, where the proper form requires me to bend over with a slightly arched back and look upwards to maintain that posture. With my body shape, it is physically impossible to do this without sticking out my chest somewhat. So just because I’m executing good form doesn’t mean that I want to be stared at.

Women be like: Designers specifically make these athletic clothes for women like me who workout in a gym that tends to reach high temperatures, especially when I’m so active, so my light clothing doesn’t necessarily mean that I want a dude’s attention. It just means that the room is too hot to wear layers, these clothes give me greater mobility, and I like the way that they look and feel on me. 

Guys be like: I look at a lot of softcore gym porn and know that women typically don’t act like this in daily life, but I enjoy objectifying them anyway and like to justify my complete lack of respect towards them by placing the blame entirely on their shoulders. Blaming women for my attention allows me to never acknowledge how creepy and disrespectful my own actions may be. 

Guys need to be like: A woman’s clothing is not consent. 

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sketchyblondes:

phillyqueerbrunch:

Some ideas to get you thinking about what you might want to do for the baby queer (baby trans/baby dyke/baby bi/baby gay) themed zine we’ll put together at Sunday (Oct 5th)’s brunch <3

1. do you have advice you’d want to give to your younger self?
2. write about coming out and dating a woman for the first time at age 40
3. that time you kissed your best friend in kindergarten and never talked about it until you were 20
4. the first time you came out. 
5. the 10th time you came out.
6. having crushes on girls in 7th grade and not knowing they were crushes because girls only had crushes on boys
7. the first time you found a label that fit you.
8. the fourth time you found a label that fit you. 
9. the first time you found pronouns that fit you.
10. illustrate the transformation of your aesthetic
11. the first time you kissed someone you were into and thought “WOW. so this is how it’s supposed to feel.”
12. how much you HATE the term “baby gay”
13. how it took you a while to find a queer community that felt like home
14. the things you google searched when you were closeted
15. feeling pressured to be more or less sexual than you wanted to be your freshman year of college
16. the first time you were betrayed by the racism in the queer and trans community
17. how the queer and trans community helped you work through your internalized misogyny
18. a thank you letter to the older queer and trans folks who mentored you
19. write about having a crush on your straight best friend in the style of a greek tragedy (because we know it was that painful)
20. the playlist that got you through your angsty teenage years
21. all the self-destructive ways you tried to make yourself straight or make yourself the gender you were assigned
22. Justifying your attraction to women by saying that women’s bodies are just more sexualized under patriarchy
23. Telling yourself you must be straight since you get off to Harry Potter slash fanfiction about Sirius and Remus (men!)
24. What kept you alive when you didn’t want to be
25. What your 16 year old self thought your life would be like at this point vs. what it actually is
26. Your feelings about the It Gets Better Project
27. Whether or not you approve of the way MTV’s Faking It portrays the confused teen queer experience
28. If you still have poems you wrote when you were a teenager, please put them in!!
29. The first time you were in a space where the majority of the people were trans like you
30. A love letter to your 17 year old self
And remember if you want to sign up for our mailing list you can do so here: http://eepurl.com/3bCA5

So I had fun putting these together. Feel free to add your own ideas even if you can’t come to the brunch in Philly!

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phillyqueerbrunch:

Remember to follow us on twitter @PHLQueerBrunch &lt;3

phillyqueerbrunch:

Remember to follow us on twitter @PHLQueerBrunch <3

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Anonymous said: Have you heard about Trinity Arsenault? At 14, she just became the youngest person to complete the swim across lake ontario. AND her mother made the swim in 2011.

no I haven’t! that’s awesome! go her. 

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sassyyogi:

Managed to get on the mat today, managed to relax a little, and managed to revamp my website’s layout! 😊 Do check it out, and let me know what you think! Happy weekend! 💚 (at www.sassy-yogi.com)

sassyyogi:

Managed to get on the mat today, managed to relax a little, and managed to revamp my website’s layout! 😊 Do check it out, and let me know what you think! Happy weekend! 💚 (at www.sassy-yogi.com)

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rollingmaul:

Women’s Interprovincial Series:

LEINSTER 27 - 6 Ulster

MUNSTER 9 - 7 Connacht

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thehappyfatgirl:

Take up as much or as little space as you want, it is nobody else’s business!

thehappyfatgirl:

Take up as much or as little space as you want, it is nobody else’s business!

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womenandsports:

Sifan Hasan of Europe celebrates after winning the Womens 1500m Final during Day two of the IAAF Continental Cup at the Stade de Marrakech on September 14, 2014 in Marrakech, Morocco. (September 13, 2014 - Source: Matthew Lewis/Getty Images Europe) (via IAAF Continental Cup - Day 2 - Pictures - Zimbio)

womenandsports:

Sifan Hasan of Europe celebrates after winning the Womens 1500m Final during Day two of the IAAF Continental Cup at the Stade de Marrakech on September 14, 2014 in Marrakech, Morocco.
(September 13, 2014 - Source: Matthew Lewis/Getty Images Europe) (via IAAF Continental Cup - Day 2 - Pictures - Zimbio)

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big-gal-yoga:

#SizeDoesntMatter Week 2 by @mynameisjessamyn and @yoga_davina
Today I really needed some yoga to calm me down a bit after a tiring sad day saying goodbye to my 6 year old cat Mijo. So emotionally drained all day from the loss of my little buddy. I’ll always miss his headbutts.

big-gal-yoga:

#SizeDoesntMatter Week 2 by @mynameisjessamyn and @yoga_davina

Today I really needed some yoga to calm me down a bit after a tiring sad day saying goodbye to my 6 year old cat Mijo. So emotionally drained all day from the loss of my little buddy. I’ll always miss his headbutts.

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