Low-Fat Roxy

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Mar 4
And this is why roller derby is my activity of choice. No pants required!

And this is why roller derby is my activity of choice. No pants required!

Feb 7

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Feb 7
hellogiggles:

WATCH THE “FAT GIRL DANCING” VIDEO THAT STARTED THE NO SHAME BODY CAMPAIGNby HelloGiggles Team http://ift.tt/1bDIad1

hellogiggles:

WATCH THE “FAT GIRL DANCING” VIDEO THAT STARTED THE NO SHAME BODY CAMPAIGN

by HelloGiggles Team

http://ift.tt/1bDIad1
Feb 7

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Feb 1
An hour of on skates training followed by an hour of high intensity working out? NAILED IT.

An hour of on skates training followed by an hour of high intensity working out? NAILED IT.

be-healthybehappy:

Healthy flourless chickpea blondies! Made with almond butter, dark chocolate, chickpeas, and raw honey :) stuck to the recipe (except for switching from maple syrup to raw honey, the recipe is originally vegan). Also the baking time took longer than the recipe called for, but they firmed up to the perfect texture once they cooled down. They’re freakin delicious!

Here’s the original recipe:
http://www.ambitiouskitchen.com/2013/04/flourless-chocolate-chip-chickpea-blondies-with-sea-salt-vegan-gluten-free-healthy/

healthandfitblr:

✿ daily fitspo ✿

healthandfitblr:

✿ daily fitspo ✿

(Source: just-healthy-fitness)

My biggest food weakness is trail mix. I CANNOT have it in the house, because 1/4 cup is not an acceptable portion.

In fact, trail mix portion control DOES NOT EXIST. halp. get-it-out-of-the-house.

When you find something you love to do, working out feels less like WORK and more like FUN. Should we call it “funning out”? No? Sorry, I tried.

When you find something you love to do, working out feels less like WORK and more like FUN. Should we call it “funning out”? No? Sorry, I tried.


I weighed in at exactly the same weight this year as I did last year at the doctor’s office. Despite maintaining a clean diet and putting in at least 6 hours of hard exercise a week, I weighed the same. It’s so hard to ignore the number on the scale, even after over 2 years of transforming my life and losing 60 lbs. My doctor gave me the best advice a doctor could give: ignore the scale, ignore BMI. He said, “You are a muscular woman, and that is going to make you heavier, weight-wise. There is nothing wrong with that. If you want to be muscular, be muscular. You look great. You are active and healthy, and that is more important than numbers.” Same weight, but I see a difference. On the inside and out!

I weighed in at exactly the same weight this year as I did last year at the doctor’s office. Despite maintaining a clean diet and putting in at least 6 hours of hard exercise a week, I weighed the same. It’s so hard to ignore the number on the scale, even after over 2 years of transforming my life and losing 60 lbs. My doctor gave me the best advice a doctor could give: ignore the scale, ignore BMI. He said, “You are a muscular woman, and that is going to make you heavier, weight-wise. There is nothing wrong with that. If you want to be muscular, be muscular. You look great. You are active and healthy, and that is more important than numbers.” Same weight, but I see a difference. On the inside and out!