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eatcleanmakechanges:

so many things about this are right.

eatcleanmakechanges:

so many things about this are right.

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fit-friendship:

No thanks, ill take the stairs.

fit-friendship:

No thanks, ill take the stairs.

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must. do. these.

must. do. these.

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an apology…

Hello lovelies. Obviously, I haven’t posted anything in, well, forever. Why? I’ve been following my own advice: I’ve been spending all the time i used to spend looking at fitspo, running. And today, I ran the seattle marathon. That’s right! 26.2 MILES! I sprained (or whatevered) my ankle at mile 17 and ran/walk/shuffled the last 9 miles to finish in 4:38:08. But the important thing was that I finished. I was the only girl under 18. If you can’t tell already, I’ve never felt more accomplished… or stiff and achey. But thank you thank you thank you for dealing with my haitus. Now that I’m not marathon training (at least for now… I’ll have to let my ankle heal and then maybe I’ll get around to beating that time) I’ll be posting like a maniac. Also, ASK QUESTIONS. I’m more than eager to give advice, about running, marathoning, cross training, or just about anything else. xoxo

eatcleanmakechanges:

so many things about this are right.

eatcleanmakechanges:

so many things about this are right.

(via thisthinisinprogress)

fit-friendship:

No thanks, ill take the stairs.

fit-friendship:

No thanks, ill take the stairs.

(Source: berryhealthy, via lovely-collarb0nes-deactivated2)

(via strong-er)

(Source: health-wellbeing, via bootify)

(Source: fitblahg, via healthy-slim-fit)

must. do. these.

must. do. these.

(via healthy-slim-fit)

an apology…

Hello lovelies. Obviously, I haven’t posted anything in, well, forever. Why? I’ve been following my own advice: I’ve been spending all the time i used to spend looking at fitspo, running. And today, I ran the seattle marathon. That’s right! 26.2 MILES! I sprained (or whatevered) my ankle at mile 17 and ran/walk/shuffled the last 9 miles to finish in 4:38:08. But the important thing was that I finished. I was the only girl under 18. If you can’t tell already, I’ve never felt more accomplished… or stiff and achey. But thank you thank you thank you for dealing with my haitus. Now that I’m not marathon training (at least for now… I’ll have to let my ankle heal and then maybe I’ll get around to beating that time) I’ll be posting like a maniac. Also, ASK QUESTIONS. I’m more than eager to give advice, about running, marathoning, cross training, or just about anything else. xoxo

an apology…

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