iyfit:

onefitmodel:

beforeandafterfatlosspics:

eternalbones
Height: 4’10 / Before: 102 / After: 99
This is proof that scales are useless at measuring progress that one’s made in their fitness journeys. Although I’m only 3 pounds lighter, much of the fat on my body has been replaced with lean muscle mass. In 2012, I went from 120 lbs to 92 lbs. There wasn’t much to my body back then in terms of fat and also in terms of muscle. After I gained some of the weight back, I decided to recommit myself to pursuing the body I want. I wanted to reveal my progress photo to illustrate that squats work, lifting / toning works, clean eating works and above all dedication pays off. I’m proud of how far I’ve overcome and achieved thus far; this is only the beginning. 

Okay this is so, so amazing do you guys realise what a short time period this was over?! I am so proud and amazed! You look soo hot!

Proof that focus should be on eating healthy and building muscle, rather than losing weight and counting calories.

fitvillains:

A list of your muscles: where they are, what they do and some exercises to help strengthen them.

s-taymotivated:

ungothic:

exercising would be so much more rewarding if calories screamed when you burned them

motivational fitness and healthy eating blog! 

arthlete:

Fitness motivation from a Simpson? Who knew!

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