the inflexible yogi: bodyweight only bodyrock.tv workouts

keepcalmandnamaste:

THIS is an interval timer. you will need it for almost all of these workouts!

WORKOUTS

fierce friday - 4 rounds for time

amazing abs - 12 minutes intervals

600 rep fat burn - 2 rounds for time

4 minute workout - 4 minutes intervals

run the world - 12 minutes intervals

hot attack - 12 minutes intervals

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weightloss170:

The ONLY thing I had trouble with was the second set of Mountain Climbers. For some reason I thought my legs were going to fall off… Lol.

weightloss170:

The ONLY thing I had trouble with was the second set of Mountain Climbers. For some reason I thought my legs were going to fall off… Lol.

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fuck-yo-shit:

worth a shot eh?

fuck-yo-shit:

worth a shot eh?

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hipsterfood:

cooking in bulk - a cheap, healthy alternative to frozen meals
you know what’s terrible for you? every processed meal you see in the freezer section of your grocery store. i don’t care if it says healthy, natural, low fat, or anything else - they’re expensive and not good for your health. most are high in sodium and full of ingredients you can’t pronounce.
make this on a sunday night, and you won’t have to rush and worry about what you’re bringing to school/work for the rest of the week.
it’s simple: cook up some rice, beans, and quickly steam up a few vegetables. add in different spices in each container to change up your meals. change the food ratios if you need more specific nutrients than others. 
the cost breakdown:
4 cups rice - about $1.00 (buy rice in large bags from an asian market!)
3 cups black beans - $1.29 (dried in a bag)
3 heads broccoli - $1.50
1 bag baby carrots - $1.00
total for 7 lunches, not counting different spices = about $5.00
this might not be a glamorous idea, but it could be life altering to those of you who think eating healthy is too expensive, too time consuming, and not appetizing enough.

hipsterfood:

cooking in bulk - a cheap, healthy alternative to frozen meals

you know what’s terrible for you? every processed meal you see in the freezer section of your grocery store. i don’t care if it says healthy, natural, low fat, or anything else - they’re expensive and not good for your health. most are high in sodium and full of ingredients you can’t pronounce.

make this on a sunday night, and you won’t have to rush and worry about what you’re bringing to school/work for the rest of the week.

it’s simple: cook up some rice, beans, and quickly steam up a few vegetables. add in different spices in each container to change up your meals. change the food ratios if you need more specific nutrients than others. 

the cost breakdown:

  • 4 cups rice - about $1.00 (buy rice in large bags from an asian market!)
  • 3 cups black beans - $1.29 (dried in a bag)
  • 3 heads broccoli - $1.50
  • 1 bag baby carrots - $1.00
  • total for 7 lunches, not counting different spices = about $5.00

this might not be a glamorous idea, but it could be life altering to those of you who think eating healthy is too expensive, too time consuming, and not appetizing enough.

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unstoppable100:

Healthy and low-cal desert recipe. If you have any good recipes, send them to me and I’ll give you cred.

unstoppable100:

Healthy and low-cal desert recipe. If you have any good recipes, send them to me and I’ll give you cred.


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icecoffeeandbluejeans:

thinking about…

icecoffeeandbluejeans:

thinking about…


jencol:

 If I didn’t already get made fun of enough for my headphones at work, I’d snap these up in the heartbeat. 
Rawr. 
(Check ‘em out here.)

jencol:

 If I didn’t already get made fun of enough for my headphones at work, I’d snap these up in the heartbeat. 

Rawr. 

(Check ‘em out here.)

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