Anne Sullivan Macy
Ever upward. #neverstopmoving / on Instagram http://instagr.am/p/VKzFcyLnP6/
MOTIVATION: announcing febSHRED!
Want to make this your best February ever? Want a second swing at kicking off your 2013 fitness goals? Boom. Done. You’re in!
It’s simple: commit to 22 workouts this February.
Email YES to firstname.lastname@example.org because:
1) You’ll get motivational emails delivered straight to you in bed (or wherever you read your morning emails) to ensure you meet your 22 workout goal.
2) You’ll get access to the GROUP WORKOUT LOG where we all track our 22 workouts.
3) You can stop thinking about how, if, when, why you’ll tighten up your workout game. The febSHRED is free, simple, and clear. Most importantly, it’s DOABLE.
“Don’t count the days. Make the days count.”
MOTIVATION: never quit.
If this kid can’t get you up and moving then you ain’t got a pulse. #inspiration
What’s your Space Jam? #kidpresident
Go conquer today. #startnow
Running buddies reunited!! Jen and I busted out four miles at 630am all around DC’s national mall. Dramatic views, great company and mild weather. Amazing! #run / on Instagram http://instagr.am/p/VEUehZLnOf/
DIY Core Fusion hotel gym style. / on Instagram http://instagr.am/p/VBuDpULnFO/
Snow on the ground outside. Treadmill action outside. #noexcuses Workout #22 of the 22 workout challenge! Going for more…. #januaryjumpstart #bringitonfeb / on Instagram http://instagr.am/p/U8sIbNrnNP/
SWEATstyle: the trainers edition. #nike #manrepeller
Track: Get By
Artist: Talib Kweli
Workout #21 of 22 in January!! Almost to the goal! Bring it on Feb!! #januaryjumpstart Who wants in the MYB #febshred??? / on Instagram http://instagr.am/p/U6NAMnrnAi/
We’ve all been there. Maybe it’s a fitness babe thing, but I’m guessing it’s hit a couple dudes along the way. You’re in a dark cycling class and it’s 45 minutes into the 50 minute set. You’re pushing way past your comfort zone and just when your mind can’t push your body through one more pedal, your gut releases that extra supply of courage and your legs speed up again. Meanwhile your instructor is yelling motivational quotes in the air and while during minutes 1 - 44 you weren’t really feeling it, all of a sudden the words are speaking directly to you and only you. It’s like the instructor knows exactly what kind of tough day, rough week or challenging month you’ve had and is personally talking directly at you. As your legs speed through and your heart is about to explode out of your chest and your last bits of energy are sweating out of every pore, it hits you: “WTF am I crying?!”
It’s not always a weeping sad cry. It’s more of a moist eye release — in technical terms. But in non-technical terms, it’s all that BS we keep deep down inside coming out. It’s all that crap we stress over and the anxiety was obsess over exiting the body. When we sweat and workout, we don’t just release toxins and energy — emotions are wrapped up in that, too. Whether it’s at the end of a yoga class on a heavy day, during a tough workout class you barely survived or a long run you push yourself through to reach your maximum mileage, sometimes your insides need to sweat it out too. And that’s what we call “tears of sweat.” Let it all out!
Emily @ Move Your Booty
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A freezing 11 degrees outside. Hot and sweaty inside the gym. #gymaction #sweateveryday / on Instagram http://instagr.am/p/U0_pkHLnPU/
Kristin Armstrong, The Burn, Mile Markers blog, Runner’s World