before-and-after-pictures:

Check out www.lovesweatfitness.tumblr.com I have lost 40 lbs from 160lbs to 120lbs doing it the healthy way! I am now a personal trainer and fitness blogger :) I love sharing all the tips and plans that worked for me to help others get and stay fit!
#fitspo #fitness #transformation #healthy

before-and-after-pictures:

Check out www.lovesweatfitness.tumblr.com I have lost 40 lbs from 160lbs to 120lbs doing it the healthy way! I am now a personal trainer and fitness blogger :) I love sharing all the tips and plans that worked for me to help others get and stay fit!

#fitspo #fitness #transformation #healthy

before-and-after-pictures:

Lucia Tonelli
Stricter diet and cardio/abs!
Went from 145lbs-120lbs

before-and-after-pictures:

Lucia Tonelli

Stricter diet and cardio/abs!

Went from 145lbs-120lbs

hard-workpaysoff:

Hey guys, so I am releasing this early just to get everybody prepared for it and to give everyone and idea of what this challenge is going to be like! So here we go :D 

This challenge starts on May 26th and finishes on June 1st! However you are more than welcome to continue doing this HIIT workout if you really enjoy it :D

Here is a TIMER to help you guys keep track of the exercise and break times!

HOW IT WORKS! 

Start with Round 1. Complete all three sets in Round 1 - including the rests - and then move on to Round 2 and it is the same concept all the way to the finish. This HIIT workout is 18 minutes long. Please do a good warm-up before hand and a good cool down afterwards to prevent injury and help your body be able to work to its full potential!

Our goal is to complete this workout for a minimum of 3 times this week and have lots of fun!

Beginners - Although it is great to try and just go full out. I suggest taking it easy and doing the first set of each round - including the rests - It will be 6 minutes long but I promise you will still get a workout out of it.  

Intermediate - I recommend doing the first two sets of each round.  This will be 12 minutes long and should be really working you hard. 

Advanced - I expect you to be doing the full thing ;) The full 18 minutes. Do it. 

Although, I am putting these up merely as a guideline. If you feel like you are capable please do the full thing, please, just don’t hurt yourself. If you have any knee injuries please be careful during the squats and burpees. If you have any wrist problems be careful during the push ups and squat thrusts/floor sprints. If you must stop please stop but try and keep going and work to your full potential! Use your rests wisely. Do some deep breathing to get your heart rate calm so you can go full out in the next set. DRINK WATER!

HOW TO DO THE EXERCISES!

Burpees - Normally I assume that everyone knows what burpees are because well, everyone I know hates them haha. That’s why they’re in here because they are hated. We are going to learn to love them because they are effective! But if you don’t know what they are, here is a video to show you! Make sure you are light on your knees, and land toe-ball-heel. 

Squat Jumps - Here is a video! When squatting keep your chest up, be soft on the knees. Jump straight up into the air and when landing, land toe-ball-heel. You should land soft on the ground. Keep your weight on your heels. 

High Knees - Simple running on the spot guys but get your knees up to hip height! Really push yourself. Keep your elbows strong and core engaged. 

Squat Thrusts - Here is a video! These are so good for your abs! Keep your weight over your hands (shoulders over hands) to increase difficulty but not too much because otherwise it will mess with your form. Make sure your body isn’t too high and that your back isn’t too arched. You want everything in line. 

Floor Sprints/Mountain Climbers - Here is a video! Again another great one for your abs. Same concept as the exercise above and some position just this time alternating the legs! 

Push Ups - We all know what these are! Modification is to take it onto your knees and then further into box push up and if you can’t do that then push up against the wall! However try your very hardest to get as many full push ups as you can! We really want to work!

V Push Ups - Here is a video! This one is slightly difficult, it should work your triceps! The video quality isn’t great but that is exactly how you should be! I find this move really effective for your triceps :) 

Squat Pulses - Here is a video! Squat position and pulse up and down. You should really feel it burning. 

Squat Hold - As soon as your pulses are finished, stay in the lowest position of the squat and hold it. This is your last move so you really want to feel that burning sensation and really work those muscles! GO GET DAT BOOTY! 

Woo awesome guys! I hope you have fun doing this and good luck! Please tag the tag #hwpochallenge and I will check out your progress. Post about the workouts, tell me what you think and message me what type of exercises you would like to see in next weeks HIIT challenge. Tell me about the difficulty, want me to make it harder, etc! You get the point :D I would love to hear from you all! 

HAVE FUN <3

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toethefinishline:

My name is Heidi and I am currently 20 years old.

Growing up, I knew I was bigger than most kids my age but it wasn’t something that bothered me and at times I saw it as an advantage. I was quite the athlete back in gradeschool and knowing this gave me the permission to eat anything I…

run-rhianna-run:

My June Self-Care Challenge!

You asked and you got! After the success of the April Happiness Challenge, I’ve decided to do another one. This time based on something equally as important as happiness - Self-care (and self-love) :)

If you follow me already, you’ll know I’m a huge believer in positivity and happiness. Mental health is just as important as physical health. Self-care and self-love come under those categories to me and I believe that everyone in the world should love themselves top to toe and take some time every now and again to care for themselves.

It starts on June 1st and runs for the full 30 days of June! I’d love it if you made as many posts as possible photo posts, but obviously some of them will probably have to be text posts, and that’s cool too!

All you need to do is tag your posts with #JuneSelfCareChallenge and/or #runrhiannarun and I’ll be liking and reblogging all of my favourite posts and following all of my favourite blogs!

(I know some are a little ambiguous, but you’re supposed to figure it out for yourself, do what you feel is right! Even though some are more statements or things to go away and do instead of simply write about/take a photo of, I would like a post for every day if you can) :)

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to message me! I really hope people love this one as much as the last challenge!

Reblog this, get the word out and start loving and caring for yourself!

Loads of love, Rhianna xxx

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hard-workpaysoff:

Interval training allows you to improve your fitness performance by mixing high-intensity work efforts with periods of recovery. Interval training works both the aerobic and anaerobic systems. 
BENEFITS OF INTERVAL TRAINING!
Adaptation ResponseWhen exercising your body begins to adapt to changes. Interval training puts varied stress on the body which causes the body to start producing more capillaries. This increase in capillaries allows blood to flow through the muscles and parts of the body with less effort. This benefits the body as it develops the capacity to work harder for longer and recovery much faster. It also results in cardiovascular fitness gains. Once your body has adapted to the new level of fitness it should then be challenge further to a higher level of fitness to prevent fitness plateaus. 
Cross-Training BenefitsInterval training puts your muscles through a series of tests which causes the muscles to build up in strength and firmness making them less prone to injury. These changes result in improved fitness, particularly in the cardiovascular system.  
Calorie BurningMore calories are burnt during high-intensity, shorter duration intervals than in moderate-intensity, steady-state training. Interval training also keeps burning the calories long after the workout was complete. 
Building Aerobic and Anaerobic CapacityInterval training is an extremely effective way to improve the aerobic and anaerobic capacities. It does this by greatly improving the strength of cardiovascular and respiratory systems. This is the body’s ability to take in oxygen and deliver it to the working muscles with greater efficiency. 
Aerobic Exercise:This is described as exercise in the presence of oxygen. This would mean that you’re probably sweating, breathing heavily and feeling the endorphins during the exercise. You would generally be working 50-80% of your maximum heart rate. The key is that you are not breathless.Effects of aerobic exercise on the cardiovascular system:
Improved heart strength
Increase stroke volume (volume of blood pumped per beat or stroke)
Increase blood flow
Increased number of capillaries in the muscles
Anaerobic Exercise:This involves working the body at high-intensity levels. This would be working at 80 -100% of your maximum heart rate for a short duration - 10 seconds to several minutes. This type of exercise is so strenuous that muscles start working beyond their oxygen capacity. This should mean you’re breathless and pushed completely to your maximum. Working in intervals of aerobic and anaerobic training is an effective way to improve fitness levels and break through fitness plateaus. 
BENEFITS OF ANAEROBIC INTERVAL TRAINING!
EfficiencyInterval training is the most recommended and ideal workout for a busy schedule. It has been proven that you can achieve more progress with 15 minutes of interval training (approx 3 times a week) than jogging on a treadmill for an hour (also done approx 3 times a week). According to a study; 2 weeks of high-intensity training can improve aerobic capacity as much as 6-8 weeks of endurance training.
A Healthier HeartDuring exercise, your body requires more oxygenated blood. This puts stress on the heart and lungs to pump the blood and your cardiovascular system to deliver the oxygenated blood to the appropriate areas of the body. Doing exercise regularly improves this system by strengthening both the cardiovascular and respiratory systems, making them more efficient.
Losing Weight NOT MuscleInterval Training workouts allow the body to keep the well earned muscles while ensuring that most of the weight loss comes from fats storage.
Increased MetabolismInterval Training helps stimulate the production of human growth hormone by up to 450% during the 24 hours after your workout. This is beneficial as human growth hormone is responsible for increased caloric burn and also slows down the aging process which helps in making you younger inside and out. 
Burning More Fat During and After ExerciseIf burning a lot more calories wasn’t enough; Interval Training causes the body to burn fat and calories in the 24 hour period after the Interval Training is complete! How awesome! This phase of training is called EPOC (Excess Post-exercise Oxygen Consumption) WHAT IS EPOC?

hard-workpaysoff:

Interval training allows you to improve your fitness performance by mixing high-intensity work efforts with periods of recovery. Interval training works both the aerobic and anaerobic systems. 

BENEFITS OF INTERVAL TRAINING!

  • Adaptation Response
    When exercising your body begins to adapt to changes. Interval training puts varied stress on the body which causes the body to start producing more capillaries. This increase in capillaries allows blood to flow through the muscles and parts of the body with less effort. This benefits the body as it develops the capacity to work harder for longer and recovery much faster. It also results in cardiovascular fitness gains. Once your body has adapted to the new level of fitness it should then be challenge further to a higher level of fitness to prevent fitness plateaus. 

  • Cross-Training Benefits
    Interval training puts your muscles through a series of tests which causes the muscles to build up in strength and firmness making them less prone to injury. These changes result in improved fitness, particularly in the cardiovascular system.  

  • Calorie Burning
    More calories are burnt during high-intensity, shorter duration intervals than in moderate-intensity, steady-state training. Interval training also keeps burning the calories long after the workout was complete. 

  • Building Aerobic and Anaerobic Capacity
    Interval training is an extremely effective way to improve the aerobic and anaerobic capacities. It does this by greatly improving the strength of cardiovascular and respiratory systems. This is the body’s ability to take in oxygen and deliver it to the working muscles with greater efficiency. 

Aerobic Exercise:
This is described as exercise in the presence of oxygen. This would mean that you’re probably sweating, breathing heavily and feeling the endorphins during the exercise. You would generally be working 50-80% of your maximum heart rate. The key is that you are not breathless.

Effects of aerobic exercise on the cardiovascular system:

  • Improved heart strength
  • Increase stroke volume (volume of blood pumped per beat or stroke)
  • Increase blood flow
  • Increased number of capillaries in the muscles


Anaerobic Exercise:
This involves working the body at high-intensity levels. This would be working at 80 -100% of your maximum heart rate for a short duration - 10 seconds to several minutes. This type of exercise is so strenuous that muscles start working beyond their oxygen capacity. This should mean you’re breathless and pushed completely to your maximum. Working in intervals of aerobic and anaerobic training is an effective way to improve fitness levels and break through fitness plateaus. 

BENEFITS OF ANAEROBIC INTERVAL TRAINING!

  • Efficiency
    Interval training is the most recommended and ideal workout for a busy schedule. It has been proven that you can achieve more progress with 15 minutes of interval training (approx 3 times a week) than jogging on a treadmill for an hour (also done approx 3 times a week). According to a study; 2 weeks of high-intensity training can improve aerobic capacity as much as 6-8 weeks of endurance training.

  • A Healthier Heart
    During exercise, your body requires more oxygenated blood. This puts stress on the heart and lungs to pump the blood and your cardiovascular system to deliver the oxygenated blood to the appropriate areas of the body. Doing exercise regularly improves this system by strengthening both the cardiovascular and respiratory systems, making them more efficient.

  • Losing Weight NOT Muscle
    Interval Training workouts allow the body to keep the well earned muscles while ensuring that most of the weight loss comes from fats storage.

  • Increased Metabolism
    Interval Training helps stimulate the production of human growth hormone by up to 450% during the 24 hours after your workout. This is beneficial as human growth hormone is responsible for increased caloric burn and also slows down the aging process which helps in making you younger inside and out. 

  • Burning More Fat During and After Exercise
    If burning a lot more calories wasn’t enough; Interval Training causes the body to burn fat and calories in the 24 hour period after the Interval Training is complete! How awesome! This phase of training is called EPOC (Excess Post-exercise Oxygen Consumption) WHAT IS EPOC?

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training-sexybeast:

FREE PRINTABLE FITNESS & FOOD JOURNAL

I personally created these and worked really hard on making them, so please don’t rip, steal, or claim them as yours.

It includes the following: 

  • Health/Fitness Goals: List the goals that you want to achieve, write down how you are going to do that, the date that you want to achieve the goals, and whether you achieve that goal or not.
  • Exercise Log: It is a weekly exercise log, check off what type of exercise you did (cardio, strength, etc), the activity you did (running, pilates, insanity, etc), how long you did the workout for, the amount of calories you burned, and for the notes you can write anything that wasn’t asked (for ex. if you ran today, in the note space you can write the distance you ran for, or if you did strength you can write the amounts of reps you did)
  • Weight Training Log: This was requested by one of my wonderful follower <3 This is a weekly weight training log, which is similar to the exercise log, but instead you can keep track the exercise that you did with the amount of sets & reps you did, and the weight that you used for that exercise. 
  • Food Log: It’s a weekly food log. You write down what you ate for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks, the amount of calories you ate in total, and the amount of water you drank (the unit can be, mL, ounces, or maybe the amount of water you drank in a glass)
  • Recipes to Try: If you ever wanted to cook/bake/make anything, you can write the name of the recipes (for ex: granola bars, or healthy pasta, etc, etc) the source (where you found it), and check off whether you like the recipe or not.
  • Grocery List: I created my own grocery list and to my surprise a lot of people liked it, so I wanted you to have a list of your own, so when you go grocery shopping you know what to buy :)
  • Meal Planner: (Weekly meal planner) Similar to the Food Log, instead you can use this chart as a way to plan out your meal, so you don’t waste time searching in your refrigerator looking for what to cook for dinner.
  • Body Measurements: (Monthly body measurements) The thing about creating printable that have to do with measuring progress is that some people may do it weekly, other do it monthly. So, I chose monthly because I don’t want you to get stress if you didn’t see any changes within a week. I gave you 6 weeks although there are usually 4-5 weeks in a month, so you may have the row empty. You can measure it with any unit you want (cm or in) Although I should have left some empty boxes for those who want to measure other body parts that I didn’t include, I ran out of space (sorry >.<)
  • Weight Tracker: This is an annual weight tracker which you can use to track your weight throughout the whole year. For the loss/gain you write whether you loss or gain a specific weight (for ex. gain 5 pound, loss 2 pound, etc, etc)

I hope this is helpful :) If there is something that you want me to make or if you have any question you can always leave it in my ask box ^.^

These are very helpful!

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toethefinishline:

Do you struggle with binge eating disorder?
I did for over 8 months and I gained at least 20 pounds from it! I was able to recover from it in June 2011. Since then I have been binge free!! I would love to help anyone who is currently struggling with binge eating!! Feel free to message me here!
What is binge eating disorder?
Binge-eating disorder is a serious eating disorder in which you frequently consume unusually large amounts of food. Almost everyone overeats on occasion, such as having seconds or thirds of a holiday meal. But for some people, overeating crosses the line to binge-eating disorder and it becomes a regular occurrence, usually done in secret.
Signs of binge eating disorder:
Feeling out of control when eating.
Eating compulsively.
Constantly thinking about food.
Eating in private.
Eating to the point of being full or to the point of feeling sick.
Eating to relieve stress or to comfort yourself.
Feeling guilty, ashamed, or disgusted after eating.
Feeling unable to stop eating or prevent a binge although you don’t want to binge.
Eating very quickly.
Do you have binge eating disorder? Take this free online quiz here.
What are the health risks of binge eating disorder?
Over time, compulsive overeating usually leads to obesity. Obesity, in turn, causes numerous medical complications, including:
Physical Risks:
Type 2 diabetes
Gallbladder disease
Liver problems
Kidney problems
High cholesterol
High blood pressure
Heart disease
Certain types of cancer
Osteoarthritis
Joint and muscle pain
Gastrointestinal problems
Sleep apnea
Weight Gain
Emotional &amp; Social Risks:
Stress
Loneliness
Feelings of worthlessness
Weight obsession
Depression
Anxiety
Suicide
Restriction of activities due to embarrassment of weight.
Treatment For Binge Eating Disorder:
Psychotherapy: A type of counseling that helps to develop a healthy relationship towards weight and food.
Medication: Some medication can be used to help control depression and anxiety that may be associated with an eating disorder.
Nutrition Counseling: A type of counseling that helps to restore normal eating habits.
Books to Help With Binge Eating:
Overcoming Binge Eating
Getting Better Bite by Bite
Binge Eating Disorder Recovery and the 12 Steps
Binge Eating Disorder: Clinical Foundations and Treatment
A Clinician’s Guide to Binge Eating Disorder
Getting Out of B.E.D.
Eating Disorders Information for Teens
Overcoming Your Eating Disorder
Healing the Hungry Self
Intuitive Eating 
List of more books!
 Tips to reduce binging:
Brush your teeth frequently.
Keep cravings and unhealthy foods out of your house- out of sight, out of mind.
Avoid grazing or “hanging out” in the kitchen.
Do not buy in bulk or bring home leftovers from a restaurant. Chances are you will binge on them all once you are home.
Make pre-packed healthy snacks so you can grab one on the go to satisfy your hunger and reduce cravings.
Do not diet or deprive yourself of foods you love. MODERATION is key!
Do not bring money with you to school, work, etc. so you won’t be tempted to buy snacks from the vending machine. Instead pack your own healthy ones!
Find ways to better cope with your stress and emotions -&gt; Do NOT turn to food for the answer! It only makes things worse!
Eat when hungry but eat slower.
Drink lots of water before and while eating - it will help you feel more full.
Use smaller plates and cut food into pieces while eating.
Focus while eating: Do not mindlessly eat while watching tv or while distracted by any other activity.
Keep a food diary- this
What to do rather than binge:
Go on tumblr!
Read health books or any other kind of book!
Make a craft.
Paint your nails.
Take a bath.
Find a new hobby.
Do a scavenger hunt.
Redecorate your room.
Update your ipod.
Go to the gym.
Go for a walk/run in your neighborhood.
Hang out with a friend.
Go shopping.
Find a penpal or write to a relative.
Go through your old stuff and donate whatever you no longer need!
Write out all of your goals and reasons why you should not binge!
Send nice messages to your followers!
Watch tv.
Sleep.
Play cards.
Do chores.
Go on an adventure.
Tan.
Drink tea.
Chew gum.
Do yoga.
Watch youtube videos.
Vent to someone.
Make yourself a glitter jar. Shake, stare, relax.
Make a journal or collage.
Play a game (an app , board game, computer game, or other video game, ANYTHING!)
After a Binge:
Drink lots of water: It helps to eliminate toxins and get rid of water weight.
Eat asparagus: It will help to reduce bloating.
Eat fruits and veggies: They are a perfect, low-calorie snack. And they help to replenish nutrients!
Workout: This will help to boost your metabolism.
Drink green tea: This is a great way to counteract a binge! Green tea is high in antioxidants and will help boost your metabolism!
MOVE ON: You cannot change the fact that you binged so you must forgive yourself! If you remain mad at yourself it will only make matters worse! Focus on making tomorrow better!! Everyone has bad days! You just gotta pick yourself back up and move on!
Links:
http://blogs.psychcentral.com/
http://bingeeatingtherapy.com/
http://www.bingefreeforme.tumblr.com/
http://binge-eating.supportgroups.com/
http://www.something-fishy.org/online/options.php
Please reblog this if you struggle with binge eating! Even if you don’t please reblog this for your followers who do! 
Binge eating is an awful eating disorder and it is so hard to recover from and I want everyone to know that I am here to help! I have recovered from it and would love to help anybody else struggling! Just send me a message here!
Also check out my Battling Binge Blog here!

toethefinishline:

Do you struggle with binge eating disorder?

I did for over 8 months and I gained at least 20 pounds from it! I was able to recover from it in June 2011. Since then I have been binge free!! I would love to help anyone who is currently struggling with binge eating!! Feel free to message me here!

What is binge eating disorder?

Binge-eating disorder is a serious eating disorder in which you frequently consume unusually large amounts of food. Almost everyone overeats on occasion, such as having seconds or thirds of a holiday meal. But for some people, overeating crosses the line to binge-eating disorder and it becomes a regular occurrence, usually done in secret.

Signs of binge eating disorder:

  • Feeling out of control when eating.
  • Eating compulsively.
  • Constantly thinking about food.
  • Eating in private.
  • Eating to the point of being full or to the point of feeling sick.
  • Eating to relieve stress or to comfort yourself.
  • Feeling guilty, ashamed, or disgusted after eating.
  • Feeling unable to stop eating or prevent a binge although you don’t want to binge.
  • Eating very quickly.

Do you have binge eating disorder? Take this free online quiz here.

What are the health risks of binge eating disorder?

Over time, compulsive overeating usually leads to obesity. Obesity, in turn, causes numerous medical complications, including:

Physical Risks:

  • Type 2 diabetes
  • Gallbladder disease
  • Liver problems
  • Kidney problems
  • High cholesterol
  • High blood pressure
  • Heart disease
  • Certain types of cancer
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Joint and muscle pain
  • Gastrointestinal problems
  • Sleep apnea
  • Weight Gain

Emotional & Social Risks:

  • Stress
  • Loneliness
  • Feelings of worthlessness
  • Weight obsession
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Suicide
  • Restriction of activities due to embarrassment of weight.

Treatment For Binge Eating Disorder:

  • Psychotherapy: A type of counseling that helps to develop a healthy relationship towards weight and food.
  • Medication: Some medication can be used to help control depression and anxiety that may be associated with an eating disorder.
  • Nutrition Counseling: A type of counseling that helps to restore normal eating habits.

Books to Help With Binge Eating:

Tips to reduce binging:

  • Brush your teeth frequently.
  • Keep cravings and unhealthy foods out of your house- out of sight, out of mind.
  • Avoid grazing or “hanging out” in the kitchen.
  • Do not buy in bulk or bring home leftovers from a restaurant. Chances are you will binge on them all once you are home.
  • Make pre-packed healthy snacks so you can grab one on the go to satisfy your hunger and reduce cravings.
  • Do not diet or deprive yourself of foods you love. MODERATION is key!
  • Do not bring money with you to school, work, etc. so you won’t be tempted to buy snacks from the vending machine. Instead pack your own healthy ones!
  • Find ways to better cope with your stress and emotions -> Do NOT turn to food for the answer! It only makes things worse!
  • Eat when hungry but eat slower.
  • Drink lots of water before and while eating - it will help you feel more full.
  • Use smaller plates and cut food into pieces while eating.
  • Focus while eating: Do not mindlessly eat while watching tv or while distracted by any other activity.
  • Keep a food diary- this

What to do rather than binge:

  • Go on tumblr!
  • Read health books or any other kind of book!
  • Make a craft.
  • Paint your nails.
  • Take a bath.
  • Find a new hobby.
  • Do a scavenger hunt.
  • Redecorate your room.
  • Update your ipod.
  • Go to the gym.
  • Go for a walk/run in your neighborhood.
  • Hang out with a friend.
  • Go shopping.
  • Find a penpal or write to a relative.
  • Go through your old stuff and donate whatever you no longer need!
  • Write out all of your goals and reasons why you should not binge!
  • Send nice messages to your followers!
  • Watch tv.
  • Sleep.
  • Play cards.
  • Do chores.
  • Go on an adventure.
  • Tan.
  • Drink tea.
  • Chew gum.
  • Do yoga.
  • Watch youtube videos.
  • Vent to someone.
  • Make yourself a glitter jar. Shake, stare, relax.
  • Make a journal or collage.
  • Play a game (an app , board game, computer game, or other video game, ANYTHING!)

After a Binge:

  • Drink lots of water: It helps to eliminate toxins and get rid of water weight.
  • Eat asparagus: It will help to reduce bloating.
  • Eat fruits and veggies: They are a perfect, low-calorie snack. And they help to replenish nutrients!
  • Workout: This will help to boost your metabolism.
  • Drink green tea: This is a great way to counteract a binge! Green tea is high in antioxidants and will help boost your metabolism!
  • MOVE ON: You cannot change the fact that you binged so you must forgive yourself! If you remain mad at yourself it will only make matters worse! Focus on making tomorrow better!! Everyone has bad days! You just gotta pick yourself back up and move on!

Links:

Please reblog this if you struggle with binge eating! Even if you don’t please reblog this for your followers who do!

Binge eating is an awful eating disorder and it is so hard to recover from and I want everyone to know that I am here to help! I have recovered from it and would love to help anybody else struggling! Just send me a message here!

Also check out my Battling Binge Blog here!

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fitchris25:

Don’t think of exercise as burning off food you’ve eaten or plan to eat.

It’s not, “I just burned 80 calories, now I can eat that yogurt tonight guilt-free.”

It’s, “I just burned 80 calories, now I’m going to eat that yogurt to give my body the energy it needs to continue burning fat and building muscle.”

Change your mindset.

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