brandylabranche:

Post 5K meal 😝

brandylabranche:

Post 5K meal 😝


food lovers: post 5k race dish

mywalkinthepark:

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organic whole wheat pasta (slow release carbs to re-fuel energy)
aubergine in spicy herb tomato sauce (2 of 5 a day, vitamins, minerals)
feta cheese (some protein)
tuna (some more protein for lean muscles)
basil (for the colour and the taste)
capers (weird salty addiction)
walnuts (healthy fats and antioxidants to protect cells)

alcohol free beer from Germany ♥ (aids recovery, B vitamins help transforming carbs into energy)

Recipe upon request.


ieatwithgusto:

Lentil-chipotle veggie burgers. Full of good stuff.

ieatwithgusto:

Lentil-chipotle veggie burgers. Full of good stuff.


fruitandtea:

The perfect post-workout meal to follow an 8 mile run and a 30 minute core strength circuit. Toasted cinnamon raisin bagel with peanut butter and banana and dark chocolate almond cashew hazelnut milk.

fruitandtea:

The perfect post-workout meal to follow an 8 mile run and a 30 minute core strength circuit.
Toasted cinnamon raisin bagel with peanut butter and banana and dark chocolate almond cashew hazelnut milk.


verge-of-healthy:

Breakfast:

  • PBJ&B on whole wheat whole grain bread

healthandfitnessinspired:

Pre-run breakfast

healthandfitnessinspired:

Pre-run breakfast


19margaret93:

Yeah I know, not something truly worth celebrating and people can run like ultra-marathons and such, so 2.74 miles isn’t much. But for me, the person who had a fear of running (ok maybe not a fear per say. I didn’t start hyperventilating when I passed a treadmill or start physically shaking when I saw a pair of Nike shoes or something but you get the picture. Running. Was. Evil. It still technically is, I can just go a little bit further without wheezing. When my roommate first suggested to start I looked at her as if she was insane. I couldn’t run a foot let alone a mile. Still after 3 months, I’m almost at my goal of a 5k. It’s something I never thought I’d keep up and would chuck in about the second week in. Yet here I am over 8 weeks later, still running 3 times a week. I picked the date of my 5k and my two roommates are going to help me out, which should be hilarious as one of them hasn’t run in months and could jump on a treadmill and pound out a 2 mile run and hardly break a sweat (meanwhile I’m panting, red faced, and hardly moving behind her). 
Still progress is progress, thats my tune and I’m sticking to it (for now that is). 

19margaret93:

Yeah I know, not something truly worth celebrating and people can run like ultra-marathons and such, so 2.74 miles isn’t much. But for me, the person who had a fear of running (ok maybe not a fear per say. I didn’t start hyperventilating when I passed a treadmill or start physically shaking when I saw a pair of Nike shoes or something but you get the picture. Running. Was. Evil. It still technically is, I can just go a little bit further without wheezing. When my roommate first suggested to start I looked at her as if she was insane. I couldn’t run a foot let alone a mile. Still after 3 months, I’m almost at my goal of a 5k. It’s something I never thought I’d keep up and would chuck in about the second week in. Yet here I am over 8 weeks later, still running 3 times a week. I picked the date of my 5k and my two roommates are going to help me out, which should be hilarious as one of them hasn’t run in months and could jump on a treadmill and pound out a 2 mile run and hardly break a sweat (meanwhile I’m panting, red faced, and hardly moving behind her). 

Still progress is progress, thats my tune and I’m sticking to it (for now that is). 


michaelsgrace:

Rory: Doctor, what are you staring at?
Doctor: Shh..
Rory: Is that…a teenage girl? Is she trapped in there?
Doctor: In a sense. Timey-Wimey thing. I think it’s time to rescue her from her boring little world. What do you think?

michaelsgrace:

Rory: Doctor, what are you staring at?

Doctor: Shh..

Rory: Is that…a teenage girl? Is she trapped in there?

Doctor: In a sense. Timey-Wimey thing. I think it’s time to rescue her from her boring little world. What do you think?

(via ghada0h)


queen-bitchass:

espressobean:

Man with suit made of Mentos is dunked in a tank full of Diet Coke.

DID HE SURVIVE

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4gifs:

Pet fish likes to be tossed. [video]

4gifs:

Pet fish likes to be tossed. [video]

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sulietsexual:

Whedonverse Appreciation | Winifred Burkle
 - [5/6] Quotes

Conviction

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bellamyyoung:

meanwhile i’m asking the real fuckin questions

(via po3ticlicense)



"So I’ve been thinking about our whole ‘non-exclusive’ thing and about how you haven’t been holding up your end of the bargain."
"I didn’t know it was a requirement." 

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