Ho•mo•fits•u•al

Ho•mo•fits•u•al

/ˌhōməˈfiʔSHo͞oəl/
Noun
A homosexual person who has adopted a natural, healthy lifestyle focusing on a balanced and nutritious diet, regular physical exercise and improving their mental and social capabilities.

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health-gasm:

little-miss-curvy:

fitabled:

While I was at the IDEA World Fitness Convention I had a chance to play with a particularly awesome piece of workout equipment called CrossBells. They are basically kettle bells which you can fill with water to bring them to the weight you like. The kettle bells have a hole in the middle so that you can place a bar though them and turn them into a barbell. I tried the system out and it felt really good. The kettle bells have little cut outs at the top so that it fits comfortably against your arm when you are using it which isn’t the case with other kettlebells which frankly start to hurt after a while. Also if you want to increase the weight of the crossbell beyond the 10 pounds of water when it is full, you can also add sand or buckshot to make it even heavier. For the price they are offering for it it’s as great deal compared to buying a new kettle bell whenever you need more weight or buying a separate barbell set of weights. I would suggest a CrossBell system to anyone who is looking to build a home gym for cheap. You can pretty much get a total workout for your whole body with just these weights. If you wanna learn more you can check them out here CrossBell Fitness 

omg, this is so freaking awesome!!!

Wow I really like this

cool idea

(via owlkinfit)

elitegains:

this is two years in the making. If I can do it so can you :) it may not be easy but if you put in the effort that is needed you will see change in so many ways. I am really proud to were I am at today. keep your head up and keep on working out no matter how hard it gets. 

elitegains:

this is two years in the making. If I can do it so can you :) it may not be easy but if you put in the effort that is needed you will see change in so many ways. I am really proud to were I am at today. keep your head up and keep on working out no matter how hard it gets. 

(Source: fitting-the-fat, via fitting-the-fat)

fitin3-6-5:

I’ve always struggled with getting fit; I run out of motivation very quickly and expect results straight away. So I’ve started this initiative to counter that: getting fit in 365 days. On the 9th June 2015, I want to be able to look back and say DAAAAMN, the boy did good. Feel free to join in! Or if you have any hints, tips etc. then my ask box is open! 
Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/jobeyjoe/
Twitter: @jobeyjoe11
Other Tumblr: JobeyJoe11

I like this, I might have to join in! 9th June 2015 here we come!

fitin3-6-5:

I’ve always struggled with getting fit; I run out of motivation very quickly and expect results straight away. So I’ve started this initiative to counter that: getting fit in 365 days. On the 9th June 2015, I want to be able to look back and say DAAAAMN, the boy did good. Feel free to join in! Or if you have any hints, tips etc. then my ask box is open!

Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/jobeyjoe/

Twitter: @jobeyjoe11

Other Tumblr: JobeyJoe11

I like this, I might have to join in! 9th June 2015 here we come!

Reblog if you’re a FITBLR!! :)

cindygetsfit:

BUT….only if it’s a personal one

& what I mean by that is, that your blog isn’t 99% pics of models.

I like blogs that have personal posts & pictures because I feel like I can relate & get to know the actual person.

So if your blog is like that, please reblog so I can follow you ^_^

(via fitting-the-fat)

losingben replied to your post: hmm… where do I buy liquid chalk for…

Never heard of liquid chalk?… Is this any good? rebelsport.com.au/Produ…

I’ve never used it but its kind of my only option for getting grip for heavier lifting. I was having problems holding the barbell previously because my hands were slipping but my gym is just a small chain gym so they don’t like normal chalk to be used because its messy, so I did a little research online and read that liquid chalk is an option (I don’t wanna use straps coz it weakens your grip). I think its like chalk mixed in alcohol so you kinda put a bit on your hands like lotion I guess and it dries really quick leaving the chalk for grip but without making a big dusty mess.