TIP08: Stop comparing

”This is your journey and its about making your body healthier than it ever was before. 

So you need to stop comparing your body to others. 

Its perfectly fine to admire others, but remember everyone’s body is different!

And its about becoming the best you possible. ” 


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I'm sick

Hi guys!

I’m sorry for the bad update but I’m sick. I can’t eat and I can barley drink water without feeling like throwing up. I hoping that I’m going to feel better tomorrow and that I might can get some food into my system.

I hope that you all is having a great day!


Top 6 calorie burning exercises

THIS POST IS NOT MINE. I FOUND IT HERE: http://shine.yahoo.com/healthy-living/the-top-6-calorie-burning-workouts-2444723.html


1. Kickboxing: 800 calories per hour 
Kickboxing offers a great full-body workout because it requires you to use every major muscle group and includes interval training. Your heart rate will soar and stabilize several times throughout the class, which is optimal for weight loss. 24 Hour Fitness clubs report that attendees of their Turbo Kick classes can burn up to 800 calories in one hour-long class. 


2. Biking: 700 calories per hour 
You can burn up to 700 calories at your average cycling class or take to the road on your own to enjoy fresh air to boot! Just make sure you keep a pace of about 14 to 16 miles per hour to reach the 700-calorie goal. 

3. Zumba: 500 or more calories per hour 
Who knew an hour of dancing could produce such results?! Because this Latin-inspired dance workout uses the principles of interval training and resistance exercise, the workout will boost your metabolism considerably, according to FitnessZumba.com. However, like any fitness regimen, the number of calories burned varies from person to person depending on weight, sex, current fitness level, and how a hard a person works out. Still the massive weight loss and toning benefits of hip-swishing and shimmying make this dance workout one of the most popular today. 

4. Jumping Rope: 780 calories per hour 
Only got ten minutes? You can still squeeze in cardio with this highly effective activity, which can have you burning 130 calories every ten minutes (or 780 calories per hour). According to MedicineNet.com, you’d have to run an eight-minute mile to burn as many calories as jumping rope for the same amount of time, making it a good choice for someone who is starting a fitness regime and may not have the endurance to maintain a fast running speed for an extended period of time. If you have limited space and time, jumping rope is the most efficient way to see results. In addition, the high-impact nature of this workout means you’ll add bone mass, increasing your bone health, according to 24 Hour Fitness Club’s Website and BoneHealth.com, while you lose fat. 

5. Aerobic Step Classes: 600 calories per hour
Aerobic step classes are high-intensity and high-impact, meaning you’ll burn fat and calories. The number of calories burned depends on how high the step is, but using just a six-inch platform can allow you to burn up to 600 calories in one hour-long class. 

6. Running: 650 calories per hour 
According to WebMD’s calorie calculator, a 145-pound person who maintains a 10-minute mile for one hour can burn up to 650 calories. However, running consistently for an hour can be challenging if it isn’t a part of your current exercise regimen. You can work up to this goal and increase your cardiovascular fitness by adding walking intervals throughout your workout. For instance, run for three minutes and then walk briskly for one minute. This practice will increase your endurance, lower your heart-rate recovery time, and burn fat.




This is me 3 months ago. When I was on wacation in  turkey and were out running at 06:30 every day in 45 degrees. My body has really improved since then. Especally my abs, my abs are much more visable now than bak then 😀

The feeling I get when I workout.

Headphones in my ears, my favorite music is turned on. The burning feeling in my body. Sweat. The feeling when I run 1 kilometer longer than I ususually do. When I can lift heavier than I have ever done before. Feeling my body, feeling my hurt pumping. THIS is happiness for me. 


From the begginig it can be hard to exercise. But after a while it will become a habit to put on that training shoes and go at for a run in the early morning when everyone is still asleep. It will become a habit to hit the gym everyday. You will be happy, you will be proud and you will just feel awesome. 


Screw all your excuses to not exercise. JUST DO IT. Put on your shoes and go out and move your booty. You will feel great afterwards. You are strong, you are beautiful and you can do it. All you need is to belive in yourself.