Anonymous asked:

what is this 10 day plan i keep seeing on my dash?



It’s a 10 day plan that helped me lose 10 lbs, 2 inches off my waist, 1.5 inches off my hips and 0.5 inches off each thigh :) It has a diet plan, an exercise plan, a grocery list, my favorite recipes and tips on how to continue eating after the 10 days are done :) i still do this plan every now and then, whenever i have an event coming up, or if i am going to the beach or a party, it helps me get rid of bloating, excess water weight, flattens my stomach and boosts my confidence :) and i love how it makes my waist and thighs look smaller :)) http://35-24-35.tumblr.com/10dayplan :) ❤️

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Learn from the great coaches, so that you gain easily what others have labored hard for.

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So I decided to put one of these together to refer back to and also help minimize some of my tabs.  Happy blogging dear tumblrbugs! :)

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rowed this course this past weekend and got second!

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After 3 years I filled the wall!!! Good thing I’m moving so it gives me a new wall to cover!!!!

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i need to get back in the habit of doing yoga every week!

i need to get back in the habit of doing yoga every week!

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“I row for the chance to live a few moments at the peak of my potential. I want to row with a group of dedicated oarsmen, to compete against the best crews around and try to beat them. I like to go fast and win gold medals.

In crew, speed demands a total commitment of mind, body and teamwork found in no other sport. Each person on the crew must commit fully to the program in order to win. Success requires long hours of hard work and practice. With sufficient effort over a long enough period of time, progress is eventually made in tiny increments. It takes months of practice to prepare for a one kilometer race that is over in a few minutes and sometimes decided by inches. Our crew practices together at 5 am and puts in a lot of extra hours of individual training. Competitive rowing isn’t for everyone. This sport attracts people who naturally hardworking, positive, reliable, patient and generous. I row for the opportunity to be involved with such a great group of strong people.

Rowing with strong people and winning is the greatest feeling in the world. That’s why I row.”

 - J. McCabe (Orlando Rowing Club)

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