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noxypants:

20120211.LADD-Bionic_0102 (by Axle Adams)
Two of the finest jammers this sport has ever known

What skates are these Atomatrix!?

Bonnie Thunders is with our league this week. It’s amazing. I’m like a stupid fan girl. Waiting to say something stupid.

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noxypants:

20120211.LADD-Bionic_0102 (by Axle Adams)

Two of the finest jammers this sport has ever known

What skates are these Atomatrix!?

Bonnie Thunders is with our league this week. It’s amazing. I’m like a stupid fan girl. Waiting to say something stupid.

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I can only imagine this is how I will feel after stepping onto a bank track in July.

(Source: krutherfords)

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How I feel after a full on session

How I feel after a full on session

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Bonnie Thunders and OMG WTF tickets bought for Advanced Blocking boot camp. Win!!

Bonnie Thunders and OMG WTF tickets bought for Advanced Blocking boot camp. Win!!

Step One

Improve nutrition.

No sugars
No processed “white” foods
Chromium
Omega 3&6 
B vitamin supplement
Green leafy vegetables

My thinking is that due to an excess in refined sugars and carbs, as well as a lack of general nutrition as a vegan, my happy buzz (which is usually through the roof) has fizzled resulting in a lack of motivation and a more unhappy disposition.

*insert cliche time for change is now statement*

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Reality Check One

So today being the last day of January got me thinking about what my goals (fitness, derby, weight) are for the year. When I wanted to achieve them by and how I was traveling. I did a little math in my mind and the outcome was a little bit of a reality check I now need to face up to, as I have already fallen short.

My goals are:
- loose the final 10kg by end May
- be working on core fitness and cardio
- outdoor skates min once a week

More than anything I have regressed. I’ve started eating sugary foods (addictive much?) and haven’t been prepared with meals and getting caught out. I haven’t started those outdoor sessions or been working on my core.

The reality: no one else is going to do it for me!

The problem: where’s my motivation? Why is it lax at the moment. I actually don’t know…

Solution: keep a food diary. Wake up earlier to do a cardio/core workout.

At least I’ll try to fake it till I make it. Writing it down and confessing it publicly might be the kick I need.

In saying it all, I recognize some big achievements too. I quit smoking. I gave up diet caffeinated drinks, and I bought new wheels to improve my skates. I’ve also had great attendance and want to go to my derby sessions.

How do you keep motivated??

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binncheol:

Team Awesome vs Team Sexy


Jumping the apex like a boss

binncheol:

Team Awesome vs Team Sexy

Jumping the apex like a boss

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