For this Summer

Oh hell yeahhh

Wait wait wait, did they really grind up the peel of those god damn orange slices???

That was my concern too

They muddled it

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Cantaloupe - As Requested!

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Beast Mode

Haha beast!


Hahaha badass

A glimpse into my future

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Skinny, shirtless runner boys. What a glorious sight.

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Reminder: Women do not need to be polite to someone who is making them uncomfortable.

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And now for something completely different.

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Shin splints occur when you overstress the muscles in your lower legs, causing small tears in the tissue. If you start to experience this pain, it’s not a serious injury, but it is also nothing to be ignored. To heal the tears, it’s best to lower the intensity of your run by walking instead, or add incline to the treadmill. If the pain is really bad, take a break from running and do some lower leg stretches and ice the area.

Since shin splints can happen when your calf muscles become stronger than the shin muscles, one way to prevent shin splints in the first place is to do some strengthening exercises. Heel walks are beneficial, but here’s a simple move you can do while at your desk.

  • Sit on a chair that’s tall enough to allow your toes to point without touching the floor.
  • Place a two- to six-pound dumbbell vertically in between your feet, squeezing the weight gently to keep it in place.
  • Begin by pointing your toes toward the floor. Then flex your feet and lift your toes as high as you can. This is one repetition.
  • Complete three sets of 12 reps, stretching your shins with the Reclining Hero in between each set.

Where was this two weeks ago! Now I know though (:

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