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    Exactly, it's all about you. Don't compare yourself with others, and simply stick to what you want to achieve. Remember you can only do your best and keep working hard towards your own goals. It's more than likely that you will compare will with others anyway. Also it's a lifetime journey not a quick fix that you should be looking to achieve.

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here’s a workout to help you get the toned legs of a dancer. Pair this with a lot of stretching and you should notice a difference, especially in your calves, pretty quickly. For extra intensity, add dumbbells to the squats and lunges. Also, if you have a hard time balancing in the one-legged calf raises, stand near a wall or counter so you have something to rest your hand on for balance. That’s why we have barres in ballet classes!

How to prep for headstand- maybe one day I will be able to do This.

P.S. Read an article today about nitrates in foods reducing oxygen expenditure in exercise which lets you work longer at your max. Spinach and beets have a lot of nitrates. If you were curious.

Some day, I will do a marathon. That is my lifetime running goal for now: finish a marathon.

Add this 15 minute 300-rep abs workout to your routine to target your midsection and look great this summer.

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Why we run. (Brings an abstract meaning to my "Retreat" board, but it applies, don't you agree?)

these aren't unhealthy ideas! these are great tips! however you don't have to go to bed hungry, a small snack (a yogurt, handful of almonds, something) if you need it is fine. not sleeping because you're hungry is not a good thing

Full Body Fat Blaster - Set your timer for a 12 minute countdown. Aim for as many rounds as possible in 12 minutes.