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I am Teresa
I ♥ myself & I ♥ the world
I ♥ my family


1 | Uploaded on October, 1, 2014 | 2 weeks ago

Daddy <3

Daddy I miss you…

When are you coming home?

I haven’t have a good chat with you…

It has been 1 month you’ve gone…

I’m so lonely at home…

Nobody calls me every day to ask me am I hungry and what do I want to eat…

I’ve been waiting for so long and you left me crying alone…

I’m sitting at home waiting for you come back…

Please come home…

I MISS YOU DADDY!!!

:’(


0 | Uploaded on May, 6, 2014 | 5 months ago


0 | Uploaded on May, 1, 2014 | 5 months ago


1 | Uploaded on April, 14, 2014 | 6 months ago


Happy Birthday to myself.


0 | Uploaded on March, 23, 2014 | 7 months ago

So cute!

So cute!


0 | Uploaded on March, 6, 2014 | 7 months ago


I’m tired of cash flow statement.


0 | Uploaded on February, 28, 2014 | 7 months ago


4 | Uploaded on January, 26, 2014 | 8 months ago


6316 | Uploaded on January, 25, 2014 | 8 months ago

workout-riot:

little-miss-nutritionist:

onefitmodel:

10000steps:

healthy-is-perfection:

fitness-goddess:

dhpt:



This is so wrong physiologically that it hurts to read.
For those who want to know the actual physiology behind it:
In low intensity exercise (which is up to about 70% of your maximum intensity/max heart rate) you pull out triglycerides from adipose tissue and use a process of the metabolism called catabolism to breakdown those triglycerides into fatty acids for use by your muscles as fuel. That is when you burn literal stored adipose tissue aka fat. This happens before carb catabolism due to there being enough oxygen present to use fat catabolism and the fact that we are built for long-term storage; it’d be pretty unfortunate if we as a species used all of our macronutrients from one meal to fuel ourselves instead finding a way to store macronutrients for when food is scarce.
When you hit about 70% of your max however, you are no longer taking in enough oxygen to use fat catabolism and switch to carb catabolism from glycogen stores created by unused carbs. You are no longer directly burning fat ONLY because you’ve hit oxygen levels too low to do so by doing high intensity exercises. If you went back to low intensity, you’d switch back to fat catabolism. This is actually partially the reason why they say high intensity interval training is so effective.
All of this is paraphrased from the sixth edition Human Physiology textbook written by Dee Unglaub Silverthorne. So there’s your source if you’re anal about sources like I am.

i love seeing these ridiculous posts being called out on their bullshit. seriously, stop believing everything you see on this website and do RESEARCH

That’s why I refused to reblogg this post the many times I saw it on my dashboard, I knew this couldn’t possibly be true. Thank you to whoever set this straight…

Yes. Thank you!

For my followers you need to read this :) x
Nutritional advice to get you healthy and on track!

Rebloging because I didn’t even know that

workout-riot:

little-miss-nutritionist:

onefitmodel:

10000steps:

healthy-is-perfection:

fitness-goddess:

dhpt:

This is so wrong physiologically that it hurts to read.

For those who want to know the actual physiology behind it:

In low intensity exercise (which is up to about 70% of your maximum intensity/max heart rate) you pull out triglycerides from adipose tissue and use a process of the metabolism called catabolism to breakdown those triglycerides into fatty acids for use by your muscles as fuel. That is when you burn literal stored adipose tissue aka fat. This happens before carb catabolism due to there being enough oxygen present to use fat catabolism and the fact that we are built for long-term storage; it’d be pretty unfortunate if we as a species used all of our macronutrients from one meal to fuel ourselves instead finding a way to store macronutrients for when food is scarce.

When you hit about 70% of your max however, you are no longer taking in enough oxygen to use fat catabolism and switch to carb catabolism from glycogen stores created by unused carbs. You are no longer directly burning fat ONLY because you’ve hit oxygen levels too low to do so by doing high intensity exercises. If you went back to low intensity, you’d switch back to fat catabolism. This is actually partially the reason why they say high intensity interval training is so effective.

All of this is paraphrased from the sixth edition Human Physiology textbook written by Dee Unglaub Silverthorne. So there’s your source if you’re anal about sources like I am.

i love seeing these ridiculous posts being called out on their bullshit. seriously, stop believing everything you see on this website and do RESEARCH

That’s why I refused to reblogg this post the many times I saw it on my dashboard, I knew this couldn’t possibly be true. Thank you to whoever set this straight…

Yes. Thank you!

For my followers you need to read this :) x

Nutritional advice to get you healthy and on track!

Rebloging because I didn’t even know that

(Source: fit-fab-fun, via madamebones)


263910 | Uploaded on January, 25, 2014 | 8 months ago

skanksterrr:

bryanthephotogeek:

iwasneverasweetheart:

cubbiemcprude:

Time to get healthy.

Damn

I actually like a couple of these, and I can see some of you liking specific ones as well. 

If you really want to step up your fitness game, during “rests” try skipping/running on the spot instead. A bit of cardio that even makes level 1 feel more intense

(via live-eat-breathe-fit)


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14999 | Uploaded on January, 24, 2014 | 8 months ago

fitnessgifs4u:

BeFiT GO | Beach Body- 40 Minute Fat-Burning HIIT Workout…VIDEO

(Source: fitnessgifs4u, via get-up-and-go-run)


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10098 | Uploaded on January, 24, 2014 | 8 months ago

fitnessgifs4u:

Total Body Workout Gifs  -www.isefitness.com

 

(via freshfitnessgirl)


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