3/5/13

Pinterest Fitness Inspiration

I hope you are all having a lovely Tuesday!

I have been spending quite a bit of time on Pinterest lately (perhaps too much?), and definitely too much time catching up on the third season of Downton Abbey (how DARE they kill my favorite character!!). Since I can't stream my favorite D.A. episodes on my blog, I figured a little Pinspiration might suffice to explain my happenings as of late (or, I suppose, what I would LIKE my happenings to be of late, since I have been sick in bed for the last few days).

Side Note for my Mom:  I don't endorse dressing like a hoochie mama while working out...I like these pictures because they display strong women who have worked really hard to achieve their fitness goals!





























And here, my friend, is a glimpse at last night's Costco grocery run:

($3 giant bags of romaine!!! Costco is my happy place.)



Where do YOU shop for groceries???

 

6 comments:

  1. I have been having a hard time getting into Pinterest..although since I hear it is addicting maybe that is a good thing..I love these inspirational pics tho, makes me want to go to a handstand!

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  2. love the look of your blog! I shop at Whole Foods & Trader Joe's -- love them :]

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  3. Those are some inspiring pictures and I liked the ones you picked displaying acts of fitness instead of just "Oh, check out this hot body" like a lot of Pinterest images can be. Great inspirational images! And that Costco run looks like a lot of good stuff.

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  4. Loved all the Yoga poses!! I defiantly want to try some one day! Costco and a place called Sams (its just like costco)

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  5. oh my goodness! Those pictures are amazing! I can only dream about being those woman!

    I've never shopped at Costco! I need to get in with the cool crowd. lol. I like Harris Teeter and Wegmans a lot!

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  6. Great inspiration images - shame you had to make the comment about women dressing like "hoochie mamas" while they are working out. As you said they have worked hard to reach their fitness goals - they can also wear what they want without judgement.

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