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    An old late night gym session🏋🏿‍♂️ with @enzoquicho and his training routine @lo.qui_training very effective back attack💪🏿

    An old late night gym session🏋🏿‍♂️ with @enzoquicho and his training routine @lo.qui_training very effective back attack💪🏿
    0 1 29 seconds ago

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    0 1 52 seconds ago

    Summer bodies are made in the winter, with a few cocktails along the way 🥂😜... In this case, #Summer2015 Body is the mission #bodygoals

    Summer bodies are made in the winter, with a few cocktails along the way 🥂😜... In this case, #Summer2015 Body is the mission #bodygoals
    7 1 1 minute ago

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    Damn. Crazy how little progress you see in yourself everyday but then you look back a few years and see you went from lookin like the kid from the movie Up to Jet Li in his prime movie years 😂 Be consistent and trust the process. Stop worrying about instant gratification and keep grinding fam! Stay #alwayshungry #transformationtuesday

    Damn. Crazy how little progress you see in yourself everyday but then you look back a few years and see you went from lookin like the kid from the movie Up to Jet Li in his prime movie years 😂 Be consistent and trust the process. Stop worrying about instant gratification and keep grinding fam! Stay #alwayshungry #transformationtuesday
    55 2 2 minutes ago

    ❌🧠🤯6 Ways To Give Your Mind A Break:

    1. Stop stressing
    2. Stop worrying
    3. Give rest to the problems weighing you down
    4. Lighten up
    5. Forgive yourself
    6. Forgive others
    Germany Kent

    ❌🧠🤯6 Ways To Give Your Mind A Break:

1. Stop stressing
2. Stop worrying
3. Give rest to the problems weighing you down
4. Lighten up
5. Forgive yourself
6. Forgive others
Germany Kent
    2 1 3 minutes ago

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    Every person's life comes to a moment when he realizes that things happen only once, and there is no second chance. Right then, we start to appreciate the moments, not only the important events for us, but also those little moments we want never to end. Do not wait to get there, appreciate every moment, use every opportunity to achieve your goals, because time does not return, missed moments too.

    Photo by: @peturpetrovph

    Every person's life comes to a moment when he realizes that things happen only once, and there is no second chance. Right then, we start to appreciate the moments, not only the important events for us, but also those little moments we want never to end. Do not wait to get there, appreciate every moment, use every opportunity to achieve your goals, because time does not return, missed moments too.

Photo by: @peturpetrovph
    6 1 3 minutes ago

    Bit late to the party but swipe for my 10 year transformation. The first photo is me the other day, the second photo is me around 10 years ago.
    I feel a little ashamed to share the second photo as I really despise(d) who I was back then...drinking regularly, eating unhealthily, dabbling with substances, never exercising, very depressed, hating myself and my life. I hated how I looked (amongst many other things) and was embarrassed to dress that way, conscious of how big my legs were, my fat wobbling and my skirt riding up with every step I took, but dressed like it nonetheless as I guess I wanted to fit in. I thought that partying and drinking was how to be happy, it felt like my only form of escape from my life at the time (this distorted view continued for many years), and the thought of exercising filled me with fear and dread because it felt so difficult, uncomfortable and embarrassing when I did try it in the past.
    Fast forward to now and I still have my own personal battles, but I’ve fixed a lot of what I felt was wrong back then, through the support of loved ones, and through hard work and perseverance. I started off by exercising regularly at home using DVD’s and apps to get over the fears and embarrassment I had, before moving on to running and gyms when I felt more confident in my abilities. I started cooking and eating healthily and gradually avoided partying more and more (the latter taking a long time to change unfortunately), I distanced myself from bad influences in my life and tried to figure out what makes me happy (and it turns out all of the above!). Don’t get me wrong, it took me many years to feel more comfortable in my skin and somewhat comfortable in my mind, and it’s an ongoing journey, but I’m no longer ashamed of who I am. I also learned a very important lesson which applies to everything in life; You get out what you put in.

    Bit late to the party but swipe for my 10 year transformation. The first photo is me the other day, the second photo is me around 10 years ago. 
I feel a little ashamed to share the second photo as I really despise(d) who I was back then...drinking regularly, eating unhealthily, dabbling with substances, never exercising, very depressed, hating myself and my life. I hated how I looked (amongst many other things) and was embarrassed to dress that way, conscious of how big my legs were, my fat wobbling and my skirt riding up with every step I took, but dressed like it nonetheless as I guess I wanted to fit in. I thought that partying and drinking was how to be happy, it felt like my only form of escape from my life at the time (this distorted view continued for many years), and the thought of exercising filled me with fear and dread because it felt so difficult, uncomfortable and embarrassing when I did try it in the past. 
Fast forward to now and I still have my own personal battles, but I’ve fixed a lot of what I felt was wrong back then, through the support of loved ones, and through hard work and perseverance. I started off by exercising regularly at home using DVD’s and apps to get over the fears and embarrassment I had, before moving on to running and gyms when I felt more confident in my abilities. I started cooking and eating healthily and gradually avoided partying more and more (the latter taking a long time to change unfortunately), I distanced myself from bad influences in my life and tried to figure out what makes me happy (and it turns out all of the above!). Don’t get me wrong, it took me many years to feel more comfortable in my skin and somewhat comfortable in my mind, and it’s an ongoing journey, but I’m no longer ashamed of who I am. I also learned a very important lesson which applies to everything in life; You get out what you put in.
    41 3 4 minutes ago