A work in progress

A BLOG DEDICATED TO MOTIVATING MYSELF TO BECOME WHO I WANT TO BE, AND PROVIDE RESOURCES, MOTIVATION AND SUPPORT TO OTHERS.

adifferenthunger:

And this is what’s up, yo.
Just to be clear: I have no gym membership, nor do I belong to a health club of any kind.  I own no fitness equipment whatsoever, not even hand weights.  The progress you see here is a result of cleaning up my eating habits, doing body weight exercises, and lifting things I have around the house.  While I watch TV (and believe me, I watch a metric fuckton of TV), I lift wine bottles, water bottles, liquid detergent bottles, furniture, duffel bags full of rocks, neighbourhood children… you name it.  If it has a handle or if I can figure out how to hold onto it, I lift it.  And lift.  And lift.  When I get tired, I lift more.  About half of my lifting is for upper body; I also do lower-body exercises like squats while holding up one end of the sofa.  You can get really creative with furniture.  I bench press my bed every morning.  As soon as I get out of bed, I’m under it.
Fitblr community, you are my inspiration and my strength.  Thank you for being on my dash every day.

adifferenthunger:

And this is what’s up, yo.

Just to be clear: I have no gym membership, nor do I belong to a health club of any kind.  I own no fitness equipment whatsoever, not even hand weights.  The progress you see here is a result of cleaning up my eating habits, doing body weight exercises, and lifting things I have around the house.  While I watch TV (and believe me, I watch a metric fuckton of TV), I lift wine bottles, water bottles, liquid detergent bottles, furniture, duffel bags full of rocks, neighbourhood children… you name it.  If it has a handle or if I can figure out how to hold onto it, I lift it.  And lift.  And lift.  When I get tired, I lift more.  About half of my lifting is for upper body; I also do lower-body exercises like squats while holding up one end of the sofa.  You can get really creative with furniture.  I bench press my bed every morning.  As soon as I get out of bed, I’m under it.

Fitblr community, you are my inspiration and my strength.  Thank you for being on my dash every day.

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