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These stretches are so good for your back, arms and shoulders. I do them every time after Kettlebell training or my crazy plank circuits. It feels so good.

Stretch It Out!

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Kacy Catanzaro: the first woman in history to qualify for Mt. Midoriyama.

I was telling some of my students last night (especially the ones somehow even smaller than I am, including two very badass ladies) to look this performance up cuz it is legit inspiring.

There were like FOUR places where her height required her to JUMP when taller competitors could REACH. So cool.

I just watched this last night, and she is incredible. 5’ tall, 100# flat and she beasts through the course even making it up the ramp in one run. She’s positively epic. Makes me want to look into freerunning clubs around here.

She is literally one of my favorite people and a huge inspiration to me. She might be a heck of a lot shorter than me (literally 10 inches shorter), but to do what she can takes some serious strength and endurance. I can’t do half of what she does today, but one day I will.

This is badass!!!!

Someone finally made it!

She is/was a beast!!!!

AHHH I watched that one! She’s amazing

My dad and I both watch this show, I was screaming the whole time she was JUMPING through the obstacles that she was clearly at a disadvantage for, since she’s 5’0 and 100 pounds. 

My dad texted me “Just watched Kacy. that had to be one of the most phenomenal things I’ve ever seen”

She’s such a badass, I love everything about her!

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Personal fitblrs?


I need to follow more personal fitness/weight loss blogs instead of curator blogs that only reblog pictures.

I want to follow the people that the blog represents.

Like or reblog this and I’ll check your blog out, paying specific attention to the things you post.

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