Jørgine Vasstrand Haagensen and her daughter. Mom of 2.
We do squats and lunges like this, but my kiddo is squirmy - I haven’t had the nerve to try jumps yet!
Just because you’re “starving” you don’t need to eat faster. When you’re done eating, if you have hiccups, indigestion, a stomachache, or you’re burping and farting, that means you’re eating too fast and gulping down air. Slow down. Breathe evenly. Conversely, make sure you aren’t holding your breath while you speed-eat. It takes time for your brain to get the message that your stomach is full. The slower you eat, the less likely you are to overeat. Also, be sure to chew your food purposefully and slowly. Rest in between bites. Do not watch TV, read a magazine, talk on the phone, or do anything else while you are eating. The goal is to know when you’re full (without having stuffed yourself) and to be able to put the fork down.
This is some excellent advice.
January 2013 vs March 2014. 4’11/150cm, ~125lbs, 30GG-32G bra, 28” waist, 37” hips. juniors 3-5, misses 4-6, kids 14-16.
Same weight and size in both pictures but I’d like to think there’s been a serious improvement in my tummy and booty. Just reminding myself that the numbers might not change but that doesn’t mean my body isn’t changing!
mini-queen.tumblr.com // squigglypuff.tumblr.com
Improved self-esteem is a key psychological benefit of regular physical activity.WebMD (via motiveweight)