Let's Talk Fit, Jenna

fatfares:

Another great video making the internet rounds to remind us big girls that we can do whatever the hell we want, we shouldn’t let society dictate what we can and cannot do, and… we is hot as hell ;P

She’s super talented, and athletic— I can’t even imagine how much strength and flexibility one needs to do this. Not to mention, she just exudes sexiness.

I’m starting to think… My next project? Pole dancing?

kellyfromthecity:

The next person who makes a joke about my pole dancing and calls me a stripper, I’m going to show them this photo and say, “You may or may not take me seriously, but just know that I can probably crush your tiny little skull with my thigh muscles.”

kellyfromthecity:

The next person who makes a joke about my pole dancing and calls me a stripper, I’m going to show them this photo and say, “You may or may not take me seriously, but just know that I can probably crush your tiny little skull with my thigh muscles.”

jimikissedthesky:

Like seriously though, why can’t I look like Iggy.

I want my arse that big and jiggly and sexy. And for my face to be that stunning. Fuck!

cussyeah-wesanderson:

The untold story behind The Grand Budapest Hotel’s ‘Boy with Apple’
Anderson provided a lot of input — particularly paintings by Bronzino, Holbein, Cranach; all sorts of stuff. I’d send suggestions and he would say, “Yes, yes, we must have that,” or “Why not some other color sleeve?” and so on. Some of it was very specific, but sometimes it was pretty broad, even contradictory — until I realized that maybe he wanted something that felt like it might have existed, but in some slightly parallel place.

I tried on every combination of velvet cloaks, furs, bodices, tights, shoes, codpieces…probably about 50 combinations. One of the bodices had been worn by Cate Blanchett when she played Elizabeth I. The dresser took photos of every outfit. They were sent to Wes Anderson, and he decided the final costume.

cussyeah-wesanderson:

The untold story behind The Grand Budapest Hotel’s ‘Boy with Apple’

Anderson provided a lot of input — particularly paintings by Bronzino, Holbein, Cranach; all sorts of stuff. I’d send suggestions and he would say, “Yes, yes, we must have that,” or “Why not some other color sleeve?” and so on. Some of it was very specific, but sometimes it was pretty broad, even contradictory — until I realized that maybe he wanted something that felt like it might have existed, but in some slightly parallel place.

I tried on every combination of velvet cloaks, furs, bodices, tights, shoes, codpieces…probably about 50 combinations. One of the bodices had been worn by Cate Blanchett when she played Elizabeth I. The dresser took photos of every outfit. They were sent to Wes Anderson, and he decided the final costume.

Think of exercising as a celebration of the amazing abilities of your body, not as a punishment, because you ate so many calories.

(via anna-learns-to-love-herself)

Yes! Took me so long to learn this.

(via runningisnottheenemy)

byeexcess:

iamoceanic:

crossfitters:

Krystal Cantu. 105lbs clean PR. 

hell yeah

WOW

byeexcess:

iamoceanic:

crossfitters:

Krystal Cantu. 105lbs clean PR. 

hell yeah

WOW

fit-girls-do-it-betterr:

Hardcore