So as I was doing some poking around on tumblr, I realized that if you search tags like #ana, #mia, #thigh gap, etc, tumblr responds with this message on top of the results.
You go, tumblr. You go.
Cereal with Blueberries
The colors here just make me so happy.
I’m giving away the 4th pair of NIKE FREE’s this week for the #thisisMYJULY celebration!!!
All you have to do is reblog this post to be entered! I’ll pick a winner on Sunday.
Do the above routine 3 x through with 30 sec rest in between ea move and 1 min rest between ea set. End with a 10 min cardio blast. If you don’t have a treadmill do the FAT MELTING ROUTINE once through.
Following the Blogilates calendar this month and I gotta say, these HIITs kill me in the best way. Nothing else can make me sweat this much!
(Also how cute are these sneakers?)
To supply the beef slaughterhouse, ConAgra operates a pair of enormous feedlots. Each of them can hold up to one hundred thousand head of cattle. At time the animals are crowded so closely together it looks like a sea of cattle, a mooing, moving mass of brown and white fur that goes on for acres. These cattle don’t eat blue grama and buffalo grass off the prairie. During the three months before slaughter, they eat grain dumped into long concrete troughs that resemble highway dividers. The grain fattens the cattle quickly, aided by the anabolic steroids implanted into their ear. A typical steer will consume more than three thousand pounds of grain during its stay at a feedlot, just to gain four hundred pounds in weight. The process involves a fair amount of waste. Each steer deposits about fifty pounds of urine and manure every day. Unlike human waste, the manure is not sent to a treatment plant. It is dumped into pits, huge pools of excrement that the industry calls ‘lagoons.’ The amount of waste left by the cattle that pass through Weld County [CO] is staggering. The two Monfort feedlots outside Greeley produce more excrement than the cities of Denver, Boston, Atlanta, and St. Louis—combined.
Fast Food Nation - Eric Schlosser
(Just one of the reasons the amount of meat we consume is so harmful.)