H & F Pinterest Round Up

Today I needed an easy-breezy post because… to be totally honest I haven’t done a single thing to prep! Skylor has been gone soooooo I’ve not done anything really haha.
When I say anything I mean it, like there’s totally piles of laundry all over my living room and bedroom. So a well-planned blog post really had no chance today haha. But I still wanted to do a little something for you guys!
Alsoooo. H stands for health and F stands for fitness….
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Pinterest can be a never-ending black hole if you aren’t careful (also… I feel like 50% of the content on the health and fitness page is bogus) so I decided to put some links and articles together that I have been digging on pinterest.
Sorry that this food stuff is all frozen! It’s almost summer time so smoothies are sounding bomb.com right now!

Foodie Stuff

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Image source: Cooking Classy
How freaking divine does this smoothie look? I snagged the recipe from Cooking Classy (link HERE) and I am freaking dying over it. I love a good green smoothie and the orange in this sounds like freaking perfection.

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Image source: The Pretty Bee
Where there is green, there must be red too! Okay so I’ve never had a smoothie this red before but the color itself has totally hooked me in. Plus… KIWIS. Why are they the prettiest fruit in the world?!?!
Recipe is from The Pretty Bee (link found HERE)

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Image source: Rachel Schultz
Apples during the summer are just the freaking best. I love super crisp and sweet apples (like pink lady or gala) and these treats are the perfect snack to satisfy your sweet tooth! I’m going to prep these the next time I’m craving cookies or something. The recipe is from Rachel Schultz (link found HERE).

Sweaty Stuff

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Image source: Eating Bird Food
I found this simple stretch segment off of Eating Bird Food (link found HERE) and I don’t know about you but I have gotta get my stretch game going. I feel like it something that my regular fitness routine has been lacking and I desperately need to change it. Personally, I would try to hold each stretch for 30 seconds-1 minutes and then repeat the entire segment once your muscles loosen a bit after the first round.
If you’ve read my blog at all, you know I love my at-home workouts. I like the gym but I love not having to go anywhere to get a great workout! I’m always down to try new things and cardio is my weakness (I hate/love it). I got this from a blog called The Healthy Fit Foodie (link found HERE) I love the simplicity of this workout and I can’t wait to try it.

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Image credit: Nathaniel Welch
Last but not least… my girl Tracy Anderson. Freaking obsessed with her. Her workouts are unique and require a lot of thinking. According to TA, keeping your brain involved is mega important (there’s a time for just mindless sweating but most of your workouts should involve your brain!). I’ve actually done this workout while I was on a work trip and I loved it. Tracy is freaking genius. Source of the workout is from Health Magazine (link found HERE).

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