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KIK: jlmsham

"There are 2 important days in your life; the day you're born and the day you find out why."


Fueled by caffeine and dreams.
CrossFit Athlete.
Div 1 Basketball Player.
Aspiring Statistician.
Full time dork.
University of Toronto.

I like lifting heavy shit, long walks to the kitchen and ice baths post workout.

I blog about fitness, my training, beautiful women and things that make me smile.

Cheers.

DISCLAIMER: Nothing I post is mine unless otherwise stated. Inbox me if you would like me to give you credit or remove a post.

Stats

Height: 5'1 CW: 122lbs (20%BF) Bench: 130lbs Squat: 225lbs Deadlift: 245lbs Snatch: 75lbs Clean & Jerk:125lb

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punderstruck:

livefitdiefit:

Putting pants on is the worst part of my day.

what you are so cute

But baeee 😊

punderstruck:

livefitdiefit:

Putting pants on is the worst part of my day.

what you are so cute

But baeee 😊

thesecrowns:

People who claim they don’t watch the WNBA because it’s not good basketball do not know what they are talking about. Maybe it’s true that the women don’t play above the rim much, but if the San Antonio Spurs taught you anything as they dismantled the Heat (on the court and quite possibly, as a team—we’ll see what free agency brings), it’s that great fundamental basketball with screens, cuts, and precision passing can be incredibly exciting. Someone you should watch? Angel McCoughtry of the Atlanta Dream. She was straight beastmode playing for the University of Louisville, and those skills have translated nicely to the WNBA.  Upon joining the Atlanta Dream, McCoughtry soon made a name for herself as an outstanding scorer with excellent penetration and a penchant for drawing the foul. After grabbing Rookie of the Year honors in 2009, she went on to finish third and second in points per game for 2010 and 2011 respectively. She also led the league in free throw attempts twice. On September 8, 2010, McCoughtry set an WNBA playoff record with 42 points in game two of the Eastern Conference Finals against the New York Liberty. In Game 1 of the 2011 WNBA Finals against the Minnesota Lynx, she set Finals records for most points in a quarter (19) and most points in a game (38).  I know she missed a dunk that one time…but I wouldn’t bet against her. At 6’1” and 160 pounds, she has a body built to fly.

(via sameatschildren)

thevirginharry:

remember swine flu reblog if ur a tru 2009 kid

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Bae

Bae

(Source: laurelryser, via sweat-tea)

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Fuck. What’s with all my exes wanting to talk to me today

Reblog if you’re genuinely happy when a blog you follow posts about any of their progress.

I’ve turned into one of those people who constantly promote things on Facebook, sharing and inviting people to events.  I am so sorry for constantly spamming your newsfeed.

crystalfy:

It bothers me that the intelligence of animals is measured by how willing they are to obey the commands of a human.

same goes for students at schools

I just realized how fucked up that is wow. 

(Source: leisurelee, via just-yasmeen)

therule-breaker:

princass:

life is tough when you’re a lazy perfectionist who simultaneously doesn’t give a shit about anything but at the same time cares too much about everything you feel

holy fuck I’ve never heard a sentence that describes me better

I thought I was the only one

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