blogilates:

BLOGILATES MEAL PLAN & 90 DAY CHALLENGE WORKOUT CALENDAR  REVEALED 
Hello POPsters!
I need to get to bed soon, so I’m gonna make this quick.
I just finished the meal plan. Those of you that signed up for my newsletter have received it by now and I hope you are as excited as I am to get started!!!
There’s a bunch of guidelines in the plan, but here are some key things I want you to remember:
1. Print the meal plan out and stick it on your fridge. This will allow you to stay FOCUSED.
2. Prepare your meals the night before or even the Sunday before, for the whole week, if you’re super busy and don’t have time to cook.
3. You must drink 3-4L of water EVERY DAY.
4. You will eat every 2-3 hours throughout the day.
5. You will workout 1 hr a day 5-6x a week for quickest results.
6. Our challenge starts today Oct 24, 2011 and ends Jan 22, 2012.
Here’s your weekly POP workout calendar:
Monday: Total Body. 
Begin the week with an awesome full body routine! (If there’s a new vid, do that first though!) Pick 50 minutes worth of POP Pilates Total Body videos to sculpt and end with 2 rounds of POP Cardio or POP HIITS to melt fat.
Tuesday: Upper Body & Back. 
Focus on your arms, chest, and back. Pick 50 minutes worth of POP Pilates Arm & Upper Body and POP Pilates Backvideos and end with 2 rounds of POP Cardio or POP HIITS to let those guns out!
Wednesday: Abs & Obliques!
Perfect mid week pick-me-up with core strengthening moves! Pick 50 minutes of POP Pilates Abs and POP Pilates Oblique & Muffintop videos to flatten that belly and end with 2 rounds of POP Cardio or POP HIITS  to let those defined abs of yours peak through.
Thursday: Lower Body.
Time to tighten the legs and tone up your booty! Pick 50 minutes of POP Pilates Legs & Thighs and POP Pilates Butt videos for an amazing lower body shaper and end with 2 rounds of POP Cardio or POP HIITS  to get those sexy runner’s legs.
Friday: Mix it up!
POPster’s choice. Pick 1 hour of anything POP. Try looking under POP Pilates with Equipment and Song Workouts.
Saturday:
Fun cardio day! Give me 1 hr of running, swimming, kickboxing, or salsa dancing! If you can’t decide, doing 4 rounds of POP Cardio or POP HIITS is fine by me.
Sunday:
Rest! Spend time with friends and fam and get your meals ready for the week.
THAT IS IT!!! Simple enough right? Make sure to log EVERYTHING you are doing on your blogs so that your fellow POPsters can be inspired by how hard you push yourself. Tell us what you’re eating, how you feel, what videos you did, and most importantly…how sore you are!!! (Oh don’t forget to take a “before” pic of your front, back, and sides in a bikini or in your bra and underwear. No need to post. This is for self reflection later on.)
Also, I noticed that when I sent out the plan, not everyone got it. Can you guys check your settings and make sure you’re not just following my blog, but are allowing me to email you? Because this is  your first time and the challenge has already started, I’m gonna be nice and just share the meal plan link right here. But please, try to fix your Google Friend Connect account settings for future mailings!
<3 Cassey
YA READY!!??

blogilates:

BLOGILATES MEAL PLAN & 90 DAY CHALLENGE WORKOUT CALENDAR  REVEALED 

Hello POPsters!

I need to get to bed soon, so I’m gonna make this quick.

I just finished the meal plan. Those of you that signed up for my newsletter have received it by now and I hope you are as excited as I am to get started!!!

There’s a bunch of guidelines in the plan, but here are some key things I want you to remember:

1. Print the meal plan out and stick it on your fridge. This will allow you to stay FOCUSED.

2. Prepare your meals the night before or even the Sunday before, for the whole week, if you’re super busy and don’t have time to cook.

3. You must drink 3-4L of water EVERY DAY.

4. You will eat every 2-3 hours throughout the day.

5. You will workout 1 hr a day 5-6x a week for quickest results.

6. Our challenge starts today Oct 24, 2011 and ends Jan 22, 2012.


Here’s your weekly POP workout calendar:

Monday: Total Body. 

Begin the week with an awesome full body routine! (If there’s a new vid, do that first though!) Pick 50 minutes worth of POP Pilates Total Body videos to sculpt and end with 2 rounds of POP Cardio or POP HIITS to melt fat.

Tuesday: Upper Body & Back. 

Focus on your arms, chest, and back. Pick 50 minutes worth of POP Pilates Arm & Upper Body and POP Pilates Backvideos and end with 2 rounds of POP Cardio or POP HIITS to let those guns out!

Wednesday: Abs & Obliques!

Perfect mid week pick-me-up with core strengthening moves! Pick 50 minutes of POP Pilates Abs and POP Pilates Oblique & Muffintop videos to flatten that belly and end with 2 rounds of POP Cardio or POP HIITS  to let those defined abs of yours peak through.

Thursday: Lower Body.

Time to tighten the legs and tone up your booty! Pick 50 minutes of POP Pilates Legs & Thighs and POP Pilates Butt videos for an amazing lower body shaper and end with 2 rounds of POP Cardio or POP HIITS  to get those sexy runner’s legs.

Friday: Mix it up!

POPster’s choice. Pick 1 hour of anything POP. Try looking under POP Pilates with Equipment and Song Workouts.

Saturday:

Fun cardio day! Give me 1 hr of running, swimming, kickboxing, or salsa dancing! If you can’t decide, doing 4 rounds of POP Cardio or POP HIITS is fine by me.

Sunday:

Rest! Spend time with friends and fam and get your meals ready for the week.


THAT IS IT!!! Simple enough right? Make sure to log EVERYTHING you are doing on your blogs so that your fellow POPsters can be inspired by how hard you push yourself. Tell us what you’re eating, how you feel, what videos you did, and most importantly…how sore you are!!! (Oh don’t forget to take a “before” pic of your front, back, and sides in a bikini or in your bra and underwear. No need to post. This is for self reflection later on.)

Also, I noticed that when I sent out the plan, not everyone got it. Can you guys check your settings and make sure you’re not just following my blog, but are allowing me to email you? Because this is  your first time and the challenge has already started, I’m gonna be nice and just share the meal plan link right here. But please, try to fix your Google Friend Connect account settings for future mailings!

<3 Cassey

YA READY!!??

Happy fall :)

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Always love this scene. 

The leaves are starting to change! 

bluntsandbl0ndes:

not really sure how anyone could not reblog this 

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life:

President George W. Bush was informed by his chief of staff Andrew Card of the attacks on the World Trade Center during a school reading event in Sarasota, Florida.

Ten years later, one of the kids who was there in that class, Chantal Guerrero, told Time magazine that to this day she’s grateful that Bush — obviously profoundly upset about something that Card had told him — maintained his composure and stayed with the students until the book they were reading, The Pet Goat, was finished. “I think the President was trying to keep us from finding out,” Guerrero said, “so we all wouldn’t freak out.”

see more 911 Photos of 9/11

itsbieberswifebitch:

A sign on hope: firefighters raise the American flag


After the tower collapsed.


Memorial of candles


The countless loss


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The countless victims of 9/11 


We are still standing



Reblog this to commemorate those who died in 9/11…..

teenwaste:

On September 11, Richard Drew was also covering the Fall Fashion Week. He rushed to the site, where he captured the dramatic pictures of the people jumping out of the towers. In most American newspapers, his photos ran once and were never seen again; the memories of “jumpers” were so heartrending, their plunges so traumatic and their suicides so stigmatic that officially and journalistically, they ceased to exist.

In official records, nobody had jumped; no one had ever been a jumper. Instead, people fell or were forced out by the heat, the smoke and the flames. A decade on, this denial still holds. The 9/11 Museum will consign the story of the jumpers into a hidden alcove, and there is widespread reluctance to DNA-identify the remains. In that sense, the jumpers were modern unknown soldiers, and their pictures, the photographic equivalent of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

We will never know truly their motives, but retellings of the jumpers’ stories were at best a measured alteration of history, and a signal of many such revisions to come, as politicians and pundits continue to hijack the narrative and legacy of 9/11. (via)

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lolinternets:

Admit it. You have a dirty mind.

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