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Low Calorie Ice Creams & Desserts
Here’s a list of low calorie desserts from here. There are more dessert alternatives here and if you have any more suggestions, let me know here!
REDUCED CALORIE
Breyers French Chocolate Fat Free (1/2 cup)Nutrition: 90 cal; 3 g pro; 13 g sugar; 4 g fiber; 0 g fat
Arctic Zero Frozen Desserts (1/2 Cup)Nutrition: 37 cal; 3.4g pro; 5g sugar; 2g fiber; 0g fat;
FROZEN YOGURT
Stonyfield Farm Organic Nonfat Frozen Yogurt (1/2 cup)Nutrition: 100 cal; 4 g pro; 18 g sugar; 1 g fiber; 0 g fat
SORBET
Ciao Bella Blood Orange Sorbet (1/2 cup)Nutrition: 60 cal; 0 g pro; 16 g sugar; 0 g fiber; 0 g fat
NONDAIRY
So Delicious Dairy Free Vanilla Frozen Dessert (1/2 cup) Nutrition: 130 cal; 1 g pro; 13 g sugar; 3 g fiber; 3 g fat
ICE-CREAM SANDWICH
Julie’s Organic Juliette Ice Cream Sandwiches (1 bar)Nutrition: 100 cal; 2 g pro; 6 g sugar; 0 g fiber; 0 g fat
ICE POP
Edy’s All Natural Fruit Bars Strawberry (1 bar)Nutrition: 80 cal; 0 g pro; 20 g sugar; 1 g fiber; 0 g fat 

sweatsalty:

Low Calorie Ice Creams & Desserts

Here’s a list of low calorie desserts from here. There are more dessert alternatives here and if you have any more suggestions, let me know here!

REDUCED CALORIE

Breyers French Chocolate Fat Free (1/2 cup)
Nutrition: 90 cal; 3 g pro; 13 g sugar; 4 g fiber; 0 g fat

Arctic Zero Frozen Desserts (1/2 Cup)
Nutrition: 37 cal; 3.4g pro; 5g sugar; 2g fiber; 0g fat;

FROZEN YOGURT

Stonyfield Farm Organic Nonfat Frozen Yogurt (1/2 cup)
Nutrition: 100 cal; 4 g pro; 18 g sugar; 1 g fiber; 0 g fat

SORBET

Ciao Bella Blood Orange Sorbet (1/2 cup)
Nutrition: 60 cal; 0 g pro; 16 g sugar; 0 g fiber; 0 g fat

NONDAIRY

So Delicious Dairy Free Vanilla Frozen Dessert (1/2 cup)
Nutrition: 
130 cal; 1 g pro; 13 g sugar; 3 g fiber; 3 g fat

ICE-CREAM SANDWICH

Julie’s Organic Juliette Ice Cream Sandwiches (1 bar)
Nutrition: 100 cal; 2 g pro; 6 g sugar; 0 g fiber; 0 g fat

ICE POP

Edy’s All Natural Fruit Bars Strawberry (1 bar)
Nutrition: 80 cal; 0 g pro; 20 g sugar; 1 g fiber; 0 g fat 

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Darby’s Healthblr giveaway!!

As an apology for my lack of posting while my mac was being fixed I want to do this giveaway to all of my followers! Thank you so much for staying even while I was gone!! <33

Winner will be announced on the first of december! Reblog as many times as you wish until then! You must be following Darbysworld!

Good luck!!


Includes:

  • Organic coconut oil shampoo
  • Organic coconut oil conditioner
  • Coconut water - vita coca
  • ohso 72 cal probiotic chocolate bar
  • chocolate brownie trek bar
  • apple pie nakd bar
  • cocoa orange nakd bar
  • Zero cal fat burning sports drink
  • assorted tea (including my face yogi cocoa spice tea)
  • Green Tea Leaf mints (3 mints = 1 cup of green tea)
  • Bach Cherry Plus Essence (stops cravings and emotional eating)
  • White chocolate bear shaped calcium vitamins 
  • Natural antioxidant lolipops
  • a books of healthy eating tips, tricks, recipes, and facts
  • & Thursday Plantation Tea Tree + Aloe Vera filled Cotton Buds (always stop my pimples before they come up)

P.S. Likes do not count!
I HOPE YOU WIN! <33

(via healthyfitnesslover)

hey i was just wondering if you would know why every time i do squats i never feel the burn in my ass- it's always legs. and the muscle soreness is never in my bum which sucks cause the whole reason i do squats is to have a sexy bubble butt. haha would it be something to do with my technique? thanks!

Ooooo I know EXACTLY what you’re doing wrong, and how to fix it.

You’re probably feeling it all in your quads because that’s what you’re working,because you have the form all wrong. This is what I did when I first started out. Your knees are coming waaaaay too far forwards, forcing your quads to do all the work.

You’re going to want to do three things:

  • Learn about the squat form: Check out this page, videos on youtube, and other resources on the web.
  • Learn the squat-to-stand method.
  • Then, finally start with box squats.

This is how I learned! Make sure you go parallel or lower, then SQUEEZE your butt straight at the top.

sweatsalty:

Best Dance Workout DVDs!
Hip Hop:
Dance Off the Inches: Cardio Hip Hop
10 Minute Solution: Hip Hop Dance Mix
HIP HOP ABS Package - Fat Burning Cardio, Ab Sculpt, Total Body Burn, Secrets to Flat Abs
Ballroom:
Dancing With the Stars: Ballroom Buns &amp; Abs
Dance with Julianne: Cardio Ballroom
Latin:
Crunch: Latin Rhythms
Dance Fitness for Beginners with MaDonna Grimes: African Beat - Latin Heat
Zumba Fitness
Brazilian Dance Workout with Vanessa Isaac
Misc:
Dance Remix with Patrick Goudeau
Fitness with the Pros
Dancing With the Stars: Dance Body Tone
Any more suggestions? Send them here
sweatsalty:

Need new running shoes?
I’ve been getting questions about my shoes, and they’re Asics Gel Nimbus 14! I absolutely love them they’re super supportive. With other shoes, my knees and hips start to hurt when I run, but these feel like running on clouds. If you’re in the market for new super comfortable shoes, give these a try!
I much prefer ASICS and Mizuno to Nike - Nike looks great, but my ankles roll around and they’re just not supportive. If you’re doing more than 10 miles a week, I’d suggest going with ASICS or Mizuno. I understand that they’re expensive, but to be able to run without hurting is worth the price to me. Here are some cheaper alternatives if you’re more price-sensitive! 
ASICS Women’s GT 2170 Running Shoe
ASICS Women’s Gel-Kahana 5 Running Shoe - on sale for $50
ASICS Women’s Gel-Nimbus 13 Running Shoe - on sale
ASICS Women’s GEL-Blur33 Running Shoe cheapest
Mizuno Women’s Wave Rider 15 Running Shoe
Here are some general tips about shoes:
Size up 1/2 to 1 size from your everyday shoes
Tie the shoelaces tightly
Check if your ankle rotates and is flimsy in the shoe
Replace your shoes every 300-400 miles (or every 6 months).
Don’t put them in the washing machine!

sweatsalty:

Need new running shoes?

I’ve been getting questions about my shoes, and they’re Asics Gel Nimbus 14! I absolutely love them they’re super supportive. With other shoes, my knees and hips start to hurt when I run, but these feel like running on clouds. If you’re in the market for new super comfortable shoes, give these a try!

I much prefer ASICS and Mizuno to Nike - Nike looks great, but my ankles roll around and they’re just not supportive. If you’re doing more than 10 miles a week, I’d suggest going with ASICS or Mizuno. I understand that they’re expensive, but to be able to run without hurting is worth the price to me. Here are some cheaper alternatives if you’re more price-sensitive! 

Here are some general tips about shoes:

  • Size up 1/2 to 1 size from your everyday shoes
  • Tie the shoelaces tightly
  • Check if your ankle rotates and is flimsy in the shoe
  • Replace your shoes every 300-400 miles (or every 6 months).
  • Don’t put them in the washing machine!