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I'm Bella. 16. I do cross country and track. I love movies, especialy Marvel, and I love my friends more! *hugs*

adistancerunner:

derkderderk:

be-dumb-just-run:

a-pure-guts-race:

angel-likes-running:

maddies-miles:

Posting this because on my run today a woman yelled from her Jeep as she was driving, “Put some clothes on!”
I wish I had the opportunity to tell her how it feels to hear that. YOU try running six miles on the streets in 80+ temps and come back to me and tell me that yea, wearing a sticky, itchy, and down right uncomfortable shirt is a good idea. 
Body shaming is just so aggravating.  All I’m trying to do is run in the most comfortable way possible. I’m not showing off, I’m not aiming to be provocative, I’m not even wearing tight spandex. But who cares if I was? Who cares if I wanted to flaunt my body? It’s my body and I have every right.

You’re wearing even more clothes than I do. People suck.

I just don’t understand it… why go out of your way to yell something like that out of your car?? What good are you doing in the world? Does it make feel all high-and-mighty? This has happened to me too many times before. (In fact, one time I was running with a few of the girls on the team and we actually got, “SLUT!” from a car. Yep.)

I hate people. Keep doin your thing,girls! People are so rude that they feel entitled to spoil someone’s mood when they’re just doing the thing they love

I had a similar situation happen to me. I live in SoCal in what is generally referred to as a desert. So naturally, during the summers, it gets freaking hot. I was on my 5.5 mile recovery run without a shirt on and as I passed a lady walking she loudly screamed at me, ” Well isn’t THAT obnoxious!?” Some people have no chill.

YO THIS HAPPENED TO ME YESTERDAY TOO. It was 90 degrees and I was wearing shorts and no shirt. Two persons, one male who was probably like 50 years old said it when he drove by on his motorcycle. Another woman who was like 30 yelled it when I ran by her stopped car. Like wtf it’s 90 degrees you’re lucky I didn’t wear a damn speedo to get a little cooler.

adistancerunner:

derkderderk:

be-dumb-just-run:

a-pure-guts-race:

angel-likes-running:

maddies-miles:

Posting this because on my run today a woman yelled from her Jeep as she was driving, “Put some clothes on!”

I wish I had the opportunity to tell her how it feels to hear that. YOU try running six miles on the streets in 80+ temps and come back to me and tell me that yea, wearing a sticky, itchy, and down right uncomfortable shirt is a good idea. 

Body shaming is just so aggravating.  All I’m trying to do is run in the most comfortable way possible. I’m not showing off, I’m not aiming to be provocative, I’m not even wearing tight spandex. But who cares if I was? Who cares if I wanted to flaunt my body? It’s my body and I have every right.

You’re wearing even more clothes than I do. People suck.

I just don’t understand it… why go out of your way to yell something like that out of your car?? What good are you doing in the world? Does it make feel all high-and-mighty? This has happened to me too many times before. (In fact, one time I was running with a few of the girls on the team and we actually got, “SLUT!” from a car. Yep.)

I hate people. Keep doin your thing,girls! People are so rude that they feel entitled to spoil someone’s mood when they’re just doing the thing they love

I had a similar situation happen to me. I live in SoCal in what is generally referred to as a desert. So naturally, during the summers, it gets freaking hot. I was on my 5.5 mile recovery run without a shirt on and as I passed a lady walking she loudly screamed at me, ” Well isn’t THAT obnoxious!?” Some people have no chill.

YO THIS HAPPENED TO ME YESTERDAY TOO. It was 90 degrees and I was wearing shorts and no shirt. Two persons, one male who was probably like 50 years old said it when he drove by on his motorcycle. Another woman who was like 30 yelled it when I ran by her stopped car. Like wtf it’s 90 degrees you’re lucky I didn’t wear a damn speedo to get a little cooler.

“She thinks running is like getting drunk in reverse. With drinking, it feels great at first, but then you start feeling awful. With running, you feel awful first, but then, after you finish, you feel great.”

—   Running With The Kenyans- Adharanand Finn (via 1500m—runner)

(via prefontaine-lives)

“You have to learn how to care about people without taking on all of their problems.”

—   Phylicia Rashād in The Cosby Show (1987)

(Source: larmoyante)

“I hope you make the best of it. And I hope you see things that startle you. I hope you feel things you never felt before. I hope you meet people with a different point of view. I hope you live a life you’re proud of. If you find that you’re not, I hope you have the strength to start all over again.”

—   F. Scott Fitzgerald (via soulsscrawl)

(Source: cside, via track-attack)

arcadiaxc:

runforfreetherapy:

spikes-and-spandex:

Today my run was around the UCSB lagoon! And we ran around the Labyrinth! It’s actually a really cool thing!

Here’s a quote that explains why they decided to make a labyrinth.

"We observed how difficult it was for students, staff, and faculty to find a quiet place on campus to be alone just to think and sort out things. The campus is an exciting place of learning and living, but even positive stimuli can be stressful. The goal was to provide a place and a process for finding the serenity and balance that comes from the interaction of mind, body, and spirit with nature."

When people need to figure something out or just need a quiet place to think they’ll walk the labyrinth.

Want to run here

YES YOU GUYS COME RUN WITH ME HERE I AM MUY LONELY

(via track-attack)

on a long enough timeline, the survival rate for everyone drops to zero

(Source: ledgerndary, via dcaprio)

“You have witchcraft in your lips.”

—   William Shakespeare, Henry V - Act 5, Scene 2 (via larmoyante)

Anonymous said: Would you count sex as cardio though?

thunderupton:

I’d count it as a miracle to be honest

soundmindsoundbodyforlifee:

The secret is that there is no secret. There’s no special pill, no magic shoes, no secret training regimen that will make you faster. It’s purely hard work, dedication, and desire.

(via angel-likes-running)

cybercum:

*hears footsteps* *closes 12 tabs and goes to facebook*

(via allonsyforever)

pyrrhas:

yOURE CUTE pls believe me i am a scientist i do science on cuteness and u are 500% cute

(via allonsyforever)

acowardlylion:

first date questions

(Source: neither, via gallifreyandeductions)

longdistancetrackgirl:

Let’s face it when they have these after races it is one of the nicest things ever.

longdistancetrackgirl:

Let’s face it when they have these after races it is one of the nicest things ever.

(Source: awdray, via track-attack)