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Yup staying on point with coffee

Posted 6 hours ago

powerliftinglikewonderwoman:

I don’t know where this shirt went but I want it back 😩

Posted 6 hours ago

mitos:

A Base de Viandas, portraits of Cuban bodybuilders by Arien Chang Castán (2011-2014) (via)

In Cuba, the bodybuilding culture is largely underground. Bodybuilders manage to sculpt their bodies to this extreme level despite lacking many necessary resources. Chang explains that “gyms without the basic requirements, deficient meals, and nonexistent vitamins” make it difficult for most Cubans to maintain an average level of health, let alone achieve the perfectly honed muscles bodybuilding requires. Some competitors’ families in the U.S. ship them vitamins and supplements, but most have to make do without. A lot can depend on their day jobs as well; restaurant workers, for instance, benefit from their easy access to food. (Text by Anna Lukacs and Elizabeth Krist)

Posted 20 hours ago

metalhearted:

Just out and do it

Posted 1 day ago

theronindiaries:

I hope I’m this fit when I’m 64. 

Posted 1 day ago

nationalcircus:

Shared Instagram video: Day 1 practising turning last week, looking forward to getting these consistent! #handstands #circus #circuseverydamnday #turning #canes #practise #workinprogress by alicegil34 http://bit.ly/1yUEsYt at National Centre for Circus Arts

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misskarlybrown:

Aleksandr Gusakov is a graphic designer from Ukraine. I really like this as it has so much depth to it. The flowers come out at you. Although i haven’t put much thought into what my final outcome will be, I like the outcome of this and maybe I could experiment to making this work for the typography in my final piece to represent the trolls hiding behind their online usernames and words they write?

Posted 3 days ago