Lift. Eat. Sleep. Repeat.
Hey, I'm Georgina. 21 years old. England. I'm a undergraduate student studying Sociology and Criminology.

I began power lifting (squats and deadlifts) around March 2013. Squats 10kg (23Ibs) and Deadlift 7.5kg (16.5Ibs) and then began barbell benching early November 2013 around 30kg (66Ibs).

I'm 5'7. I've only weighed myself once in a year and last I checked I was 170Ibs. Gained about 20 pounds (mostly muscle) in that year and regained my health.

Bulking Cutting


Squat PR - 80kg (176.3Ibs)
Deadlift PR - 80kg (176.3Ibs)
Barbell bench press PR - 42.5kg (93.6Ibs)

Goals: Squat 90kg (198.4Ibs) by May 14th.
Bench Press 50kg (110.2Ibs) by May 14th. Deadlift 90kg (198.4Ibs) by May 14th.

It's been a tough journey as I suffered with restricting, binging and being obsessed but that's the old me. I want to be strong and be the best version of me. I've come a long way in beating my fear foods and not counting calories anymore.

Beginner tips from my personal experience located at: http://gina145.tumblr.com/tips

My Ask is always open
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newlifebeginning772012:

is this even possible ????

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fitmitch:

girlgrowingsmall:

gym-doll:

stunnerdd:

Never really realized how much fat was inbetween organs too!

This is why people shouldn’t get discouraged when they first start losing weight. Its not gonna come off your tummy and thighs first its gonna come off between the organs.. where it shouldn’t be!

These visualizations are some of my biggest short-term motivators. They help me remember that a lot of the physical changes that occur from healthy habits are in parts we can’t see.

I couldn’t agree with Risa more. It’s easy to get discouraged when you feel like your hard work isn’t yielding any results, but things like this help me to remember that progress isn’t always visible. But that certainly doesn’t mean it isn’t occurring.

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gina145:

Run with Sam. :) It was hard but I didn’t stop. There was a lot of uphill sections with this circuit and partly flat surfaces. Quite happy with that time considering I did a 3.52KM run in 24 minutes on all flat surfaces last week and this was uphill in warm weather.

3.45KM in 25:39 minutes. We did the same distance but his phone has 0.20KM more than mine.

Speed 8.08KMH. 60M climbed. 284 calories burned. Time is longer on Polar FT4 as it added a bit of the cool down walk.

I only started running last month as well. Put the hard work in and you can achieve anything.

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italian-luxury:

musiquegraphique:

There goes my dick.

Pants, need to change pants

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stopneglectingyourhealth:

lovehealthlift:

Can’t wait to prance around my own gym + follow my own dreams + share my story + help other people become as happy as I have become.

I keep thinking ‘I’m done now look at the difference!!!’ but I’m not, not by a long shot!

i can notice progress with every next picture ^^ u are awesome! thanks for the non stop motivation

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"Happiness begins with you. Not with your relationship, your friends, or your job. But with you."
Mandy Hale (via w-ritings)

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misskitkatcupcake:

team-bear-arms:

Transformation Tuesday, before and after.

Awesome transformation! So motivating.
And delicious.

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iamcode:

mycaterpie:

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dustychica:

annyoung89:

Raise your hand if you have watched so much British television that is has actually changed your speech patterns.

I’ve not the slightest idea how you’ve come round to that idea.

Exactly. I haven’t the foggiest idea of how you’ve come to that conclusion.

What in the bloody hell are you blabbering on bout you twat?

Behold, people that have never been within 50 feet of anyone even remotely British.

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