Throughout the course of 2017 and 2018, I lost over 45lbs. And I did it while smoking, and eating a lot of cannabis. Like… a lot. Of course, it was not smoking that made me get in better shape. It’s not like there’s some new coughing cardio.
Should I do more dabs? Are there any dabs and abs classes? Is that a thing? It should be. You can email me to license this idea.
Last year I wrote about all the things I learned losing the first 35 lbs. In 2018, I lost another 10. I haven’t looked much at my scale since I…
Dashing through the snow
in a brand new pair of shoes,
the fitness stoner
goes running this afternoon.
The thirst is very strong
for a freshly packed up bong
but first it’s time to sweat it out
I cannot finish this song.
Today’s gift guide is for the fit stoners in your life. As they “bravely” defy cannabis stigma by using the plant to enhance their active lifestyles.
I’ve already sung the praises of this bra here. It’s incredibly comfortable and sexy too. Don’t forget to snag that discount code…
I love a good independent brand. So earlier this year when I stumbled upon Stigma Activewear, I literally couldn’t wait to lose enough weight to justify buying new workout gear. It’s hard to run when your leggings are exposing your very sweaty undies to the rest of the fitness center. It’s a great way to meet your neighbors.
Since then, I’ve been pretty dedicated to their brand (they even made me a brand ambassador). So it’ll come as no surprise to you that when they launched the pre-order for their new, limited run…
After losing over 40 pounds over the last year and change, I was in desperate need of an entirely new wardrobe. My closet was a shell of its former self as I had to give most of my clothes away. No point in keeping things that I don’t plan on wearing again. And if I do plan on wearing them again, I hope that it’s far enough in the future that it would all look very, very dated.
I love wearing clothes that are on trend. I love wearing new clothes. I love rotating my wardrobe for different seasons. I also like maintaining…
The end of May and the entire month of June were pretty rough for me. I unknowingly sprained my ankle by stepping off a sidewalk curb the wrong way and then further worsened the injury when my cousin challenged me to do the Manitou Springs Incline with her.
My sprain caused me no pain. It just felt like it needed to crack or something. That’s why I didn’t think much about doing 2000 vertical feet over .9 miles with a 3 or so mile hike back down the other side of the hill. It wasn’t until later that night when my right…