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Somatotypes .. [DAY1] Shoulder & Back .. [DAY2] Torso & Legs .. [DAY3] Chest & Arms .. [DAY4] Torso & Cardio .. The #SelfieSaturday Project
Mission Statement .. NO BS [DAY1] Back & Shoulders .. NO BS [DAY2] Torso & Legs .. NO BS [DAY3] Chest & Arms
Saturday, January 24, 2015
The #SelfieSaturday Project The Full Circle
Right there! That was the top I was wearing that started this whole adventure into #SelfieSaturday projects. Just like on this day I was working my chest and arms, and I had that old nasty wife beater on, and I had so much love handle sticking out behind me that I was embarrassed by the picture. As you can see in this picture that I am talking about on April 27th, but it was taken on January 24, it took me roughly four months to finally get rid of the fat around my waist that was causing me all those problems.
The moral of this incredibly long and boring story is, you have to work a little extra hard sometimes to get rid of the fat that bothers you. Many people work out, they feel better, and they trim themselves up (myself included) and then they never really carve into the problem areas. Again using myself as the key, I looked fine, I felt for the most part fine, but I just couldn't get that last 10 pounds off my back, literally. On the back end since this picture was taken, at around 160 lbs. I have put on about 6 lbs and none of it has gone back to the lower back. I just had to get rid of it to grow elsewhere.
This Is Me
I have been bouncing around online for just about 20 years, so I have been there and have done that. It doesn't mean I didn't like it and wouldn't do it again. As most humans, I am a social animal. To be a social animal on the internet it is social media that binds us all together. I prefer Google + and Twitter but have pages on the other ones that I ignore, so you probably should too.
I blog a lot. If you don't like people that blog a lot then I don't know how you got here to begin with. You may want to just move along.
Contrary to popular opinion I hate politics, but have political opinions ..
The easiest way to get under my skin is to apply the "all you talk about is politics" tag. This is a common knee jerk reaction some have when they see something political, and unfortunately I don't hold back sometimes. As a matter of fact, I share more about health, fitness and blogging than politics, which you would know if you weren't busy dismissing me. I actually follow and interact with more people that disagree with me than agree with me politically. The list of "other than politics" seems to be growing everyday and it probably looks a lot like this:
- Blogging (I am a blogger and I blog a lot. Get used to it.)
- Health & Fitness (Avid bodybuilder and diet guru)
- Photography (If I don't know your language now you know why I follow you)
- Android (I love Android, and wouldn't wipe my rear end with an iPhone)
- Humor (If you are funny, I am going to like you)
- Sports (Patriots and Red Sox mostly)
- Music (You'd be surprised how diverse I get here)
- Quotes (I love quotes from historical and hysterical figures)