i haven’t had fast food for two weeks. i have had maybe four sodas in that time, but considering i used to have like three sodas per DAY, it’s saying a lot. i have been drinking some water, but i’m not the biggest fan of water so that’s been hard. but that’s what i’ve been drinking at work instead of soda. and right now i’m drinking a naked juice smoothie. i LOVE these things. i almost want to buy a juicer because i’m pretty big into juices. because in addition to not really enjoying water i also don’t really like milk… at all. but i have switched to lactose free skim milk for my coffee drinks and i like it okay, so i’ll probably just quit buying 1% all together. except chocolate milk. gotta have that.
so now that i think my eating has been kinda formed into a habit, i need to start working out. the plan is to start up using my nike+ kinect get lean program. then the get toned program. and some running as well. and once i kinda have a working out habit formed, i think i may go on over to anytime fitness and get a membership.
i’m just so tired of feeling disgusted with myself and i know one of these days my metabolism is gonna slow down and i just want to feel good.
I earned 105 points for my workout on Fitocracy!
Running +105 pts
- 0:15:23 || 1.4 mi || flat (+105 pts)
- i need to steady my running so i’ve got a good pace but also take less walking breaks. right now this is the first time i’ve run in a month so it’s pretty good but hopefully i’ll keep…
I earned 89 points for my workout on Fitocracy!
Running +89 pts
- 0:14:37 || 1.3 mi || flat (+89 pts)
- first time running in awhile. took a few walking breaks but i feel good. the more i do this the easier it’ll become. i did use my inhaler before this run though.
Think you can beat me, or want to comment?
Reverse gender stereotypes at the gym
Aaahhhh get on my dash you amusing thing you.
I kinda love it
this is actually great from an acting perspective.
the actors actually played the opposite gender instead of just relying on stereotypes (ironically enough) to portray that they were, in fact, the opposite gender. Usually if you tell a guy to act like a girl, he begins playing by the homosexual stereotype (faking a lisp, popping the hip, etc.) and while it accentuates femininity, it’s really uncomfortable and forced, making it just seem like he’s playing a stereotype instead of the actual gender. And girls will do this too; being told to play a male and instead just deepening the voice and say “dude” and “bro” a lot (although these are more common among modern practices).
The males played up femininity without coming off as a forced stereotype and the females played up masculinity and machismo without forcing their performance.
also the video is funny and I kind of forgot the point I was making.
“DONT BE A LITTLE PENIS COME ON”