[QUOTE=justyouraveragecavemen;1005947]Whoa. I could pole vault after hearing that dude stroke a mandolin.[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=Saoirse;1005965]lol, was that supposed to be lewd? we don't like that kinda' talk 'round here. ;)[/QUOTE]
Awww... then I'm definitely in the wrong place!
Awww... then I'm definitely in the wrong place![/QUOTE]
sooo...i've lost a little weight in the past month or so and I now look pretty decent in skinny jeans but i also have almost no ass. so i'm thinking i should start weighted squats, but money's pretty tight. any ideas on how i could make some weights which maybe could sit across my shoulders? i'd probably want two ~15lbs each.
Save the money and space and just do [URL="http://0.tqn.com/d/sportsmedicine/1/0/v/8/JohnGiustina.jpg"]two-legged glute activation raises[/URL] and [URL="http://img.webmd.com/dtmcms/live/webmd/consumer_assets/site_images/articles/health_tools/flat_abs_men_slideshow/webmd_rf_photo_of_bird_dog_exercise.jpg"]flying dogs[/URL]. It'll take you like 3 minutes total, three times a week.
kids are only here half the time, and don't like being used as weights. :rolleyes: ;)
the two-legged glute activation raises (i call them bridges) are too easy, i don't tire until i hit around 40-50. i'll give the flying dogs a try, i remember they were a little more challenging for me. I think weighted squats is really where it's at, but maybe i can work on pistol squats until I can afford so kettlebells or a gym membership.
I've come to think that squats make the world go 'round.
Send me a pic of you doing a flying dog so I can critique it appropriately.
[QUOTE=justyouraveragecavemen;1011918]I've come to think that squats make the world go 'round.
Send me a pic of you doing a flying dog so I can critique it appropriately.[/QUOTE]
I was trying to be a gentleman and not post something like this. Thank you for taking one for the team :D
[QUOTE=canio6;1011923]I was trying to be a gentleman and not post something like this. Thank you for taking one for the team :D[/QUOTE]
I do what I can.
lol, in my skinny jeans and heels? i'll put it on the todo list. ;)
in other news:
ok, i think i'm good.