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The Zodiac Signs as Popular Frog Memes

Pepe: Cancer, Gemini, Sagittarius, Scorpio

Dat boi: Aries, Virgo, Capricorn, Pisces

Kermit: Taurus, Leo, Libra, Aquarius

anonymous asked:

Hey do you think you could do a quick "how-to" on how you cut your shirts for the gym? I have a bunch of old t-shirts and they're generally what I use for the gym but whenever I try to cut a shirt it ends in disaster. If you have the time I'd love to know how you do it specifically for gym use!

Step 1: Get your t shirt and put a sports bra over it.. usually i start the cut an inch or so below my sports bra where my finger is pointing (this is a girls t shirt that my sister wanted me to cut up so its a bit small)

Step 2: Start from the bottom and cut a little towards the middle before you go up, slightly curve when you do and end at near the neckline. its normal if you cut out a bit of the design

Step 3: Do the other side and you side and you should get something like this..not my best work lol but you can decide how far you cut it down or how close to the middle :) hope this helps

anonymous asked:

So now that I'm getting a gym membership (I just have to wait for my broken nose to heal), after I lose a lil bit of weight I want to start gaining some muscle and obviously I'm gonna have to do that by lifting weights but I have no clue where to start like what weights to lift to gain muscle where and how I should begin my journey I was wondering where you learned this stuff when you first started?

hmm okay so you wanna know which workouts build which muscles?

what muscles do you have? chest (pecs), abs, triceps, biceps, deltoids, trapezoids, lats(back), glutes, quads, calves. these are the muscles that people refer to in the gym generally (if you dont know them look up a picture) 

to work out your pecs, triceps, deltoids: usually a PUSHING motion is involved 
to work out your biceps, traps, lats: usually a PULLING motion
to work out your glutes, quads, calves: usually pushing which is self explanatory

Push Day:
Chest: Bench Press, DB (Dumbell) Incline Press, Pec (Pectoral) Deck, Cable Crossover 
Shoulders/Delts: Overhead Press, DB Shoulder Press, Side Lateral Raises, Front Lateral Raises
Triceps: Dip Machine, Overhead Tricep Extension, Rope Tricep Extensions, Cable Crossover

Pull Day: Deadlifts (whole body workout)
Back: DB Row, TBar Row, Seated Cable Rows, Lateral Pull Down,
Biceps: DB Curl, Hammer Curl, Rope Hammer Curl,
Rear Delts: Face Pulls,Reverse Pec Deck

Leg Day: Squats, Conventional Deadlift, Sumo Deadlift, Calf Raises, Leg Curls, Leg Extensions, Seated Leg Press, Hip Abduction, Hip Adduction, Lunges, etc. 
(I feel these are self explanatory)

Abs: Leg Raises, Weighted Ab Crunches, Weighed Side Crunches, Planks, etc.