composite training


There was a rainstorm the other night. It was relaxing.

You didn’t ask for it, but here it is anyway.. A composite (I told you this is my new thing now) of Jotaro and Kakyoin gazing at each other and tugging their respective chain and scarf in the same manner during the Stardust Crusaders 2nd ED. We all know that they’ve been giving each other secret signals and telling private jokes since they first met so them making eyes at each other should come as no surprise. Yes, I’m about that Jotakak love.. I openly admit it.. Now enjoy..


The Pink Sash (1913). Louis Kronberg (American, 1872-1965). Oil on canvas. Met.

Although Kronberg is considered a Tarbellite because he trained with Tarbell and Benson, he was highly influenced by the French Impressionists and especially the pastels and oils of ballerinas painted by Degas. His work shows the influence of his French training - his compositions are good and his colours soft and harmonious, yet with decided contrasts.

Pacific Ocean (Nov. 14, 2003) - An F-14D Tomcat assigned to the “Tomcatters” of Fighter Squadron Three One (VF-31) ignites its afterburners following a launch from USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74). The aircraft carrier Stennis and embarked Carrier Air Wing Fourteen (CVW-14) are at sea conducting Composite Training Unit Exercise (COMPTUEX) in preparation for an upcoming deployment. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer’s Mate 3rd Class Mark J. Rebilas. (RELEASED)

Warrior Wednesday: U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Jaime Camacho moves to his next point of fire while practicing squad tactics and maneuver rehearsals aboard the USS Rushmore (LSD 47) during Composite Training Unit Exercise (COMPTUEX) off the coast of San Diego March 20, 2015. Camacho is an automatic rifleman with Kilo Company, Battalion Landing Team 3rd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit. The training covered how and when to lay suppressive fire using automatic weapons.

(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Emmanuel Ramos/Released)

U.S. Air Force E-3 Sentry airborne warning and control system assigned to Air Combat Command at Tinker Air Force Base flies over the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71). Theodore Roosevelt is underway conducting a composite training unit exercise (COMPTUEX) with its carrier strike group in preparation for an upcoming deployment. COMPTUEX tests a carrier strike group’s mission-readiness and ability to perform as an integrated unit through simulated real-world scenarios. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Anthony J. Rivera)


Stevie interviewed by Don Cornelius and singing his Soul Train composition during his first ST appearance, January 13, 1973

anonymous asked:

What exercises do you do or know of to help make my boobs look smaller?

Boobs are a lot of fatty tissue so your best bet is making sure you have a fairly low body fat percentage. However, this can’t always guarantee you’ll have a small chest, there are plenty of cis female athletes for example with minimal body fat but still decent sized boobs. Breasts have a lot to do with genetic predisposition on top of body composition. Spot training and losing fat from a specific area isn’t a thing, you can’t really target just one area to lose fat in, so your best bet is to build up your pecs if you want a more “masculine” appearance, because it can (keyword, can, not an absolute) create a different composition of your chest muscle and fatty tissue making everything appear tighter and firmer. Chest exercises to try for a more muscular appearance are: bench press, incline bench, cable fly variations, dumbbell flies, dips, push-ups variations, dumbbell pullovers, etc. For more chest exercises check out my chest tag within my workout tag, you can click it in the tags below.

Also keep in mind if you’re a person who binds, binding can over time break down fatty tissue and cause a more compressed look to the chest. It will not give you a flush chest, but it can cause the breasts to flatten/appear more deflated.