workout suggestion

Writers block?

This is going to sound nuts. But, writers block is a bitch and the only way to get past it is to write. I follow a lot of prompt accounts and I suggest you do it too. If you can’t summon anything to say read these plots and just work out your writing muscles!

Remember to take a deep breath and trust your self. You can write shitty work and edit it later but you can’t edit nothing.

When you feel yourself getting back in the zone begin working on your main project. What I do is find a way to take the prompt and use the characters from my novel and put them in that situation. It allows me to work through the block but still work with my main work.


Just write your main work anyway. I mean that sounds odd too but it seems to work a lot for me. Just think about the situation and just write words even if they’re bad.

Put on your favorite song, hum the hell out of it and put your attention on writing only. Get yourself a drink and put yourself in that place. You know the one.

The place that’s untouchable by reality. The one that only you can reach. Lock yourself there until you’ve overcome this episode of self doubt. Which is really all that writers block is. Your skill is still there. I promise. You just have to overcome the fear. Remember why you started writing in the first place.

Best of luck with your writing and I sincerely hope this helps.

masterraise  asked:

Hi, Momma, I'm genderfluid and I have days when I want to bind - but I also like to have my breasts in at least okay shape for the she/her days, so I'm wary of binding. Are there options for people who want keep their chests in better shape but also have days when they feel the worst about having them?

I would suggest a workout compression shirt. I usually suggest it for those who want to bind without being questioned about it, but it should also serve your purpose.

-Lou the Lobster

anonymous asked:

do you have a good workout routine or workout suggestions? I'm trying to lose weight, I'm not particularly over weight I really just want to be smaller and not put muscle on.

Cardio is always the best answer for losing weight. I hate going to the gym so I just find an hour long episode of a show I like and watch it on the elliptical, time flies! Also using your own body for weight training is a good way to gain lean muscle and not be bulky, like squats and crunches with weights, high rep low sets also works really well. Idk I’m a novice myself but this stuff works for me :) good luck!

anonymous asked:

I've eaten so much this past few days I'm such a fat failure with no self control and I have to be careful when working out as I'm currently on my period (sorry too much information) and don't want to get blood anywhere what should I do? Sorry for bothering you please stay safe ❤️

Well I’d suggest doing workouts that wont make you move your whole body but still do a lot of good. Squats are really helpful, also doing wall sits is perfect for when your on your period. But just be careful not to workout a lot. Since your on your period your body is burning more calories than usual, just make sure to be aware of what your body is feeling. Good luck and stay safe angel ☺️

anonymous asked:

Could you post more detail about how you workout and how you trained for the warrior dash? I want to train similarly but I'm not sure where to start

I’m so sorry it’s taken me so long to reply to this! This question is prob gonna need a lot of detail on my end because I work out a freaking ton and I did a lot of different things to train for the warrior dash (including coming up with my own obstacle race related workout!) I wouldn’t suggest working out exactly like I do unless you’ve already been working up to it. But I will try to find time to sit down today and type out a decent reply for you! <3

romanian workout tips

if ur like me where you love to work out but you are broke and don’t have any equipment here are some replacements that may come in handy

  • lift filled borsec bottles instead of dumbells
  • squat with a sack of onions or potatoes in your arms
  • the above works for crunches as well
  • hold a watermelon while running up and down the bloc stairs
  • if you tie those garlic packs to ur ceiling u can punch them

I’m looking to tone down and trim down my curves (keep the curves - I’m pear shaped and I like ‘em). I want to cut down on fat and up my muscle. Right now I run/jog/cycle 1-2 times a week (I’m insanely busy trying to juggle volunteering, work, and restoration), but I want to do more if I can to get max benefits from my workout time. Any suggestions?

I’m trying to prep my body for WWOOFing (working on a sustainable farm in the jungle of Maui), light construction work, surfing, hiking, etc. I know I’ll get fitter when I’m there but I want to be somewhat fit beforehand. I’d be grateful for any suggestions you might have.

I’ll never get tired of saying it: there is nothing I love more than seeing the artists who inspire me be rewarded for their talents and hard work. As I’m sure most of you know by now, RuPaul Charles won the Emmy this weekend when the Academy of Television handed out the Creative Arts categories. What an incredible achievement! I not only applaud @rupaulofficial for his amazing work but also the Television Academy for finally honoring him and being open to recognizing a program like RuPaul’s Drag Race. In his over 35 year career, RuPaul has been a pioneer in TV along with being a supermodel, author, recording artist (if you are looking for the perfect workout music, I suggest RuPaul), actor, drag performer, comedian, producer, and motivational, mogul mama. I realize that some people do not understand or respect drag entertainment, in any of its forms; however, I hope that one day it will be universally recognized for its artistry and the irreplaceable role it has played in storytelling. While it requires certain senses of humor to enjoy, it’s not worthy of the ridicule it receives. Drag performers are incredibly talented artists who are keeping a tradition coined by Shakespeare himself alive. But there’s so much more to these performers than their aesthetics or sexual orientations. Not only has RuPaul worked his whole career to create opportunities for other drag artists but he is an inspiration to ALL people to be accepting of others AND theirselves. His beloved quote, “If you can’t love yourself, how in the hell you gonna love somebody else?” has gotten me through many tough times. RuPaul inspires us to be compassionate, confident, and creative people. He has introduced me to so many amazing people who, along with himself, have shaped so much of who I am as a person and artist. Congragulations, Mama Ru on snatching that trophy! Thank you for all that you do to make the world a better place.

Just got home from the gym where it was blazing as it’s 80+ degrees here today. As we don’t have that many days this hot, most businesses just open the windows. So I’m dying. It was also probably foolish of me to start/try out a new program (nana health on Instagram). No muscle memory for any of these moves so my body was all, “lololol nope.” It was intense. It’s a 6-week program and I’m thinking of doing it for the next three weeks and the three weeks we’re in America as it doesn’t require a gym. Then I might switch back to BBG. We shall see. Three weeks until America!!!!! Gotta make room for all the barbecue, fried pickles, biscuits and gravy and Mexican food I’m going to inhale upon landing. Also, I really need to stop wearing these shirts; they’re way too big. Any suggestions for workout clothes that I don’t have to take out a loan to buy? (Aka no Lulu, Sweaty Betty, Fabletics etc…) 💪🏻

Body weight training can be a great way to gain strength, build muscle, boost cardiovascular fitness, and burn fat. Body weight training has little to no marketing since it requires no equipment beyond your own body weight.  It is a form of training that has many benefits but is often overlooked due to the overwhelming amount of advertisements competing for you attention. Here are some benefits:

Efficient workout.

Research suggests that bodyweight exercises such as plyometrics yield great fitness gains in a very short workout durations. Since there is no equipment, it is easy to transition from one exercise to the next. With shorter rest times, you can burn more calories and boost your heart rate.


Body weight training can be done anywhere at any time since it does not require equipment.  It can make workouts easier to squeeze in.

It is cheap.

Gym memberships could be pricey but you do not need a gym to do bodyweight exercises.

Outdoor Workouts.

Since it does not require a gym, you can do it anywhere! On nice days you could go in your backyard, a park, etc and enjoy your workout there.

Combines cardio and strength training.

Adding quick cardio intervals will keep your heart pumping while still building strength.  Cardio intervals could be a minute of jumping jacks, a minute of running in place, etc.

Easy to Modify.

Body weight trainings are easy to modify for any fitness level. Adding extra repetitions and performing exercises slower or faster can add a challenge.

Increase Flexibility.

Completing exercises through a full range of motion is a great way to ensure that joints move freely.  It can lead to better posture and might reduce the chance of exercise-related injuries.

Improved Balance.

Body weight exercises do not use weights for resistance so it is accomplished through other ways.  A bodyweight squat could become more challenging by doing a single-leg squat (pistol squat).

Core Strength.

The core helps with posture, improved athletic performance, and many other aspects.  Bodyweight exercises can be used to engage all twenty-nine abdominal muscles.  More core strength means more stability in other workouts which means you rely less on outside support. This helps prevent injury.

Injury Prevention.

Body weight trainers are generally safer regardless of experience, age, or fitness level.  Many exercises can actually be used as an option for rehabilitation.


Bodyweight exercises involve compound movements (multiple joints and muscles). Compound movements have shown to be extremely effective for strength gains and performance improvements.  Since core strength is developed it translates into improved strength gains throughout the entire body.

So I decided to re-watch The Grand Magic Games

And I’m on episode 165 of the dubbed Fairy Tail and the first time I watched it I completely missed Happy’s comment on where Erza was.

Lucy: I bet she’s getting in a solo workout before tomorrows games

Happy: I don’t think she’s solo, but she is getting a workout.


What happened to Happy being at least somewhat innocent?

What the hell, who writes the script for the dubbed version?