theredkite:

theredkite:

geardrops:

gregferrell:

vikishus:

poorlycopingqueer:

starkexpos:

cousinnick:

moonblossom:

I don’t know who you are, sir, but I hope it’s okay if I am objectifying the shit out of you.

HOT DAMN SON THE BOW ISN’T THE ONLY THING THAT’S TIGHT

yooooooooooooooo

I’m really bothered by his lack of arm guard.

You don’t need arm guard if you do it right
Whenever I shoot I shoot bare armed

I need to work out so i can wear those cool fucking boots. Why do only ladies get to rock out with some knee high leather riding boots? No fair fashion. No fair.

This post is important.

I normally only reblog these on the sideblog that nobody follows, but I thought this guy needed to be on my main blog as well.

You’re welcome  :)

Just so you know, I will probably keep reblogging this back and forth between my blogs forever <3

Thank you.

(Source: thearrowreport)

stillalivedoingscience:

demons-i-get:

wafflelovingbatgirl:

agelfeygelach:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

SWEET JESUS O.O

Why don’t most superheroines look like this?

Because most comic books are drawn by men.

hardcore lady boner rn

I WANT TO LOOK LIKE THIS

Aspiration.

Sorry I’ve not posted to this blog much recently, I did go jogging a couple of weeks ago… and shortly afterwards I bacame sick and have been sick since.

I hate my body. But I still believe I can look awesome one day!

(Source: fitgrills)

Update

I am on new, less ‘sedative’ medication. And whilst I still seem to have an eternal cold, I do feel a lot more awake, and for the first time in over a month, I went jogging today! \o/

Katniss is kind of my hero of the moment, OK? I was totally just going to mime this until I remembered that I actually have a bow and arrows that I haven’t touched in years. It doesn’t hurt that this gives me a chance to show off my muscular arms, either.

I’ve kept up with the weight training, and even started doing sit-ups again. The days when I could comfortably do 30 sit-ups in a sitting are long gone, but 15 is a step on the way to 30.

Unfortunately, the measurements news isn’t so good. I’ve been super depressed and, before I changed my medications, super tired. There has been ice-cream. Lots of ice-cream. Also Pot Noodles. and Crisps.

Measurements

Weight: 11st 12lbs :( :( :(

Bust: 43” !!!

Waist: 36.5” D:

Hips: 41” (actually not so bad, comparatively)

So, I have a long way to go before I can cosplay Sarah Connor with confidence, or fit into any of my lovely size 10 and 12 dresses, but I went jogging again, and that’s a start.

mitchclem:

mitchclem:

An excerpt from a comic I drew about trying to lose weight. I’m saving the full thing for As You Were #3.

(I know, my comics don’t look nearly as good before Amanda watercolors them)

I’ve taken some previously-unexplored measures to lose weight recently and have had unprecedented success. And, predictably, as soon as I started sharing my success story with the internet, they started picking apart why what I was choosing to eat was still “wrong” (even in spite of my, again, measurable and profound success). There’s no winning with people when it comes to trying to lose weight. Short of someone developing an eating disorder, which I’m sure we can all agree falls under the umbrella of For Sure Unhealthy, is it really so much to ask to just be supported in my attempts to feel better about my own personal health and body? I’m not telling other people how to live or how to look, I’m not suggesting everyone live by the exact same rules that I try and live by myself. Why is it so hard to just say “Congratulations, good for you” instead of “Oh you’re drinking diet soda? You know diet soda is actually worse for you than regular soda because even though you’re having success with it and feeling good I read a website that quoted a documentary once and blah blah blah blah blah.”

(Pause and count the seconds until some Tumblr dipshit actually does get on here and start trying to lecture me on diet soda, in 3… 2…)

A pootle a day wears the fat away

Now that I’m working from home, I realise that I’m no longer cycling for at least half an hour at least four times a week. This means that although I am eating less, and eating more healthily, I’m also getting less exercise. Which I guess is why I haven’t lost any weight and currently feel like a whale.

So.

Now that I have replaced my stolen bike, I vow to go for a pootle about on it every day, unless a) it is pissing it down, or b) I am too ill. I figure that no matter how busy I am there will always be at least 10 or 20mins to have a pootle about on my bike. I’m pretty busy today, but I just had a pootle.

Of course, I realise that this alone will not be enough, but in addition to my weights, I will also try to get other exercise regularly. This is just my baseline to make shore that I don’t spend all day every day shifting between the bed, the bathroom, and the kettle. Plus, I’m aware that I need to build in time away from the computer screen, so it will be good for my eyes, as well. And I’m told getting up and doing even a small amount of exercise improves brain activity. So.

It’s a good plan. Let’s see if I stick to it.

Update: WEIGHTS!

rhube:

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After one and a half years I have finally put the last weights onto my dumbbells (unless I decide to buy more, which I might). Woohoo!

And just to give you a proper look at the weights themselves:

imagePeople never seem to believe me when I tell them that I’ve put muscle on my arms and dramatically reduced my arm fat by keeping up with the weights even when I was too sick to run/cycle/swim, but it’s true, and here’s the proof. I have graduated from 2.5 kilos to 5 kilos and now 7.5 kilos per dumbbell (or 15 kilos overall if I’m doing both arms at once). And, to be honest, with the exception of the lateral raises, it’s really not that much harder than it was at 5kg, so I may invest in some supplemental weights - there’s room on the dumbbells.

Speaking of lateral raises… I’m not sure I’m going to do those, anymore. I’m not sure what practical use I’m ever going to have for being about to lift 15kgs to shoulder height with straight arms. And I’m not sure its building muscle in a way that looks most impressive. And, at the end of the day, I make no bones about the fact that a large part of this is about looks. Yes, I want to be able to do the Sarah Connor pull-up, and I want to get more healthy and feel more powerful, but overall I wanna look like a superhero, and I think bicep curls and shoulder presses will be more fruitful than an exercise that just seems to make my arms look wider from front on.

Nevertheless, I’m excited about levelling in dumbbells. Or the increase in my strength stat. Or whatever. And my dumbbells look cooler, now. They just do.

Woooooooo!

Aw, crapbaskets - I posted this on the wrong blog. Anyway - here’s your weighty update! Apologies to those who’ll see it twice.

Update

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Gosh darnit, I look almost as sexy as I feel.

So, I ran out to the pharmacy today, in a walk/jog/walk/jog/walk sort of a way. It was about 2.8 miles/4.5 kilometers (according to Google Map Pedometer). Pharmacy was closed, which was hella annoying. But hey, exercise. Feeling pretty tired for it, now, but I really need to do something about my belly, so… yeah.

Measurements

Weight: 11st 10lbs

Bust: 42”

Waist: 36.5”

Hips: 40.5”

Feeling decidedly unsuperheroic. My arms feel a LOT more muscular, and so do my legs, but my belly and my boobs, man - it’s not good. My *hips* were smaller than my waist now is when I was a healthy weight.

All I can say is that I think my now being in the weird world of Working From Home will cut down on the stress eating and fatty cheese sandwiches/crisps etc. It has to. Because this has to change. I will be Like Unto a Superhero, even if I do not feel like one at ALL right now.

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