>> Sunday, July 24, 2011
The problem is > it has been my dealings with women that put me in this predicament in the first place. So you can see why I might be reluctant to acknowledge even the most enticing offer.
If you whack a dog every time it comes to the trough, it will eventually stop coming, even tho it's hungry, and enjoys food.
There have been other, similar comments, tho probably too risqué to publish. Another girl mentioned that I look like I'd lost weight.
When life throws us a curve, some people respond by eating. I'm just the opposite. My appetite vanishes. When I finally do get hungry, two bites fill me up (stomach in knots). Consequently, I tend to drop weight during periods of stress.
I also exercise more (in an attempt to process those feelings of angst). My bike rides around the Back Bay have worked wonders in this area > therapy in motion. Gorgeous surroundings. Fresh air. Sunshine.
I most enjoy watching egrets in flight. Takes me away from my problems for a few poetic minutes. Almost makes me wanna cry.
I also tend to drink a lot of protein when stressed, cuz it's one of the few things I can easily stomach. So that tends to cut me up a little.
Do you want to know the secret to building a visually stunning body comparable to Calvin Klein models? Then forget just about everything you have ever learned about muscle building. I’m not kidding! I can almost guarantee you are receiving old and outdated approaches to fitness. Most workout programs are modeled around the huge bodybuilder mentality. Please understand…that “look” has been dead since the 80’s. Since your current workout routine will never sculpt a body like that of models displayed in magazines, there needs to be a major shift in thinking. Once again, this is why the models’ approach to fitness is much different than yours!
Calvin Klein models also have nice sized biceps and triceps with wide and ripped shoulders. It is important to notice how tapered their waists are. Having wide, broad, shoulders with a slim waist creates this sharp “V” in the upper body. This is extremely important for a model to have. Standing shoulder presses should be the foundational exercise to create this desired look. You really can’t have shoulders that are too large but make sure you don’t incorporate exercises like shrugs or upright rows. These two exercises do a great job of adding mass to your neck and trap muscles. You don’t want this as a model! Mass in this area takes away from your wide shoulders and creates a more rounded look.