With no possibility to drink water and they still gave it their all.
I love how it’s a seemingly humanitarian cause on the surface that’s turned into an excuse for degenerate day drinking downtown in skanky raver outfits for a lot of straight party people….yet since it falls under the notion of “social justice” to them (since they’re “supporting a minority group”), so they feel a slight sense of morality while doing the things that they normally do.
If you really supported the cause why not volunteer at your LGBTQ center on your college campus? Or provide assistance to other outreach programs to provide moral support to those who suffer bullying/homelessness due to their sexual orientation. How come you’re only passionate about supporting the cause that ONE time during the year in your perfect outfit you so carefully picked out to march in?
I don’t know that’s just my rant. I always rant those times activism becomes “cool” and people do it merely to follow the crowd rather because they passionately believe in human rights.
NUTELLA-THE-HUN SAID: DUDE DON’T DOUBT YOURSELF- YOU HAVE THE KNOWLEDGE, THE TRAINING, AND THE PASSION TO BE REALLY SUCCESSFUL! AND YOU’RE HOT TOO. DON’T BE YOUR OWN BIGGEST DETRACTOR!
Thanks Patrick! <3 :)
Awww thanks! <3
In the past couple of months I’ve felt a little self conscious. After all, I’m not super hulk status ripped, there are plenty of girls who are way more muscular than me. People say I have put on a lot of muscle, and that they’re envious that I’m slender yet have muscle, boobs and a butt but I’d hardly describe myself as having an athletic body type, I’m an ectomorph, who hardly has time to meet the excess caloric requirements relative to how active I am. I am envious of those girls who are super ripped, because they look like they belong in a gym ya know?
Anyways, I feel like people probably think I am not worthy of being their personal trainer based on how I look. But seeing these fit girls train other people, ignoring the fact that they have back pain, making them do sit ups on their bosu ball where they hyperextend their lumbar thus increasing their lordosis perpetuating the cause for their lower back pain made me feel better.
I have the knowledge. While I was witnessing this, my client who I was training said that she went from having lower back strain during her squat to no pain at all in a mere 15 minutes of form fixing.
Moreover, three of my clients said that they have stopped seeing their physical therapist because I literally do everything that a physical therapist does during our session…and more (minus the heat and stim….which doesn’t necessarily fix pain….it just temporarily alleviates pain).
But yeah just food for a thought. Ripped stupid jocks can’t work with 87 year olds like I do. Ripped stupid jocks can’t work with people with rhumetoid arthritis like I can. Ripped stupid jocks can’t work with people with scoliosis like I can.
Personal training requires problem solving….and that’s why I enjoy it…..problem solving to improve quality of life.