*nearby lesbian laughter*
*muffled asexual snickering*
*conflicted pansexual noises*
*moderately panicked bisexual muttering*
HETEROSEXUAL SCREAMING IN ANGUISH
Laughter from anyone who realises condoms are not the only form of birth control.
Louder laughter from those that remember that STDs and STIs are an actual thing that happen whether one is on the pill or not.Laughter stops as people remember that STDs and STIs are an actual thing that happen whether one is on the pill or not.
Literally everyone, regardless of orientation, mutters awkwardly and shuffles away as they remember that STDs and STIs are an actual thing that can happen to anyone who is sexually active, and not just heterosexual people.
*asexual snickering increases in volume*
This got better.
Do I get it, do I not get it?
If I do, hell yes because it makes me feel sexy as hell and it fits perfectly.
Plus I get to see the look on his face when he sees it…
Plus I get 50% off the sale price.
If I don’t get it, it’s not the end of the world, but I would feel like I missed an opportunity to get something awesome.
Also I’m all nxjskzbwhjzlshehgcytjj about the whole thing.
I think ill wait til Friday. If its still there in my size ill get it :)
The Best Running Form!
I saw this posted at the SF Marathon Expo and I wanted to share it with everyone. I realized that I tend to “sit in the bucket” and favor heelstriking. From now on, I’m going to try standing taller with a slight forward lean. This encourages a midfoot strike as well! Hopefully this will prevent injuries and allow me to run faster with less effort. I read somewhere that, "running is like controlled falling." That’s why you want to have a slight forward lean. You can read more here: http://www.runningplanet.com/training/running-form.html
Poor Form (Sitting in the Bucket):
- Body vertical.
- Foot lands in front of body
- Reaching forward with legs and arms
- Ankle flexed up
- Heelstrike and tight shins
- Collapsing at the core
- Hips behind heel strike
- Long stride
- Body aligned
- Slight forward lean
- Midfoot strike
- Stride opens behind
- Midfoot landing
So now you have lots of think about while you’re out running those long miles! Happy running (or working out in general) =)