if nike had commercials with average weight to overweight people, old and young, wearing baggy t shirts covered in sweat and baggy basketball shorts, running and working out and sweating and breathing hard with red faces, wearing Nike running shoes, that would GMH. like i would actually go out and buy myself some proper running shoes instead of keep running with Converse if some really big sportswear company did something like that. then it would have a message like “everybody starts somewhere, start with us” or something yknow??? that would be amazing.
Not to mention the looks and stares you get when your face turns red and people SEE you’re working out, but are all like “WOW, your face is red, haha”…like thanks, I know it is.
YEP THAT TOO and my face gets red right away too so its really embarrassing. why doesnt the media actually portray people how they actually look when working out??? red face, breathing hard out the mouth, sweat spots all over their clothes, wearing a baggy t shirt and basketball shorts, etc
is this relateable? wanting to work out and be fit, but feeling too ugly to work out cus all the media has done is make it look like only thin and fit people work out?
or its too hot when youre working out and you wish you could wear minimal workout clothing in public but only skinny people can wear them?
or the WACKY way the media has made it look like people don’t sweat or breath hard when working out, so when you do you feel embarrassed?????
Video games are great, they let you try your craziest fantasies. For example, on the sims, you can have a job and a house
i had a dream that i finally lost enough weight to look cute in a seifuku. i dont care if im a man, i WILL wear a seifuku someday and i will look FUCKING adorable in it.
1. This looks like the weirdest movie ever.
2. Daniel Radcliffe sounds like a COMPLETELY different person with an American accent. His voice literally sounds lower.
3. Oh look, a movie where Daniel Radcliffe makes friends with a snake!
this is on my movie list
i work in fast food and yeah, if you’re up on your feet moving you’re def. burning calories. calorielab.com/burned/ might be helpful to check out!
yes thank you an answer from someone who actually does this job thank you for the link
okay, so basically i stand and cook for 7.5 hrs. mon-fri every week. doesnt that count as exercise somehow? i also sweat my ass off while doing it (like i can feel sweat dripping down my torso the whole day). you’d THINK that would count towards burning calories. does anyone know if cooking counts as a workout? on my MyFitnessPal app, it does count but i think thats just wishful thinking for me.