First location: Seattle, Washington, United States
Travel location: United States
Relationship Status: Dating
Looking for: Online Chat
MY STATS AND INFO
Height: 6' 0''
Weight: 221 lbs
Waist: 32 inches
Arms: 17 inches
Hair color: Brown
Eye color: Green
Weight training: 3 times per week 45 minutes per session
Cardio training: 3 times per week 45 minutes per session
Sports I like: Cycling, Hiking, Weight training
Other sports I like:
HIV status: HIV +
First of all: If you contact me to Skype for your sexual exploits I'll block you instantly. I don't use realjock.com as a sexual outlet so if you don't mind, keep your whorishness to yourselves, 'mkay?
May 2013: Am currently seeing someone and am looking forward to where things might lead.
December 2012: Moving to Seattle after the first of the New Year. Something about the Pacific Northwest is very alluring to me. A new geographical location is LONG overdue. After rigorous contemplation (and exploring nearby areas such as the Bay are of SF) I've determined that Seattle is a good place to start my new journey.
January 2013: Finally made the move to Seattle. It's a bit rough and "transitional" but I'm really liking the city a lot. Love exploring and learning about this beautiful city.
This video inspired me to become vegan/vegetarian. It's gruesome so if you have a light stomach then I suggest you not watch it. But hey, if you can eat that cheeseburger or enjoy your breakfast bacon then you should know where your food comes from, right?
My goals are to keep fit, maintain strength and some muscular size while investing a little as possible in the gym. Don't get me wrong. I really love working out but for a balanced lifestyle I keep my time in the gym to a minimum. Currently I workout three days a week (M-W-F) and my quads get worked all three days. Here's how it goes:
(After proper warm up) 1) Squats with free bar at four sets 4x10,10,8,6,6 2) Deadlifts 4x6 3) Either bent over rows or lat pulldowns at 4x10,8,6,6 4) Either flat or incline bench press at 4x10,8,8,6 5) Pecdeck machine at 4x10,8,8,8 6) Straight bar bicep curl 3x6,6,6 7) Skull crusher tricep extension at 3,6,6,6 8) Preacher bicep curl with EZ bar at 3x12,12,12 9) Standing tricep extension with EZ bar at 3x12,12,12
( Warm up well) 1) Squats at 3x10,10,10 2) Leg extensions 3x10,10,10 3) Calve raises 5x12,12,12,12,12,12 4) Behind the neck shoulder press at 5x12,12,12,12,12,12 5) Lateral raises for deltoids at 3x10,10,10 6) Rear deltoid raises (ideally) performed using a pecdeck machine 3x10,10,10
Repeat Monday's workout.
This workout may seem simple but if you do it right and lift with the heaviest weight you can manage you will start to realize how important eating and getting sufficient sleep are after about a month's time. If you push yourself to lift the heaviest weight with the suggested rep range you should see a shift in your body in three to four weeks. This workout was intended to only be an eight to ten week bulking routine but I pretty much stick to it throughout the year. I just go lighter at times or do fewer reps if I'm feeling a bit tired.
On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays I typically do thirty to forty minutes of low intensity cardio on an empty stomach upon waking. This is followed by a couple of abdominal exercises (crunches and straight leg pendulums). I personally cannot do HIIT due to ankle and knee concerns. I would probably not recommend HIIT either for others on this workout program. But by all means, give it a try and if you fare well then have at it.
Some videos on some simple, effective and very safe abdominal exercises:
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