Weight training: 4 times per week 45 minutes per session
Cardio training: 5 times per week 45 minutes per session
Sports I like: Bodybuilding, Cycling, Hiking, Kayaking, Martial arts, Trail Running, Weight training
Other sports I like: Tai Chi, Pilates, weights and chasing the boys . . . good cardio.
HIV status: HIV -
Safer sex?: Always
First of all, did you get it? Fifty shades of grey with Christian Grey? Bob has 50 shades of whatever color in the rainbow flag.
As far as the video -All colors matters - Be this boy for me, confident, sexy, showoff. Prefer Asian, but I like the rainbow of colors of humanity. I like a little Tang with my morning breakfast . . . and I don't mean fake orange juice.
I'm a dreamer . . . always dreaming of that younger, perfect, flawless guy who is always showing off his body . . . oh, it's not a dream, it's RealJock? I'm here to drool, no not because I'm getting older, but because of all the sexy men.
NOTE: If you can't take the time to post a picture and do a profile then please don't bother me. You will be ignored. Communication and creativity gets my attention. Let's be honest . . .
Honestly: I have never been able to connect with a guy . . . maybe that is why I am trapped in the 20-30 something age range and me being in my 60s. Of course 30-50 age range is more acceptable. I never experienced a young lover. Maybe that is why I seek a younger guy. Maybe to fulfill a young love I never had. Therefore, older seeking younger.
I am also an Ordained Minister as a Gnostic Christian just to let you know. I am really not into sex unless the right guy comes along like my Kindred Soul. Are you him?
Workout: Progressive overload combined with supersets incorporating isolation and compound exercises. I work one body part a day (30-45 minutes)since I'm older and need more time to recover.
For those of you who have read this far . . . In the beginning there is lust, infactuation, impatience . . . no love. Love is taking the time to listen, talk all night and being silent when you need to be. Love is taking a deep breath, being able to just breathe. To trust, earning it as well as giving it. Love is knowing what matters to him, what hurts him and what makes him smile. Love is seeing his eyes light up over a simple rose, a hand being held, simple eye contact. Love doesn't rush in. Love goes slowly, carefully, lovingly. Love is the greatest gift given and accepted.