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Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Video: Wyatt Cenac on Medieval Times


We recently subscribed to SiriusXM. She wanted the satellite radio for the music. I wanted it for the comedy stations, especially the Comedy Central and Blue Collar Radio stations.

I enjoy listening to stand-up comedy on my drive from work. I tried to listen to Comedy Central at the gym, but listening to Wyatt Cenac while on the treadmill is not a good idea.

Wyatt Cenac, known for his contributions to The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, has a great comedy bit about taking his friend to Medieval Times to celebrate his 30th birthday.


via DustyRhoadesScholar


Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Repost: Superheroes Workout

I rarely do repost blog entries, but I think this is actually beneficial for a lot of us who want to be fit.

Hey, if you are having a hard time getting into a workout routine, try these exercises.











via cubbiemcprude

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Follicle release in the wrong places


This really doesn't fit the label of Confessions of a Gym Dweeb per se. This particular experience doesn't happen at the gym but rather at home.

For the past couple of years, my hairstylist has found that I'm slowly starting to show a thinning crown in the form of a horseshoe. This is serious; especially since I am only 38 years old. I can't accept the concept of me growing old.

To resolve my hair loss, I decided to purchase the Framesi follicle release shampoo my hairstylist was selling. She told me a pearl size amount would be plenty and to only apply over the area where I am starting to thin.

"Okay. Pearl size. Apply in area where I am thinning. Got it," I responded to her direction.

"Don't rub it all over your head. My ex did that and his hair in the back of head was becoming bushy."

"Okay. Pearl size. Apply in area where I am thinning. Not everywhere or I will get bushy. Got it." I responded confidently as I said my good-byes and left her salon.

The next morning I applied a pearl size on my palm and lathered it on the crown of my head as she instructed. I pulled my hands from my head and looked at my hands. There were a few strands of hair on my soapy palms as if slowly suffering a painful death.

To add to this dilemma, I didn't know where I should wash off my soapy hands. Typically, if it was my normal shampoo, I rub it on another part of my body (I'll leave it at that). But this was a different situation. I remembered her tell me specifically apply it on the area I was thinning. The last thing I wanted was a much hairy ass.

I turned around, leaned forward and washed my hands with the shower. I did the same with my soapy hair and tried to avoid having the lather wash down any other part of my body.

This has been my bathing life for the past couple of months. I returned to my hairstylist and asked if she saw any progress. Unfortunately, she had no good news to report. She said I still had the same amount of hair. No new follicles.

Well, I guess I'll still be applying the shampoo until I see some results. In the meantime, I'll need to purchase a new set of trimmers to take care of my lower body hair.


Monday, June 2, 2014

Ending the Spring Season 3rd


My son's little league team, the Astros, finished third in their division. This is actually good for them since this was the first time for many on the team to play in that division.




Taken on May 31, 2014 using the OLYMPUS TG-2.