Day 3, Month 2

Wednesday, April 03, 2013

Today is my favorite day in both phases because it is SHOULDER DAY! Let's celebrate hot shoulders! lol. I am telling you, if you want cut-looking arms, the shoulders are the way to go. I have pretty meaty biceps if I do say so myself, but until I started working on my shoulders, it was just...meh. Then I worked my shoulders and


Look at those arms. lol. I should take a picture...except I photograph really badly (unless I really look that way in real life and somehow my eyes aren't seeing me in my mirror correctly?) I look in my mirror and see muscle. I take a picture and see...ghostly white, blotchy arms that are completely unremarkable. I don't get it. Same with my legs. You will never see my abs up close, so don't even go there. lol.

ANY-WHO... shoulder day. I love it lots and lots. Medial delts, posterior delts...whatever you call the front delts... I could exercise them all day long. I have a shirt from VS that is a halter top. I got it for those really hot days in the summer when you just want to be naked but you can't walk around outside naked, so you wear as little as possible while still remaining dignified...but if the mailman came, you would throw something over I alone here? Anyway, it was expected to be THAT kind of shirt, but it is totally going to get worn to the store, the mall, my reunion, and any time I want people to say "damn, that girl has guns!" LOL. The halter cuts in JUST the right place to accentuate those delts I've been working for...and the back is not too low, but just low enough to show that I have a back. Baby got back...

I think I accidentally drank caffeine or something. lol.

So, Day 3...done, and awesome. I will probably end up doing some lateral raises and posterior flies while watching my Nashville tonight. Because I can if I want to.
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