This is kind of a semi-list of things that have differed since I’ve been in the world of fitness. This isn’t a complete list mind you and this isn’t in any order. I find it interesting to take up a lifestyle and see how many things altered then after. How have YOU changed since your lifestyle change?
1. I’ve tripled my confidence with broad shoulders and Popeye forearms. I probably no longer care about my large breasts being a spectacle anymore for some. I rely on mass.
2. On every social media site I’m on I make sure it involves and dominates a whole culture of fitness. I can tell those who are closest to me get annoyed by it.
3. I look for artists who draw worthy physiques. I watch cartoons of bravery, courage and more fit bodies. I find myself looking up to superheros.
4. It’s hard to find people the opposite of repulsive if they don’t workout or attempt to change some of the things they eat and drink. This includes my favorite aunt, it’s hard not to look upon her like a complete pig by the atrocious food she eats and by all the illnesses that’s caught up with her as a resort of it, not to mention zero exercise.
5. I don’t want sitting down work.
6. I stand more in the train; probably due to brainwashing and saying my glutes will flatten.
7. I used to date overweight men. Not anymore.
8. I now feel a man must take care of themselves by being physically active and as frequent as possible. There should be zero reason why a man has a gut; he isn’t a woman who carries additional fat and estrogen. A man has testosterone and should put it to use as much as possible, if he’s overweight than he’s lazy in probably every aspect of his life.
9. A man I date must have muscles now. If they don’t, I will assess their potential and along the line make them feel like complete shit about their bodies until they do something about it.
10. If a man has lack of conditioning, I don’t expect him to have sex with me properly. So, I guess, I consider this a deal-breaker.
11. I probably have become a bully in some ways. I have a brother and a few boy cousins who can attest to this firsthand wrath. Still, maybe I’ve always been (never to truly weak people) a bully and coupled with my feminist and Dom tendencies, it’s not a real wonder why. An example of a form of small bullying: When a guy (could also be a coworker) is smaller than me or has less muscle mass I grab him by the back of the neck and shake him up like a rag doll. Or I literally push smaller guys around so their heads jerks forward while the rest of their body flings back.
12. I only have 2 pairs of jeans since my journey and adventures with fitness. I have a hard time trying to get jeans past my calves than my quads. It’s much easier to get a cotton shirt, baggy shorts and comfortable sweat pants.
13. Since I started fitness, over time I realize I went from sanitary napkins to tampons, weak deodorant to heavy deodorant, to carrying hand sanitizer and additional locks in my book-bags for gym locker rooms.
14. I can’t bring anyone in my circle of life who doesn’t know their worth, who doesn’t move forward, who isn’t looking for personal growth, isn’t striving to live the life of being discipline, lacks passion or tolerate bullshitters. Thanks to fitness!
15. The more muscles I get, the more I’m able and actually desire to be more of a woman. Therefore I paint my nails often enough, wear spandex from time to time and wash my hair more than once a month.
16. I learned a thing or two about patience. Still learning.
17. I’ve achieved great orgasms by rubbing on my DOMS while masturbating. You should try it some time, delectable pain and pleasure.