Beginner Bodybuilding for Teens! Upper Body

Some of us want to change the way we look, many people are uncomfortable or ashamed of their own body. People are embarrassed when they look at the mirror seeing that they’re either too thin or too thick, some want to look like body builders and feel strong. First, what is bodybuilding?

Bodybuilding is the use of progressive resistance exercise to control and develop one’s musculature. An individual who engages in this activity is referred to as a bodybuilder. In professional bodybuilding, bodybuilders appear in lineups and perform specified poses (and later individual posing routines) for a panel of judges who rank the competitors based on criteria such as symmetry, muscularity, and conditioning. Bodybuilders prepare for competitions through a combination of intentional dehydration, elimination of nonessential body fat, and carbohydrate loading to achieve maximum vascularity, as well as tanning to accentuate muscular definition.

Many of us want to look buff and big, is it difficult? Yes, it is! Impossible? NO of course not, but it is all up to your time and effort to see changes and progress in the future. Here is video below for teens who wish to become bodybuilders, want to know where to start and how to execute certain exercises.

 

5 Gripes About DC Movies That Totally Miss The Point

5. “They Need More Jokes, Like The Marvel Movies!”

I don’t think the tone of the DC movies so far has been what’s doomed them. Nonsensical plot points, scenes that start something and proceed to go nowhere, and pacing that allows them to wallow in their own shit for an hour before suddenly ramping the narrative through a building — that’s what’s turned these things from “movies” into “collections of half-formed ideas barely held together by themes that the characters constantly shout at each other.” And when that complaint was put through the I Need To Get This Down To 140 Characters Or Less Translator, it apparently came out as “Needs more jokes!”

The Marvel movies can be pretty funny. Ant Man, Guardians Of The Galaxy, and every line from Peter Parker in Captain America: Civil War are all humorous without feeling like someone went through the scripts with a red-tipped pen to make sure that these costume parades got some ha ha’s. And that feeling is super important, because it at least gives off the illusion that once we enter the theater, we’re being put into the hands of competent filmmakers who know how to manage a mood, and not the wallets of executive overlords screaming “GET ROBERT DOWNEY JR. FOR A CAMEO, YOU FUCK!” at every opportunity.

But adding lightheartedness to a movie is not a tonal Band-Aid. We already saw that applied to Suicide Squad, and that thing ended up seeming like a tug of war between two totally different Suicide Squads. Batman v. Superman would not have benefited from some sprinkling of whimsy. To create a movie that can handle a mess of jokes, you have to rebuild it as such from the ground up. You might hate a Superman that is a 50/50 split on frowns and punches, but “fixing” him by dribbling random pleasantness from his super-orifices is like finishing an algebra test by including a five-paragraph analysis of the works of Charles Dickens.

Also, we’ve already ragged on DC for copying Marvel’s Expanded Cinematic Universe idea. If DC suddenly decides to start creating the kind of movies that Marvel is making in terms of how funny they are, we’re just going to give DC hell for that too. I don’t want every film that they come out with to have a tone like Batman v. Superman, which can best be described as “slow motion tears fall during slow motion rain drops.” But I also don’t want a series of movies that decapitate their own worth because of a misguided WHAT ABOUT THE FUNNY? campaign.

4. “They Need To Stop Taking Such Dumb Chances!”

Suicide Squad was the third movie that DC made in their new universe. Rather than go the route of establishing more legitimate heroes, they decided, four-and-a-half hours into their existence, that audiences would much rather see a collection of B-List villains, with Batman showing up for three 90-second segments. Many said that it was DC’s attempt to replicate Guardians Of The Galaxy, but it feels less like that and more like a comic book Devil’s Rejects. They’re mass murderers and generally the worst people on the planet, but hey, they’re always busting each other’s balls, so they must be alright!

And while this paid off in the box office, the reviews added it to the ever-growing pile of Stuff That DC Has Done Totally Wrong. I rewatched all three of these movies before I wrote this column, and I don’t hate them anymore. There’s stuff that I really like about some of them, but Suicide Squad is painfully grating at its worst. Now That’s What I Call Supervillains, Volume 1 is an incoherent screech into the winds of relevance, but the concept behind it? Sign me up for a dozen more.

The release of Suicide Squad as their third film shows me that DC is willing to take chances that are so unmeasured that they’re borderline blind. And that is infinitely more interesting than the approach of “We’ll release movies about the big-name superheroes first, and when they’re all proven to succeed, we’ll go down the list until we eventually reach Leather Boy: A Netflix Original Series.”

The release of one supervillain-themed disaster does not mean that we need to scrap the concept and focus solely on figuring out how to get more than two people into the audience of a Green Lantern movie. Marvel is creating a stronger and stronger built-in audience. People will go to see these just to check them off the list. DC, with all of its backlash, doesn’t have that yet. Batman does, but DC as a whole does not. And they will always be playing catch-up until they provide an alternative to Marvel. And if that alternative is batshit lunacy, I’m down. As a fan, I really appreciate Marvel’s consistency. But I’m way more interested in Suicide Squad 2: Fuck It, We’re Doing It.

3. “They Need To Really UNDERSTAND The Characters!”

After the release of Man Of Steel and Batman v. Superman, it was clear that the director, Zack Snyder, had some weird inclinations when it came to how classic characters should be portrayed. The immediate reaction to this discovery was “Well, Zack Snyder just doesn’t understand certain characters.” And because these two movies mostly dealt with the internal turmoil and external explosions of a piece of eye laser Americana, this was boiled down to “Zack Snyder hates Superman.”

I get that. In Man Of Steel, Clark Kent spends the first two acts moping around the globe, trying to gain an ounce of purpose. And in the last act, when he discovers that his purpose is “Property Damage,” he beats the villains through every populated building that he can find. This provided an interesting backdrop for Batman v. Superman: That dude is supposed to be the world’s greatest hero, so how is he going to handle having inadvertently killed thousands? And we probably would’ve seen an answer to this question, had Ben Affleck’s rippling trapezius not been in the way.

But Zack Snyder does not hate Superman. And he does not have a loathing for do-gooder superhero characters. In fact, what Zack Snyder does not get is the same thing that we don’t get: How do you make people like Superman again?

I often fall into thinking that understanding characters and presenting them in their truest comic-book-friendly form will equal massive box office numbers, critical success, and probably a handjob in a public restroom. But would turning Superman into an unfailing Boy Scout, or totally leaning into the skid of “He’s a lost god on a planet that he doesn’t have a mutual understanding with” make people dig him? The first trailer for Man Of Steel played before The Dark Knight Rises. In my theater, after the inspiring music and washed-out shots of the kid in the cape, a guy yelled “BATMAN’S BETTER, THOUGH!” and the audience applauded as if he had just discovered the cure for death.

And that’s the public perception of Superman. You can throw as many metaphors or classic-ness at them, but the unanimous response is a piercing “BATMAN’S BETTER, THOUGH!” The reason Batman has been the most popular character of the past three decades, and why we have to struggle to even get people to consider Superman as a valid anything, is that Batman inspires discussion. “What’s the best portrayal of Batman?” “Should he kill?” “Should he not kill?” “Is it right for him to quit being Batman, or does that betray his character?” “During sex, does he let the ‘I’m Batman’ voice slip out a little bit just to show Catwoman that she’s special?”

Superman’s discussion is “Oh, do you like Superman? I don’t.”

Zack Snyder doesn’t go flaccid whenever he sees a red cape. Nor does he look at Superman rescuing a cat out of a tree and think, “Superman wouldn’t do that. Superman would eat that cat.” However, Zack Snyder does understand that the only way we’re going to get people invested in the trials of Clark Kent again is to get people talking about Clark Kent. And regardless of whether you like or dislike his version or Superman, it’s the only way to get people to stop thinking of Superman as the dumb hick cousin of the DC universe.

2. “They Need Action Scenes That Aren’t So Explosive!”

Christopher Nolan did a lot of cool things with the Batman character. But until The Dark Knight Rises, when Batman slugged it out with Bane, fight scenes that amounted to more than a blur of editing and short strikes were a distant a dream. Thus, in Batman v. Superman, when Batman Brock Lesnar’d his way through a warehouse full of goons, all I could think was “Finally.” And so many reviews had taken dumps on a decade of inadequate hand-to-hand bat combat, so I expected critics and fans to erupt in resounding high fives at the sight of a Batman who could readjust a bad guy’s skeleton from the outside of his body if he wanted to.

We’d clamored for better fight scenes since 1978, when Superman’s greatest physical threat was the tag team of Gene Hackman and Ned Beatty. That’s 35 years of “Hey! We want DC characters who can properly throw down!” Don’t just accept the stuff you don’t like when it comes to purely fictional characters. But if I’m Zack Snyder and I’m still the guy who directed stuff like 300, and all I’ve heard since I was 12 is that Superman needs to be able to do all of his Superman stuff, I’m gonna go nuts with it. And if I hear that you didn’t like Batman’s array of elbows and shin kicks, the next criminal that Batman sees is going to be nearly ripped in half, because goddammit, give the people what they ask for.

1. “They Needed To Do Solo Character Films First!”

Batman v. Superman featured a lot of characters showing up for the first time in this universe, like Batman, Wonder Woman, Lex Luthor, Aquaman, Cyborg, Flash, and Jimmy Olsen. (RIP, BUDDY. YOU HAD MORE THAN ONE LINE IN THE ULTIMATE EDITION OF THE FILM, AND NO ONE CAN TAKE THAT AWAY FROM YOU. POUR ONE OUT FOR JIMMY.) And while the introductions to half of them were clumsy, as they were mostly done through Wonder Woman watching security footage on a computer, I don’t think that giving each of them a solo film before Batman v. Superman was the answer to “How many showers can we give this turd?”

We’ve had five Batman solo films, and while they weren’t connected to Batman v. Superman, that doesn’t mean that Batman suddenly becomes a mystery to us. No, we get what Batman’s about. Oh, he’s old now and a little angrier? That’s not a foreign concept that we couldn’t possibly wrap our heads around without another movie of set up. Ben Affleck’s constant grimace is an effective one. It tells us that he’s a little pissed off and tortured, so giving him a solo film to set that depression up is simply doing what five combined films have done repeatedly.

We’re getting a Justice League movie later this year, in which hopefully all of Batman’s super pals will get some proper screen time. But thinking that the whole team should have gotten solo films to better set up a movie entitled BATMAN v. SUPERMAN is the equivalent of wishing you could eat all of the potatoes in the restaurant because it would make your steak taste better. What is making Flash more important beforehand going to do for that movie? Did we really need another guy to stand around and look sad about stuff? If there’s one thing that Batman v, Superman didn’t need, it’s more existential bro angst.

Top Ten Video Games of all Time!

Video games have been around for awhile and still evolving to this day. They are electronic games that involves interaction with a user interface to generate visual feedback on a video device such as a TV screen or computer monitor. The word video in video game traditionally referred to a raster display device, but as of the 2000’s, it implies any type of display device that can produce two- or three-dimensional images. Some theorists categorize video games as an art form, but this designation is controversial.

The electronic systems used to play video games are known as platforms; examples of these are personal computers and video game consoles. These platforms range from large mainframe computers to small handheld computing devices. Specialized video games such as arcade games, in which the video game components are housed in a large, typically coin-operated chassis, while common in the 1980’s in video arcades, have gradually declined due to the widespread availability of affordable home video game consoles (e.g., PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Wii U) and video games on desktop and laptop computers and smartphones.

Here are the top ten video games of all time presented by WatchMojo.com and remember that in order to make this list, a game needs to have made at least Rank 4 or higher in our games per generation series.

 

Siddhartha

Siddhartha is a 1922 novel by Herman Hesse who was a German born Swiss poet, novelist and painter. Siddhartha is man from the time of the Gautama Buddha, who embarks on a spiritual journey to find himself. Siddhartha means “he who has found meaning in existence” or “he who has attained his goals.” In the Sanskrit language Siddha means achieved and artha means what was searched for.

Siddhartha  grows up in a prosperous Brahman family. He’s well-loved, but unhappy despite his popularity. He is spiritually dissatisfied and believes the elders in his community have nothing more to teach him. Siddhartha decides to join the Samanas, who are a group of wandering ascetics. His best friend, Govinda, accompanies him, and the two men spend three years with the Samanas learning how to withstand pain and hunger in an effort to flee the body’s limitations.

Top Ten Overpowered Anime Characters!

We all know the main character in every anime isn’t some ordinary high school student or daily life person, the main character in most anime’s turn out sometimes to be dramatically powerful. There are other characters whose powers don’t even have limits, characters such as Goku from Dragon Ball z go above their limit and evolve to gain impressive strengths, speed and other abilities. Villains, heroes, and other characters in anime have abilities and powers many might consider to be just too overpowered!

Here is a list of some of the most overpowered characters.

 

How to get the booty of a goddess!

Got a flat butt, want to make it pop? We all love the butt and we all should love our own. There are three main muscles that comprise the butt, the gluteus maximus, gluteus medius, and the gluteus minimus. The gluteus maximus is the largest of the gluteal group. Its origin is the posterior line of the upper ilium, the posterior surface of the lower sacrum, and the side of the coccyx. Its insertion is two-fold: First, the lower and larger portion of the gluteus maximus end with a thick tendon that passes through the greater trochanter (hip) into the iliotibial band. And there is also the gluteal tuberosity between the vastus lateralis (a quadriceps muscle) and adductor magnus.

The gluteus medius (G-med, pictured right) originates on the outer surface of the ilium above and in front of the anterior gluteal line. It also originates at the gluteal aponeurosis. The insertion of the G-med converges on a tendon that attaches to the lateral surface of the greater trochanter (your hip joint). Ultimately, the G-med tendon inserts into an oblique ridge that runs down and to the front of the lateral surface of the greater trochanter.

The gluteus minimus (G-min) originates in front from the outer surface of the ilium between the anterior and inferior gluteal lines. In back, it originates from the margin of the greater sciatic notch. It inserts on the deep surface of a radiated aponeurosis via a tendon that attaches to the anterior border of the greater trochanter. The G-med and G-min perform similar functions, depending on the position of the knee and hip joints. With the knee extended, they abduct the thigh (out to the side away from the opposite leg). When running, they stabilize the leg during the single-support phase. With the hips flexed, they internally rotate the thigh. With the hips extended, they externally rotate the thigh.

Here is a video on some exercises you can do to work that fanny, butt, booty, ass, or bum or whatever you call it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Injustice 2 can it arrive any sooner?!

Injustice 2 is an upcoming fighting video game being developed by NetherRealm Studios and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. It is the sequel to 2013’s Injustice: Gods Among Us. Your superheroes are at it again, playing as your favorite DC characters again and this time with better graphics, gameplay and more!

Injustice 2 retains numerous gameplay mechanics from Injustice: Gods Among Us, including environment interaction, stage transitions, clashes, and character traits. The trait system, like before, provides a temporary buff or ability that compliments each character’s playstyle. The super meter, which allows players to execute enhanced special moves and unlock powerful “super moves” when fully charged, also returns. Players can expend meter to perform new techniques, such as an evasive forward roll, which provides a way to overcome enemy keep-away tactics, or an air recovery, which lets characters escape an opponent’s combo early. Most environmental attacks, which were completely unavoidable in the first Injustice game, can now be blocked; however, certain environmental attacks with large amounts of startup, such as throwing a car, will remain unblockable.

Injustice 2 introduces a loot-dropping system, known as the “Gear System”, which offers character-specific costume pieces and equipment with status-altering effects. The Gear System uses RPG-like mechanics to reward players with experience and loot after every match. Every playable fighter is given four base stats: strength, defense, health, and ability, the latter of which impacts special attacks. As players collect experience points and subsequently level up, their characters’ base stats will increase. Players can enhance their characters’ base stats even further by equipping gear obtained through loot drops, which also lets players customize the look of their characters.

You can preorder the game and get Darkseid as a playable character, the game comes out May 16, 2017! Here is the Injustice 2 trailer below.

 

Nerdy, Fit and Sexy! Is it possible?

Don’t you want to look like your favorite character from a comic book or video game?Maybe you want to feel and look sexy while still enjoying your nerdy little hobbies. Would you like to banish that belly fat?If you have time for gaming, reading and watching, then you have time for exercising. Moving your body for at least 45 minutes is all it takes to begin getting into shape and of course eating right, so be ready to throw away your favorite potato chips.

Come on Nerds! We have all seen ripped sexy movie stars play as your favorite character. We wouldn’t mind looking like Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine, Chris Evans Captain America, or maybe imagining yourself looking like a real life Goku! Is it possible you say?

Of course, it is only up to you, your time and your effort to get the body you want. Here is a video below on Fitness for beginners, learn how to workout, burn some fat, rip some muscle, and after a good day of working out, lay back on that couch watch that Game of Thrones episode you recorded for later. 🙂

 

 

Skyrim Mods for those who own a console!

For all of those who still play Skyrim today and own the remastered version, Bethesda has released mod downloading for consoles. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has been out since 2011 and won game of the year, 5 years later the game was published with new graphics, being able to play on new generation of consoles and now has mod installing. For the PC users this is no big deal since they have been modding on the games first release, but those who own console have been waiting for a moment like this.

Skyrim is a fantasy based action role playing game designed by Bethesda and it is the fifth installment of the Elder Scrolls series.

Mods make the game way more fun and interesting, though PC has over a thousand mods, Bethesda will be updating new mods for console users to try out and play. Creating new features, areas, characters, texture with mods will make the game-play last forever. MxR Mods is a Youtuber who posts video on every great mod there is for the game. Down below are some of the best mods of all time!