Hi Miz. This is kind of a funny question but I’m curious. Do all of you big bloggers know each other? In real life I mean? I follow most of you on twitter and it seems as though you do.
I loved this question and mainly because it addressed something I find continually perplexing about Twitter.
But first—the answer & a thank you.
Im not sure whom these “big bloggers” are of which you speak but Im flattered to be thought among them. Thank you.
I know that the majority of people whom I tweet Ive never met in real life yet still count among my closest friends (is that weird? odd or not its how I roll. you?).
Now back to Twitter in general.
Is it just me or can it feel (some days for sure and 100% when I first ventured over there) as if everyone knows each other but you?
As if you’ve wandered into a cocktail party filled with BFFs! dont get me started on the fact GROWN WOMEN us that term over there repeatedly & are merely listening in on other people’s conversations?
Ive been tweeting about 11 months now and am *just* starting to feel as though I ‘get it.’
Im just now slowly beginning to see the community which can be created even while there are seemingly millions of different, random conversations happening simultaneously.
Are you on Twitter? And if you are did you feel as I did initially: all kinds of overwhelmed whatwhat?! or were you immediately at home there?
And if you aren’t on Twitter—why not? The potential for timesuckage or simply not your thing?
Are you one of the aforementioned BigBloggers? Do we know each other?
Please to hit us all up in the comments.
This next “question” isnt really a viewer mail question.
Both women expressed an interest in setting up an beginner free weight at-home full body exercise routine.
While I dont have all the video answers here are enough to get you—the royal— started!
(edited to say for some reason the words dont “look” clickable on my screen—they are.)
BACK (precisely the same movement when done with free weights. Id recommend practicing initially with a soup can or *nothing* to become completely comfortable with form)
BICEP: basic curl (precisely the same movement with dumbbells. focus on keeping core tight & weights controlled as you lift and lower.)
TRICEP: Overhead extension (soup cans? free weights? tomato soup. tomaaahhhto.)
That’s all Ive got, People.
Lottsa TwitterChatter & an unfinished free-weight video listing.
(Have an exercise video special-request for me? Please to leave that in the comments as well.)