BICYCLE EXERCISE STAND : EXERCISE STAND


BICYCLE EXERCISE STAND : BIKE GEAR RATIO.



Bicycle Exercise Stand





bicycle exercise stand






    exercise
  • Use or apply (a faculty, right, or process)

  • the activity of exerting your muscles in various ways to keep fit; "the doctor recommended regular exercise"; "he did some exercising"; "the physical exertion required by his work kept him fit"

  • Engage in physical activity to sustain or improve health and fitness; take exercise

  • practice: carry out or practice; as of jobs and professions; "practice law"

  • Exert (part of the body) to promote or improve muscular strength

  • exert: put to use; "exert one's power or influence"





    bicycle
  • ride a bicycle

  • In graph theory, a pseudoforest is an undirected graphThe kind of undirected graph considered here is often called a multigraph or pseudograph, to distinguish it from a simple graph. in which every connected component has at most one cycle.

  • A vehicle composed of two wheels held in a frame one behind the other, propelled by pedals and steered with handlebars attached to the front wheel

  • a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals





    stand
  • An act of holding one's ground against or halting to resist an opposing force

  • be standing; be upright; "We had to stand for the entire performance!"

  • base: a support or foundation; "the base of the lamp"

  • A determined effort to resist or fight for something

  • An attitude toward a particular issue; a position taken in an argument

  • be in some specified state or condition; "I stand corrected"











"It’s nothing personal when bombs explode. Or when a gunman in a stadium takes a hostage. When the Net Monitor shows a special alert, any television station is going to toss to the talent on the natio




"It’s nothing personal when bombs explode. Or when a gunman in a stadium takes a hostage. When the Net Monitor shows a special alert, any television station is going to toss to the talent on the natio





A Poem About Miss America

“I’m always looking,” says Miss America, “for what’s NOT to like.”
Every time she looks in a mirror.
Miss America onstage, her blond hair coils and spirals, billows and looms,
to make her face look as small as possible.
One high-heeled foot, placed just a little in front of the other
to make her legs overlap
so her hips look more
narrow.
Standing sideways, she twists her shoulders
to face the audience head-on.
All this breathless contortion to make her waist look
itty-bitty.
Onstage, instead of a spotlight, a movie fragment:
Her face veiled with exercise videos.
Her features, her eyes and lips, made up with hot-pink leotards and leg warmers.
Her Miss America skin jumps and dances with a crowd of women,
each of those women watching herself in a mirror.
The film: a shadow of a reflection of an image of an illusion.
She says, “My every glance in a mirror, it’s a secret market survey.”
She’s her own test audience.
Rating her curb appeal on a scale of one to ten.
Every day, beta-testing a new upgraded version of herself-point-five.
Fine-tuning to follow market trends.
Her dress, swimsuit-tight, leotard-tight,
her pantyhose run with women pedaling bicycles, going nowhere
at a thousand calories an hour.
“For the Talent portion of my program,” she says, “I’ll show you how to unswallow.”
A bellyful of peach ice cream,
a Halloween bag of miniature candy bars,
six frosted doughnuts,
two double cheeseburgers.
The usual stuff.
And sometimes, sperm.
Her face swimming and flickering with aerobic work, her immediate ambition is
to diminish initial buyer resistance.
With a long-term goal of becoming someone’s long-term investment.
As a durable consumer good.

Exerpted from Haunted by Chuck Palahniuk

Haunted is a 2005 novel by Chuck Palahniuk. The plot is a frame story for a series of 23 short stories, most preceded by a free verse poem. Each story is followed by a chapter of the main narrative, is told by a character in main narrative, and ties back into the main story in some way. I have decided to make a series of portraits of each of the 19 characters in this book. The title quote is the first line of each character's story and the description is each character's poem. The portraits are my personal interpretation to the words of the book.











My new Iron Gym




My new Iron Gym





I bought an Iron Gym on Tuesday. I've been wanting one for a few weeks. I waited until someone put it on sale. I bought it at Target for the regular price but got a free $10 gift card. That's the best deal around right now for this product.

I quickly put it together (4 minutes) and "installed" it. I stood holding it for several minutes before I let myself trust the device to hold me (supposedly holds 300 pounds, I weigh 185).

In just two days, I can now do a few full pullups in succession.

This is part of my New Year's Resolution to work out every day. That's really easy when you don't have a job! Also, people who ride bicycles every day still need to work out, because bicycling doesn't work out a hundred other muscles that want part of the workout.

P.S. The only suitable door in my whole apartment is the bathroom door. My bedroom door is arched. So is the door to the living room. My roommate's bedroom door is French. Whatever works.









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