So, you're thinking of becoming a bouncer. I've been toying with the idea of becoming a bouncer at a club. Here are some facts: City is San Francisco. I'm male, 31, very caucasian, wear glasses, 6'4", 310 lbs (overweight and out of shape to be sure, but the above-average height helps me not look obese.) I can go for long periods of time without feeling the need to smile, having a natural and relatively permanent "stoic" expression. I was never much into the bar/club scene as a personal social interest. I have a full time, professional job in advertising pulling in a respectable salary, but thought this might be a way to work Fri/Sat nights to pull in a little extra spending cash and essentially get paid to "people watch" in a club without feeling guilty or creepy for not dancing or drinking, neither of which are particular interests of mine. And sure, I'll admit that the social "status" of being a bouncer is intriguing -- both in t
Questions About 310 Lbs
I need to lose fat, I work 70 hours a week and weight 310 lbs (24 yr old male,, ~35% body fat). I am on my feet all day and I have a membership to a 24 hour gym. I also own a recumbant bike which I use on a daily basis for 20-30 min (interval training), What would be best to lose FAT asap.
Ok I am putting myself on a strict diet and work out regimen. First my size and build. I am about 6' 1", 250 lbs and normal to large frame structure. Can someone please tell me if I am in the right direction to try and get a little more healthy? First my eating or diet: Coffee in the morning with non dairy creamer, about 7 1/2 cups. Cereal, Special K 3/4 cup with 1/2 cup 2% milk. AM snack 1 banana. Lunch, 5 saltine crackers and a single slice Oscar Meyer Roasted turkey lunch meat, 1/2 cup fruit cocktail in light syrup. Afternoon snack, prior to work out, 1 Nutra grain cereal bar. Dinner brand name Eating Right frozen meal. These are between 234 and 310 calories. My work out: I am going by a post from another user for exercises and cardio. For cardio I am using a workout I found on Exercise TV which is a 20 minute work out. Then I am using my tread mill with programed work outs for the remainder of 1 hour, or 40 minutes. I am using 5 and 10 lb dumb bells with the cardio stuff and
Aluminum head 355cid 375hp/420 ft/bs in a c10 with a turbo 350 trans with a 3200 stall..stronger rear end?
If i put this motor in a c10 with a factory, non posi rear, would i blow that rear in end out. If so should i got with a more basic, cast iron head 355 wit 310 hp/340 ft/lbs?
Tall AND fat husband needs durable, non-cargo work pants for two jobs. He's 6'3" and somewhere between 310 and 320 lbs now. Current size is 46x34. Job #1(appliance delivery) requires some color of khaki with no cargo styles allowed. Job #2 (grocery stock) requires black. We have rarely been able to find suitable pants or jeans locally that fit even at smaller waist sizes. Big and Tall here seems to be Big OR Tall. LL Bean and Land's End are being considered but he wears through the inside thighs very quickly so cheap is also a requirement. Ideally, I want to find a supplier that has the same style with the correct fit in black and khaki, and will not discontinue them next season. 5.11 Tactical used to have a Covert Cargo style that he loved, now discontinued and replaced with visible stitching on the cargo pockets even though the pockets are internal.
The up coming season will be my first season and I'll be a junior, is it even possible for me to be recruited for college football? I'm 5'4" 140 lbs, my 40 is 5.1, and my 800m is 3:13 I also bench 170 and squat 310
This is a mock draft done by 32 different people on a forum. Just wondering want other people think of it/ the selections? 1. Indianapolis Colts - Andrew Luck QB Stanford 6.4 235 2. St Louis Rams - Matt Kalil OT USC 6.6 295 3. Seattle Seahawks (through the Minnesota Vikings) - Robert Griffin III QB Baylor 6-2 220 4. Cleveland Browns - Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU, 6'0", 185. 5. Detroit Lions (through the Tampa Bay Buccaneers) - Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama, 5'11", 224 6. Washington Redskins - Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State, 6'1", 215 7. Jacksonville Jaguars - Dre Kirkpatrick CB Alabama 6.3 192 8. Miami Dolphins - Courtney Upshaw, OLB, Alabama, 6'2", 263 lbs 9. Carolina Panthers - Quinton Coples, DE, North Carolina, 6'6", 285lbs 10. Buffalo Bills - Riley Reiff, OT, Iowa, 6'6", 300lbs 11. Minnesota Vikings (through the Seattle Seahawks) - Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford, 6'6", 304lbs 12. Kansas City Chiefs - David DeCastro, OG, Stanford, 6'5", 310lbs 13. Arizona Cardinals - Melvin Ing