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Narrating the life of Myrtle Hellbeast von Satanspawn as she plots world domination. And posting pics of my adorable Goldendoodle, Lou.
Narrating the life of Myrtle Hellbeast von Satanspawn as she plots world domination. And posting pics of my adorable Goldendoodle, Lou.

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Here’s my workout routine if any of you want to use it- you work up quite a sweat.

1. Let giant dog out so he doesn’t try to drag you to safety when you’re doing floor exercises because he thinks you’re having a seizure or something (1 set, 1 rep)

2. Forearm bridge plank. Engage core muscles and tighten those glutes so you don’t collapse on the fat cat that decides to nap under you when the other fat cat decides to jump on your back and take a stroll across the “bridge”. (3 sets, 30 sec)

3. Stationary lunges. Again, engage that core and tighten your gluteus maximus to maintain your balance as both fat cats chase each other in figure eights around your lunging legs. (3 sets, 15 reps)

4. Dumbbell chest fly. Watch your form as you bring your arms up and down carefully, so as not to bonk the the fat cats on their heads with the weights because they’re too lazy to move two inches away from your line of motion. (3 sets, 15 reps)

5. Side leg raise. Lie on your side and engage your core and hip flexors as you raise your leg. Keep your concentration as one fat cat tries to catch your foot in the air while the other tries to poke its cold, wet nose in your eyes, ears, and mouth...checking for signs of life, one would presume. (3 sets, 20 reps)

6. Wall squat hold. Lean against the wall and slowly slide down until you are in a squat position and hold, so one fat cat can curl up on your lap while the other lies on its back and needles your bum with its claws. (3 sets, 30 sec)

7. Wrap it up by alternating sets of standing dumbbell curls, overhead extensions, and shoulder lateral raises while the exhausted fat cats silently criticize your form from their lounging spots. (3 sets, 15 reps)

And there you have it, my current strength training routine. You can easily modify the level of difficulty by reducing or increasing the amount of fat cats.
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Here’s my workout routine if any of you want to use it- you work up quite a sweat.

1. Let giant dog out so he doesn’t try to drag you to safety when you’re doing floor exercises because he thinks you’re having a seizure or something (1 set, 1 rep)

2. Forearm bridge plank. Engage core muscles and tighten those glutes so you don’t collapse on the fat cat that decides to nap under you when the other fat cat decides to jump on your back and take a stroll across the “bridge”. (3 sets, 30 sec)

3. Stationary lunges. Again, engage that core and tighten your gluteus maximus to maintain your balance as both fat cats chase each other in figure eights around your lunging legs. (3 sets, 15 reps)

4. Dumbbell chest fly. Watch your form as you bring your arms up and down carefully, so as not to bonk the the fat cats on their heads with the weights because they’re too lazy to move two inches away from your line of motion. (3 sets, 15 reps)

5. Side leg raise. Lie on your side and engage your core and hip flexors as you raise your leg. Keep your concentration as one fat cat tries to catch your foot in the air while the other tries to poke its cold, wet nose in your eyes, ears, and mouth...checking for signs of life, one would presume. (3 sets, 20 reps)

6. Wall squat hold. Lean against the wall and slowly slide down until you are in a squat position and hold, so one fat cat can curl up on your lap while the other lies on its back and needles your bum with its claws. (3 sets, 30 sec)

7. Wrap it up by alternating sets of standing dumbbell curls, overhead extensions, and shoulder lateral raises while the exhausted fat cats silently criticize your form from their lounging spots. (3 sets, 15 reps)

And there you have it, my current strength training routine. You can easily modify the level of difficulty by reducing or increasing the amount of fat cats.
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Here’s my workout routine if any of you want to use it- you work up quite a sweat.

1. Let giant dog out so he doesn’t try to drag you to safety when you’re doing floor exercises because he thinks you’re having a seizure or something (1 set, 1 rep)

2. Forearm bridge plank. Engage core muscles and tighten those glutes so you don’t collapse on the fat cat that decides to nap under you when the other fat cat decides to jump on your back and take a stroll across the “bridge”. (3 sets, 30 sec)

3. Stationary lunges. Again, engage that core and tighten your gluteus maximus to maintain your balance as both fat cats chase each other in figure eights around your lunging legs. (3 sets, 15 reps)

4. Dumbbell chest fly. Watch your form as you bring your arms up and down carefully, so as not to bonk the the fat cats on their heads with the weights because they’re too lazy to move two inches away from your line of motion. (3 sets, 15 reps)

5. Side leg raise. Lie on your side and engage your core and hip flexors as you raise your leg. Keep your concentration as one fat cat tries to catch your foot in the air while the other tries to poke its cold, wet nose in your eyes, ears, and mouth...checking for signs of life, one would presume. (3 sets, 20 reps)

6. Wall squat hold. Lean against the wall and slowly slide down until you are in a squat position and hold, so one fat cat can curl up on your lap while the other lies on its back and needles your bum with its claws. (3 sets, 30 sec)

7. Wrap it up by alternating sets of standing dumbbell curls, overhead extensions, and shoulder lateral raises while the exhausted fat cats silently criticize your form from their lounging spots. (3 sets, 15 reps)

And there you have it, my current strength training routine. You can easily modify the level of difficulty by reducing or increasing the amount of fat cats.
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Here’s my workout routine if any of you want to use it- you work up quite a sweat.

1. Let giant dog out so he doesn’t try to drag you to safety when you’re doing floor exercises because he thinks you’re having a seizure or something (1 set, 1 rep)

2. Forearm bridge plank. Engage core muscles and tighten those glutes so you don’t collapse on the fat cat that decides to nap under you when the other fat cat decides to jump on your back and take a stroll across the “bridge”. (3 sets, 30 sec)

3. Stationary lunges. Again, engage that core and tighten your gluteus maximus to maintain your balance as both fat cats chase each other in figure eights around your lunging legs. (3 sets, 15 reps)

4. Dumbbell chest fly. Watch your form as you bring your arms up and down carefully, so as not to bonk the the fat cats on their heads with the weights because they’re too lazy to move two inches away from your line of motion. (3 sets, 15 reps)

5. Side leg raise. Lie on your side and engage your core and hip flexors as you raise your leg. Keep your concentration as one fat cat tries to catch your foot in the air while the other tries to poke its cold, wet nose in your eyes, ears, and mouth...checking for signs of life, one would presume. (3 sets, 20 reps)

6. Wall squat hold. Lean against the wall and slowly slide down until you are in a squat position and hold, so one fat cat can curl up on your lap while the other lies on its back and needles your bum with its claws. (3 sets, 30 sec)

7. Wrap it up by alternating sets of standing dumbbell curls, overhead extensions, and shoulder lateral raises while the exhausted fat cats silently criticize your form from their lounging spots. (3 sets, 15 reps)

And there you have it, my current strength training routine. You can easily modify the level of difficulty by reducing or increasing the amount of fat cats.
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Lou in the sunflowers is my favorite thing ever 😍😍😍

#LouTheGoldendoodle
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Lou in the sunflowers is my favorite thing ever 😍😍😍

#LouTheGoldendoodle
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Lou in the sunflowers is my favorite thing ever 😍😍😍

#LouTheGoldendoodle
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Lou in the sunflowers is my favorite thing ever 😍😍😍

#LouTheGoldendoodle
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Lou in the sunflowers is my favorite thing ever 😍😍😍

#LouTheGoldendoodle
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