Muscle and Fitness
I bought this the day after my great transminnesotan bike ride. So long as I'm working to be in shape, I'm going to aim to look like Superman, except my face won't look as ugly as Henry Cavill's.
Also, I bought this shirt to work out in, since I don't like lifting while wearing sleeves and I also wanted something Superman-related to motivate me. I love it, and I'm going to wear it a lot. There's a similar Batman tanktop, for anyone who's interested.
I work out pretty hard, but unfortunately I only know the "ups", as in sit-ups, push-ups, pull-ups, and chin-ups. Those are healthy, but far from a comprehensive workout routine that gets every area of my body, and I really want to take better care of it since I only have one life to live and sometimes it gets very annoying when I have to use a muscle that I haven't used in a while and realize that I've been a poor steward to my body. Ergo, I paid for this, knowing that the worst case scenario was that I only wasted seven dollars, but more likely I will actually have a more solid and consistent routine now that I have something written down to follow.
It helps that I'm naturally very strong and can bench a couple hundred pounds after a long hiatus (Tempted to make a Dos Equis reference here: "I don't work out often, but when I do, I prefer to listen to barbershop quartets."). I'm surprisingly skinny in spite of it, so it should be interesting to see what my strength to muscle mass ratio is going to look like as I progress these next few months. If I'm lucky, I just might maintain that extraordinary strength even as I get promoted to a geriatric gentleman.
"Can this be true? I don't believe what I see! A man your age to be as strong as you are..."
(There are characters who inspire me more than Superman, you know)
Stay healthy, my friends.