If you need motivation Brandon Lilly just Squatted 400lbs.
Brandon blew out both of his knees 5 months ago on a 750 attempt and was told he may never walk right or even squat again.
Brandon since then has Deadlifted 700+ a handful of times and is now squatting near 400. He needs to work on his depth he says, but he is moving that weight again.
So you all keep up your great work and keep pushing forward with your goals.
Hope you all had a good day.
Drake is currently hosting the ESPY’s and he is absolutely killing it! Earlier in the show Drake performed some new comedic songs including “Honorable Mention” and “Side Pieces”.
This is from last night and these two songs were golden.
“Where are all my side pieces? Let me see you wave your hands.”
After reading Thor: God of Thunder, I’d ride with Jason Aaron & Esad Ribic into Ragnarök.
Today is #throwbackthursday
The conk (derived from congolene, a hair straightener gel made from lye) was a hairstyle popular among African-American men from the 1920s to the 1960s. This hairstyle called for a man with naturally “kinky” hair to have it chemically straightened using a relaxer (sometimes the pure corrosive chemical lye), so that the newly straightened hair could be styled in specific ways.
Often, the relaxer was made at home, by mixing lye, eggs, and potatoes, the applier having to wear gloves and the receiver’s head having to be rinsed thoroughly after application to avoid chemical burns. Conks were often styled as large pompadours although other men chose to simply slick their straightened hair back, allowing it to lie flat on their heads.
Many of the popular musicians of the early to mid 20th century, including Chuck Berry, Louis Jordan, Little Richard, James Brown, and the members of The Temptations and The Miracles, were well known for sporting the conk hairstyle.
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