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So Michael and Lindsey now have a baby : roosterteeth

So Michael and Lindsey now have a baby : roosterteeth

Introducing, a collage thing of MC Youtuber intros!Thanks to everyone who helped me out and sent in a bunch of them!I swear Annie ships Merome more than any of us. And Pete is literally one of us@vengelfe@PeteZahHuttEnchanted Oasis photoReblog if you post/reblog any of the following:BajanCanadian AsfJeromeSsundee SkydoesminecraftMinecraftUniverse HuskyMudkipzVengelfe CaptainSparklezMunchingBrotatoSetoSorcerer Prestonplayz GoldSolaceAnd Ill check out you blog and might follow you! Just doing this because I need more Youtubers on my dash ^-^Did I ever upload these? If so, here you go againWAHT.Rpg-inspired art for The Pixel Pact.Mitty the HealerNyan the MageAnnie the ArcherYammy the ThiefLizzie the WarriorEnjoy!friendly reminder that munchingbrotato agreed to marry me on twitter and vengelfe agreed to be the maid of honorNew vengelfe doodle ‘cause she’s a cutie with her new hair uwuWanted to draw The Pixel Pactbut i also wanted to draw fancy dresses. So i did bothi swear i will finish this even if its the last thing i do.This took a while, but I’m happy with the resultI CANT DEAL WITH ALL THIS EXCITEMENT AHHDid Annie tell us that she ships MashleyAnnie is just the cutestSetting up for some head anon AU cause this is too much funDay 11: Youtubers you want to meetAll these gorgeous people.Mitty in WonderlandBassed on Mitty’s new bunny garden. I hope to finish these when i can



aron3323 asks As the 24-year-old tight end for the San Francisco 49ers, Vernon Davis knows he has to keep his body in top-notch form. With high-intensity pre-season training and his NFL career making his physical well-being his number one priority, it's not surprising that Vernon Davis has a body most men strive for when they hit the gym. Vernon Davis began his athletic career in high school at Dunbar High School in Washington, D.C., where he participated in track and field, basketball and football. While he succeeded in all three, he excelled in football and chose to purse his love of the sport as he continued through his education. College was also when Vernon Davis set strength records for bench press, index, squat, and power-cleans. Finishing his college career with 1,371 yards on 81 receptions meant that Davis graduated not only with high hopes for the NFL, but also one of the best averages of any first-round tight end. Vernon Davis was on his way to greatness. Looking at Vernon Davis' build now, it definitely makes you sit up and take notice. His power, strength and agility haven’t come easily though; behind his healthy exterior is a lot of work and careful training.   We had a chance to chat with Vernon Davis about his training and diet strategies.   I just followed my heart. Additionally, I was having a lot of success with football, so I decided that that would be the sport I should focus on. During college, you made some remarkable achievements as far as strength is concerned: bench-pressing 465 pounds, power-cleaning 365 pounds and squatting 685 pounds. At what age did you get involved with weight training, and was this strength something that you developed fairly easily? I believe that strength is something that does run in my genetics, so I took advantage of this opportunity to grow even stronger by lifting weights regularly. It’s really a combination of good genes and hard work that’s brought me to where I am today. To recover from workouts I typically drink a 20-gram protein shake, float in the pool for 15 minutes, then do a hot-and-cold tub contrast soak. Is your gym training cycled throughout the year? Or are you focusing on similar goals all year round? Usually, I train heavier during the off-season because during the on-season I really want to focus on injury prevention workouts. Specifically looking at your current workouts, how many days a week are you in the gym and what types of body-part split do you use? (Full body, upper/lower, etc). I usually work out three days a week — Monday, Wednesday and Friday — focusing on mostly upper-body work. I incorporate resistance bands quite frequently, which I feel has gotten me really good results. No, I don’t lift until I am exhausted.  Can you provide us with the list of exercises that are currently included in your weight-lifting program? Of these exercises, which do you feel has enhanced your football performance the most? I think the two exercises that have helped me the most include using the bands with my ankles, and then another one of my favorites is where I lean on a balloon-shaped ball with my forehead touching it and rotate my head front, back and sideways to build up the muscles and ligaments in my neck. Vernon Davis has a few more tips on training hard and getting that physique you've always wanted...





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