Biggest Cock & Rudest Loser 2, Week 5

The 4th week of Biggest Cock & Rudest Loser has drawn to a close.  We started the contest with 18 contestants, and now we’re down to 12.  Congratulations to everyone who has made it this far!  This week we asked each of our contestants about their exercise habits. Here’s what they had to say:


DOCTOR AND THE BUNNYMAN Mel & John


John: I can’t believe we are at week five already.  January was such a blur for me.  I didn’t work out as much as I would have liked to, but I have gotten into a routine.  The plan was to get up early and ride my stationary bike for 20 minutes before work and do the same when I get home at night.  I also planned to do push-ups and squats in the evening three times per week.  I haven’t followed this plan as closely as I would have liked, but am averaging working out 3-4 days per week.

Mel: I have to say that I haven’t been doing as much exercise as I would like during this competition. I’m still having some lingering effects from running injuries last fall, plus the past month has been a busy one at work, which is where I get in most of my workout time during the winter months. I do still try to do some brisk walking on the treadmill at work when I have a chance, though. Otherwise, my photo should give you a clue as to the other main aerobic activity I’ve been engaging in this month. Since I live an hour away from work in good weather, I stayed with friends closer to work for this latest storm. As emergency personnel, I don’t get the luxury of a snow day, so I’ll be digging out of this one, as well. I just won’t have to drive quite as far.


GINGY & THE HAT Adam & Mr. Sombrero


Mr. Sombrero: Mr Sombrero hates snow and winter in general. But this week, Madre Nature gave me plenty of opportunities for exercising. I was shoveling snow on three occasions, scraping ice off my car on two occasions and walking on ice pretty much every day. Who cares about not going to the gym.

Adam: I don’t really work out, but I try to be as active as possible. At work, I always park my car in the farthest parking spot from the building. I always take the stairs. Sometimes I help my landlord shovel the snow. But that’s about it. Maybe I’ll join a gym… or maybe I’ll just lay on the couch and watch American Idol.


THE JAILHOUSE LAWYERS Jere & Polt


Jere: Well, I already had a pretty good exercise program prior to the contest, but it got all screwed up with the holiday and travel and stuff. So I’m mostly trying to get back into my routine. And starting this week I’ll be in weekly dance rehearsals for our school musical.

Polt: My exercising routine is more of a not-exercising routine. I try to walk a little bit each day. And that’s pretty much it. And when it comes to exercise, I try to follow the following: Something is better than nothing, more is better than less. In other words, a walk around the block is better than sitting on my fat ass on the couch, and two trips around the block are better than one. It may not sound like much, and it in fact is NOT much, but…something is better than nothing!


TEAM COLON BLOW Paul & FDot


Paul: I have not been working out, while I know I need to I am not a fan of just working out for the sake of working out, I am more likely to enjoy physical activity that has a purpose. This past weekend I went into the basement and put together a whole bunch of stuff that was donated to some charity that work had put together. I also have many projects that need to be done around the house that will involve a lot of ladder climbing and lifting, now if Old Man Winter would stop making everyone his bitch I can get the ladder out of the garage and get started.

FDot: I’m sort of coming to the end of that stage where you can just lose weight while eating less and watching more TV.  It does appear that, to continue losing weight, I will have to engage in some sort of exercise routine.  So I’ve raided my mother’s back catalogue of VHS tapes.  ABS of steel?  Nah, already have those when I’m dreaming.  Jane Fonda?  Hanoi Jane isn’t teaching me anything.  Finally, I managed to find the perfect fit for me. Now I can lose more weight with the added side effect of becoming abnormally perky.  I’ll be all sunshine and lollipops in a week!


TEAM MUSHY CUPCAKE Mush & Ryan


Mush: I ride my bike for transportation; I probably clock around six miles a week (it’s a small town). I was doing the 100 Pushups program but I blew it off. Actually, now that I think about it, since I got this stupid cold I haven’t really been thinking about exercise at all. I’ve never been the type to exercise; I’d rather drink vodka and watch old episodes of Star Trek.

Ryan: I was doing yoga in the mornings semi-regularly at the beginning, but lately I’ve found it hard to get out of bed in time to do it before work. However, I have been doing a lot of walking. I walk to work every day and have started taking longer walks on the weekends.


TYLER-EXIA & BULI-MIKEY Mikey & Ty


Mikey: I don’t like exercise.  But the feeling is mutual.  Whenever I do strenuous non-pleasurable activities I break out in hives.  Well not really, but I do have asthma attacks that sound really really lethal.  I have however found that the icy sidewalks in NYC have made me far more likely to do a triple lutz by accident and as we know, ice skating is a sport.  So I’m counting that.

Ty: I’ve been saying since Week 1 that exercise will be my ticket to victory.  But I haven’t actually done any.  This is inexcusable.  There’s a small, but functional gym in the basement of my building, thus refuting any claim that the gym is too far/expensive/intimidating.  I sleep better and have more energy when I work out.  Most importantly, exercise (especially some good cardio) frees up calories to spend on my two favorite pastimes, eating and drinking. So will I break the bonds of inertia and get off my butt this week?  (Hint: Probably not.)  But tune in next week anyway!


How did our teams do in the first week? It’s time to find out!
We’ve added the total percentages for each team.  Here are the results:


And now it’s time to eliminate a team! Here’s how it works: just like American Idol, you vote for the team that you want to save. The team with the least votes will be eliminated. Polls close around Noon (EST) on Saturday.

 


Talk it out in the comments.  It’ll make you feel better.
And look for the 4th elimination results on Sunday!

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17 thoughts on “Biggest Cock & Rudest Loser 2, Week 5”

  1. I wish I liked exercise. I’m gonna sign up for a yoga class (and pay in advance so that I actually go to the fucking thing) and ride my bike more and actually go to the walking group thing this Saturday.

  2. Bah, this being in the bottom three thing sucks. Of course, at least my weight went down some this week, but maybe I will have to fall back on the Fiber One and Milk of Mag idea, after all.

  3. I was going tot give Fdot my vote for sharing that awesome video, but he’s not in the bottom three. So I decided to be fair and give my vote to the team that lost the most weight in the bottom 3, The Jailhouse Lawyers.

  4. Wow, Team Mushy Cupcake are a power house. Congrats to all the losers (winners?) and I’m sorry to see someone go yet again. Keep up the great work guys. I’ve stalled out and being in three days of meetings with muffins, cookies, huge hot lunches (all free) is not helping. Obviously I could not eat it but come on, it’s free. When you get something from the government for free you take advantage of it.

  5. Team Mushy Cupcake is a real powerhouse! And they were in the bottom three during the first week! Way to go…I have a feeling my past two weeks of hanging out at the bottom are going to result in an elimination. just in time for vacation!

  6. I know I’ve lost some weight, but not that big of a percentage. Paul must look like an anorexic waif at this point.

    I’d prefer to lose weight by dancing than by Jazzercising, but I can’t dance…too Caucasian.

  7. I have got plenty of more weight to loose, when I get to about 40% then worry about me being anorexic.

    Falling off a ladder in low resolution black & white still hurts 😦

  8. I just upped my exercise goals. I also just realized that losing weight means that my commute will contribute less and less to my workout goals.

  9. But, FDot, you’re gay, and isn’t dancing on he gay gene? Along with flower arranging, antiquing, and interior designing.

    Shake shake shake, shake your booty, shake your BOO-ty!!!!

    HUGS….

  10. Paul, I suppose I should call you right now then, eh? No, actually, i don’t dance like that. It’s actually more like this when I dance:

    HUGS….

  11. “That’s a honey bun right there. When you cut that you gone be cryin for days.”

    BWAHAHAHAHHAHAAHAHH!!!!

    I wanna nominate this for one of Josh’s Monday Muses!!!!!

    HUGS….

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