Y’all call these festival braids, but I’ve been rocking this since I was a kid. Literally.
First, they’re just dutch braids with colored extensions. Not a revolutionary thing.
Second, at any big ice skating competition - we used to get our hair braided and instead of colored extensions, we got colored ribbon to match our outfits.
Also, you really do need to get this cereal.
There’s no real point to this post lmao Have a good Monday friends
From Frank’s website:
My earliest exposure to protein supplements was Hoffman’s Super High Protein tablets I took when I was 15 years old. I’d saved up to buy them and started taking 10 pills a day when, after a week, I started breaking out in boils. This wasn’t what I paid for so I stopped. Then came Fearn’s Soy Protein in the 1960. It was inexpensive and it worked but it wasn’t the best. I was teaching school in Pennsylvania where there were dairies and I could buy raw milk which I’d mix with the protein. It gave me mucous in the upper respiratory tract so after I left Pa., I
stopped using it.
Then came Blair’s Protein in the late 1960s. I read in Iron Man Magazine that my idol Larry Scott was on the Rheo Blair protein and cream diet. I had to try it and when I got to California summer 1969 I found a regular supply in Arnold’s cupboard. It was rumored that Sergio Olivia was using it too.
We’d have a protein drink, rest an hour and then work out at Gold’s Gym getting an amazing pump. Blair’s was a milk and egg protein, the highest biological value proteins. I grew muscle from it, but did not become more defined, not until I dropped the protein drinks and supplemented with free form amino acids. I did this the last month before competition.