Anonymous asked: Hello~ Have you watched the documentary called "Fat Head"? It's on netflix and it may help you understand the whole "saturated fats" issue a little more if you're interested.
I have not, but I will definitely check that out! Thank you!
Anonymous asked: bby girl, i dont know if you need to hear this right and if you don't, i apologize. you are truly inspirational to me - you are hilarious, determined, and smart and I adore reading your blog. If I miss your posts on my dash, I always make sure to come and read what you write. I don't now if that means anything, but I just wanted you to know that I'm rooting for you. Luck. <3
Whoever you are, I hope you know this meant so much to me. <3
Anonymous asked: how board are you? I saw answer them all
… *blink blink*
Anonymous asked: what is your personal blog. congrats on 1k!
Thank you! :)
It’s very different from what I post on here. :)
Anonymous asked: Have you ever been a part of the 'heel ties the face up in the ring ropes/restrains them to them some way' spot? Which side were you on and was it an awkward spot to work? If you haven't would you take part and do you think it would be kind of awkward to work it?
I have definitely never taken part in that…. yet. I’m not ruling that out though, obviously haha. I’d prefer to be the one tying someone up. I honestly don’t think it’s awkward, I’d probably have fun working something like that. It’d probably draw a lot of heat. I think the only people that would find it awkward, are those who are “omg wrestlers guys in tights gheyyyyyyy” idiots. I mean, it could be done incorrectly and not look as good as it could… But I’ve seen some amazing spots using this.
Anonymous asked: What would your ideal wrestling outfit look like?
Eeee more wrestling questions.
I actually have a design drawn out that I’ve been (VERY SLOWLY) working on. It’s very similar to the style Sara Del Rey wore.
However, the cut-outs on mine are higher and focus more on the under-cup/rib cage area because that’s where I’m a bit thinner. The shorts are also longer, and it’s not a one piece. It has a belt on the shorts though that make it look that way. And obviously, the color combination is very different. Black and metallic animal print (or just a bright metallic solid color) solo gear, black and white manager gear.
I take a little bit away from Dolph Ziggler’s ring gear, won’t lie.
Anonymous asked: Would you rather work as a face or a heel? Why?
Now see, this is honestly a tough question and part of it depends on how I’m being booked… But regardless, I prefer working as a heel. For a very simple reason. I can say this honestly, 99% of the time I am too frigging nice to people that don’t deserve it. It’s nice to pretend to be an asshole, and I’m surprisingly very good at it.
So, heel it is.
Anonymous asked: I have asked you before so this is probably a pain but I get confused with this weight loss thing. I am on MFP and it says my goal is to eat 1200 calories a day but I am not losing any weight I don't work out if I only eat 1200 since then I don't think I'd have enough calories in my system. Might be wrong? I think once before you said 1200 is kind of low. So should I eat like 1500 and work off some? I am lost.
Hi there! No pain at all, I understand. I was super confused in the beginning. First things first, MFP’s preset setting is wrong. Nobody needs to only eat 1,200 calories a day. Even if you didn’t exercise, your daily expenditure (like walking, cooking, and just moving) would knock your calories even lower. You need to eat more than 1,200, regardless of anything. Honestly, I suggest 1,500 as a starting number. If you exercise off 250, you need to eat it back to have a total net calorie of 1,500. Watch how your body reacts. If you start to gain weight, you can knock it down to 1,400 and continue to do the same thing. Just do not go back to 1,200. It is not a safe number for anyone, and I wanna smack anyone who thinks 1,200 IS a magic number. To change your calories on MFP, on your homepage click “Goals” and you can change your calorie counts and macros. Remember, eating too little can make you not lose any weight/gain weight just like eating too much! I hope this helps you out better than my last answer did!
Anonymous asked: Hi! I've been trying to lose fat recently by changing my lifestyle and I've come across a huge block: eating. I calculated the amount of calories I need to take in to lose weight and I got 1500. At first I thought it would be easy, but as it turns out, it's far from it. I have a hard time getting to my goal and I often end up under eating. I only eat when I'm hungry and I don't really like snacking in between meals. I don't want to force myself to eat but I also don't want to under eat. Advice?
Hi there! Congrats on the lifestyle change. :) As for the eating, I totally understand that. I used to have the same problem in the beginning. Stupidly, I thought 1,200 was the magic number and forgot to factor in calories burned during exercise and I was under-eating very often. I found little ways to add more calories in, without doing damage. Eat a spoonful of peanut butter with each meal (a measured spoonful obviously). Or if you don’t like snacking between meals, eat the PB then. It’s not really snacking, it’s a quick bite and adds tons of calories and good fats to your diet. :) Sometimes eating a bigger breakfast also helps me with it. I can usually eat quite a bit for my first meal, and then tapering off through-out the day. Most of all, don’t panic if you’re 100 or 200 calories under sometimes… or even if you manage to go over. We all have days when we under-eat, and we all have days when we over-eat (I know I did today). Good luck, I hope you’re able to finally hit your calorie goal!
Anonymous asked: Do you have any websites or stores you like to buy work out clothes from? I just started from walking to jogging/running and I have a slightly big chest (D cup) and I literally CAN'T do anything like jump rope, running, jumping jacks. I spent around $50 for a champion high impact bra and it's better than others I've used but still can't run.
Actually, I don’t. Luckily, I have a very small chest and started with a medium sized chest (C to a B), so I never had that issue and was able to just buy a few at Walmart which have worked very well. However, I did do some research on sports bras for larger chests and found out about the Moving Comfort Fiona bra, which had the following review:
“The Fiona sports bra is extremely comfortable and supportive, without feeling too bulky. Another plus is that it’s a back-closure bra, which means you don’t have to pull it over your head to get it on and off. Any woman who has had a wrestling match in an attempt to remove a sweaty sports bra can appreciate that feature. But, according to our testers, where the Fiona sports bra really excels is its supportive fit and good coverage.”
I’m seeing it available online for as low as 26 dollars, and as high as 46 dollars. Moving Comfort also has a Maia bra, and Juno bra depending on the amount of coverage and support you’re looking for. So I suggest checking out the Moving Comfort brand. I hope you find something that helps you out! My cousin has DD’s, and back when she was trying to exercise, she had to wear TWO bras and I know it sucked.
Anonymous asked: that is a LOT of eyeliner
You didn’t have to be anon to tell me I had a lot of eyeliner on.
I know I had a lot on.
Not to mention, it looks like a lot more because of the angle.
Anonymous asked: I finally figured out who it is you resemble: Scarlett Johansson! Seriously. Go look at a photograph of her and look at yourself in the mirror. You two look alike.
Tonight is KATE ANSWERS EVERYTHING WITH PICTURES NIGHT.
Thank you anon!! :D I have heard that before actually, but I thought my friends were just being nice lmfao.
Anonymous asked: So just had to say your totally awesome. I think the fact you keep going keeps me going. I am doing this anonymously because too embarrassed to give my name but I lost 78lbs over the last year and now I'm stuck. I haven't gained but haven't lost anymore and I have to ask why I keep trying but it's because I have more to go. I don't know if I'll ever be as small as you but you look amazing and is something to work for
Anon, this is so cool of you to do and super inspiring. 78 pounds is SUCH an amazing feat! After the day I’ve had, hearing this meant so much to me. Thank you so much! If you ever want to come off anon (and considering you have a blog), I’ll definitely follow you and keep up with your journey! Don’t give up, you’re only halfway through this race and we both know you want to reach the finish line! :)
Anonymous asked: hey quadzilla (i like that name btw) any tip to trim inches off the hips? I am losing inches on my waist - 2 inches in the past month but my hips have stayed the same
And I definitely giggled, why thank you. I wish I could live up to my awesome name and give some awesome super-sweet tip, but sadly I can’t. Trimming inches off any body part requires a loss of overall body fat. You can do exercises targeted at the area around your hips, but to lose inches… Well, you gotta lose body fat. Add extra cardio in (30 minutes 5x a week is a good start, you can do more or less if you want though), start cutting extra processed and super sugary foods out, and drink lots of water. Some moves to target around your hips are hip raises and side kicks. I can honestly say it’s been hard for me to lose much off my hips… I think in the last year and a half, I’ve only dropped 4 or 5 inches. Unfortunately, our bodies like to decide we need more fat around our hips (considering you are a female) in case we decide to have babies.
I hope some of this helps!
Anonymous asked: So, you actually wrestle? You don't look like a typical wrestler girl lol ;) Not a diss at all, you look great, just curious!
Awwww lol thank you! … I hope lmao. Yeah, I actually do. I’m about to start with two new promotions very soon, I’m super excited! :)
My name is Kate.
I'm a 22 year old professional wrestler just getting her start.
This blog is my journey to drop the extra pounds I'm packing around, and a small glance inside of the professional wrestling business.
This here is what you call domination, it's a combination of skills and concentration.
Height: 5'5 1/2
CW: No idea.