In case you haven’t seen them yet, the TNA Television Champion Robbie E. has a series of “bro blogs” titled Blowouts, Blings, and Other Things exclusively posted at Spike.com. The latest bro blog focuses on Robbie E.’s take on fitness in today’s society.
When you look past the gimmick, it’s actually a very relevant discussion regarding the obesity epidemic setting in on today’s youth. You can read the entire bro blog below or head over to Spike.com to read this entry and search around for Robbie E.’s prior entries. Enjoy!
Its been another week, my dudes, which means it is time for another edition of the #BroBlog. Blowouts, Blings and Other Things is back for the 4th week, bro!! Remember, if you have anything you would like to hear my view on, bro, shoot a tweet to @RobbieEIMPACT and you never know…
This week I am going to talk about the difference between the way kids acted when I was growing up compared to now. This is actually a topic someone tweeted me, asking my views on. Even though I’m still pretty young (as you can tell, bro) there is still a major difference from the mid 90s to the year 2012.
The main difference is dudes just sit around and play video games all day. I mean, when I was a kid I played video games, but I also liked going out and riding my bike or playing games with my dudes, anything to get out of my house, boss. Now kids think they are fit from playing Wii? Come on… really?
Do you think you are gonna grow up looking like the greatest IMPACT WRESTLING Television Champion of all time, Robbie E, by playing Wii to stay fit? Do you think you are gonna grow muscles, get girls, and be tan from laying around watching TV all day? Dudes, you think that’s what Bigger Robbie T did?
Parents need to get on their kids to get outside, stay fit, and experience things rather than just read about them on the Internet, bro. When I have a few mini bros and bro-ettes running around my crib they are gonna be playing outside regularly for sure, my dude. Obesity is at an all time high and it’s because kids choose not to participate in physical activity, not because they are incapable. So it’s the parent’s job to make a change, man. Even that hamster Eric Young and his stupid girlfriend ODB are pretty fit.
Anyway, time to start getting ready to hit the club… Wednesday nights out are one of my favorites… old chicks. Wish me luck! Wait, I don’t need luck.
Till next week…OH!…YOU AIN’T ON THE LIST BRO!!!!!
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