I have tuned into a realm of the mind in which visual compartments appear as choices, and I all I have to do is choose. I perceive that when individuals seek to dig deep, there is a locus of pain and distinct rhythm that emerges and morphs into a celebration of the mental images and their reverberations. That is okay.Read More
Well, it’s the end of January. It’s time to check in with your New Year’s resolutions, right? Millions of individuals who respond to life on traditional autopilot make pacts and set personal goals on the spot when the urgent almighty New Year’s siren call suddenly rings a bell out of the blue.Read More
We know that caffeine helps us to wake up in the morning, which is a common reason for consuming it. It’s jump-starting our metabolism. Boosting your metabolism also means burning more fat (provided that you aren’t piling your coffees full of sugar and fatty milk) and more available energy.
Fear is the killer. The neat fences that box in play-it-safers are trapping the minds of brilliant individuals and emerging voices that are stifled and rooted in belief systems that are crippling their individual existence along with the lives of individuals that long for their greatness.Read More
We often come across people who seem to be able to interact and hold themselves in every situation without breaking a sweat. Public speakers, actors, sales people all seem to share the same trait in common, confidence. It is rather interesting to study the differences in personality of how some people are simply able to blend and handle any situation they are thrust in.Read More
Twitch.tv was purchased by Amazon for $970,000,000 in 2014. That's nearly a billion dollars, if you aren't into interpreting zeroes. Odds are if you aren't a gamer, you don't really know why. If you find yourself in that camp, stick around. I'm going to give you several reasons why you should be interested in what Twitch is, even if you never play video games and you never intend to.Read More
I've traded stocks in Grand Theft Auto, farmed vegetables in Harvest Moon, and herded cattle in Red Dead Redemption. In real life these are chores at best.
But what is a chore in real life becomes incredibly satisfying on the timeline of a video game, where visible results are immediate and encouraging. This is how fitness games work. They're great motivators for when your body isn't sending you the rapid results you are hoping for.
We never simply lift with our biceps, and then lift our backs to stand straight up, and then push up with our legs to lift a box, in stilted, separate motions, as we might if we tried to isolate muscle groups in our daily actions.
Functional Fitness or Functional Strength addresses this disparity by using full body exercises rather than exercises that focus on one muscle group.Read More
Your metabolism is the key component in getting your body to lose or gain any reasonable amount of weight, and sometimes even when you are doing nearly everything right, it takes a while for your body to change the way it intakes and processes energy.Read More