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Monday, July 29, 2019

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Tuesday, July 23, 2019

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Friday, July 19, 2019

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The Rock Almighty Devotional, Praise, and Worship with Galactic Cowboys

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But the Comforter (Counselor, Helper, Intercessor, Advocate, Strengthener, Standby), the Holy Spirit, Whom the Father will send in My name [in My place, to represent Me and act on My behalf], He will teach you all things. And He will cause you to recall (will remind you of, bring to your remembrance) everything I have told you(John 14:26, AMPC).

The Holy Spirit comforts us when we’re hurting, counsels us when we’re confused, strengthens us when we’re weak, and stands ready to help us when we get in trouble. We can’t possibly be successful without a relationship with Him.

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Munroe Global Feauturing: The Purpose Power & Person of the Holy Spirit Part 3 | Dr. Myles Munroe

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Dr. Myles Munroe explains how the Holy Spirit is the Governor of God’s kingdom on earth, much as royal governors administered the will of earthly kings in their territories. Under the guidance and enabling of the Holy Spirit, you can learn how to being order to the chaos in your life, receive God’s power to heal and deliver, fulfill your true purpose with joy, be a leader in your sphere of influence, and be part of God’s government on earth. Receive the fullness of God’s Spirit and enter into God’s purpose and power of your life today.

No Hard Hearts

2 Chronicles 16:9

The Pharisees had a heart condition that grieved Jesus. Their hearts were hard and insensitive. If you'll look in Mark 3, you'll see what I'm talking about.
God was right there in their midst, and they, of all people, should have realized it. They knew the Scriptures backward and forward, and Jesus fit every messianic prophecy written there. But the insensitivity of their hearts literally blinded them to who He was.
The hearts of the Pharisees were also hardened to the needs of the people around them.
That very same thing is still happening today.
Just think again about what those Pharisees were doing. They were:
1. Criticizing the minister of God.
2. Protecting their religious traditions instead of obeying the Word of God.
3. Worrying about their own welfare rather than that of those around them.
Have you ever known any believers who fit that description? Sure you have! In fact, every one of us has done those things at some time in our lives.
Every one of us, to one degree or another, has fallen prey to the same mistake the Pharisees did. We've gotten so caught up in doing and saying all the "right" things that we've let the tender warmth of God's love inside us grow cold.
I know that's true because if it weren't, we'd be seeing tremendous moves of God among us. We'd be seeing revival on every corner.
That's what God longs to do. God longs to pour out His Spirit in supernatural power and abundance through His Church. But we've developed a heart condition that's holding Him back.
Today if you are desiring an outpouring of the Holy Spirit in your life and the manifestation of His power in your church, check the condition of your heart. If you find any hardness there, repent and ask God to change you. Ask Him to give you the kind of heart that will allow Him to show Himself strong on your behalf.

Scripture Reading:
Mark 3:1-6

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Thursday, July 18, 2019

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5 Ways To Overcome Injuries And Reach Your Goals

In this article, Team Beast athlete Steve Gentili dives in on how to overcome injuries to reach your goals.

Injuries can be an embarrassing part of strength sports and extreme bodybuilding. We have to admit to ourselves that we are, in fact, actually human. Unfortunately, when it comes to pushing yourself to the absolute limit, itʼs not if you get hurt, itʼs when.
For most athletes, the injuries are manageable: strained muscle, aches and pains from not recovering. Most are nothing debilitating, and most serious athletes get ahead of the issues before it gets serious with massage, physical therapy, ice, heat treatments and a plethora of other modalities if they think it can help.
Whether the injury is serious or not, there are some things you can do to minimize losing progress at the gym, maximize the recovery process and potentially shorten the time off. You always want to work with medical professionals and listen to their advice as well. I always seek out the best in the field in my area, but there are things you can do on your own.
Hereʼs 5 tips to focus on while going through an injury.
This should be an athlete's main concern, but especially if time is going to be spent away from the gym and we canʼt be as flexible with food choices. We want nutrient dense foods, and, usually if activities are limited, to reduce overall caloric intake.
Yes, you will lose some weight, but for most injuries, losing a few pounds can help with recovery. You're not actually losing muscle mass, just volume size. Itʼs a far better alternative than slapping on a bunch of bodyfat. With all the protein needed to recover from injuries, I always use BCAA 2:1:1 or Aminolytes throughout the day in the acute stages of the injury along with Beast Protein at night. You have to fuel the body for recovery.
You want to minimize any amount of atrophy you can, so wort the muscles you can without causing any more injury to the damaged area. You want to be disciplined in the sense of not being over enthusiastic and re-injuring yourself, but also not avoiding all exercise and using injuries as an excuse.
Thereʼs a difference between pain and therapeutic discomfort, and youʼll be the only one to really know. Remember, this is more of a maintenance phase. You're not trying to set PRs, but every injury is different. I live by the motto, “do what you can, when you can."
So many people allow injuries to drag them down into depression. Itʼs important to remember that your mind is your biggest advocate, but also your worst enemy. Your recovery will only be as limited as you believe it will be. The honest truth is some injuries are so bad that you will never be the same. But people who are determined to accomplishment something find a way, even if it was different than what was originally intended.
While injured, the most important thing you can do is allow a full recovery. Sleep, along with diet (and water intake), are top priorities for recovery. You canʼt keep up the same intensity you had prior to the injury, and rest is not going to slow your progress down. After surgeries, I sleep 8-10 hours per night, plus naps throughout the day. Your body wants to heal and the best way to do that is sleep.
Serious injuries can make people reevaluate a lot of priorities. You go from being the best, in-shape version of yourself to needing help for basically everything. Itʼs a surreal and very humbling experience.
Itʼs easy to walk away from what hurt you, but to me thatʼs never been an option. I refuse to be beaten by an injury. I knew the risks before I started my journey as a powerlifter so I accepted that injuries could come at anytime. But I always remain focused on the things that motivated me from the beginning. Iʼll stop competing one day, but it will be because Iʼm ready to walk away - not because Iʼm scared to keep pushing myself.

The Truth About Cancer - The Politics of Cancer - The Science of Cancer Therapy (Part 1)

In Part 1 of his presentation, G. Edward Griffin talks about the science and politics of cancer therapies. Many orthodox western doctors believe that cancer is a lump or bump. If they can cut, burn, or poison the cancer away, then they’re happy. But the lump is simply a sign that something has gone wrong in the body.

 According to Mr. Griffin, cancer is a natural thing that everyone has. When the healing process goes awry, we call it cancer. But what if simple life changes are the key to preventing cancer from manifesting in the body?

 Be sure to watch the entire video to learn about the trophoblastic thesis, and how cancer is simply a problem within our natural healing processes. Discover how cancer is not caused by something, but rather the lack of something. Discover how immune function and diet may be the key to treating and beating cancer. Cancer – even in late stages – can be reversed with the right diet. Watch all the way through and stay tuned for parts 2 and 3 of this life-changing presentation.

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Borderline Personality Disorder

By Taschant Esceith

(Parental guidance is advised for this article)

Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is sometimes misdiagnosed because other conditions, overlapping with BPD, can confuse the manifestation of this illness. BPD is an intricate condition and can leave the sufferer and family members bewildered if not diagnosed properly. The difficulty with diagnosing BPD is that, not all the symptoms are always present, and one would generally place the focus on the symptoms currently causing disturbance in the person’s life (e.g. depression). The symptoms of BPD can change frequently (rapid cycling), and can also last for months. BPD generally has nine symptoms which can manifest themselves in various ways, and at different intervals in a person’s life. To be diagnosed with BPD one needs at least five of the nine symptoms (not all BPD's experience them in the same way):


A borderline finds it difficult to self-soothe when they are alone during times when their mind torments them, causing them to feel abandoned. They also fear being abandoned during times when they are anxious. Perceived abandonment can lead to impulsive, explosive behaviours due to their intense inner turmoil.


Splitting is a psychological term characterized by the alternation between extremes of idealization and devaluation. When a borderline idealizes someone they can’t remember the bad things. When they devalue the person, they can’t remember the good things. Splitting causes emotional pain and confusion and can result in drastic reactions. It is an automatic self-defense mechanism that borderlines subconsciously use to protect themselves. If their partner breaks up with them, their mind may split their partner as "completely bad", remembering all the bad things they ever did to them, or said to them, because if all the positive memories of the person are forgotten in that moment, the breakup doesn’t feel so bad. The problem is that their mind later switches back to idealization, and then it hits them, creating the biggest loss ever, instead of a realistic view. Splitting is not always used to protect themselves. It can also be triggered if they see something they don’t like in a person or if their needs aren’t being met.


Borderlines don’t always know who they are, or where they belong. They may run away or make frequent changes in their life because they feel they are in the wrong place, wrong job or wrong relationship. It can also lead to changing of goals. Co-occurring disorders within this category may include other personality disorders.


Borderlines may struggle with behaviours such as reckless driving, spending sprees, binge eating, anger outbursts, fits of rage, frequent moving, running away, ending relationships abruptly, quitting jobs without notice or drug and alcohol abuse. Co-occurring disorders within this category may include addictive disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, bipolar disorder and eating disorders.


Borderlines tend to self-harm to relieve intense emotional pain/anger, or to feel something when they feel emotionally numb. When their soul is in complete turmoil, and the darkness surrounds them from all sides, due to the splitting their own life and sense of self, death seems like the only escape, leading to the risk of suicide. (If you feel suicidal always seek professional help).


Borderlines struggle with intense emotions, mood swings and dysphoric mental states. They sometimes need someone to comfort them and make them feel that everything is "okay", because their own mind is not able in the midst of torment, but since people don’t know how to deal with these symptoms, they don’t receive the comfort they need, leading to reckless behaviours. Co-occurring disorders within this category may include bipolar disorder, depression or anxiety disorders:

"Among borderline personality disorder inpatients, 88% meet criteria for a lifetime anxiety disorder, including PTSD (56%), panic disorder (48%), social anxiety disorder (46%), specific phobia (32%), obsessive compulsive disorder (16%), generalized anxiety disorder (14%), and agoraphobia (12%)... Anxiety disorders are more prevalent among borderline personality disorder patients than other clinical populations." (


A deep, dark void may drive them to hunt for love, intimacy, drugs, alcohol, emotional stimulation or entertainment, hoping to find relief. Sometimes they hate being alone, other times they shut the world out.


Their anger is highly intense and may lead to self-harm, suicidal behaviour, reckless driving, substance abuse, etc.


Dissociation can be experienced in various ways:

• Depersonalisation ~ They feel detached from themselves or completely numb and emotionless.

• Derealisation ~ They feel detached from the world (e.g. compared to their intensity they may feel the world lacks emotional depth and colouring and because of it they may struggle to connect with people on a level that is satisfying).

• Amnesia ~ They may be confused about days and time, experience memory loss and forget details.

Episodes can be triggered by various factors (e.g. arguments, loss, stress, breakups, recent changes, perceived failures, cognitive distortions, etc.). Neurotransmitter imbalances may also be responsible. There is also evidence to believe that BPD is related to a seizure disorder, affecting the emotional parts of the brain. If you, or someone you know, are struggling with BPD symptoms, free self-help material is available at Taschant Esceith 

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Is 'Rotation Training' Hurting Your Performance? aka "Is Rotation Even A Good Idea?"

Michael Boyle - June 13, 2019
* This article was originally posted on the site in 2006, but we are posting it again as a StrengthCoach Classic to serve as a refresher and so newer members can see it.

Many athletes and trainers are using 'rotational flexibility' exercises in their programs - but is it really helping performance or could it be the cause of more injuries?
Over the past decade training has clearly moved from a sagittal plane orientation to an emphasis on unilateral training and multi-planar training. Part of this process, particularly for athletes, has been a push toward developing flexibility in rotation. Any athlete competing in a sport that required rotation, like baseball, hockey or golf, was blindly urged to develop more flexibility in rotation. Like many performance coaches, I fell victim to this same flawed concept. I was one of the lemmings that I dislike so much, blindly following the recommendations of others and using exercises that I would now consider questionable or dangerous. Interestingly enough, as a back pain sufferer, I simply wrote off my discomfort as age-related and continued to perform rotary stretches and dynamic warm-up exercises.
Reading the work of physical therapist Shirley Sahrmann made me reconsider my position and eventually eliminate a whole group of stretches and dynamic warm-up exercises that were once staples of our programs. Sahrmann in her book Diagnosis and Treatment of Movement Impairment Syndromes, states "during most daily activities, the primary role of the abdominal muscles is to provide isometric support and limit the degree of rotation of the trunk…A large percentage of low back problems occur because the abdominal muscles are not maintaining tight control over the rotation between the pelvis and the spine at the L5- S1 level. " (2002 p.71) The lumbar range of motion that many personal trainers and coaches have attempted to create may not even be desirable and is probably potentially injurious.
The ability to resist or to prevent rotation may in fact be more important than the ability to create it. Clients or athletes must be able to prevent rotation before we should allow them to produce it. Porterfield and DeRosa in another excellent book, Mechanical Low Back Pain, come to the same conclusion as Sahrmann. Porterfield and DeRosa state "Rather than considering the abdominals as flexors and rotators of the trunk- for which they certainly have the capacity- their function might be better viewed as antirotators and antilateral flexors of the trunk." (Porterfield and Derosa, WB Saunders 1998, p99)
Sahrmann goes on to note a key fact that I believe has been overlooked in the performance field. "The overall range of lumbar rotation is ...approx 13 degrees. The rotation between each segment from T10 to L5 is 2 degrees. The greatest rotational range is between L5 and S1, which is 5 degrees…The thoracic spine, not the lumbar spine should be the site of greatest amount of rotation of the trunk… when an individual practices rotational exercises, he or she should be instructed to "think about the motion occurring in the area of the chest" " (Sahrmann, p61-62)
Sahrmann places the final icing on the cake with these statements; "Rotation of the lumbar spine is more dangerous than beneficial and rotation of the pelvis and lower extremities to one side while the trunk remains stable or is rotated to the other side is particularly dangerous." (see figures 1+2) (Sahrmann p. 72)
Interestingly enough Sahrmann agrees with the conclusions of Barry Ross. Ross recommended primarily isometric abdominal training for his sprinters. Sahrmann concurs; "During most activities, the primary role of the abdominal muscles is to provide isometric support and limit the degree of rotation of the trunk which, as discussed, is limited in the lumbar spine." (Sahrmann p 70)
Most importantly, what does all this mean? For me it means that I have eliminated the following stretches that attempt to increase lumbar range of motion. This includes Seated Trunk Rotational Stretches (Fig 1) and Lying Trunk Rotational Stretches (Fig 2).
I have also eliminated dynamic exercises designed to increase trunk range of motion such as Dynamic Bent Leg Trunk Twists (Fig 3), Dynamic Straight Leg Truck Twist (Fig 4), and Scorpion (Fig 5).
My conclusion. Most people don't need additional trunk range of motion. The evidence from the experts seems to be clear that what we really need is to be able to control the range that we have. Although this may seem extreme to some, I have seen a significant decrease in the complaints of low back pain since eliminating these exercises. In fact, a great deal of our emphasis is now placed on developing hip range of motion in both internal and external rotation. I think the future will see coaches working on core stability and hip mobility instead of working against themselves by simultaneously trying to develop core range of motion and core stability.
Porterfield and DeRosa- Mechanical Low Back Pain, WB Saunders 1998,
Sahrmann, Diagnosis and Treatment of Movement Impairment Syndromes, Mosby 2002

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The Rock Almighty! Devotional, Praise, and Worship with Skillet

July 18 CDM

For as many as are led by the Spirit of God, they are the sons of God(Romans 8:14).

Under the old-covenant Law of Moses, there was no opportunity to be led by the Holy Spirit; therefore, the people were servants, not sons. The new covenant of grace changed that. 

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A Legend in Your Own Mind

For I say, through the grace given unto me, to every man that is among you, not to think of himself more highly than he ought to think; but to think soberly, according as God hath dealt to every man the measure of faith.
Romans 12:3

Do you want to know one of the secrets of staying in the will of God, of keeping yourself from getting off track?
Don't overestimate yourself!
Proverbs 16:18 says, "Pride goeth before destruction, and an haughty spirit before a fall." How many times have we seen that borne out! How many times do we see believers get into trouble because they get an overblown idea of themselves. They begin to think they're so smart that they have it all figured out.
Then, the next thing you know, they're thinking they have to straighten everyone else out. Instead of just letting Jesus be Head of the Church, they feel like they have to step in and do the job.
Once that happens, it's just a matter of time before they're flat on their faces in failure. Why? Because the Bible says God resists the proud (1 Peter 5:5).
Don't put yourself in a position where God has to resist you. Rate your own abilities soberly. Adopt an attitude of humility. Keep a watch on yourself, and when you catch yourself getting puffed up with your own greatness, repent and remember that every good thing you enjoy and every bit of success you've had has come by the grace of God and by His power.
Look back on your life and see how many times you could have lost what God had given you. See how many times, when you were floundering around making every mistake imaginable, His tender and precious mercy pulled you through.
Don't become a legend in your own mind. Instead, humble yourself beneath the mighty hand of God, and let God do the exalting—that prevents some very painful falls.

Scripture Reading:
1 Peter 5:5-7; James 4:6-17

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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

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Physiotherapy: For More than Just Sports Injuries

By: Leslie Trigg Perth physiotherapy is a valuable resource in the healthcare industry, however not everyone understands what a physio does. A physiotherapist can treat many different conditions. Physio Como helps with pain, sprains, strains, rehabilitation and many chronic conditions. Physio can consist of treatments such as mobilisation, exercise, massage and dry needling.

Physio can help with much more than just the physical symptoms a patient may experience. Physiotherapists help people to gain confidence in themselves and their body through advice and exercise in a safe and supportive environment. Along with this comes many mental and emotional benefits for the patient. Physiotherapists work in many areas including hospitals, schools, community health centres, private practices, fitness centres and sports clubs.

Physiotherapy benefits people of all ages, yet can be especially beneficial for older adults. Conditions such as arthritis, aches, pain and poor balance or mobility can benefit from physio. These conditions can be very hard to deal with and cause major impacts to a person’s quality of life. Working with a qualified physiotherapist can benefit elderly patients who are experiencing these difficulties and help to improve their physical fitness, health and overall wellbeing.

What a Physio Does
Physiotherapists aim to improve quality of life by reducing pain and discomfort while increasing overall health and wellbeing. Physios support the patient’s ability to maintain their independence by improving their strength, fitness, flexibility and endurance. Patients are supported in an encouraging and motivating environment alongside qualified and experienced practitioners.

Physiotherapy effectively treats disease, injury and other conditions through methods including:
● Massage
● Exercise
● Mobilisation
● Manipulation
● Dry needling
● Education

Many people believe that a physiotherapist only works with sports and back-related injuries. However, physiotherapists are highly trained health professionals who treat patients’ symptoms related to disease, injury, ageing and illness. Some conditions that physios treat include:
● Back pain
● Knee pain
● Sprains and injuries
● Arthritis
● Incontinence
● Rehabilitation from broken bones
● Neurological conditions (e.g. Parkinson’s disease)
● Rehabilitation from surgery
● Occupational health
● Childhood development issues

Types of Physiotherapy
Because physio can treat so many different conditions, there are three main areas of practice. These are:
Neurological: this area treats disorders of the nervous system such as Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, strokes, spinal cord injuries and brain injuries.
Musculoskeletal: this area treats conditions such as arthritis, back pain, sprains, strains, posture issues, incontinence, and sport and work-related injuries.
Cardiothoracic: this area treats conditions related to the heart, lungs and other organs located in the chest. This includes conditions such as chronic bronchitis, asthma, emphysema and other cardio-respiratory conditions.

Physio Como uses a variety of techniques to improve movement, relieve pain, support recovery and improve a person’s quality of life. Physiotherapists are qualified professionals who must be registered. You do not need a referral to see a physio near you, however your doctor may recommend treatment through physiotherapy depending on your condition.

Perth physiotherapy is a safe and effective form of treatment for many conditions including injuries, pain, ageing and many chronic conditions. Physiotherapy helps a person to regain their fitness, strength, confidence and overall wellbeing through exercise, education, massage and many other techniques.

Perth physiotherapy is a safe and effective form of treatment for many conditions including injuries, pain, ageing and many chronic conditions. Physiotherapy helps a person to regain their fitness, strength, confidence and overall wellbeing through exercise, education, massage and many other techniques.

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Diet, Dietary Choices, Healthy Diet And Weight Management

By: Chukwuemeka Thompson

In nutrition, diet is the total sum of food taken by a person or an organism. The word diet means the use of certain intake of nutrition for health or weight management purposes( with both of them going hand in hand). Although, humans are omnivores, each culture and each person holds some food preferences or some food taboos. This may be due to personal tastes or accepted principles. Individual dietary choices may be more or less healthy.

Complete nutrition requires ingestion and assimilation of vitamins, minerals essential amino acids from protein and essential fatty acids from fat-containing food, also food energy in the form of carbohydrate, protein and fat. Dietary habits and choices play an important role in improving the quality of life, health and increased life span.

Some cultures and religions have restrictions concerning what food are allowed in their diet. For example Judaism are allowed to take kosher foods, Islams Halal foods, Buddhists are generally vegetarian, meat eating may be allowed for Buddhists depending on the sects. In Hinduism, vegetarianism is allowed. Jains are strictly vegetarian and eating of root are not permitted.

A lot of people avoid food(diet) from animal source to a great extent( eg flexitarianism , vegetarianism, veganism, fruitarianism) f or health purposes, issues surrounding morality or reduced impact on the environment, although, some public assumptions about which diets have lower impact are known to be incorrect. Raw food is another contemporary trend. These diets may require tuning or supplementation such as vitamins to meet ordinary nutritional needs.

Hence, healthy diet help in improving or maintaining maximum health. In developed countries, affluence enables unconstrained caloric intake and possibly inappropriate food choices. Health, agencies recommend that individuals should maintain normal body weight b y consuming low calorie foods and sugary drinks, eating plant- based, limited consumption of red and processed meat, and limiting alcohol intake. The dietary guidelines for Americans is an evidence- based information source that policy makers and health professionals use to advise the general public about healthy nutrition.

Finally, diet may be chosen for weight loss or weight gain. Changing one's dietary intake or "going on a diet" can change the energy balance and increase or decrease the a mount of fat stored by the body. Some foo d are specifically recommended in conjunction with exercises. Specific weight loss programs can be injurious while others may be beneficial and this can be coined as healthy diets. The term s "healthy diet and diet for weight management" are often related, as the two promote healthy weight management. Having a healthy diet is a way to prevent health problems, and will provide the body with the rig ht balance of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients.

Conclusion, a healthy diet is a diet that contain the six classes of food in the right pro portions that can enhance quality health, increased life span and help in weight management.

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