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Thursday, April 9, 2020

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Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Police Activity On US Sports Net Presented By Tactical P.E. Featuring: Bodycam Shows Cops Shooting Man Wanted in Stabbing of Pregnant Woman

** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** Louisville, Kentucky — The Louisville Metro Police Department released body camera footage showing the moments officers shot Byron Johnson, wanted for the stabbing of a pregnant woman. On March 25th, a serious stabbing incident occurred in the 2100 block of Allston Avenue shortly before noon, involving a pregnant woman who was stabbed numerous times.

The victim was transported to the hospital in serious condition. L.M.P.D. Fugitive unit was contacted to assist homicide in locating the suspect. Intelligence was developed that the suspect may be with an associate and a description of the vehicle this associate drives. Fugitive detectives located this vehicle but were not able to see any passengers due to dark window tense. They followed the vehicle and eventually made a traffic stop.

 The driver of the vehicle was cooperative with the officers. She exited the vehicle and walked toward them at their request. One of the officers was positioned in a way to see into the open driver door and saw the suspect who was climbing into the driver's seat. The officer realized that he saw a gun on the suspect and shots were fired. The suspect fled in the vehicle leading officers in a pursuit, which ended on the 3000 block of Talisman road. He pulled into a driveway and the officers positioned their vehicles behind him. The suspect again displayed a firearm and numerous shots were fired, including shots from Sgt. Brian Evanoff, Detective Chad Stewart and Detective Michael Woodard, they are currently on administrative reassignment. After the shooting, the officers gave commands the suspect to show his hands that they could approach and help him. When they determined the situation was safe, they approached the suspect and began rendering aid. Johnson was taken to the hospital, where he is now in custody. 

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 The baby had to be delivered early due to the stab wounds. Police say the woman and her baby were in stable condition at last check. Johnson faces two charges of attempted murder in the stabbing incident. Police say more charges are forthcoming in relation to the police chase and shooting. Johnson's criminal record includes charges of robbery and terroristic threatening. 

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Self-Defense Advice - Be Ready To Adapt And Act


By: G J Thomas

In the first instance in any dangerous confrontation you should try to run away. Escape, evade, SURVIVE. If things get physical then you should expect to sustain an injury of some sort, even if it's just a scratch or a bruise. Running away means no scratches and no bruises. Do not be too proud to run.




All self-defense training should put plenty of focus on running away, because by running away you stand the best chance of survival. That's just the way it is. Humans have the "fight or flight" mentality built-in, but you should reverse those words and think about the flight before the fight. If you are fortunate enough to see a good escape route running away is definitely the smartest thing you can do, whether you feel cowardly or not. Which would you prefer to be, a sensible living person or a brave dead one? No brainer.

When confronted by an attacker think, adapt, and act fast

In any confrontational situation you should expect the worst and be prepared for it, that is why you train yourself, but you should also expect the unexpected. Learning to escape from a knife attack is one thing, but what if your assailant has friends coming around the corner just as you turn to run away? What if you manage to stop your attacker and knock him down, only to slip and fall as you make your escape? In seconds he is on top of you, and you are in a more dangerous position than before. Be alert, be aware, and be prepared to adapt to any situation and use any advantage you can find.

Any training that you choose should incorporate methods to deal with unexpected twists and crazy scenarios. The simple but effective techniques that you can teach yourself fairly quickly will work in a lot of situations - that is why these techniques are taught, but at some point you may find yourself in a far less straight-forward confrontation where you need a little bit extra. Life throws random difficulties at us all the time, so it's important to be as ready as you can for something to happen that makes the dangerous scenario you are in even worse.

A distraction could be the key to your escape

If somebody nearby shouts and it momentarily distracts your attackers you can use this to your advantage. If a crowd of people turns the corner and starts walking your way should you shout for help? A police siren in the distance may provide enough of a distraction for you to turn and run. Expect to be shocked, expect to be scared, and be prepared to make quick, smart decisions. Taking advantage of an unexpected event might make all the difference.

Think about what you do, where you go, and who you go with, and try imagining what you would do if two men with knifes attacked you. Or maybe they grab your companion and threaten her. How about the difference between being attacked in an open space versus a tight, cramped alleyway? Maybe you work in a shop and are worried about somebody jumping over the counter and what you should do. Put yourself in complicated situations and think of ways that it could get even worse. Picture yourself there, and use your training to work out how you would survive.
  • Is there anything you can do to distract your attacker?
  • What do you do if your attackers are a group of females?
  • What can you do if you are carrying an injury and can barely walk?
  • What do you do if your assailants surround you?
Always remember, the key to every situation is to SURVIVE. You are not trying to look good, you are not there to be brave, your only intention is to survive by any means necessary. If you are in a position where somebody is threatening you with a knife or gun, then your attacker is demonstrating that he is prepared to KILL YOU if you do not comply. You need to know what to do and you need to be prepared to act quickly and decisively. If your survival means running away then do it, but if you are forced to protect yourself, or to fight off an attacker, then ensure that you are as prepared as you possibly can be. Learn more......

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

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We work with clients globally, so no matter where you live, we can help you achieve your fitness goals! We work with clients of all different fitness levels, from those who are complete beginners and have never worked out in their lives, all the way to those who are advanced. We work with all ages, both male and female, and people with all different fitness goals. We have clients who have over 100 pounds to lose, and are here because they need to change their habits in order to save their lives, all the way to clients who are in good shape and looking to be in GREAT shape, or compete in a physique competition. We make programs for clients who are training at the gym, as well as clients who are going to be working out at home.
One important thing to know is that you are working directly with Micah and Diana. We do not have automated systems. Every single program is made for you directly by Diana or Micah. They are the ones personally reviewing the information that you send in, and personally sitting there developing the program that will help you get to your goals. This enables us to work with each unique client, cater their workouts and nutrition according to their needs. If you have a question and use the LIVE chat function on the site, you will be asking a question directly to Micah or Diana and will get a response from one of them. As often as possible, we keep the LIVE feature open on our computers in case you have a question while browsing the site!
The FIRST step once you are ready to get started with your transformation, is to choose the program that is right for you. All program options are HERE. You can also check out the Hitch Fit home page, if you scroll down you will see a listing for each program, and there is a link that you can click to hear a description, or read about it. If you still have further questions about what program is right for you. You can try the LIVE chat feature, and we will respond right away if we are available. Or you could also write to Diana or Micah here
Once you have chosen your program, you register for in the Store.
As soon as you have registered for the program of your choice. You will receive a questionnaire to your email. This questionnaire will gather information as far as your current stats such as height, weight, age, body fat (we now have a body fat calculator to help you out We also gather information as far as your current fitness level, where you plan to do your workouts (home or gym), if at home, what equipment you have available. We also find out if you have any injuries we need to work around, medical issues that we need to be aware of, dietary issues that we need to be aware of etc. We will ask for your current before pictures. Nobody likes doing before pictures, but they truly are a critical element! Since this is all done Online, the only way we get to “see” you, and also see the progress that you make over time, is via pictures. Taking pictures also is a great way for you to be 100% open about your starting point, if you want to change, then these pictures are information, they are your starting point, and also great motivation. Seeing where you are now, and being honest about that side of things, can be a great motivator to stay on track with making healthy choices for yourself on a consistent basis, as you strive to make that reflection of yourself be something different, healthier and that you feel really great about!
It’s important to know that every story that is on our site is a person who has gone through transformation and then given us permission to share their images and stories in order to pay it forward and inspire others to make positive change. We don’t force anyone or pay anyone to share their stories. The only time that we share client images is if they have completed transformation and have given permission to share their story. We never share anyone’s pictures without their consent. So if this is something you are worried about, your mind can rest at ease, because it’s simply not how we operate.
It’s best to complete your questionnaire and return it to us as quickly as possible. We put together programs in the order that we receive back questionnaires. It typically takes between 2-5 days to put your program together for you. If there is incomplete information or questions not answered, then we will reach out to find out more information from you as we put together your program. At the top of the questionnaire that you receive, will be the downloadable Hitch Fit Book.  The book is not your program, it is supplemental information about healthy living.
Your completed program will come via email from either Micah or Diana. It will include your nutrition program (we tell you what to eat, when to eat it and how much of it to eat and also give you a variety of options to mix and match your foods so you don’t get bored). We do not believe in fad diets or quick fix diets or cutting out food groups. We do not believe in starving clients. We believe in teaching you a balanced way of eating, teaching you how to read labels, measure portions, learn the staples of nutrition that will not only get your body to a place that is healthy and leaner, but if you embrace the teachings as a lifestyle and remain consistent with the habits that you learn on this program, you can sustain your losses for the rest of your life. Your program will also include your workouts, based on fitness level and where you will be training. It will include how much cardio to do through the course of your program. Cardio volumes will vary per person depending on what your starting body fat and goals are.
Once you have received your program, you can take your time reviewing things. Your start date is up to you. We just ask that you let us know when you are starting. We do not have a ticking clock once you purchase your program, and we don’t just stop communicating with clients once their 12 or 16 weeks (or longer for some of the programs such as PLUS or Get Big Get Ripped). Once you are a part of the Hitch Fit family, you are always a part of the family!
You have unlimited access to online support from Micah and Diana during your transformation time. We ask that online clients check in at least once weekly with their updates, but we are also available for questions at any time. So if something comes up, you have an issue you need guidance on, we are here to answer and help you through it. Our ultimate objective is for you to be successful, so we do our best to help clients through whatever obstacles pop up along the way!
This transformation process is something that can change your life. The visual results that happen in your body are of course great, but it’s the changes that we see happen on the inside that are the most impacting. We see health improved, we see confidence and energy levels increase, we see people really start believing in themselves which trickles over into every other aspect of their lives!!
We are blessed and so grateful to God for allowing us to do what we LOVE to do and that is to help make the world a more fit and healthy place one person at a time. If you are ready for your transformation, we would truly love to be a part of your journey!!

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The Rock Almighty Devotional, Praise, and Worship with John Schlitt and Relationships with No Barriers

When we examine the way we’ve learned to form relationships, many of us don’t realize that we learned wrong. The world takes unequal relationships for granted and doesn’t question hierarchal separations between men and women. This robs us of achieving our whole potential as children of God. True biblical equality means that all believers stand on equal ground before Him.
God originally created men and women as equals, and the patriarchal spirit we see in the world today goes against His original plan. But the Holy Spirit has been made available to everyone regardless of race, gender, age, or social or economic status. The world makes distinctions between people, but there is no distinction in Christ. Because of His grace, we’re all one in the Father’s eyes.
What we’ve learned, we need to unlearn and replace with the Word of God. When we begin this process, we may be amazed. Each of us has a calling on our lives and, because of what Jesus did, we’re now free to pursue that calling. We claim freedom from the curse of domination by faith in what God has promised us.
When we study the Bible to learn what God says about biblical equality, we see that His Son came to remove all barriers between people. Glass ceilings will be shattered, and both men and women will be freed from the earthly expectations that hold them back. Life under this type of grace is nothing like we’ve ever experienced before, and it’s certainly not as burdensome. Jesus has broken down all walls between us and restored the gender equality sin stole from us.
Prayer:
Dear Lord, You made a way through Your Son to take away all barriers between people and re-establish the relationship between You and Your children. Your Word allows us to rise above any limitations and frees us to truly shine as Christians. Thank You for what at You did. In Jesus’ name, amen.
Scriptures:
Genesis 2:18
Acts 2:1-11
Romans 2:11
Ephesians 2:8, 14
1 Peter 4:10
Romans 10:17
Galatians 3:13, 28, 29
Matthew 11:29, 30
To learn more about biblical equality, click on the link for the two-DVD series, Equality in Christ.

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All We Need Is God’s Presence

by Creflo Dollar 

Life is a series of choices. Sometimes we choose wisely, other times foolishly. God made us free moral agents to allow us to decide for ourselves on one of the most important choices of all—whether to focus on our problems, or on Him. Focusing on Jesus Christ instead of our current situation allows us to sense His presence in our lives.
Some people turn to earthly sources to find the answers to their problems, but God’s wisdom is infinite. When we shut out all distractions and study His Word, we discover solutions we’d never think of on our own. God is on our side and He wants us to succeed. It’s impossible to stand in His presence and not feel perfect peace. “And the peace of God, which passeth all understanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus” (Philippians 4:7).
Even when we turn our eyes away from Him, He’s still waiting for us to acknowledge Him. He’s always talking to us, but we’re not always listening. In the world, there are plenty of distractions that keep us from paying attention to what He’s trying to tell us. Tuning out all the noise allows us to hear an encouraging message from Him. “Thou wilt shew me the path of life: in thy presence is fulness of joy; at thy right hand there are pleasures for evermore” (Psalm 16:11).
Daily living can put us in some pretty scary situations. If we didn’t have God in our lives, we’d be in real trouble. In the Old Testament when Joseph was put in prison, God was with him. The end result was that Joseph prospered and succeeded because of God’s presence. “But the LORD was with Joseph, and shewed him mercy, and gave him favour in the sight of the keeper of the prison. And the keeper of the prison committed to Joseph’s hand all the prisoners that were in the prison; and whatsoever they did there, he was the doer of it. The keeper of the prison looked not to any thing that was under his hand; because the LORD was with him, and that which he did, the LORD made it to prosper” (Genesis 39:21-23).


Joshua was another example of how God’s presence causes success, regardless of the circumstances. “There shall not any man be able to stand before thee all the days of thy life: as I was with Moses, so I will be with thee: I will not fail thee, nor forsake thee” (Joshua 1:5). Both Joseph and Joshua had a choice of whether to trust in God, or in their circumstances; their decision showed godly wisdom. When we acknowledge God’s love for us and place our trust in Him instead of in ourselves, we position ourselves to receive the same promise that they received.
The most important thing we could ever do is to get born again. Accepting Jesus as our Lord and Savior allows His Holy Spirit to come and live in us permanently. This ensures that we’ll never be alone. “…For He [God] Himself has said, I will not in any way fail you nor give you up nor leave you without support. [I will] not, [I will] not, [I will] not in any degree leave you helpless nor forsake nor let [you] down (relax My hold on you)! [Assuredly not!”](Hebrews 13:5, AMPC).
God wants to be with us. Welcoming Him into our lives gives us access to someone who will always be there for us. His presence is all we need.
To learn more about how God’s presence affects every area of our lives, click on the link below for the book, In the Presence of God.
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Monday, April 6, 2020

Marc Myron College recruitment video: dance and cheer and Want To Be A Cheerleader? Dominate With Perfect Diet & Training! Presented on US Sports Net by Game Planner Pro

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Want To Be A Cheerleader? Dominate With Perfect Diet and Training!



What can you do to be ready for cheerleading ... especially if you are practicing every day? Here's a meal plan and training routine that you can use to be ready for a comprehensive practice. Try it soon!


Let's Get Loud! Training To Cheer!

Admittedly, I was never on the cheerleading squad in high school. When you've been playing piano since you were 3-years old, and you have a strange talent to be able to play any song you hear on just about any instrument, you find that the marching band calls your name much stronger than the cheerleading team.
But as I stood in the stands, playing glories to the Walton Raider (and also sneaking magazines and snacks into the bandstand in the bell of my saxophone), I always admired the team of perfectly synchronized girls jumping, flipping and dancing in front of me. I'll be the first to say it. Cheerleading IS a sport.
And, like any sport, to try out for, make and succeed on the cheerleading team, one needs to train for it! So, let's go!
One mistake I think a lot of girls make when they want to get into cheerleading is purposely not nourishing themselves in order to look thin and tiny in the cheerleading uniform.
First of all, no matter who you are, no matter where your muscles are, you are going to look great in a cheerleading uniform. The large white shoes naturally slim the legs, the mid-length skirt shapes the butt, and the cut on the shirt brings emphasis to ... "the female zone." So no matter who you are, YOU WILL LOOK GOOD in a cheerleading uniform.
Second, not every girl on the squad can be the "fly" (the girl who gets thrown in the air by the other girls). Most of the girls need to do the throwing and the catching. And if you want to throw A WHOLE PERSON you better be strong and well nourished.
Third, I will vouch from experience that "not eating" will do one thing for you-it will make you flabby! Sooner or later you will give in to food, and when you do, your metabolism is going to be so slowed by not eating that you will have to go through an entire refeeding process just to retrain it. And you don't have time for that, because you've got to train and be ready to support your team. So do something for your team—and support yourself!
And finally, if you've ever looked at some of the strongest, fittest and most gymnastic athletes (for example, just watch a few minutes of Olympic gymnastics or track and field), you will see that they are not emaciated. They are healthy and muscular. And you need to be, too.

Nutrition

OK, with that rant over, what can you do, nutritionally, to be ready for cheerleading? I am going to make the assumption here that you are going to be practicing every weekday after school.
Here's a sample of what you could do on a daily basis to be ready for a comprehensive post-school practice.
Breakfast:

  • 1/2 cup oatmeal
  • 1/2 cup cottage cheese, low fat
  • 1/2 banana
  • 1 tbsp peanut butter
  • Lots of water and maybe a plain coffee with a little low-fat milk
Mid Morning Snack:

  • 2 fat free string cheeses
  • An apple or a slice of Ezekiel bread
Lunch:

  • Sandwich made from 2 slices Ezekiel bread with 4-6 oz. chicken a few slices of avocado and non-fat condiments of your choice
  • Carrots, broccoli, and other assorted veggies
  • Non-fat dressing (Walden Farms is a good choice)
  • A fruit of your choice or a sample size cliff bar
Before Practice:

  • PowerBar or other nutrition bar with about 30g carbs and 10-20g protein
After Practice:

  • 8-16 oz. Gatorade
  • A few slices of low-sodium turkey (to tide you over until dinner)
Dinner With The Parents:

  • 1 sweet potato
  • 4-6 oz. of chicken
  • 1 oz. of almonds
  • A giant serving of cooked broccoli
  • Glass of milk
Before Bed:

  • 1 Greek yogurt (6 oz) with 1 tbsp peanut butter mixed in
Does it seem like a ton of food? Yes. But you are going to be burning a lot of calories at practice, so it's best to get them in from clean sources. The main thing to remember is that at every major meal you want to have a source of complex carbohydrate. Before and after your workout, you want to have some more simple carbohydrates, and the sort that will sit well on your stomach.
You want to have a little protein at every meal, as well. Also, make sure to get at least 2 servings of fruits in a day, as they provide a lot of antioxidants to keep your immunity strong.
Finally, as a woman, you need to have several servings of dairy in your diet every day; calcium not only promotes already healthy bones, but studies have shown that it also supports women who want to maintain a healthy weight!

Training

Now, practice isn't going to start for a few weeks, so what can you do until then in order to prepare for tryouts? That's right. You can be training. You are going to need to train three difference aspects of your body: your strength, your flexibility, and your endurance.

Endurance

Let's start with the easiest one. Since you will be out there cheering for several hours, you are going to need to have the physical capacity to keep going the whole time. So you need to be sure to do some endurance training frequently.
Running, elliptical trainer, bike, Stairmaster, any of these will do, but the best choice for you is going to be something that mimics the "ups and downs" of a football game. If you have access to a gym, or if you have a DVD player and a large room, put on a Tae Bo or cardio kickboxing DVD. I guarantee you'll get your heart rate up, and you'll have a great time doing it.
One way to test your fitness for cheerleading is to do what we runners called "the talk test." You don't want to be so out of breath that you can't say a short sentence. If you are at that point, you are either training too hard, or you need to improve your overall endurance before you try to push yourself to that upper limit.
Remember: one of the main parts of cheering is the part where you GET LOUD! So you've got to teach your body to be able to speak even while you are working out.
Trust me: if you train your body to breathe, when it comes time to perform, you will continue breathing. And speaking. And cheering! Back to the cardiovascular exercise: if you can get in this more intense cardiovascular training 3-5 times per week, and on the other 2-4 days, if you can go for a nice brisk walk, you'll be good to go!
I should probably add that if you know your cheerleading routines, doing them for cardio would be perfectly acceptable. Just be sure that your heart rate is elevated, but not overworking, and you'll find that practice literally makes perfect!

Flexibility

Secondly, you need to work on your flexibility. Cheerleaders are constantly doing splits, flips, etc. The best time to stretch, in my opinion, is after you do cardiovascular exercise. Your muscles are warm, and you need to stretch anyway.
I highly recommend yoga as a form of stretching for two reasons. First, the yoga poses have been practiced for centuries and have been proven to promote flexibility and second, it gives you a set program to follow. And when you have a set program to follow, you are not going to skimp out.
Yes, it will take time to perfect, but with practice, you'll soon be bending like Gumby on a hot August day. If you have access to a gym or a yoga studio, going to a class can be a great way to learn more poses and to have your flexibility critiqued by someone who will help you extend it.
Having more flexibility will not only make you more gymnastic, but it will also protect you from injury. Your muscles will be more supple and able to bend with you as you cheer. Make sure to keep your stretches just before the point of pain; you don't want to hurt yourself just getting prepared.

Weight Training

Thirdly, and this is what you are expecting, you've got to get strong. I would recommend lifting 3 times per week. When you start practice, you should probably continue to lift two times per week. You'll be doing lifting at practice (of people in this case) so you don't need to lift at home as much.
Also, the volume of your lifts, once you are in season, should be reduced. Depending on how demanding your practices are, you will have to decide in the reduction for yourself.
I found, as a runner, that out of season I would usually do three sets of my lifts three times a week, but in season I would just do each lift for one set, with the exception of isometric (body weight) exercises, which I would do two or three times. Because I was working out so much, I didn't want to hinder my athletic performance by overtraining.
For Cheerleading, you will want to focus on the upper body strength, so I would do 2 days of upper work and one day of lower. Be sure to rest adequately, but not extensively, between sets. You want to feel strong enough to do your next set, but still a little tired from your last one.
Here's an example of what I'd do.

Day 1

Warm Up:

  • Warm up with sit-ups, walking lunges, step-ups, and glute raises on the floor...........keep reading......

Sunday, April 5, 2020

BBcom Featuring: Mother & Team USA Weightlifter Kristi Brewer | Podcast Ep 84 and How Many Repetitions?

Learn how this mother of two bounced back from a 10-year hiatus from fitness to become a competitive weightlifter and Olympic hopeful, 
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Everyone is fighting some battle or struggling with something, be it mentally, physically, emotionally, or financially, but native Idahoan and Team USA Weightlifter Kristi Brewer knows the key to finding balance in life is the simpler, the better. Proving it's never too late to find success in something new, Brewer has become a powerhouse for her sport and a true role model for facing any challenge with patience and determination. Learn how this mother of two bounced back from a 10-year hiatus from fitness to become a competitive weightlifter and Olympic hopeful, and why sometimes doing something just for yourself is the best way to help everybody else.

How Many Repetitions


By: Daniel Green

Theoretically, one could justify the single rep system for building the largest muscle size. Some weightlifters are after explosive strength and use that system. But such a system does not serve the bodybuilder’s needs. The competitive weightlifter; who attempts to fire off as much muscle fibre as possible within the few seconds it takes to complete a single rep, will not gain the overabundance of muscle tissue that the top bodybuilders strive for. For muscle building purposes it is far better to use a lower percentage of muscle fibres each repetition, but with a higher overall count. In this way the nervous system is forced to recruit as many additional muscle fibres as possible. You need to fatigue the fibres with repetitions, overloading your muscles regularly with repeated sets of 6 – 12 reps, and progressively overloaded (moderately increasing weight resistance whenever possible). This will give you the kind of body development you’ve always wanted.




Volume is important, since it serves two purposes. It contributes to plumping up your muscles cells individually, and it helps you to build new capillaries (which come as a result of regularly performing plenty of sets and reps). This is why trained bodybuilders get a much bigger pump than Olympic lifters. Most advanced bodybuilders can add well over an inch to their arms by doing a few dozen close hand floor dips.

Another fact that has come to light and is the result of volume training is that the glycogen stored in the muscle can greatly increase. According to bodybuilding author Bill Dobbins whose knowledge is widely accepted, "Glycogen is carbohydrate energy stored in the muscles. For each gram of glycogen, the body will store 2.7 grams of water, all of which adds to muscle size and shape". This is why glycogen-starved bodybuilders who are on too low carbohydrate diet appear stringy and small. It also explains the usefulness of "carbing up "the day before an important contest (usually done by eating a plate of spaghetti or a baked potato).

Having given you the case for a workout consisting of plenty of sets and reps, now let’s assume that there is also a case to be made for power building techniques (as used to prepare for power lifting) on an occasional basis. Using heavy weights for lower repetitions cannot only act as a tonic, but can give the muscles a new dimension of experience. A change is as good as rest, many bodybuilders do occasionally employ heavy training as it improves the strength of muscles, tendons, and ligaments, among other things, and that is useful for achieving higher repetitions and upgrading training poundages when more regular workouts are resumed.

For the most part you should train with good exercise style, working your muscles over the fullest range possible. For instance, start your curls with straight arms; do not start with torso leaning forward, elbows bent, swinging the bar up. Cheating (loose training style) is a very sophisticated technique. You need to know how much to cheat and more importantly, when. Arnold Schwarzenegger made a habit of training in a very strict style for first eight reps, and then he would cheat more and more as he laboured through the last four reps. That way he got the benefit of both styles, but only after he had exhausted the benefits of doing eight quality repetitions in faultless exercise style.

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Saturday, April 4, 2020

The Truth About Vaccines Featuring: Be Brave! (Part 2) - The Truth Behind The Vaccine Approval Processes | Del Bigtree

What makes a vaccine "safe"? Who determines that? What is the testing process like? Del Bigtree answers all of these questions and walks us through the vaccine approval process. Are there flaws in the vaccination system? You'll just have to watch through to find out.

Del Bigtree, producer of Vaxxed, was an Emmy Award-winning producer on the daytime talk show The Doctors, for six years. He has a background both as a filmmaker and an investigative medical journalist. Del has been traveling the nation, meeting with politicians, and standing with parents in their fight to maintain our freedom of choice. He is the host of HighWire Talk, a show that finds the answers to the questions everyone else is afraid to ask.

Understanding Surgeons Better


By: Mecheil Lewis
 (this article first published 2010)

It will undoubtedly be tough when you are in the emergency room, knowing the life of a patient depends in your hands. The room is suffocating with unexplained pressure. You can almost hear everyone’s hearts pounding so fast and hard. Even the well ventilated room just can’t keep sweat away. Everybody is anxious of what’s going to happen next. And this time, one wrong move can end someone’s life.




That is a common scene surgeons handle from time to time. Some cases end up in death, others without much success, and still others into exhilarating triumph. Certainly, these people live one of the most stressful lives in the world. They are the first ones to take the shock of any consequence. And also the first ones to take up the most distressed moments of the bereaved. The earnings they make may not be enough to compensate those extra emotional and psychological doses.

The tough times, that surgeons face, are fueled by epidemics that suddenly sprout. One example is the A H1N1 flu, also known as swine flu, which has blown to its full length as worldwide pandemic. Patients doubled and so as their tasks. Following is the issue of mandating health care workers to take h1n1 flu vaccine in several cities within the United States. Issues about the vaccine risks and resistance of a number of nurses made the situation worse. Problems, such as that, put additional burden among themselves.


Who will forget about the long heated debate on U.S. President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul? This put a very big load on health care workers. Some doctors have made their voice heard, especially in the internet. In fact, some said they will have to leave the profession if the president wins. The reason was the health care revamp threatens them to be left with no other choice but receive low salary. And they fear they could no longer live according to the kind of living a physician necessitates.

And what else can be tougher than having to carry in their conscience any wrong decision they could’ve made for their patients? Flashback of what happened keeps on coming. Alternatives that could have reversed the outcome keep popping. Things can be really distressful. But they knew life itself is tough and can be tougher when one shows weakness. There is but one decision to make, respond to the call of duty despite future consequences.


When you go to a hospital and meet your doctor, you may not see surgeons with the tough things they face in mind, and actually demand for yourself more attention than what is needed. And if things don’t go your way, you might resort to treating the situation in a harsh manner. However, if we remember things are tough on them too, we might as well understand surgeons better. See the importance of understanding them as Landau scrubs or Urbane scrubs given as gifts.

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Friday, April 3, 2020

Police Activity on US Sports Net Presented by Tactical P.E. Featuring: Bodycam Shows Police Shooting Man On a Stolen Car in El Cajon, California

** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** El Cajon, California — El Cajon Police Department released body camera footage related to an officer-involved shooting of a car theft suspect, Keith Crenshaw, 21.
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On 02/12/2020 Officers from the El Cajon Police Department received information from an out-of-state law enforcement agency that a stolen vehicle from their jurisdiction was within the City of El Cajon. The stolen vehicle was described as a tan 2008 Kia Amanti sedan. The reporting agency directed officers to where the vehicle was located. ECPD Officers located the stolen vehicle in the 500 block of South Johnson parked on the side of the road. The officers confirmed the vehicle was stolen.

 As the officers coordinated their approach to the vehicle, they discovered an adult male asleep in the driver’s seat. As they planned their approach to arrest the suspect and prevent his escape, he woke up. The officers identified themselves as police officers and immediately began giving repeated commands for the suspect to show them his hands. The suspect refused to show his hands and repeatedly reached under his clothing and into his waistband.

 The suspect continued to ignore the officer’s commands and stated something similar to “Shoot me before I do it!” while reaching into his waistband. Believing the suspect was armed, one of the officers on scene fired two rounds, striking the suspect at least one time in the torso. The suspect continued to disobey the officer’s commands by refusing to show his hands. He told the officers, “Kill me please”. The suspect ultimately showed his hands, was removed from the vehicle, and was immediately given first aid until medics arrived. Medics quickly responded and the suspect was immediately transported and is being treated at a local hospital.
 
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 No one else was injured during this incident and there are no outstanding suspects in this case. The suspect has been taken into custody for Auto Theft, a felony, and will be booked into jail once released from the hospital. No firearms were located in the suspect’s possession or in the stolen car. 

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Thursday, April 2, 2020

The NBA Store Featuring Two Hype Collection and Check out the best of Ja Morant from the 2019-20 season so far!


 
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The Rock Almighty Special: Stryper Vs. Fred Nile - Australian Interview and Relationships with No Barriers

Hey Warriors! I simply used the title of this original video. This is a discussion that the religious world continues to have today. Make up you own mind, I personally have been uplifted and changed my mind about Christ many years ago; in part in seeing the way bands like Stryper approach preaching the gospel through song. Enjoy!


Relationships with No Barriers

When we examine the way we’ve learned to form relationships, many of us don’t realize that we learned wrong. The world takes unequal relationships for granted and doesn’t question hierarchal separations between men and women. This robs us of achieving our whole potential as children of God. True biblical equality means that all believers stand on equal ground before Him.
God originally created men and women as equals, and the patriarchal spirit we see in the world today goes against His original plan. But the Holy Spirit has been made available to everyone regardless of race, gender, age, or social or economic status. The world makes distinctions between people, but there is no distinction in Christ. Because of His grace, we’re all one in the Father’s eyes. 
What we’ve learned, we need to unlearn and replace with the Word of God. When we begin this process, we may be amazed. Each of us has a calling on our lives and, because of what Jesus did, we’re now free to pursue that calling. We claim freedom from the curse of domination by faith in what God has promised us.
When we study the Bible to learn what God says about biblical equality, we see that His Son came to remove all barriers between people. Glass ceilings will be shattered, and both men and women will be freed from the earthly expectations that hold them back. Life under this type of grace is nothing like we’ve ever experienced before, and it’s certainly not as burdensome. Jesus has broken down all walls between us and restored the gender equality sin stole from us.
Prayer:
Dear Lord, You made a way through Your Son to take away all barriers between people and re-establish the relationship between You and Your children. Your Word allows us to rise above any limitations and frees us to truly shine as Christians. Thank You for what at You did. In Jesus’ name, amen.
Scriptures:
Genesis 2:18
Acts 2:1-11
Romans 2:11
Ephesians 2:8, 14
1 Peter 4:10
Romans 10:17
Galatians 3:13, 28, 29
Matthew 11:29, 30
To learn more about biblical equality, click on the link for the two-DVD series, Equality in Christ.