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Sunday, July 3, 2022

*** Health Tip: (7 Of The Most Powerful Anti - Aging Nutrients You Can Consume) *** {544}

 πŸ’˜Health Tip:

If you're over 40 and want to defy each passing year while promoting more youthful hair, nails and skin, the below 7 foods will help you stock up on some of the most powerful anti-aging nutrients around.
1.) Olive Oil - Not only do the monounsaturated fats contained in olive oil support healthy arteries and a healthy heart, but olive oil also contains polyphenols, a potent anti-oxidant that may help prevent a number of age-related diseases. We recommend organic extra virgin olive oil for the most anti-aging bang for your buck.
2.) Red Wine - That's right, a glass of wine daily may indeed have a positive effect on your health due to its resveratrol content, a unique anti-oxidant that can help fight against diabetes, heart disease, and age-related memory loss.
3.) Beans - The unique proteins in beans thicken and strengthen your hair cells, so you can enjoy a full head of hair as you lengthen your years.
4.) Brazil Nuts - Brazil nuts are rich in selenium, a mineral which aids in the production of the anti-oxidant glutathione to help slow down the skin aging process. Just 2 nuts a day will provide you with enough selenium to reap its anti-aging benefits.
5.) Tomatoes - Tomatoes are rich in lycopene, which has been shown to support heart health and healthy cholesterol levels as you age. Lycopene also acts as a natural sun block to keep skin youthful and protected from harmful UV rays.
6.) Raspberries & Blueberries - These two berries contain important anti-oxidants to help offset inflammation and oxidative stress that contribute to skin aging and wrinkles. Just one serving of either or these berries contains more anti-oxidants than 10 servings of most other fruits and vegetables!

7.) Organic Eggs - Despite the bad rap eggs get because of their cholesterol content, which is based on completely erroneous science, eggs are rich in biotin and iron which help to promote healthy, youthful skin and hair.

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πŸ˜€Jerry Maguire: "Show Me The Money"!

How's your week going?

Got a thoughtful email for you which I thought of recently when "Jerry Maguire" was on TV..

Remember Cuba Gooding, Jr.’s character, the flamboyant football star, “Rod”, dancing around in the shower while talking to his desperate agent, Jerry Maguire?
 
Rod keeps prodding Jerry to scream “Show me the money!” over and over and over. Louder each time.
 
And sometimes that’s what online/info marketing can feel like. It’s all about the money.
 
Online info marketing has a bad reputation thanks to a small group of bad apples.

That reputation is that it’s all “show me the cash”.

All about greed.

Nothing matters but the size of your commissions and the number in your bank account.
 
And, don’t get me wrong, money motivation can be a very positive thing.

Some part of your personality needs to be dancing around with Rod and screaming “show me the money”.
 
But not ALL of your personality.
 
Because that attitude will only take you so far in the online/info marketing world…especially if you don’t experience success right away.
 
If all you have to motivate you is your greed gland…you’ll burn out quickly if the results don’t show up right away.
 
You need higher motivation. Ask yourself, “What do you want the money FOR?”
 
- Spend more time with your family?
- Quit your 9-5 cubicle job?
- Travel the world?
- Give to your favorite charity?
- Change the world?
- Enjoy your favorite hobbies more?
 
Spend time writing those things down. Then visualize them as vividly as you can.
 
Every day.
 
Even if you have the most powerful, systematic and high-paying online business I know of (Like this one here), it can only take you so far if all you care about is money.

Set your goals higher, work the steps, and the money will appear.


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 “If something stands between you and your success, move it. Never be denied.” Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson




Monday, April 25, 2022

*** Cardio Interval Challenge/10 FREE Advertising Sites To Promote Your Products & Services *** {543}

*CARDIO INTERVAL CHALLENGE*

 (Targeted Heart Rate Workout)   {Steady Burn}
 
Treadmill, Elliptical, Stair Stepper, Stationary Cycle
 
Intensity: % MHR-Maximum Heart Rate                   TIME
 
50%                                                                    1 Minute
60%                                                                    2 Minutes
75%                                                                   24 Minutes
60%                                                                    2 Minutes
50%                                                                    1 Minute
 
*Based on a 30 minute cardio session
 
 
Intensity: % MHR-Maximum Heart Rate                  TIME
 
Stationary Bike 3 times per week                        {Built to lose}
 
50%                                                                    1 Minute
60%                                                                    1 Minute
70%                                                                    5 Minutes
75%                                                                   15 Minutes
70%                                                                    5 Minutes
60%                                                                    2 Minutes
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*Based on a 30 minute cardio workout                
 
 
Intensity: % MHR-Maximum Heart Rate                  TIME
 
Your choice of equipment  3 times per day          {Boredom buster}
 
50%                                                                     1 Minute
60%                                                                     1 Minute
75%                                                                     6 Minutes
60%                                                                     1 Minute
50%                                                                     1 Minute
 
*Based on a 10 minute 3 times per day workout
 
 
 Intensity: % MHR-Maximum Heart Rate                    TIME
 
Treadmill or Stationary Bike                                 {Pyramid}
 
50%                                                                     1 Minute
60%                                                                     1 Minute
80%                                                                     15 Minutes
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50%                                                                      1 Minute
 
*Based on a 33 minute workout
 
 
 Intensity: % MHR-Maximum Heart Rate                    TIME
 
 
Treadmill                                                        {Interval Challenge}
 
 
50%                                                                      2 Minutes
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*Based on a 30 minute workout
 
-Note: The 2 best times of the day to do cardio, is in the morning before you eat, because your body is in fat-burning mode due to your overnight fast, and after weight training because that is when your energy levels are at their highest level.

MHR Equation: MHR=220-your age  (Example: for a 20 year old: 220-20=200 BPM-Beats Per Minute 70% of that would be 140 BPM. (200x0.70) The most accurate measurement can be taken by thumb side of wrist. Hold for 6 seconds, and multiply by 10! 75%-80% of MHR is the perfect range to burn fat.

Make Cardio Fun. Change your routines regularly, even adding resistance, such as walking with a light pair of Dumbbells. 2-3 times per weeks will suffice, but you must be eating the proper nutrition daily. 

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To Your Success 

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P.S. Our company has hundreds of members earning three, four, and five figures a month every month. WHY NOT YOU?

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“We Shine Bright So That Others May Shine Brighter.”  YohancΓ© Salimu


Friday, March 4, 2022

*** A Complete Breakdown Of Plyometric Exercise & Their Functions/DigiSoft Payline is 100% Automated! (Earn 230k Within The Next Year) *** {542}

1) Q: What are plyometrics?

A: Plyometrics are any exercise where the muscle is contracted eccentrically then immediately, concentrically. In plain English, the muscle is stretched (i.e. loaded) before it is contracted. A good example is push-ups with a clap in-between each push-up. Your muscle (pectorals in this case) is elongated and loaded by the downward force of your body, then immediately you must contract the muscle to push yourself back up.



2) Q: Why do I care?

A: Because plyometrics is one of the best ways if not the best way to improve power. To justify this answer lets first look at what power is. Power is similar to strength except you are adding the time factor. Therefore the relation of strength and speed is what we are talking about when we talk about power. A person who can perform a specific resistance movement, such as jumping, bench press etc., the fastest would be said to have more power in that movement. So what we are looking at is not just the contraction of the muscle, but how fast will it contract. It has been shown that a muscle will contract the fastest when it has been loaded. This is why you should be able to jump higher if you crouch down then immediately jump up than if you started in the crouch. So if this is the best way to perform a powerful movement lets practice these movements. This practice is called plyometrics and has been shown in study after study to decrease the time it takes for the muscles to contract, resulting in more power.



3) Q: What are good plyometric exercises for increasing vertical jump?

A: There are an infinite number of plyometric exercises to increase vertical leap but here are a few good ones:

Two foot ankle hop (low intensity)

keeping your feet together and remaining in one place hop up and down using only your ankles and calves. Concentrate on getting as high as you can and exploding off the ground as soon as you land.

Rim Jumps (medium intensity)

Stand under a basketball rim. Jump up touching the rim (or net or whatever) with alternate hands. Concentrate on getting as high as you can and exploding off the ground as soon as you land.

Box to Box jumps (high intensity)

Place two boxes that will support your weight about 3 feet apart. Standing on one box step (NOT JUMP) off to the ground and immediately jump back up to the other box. Turn around and repeat. Obviously the difficulty of this exercise is increased as the height of the boxes are increased. Once again concentrate on getting as high as you can and exploding off the ground as soon as you land (notice a pat tern here?)


In all the above exercises you are using your body weight and gravity to load the muscle before contraction. The forces you generate are much larger than could be safely accomplished using conventional resistance (read weights) exercises. It is true these forces only exist for a brief amount of time, but they still stress the muscle which is the point.

Also these exercises can be combined. For example try jumping off a box before jumping up to the rim.



4) Q: What are good plyometric exercises for increasing speed

A: While all of the above exercises will also increase your speed (leg speed), these are many others that just focus more on movement. Here are some examples

Zig Zags ( medium intensity)

run an elastic cord about a foot off the ground. While on one foot hop back and forth over the rope. Repeat with other foot.

Side to side ankle hops:

Same as regular ankle hops (see above) but instead of remaining in place you jump 2 to 3 feet side to side.

Sprints:

Yes sprints are plyometrics since the force of your body coming down loads the hamstring.




5) Q: Do strength shoes work? Where do I get them? How much do they cost?


Are there alternatives? Why are strength shoes included in a plyometrics FAQ

A: Yes strength shoes do work, they make every step a plyometric exercise for the calf. Since they only work the calf though you must do regular plyometric exercises in them to work the other muscles. They do come with a excellent plyometric regime and a nice video. For those of you who don't know what a strength shoe is: It is a shoe with an elevated sole, but the sole is only on the ball of the foot. The calf is allowed to hang free forcing it to be stretched ( thus loaded) on every step. Be aware that the calf plays a limited role in jumping and acceleration, approximately 30%, so while strength shoes will help they are no magic pill and are just a tool for a good plyometric regime. Strength shoes are available for about $140.00 at (800) 451-JUMP. You can also get the strap on equivalent that turn any shoes into strength shoes from Metapro at (415) 967-4787 for around $55.00



6) Q: What is a good book on plyometrics and where can I get it.


A: The best book on plyometrics is  by jumping into plyometrics Donald A. Chu. It has a great many exercises and good tips about how to put together a program. Also each exercise is cross referenced by what sport it helps. All in all a good book.



7) Q: Are plyometrics dangerous?

A: Since so many exercises could be considered plyometrics, of course some of them are dangerous. Jump squats are a great example. This is where you perform a regular squat (with weight) and actually jump at the top of the motion coming off the ground 1-2 inches. You perform this exercise with about 1/3rd of your max. weight. This is one of the best exercises to increase your jumping ability. Unfortunately it is also a dangerous one.

If you don't have great form, and you cant do at least 50 reps of regular squats at the weight don't even think about them. Also stay away if you have a bad back or knees. On the other hand the two foot ankle hop is very safe, and will offer good benefits. A good general test to see if you are ready for plyometrics is to stand and jump up as high as you can. Measure this height (chalk on your fingertips and a clean wall is a good way to measure). Then jump off a 18 inch box and jump as high as you can. If you cant reach as high as you could on the ground you would be better off hitting the weights and coming back later.



8) Random thoughts:

While plyometric will increase your vertical jump, form has quite a bit to do also. Try to crouch to a point where your knees reach a 90 degree angle. A good arm swing will easily add inches. By throwing your arms up as you jump you are decreasing the weight that you have to push off the ground and the inertia of your arms going up will help pull the rest of your body up. Also the faster you are moving before the jump, the higher you can jump. You can transfer this horizontal speed to vertical speed with the proper form. This is why high jumpers get a running start to jump much higher than they could standing still.

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πŸ’œ{Bonus Tip:}

Why eat carbs before bed?

Foods containing carbohydrates also help produce serotonin and tryptophan. Amino Acids are found in the brain and this is the reason you feel sleepy after eating carbohydrate rich foods. The combination of tryptophan, amino acids, along with carbs will make you drowsy, and could help you sleep better if you're having problems.

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Most people give up just when they’re about to achieve success. They quit on the one yard line. They give up at the last minute of the game one foot from a winning touchdown. - Ross Perot