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Generation Iron 2 on Netflix – Review

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Generation Iron 2 is fresh out on Netflix and follows five of the top figures in the bodybuilding industry. The filmmaker follows Kai Greene, Calum Von Moger, Iris Kyle, Ahmad Ashkanani and Rich Piana – a broad spectrum who share a common desire to be successful. Generation Iron 2 We start with a brief overview of bodybuilding, noting that while …

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Should I Quit My Job? Answer These 12 Questions!

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Should I quit my job? Here are 12 Yes/No Questions to ask yourself about your current role. The following questions are taken from a Management Book [1] by Marcus Buckingham. The more Yes answers you give, the happier and more valued you should feel at work. Questions 1-6 are particularly important for a positive work environment and a sense of …

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Interesting Articles Across The Internet

My intention with this website is to further your knowledge and understanding of a topic. Rather than reproduce information that is already on the internet, i’ve linked to existing articles which I hope you find interesting. 1. Goal Setting – James Clear (Article) James covers the idea that goal setting can sometimes be counter productive. It can give you the …

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Why 92% of People Fail Their New Years Resolutions (2)

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New Year’s Resolution Mistake 5: Copying an Ill-Fitting Routine Not everyone works the same way. Some people thrive on discipline and routine, others prefer randomness. Some people have small pockets of free time, some have it all at the end of the week. If you only have half an hour spare every evening, use that time to work on your …

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Why 92% of People Fail Their New Year’s Resolutions

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Have You Ever Failed A New Year’s Resolution? GOOD NEWS. You’re not alone. BAD NEWS. Unless you’re aware of the nine BIGGEST mistakes then it’ll probably happen again. In fact, for every 100 people that STARTĀ a resolution in January, 66 have STOPPED by February. (Only EIGHT last the whole year). New Year’s Resolution Mistake 1: Setting The Bar Too High …

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How To Do A Stomach Vacuum (For A Stronger Core)

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If you’ve never tried a stomach vacuum before, you’re in for a treat. I did these ten times a day for a month and this is what I learned: The Background A stomach vacuum is achieved by breathing all the air out your lungs and then pulling your stomach in without breathing in. This works your TVA, or Transverse Abdominis, …

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Burn More Calories By Standing Instead Of Sitting

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Did you know adults sit for an average of ELEVEN hours a day? Beyond our desks, we tend to sit during meals, while watching TV and for most of us commuting to (and from) work. This prolonged sitting has proven to increase chronic diseases including type 2 diabetes and obesity, even for fit individuals. If you can spend 60 minutesĀ standing …

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Three Stretches To Do After Your Desk Job

“Sitting is the New Smoking” Heard this before? Research has linked sitting for long periods of time with a number of health concerns, including obesity and metabolic syndrome. Symptoms include increased blood pressure, high blood sugar, excess body fat around the waist and abnormal cholesterol levels. Too much sitting also increases the risk of death from cardiovascular disease and cancer. …

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Why Cold Showers Are Good For You

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Now I’m the first to admit that a hot shower can perhaps be the highlight of my day, particularly in the cold winter months. It’s a great place to think, relax or just sit down and pretend it’s raining. However, here I am trying to convince you to take the plunge and join the Cold Showers Club. Why? How did …

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Box Breathing Technique

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What is Box Breathing? “Four-square breathing, sometimes referred to as the box breathing technique, is a simple technique that you can do at any time that you feel stressed. Controlled breathing is an integral part of meditation and can be utilised independently to calm nerves and relieve stress by helping to regulate the autonomic nervous system. Square breathing emphasises control …

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