I get asked a lot how often I workout. To be 100% honest, I'm lucky if I make 4 workouts a week. Some of my days begin at 5 and last all day. Some days I simply can't go because my hair will be ruined for an event at night. (lol I'm not joking it's serious) Fitting it in with an unconventional schedule is kind of a pain in the ass. BUT I think I make up for it when I do make it to the gym or my workouts. I don't half ass. I really try to target the muscles and the form I'm being asked to target and I listen to my trainer and instructors. I think doing it right is even more important than doing it often. .
I also get the most out of my workouts by adding @1stPhorm protein to my after-protein snack. It helps to build muscle, adds energy for the rest of my day and it tastes bomb. #getitrightgetittight #legionofboom #1stphorm
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I’ve been diving deeper into functional mobility movement as opposed to conventional “yoga poses” because well, it’s better for you. Nothing wrong with yoga poses as long as you work within your active and passive ranges of movement. Hyper flexibility is not a gift yet it seems to be praised here on the gram. I know this video is boring and won’t get a lot of likes and comments but these movements (although I need to refine them) are better for overall health both physically and neurologically.
Try this! Get on a flat surface, put socks on and just start sliding around in your typical “yoga pose” ... your body will thank you. Here is a high lunge slide and a pigeon pose slide. Keep hips neutral and use your core and hip flexors to move the legs. Follow #bygcoredrills for more drills.
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When people think of museums, they don’t often think of farm animals!
Doon Heritage Village features many farm animals on a seasonal basis from May through September. The site itself doesn't own any of the livestock; instead, local farmers supply the village, where possible with breeds typically found on Waterloo County farms in 1914.
On the two farms in @wregionmuseum , we try to give visitors an idea of what a farm looked and felt like. We show visitors the types of farm animals and poultry that would have been on farms in 1914, but not the size or numbers that farmers would have had. In order to do this, our farms would have to be the size that a typical farm would have been in 1914, which would have been about 100 acres per farm.
Large mixed-use farms were typical in 1914 Waterloo County. On a mixed farm, the farmer would grow a variety of cash crops, as well as raise various types of livestock, such as dairy or beef cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, chickens and geese.
MEET AND GREET HOLIDAY PET RESCUE AND FOOD DONATION EVENT We’ve teamed up with Burbank Town Center and the Burbank Animal Shelter to host a Holiday Pet Rescue event on Thursday, Dec. 21 from 3-5 p.m. near Macy’s in Burbank Town Center. Don’t forget to stop by to take photo with me and @white_coffee_cat
Who says you need snow to enjoy Christmas?
Our friends from Milan Academy Dubai definitely don't!
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Chi dice che serve la neve per festeggiare il Natale?
I ragazzi della Milan Academy Dubai sicuramente no!
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