When you see someone who has strength in their presence and appearance what do you think it took to get them to that point?
What keeps us strong and what makes us strong are so many different things.
It could be battling an eating disorder or an addiction.
It could be struggling in a job that takes every ounce of energy that you have.
It could be overcoming PTSD after a traumatic experience.
It could be learning to love yourself after giving birth to a child but your mind or body not bouncing back the way that you thought it would.
It could be constantly being hit, day after day, with some new struggle and trial, not seeing any way out.
It’s picking yourself back up after all of these things that makes you strong.
Most people don’t give themselves enough credit for just how strong they are.
I want everyone to focus on what they’ve overcome, what they’ve accomplished, what they’ve done to be where they are today because I promise you, all of these things far outweigh what you think is making you weak.
For me strength is battling each day trying to become a better version of myself, trying to help others channel their inner strength, and showing everyone just how strong they really are through guidance and support.
If you’re looking for someone to help you with your journey please don’t hesitate to reach out to me or like/comment below.
What has shaped and formed you to be strong?
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A follower pointed this out to me 🥺 A year ago was me on the left struggling getting through a few basic burpees. Today I’m able to do lay down burpees with ease 💪🥳! I’m so proud of myself for showing up daily!! It wouldn’t be possible without that dedication! Also peep the shirt 😃 Its loose on me!! .
Stiffness' often gets a bad rap. Why?
People often think of it as inflexible or that there's risk for injury during exercise. The truth? Being stiff at the right time can be crucial in protection from injuries & can help agility. See how we bust this myth: https://buff.ly/2SLj9Is pic.twitter.com/XsCaSXB7lc
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#Tart cherry juice is known for reducing strength loss and improving muscle recovery after intensive exercise, and now researchers have found that it also helps in improving exercise performance.
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Or majority leader of the Senate. Her seat will be safe for years. She could exercise great power without a Grim Reaper approach.
Terry, you’re welcome. I love RTing you. I had a light case of the flu and a sinus infection. Left with a cough but that’s good aerobic exercise right? I’m doing fairly well You? https://twitter.com/terrytyler4/status/1228988954541776897 …
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You know those gym-goers who say "OMG I feel so good after a workout!"
I just did 3km on the exercise bike & 15 mins on the treadmill (yes that is my limit, I am the size of a house TBF) and now I want to simultaneously cry and puke.
When EXACTLY does this "I feel great!" come?
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I believe Tlaib has a grandmother in the OCCUPIED territories. Is that a good enough reason? Fun exercise look up what military occupation means and what rules an occupier has to follow according to international law.
When prioritizing user requirements, do it casino-style. This lightens the tone of the exercise, but the physicality of the chip and that it represents a finite resource makes you think differently than you might if you were just making a list. We like to call it Priority Poker. pic.twitter.com/J4mqVltk0V
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Listening to the wonderful Daniel Kahneman on a classic #DesertIslandDiscs and he said of a colleague, “his favourite form of exercise was jumping to conclusions.” It made me laugh so I felt the need to share. https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/desert-island-discs/id342735925?i=1000448288764 …
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Exercise and stretch too.
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Consistency is key. Being healthy is not only for your body, but for you own personal mental wellbeing as well. I love the way my body can make babies, blowup, and then return slowly but surely back to normal. We have pushed every boundary, so why not push ourselves into a more healthier version of yourself. Passion, motivation, endurance, PATIENCE....is key to any success in life.
Il vento caldo che soffia dal sud e porta con se tutti i pensieri le sensazioni ed i sogni che raccontano i luoghi da cui è passato.
Note agrumate di testa, che raccontano la sicilia, lasciano il posto alle note di cuore, ricche di spezie aromatiche del nord Africa, per poi giungere alle note di coda composte di Ambra... che racconta il tramonto nel deserto 🐫. SIROCCO by ICARUS.
Provalo subito 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻
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Getting lean and mean💪😈
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People say yoga isn't high enough intensity, but it gives back what you put into it. This morning it kicked my butt😂
You know what makes the 🌎 go round? Supporting friends and local businesses! As you grow as a human you start seeing the real people in your life! #life 🧐
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Thanks a lot for sharing. As an exercise, I also created an interactive data story with your data using Tableau: https://public.tableau.com/views/Coronavirus2019-nCoVstats/Coronavirus2019-nCoV?:display_count=y&:origin=viz_share_link …
Want to make your home office a healthy workspace?
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Except #3's mistakes aren't typos. He can't spell & has a worse command of grammar than a 4th grade ESL (English as a Second Language) student. In fact I've used his tweets as an exercise for 4th graders- who can find the mistake the fastest.
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1. Diet cereals - Most breakfast cereals are loaded with sugar and refined grains. High sugar consumption is harmful and may increase your risk of several diseases.
2. Instead of bottled Smoothies or packed juice your own fruit, or use another liquid. You can try water or coconut water. The liquid from young coconuts is quite sweet. Unsweetened almond milk, flax milk, soy milk, and hemp milk are great nondairy substitutes. Regular milk can work, too. Just be mindful of the additional calories.
3. The nutritional value of granola bars varies widely, and certain brands may have more calories, protein, fiber, and sugar than others.Granola bars are often highly processed and contain added sugar, artificial sweeteners, and sugar alcohols, which can negatively impact health.
4. Dried fruit is relatively high in calories and sugar. Common dried fruits contain 38–66% sugar, and eating too much of them may contribute to weight gain and various health problems.
5. Canola Oil - Some studies suggest that canola oil may increase inflammation and negatively impact memory and heart health. However, more studies are needed.
6. Some magazines considered pork rinds as healthy but they are a kind of junk food.
7.Veggie chips veggie chips are made from real vegetables and potato chips are made from real potatoes, but that doesn't make them healthy. You'll get small amounts of key nutrients when you eat veggie chips, but you also need to consider the fat and sodium content of the snack before digging in.
8. With instant oatmeal, the packages often have loads of added sugar and salt and artificial coloring. Read the labels and see what you’re getting.
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Chronic stress & exhaustion is killing us. Your physical health is the product of your thoughts & behaviors.
KEEP IT SIMPLE:
positive self talk
Make these daily habits (baseline) then slowly add to your list.