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Exercise and Assignment | Options Trading For Beginners
Understanding exercise and assignment is important for new options traders. In this video, we discuss both exercise and assignment in-depth. More specifically, you'll learn what happens calls and puts are exercised, and what happens to traders who are short those options. Additionally, you'll learn how extrinsic value is lost when an option is exercised, and how traders are chosen to be assigned on their short option positions. Lastly, you'll learn how to assess the likelihood of early assignment on a short option position. ---- Sign up for our FREE newsletter to receive our options trading research collection: https://www.projectoption.com Premium Options Trading Courses: https://www.projectoption.com/options-trading-courses/ ---- Music: You're No Help - Silent Partner https://youtu.be/wK6bwkuUYRo
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How To Buy And Sell A Put Option On Robinhood App Options Trading
When you're first starting out learning how to trade options it may seem overwhelming. There is so much information out there on how to buy or sell options but in this series of videos we hope to simplify it for you. When you buy a put you are assuming the stock will go. We walkthrough buying and selling a put on the Robinhood app platform. Join US vs HERD's free options trading group: http://bit.ly/UVHFreeOptionsGroup Follow and listen to our Spotify playlist: http://bit.ly/WorkEthicPlaylist Connect with Nick — Twitter: https://twitter.com/NickDChow Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nickdchow Connect with US vs HERD — Twitter: https://twitter.com/USvsHERD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/usvsherd Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/USvsHERD robinhood app for beginners options trading robinhood options trading explained robinhood app tutorial
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Decision Making Games - Decision Making #48
Subscribe to our channel to see all our Team Exercises for free: http://www.youtube.com/teamexercises?sub_confirmation=1 Search through all the 101 team exercises and find the one you need on: http://www.teamexercises.info --~-- This is one of our decision making games in which the team will improve their decision making skills by making choices under time pressure. The trainer guides the team into a fantasy. You tell them their airplane crashed and they are on an uninhabited island and have to decide unanimously what objects they take from the burning airplane. In the second part of the exercise they have to decide who is going to survive and will stay alive. Because of the time pressure of ten minutes the team learn how to effectively make choices. During the exercises the trainer can apply variations to the exercise: Variation 1: When the group is big than you can arrange the group into smaller groups with around five persons. Variation 2: When you are doing the exercise with more smaller groups you can, after the exercise has finished, mingle the groups and do the exercise again. But now with a 5 minute time limit, instead of 10! Variation 3: After the fantasy exercise is played you can tell the team to make real decisions in the same manner. So also come to a decision within ten minutes. For example: what kind of team day they are going to do. This will help them to come up with a decision without very long doubting about the pro's and con’s of a decision. You can also give them a consequence when they didn't make a decision within the ten minutes. For example that they have to watch a bad movie for three times in a row! Do you know a good variation? Please type it below this video as a comment! Music in this video: Bicycle - Reunited van Kevin MacLeod is gelicentieerd onder een Creative Commons Attribution-licentie (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Bron: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100870 Artiest: http://incompetech.com/
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Why you should define your fears instead of your goals | Tim Ferriss
The hard choices -- what we most fear doing, asking, saying -- are very often exactly what we need to do. How can we overcome self-paralysis and take action? Tim Ferriss encourages us to fully envision and write down our fears in detail, in a simple but powerful exercise he calls "fear-setting." Learn more about how this practice can help you thrive in high-stress environments and separate what you can control from what you cannot. The TED Talks channel features the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and more. Follow TED on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TEDTalks Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/TED
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How Does Exercise Impact Weight Loss?
Developed and produced by http://www.MechanismsinMedicine.com Animation description: In this animation, we discuss the concept of physical activity and exercise as they relate to obesity. In humans there is a fine balance between energy intake and energy expenditure. Energy intake is in the form of food, and energy expenditure is in the form of the basal metabolic rate and physical activity. The difference between energy intake and energy expenditure is the net energy balance. If intake exceeds expenditure, then a net positive energy balance occurs. Energy expenditure depends on a number of factors. This includes the starting body weight, the basal metabolic rate and physical activity. With regards to physical activity, there are several key variables including the frequency, intensity, duration and type of activity done. Let us now examine energy consumption. One honey glazed donut is shown which has approximately 300 kilocalories. The energy intake from the consumed donut is equal to the energy consumed by moderate walking for 30-60 minutes, at 3.0 miles per hour. If an individual walks for an hour at 3 miles per hour. They will expend approximately 300 kilocalories, the same as what was contained in the consumed donut. If an individual walks daily for one hour at approximately 3 miles per hour. This type of activity would lead to weight loss. This assumes that the individual does not consume any extra calories and has a net negative energy expenditure. If this activity continues for a period of two to four months, body weight is reduced as depicted. The initial weight loss is the result of a negative net energy balance. The negative energy balance is because energy expenditure exceeds energy intake. After the initial weight loss, the individual continues to do the same type of exercise, that is, 1 hour of moderate walking daily. The chart depicts changes in body weight over time. Individuals are surprised and frustrated that his weight is not continuing to decrease despite regular walking. They have reached a plateau. The reason behind the weight loss pleateau is that with decreased body weight, the basal metabolic rate also decreases. When the basal metabolic rate decreases, there is a decrease in total energy expenditure. If the discouraged individual quits his daily walking exercise. The weight is gained again, at a quicker pace. The weight is re-gained as a result of a positive energy balance being created. Energy expenditure is now less since the physical activity has been stopped. By keeping the same intensity and duration of walking without making any changes in the diet (energy intake) the man would enter a weight maintenance phase. This is characterised by gaining a small amount of weight. The weight maintenance is the result of an energy balance being established within the body, where energy intake essentially equals energy expenditure. If there is no change in energy balance, there will not be any further change in weight. What must be done to end the weight loss plateau? Several options exist to maintain a negative net energy balance. These involve either decreasing energy intake or increasing energy expenditure. Options include: restricting calories further or increasing the frequency, or the intensity or the duration of the exercise. In summary then, weight loss plateau's are expected and can only end with continued exercise and a net negative energy balance. Stopping exercise or increasing calories will lead to weight gain. If one continues to exercise to maintain a net negative energy balance weight loss will be promoted.
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1 Total Body Exercise to Test Your "ATHLETIC" STRENGTH!
More Total Body Exercise Workouts: http://athleanx.com/x/getathleticstrength Total body exercise options have the biggest ability to help you build new muscle since they integrate many muscle groups together into one exercise. That said, when it comes to building strength, you have lots of options. Not just in the number of exercise choices you have but also the type of strength that you're looking to build. To me, there are two types of strength...brute strength building exercises and athletic strength building exercises. For an exercise to help you build athletic strength it has to be able to challenge you in all three planes of motion. 3-D Strength as I like to call it. When an exercise challenges you in all three planes it helps you to integrate muscles together that often prefer to work together. In doing so, the end result is a total body exercise that can help you grow bigger AND more functional and athletic at the same time. This is the premise of ATHLEAN-X Training. Training like an athlete so that you can look like an athlete. To have a physique full of athletic muscle you have to train with athletic exercises. For more total body exercises like this that help you to develop more lean muscle and to function like an athlete at the same time head to http://athleanx.com and grab the 90 day complete training system ATHLEAN-X. Learn from celebrity trainer Jeff Cavaliere just how to train like the top professional athletes train. It's time to get ATHLEAN
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My Favorite BODYWEIGHT Bicep Exercise (PEAKS!)
Complete Bodyweight Workout - http://athleanx.com/xero Subscribe to this channel here - http://bit.ly/2b0coMW Some people think that there are no good bodyweight bicep exercise options for building bigger biceps. That simply isn’t true. In this video, I’m going to show you a bicep exercise you can do without any fancy equipment that will not only help you to build bigger bis but will help you to put some serious peaks on them at the same time. All you need to do this is a pullup bar. Of course, a simple doorway pullup bar purchased from any sporting goods store is perfectly capable of doing the job here. The key is for you to first identify what your goal for training is since you can do this particular biceps exercise two different ways. If you feel that you never get a great contraction on any of the exercises you do in your arm workouts, you can use this as an activator if you do it as an isometric. The exercise is the chin hang and you want to do it as the first thing in your arm workout if you want to use it to prime your bis for the rest of the exercises to come. You should feel the most incredible contraction ever in your bicep muscle if you get this right and remember to do it completely fresh in your training. By virtue of having your elbows flexed hard, your middle and ring fingers squeezing the bar to act as an isometric supinator, and your arms in front of your body to flex your shoulders, you are getting a complete contraction on your biceps. Simply jump up to the bar and squeeze for dear life. Remember not to let the angle of your arm close down too much here or you will shift the focus of the contraction to the lats rather than the bis. Also, you want to be sure you are really squeezing hard through those last two fingers so you get the feel of trying to twist the bar in your hands. If you would rather use this exercise as the perfect bicep workout finisher, the only two things you will change about it are the time you do it and the method you use when doing it. First, the time. Obviously as a finisher you are going to want to do this after you have completed all of your bicep exercises in your workout. Just when you thought you had enough, you throw in one or two final sets of this. Jump up to the bar and slowly fight the descent. Your one and only goal is to not let your body drop down to the floor. Pretend that you are hanging over a pit of molten lava if necessary, just don’t drop your feet to the ground. You want to use the same mechanics as you did on the first application of the exercise, except this time you will likely be much more fatigued and find that you just can’t hang as long as you did in the beginning. If you really want to push your biceps to the limit, quickly jump back up to the bar for a second, third or fourth round (if your feet hit the floor) until you simply cannot control the descent at all. You will have reached true negative failure. Here is where you are able to push yourself through the limit and into the zone where muscle gains are sparked. For a complete workout program that uses nothing but your own bodyweight to train your biceps, chest, back, legs and the rest of your body be sure to head to http://athleanx.com and get the ATHLEAN XERO program. No bands, bars, or benches are used while you are still able to carve out bicep peaks and a complete athletic body with just your own body. For more bodyweight biceps workouts and exercises you can do without equipment, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at http://youtube.com/user/jdcav24
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Top 5 WORST Ab Exercise Mistakes!
Ab workouts with every program - http://athleanx.com/x/my-workouts Subscribe to this channel here - http://bit.ly/2b0coMW When it comes to ab exercises, there are five big mistakes that you could be making that are preventing you from getting your six pack to show at its best. In this video, I’m going to show you the worst ab exercise mistakes that you could be making and more importantly, how to correct them. You will learn about the ab movements that work the best and the ones that are not worth your time. To start, it is important to discuss the role of nutrition in abs. Despite what some people will tell you or lead you to believe, you will never have great looking abs or a six pack if you do not get your nutrition in check first. What you eat and the diet you follow are crucial to seeing your ripped abs year round. If you refuse to eat healthy then you will never have body fat levels low enough to be able to see the results of your hard work in the gym. That said, it is time to discuss the exercise mistakes that you may be making but will be able to fix today. First is how much you may be cheating your reps on every ab exercise. Think about it. When you are doing crunches, do you ever pull on your neck? If so, you are likely doing this to trick your eyes into thinking that your shoulders are getting high enough off the ground to constitute a good rep. They are not. Likewise, you may be pushing into the ground with your hands or using momentum to swing your legs up while doing lower ab exercises. Neither of these are going to help you get a good contraction in your ab muscles and will limit the success you will see from your ab training over time. The next thing you could be doing is not training your abs frequently enough. Many people think that they will just get in their ab work with stabilization of the core on their bigger lifts. This simply isn’t true. If you want to get a ripped six pack you will need to include frequent direct ab training into your workouts. In fact, your squat and other big lifts will likely benefit from the inclusion of these extra ab workout sessions. Next, you will want to be sure that you are doing enough hanging ab exercises. Yes, they are more difficult but they are also more capable of delivering positive changes to your ab muscles than doing lots of reps of much easier ab movements. If you want to see your greatest success from training abdominals you will want to opt for some of these more challenging ab exercise options for sure. When it comes to ab development, one thing you want to avoid at all costs are bloated looking abs. One of the ways this happens most is by confusing the fact that you should be breathing out during contraction while at the same time pushing out. You want to learn to breathe out but contract down and cinch your waist tighter. You never want to push your belly out while contracting on a rep of your ab exercises. Finally, stop thinking about just your abs. If you start to see just how important the serratus, obliques and even your adductors are to the development of your core, you will see a real fast improvement in how your midsection looks. I have a complete video called the Holy Trinity of Ab Training that is a must watch if you want to see exercises for the obliques and serratus that will help you to get this right. You can also see here how to engage the adductors in almost any ab exercise to get more from it. The bottom line is, if you want to get great abs you have to start by avoiding these 5 worst ab exercise mistakes. Correcting them is not that hard. Once you have and you are ready for lots of new ab exercises that you can do, head to http://athleanx.com and pick the program that is best suited to your current goals. For more ab workouts and the 5 worst exercises that you need to stop doing, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at http://youtube.com/user/jdcav24
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This Exercise Treats Shin Splints! Tibialis Anterior Strengthening
Download My Workout App Exerprise FREE - https://bit.ly/2JjlXp6 Official Anabolic Aliens video of This Exercise Treats Shin Splints! Tibialis Anterior Strengthening. Subscribe to Anabolic Aliens: http://bit.ly/2oG68lJ Watch more: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtQmcQeXvpL-75hdY83ERe5hlCB72K6ZS This exercise can help prevent shin splints and reduce inflammation. The purpose of this exercise is to strengthen the tibialis anterior muscle. As a shin splints treatment, this will help significantly with running pain thus improving sprints, athleticism, and explosiveness. Incorporate this into your training if you have ever suffered from shin splints, if you're trying to make your calves look bigger since it works a very underdeveloped area, and also to improve overall leg power! CONTACT US: ➢ Official Anabolic Aliens Website - http://www.anabolicaliens.com ➢ Email Address (Business Inquiries Only) - [email protected] OUR PARTNERS: ➢ HearthStone Native Coffee - http://bit.ly/2zRVF95 ➢ MuscularStrength Website - http://bit.ly/2xrdhqY ➢ Bear Grips Fitness Accessories 15% Off Code 'ANABOLICALIENS15' - http://bit.ly/2k2RQGd FOLLOW ANABOLIC ALIENS: ➢ Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/anabolicaliens ➢ Instagram - http://instagram.com/anabolicaliens ➢ Twitter - http://twitter.com/AnabolicAliens ➢ Eric's Bodyspace - http://bodyspace.bodybuilding.com/cue516 ➢ Mike's Bodyspace - http://bodyspace.bodybuilding.com/rosaripped WATCH MORE ANABOLIC ALIENS: ➢ Recent Uploads - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtQmcQeXvpL-qaarc8yo5cH9sW2gZifV0 ➢ Popular Videos - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtQmcQeXvpL81G9Zt4r6cnf0bsFDDuXgP ➢ Intense 5 Minute At Home Workouts - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtQmcQeXvpL8LgPBwQDdQJwhIrIEXlpFr ➢ Intense 5 Minute Dumbbell Workouts - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtQmcQeXvpL_KpcS-J1m-fPRXWC-tZa-q ➢ Intense Tabata At Home Workouts - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtQmcQeXvpL9tqz4oInJAiHoJujRviIaD ➢ Intense Tabata DUMBBELL Workouts - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtQmcQeXvpL-J8jbTwGTqiFgq-bqqjJDX ➢ Gain Muscle - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtQmcQeXvpL8Y80LmIsU_J9SLzzMZ6d6p ➢ Intense 10 Minute AT HOME Workouts - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtQmcQeXvpL-ZMc1xO2yGHTROOS79h8MN -- -- -- -- -- - Two guys who want to do all they can to help motivate, educate, entertain, and inspire. We promise to always keep it 100% honest and real. We appreciate everyone who supports us and will always give it our all in putting out the best possible content as well as doing our best in always answering everyone who reaches out to us. HAVE NO LIMITS AND NEVER SETTLE!!! Anabolic Aliens consists of Mike Rosa & Eric Cue Make sure you're subscribed for: fitness, workouts, routines, lifting, training, sports, exercises, nutrition, health, wellness, injury prevention, powerlifting, bodybuilding, motivation, aesthetics, shredding, bulking, tips, advice, vlogs, entertainment, comedy, information, truth, and so much more!
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Doing Mewing
Help our Cause! Join our Patreon Community: https://www.patreon.com/orthotropics For Direct Donations: https://www.paypal.me/orthotropics Meal time exercise; https://youtu.be/z2IbjHQOdWY Tongue chewing; https://youtu.be/ZNocCJNicrc Abs walk; https://youtu.be/oX3AlUYRZIQ Suction hold; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y6h3-wsqLNA Jude Law video; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijFkcLMmSJI The campaign, please sign it; https://preventcrookedteeth.com/ Do not underestimate the value of 2hrs exercise (1hr meal time exercise and 1hr tongue chewing) each day every day over time. This channel is part of the International Association of Facial Growth Guidance. A nonprofit organisation which aims to raise awareness of alternative orthodontic methods and ideas, which too few people are informed of. The main aim of the platform is to precipitate debate on why teeth are crooked. Most people are not aware that (in most cases) the dental profession has little or no idea why the teeth are crooked, or for that matter why children need major surgery. Clearly there are genetic issues, however the science is clear, the weight of quality research papers, in respected peer reviewed journals, show that our modern lifestyle is a more important factor and most importantly we can do something about this. This is especially important as sleep apnoea, TMD, forward head posture and a most otolaryngology problems are implicated as other symptoms of the same underlying problem. Disclaimer; We regularly post discussions and debates from guests and colleges. The IAFGG is not responsible for all the opinions, statements or content of the material posted, especially that from guess lecturers. The organisations web site is; www.orthotropics.com The secretary can be contacted at: Orthodontic Health Limited Email: [email protected] Tel. No: 00442086603695 Address: 16A Pampisford Road Purley Greater London United Kingdom CR8 2NE This channel also acts as a forum to make openly, speculative suggestions, to find common ground with other professionals (in both related and seemingly unrelated fields), educated lay people and members of the public at large, to either support or detract on the information provided, but either way engage in the scientific process. In the pursuit of the truth it is normal in science to make speculative comments which may not have full scientific support, and we welcome feedback and discussion. In general, the videos posted on this web site are not advertisements, and will clearly be labelled as such if necessary. Apart from educational books, the association does not sell anything or encourage anyone to have any form of treatment. It does aim to make people think, consider all options, ask questions and become fully informed. Much of what is discussed on this site is not available from even the registered members, however a list of members is available on the web site, https://orthotropics.com. Orthotropics essential means straight or correct growth. If your faces grows well it tends to work well. The concept is based on the Tropic Premise; https://www.watkinsdentalsurgery.com.au/article.php?aid=33 The underlying pathology of malocclusion and the related symptoms is referred to as Craniofacial Dystrophy; http://www.nature.com/bdj/journal/v216/n10/full/sj.bdj.2014.401.html The association feels that it should be possible to prevent or at least minimise the level of craniofacial dystrophy through simple public health measures.
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6 GREATEST EXERCISES (Old School Edition!!)
Build muscle size and strength fast by training like an athlete here http://athleanx.com/x/pro-athlete-training-protocol Some exercises get labeled as “old school” and in some people’s minds, that’s supposed to be a bad thing. That couldn’t be further from the truth. In this video, I’m showing you the best exercises ever for building old school muscle size and strength and how to make each one work faster for you. I’m going to show you the best tips for each of these great exercises to get more out of each of these iron classics. Each of the exercises listed in this video is included because of the low risk high reward that it offers. As a physical therapist and strength coach for professional athletes, I have to know where to draw the line between the two. These exercises have stood the test of time in many strength and conditioning programs because they flat out work, and when done safely, work for a long time. The 6 greatest exercises in this old school edition video are as follows: 1. Bench Press - There is no escaping the bench press as one of the best upper body movements you can do. That said, it may not be the best chest building exercise option, unless you make one important change. Start narrowing your grip on the bar to no wider than shoulder width if you want to start building a bigger chest with this exercise. Keeping your hands too far apart on the bar prevents your opportunity of adducting your arms and therefore limiting your chest size. 2. Overhead Shoulder Presses - The behind the neck version of this exercise actually wound up in my iron graveyard as part of the 5 worst exercises because of the damage it can do to your shoulder. Doing your presses in front of your body however allows for a much safer position at the shoulder joint. That said, there is still a limitation on how much deltoid activation you get by pressing with a barbell since it limits the natural pressing arc of the shoulders. Switch to dumbbells and start to press up in a pyramid shape and you’ll start seeing cannonballs develop in your shoulders in no time. 3. Pullups - The pullup may very well be the king of the upper body exercises. It is a classic bodyweight exercise that can be weighted to allow for even more muscle overload and growth. If you want to start getting more back and lat gains from this movement however you have to start leaning back rather than pulling straight up. In addition, don’t forget to plug your energy leaks. Tighten your quads, glutes, abs, and calves to stiffen up everything from the chest down. Now lift up and perform your pullups and you’ll see that you can get many more reps than you could normally. 4. Squats - The squat is one of the greatest and most functional lower body exercises you can do and is a staple of all old school iron programs. That said, there are many problems people have with performing it correctly. As someone that deals with knee issues myself, I can tell you many of them boil down to the biomechanics of the exercise. If you want to build strength faster you will have to pay attention to the angle of your back and shin at all times. Keep the two angles the same throughout each rep and you will be in a better position to lift more weight and get more gains from this exercise. 5. Deadlifts - This great exercise is one of the most classic old school exercises of all time. It relies on a proper hip hinge however and that can be tricky to pull off correctly each time. To do so, lower the bar until with nothing but hip hinge until it reaches the level of the knees. From here, bend the knees only to lower the bar to the floor. Reverse the sequence to get it back up to the top. 6. Barbell Curls - This great arm building exercise allows you to move some serious weight and build big biceps. That said, you have to be willing to use a little body english and slow down your reps if you want to get the most out of this movement. Cheat your reps on the way up (but not beyond vertical) and try to lower the bar to a count of three if you want to make this great arm exercise even greater. For the safest and best exercise options it's time you start training like an athlete. Follow the program used by today's top pro athletes to build ripped athletic muscle while protecting their joints and becoming more resilient to injury. Get the ATHLEAN-X program at http://athleanx.com For more videos and tips to help you avoid the worst exercises and to get the best advice on training, nutrition and supplementation, be sure to subscribe to our channel at http://youtube.com/user/jdcav24
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The DUMBEST Chest Exercise Ever (WARNING!!)
Train with me for 90 days - http://athleanx.com/x/my-workouts Subscribe to this channel here - http://bit.ly/2b0coMW There are many different chest exercises for building a bigger chest. The key to selecting which chest exercise you’re going to do is to make sure you actually do the ones that work. In this video, I’m going to show you two versions of a cable fly that are completely worthless. One is actually hard to believe that it was even conceived by anyone with even a single workout under their belt. The modification of it, is nearly just as bad. The idiocy of this chest exercise underscores a very important point when it comes to programming workouts. Be careful who you get your advice from. Anyone can grab a cable and pretend to know what they are talking about but lack every bit of understanding about human biomechanics. This is actually downright irresponsible and dangerous. Here on our channel, we make sure you aren’t needing these wasteful exercises. By putting the science back in strength, I show you there are much better options. Here is no exception. So why is this newest chest exercise such a waste of time? There are three main reasons. The first of which is that in an exercise stated to help you get a great chest contraction, the lack of full horizontal adduction at the shoulder limits how full that contraction actually is. Stopping with the arm in the neutral position and not crossing midline is like bringing a biceps curl up to the mid point. Full chest contraction can only occur with the arm crossing midline, period. The next issue is that the chest exercise shown by Jesse lacks the concentric or active shortening of the chest muscle. Just because you change the position of the limb under a single isometric contraction doesn’t mean that you are achieving active shortening of the pecs or a concentric contraction at all. While isometrics have a place in your training and should definitely be included, they also should come with the understanding that one of their main benefits is that they allow for a much stronger contraction than a traditional concentric. This means, you should be able to increase the weight that you use isometrically and train with a weight that exceeds what you would lift concentrically if properly programmed. This is where the entire exercise falls apart again. Due to the starting position of the exercise occurring with your chest in its weakest point in the range of motion, you are forced to use an extremely light weight. By the time that arm gets into the peak contracted state, the light weight that was used and dictated by the starting position is far too little of a challenge where you want it the most. Instead of trying to achieve results through meaningless exercises, it would be better to do the cable fly press shown at the end. First, because the flys are being done with cables you have the ability to keep the resistance on the pecs throughout the range of motion (most notably at the top in the peak contraction state of the chest). Secondly, you can cross midline and get full horizontal adduction at the shoulder (something that is not possible in a traditional dumbbell fly). Thirdly, the lockout position of the cables at the bottom prevents overextension of the arm and injury to the shoulder joint that is all too possible with dumbbells when doing a fly on a bench unsupported. Beyond that however, much more effective than the standing cable reverse fly (which is stupid if I haven’t mentioned that) you have the ability to use heavier weights that are better suited to match your strength in the contracted position of the exercise and are not holding back your entire exercise by virtue of being a slave to what you can lift in the weakest point of the exercise. By shortening the moment arm and bringing your hands to your chest at the bottom you have the ability to press heavier weights and still benefit from the eccentric overaload and isometric hold should you so choose. If you are looking for exercises that build a bigger chest then you first have to understand how the body moves. Anybody can grab a cable and start swinging their arms around but is it really helping you to build muscle or in this case a bigger chest? Start putting the science back in strength and head to http://athleanx.com and get the ATHLEAN-X Training System. Real science, real athletes, real results from a real pro athlete trainer. For more videos on how to build a bigger chest and the best chest exercises to do that, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at http://youtube.com/user/jdcav24
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Worst Leg Exercise for Low Back (NOT WHAT YOU THINK!)
Get ripped in 90 days - http://athleanx.com/x/my-workouts Subscribe to this channel here - http://bit.ly/2b0coMW The worst exercise for your low back is not squats or deadlifts. No, in fact if done properly I would argue that both of those leg exercises are capable of fortifying your lower back against breakdown and damage. In this video, I’m going to show you the leg exercise that is causing you the most lower back pain without you even knowing it. The thing about the exercise is that it often creates a delayed response and therefore makes it difficult to identify as the root cause of your pain. The leg movement I’m talking about is lying hamstring curls. The issue isn’t so much in the effect it has on the hamstrings but what is happening on the other side of the legs (in the psoas) that is causing your low back to hate you. First, it must be said that there is a bit of irony to the exercise in the first place. While the hamstring does in fact have two functions; hip extension and knee flexion, the strengthening of knee flexion with a hamstring curl isn’t even necessary if you are talking about ground based athletic activities and sports. Knee flexion in this environment is something we are given for free by gravity and by letting our body give in to the force of gravity and lower to the ground. Active knee flexion is not something that is needed in order to get us down to the ground. Now, hip extension is another matter. Strengthening your legs and their ability to pull your hips into extension behind the body is going to serve you well in every single activity you perform on the ground and in sports. So that said, the application of strengthened knee flexion is a bit misdirected and not even that necessary in the first place. That said, the lying leg curl is going to target the knee flexion function of the hamstrings and provide resistance while doing so. The issue comes in when you attempt to either cheat the weight up as fatigue sets in or just try and squeeze out a few more reps. The built in cheat is that you will rely on the isometric contraction of your deep hip flexors to shorten the moment arm on the hamstrings and help to bring your butt closer to your heel rather than the heel closer to the butt. This tricks the body into thinking that you have achieved a full rep when you really have not. The push of the hip flexors into the pad will pop your butt up into the air and allow you to continue the movement. The problem lies in what this does to the hip flexors. Often times, this will cause a reflex spasm in the psoas that can cause great discomfort in the muscles of the lumbar spine and the psoas attachment to the lower lumbar vertebrae. Often times people will feel very sore the next day in their low backs after leg day and think that they must have done something wrong when squatting or deadlifting when neither was to blame. Instead you want to focus on hamstring exercises that prioritize hip extension and if they are going to include resisted knee flexion then they do so without counter force on the hip flexors. Things like glute bridges, glute bridge and curls, physioball hamstring curls, barbell hip thrusts and glute ham raises are all great options. With the glute ham raise you want to be sure you are keeping your torso long throughout the range of motion and not shortening the body by doing the same wrong thing with your hip flexors. All in all, picking the right exercises for your legs comes down to finding those that are capable of causing the greatest gains while at the same time preventing damage and injury to your lower back. If you want to train like an athlete and get this right every time, head to http://athleanx.com and get the ATHLEAN-X Training System. For more videos on the best leg exercises for building bigger legs and how to avoid low back pain while squatting, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at http://youtube.com/user/jdcav24
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Loaded Carries - The Most Functional Exercise?
Loaded carries may well be one of the most functional movements you can perform in the gym and one of the best options for increasing stability, work capacity, CNS endurance, balance, gait, posture and more. The idea is simple: you pick up a heavy object and then carry it for 400 yards or more. You can do this in numerous ways: the farmers' walk involves holding two weights on either side, the zercher carry means carrying weight infront of you in the crook of your elbows, the suitcase carry means holding weight on one side... Either way, you're going to be using your stabilizing muscles to keep yourself balanced and this can greatly increase your general stability - awesome for wrestling and maintaining your balance. It's hugely taxing on the nervous system and is a great form of resistance cardio, which makes it excellent for increasing work capacity. PLUS it's great grip training and provides isometric holds for the traps and biceps. What makes this so functional is simple: it's an exercise we actually USE in our daily lives. We often need to move something heavy from one side of a room to another. Whether carrying shopping, moving furniture, or wearing a rucksack. I've got a bunch of variations for you here too! The blog: http://www.thebioneer.com Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/thebioneer Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thebioneer Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/thebioneer Music Credit ------------ Olivaw - Chasing the Light
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(B.A/B.SC Mathematics) Calculus : Indeterminate Forms (Exercise - 1)
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World’s Most Dangerous Exercises! (UPRIGHT ROWS)
All gains, no pain, one program - http://athleanx.com/x/the-plan Subscribe to this channel here - http://bit.ly/2b0coMW Years back I threw the upright row exercise into my 5 worst exercises of all time, and buried it in my iron graveyard. Today, I’m revisiting the upright row and all its variations to see if it needs to be dug up or buried even deeper as I cover my “World’s Most Dangerous Exercises”, continuing right here at the shoulder joint. When I included this originally, I gave my reasons for doing so. Remember, there is no personal axe to grind for me against any particular exercise or movement. I start out with a blank slate with them all and unless given a reason to dislike them…love them all! As a physical therapist, I am trained to look at an exercise on its own merit and determine whether it is something that is safe first and foremost and capable of producing results. In the case of the upright row, this shoulder exercise is one that needs to remain six feet under. Here’s why. The anatomy of the shoulder joint is such that there is a limited amount of space above the ball (in the ball and socket) for the bone itself as well as the other many important structures such as the rotator cuff tendons, bursa, and biceps tendon. When the shoulder joint is internally rotated (as you do with the upright row) you are rotating the greater tuberosity on the humerus directly into the joint, leaving less room for all of these structures. If on the other hand you externally rotated your upper arm at the shoulder joint, you would do the exact opposite. External rotation at the shoulder joint creates extra room for the ball to move within the socket and still leave room for the other structures mentioned before. When performing the upright row exercise however, you are forcing your shoulder joint not only into internal rotation but you are combining it with elevation. This simply does not anatomically sit well or rank as a safe motion (especially when you consider the repetitive nature in which you do it from set to set, workout to workout. Changing the hand position to be wider and using an ez curl bar, while slight improvements, do not come close to fixing the problem. The only way to overcome the inadequacy of the upright row is to stop using barbells and instead use dumbbells and perform something called the high pull. The high pull allows you to get your hands up and back behind your body when you lift them. This is due to the external rotation that can be obtained at the shoulder joint rather than the negatively impacting internal rotation. Because the dumbbells are not fixed in place or connected via a bar that cannot pass through your body, you can maneuver them this way to get the relief the shoulder joint is looking for to make this exercise safe. Mobility doesn’t solve the issue either. Increasing shoulder mobility at the expense of stability in a different part of the shoulder is not solving the problem. The bottom line is, this exercise is a bad exercise that deserves to stay buried in the iron graveyard. There are many other options for developing the delts and certainly the traps. For a complete workout plan that puts the science back in strength to give you your greatest muscle gains without unnecessary joint pain, head to http://athleanx.com and get the ATHLEAN-X Training System. For more videos on the 5 worst exercises as well as the best shoulder exercises for a shoulder injury, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at http://youtube.com/user/jdcav24
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How to Build Big Shoulders (WITH A SHOULDER INJURY!!)
Stop joint pain from holding back your gains with this… http://athleanx.com/x/stop-workout-joint-pain Learning how to build big shoulders in the face of shoulder joint pain can be one of the most challenging things you do in a gym. That is, unless you understand what is actually causing your shoulder pain and find exercises for shoulder pain that won’t aggravate the condition more than it already is. In this video, I show you how to build bigger shoulders with a shoulder injury, without having to stop going to the gym or lifting heavy all together. In order to get started you have to understand that there are many different types of shoulder injuries. Knowing which one you are dealing with is key to programming as specific a work around workout as you can. For instance, in my case, I’m dealing with a torn labrum in my right shoulder. This injury of the shoulder can make it very difficult to press overhead or perform many other shoulder exercises without pain due to the resulting instability that it causes in the joint. When you tear a labrum you are decreasing your stability because of the loss of suction provided by the labrum. This tear allows the head of the humerus to float too freely in the joint allowing it to impinge other structures or be susceptible to dislocation. Over time, your strength of your shoulders will dramatically decrease and your size could slowly fade away. That said, you also have to look to your back training for much of the inflammation of your shoulders that you are feeling when ultimately doing your pressing movements. Exercises like pullups, rows and one armed rows all place a great load on your shoulders with distraction. This is a recipe for disaster when it comes to labrum tears. You don’t have to avoid training your back all together however, not if you make the right exercise substitutions. For instance, you can do underhand chinups instead of pullups to take some of the strain off the shoulder. The biceps can kick in and assist the movement allowing you to pull without the pain. At the end of the day however, the key is realizing that with many injuries, stopping your training all together is rarely the best option. Instead, finding a way to pursue bigger shoulders or any other area while knowing how to work within your limits and around your pain is a key asset. The ATHLEAN-X Training System is a complete program designed by a physical therapist to help you do just that. Start training like an athlete and treating your body with the science it should be by heading to http://athleanx.com and getting the program today. For more videos on rotator cuff exercises and how to get big shoulders despite shoulder pain, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at http://youtube.com/user/jdcav24
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30 Days Weight Loss Challenge [Burn Fat At Home]
If you want a way to lose weight fast and effectively in 30 days or less - then this challenge is for you! This 30-Day Weight Loss Challenge is designed to be performed everyday for 30 days! Remember, you need to exercise everyday! The exercises are all body-weight (no gym and no additional weights necessary), which makes it perfect to be done at home. The workout structure is also built to make you burn as many calories in as little time possible. This will result in you burning extra fat in 30 days, getting in shape and looking awesome! So do the workout everyday and tell me your results in the comments below! I read all the comments and will reply 100%! Also make sure to subscribe to the channel to receive regular video workouts every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Good luck!❤️💪
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Free Weights vs Bodyweight Exercise
*NOW AVAILABLE* - PictureFit Tees, Tanktops, and more! Store: https://goo.gl/xoikRC Free Weights or Bodyweight Exercises: Which one is better? Come find out whether you should be using weights for your goals or just rely on your own bodyweight. Support PictureFit at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/picturefit Come join PictureFit on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/PictureFit/1642008206027371 Twitter: https://twitter.com/Picture_Fit Instagram: https://instagram.com/picturefit/ Please Like and Subscribe! Airport Lounge - Disco Ultralounge by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100806 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Picturefit on YouTube! I share some of my health and fitness tips with you. Come check out our content! New fitness topics on a weekly basis. Want to learn about more health and fitness topics? Ask it in the comments! Learn all you need to know and what to do at the gym. Learn about aerobics, strength, hypertrophy, power, and endurance! Sound Effect Credits to: http://www.freesfx.co.uk
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8 Best Bodyweight Exercises Ever (HIT EVERY MUSCLE!)
Build muscle with just your bodyweight (no equipment at all) here! http://athleanx.com/x/bodyweight-only-workout-plan With so many bodyweight exercises to choose from, picking the 8 best was certainly a challenge. That said, in this video I show you the 8 best bodyweight exercises you can do and how you can cover all the major muscles in your body with them. Most bodyweight workout routines are nothing more than glorified aerobics that cost you lean muscle while doing them. This doesn’t have to be the case. If you choose the right exercises and follow the proper progressions and regressions, bodyweight training can be just as effective at building muscle as any other workout. The 8 bodyweight exercises that were chosen are as follows: 1. Pullups - The pullup is one of the best back exercises you can do, even if you have access to a gym. Should you want a challenging alternative, I show you how to mix up your grip and perform the Commando Pullup for an even more intense back exercise with the added benefit of working your forearms and biceps. 2. Chin Up Knee Up - This exercise hits the biceps and abs equally hard as it breaks down the chinup into two parts. If you’re looking to get more out of your bodyweight exercises you have to put more in them. This is a perfect combination movement that helps you to kill two muscles with one move. 3. Slick Floor Bridge Curls - This posterior chain exercise hammers your glutes and hamstrings and happens to be one of the most intense bodyweight leg exercises you can do for this area. In fact, this exercise is as challenging as most weighted glute/ham exercises you’d have at your disposal if you were training in a gym. 4. Levitation Squats - Time to hit your quads with this awesome lower body no equipment exercise. By positioning your leg behind your body you make it easier to perform this single leg killer without having your balance be your limiting factor (as it may be during the pistol squat). Be sure to keep your back foot raised off the ground to keep the work on the front leg only. 5. Divebomber Pushups - You knew there would have to be a pushup variation in this list of 8 best bodyweight exercises in order to hit your chest. That said, this dive-bomber version hits your chest, shoulders and triceps equally hard at different points in the range of motion. Add the one and a half rep style for an even more advanced challenge. 6. Mule Kicks - This is a perfect bodyweight conditioning exercise that also puts an overload on your shoulders. Think of it as a closed chain plyometric bodyweight shoulder exercise that crushes your stamina at the same time. Sound fun? 7. Kickthrough Burpees - On this channel, we train like athletes. There may be no more athletic version of the burpee than this one, and that is why I love it. This is yet another bodyweight only movement that will challenge your upper body, lower body and core while pelting away at your ability to breathe. 8. Front Lever - Finally, the challenging front lever exercise lands the last spot on the 8 best bodyweight exercise list. Don’t worry if you can’t do it yet, you will. Just work your way up to it using a resistance band if needed. Want to become a bodyweight workout beast? Then look no further than the number one muscle building bodyweight workout plan ATHLEAN XERO. Without using a single piece of equipment, start building ripped, athletic muscle in just 6 weeks. You can find the program at http://athleanx.com along with our other workout programs. For more bodyweight exercises and workouts without equipment, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at http://youtube.com/user/jdcav24
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Exercise Bike Cardio XTR | HAMMER
HAMMER Ergometer Cardio XTR ►Shop now: http://www.hammer-fitness.co.uk/hammer-ergometer-cardio-xtr.html Work out effectively and go easy on your joints! With its high-quality fittings, the Cardio XTR from HAMMER is in the HA exercise bike class and is therefore your perfect workout partner for effective cardiovascular training at home. Thanks to the variety of exercise options, the exercise bike can be ideally used for both longer and shorter sessions. A longer workout that lasts about 30-60 minutes is ideally suited for working your cardiovascular system and intensely burning fat. A workout of this duration primarily gets energy from your lipometabolism, which is ideal for reducing body weight and fat. There is nothing to keep you from a thin and well-shaped body. Longer workouts on the exercise bike also have positive effects on your health: Your heart rate goes down, your heart and lungs work more economically, your blood values improve and your blood pressure sinks. You primarily improve your muscles when your workouts are shorter and more intense, lasting about 15-30 minutes. The muscles in your legs and buttocks are strengthened and your body defined through the dynamic, stressful workout The HAMMER Exercise Bike Cardio XTR – high-quality equipment Precise control via the workout computer The high-quality workout computer is the heart of the Cardio XTR exercise bike; it controls the strain and the arrangement of your workout. With a total of 18 workout programs, you can work out as often as you like without ever getting bored during your sessions. The strain control system is non-speed-dependent and can be set with up to 260 watt. The fitness programs include 12 programs with mountain and valley profiles 1 individually programmable mountain and valley profile 4 heart rate-controlled programs with upper heart rate limits 1 non-speed-dependent watt program The heart rate programs can either be done with specified upper heart rate limits (55%, 75%, 95%), or you can specify your own limit. The computer beeps to notify you when your values exceed your upper limit during your cardio training sessions at home. This means you will always stay in the right heart rate range. You have the option of measuring your heart rate via integrated hand heart rate sensors and an optional chest strap. After your workout you have the option of receiving your personal fitness grade. The workout computer calculates your level of fitness based on your resting heart rate and resorts your grade on a scale of 1-6- You performance values are shown on the clearly arranged LCD display, which is also easy to operate. Distance in meters and kilometres Time Calories burned Speed Pedal rate Heart rate Upper heart rate limit Individual fitness grade LCD Display Optimal workout ergonomics The exercise bike Cardio XTR from HAMMER is equipped with quality ball bearings and the tried-and-tested permanent magnet braking system to ensure quiet and harmonious motion. The drive for the 8kg centrifugal force is provided by a maintenance-free belt. Furthermore, all HAMMER exercise bikes are distinguished by the extremely low spacing between the pedals. This ensures a realistic bicycle feeling and guarantees optimal workout ergonomics. Both the handlebar and the seat on the Cardio XTR can be adjusted horizontally and vertically. Design and additional fittings Despite the comprehensive technical fittings, the exercise bike hardly takes up any space at all, and with dimensions of just 100 x 54 x 136 cm (L x W x H) when set up it can also be optimally used in smaller apartments. Practical rollers are attached to the feet for easy transport, allowing you to easily move the XTR around the room. The exercise bike is fully cladded and painted in a modern black and white HAMMER Cardio XTR workout tips: In order for your body to "boot up" all important functions and adjust to the increased workout strain, you should always start by warming up and pedalling for 5-10 minutes at a low watt level. Then increase the resistance by about 30% and ride at this level for an additional 30-40 minutes, depending on how much time your day allows. If you want to push your limits even more, slightly increase the intensity every 5 minutes and set the resistance extremely high for approximately 30 seconds. Run through a short cool-down (approx. 5-10 minutes) after your workout to bring your body back to a normal level. ► Follow Hammer Sport on: ➞ Y O U T U B E: https://www.youtube.com/user/hammersportde ➞ F A C E B O O K: https://de-de.facebook.com/HAMMERSPORTAG/ ➞ I N S T A G R A M: https://www.instagram.com/wir_sind_fitness/ ► or contact us at: ✉ [email protected]
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One exercise to treat achilles tendonitis
Achilles tendonitis, calf, and heel pain can really limit your function and ability to perform a deep squat while exercising or even get into proper position in BJJ such as being on active toes when in an opponent's guard. This exercise using an eccentric contraction ("negatives") to not only actively stretch the calf and foot, but to also strengthen the calf muscle in a pain-free way can really be effective. Instagram: the_jiujitsu_therapist Facebook: www.facebook.com/jiujitsuPT Twitter: jiujitsuPT
IRON FACE/OFF: Which Row is Best for Bigger Lats?
Your step by step complete plan - http://athleanx.com/x/my-workouts Subscribe to this channel here - http://bit.ly/2b0coMW If you could only do one row variation in your back workouts and your goal was getting bigger lats, which would you choose? In this video, I’m going to break down the one armed dumbbell row, the barbell row and the standing single arm high cable row. I will cover the pros and cons of each back exercise and come up with the single best version of them all things considered. Now, each of the rowing exercises covered here are great movements. They each belong in a complete back workout and training program. That said, due to the drawbacks and potential complications of one vs the other, the place in your program that you perform each of these becomes critically important to you seeing your best gains. For the purposes of this series, one of the exercises shown has to be selected above the others and that is where the science comes in to support that decision. In this Iron Face/Off exercise showdown, I am putting the three row variations head to head. First up is the one armed dumbbell row. Right away, the unilateral aspect of this movement allows you to isolate one side from the other and avoid any strength imbalances that could be hidden by an exercise like the barbell row that has both hands on the bar at the same time. Next, the freedom gained by the arm lets you get a full lat contraction by approximating the origin and insertion of the lat and bringing the elbow not just back but across the back towards the spine. The downside to this movement is that you are never able to get a good stretch on the lats and that the leg setup usually puts the groin in a vulnerable position for a hernia unless you square up the feet and do it in a more upright position. Finally, because the strength curve of the exercise places the highest demand when you are at your mechanical weakest, you will find that you have to limit the weight you are using on this row variation in order to get the most from the move. On the barbell row, the locking in of the hands on a fixed barbell eliminates the ability of fully contracting the lats because of the inability to fully adduct and extend the elbows. Beyond that, the amount of lower back strength required to perform this exercise is high, and a lack of it can lead to injury and compensation. That said, the athletic position from which you perform the barbell row is a great benefit to the move as well as the fact that you are able to load up the exercise with more weight than you can on the one armed row. Finally, the one armed cable high row is compared to both of these row exercise variations. Here, you will find that the stretch on the lat that is nonexistent on the other two versions is capable of being performed here. Because of this, the eccentric overload is much better (a key to creating muscle hypertrophy) and the ability to perform forced eccentrics after reaching failure on the concentric part of the lift is crucial as well. Once again, it’s an athletic position that the exercise is performed from and the lat can undergo a full contraction without the muscle imbalance issues. The only detriment to this version of the row is that it doesn’t help strengthen the lower back as the barbell row does but that is easily overcome with an alternative low back exercise included in your routine. As you can see, there are many pros and cons to these three row variations, but at the end of the day if I could choose only one for building a bigger back it would be the high cable row for the reasons explained. Not to mention among the benefits is that you can really load up the weight used on this exercise and perform the move for greater hypertrophy with very minimal compromise or downside. If you are looking for a program that puts the best exercises in your workouts at just the right time, head to http://athleanx.com and get the ATHLEAN-X Training System. See what it means to train like an athlete and watch how much faster your body responds and builds muscle by doing so. Use the right exercises at the right time for the right purpose and you will blow the roof off of what your genetic potential for building muscle really is. For more videos on how to build a bigger back and get wider lats, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at http://youtube.com/user/jdcav24
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How To Squat Without Knee Pain (4 Mistakes You’re Probably Making)
Today we’ll be covering how to squat properly to avoid knee pain when squatting or knee pain after squats. Squats are a fantastic compound exercise that allows you to develop muscles in your lower body. However, the amount of knee pain people experience following squats has made some wary of using this exercise. A few commonly made and easy to fix mistakes which I will cover in this how to squat video will allow you to safely perform squats without knee pain. I’ll cover what to do if you experience squats pain above knee or squats pain below knee or squatting pain behind the knee. The most common mistake people make is shifting weight forward and onto their toes; this means that the bar does not travel up vertically as they lift. Instead, this shift in weight transfers load to the knees and surrounding tendons and increase the risk of strain which can cause knee pain after squats or your knees to hurt when squatting. Applying weight through the entire foot will better distribute load across the hips, knees, and ankles. Knowing this is not always enough to do it, as stiff ankles are a common problem many athletes suffer from. The test shown in this video can help determine if you have stiff ankles. And if you find out that you do, there are a few options. I would recommend stretching and foam rolling the calves and shins prior to squatting. You could also alter your foot placement; using a wider stance and pointing your toes outwards may help work around a stiff ankle joint. Next, the hip flexors are a group of muscles composed of the iliopsoas and the rectus femoris. When activated, they stabilize the trunk, balance your center of gravity, and reduce pressure on the knees. During the squat, actively engage the hip flexors by visualizing these muscles pull you down as you lower the weight. To help do this, you may want to attach and hold onto a band above your head to supply counter resistance as you descend. Next, knee valgus is the inward collapse of the knees and is a common mistake people make when learning how to squat properly with weights. This causes instability in the knee and wears away cartilage, causing pain around the knee cap when squatting. To avoid knee valgus, its important to strengthen your gluteus medius muscles group, which is located on the outer aspect of your glutes. Reactive neuromuscular training (RNT) improves coordination and will allows for better activation of the lateral glutes during a squat. As shown in the video, you can use my all-in-one resistance band around your leg during an RNT split squat and force your knees apart to maintain alignment throughout the range of motion. This will strengthen the gluteus medius and help better coordinate its activation during your squat exercises. Lastly, doing too much, too soon is something that many people are guilty of when it comes to working out in the gym. Overloading the muscles and connective tissues can cause tendinopathy and significant pain around the joints. Too much volume can manifest as pain around the tendon attachment points both above and below the knee joint. But the good news is that reducing your training load has been shown to completely reverse tendinopathy over just a few weeks. Not everything needs to be reduced right away. Cutting back on some aspects of your lower body workout while being observant of the result this has on the pain in your knees is the way to go. Box squats can also be used here to allow you to control the amount of depth during the squat. According to research, the box squat also allows for more vertical shin angles and limits forward movement of the knees compared to a regular squat; this reduces the amount of stress placed on the knees and likelihood of knee pain. It’s absolutely vital that you pay close attention to how exactly you perform your exercises in order to prevent injuries overtime and to progress faster. For a complete evidence-based program that’s fully equipped with in-depth tutorials for each and every exercise so you can ensure you’re safely maximizing your muscle-building efforts in the gym, take the body type quiz below: https://builtwithscience.com/ BUILT WITH SCIENCE RESISTANCE BAND: https://shop.builtwithscience.com/collections/resistance-bands/products/all-in-one-band Thanks to 3D4Medical for the anatomy clips. https://3d4medical.tapptrk.com/9K84XQ/3QQG7/ *this is an affiliate link and I will receive a portion of the sale through the link. Thanks in advance!* FILMED BY: Abdo Megahid Instagram: @abdohmegahed MUSIC: Lakey Inspired – Fast Lane Music GRAPHICS: Vector art from Vecteezy.com Subscribe to this channel here: https://www.youtube.com/jeremyethier/?sub_confirmation=1
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What Actually Happens When You Have An Abortion?
Alabama is making a mistake with rolling back abortion rights. Find out why with real science! Video on Plan B: https://youtu.be/7Vozr9vHeMo Subscribe for more videos: http://bit.ly/asapsci GET THE ASAPSCIENCE BOOK: http://asapscience.com/book/ Created by: Mitchell Moffit and Gregory Brown Written by: Rachel Salt, Greg Brown and Mitchell Moffit Illustrated: by: Max Simmons Edited by: Sel Ghebrehiwot FOLLOW US! Instagram and Twitter: @whalewatchmeplz and @mitchellmoffit Clickable: http://bit.ly/16F1jeC and http://bit.ly/15J7ube AsapINSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/asapscience/ Snapchat: realasapscience Facebook: http://facebook.com/AsapSCIENCE Twitter: http://twitter.com/AsapSCIENCE Tumblr: http://asapscience.tumblr.com Vine: Search "AsapSCIENCE" on vine! SNAPCHAT US 'whalewatchmeplz' and 'pixelmitch' Created by Mitchell Moffit (twitter @mitchellmoffit) and Gregory Brown (twitter @whalewatchmeplz). Send us stuff! ASAPSCIENCE INC. P.O. Box 93, Toronto P Toronto, ON, M5S2S6 Further Reading--- http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(16)30380-4/abstract Abortion incidence between 1990 and 2014: global, regional, and subregional levels and trends http://www.sciencedirect.com.subzero.lib.uoguelph.ca/science/article/pii/S0010782405001058 Safety of mifepristone abortions in clinical use http://www.fda.gov/downloads/drugs/drugsafety/ucm088643.pdf Mifepristone medication guide https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9166323 Medical abortion in early pregnancy: a review of the evidence. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11814515 Misoprostol for women's health: a review. http://www.fqpn.qc.ca/main/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Mifepristone_Misoprostol_review-1.pdf Review of medical abortion using mifepristone in combination with a prostaglandin analogue https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25932839 Manual compared with electric vacuum aspiration for abortion at less than 6 weeks of gestation: a randomized controlled trial. http://www.nrlc.org/uploads/stateleg/NAFChapter11DE.pdf Dilation and Evacuation https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24411044 Vaginal cesarean section for second-trimester therapeutic abortion. https://www.guttmacher.org/report/characteristics-us-abortion-patients-2014 Characteristics of U.S. Abortion Patients in 2014 and Changes Since 2008 https://www.plannedparenthood.org/files/5113/9611/5527/Abortion_After_first_trimester.pdf ABORTION AFTER THE FIRST TRIMESTER http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0002937803021768 Dilation and evacuation at ≥20 weeks: comparison of operative techniques http://www.who.int/reproductivehealth/publications/general/lancet_4.pdf Unsafe abortion: the preventable pandemic https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22270271 The comparative safety of legal induced abortion and childbirth in the United States. http://www.cancer.org/cancer/breastcancer/moreinformation/is-abortion-linked-to-breast-cancer Is Abortion Linked to Breast Cancer? http://www.nytimes.com/2007/10/12/world/12abortion.html Legal or Not, Abortion Rates Compare http://spa.sagepub.com/content/11/1/28.abstract Analyzing the Effect of Anti-Abortion U.S. State Legislation in the Post-Casey Era https://web.archive.org/web/20110716212405/http://www.sogc.org/jogc/abstracts/full/200912_WomensHealth_1.pdf Unsafe Abortion: Global and Regional Incidence, Trends, Consequences, and Challenges https://www.healthlinkbc.ca/health-topics/tw2462 Dilation and Evacuation (D&E) for Abortion http://www.ourbodiesourselves.org/health-info/dilation-and-evacuation-abortion/ Dilation and Evacuation Abortion
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Feeling Trapped? You Have Options (journaling exercise)
Often times I find myself feeling trapped by the stories in my head. When I am trying to make a decision about a problem I am facing (or a problem I have invented), I limit myself to a very small number of options. Lately, I have been using this journaling exercise to break free. Replacing the story “these are my only options” with “I have so many options!” changes the way my mind works and my body feels. It gives me the power to shift and change. It puts me back in charge of my life, and frees me from my doubts and insecurities. Give it a try and see if it works for you. Music from www.ashamaluevmusic.com Thumbnail from www.pexels.com
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10 Surprising Things That  Happened When I Quit Drinking Alcohol
20% Off 1st Tiege Hanley System Code (alpha2m): http://www.tiege.com 20% Off Pete&Pedro Code: POSTTANK20 http://www.peteandpedro.com Pete & Pedro: http://www.peteandpedro.com My Website: http://www.iamalpham.com My Services and Products: http://www.aaronmarino.com Best Hair Product: http://www.peteandpedro.com Best Grooming Tool: http://amzn.to/1ri4OTn Tiege Hanley Skin Care: http://www.tiege.com All promotion and advertising inquiries: [email protected] Alpha M. App: http://www.alphamapp.com/ Best Hair Product: http://www.peteandpedro.com Best Grooming Tool: http://amzn.to/1YrOnCJ Free Hairstyle E-Book: http://www.iamalpham.com/ezine Pete & Pedro: http://www.peteandpedro.com FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/IAmAlphaM Twitter: https://twitter.com/IAmAlphaM Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aaronmarino/ My Businesses: Alpha M. Consulting: http://www.aaronmarino.com i am alpha m: http://www.iamalpham.com Pete & Pedro: http://www.peteandpedro.com MENfluential Media: http://www.menfluential.com StyleCon: http://www.mensstylecon.com Tiege Hanley: http://www.Tiege.com The other day a viewer asked Alpha how much he drinks which got him thinking about his journey of drinking alcohol. He always enjoyed drinking from 16 y/o and onward. He binge drank but never thought he had a problem. Further, he never saw himself not drinking because it was ingrained in his social behavior and life. In this video men's style, grooming, fitness and lifestyle expert, Aaron Marino of IAmAlphaM, AaronMarino, and Pete & Pedro talks about how he quit drinking by accident. Alpha used to dip tobacco for 16 years. He was crazy addicted and ashamed. He decided to quit in 2010, and he knew he had to quit alcohol because it was a trigger to nicotine. He went from drinking 30 - 40 drinks a week to 10 drinks a year. He loves a bourbon every once in a while as well as wine at a nice dinner. He hasn't been drunk in a LONG time. Ultimately, he has a better respect for alcohol. The moment he stopped tobacco and alcohol everything has exponentially and astronomically changed. All of the sudden, all of the cloudiness dissipated, and it felt incredible! His life is 1,000xs better in every aspect. Changes for Alpha as a Result of Not Drinking 1. He stopped doing stupid things 2. He felt awesome every day when he woke up 3. His mind was so much clearer, and his senses were heightened 4. He became more creative due to not being clouded by a hang-over and not feeling good 5. His productivity sky-rocketed 6. He started making more money due to more focus & productivity (as well as not spending as much money as drinking is expensive!) 7. He looked better including his skin 8. Staying in shape was so much easier after quitting drinking (combine calories from alcohol with crappy food that typically goes along with drinking) 9. He was proud of himself rather than hating himself for being self-destructive 10. He is happier! All of the benefits to not drinking outweigh that beer / wine / bourbon. He wouldn't trade all the money in the world for all of this clarity and sobriety. It's remarkable.
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***Best POSTURE exercise***
Hello and welcome :) This video will be looking at one of the greatest and simplest posture exercises that you can do to in the comfort of your own home! The key points are: - 1 x 5 minutes minimum - Perform EVERYDAY for at least 5 minutes - Neck MUST NOT be on the posture pole -Perform on a hard surface ( No mattress) To progress this exercise: - Increase by 1 minute per day until at least 10 minutes is reached - Begin to increase the thickness of your posture pole once a time limit of 10 minutes is achieved https://www.aaronchiropracticcentre.com/ https://www.facebook.com/aaronchiropractic/ https://plus.google.com/+AaronChiropracticCentre https://www.instagram.com/aaronchiro_bundaberg/ https://twitter.com/aaronchiro
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Bsc math calculus chapter 5 exercise 5.1 Part(6) Complete in Urdu S.M.Yousuf
In this video you will learn Bsc math calculus chapter 5 exercise 5.1 Part(6) Complete in Urdu S.M.Yousuf nth derivative of functions limits of two variable functions. Bsc caculus chapter 3. Rolles and mean value theorem.Riemann sum
I'll Believe It When I See It - 156 | Menopause Taylor
Have you ever said, “I’ll believe it when I see it”? You probably say it when you don’t believe some statistic that differs from what you’ve witnessed in your own life. Well, that little statement can limit your thinking your options and your life when it comes to menopause. Don’t let that happen to you. You’ll believe it when you see this video. -- Visit my website: https://menopausetaylor.me/ Click here to print the worksheet: https://menopausetaylor.me/wp-content/uploads/worksheet.pdf Click here to find the outline notes: https://menopausetaylor.me/wp-content/uploads/outline-notes.pdf Watch every Menopause Taylor episode from the beginning: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOUBdLFwUtyYimWltwfsEQneVYjIaMQH- Check out my book, Menopause: Your Management Your Way ... Now and for the Rest of Your Life: https://www.amazon.com/Menopause-Your-Management-Rest-Life/dp/143920795X?ie=UTF8&keywords=menopause%20barbie&qid=1461746042&ref_=sr_1_1&sr=8-1 Click to listen to my Radio Show: The State of Menopause in the World Today - https://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-Menopause-Managemen-29418093/ Connect with me on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Menopause-Barbie-356641841173232/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BarbieTaylorMD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/menopausebarbie/
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Option Brokers Assignment And Exercise Fees ✔ Stock Market
Trading Profits of $760 in just 72 seconds! TOP SECRET Formula! Click Here Now! http://tiny.cc/Profits-Auto-Pilot You've probably heard a lot about the brand new ABS software this week, but if not, here's what you're missing: http://tiny.cc/Profits-Auto-Pilot With AutoBinarySignals, you can: 1) Get started in just a few minutes from right now. 2) Can be used by Beginners. 3) Super-Accurate '80-100%' Leading Signals! 4) Uses a Risk/Reward Stabilizing System 5) Take revenge on the brokers who have happily taken all your cash for months. 6) Unqiue MPMIS - Multi-Indicator System 7) Use's a sepcialist Supply/Demand Price Predictor. 8) Auto-Adaptive Profit-Trade Technology™ 9) Earn a reputation as the binary trader "in the know". It is not important if you're just looking to just take a cheap $799 weekend cruise or your trying to create a livelihood from trading and want to earn $5,341.55 a week or even up to $9,711.09 in a day. With ABS, anything is possible for you. # # How to find out which pair and time frame is best to trade? The software scans 34 Forex pairs on all time frames from minute to monthly Click Here Now! http://tiny.cc/Forex_Trendy # #
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Prolapse, Pregnancy Exercise, and Cinnamon Water! | FemFusion Fitness
Q&A Thursday! I answer questions related to: prolapse (whether tight jeans can make it worse, and if prolapse can change throughout your monthly cycle), and offer a great exercise for pregnancy. This exercise is also wonderful for low back pain. Please note, this is general information and is NOT to be used as a substitute for medical evaluation and treatment. Always speak to a pelvic floor physical therapist for INDIVIDUALIZED advice based on your personal needs! Want a safe + balanced TOTAL BOOTY WORKOUT? Check out Booty Glute Camp! http://femfusionfitness.com/bgc ❤ ❤ ❤ Understand your body! Check out my book, "Lady Bits:" http://femfusionfitness.com/lady-bits/ ❤ ❤ ❤ Support FREE core + pelvic floor friendly fitness, yoga, and women's health information on YouTube! Donate today: http://bit.ly/2xZy45I ❤ ❤ ❤ MEDICAL DISCLAIMER: FemFusion Wellness LLC / Dr. Brianne Grogan, PT, DPT offers health and fitness information intended to assist you in improving your general health and well-being. FemFusion programs, videos, and written texts are designed for entertainment and educational purposes only. Please consult your physician before beginning this or any other exercise program. All forms of exercise pose some inherent risks, particularly exercise done independently without individualized supervision from a qualified fitness trainer or healthcare professional. Due to the nature of video instruction, FemFusion Wellness LLC advises readers/viewers to take full responsibility for their safety and to know their personal limits. *Stop if you experience faintness, dizziness, pain, or shortness of breath.* By participating in this exercise or exercise program, you agree that you do so at your own risk, are voluntarily participating in these activities, assume all risk of injury to yourself, and agree to release and discharge FemFusion Wellness LLC / Brianne Grogan from any and all claims or causes of action, known or unknown, arising out of FemFusion Wellness LLC / Brianne Grogan's negligence. Do not rely on the information presented as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you have any concerns or questions about your health, consult with a physician or other health care professional. Do not disregard, avoid or delay obtaining medical or health related advice because of something you may have read, heard, or viewed on this site or channel. The use of any information provided on this (or any associated) video or website is solely at your own risk. General questions are welcome, but please do not contact us with details of your personal situation or medical concerns. We cannot comment on your individual circumstances by personal email, nor will we provide medical advice, opinion, diagnosis, treatment or medical services of any kind. Thank you for your understanding. For more information on consulting with a Pelvic Physical Therapist for personal assessment and treatment, check this link if you live in the United States of America: http://www.womenshealthapta.org/pt-locator/. If you live outside the US, search for a physiotherapist who specializes in pelvic floor dysfunction and rehabilitation. ❤ ❤ ❤ Additional links and resources: Things I love: http://femfusionfitness.com/trusted-resources/ YouTube: @femfusionfitness ❤ Don't miss my playlists! YouTube (my other channel): @forksup Website: http://www.femfusionfitness.com Facebook: @femfusionfitness Pinterest: @femfusion Insta: @femfusionfitness ❤ ❤ ❤ Fitting MORE MOVEMENT into your day not only increases energy, improves your mood, boosts strength, and tones your body, it has also been shown to prevent chronic illness such as heart disease and type 2 diabetes (to name just two common conditions). Movement breaks will help you fit MORE FITNESS into your day. Do a little bit a lot, and see how good you can feel! FemFusion Fitness: Eat clean. Move every day. Shine brighter!
Views: 4464 FemFusion Fitness
How to naturally Grow Height at Home | Height badhane ka nuskha ya tarika
Home Remedy Exercise Yoga to Increase Height Naturally at home activating pituitary hormone. Increase gain few Inches at home with this Easy Technique. Watch this video in English: https://youtu.be/7nh4wpd7MV4 Follow on Instagram: IamSugandhaSharma
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Vocal Cord Swelling Checks: A Simple Way to Detect the Early Signs of Vocal Injury
Vocal cord swelling checks can help prevent a chronic vocal injury. The swelling checks, which are a pair of short, simple vocal exercises, help you to monitor the health of your vocal cord mucosa and detect the presence of any possible swelling, which could be the beginning of a potentially more serious vocal cord injury. By performing these checks twice a day every day, you can hopefully respond quickly to any warning signs and avoid the need for treatment down the road. In this video, Dr. Bastian explains more fully how vocal injury might occur, he introduces and demonstrates the two swelling checks he recommends, and he discusses the long-term strategy for incorporating these checks into your daily routine. Educational Website: http://laryngopedia.com/ Business Website: http://www.bastianvoice.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/bastianvoicedoc/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/laryngopedia/, https://www.facebook.com/BastianVoiceInstitute/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/laryngopedia/ Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/laryngopedia/ Figure1: https://app.figure1.com/profile/
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Centroid Acorn CNC Basics - Dry Erase Board Exercise
I go over wiring basic components to Acorn, an Estop, a limit switch, stepper driver, stepper motor, and power supplies on the dry erase board before moving to the bench to do the actual wiring of a sample test rig.
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45 min Yin Yoga For Hamstrings - Beginner Yin Yoga Full Class
Increase your hip & hamstring flexibility with this 45 min yin yoga deep stretch. ✨ NEW TO YOGA? ✨Try my FREE 7 Day Beginner Yoga Journey 🧘 http://bit.ly/journeybeg ❤️ Online Yin Yoga Teacher Training ❤️ Get certified to teach! 😍 http://bit.ly/teachyinyoga Hey yogis, this newest yin yoga class is all about increasing flexibility in your hamstrings! If you're working towards the splits or just want to make forward folds a bit easier, this is the perfect class for you. There is NO MUSIC in this practice! I've been getting a lot of requests for videos without music so that you can use your own playlists. The majority of my videos have music but I wanted to give some options for those of you who prefer silence :) Hamstrings can be quite stubborn so holding poses for a few minutes like we do in yin yoga can be extremely beneficial. This is a deep stretch yin yoga class suitable for all levels. You'll need a strap and a block for this practice. What is Yin Yoga? Yin yoga is often called the Yoga of the joints because unlike other styles of yoga, the emphasis is not on the muscles but on the deep connective tissue. Connective tissue is made up of fascia, ligaments and tendons which surround and form your joints. Yin yoga improves the range of motion in your joints and also strengthens them. The results and benefits are more flexibility and greater range of motion and also more stability within your joints. There are 3 principles of Yin Yoga. 1. Find your edge 2. Be still 3. Hold the pose Find your edge means respecting your body's limits and not pushing too far and risking injury. Pull back a little bit and as you hold the pose you will be able to go deeper into it without pushing too far or hurting yourself. Being still means that once you are in the pose it is important to completely relax your muscles so the benefits can get into the connective tissues and joints. Try not to fidget or move or distract yourself, this is a meditative practice. Breathe deeply in and out through the nose. Holding the pose means that in Yin Yoga a pose can be held for 1-10 minutes depending on the pose performed and on the comfort level of the student. For more Yin Yoga, try my FREE 7 Day Immersion: http://bit.ly/yinimmersion Thanks for watching, please remember to subscribe! Kassandra 🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹👇 COOL STUFF 👇🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹 🌎 WEBSITE: http://www.yogawithkassandra.com 📸 INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/ywkinsta 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 FACEBOOK GROUP: http://bit.ly/ywkfbgroup ✨NEW MOBILE APP✨ Stream or download more than 250+ classes, use the in-app calendar to track and schedule classes, new exclusive challenges, classes and programs added every month 📱 http://bit.ly/ywkmobile 😍 ONLINE YIN YOGA TEACHER TRAINING 😍 Get certified to teach! Yoga Alliance approved 👉🏼 http://bit.ly/teachyinyoga 📖 BUY MY BOOK YIN YOGA: http://geni.us/ywkbook 🧘 FREE 7 DAY BEGINNER YOGA JOURNEY: http://bit.ly/journeybeg ❤️ FREE 7 DAY YIN YOGA IMMERSION: http://bit.ly/yin7days 🌙 LUNAR YOGA: http://bit.ly/ywklunaryoga 🎬 YOUTUBE 101 FOR TEACHERS - http://bit.ly/teachonyoutube 🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹👇 PLAYLISTS 👇🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹 ✨ Browse by Yoga Style: http://bit.ly/ywkstyle ✨ Browse by Focus & Body Part: http://bit.ly/ywkfocus ✨ Browse by Class Length: http://bit.ly/ywklength ✨ Browse by Level: http://bit.ly/ywklevel 🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹👇 YOGA PROPS 👇🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹 ⚡️ BLOCKS: http://geni.us/ywkblocks ⚡️ BOLSTER RECTANGLE: http://geni.us/ywkbolster ⚡️ BOLSTER ROUND: http://geni.us/ywkbolster2 ⚡️ STRAP: http://geni.us/ywkstrap ⚡️ WHEEL: http://geni.us/ywkwheel ⚡️ JELLIES: http://geni.us/i2vSe ⚡️ BLANKET: http://geni.us/ywkblanket 🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹👇 EQUIPMENT USED 👇🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹 💎 CAMERA: http://geni.us/BvQ0V 💎 LENS: http://geni.us/Sgp0 💎 MICROPHONE: http://geni.us/1tgiy 💎 LIGHTS: https://amzn.to/2v8JvYR BUSINESS INQUIRIES: [email protected] Yoga with Kassandra - Disclaimer Please consult with your physician before beginning any exercise program. By participating in this exercise or exercise program, you agree that you do so at your own risk, are voluntarily participating in these activities, assume all risk of injury to yourself, and agree to release and discharge Yoga with Kassandra from any and all claims or causes of action, known or unknown, arising out of Yoga with Kassandra’s negligence. #yinyoga #yogaforflexibility #yinhamstrings yoga with kassandra yin yoga full class yin yoga for hamstrings yin yoga hips yoga for flexibility
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Does exercise help or hurt my arthritis?
Wondering about exercise when you have arthritis? Instincts may tell you to avoid exercise, but you may be surprised at the answer to the question: "Does exercise help or hurt my arthritis?" Listen to Summit Orthopedics' experts share the insights they've gained in their years caring for those struggling with arthritis symptoms. Featuring arthritis specialists Kristoffer Breien, MD and Jonathan Biebl, MD. For more information or to find an expert, visit us at summitortho.com. Video Transcription: Exercise and arthritis are very much something that go hand in hand. A lot of times arthritis can be due to effects of exercise. Long-distance runners, previous injuries from sports or athletics can all lead to arthritis. So that's a piece of this whole puzzle as well, but essentially exercise is beneficial in arthritis. It's one of actually the most successful treatments for arthritis when it comes to non-surgical treatments. And what that entails is muscle strength and mobility of the joint. So if you start losing those things, then the symptoms that go with arthritis, the pain, the instability, the difficulty with walking or other activities are amplified. So truly exercise in the right way can limit the symptoms that go with arthritis, can limit pain and can actually lead to better function, even in the setting of arthritis. Having locations like YMCAs that cater towards arthritis exercise and exercise in older individuals is actually extremely important to me. Because a lot of these things aren't common knowledge, they're not inherent, just, you know, things that everyone knows. And so having somebody that can help guide you through, whether it be an exercise class, or a trainer or a fitness instructor that can give you specific, you know, exercises that are helpful. Really, it's an extremely important piece to have exercise as a part of your treatment and your activity level to just maintain your joints. So finding the right place to do that, and finding support groups, or people that are also going through it, or having someone who has that knowledge base is very important to making sure that you get the most out of your joint. - Our arthritis water exercise classes are amazing because most of the people in that class are seeking that class because they are dealing chronic arthritis in their bodies. People will say in class that they, without class they'll wake up throughout the night. But when they are in class, they can sleep though the night or they notice that their daily life improves and so they make these class connections with other people who are dealing with these same issues that they face everyday in their life. And they have that, the support and the network, so it's a very social group. It's a really cool way to see people support each other as in a group exercise class that way. - When you are managing arthritis, there are exercises that can exacerbate or irritate arthritis and there are exercises that can be more beneficial. There's not really any exercise outside of maybe being a very aggressive distance runner that's actually going to progress arthritis quicker than otherwise. It's a process that essentially happens on its own so regardless of what you're doing to it, that process will slowly get worse. So the idea is to find exercises that don't cause the irritation and the symptoms. The things that typically do that most, or irritate the knee most, are high impact activities which are running activities, jumping activities. All those things put a lot of stress especially on the knee joint itself. Typically avoiding those are beneficial things to avoid. Exercises that are helpful are essentially the exact opposite. They are low impact exercises. The best ones are cycling, so whether that be stationary bikes, recumbent bikes or general, you know, bike riding. Elliptical machines are very low impact and then the pool is another great option. So that can involve things like actual swimming laps, water aerobics, or as simple as just walking in the shallow end of a pool because it takes a lot of the stress off of that joint when you are in the water and you have that buoyancy.
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Part 3 of 3  My Low Carb Lifestyle-Limit Fruits?/Some Exercise?/Ketosis?/Weight Loss?
Part 3 of 3 I have so much to share with you Please Visit my blog: http://controllingthecarbmonster.blogspot.com and I will continue on my journey to a better health I had a hard time with editing, but next time I promise to have a better quality video Thanks again Coming soon....subjects on coconut oils, supplements, vitamin, low carb products, and my experiences learning the newness of my weight loss and satisfaction of living the low carb lifestyle plan that is working for me and my health EXPAND FOR MORE INFO- ----------------------------------------­----------------------- CHECK OUT MY YOUTUBE ONE CHANNEL(S) ♥Controlling The Carb Monster http://youtube.com/Bonnie90505 ----------------------------------------­-------------------------- ♥Feeling Fabulous at Any Age http://youtube.com/BonnieKay1958 ----------------------------------------­--------------------------- ♥Read My Blog-Controlling The Carb Monster http://controllingthecarbmonster.blogspot.com ----------------------------------------­--------------------------- ♥Follow me on Twitter- http://twitter.com/Bonnie90505 -------------------------------------------------------------------- ♥Like My Facebook page- https://www.facebook.com/pages/Controlling-The-Carb-Monster/320381348083901?skip_nax_wizard=true
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All Breeds are available with a Lifetime Guarantee of Purity. 25k male, 20k female German Shepherd, Rottweiler, Labrador, American Bully,Pug,Beagle,Saint Bernard, Pitbull, Siberian Husky etc.. My location is Ambala Cantt ( Haryana) Delivery option is available. Extra charges apply depend upon the distance. Cash on Delivery not available. Call Time- 10am - 6 pm MB: 9728011133,7404011155, 9896698696, 9896504757, 9810396094 If can't pic the phone due to busy schedule then drop a WhatsApp message 24*7 no time limit for text msg.. No WhatsApp Video call or call. They will reply you as soon as they can. Regards Er.Anil Sodai 7404011122
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The science is in: Exercise isn’t the best way to lose weight
Why working out is great for health, but not for weight loss, explained in five minutes. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com to get up to speed on everything from Kurdistan to the Kim Kardashian app. Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H Or on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o
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My Heart Valve Just How Durable Is It With All This Exercise I Do
I was asked how durable is my heart valve, and from what i have been told by my Doctor it should out last me. But i need to give it a bit of a chance and i do that by eating a well balanced diet high in fruit ans veg, and combine that with regular exercise. One other big factor is i limit the amount of processed foods that i eat. Heart surgery makes you look at life a bit differently, you only get one heart so look after it. Keep your weight at a good level and exercise.
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Pilates Deltoids Strengthening Exercise Using Hand Weights
http://www.pilatesinnerstrength.com.au/pilates-deltoids-strengthening-exercise/ Pilates Deltoids Strengthening Exercise Using Hand Weights This is a simple exercise to strengthen your deltoid muscles. All you need are some hand weights. Choose the weight size to suit you. Be sure that you don't lift your shoulders when you lift your hands up towards the ceilings, otherwise you will feel strained through the neck and shoulders. Transcription: Weights training is very important; it increases your bone density and also decreases the risk of developing osteoporosis. Now you want to ensure that you are doing the exercises correctly, ok, a lot of people who go to the gym, what they do is they switch on their superficial muscles which are the traps on the top of the shoulders, pecs work and what we do is we get this posture of the rounded shoulder and the short neck. Ok, so what you want to do is work your shoulder girdle stabilisers which are the muscles at the back of the shoulder blades. So you want to feel like your shoulder blades are sliding down the back and are squeezing together. So what that's going to do is create nice relaxed traps on the top of the shoulders and also keep you nice and open through the collar bone so that you continue to have nice correct posture through there. Ok, so what I've got here are just 2½ kilo weights ok. Now you want to make sure that you're not lifting too heavy weights, you want to make sure that you get the righty weight for your needs; otherwise those superficial muscles are going to switch on instead. So also make sure that you do know how to switch on your core correctly, if you don't know, then make sure you see a Pilates instructor who can teach you how to correctly switch it on and makes sure that you're correctly switching it on before you go home to do these exercises. Ok, so what we're going to work are your deltoids here on both sides. So a nice big deep breath in standing up with your feet parallel, feet and knees hip-width apart and a nice neutral spine, careful you're not arching your back or hunching through the spine and the shoulders. So lengthening nice and tall through the crown of the head, breath in is to prepare, breath out, switch on your tummy and pelvic floor, slide your shoulder blades in and down the back and lift the arms, hold in for a little bit and strong on breath out, breath in is to lower, breath out, tummy, pelvic floor, shoulder blades sliding down and back, breath in to return. So your shoulders shouldn't lift at all, I'll show you the incorrect way of doing it, breath out, you can see the shoulders have lifted, slide them down, breath in, exhale. Now if you feel like you can only lift your arms to there without lifting the shoulders then that's absolutely fine, juts work within your limits, work within your range. Tummy, pelvic floor lifting, breath in to lower. So you want to do about fifteen of these. Breath in, breath in as you lower. Now once again I said that you should do about fifteen, ok, now if you start to fatigue then make sure you have a little rest because otherwise the superficial muscles like your shoulders will start to work instead of your shoulder girdle stabilisers. So I'll turn around to the back now so you can see what should happen with those shoulder blades, breath in and breath out to lift, breath in is to lower. --- Contact Us: Inner Strength Pilates and Barre Adelaide http://www.pilatesinnerstrength.com.au and use our 'live chat' service. [email protected] LOCATION 1: Pilates Machine, Mat and Allegro Reformer Classes Level 1 / 155 King William Road Hyde Park SA 5061 https://plus.google.com/104913119507116905678 LOCATION 2: Barre Classes Shop 3, 54-56 King William Road Goodwood SA 5061 https://plus.google.com/114696999177901411500 LOCATION 3: Pilates and Mat Classes. Also Barre Classes 5/115-123 Jetty Road Glenelg SA 5045 https://plus.google.com/112521692300315196739 Rehabilitation Pilates Classes: http://www.pilatesinnerstrength.com.au/adelaide-pilates-studio/ Barre Classes: http://www.pilatesinnerstrength.com.au/adelaide-studio-barre-classes/ Allegro Reformer Classes: http://www.pilatesinnerstrength.com.au/allegro-reformer-classes/ Client Testimonials: http://www.pilatesinnerstrength.com.au/testimonials/ About Us: http://www.pilatesinnerstrength.com.au/adelaide-pilates/ Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/pilatesandbarre
What Happens To Your Body ● When You VAPE For a Month
Here's what happens after vaping for a whole month. Same experiment SMOKING a month https://youtu.be/HD__r66sFjk Same experiment WEED for a month https://youtu.be/D1U4tkxIfG4 If your serious about getting off deadly cigarettes, get the same VAIO GO vape pen I used in this video here and give it a try: ● US ....15% off .... +free shipping .... https://www.vaporfi.com/chrisnotap ● Visit My Amazon Store .... https://www.amazon.com/shop/chrisnotap ● Become a Patreon @ https://patreon.com/chrisnotap ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: EXPLANATION of the test :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: * same experiment SMOKING 30 packs of Cigarettes a month https://youtu.be/HD__r66sFjk * same experiment SMOKING 1 pack of Cigarettes a day https://youtu.be/AQwIDiL8gOM * same experiment SMOKING only one Cigarette https://youtu.be/YS02MCx9f2c * same experiment SMOKING WEED for a month https://youtu.be/D1U4tkxIfG4 * same experiment SMOKING only one JOINT https://youtu.be/JT5sePJVEWc * same experiment SMOKING vs VAPING https://youtu.be/0Pwj6BuS8Ds * the video shines a very positive light on vaping! If you missed that, please watch the video again! * the cotton was almost all white at the end. The slight discolouration on some were caused by "spit back" of the vape liquid . Spit back happens if the vape pen is slightly overfilled causing tiny droplets of pure vape juice to be ejected from the mouth piece. Other than that, the cotton was virtually clear. * the results would be even better without nicotine. With vaping you can adjust the amount of nicotine in the liquid and eventually reduce it to zero, then stop vaping completely. * do not take up vaping unless you smoke cigarettes. Vaping is not for kids and is not a toy for fun. * Anything you put in your lungs is bad for you. If you smoke deadly cigarettes, get off them and start vaping, then eventually get off vape. * if you are age 10-20 do not just start vaping for fun. Your lungs are still developing and vaping could damage them. When you turn 21, you will have the maturity to research if vaping is right for you. * Scientists and experts agree vaping is 95% less deadly than smoking. There's still that 5% of unknown harm though. That's why you shouldn't just start vaping if you don't smoke. Kids, don't vape!! * Vaping is a cessation device (a thing to help you stop smoking) to get you off of smoking deadly cigarettes. If you don't smoke, don't vape. It's not for kids. Kids, don't vape!!! * the button was held for 4-6 seconds each time * I personally do not vape and have never smoked cigarettes. * the average vape user vapes 60 - 120ml per month (vape company data) * total of 120ml of vape juice was vaped in this video * it took 3 days to shoot and vape all of the liquid. * the vapour cloud was constantly being exhaled through the exhale tube and clearly shown at 0:49 * the same amount of vape "cloud" comes out of 120ml of juice no matter if it's over an hour, a day, a month, or a year. Same amount of vape cloud. Time frame doesn't matter. * I used 2 identical vape pens and used two .5 ohm coils for the whole experiment. Yes, that's right. I used the same 2 coils for the test. They worked perfectly throughout. * the tank chamber was never allowed to go low or dry. The cotton was never allowed to burn creating "burnt coil" as some have suggested. * the air vents on the vape pen were at max air flow. * the difference between the vaping for a month video and the smoking for a month video is jaw dropping * water condensation did accumulate in the dome over the 3 days. You breathe just as much moisture when you take a shower. Excessive vaping causes too much condensation in your lungs which is not good. * quitting smoking altogether is the best option. Second best option is to vape. * my opinion after doing the 2 unscientific experiments with smoking and vaping are....."no wonder so many people die from smoking!" * Note about why I promote vape pen in the description. With it being healthier than smoking, I encourage people to visit the vape site to make it simple for anyone wanting to make the change from cigarettes to vape. I'm possibly saving a life, and secondly, it helps support my channel. If you think I'm just promoting a product, then just click away to another video. * I think everyone agrees we must do our part to give kids a good start with a healthy life and do our best to prevent youngsters from taking up these poor habits. If you smoke tobacco, use a vape pen or smoke cannabis, never let children or kids see you do it. If they see an adult doing it, they think it's ok. Make sure you are out of sight at home, at schools, outside of arenas or at parks . * just remember this one simple rule and you can't go wrong....".your lungs were only meant for one thing and that's air" I used Royalty Free Music https://www.bensound.com "Dreams"
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Review of the TrakBar Pro-X Cable Exercise Attachments
Honest Review About The Pros & Cons Of The TrakBar. TrakBar: http://www.trakfitnessllc.com Lee Hayward's Blog: http://leehayward.com/blog Facebook: http://leehayward.com/go/facebook.htm Free Workout: http://leehayward.com/muscle-building In this video you're going to see the TrakBar Pro-X and the Trak Handle in action. These are unique cable pulley attachments that allow for greater movement and mobility of the hands and arms when doing cable rowing exercises like lat pull downs, seated cable rows, and single pulley cable exercises. When I first opened the box I was impressed by the quality of the TrakBar and handles, this is a very sturdy piece of exercise equipment that is well made. The trak bar itself slides very smooth along the track and both handles slide in perfect unison. The trakbar takes the strain off your hands and wrists as you do rowing and pulling exercises. And because you have more freedom of movement the exercises themselves are more challenging. It's sort of similar to the difference between doing dumbbell exercises vs. barbell exercises. While you can generally lift more weight with a barbell, it's not as comfortable on the wrists. And the freedom of movement you get with dumbbells stimulate more stabilizer muscles due to the fact that each hand can move freely. The bar and handles move very smooth, feel very solid, and it works just as good as they claim. However, the only draw back that I have to say about the TrakBar is that the distance from where the cable attaches and the handles themselves is further than most lat pull down bars. And this may limit your range of motion, because as you extend your arms up the weight plates on the lat pull down stack may touch in between reps. Now if you have a very tall lat pull down station this may not be an issue at all, but I found that I had to lean back a bit more than usual in order to prevent the weight plates from touching between reps. Other than that one draw back, I really like and recommend the TrakBar Pro-X. As for the Trak Handles, I absolutely loved them. They are way more comfortable than the regular single handle pulley attachments. I used them for numerous exercises from rows, curls, push downs, cable cross overs, etc. and I they are very smooth. I don't have anything negative to say about them. I give them 2 thumbs up!
Kinesio Core Exercises, part 1
KINESIO - it's a restorative strengthening antigravity practice designed to ensure that every muscle in the body become healthy, which means: • Be able to stretch and contract within physiological limits • Be able to withstand a commensurate load within the entire amplitude of its movement 1. Smoothly as Tai Chi. All movements are performed smoothly, slowly and flowy from one into another, as Tai Chi. It is impossible to find out where one movement ends, and another movement begins. Any spurts, jerks, shakings and catharsis are forbidden. Why? Because: 1) In this case it is possible to get an injury as a dislocation of the joint, or as micro lacerations of ligaments; 2) Even if a trauma is not gotten, then spurts, jerks, shakings and catharsis are cause over-stretch of the ligaments, which will cause joints instability in the future. 2. Squeeze & extension. The manner of performing all movements is a sensation of either squeezing or extending (lengthening) of involved muscles. It's forbidden to passively stretch the muscles, it's forbidden to "throw" the body, it's forbidden to miss the eccentric phase of muscle contraction. 3. The number of reps from 1 to 3. The number of repetitions of each movement is from 1 to 3. If you can hardly make a move, it's good. The greatest changes in the body occur if you can hardly make movement. Exactly at these moments a neural arc is created, a restoration of the over-stretched ligaments, the construction of tendons and muscle fibers takes place. Just mentally visualize the movement and keep the intention. If you can do only 1 rep, then that's good. If you can do more than 3 reps, then skip this movement or replace it with a harder option. 4. Breathing. Breathing free, effort during an exhalation. However, in the case of extreme muscular efforts, when it is impossible to make even one repetition, the breath is hold on inhalation. The purpose of such the holding of breathing is to stabilize the joints and provide the maximum muscle contraction. FB: http://fb.com/YogaStretchMassage/ My page: http://fb.com/sergey.bodywork YouTube: http://youtube.com/user/171746s
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What is a  Computer Assisted Exercise? (CAX Initial Terminology)
A CAX Definition: A Computer Assisted Exercise is a Synthetic Exercise where electronic means are used to simulate scenarios, processes and procedures of all kinds and levels of operations, in complex environments. Simulation is executed by experts who receive operational orders from the Training Audience; they interact with simulation models and feed back the Training Audience with the results of simulation. CAX is providing realistic training for the Training Audience and control, evaluation and administration of operations for the Exercise Control Group and Operational Planners. The basic phases of a CAX may include: Exercise Project Planning o Objectives definitions (Exercise, Training, Simulation) o Exercise Plan (EXPLAN) – Time limits and milestones o Task Groups Organizing and Tasks Scheduling Exercise Organization Procedures o Scenario procedures o CIS procedures o Operational (Tactical) procedures Exercise Execution Exercise Reports o Hot Wash up o After Action Reports Conclusions – Proposals – Training Audience Evaluation Useful information, links, news and feedbacks for Modeling and Simulation issues, Computer Assisted Exercises evolution processes and methodology improvements and finally an option for academia and research personnel to present their work in the area. MSETT page: http://msett.co.uk/ MSETT News: https://caxsupport.wordpress.com/ Twitter page: http://bit.ly/1CGWG1l Facebook page: http://on.fb.me/1BFD3Bp
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Advanced Core Exercise -  The Can Opener
Marmot athlete and Born To Run Coach Eric Orton demonstrates on of his advanced core exercises from his run training book, THE COOL IMPOSSIBLE. www.thecoolimpossible.com
How To Create A Cloze Procedure Exercise In Word
Cloze procedure exercises are a tried and tested way of helping to test students, and get them thinking. In this video tutorial I demonstrate how easy it is to create a simple, but very effective cloze procedure exercise which can be used by students and then either printed, saved or emailed to the teacher.
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