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Being Alone, Fail, and Memes: MILLICNA THERE'S NOTHING LIKE BEING AN ENTREPRENEUR. Sh*t people don't know about being an entrepreneur: โœ”๏ธItโ€™s lonely at timesโณ Loneliness is an occupational hazard for entrepreneurs. โœ”๏ธYouโ€™ll need unwavering focus. When you donโ€™t have a boss or company tracking your progress, itโ€™s easy to lose focus. Your freedom to do whatever you decide with your time will backfire if you donโ€™t stick to a schedule and plan. Today, things like social media notifications can lead you down time-wasting rabbit holes. โœ”๏ธThe income can be sporadic. Entrepreneurship provides the opportunity to earn significant income, but that income can be inconsistent. You quickly learn the value of an emergency fund. It takes time to build a steady customer base. Until then, be prepared for the highs and lows. โœ”๏ธYou have to steer clear of time-wasting activities. We live in the information age, which has brought on information overload for many entrepreneurs. We see something that works, and we want to try it for our business. To make progress in your business, you have to focus your time on what will help your business where you are. โœ”๏ธYou canโ€™t do it all alone. Running a business involves many moving parts. As you start out, you can manage them on your own. Eventually, thereโ€™s so much to manage that you can't focus on things that will help your business grow. Today virtual assistants and freelancers can take on some of the load so you can focus on growing your business. โœ”๏ธGet your sh*t together or fail.
Being Alone, Fail, and Memes: MILLICNA
 THERE'S NOTHING
 LIKE BEING AN
 ENTREPRENEUR.
Sh*t people don't know about being an entrepreneur: โœ”๏ธItโ€™s lonely at timesโณ Loneliness is an occupational hazard for entrepreneurs. โœ”๏ธYouโ€™ll need unwavering focus. When you donโ€™t have a boss or company tracking your progress, itโ€™s easy to lose focus. Your freedom to do whatever you decide with your time will backfire if you donโ€™t stick to a schedule and plan. Today, things like social media notifications can lead you down time-wasting rabbit holes. โœ”๏ธThe income can be sporadic. Entrepreneurship provides the opportunity to earn significant income, but that income can be inconsistent. You quickly learn the value of an emergency fund. It takes time to build a steady customer base. Until then, be prepared for the highs and lows. โœ”๏ธYou have to steer clear of time-wasting activities. We live in the information age, which has brought on information overload for many entrepreneurs. We see something that works, and we want to try it for our business. To make progress in your business, you have to focus your time on what will help your business where you are. โœ”๏ธYou canโ€™t do it all alone. Running a business involves many moving parts. As you start out, you can manage them on your own. Eventually, thereโ€™s so much to manage that you can't focus on things that will help your business grow. Today virtual assistants and freelancers can take on some of the load so you can focus on growing your business. โœ”๏ธGet your sh*t together or fail.

Sh*t people don't know about being an entrepreneur: โœ”๏ธItโ€™s lonely at timesโณ Loneliness is an occupational hazard for entrepreneurs. โœ”๏ธYouโ€™ll...

Animals, Head, and Memes: This 3-year-old just went to the zoo, and he immediately hated what he saw Caters TV the dodo They see animalsand then lock them up ***CUTENESS OVERLOAD*** - Reasons to BoycottZoos ๐Ÿ™โค๏ธ 1. Zoos Cannot Provide Sufficient Space- No matter how big some zoos try to make their enclosures, no matter how many pretty pictures they paint on the walls, and no matter how many branches they place around, these spaces in no way compare to the natural habitat that the animals were meant to be in. They are far smaller and far less stimulating. This is particularly the case for species that roam large distances in their native environment. Studies show that elephants (who typically travel 30 miles per day) are confined to spaces, on average, 1,000 times smaller than their wild habitats and that polar bears have spaces approximately 1,000,000 times smaller than their arctic territories. 2. Animals Suffer From Abnormal Repetitive Behavior- Abnormal repetitive behavior, also known as ARB, is the scientific term for repetitive behaviors demonstrated by captive animals. This can cover all sorts of strange looking behaviors that are indicative of stress including pacing, head bobbing, swaying from side to side, rocking, sitting motionless and biting themselves. These behaviors, which are typical of animals kept in captivity such as zoo animals, are attributed to depression, boredom and psychoses. Since most of us only have knowledge of these wild animals from seeing them at the zoo, it isnโ€™t always easy to recognize these stress behaviors. Many zoo keepers arenโ€™t even aware of these signs themselves, and if they are they certainly arenโ€™t eager to explain them to us. With members of the public beginning to catch on, some zoos routinely give anti-depressants or tranquilizers in an attempt to control the problems. 3. Surplus Animals Are Killed- Surplus animals are unwanted animals that are a result of systematic overproduction by zoos. These surplus animals are either killed (and in some cases are fed to their fellow zoo inhabitants) or are sold to other zoos or dealers. Selling surplus animals is a profitable way for zoos to dispose of them, with many ending up at hunting ranches, pet shops, taxidermists, circuses, exotic meat industries, and even research facilities. standup911
Animals, Head, and Memes: This 3-year-old just went to the zoo, and
 he immediately hated what he saw
 Caters TV
 the
 dodo
 They see animalsand
 then lock them up
***CUTENESS OVERLOAD*** - Reasons to BoycottZoos ๐Ÿ™โค๏ธ 1. Zoos Cannot Provide Sufficient Space- No matter how big some zoos try to make their enclosures, no matter how many pretty pictures they paint on the walls, and no matter how many branches they place around, these spaces in no way compare to the natural habitat that the animals were meant to be in. They are far smaller and far less stimulating. This is particularly the case for species that roam large distances in their native environment. Studies show that elephants (who typically travel 30 miles per day) are confined to spaces, on average, 1,000 times smaller than their wild habitats and that polar bears have spaces approximately 1,000,000 times smaller than their arctic territories. 2. Animals Suffer From Abnormal Repetitive Behavior- Abnormal repetitive behavior, also known as ARB, is the scientific term for repetitive behaviors demonstrated by captive animals. This can cover all sorts of strange looking behaviors that are indicative of stress including pacing, head bobbing, swaying from side to side, rocking, sitting motionless and biting themselves. These behaviors, which are typical of animals kept in captivity such as zoo animals, are attributed to depression, boredom and psychoses. Since most of us only have knowledge of these wild animals from seeing them at the zoo, it isnโ€™t always easy to recognize these stress behaviors. Many zoo keepers arenโ€™t even aware of these signs themselves, and if they are they certainly arenโ€™t eager to explain them to us. With members of the public beginning to catch on, some zoos routinely give anti-depressants or tranquilizers in an attempt to control the problems. 3. Surplus Animals Are Killed- Surplus animals are unwanted animals that are a result of systematic overproduction by zoos. These surplus animals are either killed (and in some cases are fed to their fellow zoo inhabitants) or are sold to other zoos or dealers. Selling surplus animals is a profitable way for zoos to dispose of them, with many ending up at hunting ranches, pet shops, taxidermists, circuses, exotic meat industries, and even research facilities. standup911

***CUTENESS OVERLOAD*** - Reasons to BoycottZoos ๐Ÿ™โค๏ธ 1. Zoos Cannot Provide Sufficient Space- No matter how big some zoos try to make their ...

Gas Pedal, Memes, and True: Finish Start Concentric Contract while muscle shortens Start Hold Finish adrjacob harden Eccentric Isometric Contract while Contract with muscle lengthens no movement DIFFERENT TYPES OF MUSCLE CONTRACTION In fitness and rehab, the only way to progress is by incrementally adding more and more stress to the system over time. This is called progressive overload.๐Ÿ“ˆ๐Ÿ’ช . You've heard me talk about different types of loading like eccentric and isometric, and ๐Ÿ˜• I get asked all the time what I mean. So here we go. . There are 3 types of muscle contraction. . Concentric: ๐Ÿ”นThis is "lifting a weight". The muscle being contracted (bicep here) actively shortens as it contracts. This is what is most often though of when we think about training and lifting. Eccentric: ๐Ÿ”นThis is "lowering the weight". The muscle lengthens while it contracts. If concentric is the gas pedal of your car, eccentric is the brakes. It controls the movement of a joint. It is also where the most muscle damage occurs so slowing down the negative portion of a lift will often leave you sore. The flip side is also true though as something like a kettlebell swing can be great conditioning as there is minimal eccentric and little muscle damage from which you have to recover. Isometric: ๐Ÿ”นThis is "holding the weight". The muscle does not change length and the joint does not move during the contraction. Isometrics are great for early rehab phases and is the first loading we introduce after injury. Strength gained from isometrics is fairly position specific so they are useful for strengthening end ranges and weak points in a lift. So now you know what I mean when I talk about these different loading schemes. (Plus you'll be ready for the next trivia night ๐Ÿค“) Hope you learned a little something! Tag your favorite Myonerd friend and share the wealth! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox
Gas Pedal, Memes, and True: Finish
 Start
 Concentric
 Contract while
 muscle shortens
 Start
 Hold
 Finish
 adrjacob harden
 Eccentric
 Isometric
 Contract while
 Contract with
 muscle lengthens
 no movement
DIFFERENT TYPES OF MUSCLE CONTRACTION In fitness and rehab, the only way to progress is by incrementally adding more and more stress to the system over time. This is called progressive overload.๐Ÿ“ˆ๐Ÿ’ช . You've heard me talk about different types of loading like eccentric and isometric, and ๐Ÿ˜• I get asked all the time what I mean. So here we go. . There are 3 types of muscle contraction. . Concentric: ๐Ÿ”นThis is "lifting a weight". The muscle being contracted (bicep here) actively shortens as it contracts. This is what is most often though of when we think about training and lifting. Eccentric: ๐Ÿ”นThis is "lowering the weight". The muscle lengthens while it contracts. If concentric is the gas pedal of your car, eccentric is the brakes. It controls the movement of a joint. It is also where the most muscle damage occurs so slowing down the negative portion of a lift will often leave you sore. The flip side is also true though as something like a kettlebell swing can be great conditioning as there is minimal eccentric and little muscle damage from which you have to recover. Isometric: ๐Ÿ”นThis is "holding the weight". The muscle does not change length and the joint does not move during the contraction. Isometrics are great for early rehab phases and is the first loading we introduce after injury. Strength gained from isometrics is fairly position specific so they are useful for strengthening end ranges and weak points in a lift. So now you know what I mean when I talk about these different loading schemes. (Plus you'll be ready for the next trivia night ๐Ÿค“) Hope you learned a little something! Tag your favorite Myonerd friend and share the wealth! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox

DIFFERENT TYPES OF MUSCLE CONTRACTION In fitness and rehab, the only way to progress is by incrementally adding more and more stress to the ...

Memes, Taken, and Common: UNDERPRONATON Toe-Off MEDIUM ARCH NEUTRAL) NORMAL FLAT ARCH (OVER PRONATION) FLAT ARCH OVERPRONATION AND RELATED SYMPTOMS MISALIGNMENT OF HIPS MISALIGNMENT OF KNEES HYPER EXTENDS PRONATEDl FLAT FOOT HIGH ARCH (SUPINATION @drjacob harden GRINDS MINISCUS WHY YOUR ARCHES ARE SO IMPORTANT I've talked a lot on my page about the importance of โš– balance in the arches of your feet and some problems that can arise if things are off. But the one thing we should talk about is...Why do we care so much?๐Ÿค” . Proper arch mechanics allow for shock absorption when we walk. This requires the right amounts of both pronation and supination in the same step. We contact the ground in a supinated position and immediately pronate. This pronation increases the mobility of the foot to absorb the shock of your steps.๐Ÿ‘ฃโšก . If you don't pronate, such as with a high arched foot you cannot dissipate the shock. That shock will have to be taken on somewhere else. Often it is at the inside of the heel where it contributes to plantar fasciitis. Other times it travels up into the lower leg and causes shin splints. . If you overpronate, you repeatedly overstretch โ†” the plantar fascia, which can lead to tissue overload and pain. That motion will travel up the kinetic chain, internally rotating the knee and hip. This stresses the medial knee ligaments and meniscus, which just so happen to be the most common area to see ๐Ÿ’€ degeneration. I wonder why? ๐Ÿ˜’ Internal rotation at the hip will also shut down the hip abductors, which are dynamic stabilizers of the hip and pelvis. This can lead to pain in the hip, SI joint, and low back. Noticing a trend yet? . I tell you all this to show you why you should give a ๐Ÿ’ฉ. The feet are the ๐Ÿข foundation of your entire body. If their mechanics are off, everything could be as well. So tomorrow when I show you my number one exercise to fix your feet, I want you to do it religiously. Tag a friend who needs to fix their foundation and share the wealth! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox
Memes, Taken, and Common: UNDERPRONATON
 Toe-Off
 MEDIUM ARCH
 NEUTRAL)
 NORMAL
 FLAT ARCH
 (OVER PRONATION)
 FLAT ARCH
 OVERPRONATION
 AND
 RELATED SYMPTOMS
 MISALIGNMENT OF HIPS
 MISALIGNMENT OF KNEES
 HYPER EXTENDS
 PRONATEDl FLAT FOOT
 HIGH ARCH
 (SUPINATION
 @drjacob harden
 GRINDS MINISCUS
WHY YOUR ARCHES ARE SO IMPORTANT I've talked a lot on my page about the importance of โš– balance in the arches of your feet and some problems that can arise if things are off. But the one thing we should talk about is...Why do we care so much?๐Ÿค” . Proper arch mechanics allow for shock absorption when we walk. This requires the right amounts of both pronation and supination in the same step. We contact the ground in a supinated position and immediately pronate. This pronation increases the mobility of the foot to absorb the shock of your steps.๐Ÿ‘ฃโšก . If you don't pronate, such as with a high arched foot you cannot dissipate the shock. That shock will have to be taken on somewhere else. Often it is at the inside of the heel where it contributes to plantar fasciitis. Other times it travels up into the lower leg and causes shin splints. . If you overpronate, you repeatedly overstretch โ†” the plantar fascia, which can lead to tissue overload and pain. That motion will travel up the kinetic chain, internally rotating the knee and hip. This stresses the medial knee ligaments and meniscus, which just so happen to be the most common area to see ๐Ÿ’€ degeneration. I wonder why? ๐Ÿ˜’ Internal rotation at the hip will also shut down the hip abductors, which are dynamic stabilizers of the hip and pelvis. This can lead to pain in the hip, SI joint, and low back. Noticing a trend yet? . I tell you all this to show you why you should give a ๐Ÿ’ฉ. The feet are the ๐Ÿข foundation of your entire body. If their mechanics are off, everything could be as well. So tomorrow when I show you my number one exercise to fix your feet, I want you to do it religiously. Tag a friend who needs to fix their foundation and share the wealth! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox

WHY YOUR ARCHES ARE SO IMPORTANT I've talked a lot on my page about the importance of โš– balance in the arches of your feet and some problems...