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Stop beating yourself up over your scars, your imperfections, your relapses, your bad days, your outbursts. View high resolution You improve more when you run 15 minutes every day, instead of just and hour on Friday.
If your busy one-day then don’t be afraid to go on a 10-minute jog instead of a 25 run. I know not everyone can afford expensive running shoes, especially when it feels like you need new ones every month, but try to find shoes that make your feet feel good and fit your gate.
Every runner has a variety of work outs that are different every day. It can range from a 10-20 minute HIIT to Casual Weight Lifting to a 15-mile run.
What’s not great is the diets that they keep while running, like seriously you are only going to eat 1,200 calories a day? Eat AT LEAST 1,500, or I swear to the running God I will throw a granola bar at you.
Personally I listen to scream and hard rock, so I am ALWAYS pumped to go kick so butt. Trust me, you lose a lot more of your gains by skipping one day as opposed to one month due to injury.
Hah, and I just got home before it started raining cats and dogs. I did today’s CWA video before the run, a nice 20min flow.
The early attempts at stopping its spread seemed a little like putting a band-aid on a stab wound, especially since so little was known about its transmission. Once there was a confirmed case in the United States, I knew it was a matter of time until it came to my community, as I live in the greater New York City area.
Until I learned of the low mortality rate for young, healthy people, my first instinct was to panic. Once I got a grip, I followed public health officials’ advice to stock up on non-perishable food items in case it was ever unadvisable to leave the house.
Upon learning that the outbreak was actually in New Rochelle, a stop on the New Haven line of the Metro North Railroad, I felt like I was stuck in the Night of the Living Dead house. In response to confirmed cases of COVID-19 in my area, school was cancelled and replaced with online curriculum.
My girlfriend continued to pick up a few nonperishable each time she went to the store (shout-out to her for being the designated grocery shopper). What seemed like a boogeyman slowly morphed into a very real threat when one of my jobs decided not to accept reusable cups from customers to lessen the risk of cross-contamination.
Per my boss’s instructions, I started washing my hands every 15-30 minutes, dehydrating my skin in the process. I kept reminding myself of the relatively low threat COVID-19 presented to young, healthy people, unsure of if it would be better for me to expose myself to it at work or be stuck at home without a source of income (lol @ the idea of food service employees getting paid leave during a pandemic).
I tried to buy versatile items like beans and crushed tomatoes, reasoning that cooking would be a great way to get creative and avoid restlessness. In an interesting twist of fate, I picked up several shifts at my other job because one of my coworkers would be out for a week.
That plan quickly went to ruin when the governors in the prostate area announced regulations that would require the café to be carry-out only. Currently, I’m using the lessons I learned when I was unemployed for a month last summer to fill my life with meaningful activities.
In 2017, after I saw Dr. Strange love for the first time and noticed America seemed ready to re-enact the movie IRL, I knew I needed to do something, so I could perform the daily functions of my life, rather than constantly succumb to panic. She frequently reminds viewers to honor and respect their bodies and focus on marrying the breath with movement.
Consequently, I’ve gotten at least a little better at halting rogue thoughts and feelings when they’re about to put me in a bad mood. In 2019, after taking a week off work due to non-stop panic attacks, I was diagnosed with depression (more on this in a later post, although I’ve already written about it ad nauseam).
A few days ago, I filled out an empirically backed mindfulness scale and didn’t score as well as I would like to. By practicing yoga and meditation almost every day, I’m accepting where I’m at and working to improve because these skills really do help me in everyday life.
Just like any other Tuesday, you survived your 7:30 a.m. research lab, stocked up on 5-Hour Energy, and headed to Library West for an all-day study binge. With the right planning and preparation, you’ll find yourself stocked-up with enough Pokey Six and Gatorade to last until next football season.
There are two extremely important factors to consider when choosing a safe haven to survive an outbreak: sound-proofing and defensibility. Zombies are attracted to sound, and large groups (referred to as hoards) can easily break down doors and windows.
Be aware: a drunk co-ed and the undead share similar characteristics- staggered walking and slow speech. Great for those that value Pizza By the Slice and other midtown amenities over other survival essentials.
Railings/Broward Hall: Two of the largest freshman dorms should contain enough ramen noodles to last a small group several months. Midnight Cookies: Mental-health is your most valuable survival tool in the apocalypse, so put this one on your priority list.
Stocked-up with supplies and a fortified shelter, here are some final tips and tricks on how to not only survive OF’s inaugural zombie outbreak, but even have some fun along the way. Only the facades study at Club West- so embrace your social side, meet up with other survivors and maybe scavenge a shirt or two.
Ben Hill Griffin Stadium/The Swamp: The stadium will most likely be overrun early on in the outbreak, but once the undead take over, we advise using the sound system to attract hoards from across campus. Just put together a mixtape of Voice of the Gators Mick Hubert’s greatest moments, press play and watch zombie-fied students file into the stadium like any other Saturday.
Head over to Lake Alice, embrace your inner Steve Irwin and find yourself a pet Alligator to assist with your survival efforts. Alligators quite enjoy the taste of zombie, especially those of the Vol, Rebel or Seminole variety.
According to our Survival Index, OF students rank the highest compared to rival Tennessee, Georgia and FSU. So sit back, relax, enjoy some Gumbo’s and find your new pet Alligator some dinner.
To create your own fail badges, watch exclusive video and get six head to www.ScoutsAndZombiesMovie.com Kids can watch videos, play games, and interact with their Nick Jr. friends on desktop, tablet, and mobile devices.
• Online yoga platform Will takes a modern approach to this ancient practice with easy-to-follow, downloadable classes. • Australian fitness instructor Damon Bell is now based in New York, but you can access his minimal-equipment workout videos for free on Instagram.
• Recently opened personal-training studio Frame in Melbourne is now offering six virtual classes every day. • Power Living has an online platform, Workaholics, offering 24-hour access to yoga and meditation classes, ranging from five to 90 minutes in length, for $12 a month.
• St Kinda's Ghana Yoga has launched a virtual studio streaming up to five classes live per day. • Access unlimited livestream and recorded classes by Jessica Dewar Yoga from $14.95 a week.
The free, 10-episode home workout series will have you running from a (pretend) zombie apocalypse. • Melbourne’s Good Vibes Yoga has set up an online hub where you can access short flow classes and meditations for free.
• Spin studio Bod hi & Ride is uploading three or four different cycle videos weekly, plus meditation classes, mindset coaching and nutrition seminars. It’s $19 a week for unlimited classes, but those who have lost their job or business because of the Covid-19 outbreak could be eligible for free sessions.
• Sydney Dance Company’s new virtual studio classes include hip-hop, ballet and jazz for beginners, and a Friday Feel Good party. • Yoga studio Humming Puppy is offering unlimited access to its suite of pre-recorded classes for $15 a month (that’s half price).
You’ll hear a low frequency hum in all the videos, which the team believes enhances the yoga experience. They suit all ages, from children to seniors, and include traditional ballet, stretching and fitness classes, and even salsa.
• California-inspired Pilates studio Love Athletic, known for remixing the typical reformer style, is offering unlimited live and on-demand classes for $29 a week. • Melbourne’s Arise Studio Health, dedicated to Pilates, yoga and wellness, is running unlimited classes for $25 a week.
Purchase a cork roller or massage ball for added strengthening and stretching. • With a different line-up of yogis each day, online yoga platform Vinny (short for vinyls) is offering free 15 to 20 minute classes each morning and afternoon.
• Ex- Bachelor star and personal trainer Sam Wood’s 28 app has wellbeing and fitness tips, workouts, nutrition, recipes and more. • Boys has launched an online platform offering private sessions for wellness services including yoga, Pilates, meditation, physiotherapy, personal training and mindfulness starting from $39.
• Chunky Move dance studio is offering Beginners and Open Contemporary classes online. • Balance is Claremont, Western Australia has on-demand online Pilates, yoga and meditation classes.
Classes include physio-led Pilates, yoga, meditation, HIIT, barre and more, alongside lifestyle sessions with experts. Many Australians have already begun social distancing, self-isolating or working from home as result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Some gyms and fitness studios have adapted by running smaller classes or banning props, while others have pivoted online to offer instruction with zero in-person contact. • Happy Melon studio is running 65 live classes online each week.
• Nike has a range of free workouts, training programs, fitness tips and national guidance available online. • Melbourne-based yoga teacher Annie Belcher shares downloadable audio classes for free on her website.