So this happened last night! I packed a fit and made hubby come down to the drive through with me, blimn mole I am hahaha.
It was aaaaall gone in 2 seconds, oh and a fudge sundae, and yes I took a staged photo & put a filter on it 🙈🤣. I woke up with the most twisted stomach this morning, suuuuper tired-although I blame that on my 8 year old jumping in by me and her papa🙄. I have decided to fast till tomorrow. THE JOURNEY CONTINUES 💪🏽😎 #thisissparta#gettinginshape#damnyoudeliciousfood
Last night we lost a life - my favourite tweezers! And those who know me, I get attached to 1 particular pair for at least 2 or 3 years! Simply couldn't let go of them. So done a little "surgery". Few fails after, they are alive!! Our grip isn't as strong, but after some "physiotherapy" - breaking through, we could get decent fans 😂🙌🙌
AND NOW WE HAVE A "LIFE INSURANCE" 🙈😂😂 protecting from all life threatening injuries 😂😂 You can get life insurance for your tweezers from @u_piwowarczyk
Part 3 • Active Recovery •
Actively cooling down immediately after intense exercise prevents the potential for venous pooling and maintains circulation to the heart, liver, and inactive muscles that are able to use lactic acid to synthesize glycogen. It increases blood flow through the veins and heart during recovery and helps flush out waste products that built up from exercise and contribute to fatigue and muscle damage like hydrogen ions and lactic acid.
Working at a lower intensity, as opposed to doing nothing, will help increase recovery from your previous workout giving your circulation a little boost and helping getting nutrients (aminoacids and oxygen) to your muscles so they can repair themselves.
Active recovery consisting of light-to-moderate cardio activity decreases blood lactic acid significantly faster than complete rest or passive recovery. Whether cycling or running, activities should remain at about 30-60% of the lactic threshold level.
So, what can be considered as active recovery?
Basically, any type of physical activity that can be performed lightly (30-60% intensity) without explosive movements that require a lot from your muscle groups (sudden or fast stretch/strong contraction). You can even opt for exercises that you don’t practice often. For example, if you hit the gym 5/6 days per week, on your day off go for a swim, a hike or even a yoga/tai chi class. The most common options are a light jog, a light workout with resistance bands or even a long stretching sequence.
Giving up was only an option
She chose to differ from.
time was broken into a million shards
So was her life
While it was a mamoth
To be even in the game,
She fought to stand up
They called her thoughts vague
And plans hoax.
Fiercely she stood up
To beat all the odds.
Shadows from the past
And reflection of tomorrow
Never let her settle for peace.
While the world thought her to be delicate, fragile
All alone, she fought,
Against resentment, time and her life.
All the while they
pictured her as a shadow,
While she turned out to be
The rebel soul.🖤 #writersofinstagram#shadowhunters#soul#fighter#aintgivingup#delicate#poetess#writerslife#girl#rebel
So glad that God is moving in my life to be a worship leader!! I had such an opportunity to go sing at a Women's meeting at Lancaster Church of God its such an honor an a blessing from God !!!! I thank everyone that is believing in me and is watching me to see were I head #enemycanthaveme#ministry#aintgivingup 🙌💯👼💕😍