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Skinners - Footwear that can be worn daily for all your activities.
Used and Recommended by Bader Al Motawa (Kuwait National Football Player)
1. Walking / Running
5. Functional Training
7. Water activities
And much more.
الأحذية التي يمكن ارتداؤها يوميًا لجميع أنشطتك اليوميه
1. للمشي / للجري
4. للتمارين البدنيه
7. للأنشطة المائية
If there is one important piece of advice that I have learned over the years is the importance of warming up, especially during colder temperature. Your muscles need to be warm. Check out the link below for more info on warming up and it's benefits -
Some key points from the article above
1.Enhance Performance. It is harder to get blood flow to your joints and tendons than it is your muscles. During cold temperatures, this is really important. Blood Flow keeps everything lubricated and ready to fire.
2. PREVENT INJURY. Every time I have ever gotten injured in the gym was due to improper warm up during cold temperatures.
There are different ways to warm-up so find what works for you but one key thing for me was to always make sure that the target muscle(s) and the assisting muscles are always warmed up. It's easier to just warm up your whole body 😉. #warmup#exercise#Fitness#injury#prevention#fit#fitlife#advice#cold#muscle#bodybuilding#lifestyle#active#blogger#gym#instafit#blenderbottle#foamroller#cardio
What is with this “tee ball” mentality everyone seems to have. Listen up. Not everyone gets a hit and not everyone is going to be successful. We are surrounded by people who believe they are special for just showing up. Since when did going 0-13 (i.e. losing every game) get you a trophy. Since when did simply showing up to work on time get you a pat on the back. It’s part of your fucking job. That’s why I hate the term “like a boss”. It’s something I’ve heard thrown around a lot these days to describe the most ridiculous “accomplishments”. I went and worked out today, I’m a boss. I said no to a candy bar today, I’m a boss. I looked after the kids today, I’m a boss. I mowed the grass and went to the grocery store, I’m a boss. I took my kid to a basketball game, I’m a boss Dad. Awesome. You’re the best human in the world. You make it sound like your name is Frodo and you took the ring to Mount Doom to save the fate of the entire free world. Like a boss. GTFOH with that shit. Let’s get one thing straight. Doing your job, showing up on time, handling your business as a parent, or treating your spouse with respect doesn’t make you unique or special. It doesn’t make you a superhero. It simply means you showed up and did what any other good person would do. Stop looking for validation for the most mundane of tasks. Maybe that’s rare these days and we’ve sunk to such a low standard as people that we need a pat on the back or a high five for simply doing what we are supposed to but I’d prefer that we hold ourselves to a much higher standard. #everydamnday