Tricep Rope SkullCrusher Variation🙌🏻
Control the weight through the entire ROM, hands together at the bottom and split the rope apart at the top for peak contraction! 5 sets x 15 reps Increase the weight each set. Perform a drop set on the 5th going to failure 3x! TAG A FRIEND WITH SMALL ARMS😂😂 #RgArmy @flexplexcanada
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Today is a bitter sweet day for me. I (barely) graduated with honors from Cornell University with a degree in International Business and a minor in Marketing. This bouncing baby on my hip is my 6 month old Kai. His father and I are not together but he’s still in his life. We were living in a tiny one bedroom apartment near the college while I finished my undergrad. My parents paid for my tuition but I haven’t heard from them since I told them I’m keeping the baby. Now that I’m done with school we’re taking off to Manhattan where I landed my first job! I am so excited to start this next chapter with my little peanut. It’s been hard my love, but we’ll get through this as well ♡
Last night I had a meeting with the preschool that the triplets will be attending this fall. I was already feeling anxious about going because Ry wasn’t coming with me. If I am being entirely honest, it had been a long day and I was exhausted. I didn’t really want to go. 🌿
But I went. I met many amazing parents whose kids will hopefully become future friends to my kids. I learned more about the program and the passion behind the teachers. I know this will be an amazing experience for my kids (and our family). 🌿
However, as I sat there listening to the teachers share their hearts and vision, I could only feel my heart racing and my anxiety creeping in. I kept thinking about how heart broken I am going to feel the first day I drop my kids off. Before I knew it, my thoughts were spiraling. “What if they hate it? I don’t even know these teachers. I’m sending my kids off to be with strangers. What if something happens? I won’t be there. Do I really want them in preschool? Maybe they aren’t ready? Have I wished my days away?” 🌿
I snuck out as soon as I could. I was running to my car as the tears were streaming down my face. As soon as I got in my car, the cries of the anxious moment came out of me. I was weeping and felt so stupid all at the same time. I could not control my feelings or the moment. My irrational thinking was everywhere. I even let my mind spiral to Charlize’s accident, replaying the moment I glared horrifyingly at her blue lips and held her wet body praying she wasn’t going to die. I was crying and couldn’t breathe. I knew I needed to get it together. I was experiencing everything I normally do that leads to a panic attack. I didn’t have my medication. I didn’t have my husband with me (who is great at helping me through those moments) nor could I call him. I had to choose to breathe, to stop. I kept telling myself “take a deep breath, or you’re going to have a panic attack.” I blasted the Jesus music on the radio at the time and suddenly His peace came over me as “It is Well” played on the radio. Anxiety creeped it’s way in, but I was okay. I am okay. Everything is going to be okay.