This is Day 7 of the Push-Up Challenge as part of the 22 Million Push-up Challenge raising awareness for Veteran suicide prevention. Doing these pushups before going to bed.
I was nominated by @neshinryu . Any vet committing suicide is too many. But the unfortunate truth is that on average 22 veterans kill themselves every day. This challenge brings attention and education to this tragedy. To spread the campaign I am nominating others to join in the cause.
For more info how you can support our vets please visit www.22kill.com.
The rules are simple:
* Once you are nominated your 22 days starts the following day.
* Every day you record yourself doing 22 push-ups, try your best to reach 22. If that means doing assisted (from your knees) push-ups or that you have to stop and take a break that's fine. The goal is to get them all done in one video. Be sure to include the hashtags above and mark the post public so your push-ups count towards the national tally.
* Every day you must nominate a different person. Let's reach as many people as possible and help them reach their goal of 22 Million push-ups and show our vets that they have our support.
I nominate @ace4glory huehue
2012 vs 2018
So everyone who knows me knows i was overweight at one point in my life and i wish i had photos to show that but i had a period of extreme self hate where i deleted almost every photo ever taken of myself between that period of time.
Anyway so the photo on the left is the result of losing all the weight + crossfit and whatever, and i was 175lb. Mind you in my head i was STILL chubby, im always hard on myself and to this day i still am my own worst critic.
Fast forward and recently i decided to not even care about the scale moving down in numbers and just focusing on how i look and how i feel overall. I am currently 210lb and making my “fit” self look like bruce banner. I still have work to do but for once i am happy with the results of my training and hard work.
Moral of the story is this: the scale might move down but that doesnt mean it’s healthy. And going up in weight is also a sketchy concept because some people think they are gaining “healthy weight” but aren’t. Do what makes you feel RIGHT. Work hard, and you’ll get where you want to be in record time, fam. #NDO#NoDaysOff#TBT#Fitfam#Alpha#BruceBannerToHulk#WorkInProgress#ThisIsntEvenMyFinalForm#TrainInsaiyan
One of the best perks of being an African American is that no matter how many colors you wear, it all still matches. I was tired as all hell, it was a LONG ass day, but leg day was lit. Not more lit than this neon Sharpie highlighter outfit I got on though. 😂😂😂
GLYCEMIC LOAD (GL)= the concentration of carbohydrate in the food.
High GL > 20
Moderate GL 10-20
Low GL <10
We have to take note that GI does not considered the the amount of carb in food while GL does. The key is we can have food with high GI but low in GL as long as we look out about the quantity.
Saiyan Moment #4: Super Sayajin Blue. Under the training of Whis, watching Kakarot and Vegeta unlock the beginnings of what would become their next transformation was surreal. After decades of motivation through screaming and desperation to make your hair turn a golden yellow, now we had a truly refined rendition of what powerful and passionate individuals could achieve when refining what they knew as training and seeing the results. Blue would then be the next level.
DBS was an interesting series for many reasons, much like DBZ, but ultimately it yielded to some memorable and enjoyable moments which I and many others truly appreciate.