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Bruce Lee Training – The Tensioner

Why is there so much mystery surrounding Bruce Lee’s training? His workouts have been well documented and he even left notes. Bruce Lee tested just about every piece of exercise equipment available in his day. One of them was called Tensolator. What is the Tensioner? Essentially, it consisted of two tubes, one that slid into […]

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Cry, vomit and end the bad things

Life doesn’t need to be a chore all the time, but it does need to be a chore some of the time. That’s when you need to cry, vomit, and then get on with what you need to do, without procrastination. After all, procrastination when it comes to important things that need to be done […]

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Why Hockey Goalies Should Bench Press

In my practice as a trainer, I don’t normally need to sit down and convince an athlete that the bench press is proper training for goaltenders. I usually need to convince them that they don’t need to bench press and bicep curls daily. It’s usually when I talk to other fitness coaches that I need […]

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Top 7 Tips for Creating Soap Boxes for Soap Packaging for Your Homemade Supplies

Presentation is the only way to promote products and give them a truly professional and quality look. Here are some tips for creating soap packaging supplies for your homemade soaps. Create product identity The first step is to create the product identity that you think should best suit your product. You should focus on the […]

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Are you smarter than a fifth grader? Learning in childhood and adulthood

Have you ever watched the TV show Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? In this show, adult participants are quizzed on the subject of fifth grade textbooks, as opposed to a panel of fifth graders. Adults generally don’t do very well, while students shine. Why is this? Could adults, with much more education, including […]

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How to help your child learn to iron-Part 1

Encourage your child to think like a child Every child needs life skills. In their eagerness to become independent by leaving home to discover what the big wide world has to offer, they also discover that there is no one to cook, clean, do laundry and iron their clothes. There is also the garbage, because […]

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How to have a Happy Easter

What are your favorite Easter memories from your childhood? On the hunt for Easter eggs? Biting into marshmallows? Biting your Easter bunnies’ ears? Or maybe the most magical part was the preparation: painting those eggs and anticipating the sweets you would receive. The Easter basket, with green grass and chocolate bunnies… maybe a stuffed chick […]

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Five ways to make the juiciest burgers

Here are five tips to help you grill delicious burgers: First, when grilling burgers, be sure to sear both sides of the burgers on high heat. Then move the burgers to the upper rack or to an area of ​​the grill that does not have any flames or embers below (the coolest area) to complete […]

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Homeschooling with a meek and quiet spirit

It’s hard to believe that another summer has passed and before long the colors of fall will begin to show us that the coming season is upon us again. With that being said, wouldn’t it be nice to start the new school year with a ‘meek and quiet spirit’? This book is written by Teri […]

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Vegetarian Recipe – Oatmeal Steak and Mushrooms

Vegetarian or not, come this way, this is so silly. This recipe is vegetarian, so carnivores may want this with a steak, pork, or any meat. This is not a recipe for vegans though, I haven’t gotten there yet unless I fill up on veggies and fruit. Hears! what a concept, vegetables and fruits. One […]

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