Ex­cer­cise The Right Way

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1. Look out at eye level or above to spare your neck and keep you from rolling your shoul­ders for­ward.

2. As­sume the Bo­tox pose: keep your face re­laxed and ten­sion-free.

3. Re­lax your shoul­ders and lift up your chest.

4. Pre­tend the top of your head is be­ing pulled up by a string to elon­gate your spine and keep you from rolling for­ward.

5. Count your reps of each ex­er­cise out loud; this count­ing will help you re­mem­ber to breathe con­tin­u­ously and keep you from hold­ing your breath.

6. Keep your abs tight and pulled in to sup­port your lower back. (Prac­tice suck­ing in ev­ery time you en­ter a car, bus, train, el­e­va­tor, es­ca­la­tor – that way it be­comes au­to­matic)

7. Keep your knees slightly bent, so you don’t lock them.

8. Breathe. Many peo­ple hold their breath while do­ing strength train­ing.

9. Keep mov­ing in be­tween ex­er­cises to keep your heart rate fast, or move di­rectly to the next ex­er­cise. If you’re un­able to hold a con­ver­sa­tion, you’re ex­er­cis­ing too hard. If you can keep a con­ver­sa­tion go­ing and are able to fill the lis­tener in on all the de­tails, you may not be go­ing hard enough.

10. As you get stronger, go longer rather than harder with car­dio ex­er­cises, and stronger with weight ex­er­cises. That is, do more rep­e­ti­tions of any non-weight-bear­ing ex­er­cise. That will help pre­vent in­juries from over ex­er­tion. If you re­ally feel weak, just hold the ex­er­cise po­si­tion with­out mov­ing and slowly work up. It’s more im­por­tant to fol­low per­fect form and do fewer rep­e­ti­tions than to do a lot of rep­e­ti­tions with form that’s sloppy.

be­cause that is a mis­nomer. Im­mu­nity and vac­ci­na­tions are two dif­fer­ent sub­jects al­to­gether. In vac­cines, an anti­gen is in­jected into the body to pro­duce a reaction and the im­mune sys­tem re­sponds in the form of an­ti­bod­ies, but an­ti­body pres­ence does not con­fer im­mu­nity. Peo­ple still catch the dis­eases that they are vaccinated against. Vac­cines ac­tu­ally skip the nor­mal im­mune re­sponses to ac­ti­vate killer cells which can also trig­ger an over­pro­duc­tion of cy­tokines in re­sponse to the toxic vac­cine ad­ju­vants and can dam­age tis­sues and or­gans and even stop the heart and block air path­ways. Vac­cines of­ten kill and maim more than the dis­ease they are sup­posed to fight…

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