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First hike in Arizona and it was awesome!!! So stoked to go again! Got to see an amazing sunset, made it to the top and saw a beautiful 360 view of the city, and almost got lost climbing down in the dark unprepared. Luckily I had a friend with me and my iPhone flashlight was literally a lifesaver. Who wants to go with me next time? I promised I’ll be more prepared 😉 #liveandlearn .
Back Squat with 1 second pause (225# × 3)
I like to continually vary my training up and keep it from getting stale.
Recently I've been training alot of gymnastics but today I decided to get after some back squats.
Here I'm holding the bottom for a second which makes driving out of the hole much more difficult.
My hamstrings and glutes are going to feel 👍 for the next few days. Can't. Wait.
Interdisciplinary artist Kingsley Ng focuses on conceptual, site-specific, participatory and process-based projects. He often works with the ephemeral and intangible, such as light, sound, space and time. Light is often used not only as a medium but also as a metaphor for art making—to cast light on the imperceptible, hidden or forgotten. His installation ‘after the deluge’ is presented in a drainage tank in Hong Kong and is a multi-sensory work that draws from the history of the space, Hong Kong’s relationship with rainfall (and the increasing excess of it) alongside the wider issue of climate change | #KingsleyNg#AfterTheDeluge#rain#fabric#movement#artinstallation#climatechange#contemporaryart#blue#space#light#conceptual#ephemeral#articulatepr
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It takes courage to be yourself, but ultimately it is so worth it. It is exhausting to pretend to be a certain way you are not. It can also be intimidating to let yourself be seen for who you really are and to go with your gut. Listen to the voice inside, though. Trust it. This is advice I have to constantly take for myself and it is my biggest goal in my personal and professional life. 🙌🏼✨💕
Every time I walk by they’re callin my name. @tfracer remember when we lived in Texas and we could do this all the time. Remember when Dan bit the dust in the neighborhood. #skatboard#longboard#movement
It feels great to get back into a trainer mentality! I had an interview for a group training job and I was able to demonstrate a few moves to some friends that needed to revamp their workouts! Ye buddy 💪
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DM #611 : Straight 🔥 from the young buck.
Did an IG live earlier today with @simplestrengthphysio and he unleashed this badboy…and there was no going back. So. Much. Truth.
Less arguing. More listening. More questioning. Less getting butt-hurt about it. Educate yourself. Ask questions with the intent of actually listening to the answer. Less ego. More We-go. The end.
@Simplestrengthphysio , thank you for a super dope 45 minutes…🤔...that sounded weird. Oh well. Keeps things interesting 😜.
Daily Maestroisms dropping whenever the craziness of life allows 🤷🏽♂️. Get yours.
Like it? Repost it. Don't understand it? Hit me up and get #Maestrofied .
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STRENGTH + BALANCE + MOBILITY. A variation of the dragon squat.
First time I’ve done this one. You don’t necessarily need weights and gym equipment to work on this stuff, this can be done anywhere, anytime.
Another one to add to my morning at the park movement repertoire. Let’s see how improve my range with regular practice. @enlivenmovement
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Contemporary, Breakdance, Modern, and Bjj. Different arts, same principles.
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Nothing in nature lives for itself .
Rivers don't drink their own water.
Trees don't eat their own fruit.
The sun doesn't shine for itself.
They all live for each other.
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Udam Singh was left as an orphan as a young child. Received education and witnessed the Amritsar massacre as a young boy serving water at the meeting / festival. Udam travelled to The U.K., U.S. and Africa, finally came back home and was jailed for four years under the Arms Act. Udam went under the name of Ram Mohammed Singh to symbolize Hindu-Muslim-Sikh unity. Michael Dwyer was responsible for the Amritsar Massacre (A Sikh festival that took place attracting local villagers. Dwyer considered the meeting to be a form of an uprising). British forces blocked all exits and directed fire to where the crowd was fleeing. Indian congress took count of 1500 deaths and over 1000 wounded. Michael Dwyer received praise and was considered a hero from the British Raj.
In 1940, Udam went to London at an event and shot and killed Michael O’Dwyer and injured two others. Udam, plead guilty taking full responsibility and was sentenced to death.
The massacre created a trigger movement for independence and inspired Mahatma Gandhi to lead.
As I am making my way through India. I’ve tried to get a fair picture from both sides of British colonialism. What I’ve gathered so far is: Theft, manipulation, slavery and divide and conquer tactics. Sure they supported infrastructure and education but that was to help themselves build their empire. Similar to modern day involvement with American imperialism. Invade countries, establish control, install modern day slavery government, steal resources and hand over government to a leader that will cooperate.
If you think of India as a shit hole country, maybe you should consider what oppression feels like first.
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Time ⏳for me to get to that money 💵 💰💴 stop 🛑 chasing 🏃🏾♂️with these lil hoes💪🏾🖕🏾#moneymoves#movement