!! that sucks. glad you’re on top of things though! I looked into a training plan a few years back and had a real good friend come up to me while I was going through it and told me, “It doesn’t matter if you actually get in the best shape ever, because what matters is not only how your body looks, but how it feels.” so true! bravo!!
I think if any one variable seems most responsible for the increase in non-contact injuries over the past 8–10 years, it was just simply more people getting on their bikes… early! It is not like we just started doing WODs: there has been an undeniable surge in cycling participation and thanks to easy access and cheap transportation (bike shares!) we have more people putting themselves at risk by riding too fast or too far with little to no experience or comfort level with physically demanding activity. Here in Portland we seem to be making progress—cycle fatalities are way down all around us—but even the city planners recognize the need for better education around such safety measures as passing laws against cyclists “drafting” between cars without looking; installing proper signals; enforcing bike riders behaviors when they see unsafe riding; etc.—but they keep investing more in this resource-sucking road diet BS instead of safe accommodations for cyclists (and pedestrians). Whatever happened to common sense?
How To Stay Long And Lean While Doing Crossfit?
From the outside looking in, it may seem like crossfit is just about flipping over cars or dragging old tires up stairs. You are probably sitting there with your mind spinning at how to stay long and lean while doing that. The truth is that most men can not keep their weight under 200 pounds for more than two weeks no matter WHAT they are eating. Even if you are off of all processed foods, sugar and fat, you will still have trouble keeping your weight below 220 pounds for longer than a few days. Stay within the healthy range of 175-210 pounds is what matters for body composition. Although I’m not big on numbers it does give us an idea of where we should be with our numbers as far as percentage of fat/muscle vs overall size goes…
Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
If you visit a page that has scripts on it and then click on an off-site link, that script will be executed outside of the current tab. Tainter’s Theorem This name might not ring a bell but we’ve all worked with it for years: Tainter’s theorem. This is what happens when companies decide to start writing technology solutions which affect users in different ways than they were originally intended by their original vendor. File sharing apps such as Dropbox give everyone access to all users files because the app automatically syncs open files to the cloud network every few days. While this may look questionable from a security point of view, remember that without these applications no one would be able share files out in public in the first place… So at least there are two cases where Tainter’s theorem doesn’t apply: if your app or social platform was originally designed by someone else and only works well within its boundaries (e.g., Facebook) and if your company can achieve consensus among users to change/add functionality retrospectively after release (e.g., Dropbox).