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  • (@http.jkxx) Instagram Profile @http.jkxx
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    Thank u, next
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Thank u, next
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  • (@nickyrubano) Instagram Profile @nickyrubano
  • E vorrei dirti troppe cose ancora
    Svegliarti presto, partire per Lisbona
    Fuori contesto, fuori stagione
    Due matti insieme senza una ragione
    🌼
  • E vorrei dirti troppe cose ancora
Svegliarti presto, partire per Lisbona
Fuori contesto, fuori stagione
Due matti insieme senza una ragione
🌼
  •  174  9 1 hour ago
  • (@musicalrahul) Instagram Profile @musicalrahul
  • Baat karne se baat banti hai
    Or
    Baat na karne se sirf baatein banti hai.
    You love me so chat with me. otherwise why you are waste your beautiful time for me.
    You can go and enjoy your life..
  • Baat karne se baat banti hai
Or 
Baat na karne se sirf baatein banti hai.
You love me so chat with me. otherwise why you are waste your beautiful time for me.
You can go and enjoy your life..
  •  392  17 24 July, 2018
  • (@sharpefitnessyeg) Instagram Profile @sharpefitnessyeg
  • The way you look at supplements is all wrong.

    You're shown a correlation (caffeine can increase metabolism and far burning ability) and through one way or another it's treated as causality.

    What happens next? You go buy a preworkout powder that has a copious amount of caffeine because it says on the label it'll help you burn fat.

    This is the issue... just because a supplement CAN help, doesn't necessarily mean it WILL help.

    Can a magic pill or shake allow you to eat what you want and never exercise but still lose weight?

    If it did... don't you think everyone would be paying thousands of dollars for it every day?

    Now, back to my point... the way you think about supplements is all wrong.

    Instead of seeing them as a quick fix... a remedy for bad habits... or your secret weapon... see them for what they really are.

    Something that can supplement your current healthy habits.

    Focus on training intensity... training consistency... sticking to your diet... and getting enough sleep.

    Then, and only then, add in the missing pieces.

    I personally take a multivitamin and greens powder in the morning because I don't always eat enough fruits and vegetables.

    On days when I'm in a rush, I'll drink a protein shake and eat some fruit because it's quicker than a sit down meal.

    Build your foundation, find the holes in it, then fix them only once you're sure there's no other way.

    You don't need a protein shake immediately after your workout because a company told you the anabolic window is 30mins (it's actually closer to 4hrs, so a solid meal will suffice). You don't an energy complex pill when really you don't eat enough to properly fuel your body (if a doctor says you're deficient in a vitamin after testing, different story). Get your nutrition on track, train regularly and ensure you get 7-9hrs of quality sleep each night.
    Do that for a few months and you'll be surprised to find out that even then you don't really need more supplements.

    Plus, with the money you'll save not buying supplements, you can spend on other things. You wanted those new gym shoes anyway, right?
  • The way you look at supplements is all wrong.

You're shown a correlation (caffeine can increase metabolism and far burning ability) and through one way or another it's treated as causality.

What happens next? You go buy a preworkout powder that has a copious amount of caffeine because it says on the label it'll help you burn fat.

This is the issue... just because a supplement CAN help, doesn't necessarily mean it WILL help.

Can a magic pill or shake allow you to eat what you want and never exercise but still lose weight?

If it did... don't you think everyone would be paying thousands of dollars for it every day?

Now, back to my point... the way you think about supplements is all wrong.

Instead of seeing them as a quick fix... a remedy for bad habits... or your secret weapon... see them for what they really are.

Something that can supplement your current healthy habits.

Focus on training intensity... training consistency... sticking to your diet... and getting enough sleep.

Then, and only then, add in the missing pieces.

I personally take a multivitamin and greens powder in the morning because I don't always eat enough fruits and vegetables.

On days when I'm in a rush, I'll drink a protein shake and eat some fruit because it's quicker than a sit down meal.

Build your foundation, find the holes in it, then fix them only once you're sure there's no other way.

You don't need a protein shake immediately after your workout because a company told you the anabolic window is 30mins (it's actually closer to 4hrs, so a solid meal will suffice). You don't an energy complex pill when really you don't eat enough to properly fuel your body (if a doctor says you're deficient in a vitamin after testing, different story). Get your nutrition on track, train regularly and ensure you get 7-9hrs of quality sleep each night. 
Do that for a few months and you'll be surprised to find out that even then you don't really need more supplements.

Plus, with the money you'll save not buying supplements, you can spend on other things. You wanted those new gym shoes anyway, right?
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  • (@magnapublicidad) Instagram Profile @magnapublicidad
  • En lugar de viajar en un fin de semana, comienza tu viaje un Martes, a menudo suele ser un día muy barato para volar. Ser flexible con el tiempo, puede ayudarte con los ahorros. 😺✈️✨
  • En lugar de viajar en un fin de semana, comienza tu viaje un Martes, a menudo suele ser un día muy barato para volar. Ser flexible con el tiempo, puede ayudarte con los ahorros. 😺✈️✨
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