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HIGH LIFE WORKOUT | Get Ripped Fast As HELL! (Brandon Carter) Marc Wilson photographs remnants of war in The Last Stand Photo essay: British photographer Marc Wilson has spent four years documenting the physical traces of the second world war on the coastlines of the British Isles and northern Europe (+ slideshow). In his book, entitled The Last Stand, Wilson presents 86 photographs taken between 2010 and 2014 that show how military ruins have become embedded into the landscape, yet still serve as relics of historic events. "Some of these locations are no longer in sight, either subsumed or submerged by the changing sands and waters or by more human intervention. At the same time others have re-emerged from their shrouds," said the photographer. Wilson travelled 23,000 miles to capture these images, including along the coastlines of the UK, the Channel Islands, France, Denmark, Belgium and Norway. War is a brute, and its brutality unleashes energies that are at once startling and terrifying. Wilson's photographs depict these ruins as mellowed through the passage of the years.

Just for Fun! The Complete Guide to Interval Training [Infographic] ADD this Infographic to your Website/Blog: Simply copy the code below and paste it into the HTML of your blog or website: <a target="_blank" href=" src=" alt="The Complete Guide to Interval Training" width="600" height="6505" /></a><p>More <a target="_blank" href=" and Fitness News & Tips</a> at Greatist.</p> The Complete Guide to Interval Training Targeting Maximum Fat Loss Through High-Intensity Interval Training High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is a popular form of exercise that combines two of the most effective fat-burning methods. The first is high-intensity training, which pushes the body to maximum effort to achieve muscle fatigue and maximum oxygen use in a quick burst. The Science Behind Interval Training Interval Training Protocols The Little Method was developed by Drs.

Modernismo africano Quando molti dei paesi dell’Africa Centrale e Sub-Sahariana hanno guadagnato la loro indipendenza negli anni Sessanta, l’architettura sperimentale e futuristica è diventata un importante mezzo usato dalle giovani nazioni per esprimere le loro identità nazionali. La mostra del Vitra Design Museum è una delle prime presentazioni di questo straordinario periodo della storia dell’architettura più recente. Questa mostra è stata curata dall’architetto Manuel Herz, con un importante contributo di Iwan Baan. In apertura: Public Works Departments, Independence Arch, Accra (Ghana), 1962. La mostra documenta più di 80 edifici in cinque paesi: Kenya, Costa d’Avorio, Zambia, Ghana e Senegal. Sulla base di questi progetti, la mostra traccia il rapporto tra la produzione architettonica dei paesi e i loro processi di costruzione di una nazione. La mostra è accompagnata da un libro di 700 pagine, pubblicato in inglese da Park Books, Zurigo. Rinaldo Olivieri, La Pyramide, Abidjan (Costa d’Avorio), 1973.

How to Lose Your Muffin Top Plank “This isolation exercise targets your internal abdominals, called the transverse abs,” says Paris. “These muscles are the deepest muscles that act as a girdle that holds everything together. By strengthening them you’ll develop a stronger core and a slimmer waistline.” untitled How to Get Fit in 10 Minutes Bed Moves Yup, you don’t even have to get out of bed. Do as many push-ups as you can in one minute, then rest for 30 seconds.

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House in Fukawa by Suppose Design Office This house in Hiroshima city by Japanese firm Suppose Design Office has a central staircase branching into wooden volumes that create a series of rooms and platforms. Called House in Fukawa, the project aims to make the property feel larger by obscuring views of its boundaries, giving the impression that the maze of doorways, platforms, enclosed rooms and overhangs might continue on and on. See all our stories about Suppose Design Office »See more stories about houses » The information that follows is from Suppose Design Office: House in Fukawa The house is placed at suburbs in Hiroshima, and designed for 4 members of a family with two kids. Because there are a lot of traffics around the area, we considered the house, which is closed from outside as much as possible but still keep its space open without any pressure of the separation from the outside. People can feel a place bigger more and more if they could not figure out the size of it, such as the sky and the ocean. Ground floor: See also:

The Tiny Tweak That Makes Fitness Fun, Effective, and Easy to Stick With Forever “I practice yoga.” As a personal trainer, I hear people express (or accept) this popular concept without a second thought. But if you said “I practice working out,” people would be very confused. There is something about yoga that allows us to approach it as a lifelong practice; we somehow know we can continue to improve ourselves through yoga forever, without reaching an end or conclusion. I think this has something to do with yoga’s origins in Eastern traditions. I propose we start thinking about our workouts the way we think about yoga. Internal Motivation vs. For many people, practicing yoga has as much to do with mental and emotional goals as physical ones. “ There’s nothing wrong with having external or aesthetic goals, but in my experience, most clients who find true, long-term success also tend to fall in love with the process itself. ” The "About-to-Die" Factor There's No Such Thing as "Right" But in Western science and medicine, we are taught to expect black and white answers.

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