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The psychology of choking

The psychology of choking

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PE - Psychology - Personality by Matt Coles on Prezi Nutrition Infographic | Infographics 29/03/12 01:37 Categories: Infographics Its Nutrition Month at my school so I thought it would be fun to create an infographic for it. Click here to view a larger version of the infographic. By: Joey Feith GCSE Milo of Kroton Milo of Kroton: was "the most illustrious of athletes..." (Strabo, Geography, 6.1.12). Born over 2,000 years ago in an ancient Greek colony of southern Italy, he won the Olympic wrestling championship six times between 540 BCE and 516 BCE. The story of how Milo got his strength has been told for over 2,000 years. We know now that the story is not literally true. This is the opposite of the gym-lore that says you must feel wrecked after working out. My own experience confirms for me the truth of the fable. I conclude that gym-lore prescribing struggle with weights is nonsense, inspired either by machismo or by the religious notion that the body must be beaten into submission to the will. Other Gym-Lore Sense and Nonsense Related to the Fable of Milo and the Bull Calf Don't swing the weights: This rule makes good sense and follows from the fable of Milo and the Bull Calf. Modern Exercise Science and Milo of Kroton

7 Ways to Boost Your Metabolism — And Burn Fat Fast Posted in: Exercise, Metabolism, Nutrition, Spotlight, Tips, Weight Loss, Weight Loss Tips Whether you’re trying to lose weight or just wanting to maintain your sleek physique, boosting your metabolism to a higher rate is always a good idea. There are several ways to give your metabolism an extra push — including exercising early in the day — but eating can also be a factor in its elevation. Increasing your metabolism means your body burns calories at a higher rate. So if your metabolism is high, it’s burning calories even when you aren’t working hard at the gym. A sluggish metabolism can cause you to gain weight, because you’re consuming more than your body is burning. Here are 7 ways to boost your metabolism, so you can burn fat fast: The first thing you need to do is add breakfast to your daily meal planner. Must ReadFlatten Your Stomach and Get Rid Of Your Belly Once And For AllHow Do Bodybuilders and Fitness Models Get So Lean? ToolsCalories Per Meal Calculator