We make custom labels! Here’s some glossy ones 💦 we did for our friends at @revlock_race_supplies. These are printed on the same material and using the same UV-rated overlaminate that we use for our regular printed stickers!👍🏻
At the end of the day, all you really have is yourself. If you’re not on my side, you’re against me. So worry less about impressing others, and worry more about impressing yourself. Don’t doubt your ability to achieve your goals, just keep working and you’ll get there. Start being the best version of YOU. Inside and out, mind and body. DM me for my online training and coaching programs. We all start somewhere 👏🏻
⏱️Rest Intervals⏱️ ... On one end of the spectrum are those who keep their rest periods as short as possible in order to sweat more, achieve a better "pump," on the other end you have those who take their time with all of their sets and seem to barely break a sweat. But which one is better for muscle growth? ... Short Rest Periods (~1.5 minutes or less) The main reason why shorter rest periods of a minute is believed by some to be superior is due to the increased metabolic stress on muscles. Since metabolic stress was shown in Dr. Brad Schoenfeld’s 2010 meta analysis to be one of the main drivers of muscle growth. ... Long Rest Periods (~3+ minutes) With a short rest period, you’re not going to be able to lift as heavy of a weight or perform as many reps as you would be able to after a long rest period. This means that with longer rest periods you’re able to achieve more total volume in your workout since you’re better rested for each of your sets and able to lift heavier or perform more reps during those sets. ... Dr. Brad Schoenfeld has recently published a study covering 21 young resistance trained men and randomly assigned them to two groups: 1 with 1 minute of rest, the other with 3 minutes. ... After 8 weeks, the long rest period group saw better muscle growth AND strength gains than the short period group. This was likely because the long rest period group was able to achieve more total volume during their workout since they were better rested for their sets. ... This means that total workout volume is a more important driver for muscle growth than metabolic stress. ... Just keep in mind that although longer rest periods will provide less of a pump, less of burn in your muscles, and make you sweat less than shorter rest periods will, this should NOT be your basis as to whether the workout was effective or not. Muscle growth is very difficult to observe, but we do know that the most effective way to achieve it is by progressively overloading
One of the young ones in my family is fighting a struggle pancreases. I sent her this #hematite bracelet to help #detoxify while the pancreas is healing. This stone will also help to ground her and remind her that she is a warrior.
Today is all about self-doubt. Are you being kind to self? When you fall do you pick yourself back up? I believe there is no such thing as failure- you do not fail. You just find 1,000 ways that didn’t work. Do not give up. Do you have specific goals you are trying to achieve? Set a goal for yourself today 🌟 Follow 👉🏻 @savedbytheshears
Thank you for a fun, if a bit exhausting, trip, packed with delicious food, amazing drinks and good memories♡♡♡♡♡ Also TY for Seph for driving bc omg 4 hours- But the Contact car game was super entertaining♡