Here is an example of a proper pullup routine:
Warmup Jumping Jacks x 30, Arm circles x 10 each direction, Scapular Shrugs x 10. Strength Pullups: 3 sets of 3 reps. Stretch your lats in between sets. Strength Bent-Arm Chin Hold: 3 sets of 20 seconds. Stretch your biceps between sets. Cooldown Dead Hang: 2 sets of 30 seconds. Use this to stretch your arms and back.
This pullup routine can easily be modi ed depending on your level of bodyweight strength. Keep it fun, and do your best to progress steadily from one workout to the next.
I'm the cofounder of Lawtrades,, we're a platform that makes it easy for businesses to find and hire amazing independent business attorneys. Here are some of the things that we did to bring on our business customers.
Here are some of the things we did initially to bring in our business customers. These channels got us to our 20-30k in GMV.
- Wrote A LOT of content
- Created a huge meetup group & hosted events weekly
- Conveyed price difference for businesses using us vs. a huge law firm.
- Created relationships
- Made every customer feel like a champion.
These are all manual ways of grabbing customers but this helped us get started in the early days. Most of our competitors were flushing money down the toilet on things like adwords and PR. The lawyer side of the marketplace was easier for us to figure out because they get liquidity.
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Chat’s threaded UI, where all communication and actions are placed in a clear context of who, what and why, is the killer feature that’s been around forever and yet everyone is overlooking.
new threaded experiences will be enabled, supplanting single-purpose apps, sites, and services—even on the desktop. It’s the threaded organisation of interactions into useful contexts centered around people, businesses and task threads that could change the world.
As long as you are completing each workout once per week, you are all good.
That informed my approach.
- 3x F7 for one cycle, to speed testing up to appropriate training levels. Having established almost all of these now and still training 3x a week MWF mornings with work, I am now training a 3-day split MWF with stretch series afterwards, HS Tues/Thurs and Movement Sat
- 110% strict on form, tempo, etc. Was pretty happy with how this had gone previously, but having coached and worked with a lot of people since beginning this, I know far better how to dial in on the details. Part of this is racing the clock and getting amongst my workout as if I'm being chased
- Doubled down on mobility. I perform a whole-body ROM limber in every session, 5-10r of all HBP ims, etc. I also run J-curls for 10 reps before each session, easy at 40-60kg, just feels like a stretch. Takes about 10 minutes if you are motivated.
- Warming up with 50r scap shrugs sPL progressions each session; this alone has done pretty cool things . As mentioned I also require a 1x 200% mastery set before I consider an element put away. Exercises I find difficult stay in my warmup for that progression, and working higher reps in warmup is great.
- Getting more done at work and taking less home, allowing me more sleep. Not going to lie, this has certainly accelerated the process.
- Completely eliminated shoulder impingement symptoms with hinge rows.
Dr. Peter Diamandis (@PeterDiamandis) has been named one of “The World’s 50 Greatest Leaders” by Fortune magazine. In the field of innovation, Diamandis is Chairman and CEO of the XPRIZE Foundation, best known for its $10 million Ansari XPRIZE for p…
An entrepreneur clearly envisions the future and becomes so enamored with it that they turn their thoughts into reality and will the future they desire into existence.
One thing is clear from my XPRIZE story: attitude is the ball game. Mindset matters. It’s everything. It might be cliché, but whether you think you can or you can’t—well, you’re right.
Rule #6: An expert opinion is not the final word.
Rule #8. If it were easy, it would have been done already.
Doing anything big and bold is hard work.
Going after an easy, quick win either means you’re not trying to change the world or you’ve got a false grip on reality.
Rule #9: The world’s most precious resource is a passionate mind.
I’m often struck by the ability of a single individual to change the world.
Think Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Elon Musk, Larry Page, Richard Branson, Martin Luther King and Mahatma Gandhi, to name a few. They each started with no money or technological advantage, just passion and perseverance.
Ultimately, three things make anything possible: People, technology, and money. If you have the right people and enough money, you can create the technology — that’s called innovation. If you have the right people and the right technology, you can attract the funding — that’s called venture capital.
If someone or something in your organization is a squeaky wheel, rather than tolerating or greasing them, you’re probably better off finding someone who fits your team’s ethos, vision and mindset.
Would you rather spend your time with your best performers helping them grow and get even better, or spend time with your squeakiest wheels dealing with their issues?
Your time as a leader is limited – use it to build an incredible team.
Your mindset is more important than anything. It’s even more important than technology or income. I hope that these will clarify your vision and be useful to you.
In a rather perverse twist, an expert is massively disincentivized to promote someone else’s radical and disruptive solution. This is because new inventions that result in wholesale change cause a shift where “experts” can be transformed into “has-beens.”
Some experts are therefore inspired and committed to keeping things exactly the way they are. That’s why it’s important to always think in terms of what can be done.
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Thanks to its declarative views, certain libraries are particularly suited for use with React Native. One I’d be remiss not to mention is redux16. Described as a “predictable state container”, redux is an awesome library for manipulating your application’s state. Redux is highly testable, and encourages writing small functions that are explicit about what data they change. Once your state changes are written this way, your app can take advantage of powerful features, like global undo/redo17 and hot reloading18.
The Section 1202 tax exclusion provides tax-free gains on 100% of gains related to startup investments, up to $10 million per investment. This provision enables entrepreneurs to exclude up to $10 million of gains as well.
- The investment must be held for at least five years.
- The company must be incorporated as a C Corporation.
- The company must be incorporated in adherence with Section 1202.
- The company must have no more than $50 million in assets before the investment or immediately afterward.
- The business may not be in the service, finance, farming, mining, extraction, restaurant, hospitality, or real estate industries.
- Corporations which make investments are not eligible.
Section 1202 Requirements
OK, I have not read all 26 pages of this thread, but I did spend some SERIOUS time on this today and found a solution that worked for me. It is a regedit!!!!
in the reg, go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\GraphicsDrivers\Configuration
Under there, I had three subtrees. this is where the control of what to do in certain instances are set. I found that I needed to change ALL entries under all subtrees to match what I wanted my hard coded resoultion to be set to.
under all the subtrees you will keep digging to find the following...
I set the .cx to 1920 and the .cy to 1080. Problem solved for me for now. The PrinSurfSize entries are under a "00" subtree, and the ActiveSize is under a "00" subtree UNDER the 00 subtree.
so you need to look in..
("xxx" gets replaced by what ever entries are under the Configuration tree)
I hope this helps and is not a repost of info someone else put up. like I said, I didn't read the entire 26 pages, but did read a lot of it and did not see this yet.
It has worked for me. going to go to my in-laws house and set his settings tomorrow. keeping my fingers crossed.
- e. AVR switches to TV source when first turned ON: This occurs because you have the HDMI-CEC/ARC feature on your TV set to ON as well as HDMI Control on the AVR set to ON. There are several work-arounds to prevent this from happening depending on whether you:
- Only set ARC to ON when you want to actually use that feature, or
- Connect an optical cable from the TV to the AVR and don't use the ARC feature which will result in the same level of audio quality;
want to pass audio from the TV back to the AVR:
g. Center Channel dialog too weak watching TV: Adjust the Dynamic EQ "Reference Offset" setting from 0 to 10db.
In order to get the AVR GUI/menu to display you must first press the "AMP" button and then the "Menu" button to let the remote know you want the menu from the AMP as opposed to another device's menu.
Investors are not easily swayed by gimmicks.
Success is determined by which allocators and managers decide to use the network as much as how allocations are made as a result of the network. For now, most institutions will want to meet a manager in person prior to investment.