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So I finally hit 100 steps-minute on the stairmaster for 45 minutes which is a personal record. I'm not even gon lie like the shit was easy bruh shit damn near killt me - I was sweating and heaving like a pregnant woman at a buffet πŸ€°πŸΌπŸ—πŸ–πŸ•. So I text my lil homegirl to let her know and she said "ok now what." And I'm like "NOW WHAT - IS U CRAZY? SHIT DAMN NEAR KILLED ME!" And she said dead ass: "oh so you're just gonna hit that record and stop? Ok." I'm not gon lie. I was gonna be content stopping at 100 because honestly every workout shouldn't be a near-death experience. In fact, I was about to hit her with the good ol "I WANNA SEE YOU DO THAT." But three things. First, it ain't about her. She got other goals and she reaching for them goals, not mine. Secondly, she could do it if she wanted to because EVERYONE can do almost ANYTHING they put they mind to - u just gotta have the mindset that u can achieve it - I know that sound like some waxy face Tony Robbins "buy my 10 CD set for $199.99" motivational BULLSHIT but it's true! (And I ain't gon charge you two hunnit for it πŸ˜πŸ˜‚). I use to not be able to do a single pull up. Now I can do over 100 with a 20 pound vest. It's just determination. Third...and most important...GETCHU SOME FRIENDS THAT'S NOT GON LET U GET COMFORTABLE. WINNING TAKE DETERMINATION. SO BE DETERMINED AND KICK SOME MF ASS. I'm now at 102 per minute and I'm hoping to hit 103 next workout. Why not? I thought 100 was the limit. U just gotta remind yourself that those limits only exist in your mind 😬. Bless up! (P.s. If I die on the stairmaster by passing out and bashing my face on the mechanical stairs and then getting sucked under the machine so my entire body folds up like a lawn chair and crumples up like a piece of paper, just bones crunching in every direction...then IT'S ALL HER FAULT AND I TAKE BACK ALL THIS SHIT ABOUT REAL FRIENDS BECAUSE IT'S A SHAM DAT BISH WAS JUST TRYINA KILL ME BLESS UP πŸ˜πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚): Every time I take my dog for a walk she has to stop to see her crush. It's like Romeo and Juliet So I finally hit 100 steps-minute on the stairmaster for 45 minutes which is a personal record. I'm not even gon lie like the shit was easy bruh shit damn near killt me - I was sweating and heaving like a pregnant woman at a buffet πŸ€°πŸΌπŸ—πŸ–πŸ•. So I text my lil homegirl to let her know and she said "ok now what." And I'm like "NOW WHAT - IS U CRAZY? SHIT DAMN NEAR KILLED ME!" And she said dead ass: "oh so you're just gonna hit that record and stop? Ok." I'm not gon lie. I was gonna be content stopping at 100 because honestly every workout shouldn't be a near-death experience. In fact, I was about to hit her with the good ol "I WANNA SEE YOU DO THAT." But three things. First, it ain't about her. She got other goals and she reaching for them goals, not mine. Secondly, she could do it if she wanted to because EVERYONE can do almost ANYTHING they put they mind to - u just gotta have the mindset that u can achieve it - I know that sound like some waxy face Tony Robbins "buy my 10 CD set for $199.99" motivational BULLSHIT but it's true! (And I ain't gon charge you two hunnit for it πŸ˜πŸ˜‚). I use to not be able to do a single pull up. Now I can do over 100 with a 20 pound vest. It's just determination. Third...and most important...GETCHU SOME FRIENDS THAT'S NOT GON LET U GET COMFORTABLE. WINNING TAKE DETERMINATION. SO BE DETERMINED AND KICK SOME MF ASS. I'm now at 102 per minute and I'm hoping to hit 103 next workout. Why not? I thought 100 was the limit. U just gotta remind yourself that those limits only exist in your mind 😬. Bless up! (P.s. If I die on the stairmaster by passing out and bashing my face on the mechanical stairs and then getting sucked under the machine so my entire body folds up like a lawn chair and crumples up like a piece of paper, just bones crunching in every direction...then IT'S ALL HER FAULT AND I TAKE BACK ALL THIS SHIT ABOUT REAL FRIENDS BECAUSE IT'S A SHAM DAT BISH WAS JUST TRYINA KILL ME BLESS UP πŸ˜πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚)
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πŸ’ͺ🌱 Just another protein deficient vegan... Nimai Delgado was raised vegetarian since birth so has never consumed meat and went vegan back in January 2015. He received his IFBB Pro card last year and now competes in the IFBB Physique division. (@nimai_delgado). _ Many world class athletes are now seeing the benefits of using plants as their only source of protein. Plants contain all the essential amino acids we require, and there’s no comparison between animal foods and plant foods when it comes to providing immune-boosting and cancer-fighting nutrients. Animal foods are either exceedingly low or devoid of antioxidants and tend to offer concentrated amounts of individual nutrients, like protein or calcium, while being deficient in many others. By contrast, plant foods are rich in antioxidants and provide a wide spectrum of vitamins, minerals, and other health-promoting nutrients. _ This is why those following a plant-based diet have a lowered risk of developing cancer, diabetes, stroke and heart disease and a longer life expectancy. _ riseofthevegan vegan proteindeficient: Raised vegetarian since birth. Vegan 2.5 years. IFBB Pro. Still waiting for the protein deficiency. πŸ’ͺ🌱 Just another protein deficient vegan... Nimai Delgado was raised vegetarian since birth so has never consumed meat and went vegan back in January 2015. He received his IFBB Pro card last year and now competes in the IFBB Physique division. (@nimai_delgado). _ Many world class athletes are now seeing the benefits of using plants as their only source of protein. Plants contain all the essential amino acids we require, and there’s no comparison between animal foods and plant foods when it comes to providing immune-boosting and cancer-fighting nutrients. Animal foods are either exceedingly low or devoid of antioxidants and tend to offer concentrated amounts of individual nutrients, like protein or calcium, while being deficient in many others. By contrast, plant foods are rich in antioxidants and provide a wide spectrum of vitamins, minerals, and other health-promoting nutrients. _ This is why those following a plant-based diet have a lowered risk of developing cancer, diabetes, stroke and heart disease and a longer life expectancy. _ riseofthevegan vegan proteindeficient
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This should be repeated like a mantra, thousands of times over to our stupid a$$ POTUS Administration and Secretary of Defense. Because this outrageous sh*t they do is unacceptable. There are thousands of transgender people in the U.S. military. This is a downright betrayal of those who put their life on the line to defend this country, including safety of those ungrateful f*ckers in our government. LGBT LGBTUN rainbownation rainbow_nation_us trans Transgender USmilitary discrimination NonBinary WTF LGBTPride LGBTSupport Homosexual GayPride Lesbian Gay Pansexual GenderEquality GenderFluid Questioning Asexual Bisexual Androgyne Agender GenderQueer Intersex: TRANS PEOPLE ARE NOT A BURDEN. TRANS PEOPLE ARE NOT A BURDEN. TRANS PEOPLE ARE NOT A BURDEN. TRANS PEOPLE ARE NOT A BURDEN. TRANS PEOPLE ARE NOT A BURDEN. TRANS PEOPLE ARE NOT A BURDEN. TRANS PEOPLE ARE NOT A BURDEN. TRANS PEOPLE ARE NOT A BURDEN. TRANS PEOPLE ARE NOT A BURDEN. TRANS PEOPLE ARE NOT A BURDEN. TRANS PEOPLE ARE NOT A BURDEN. TRANS PEOPLE ARE NOT A BURDEN. TRANS PEOPLE ARE NOT A BURDEN. LGBT This should be repeated like a mantra, thousands of times over to our stupid a$$ POTUS Administration and Secretary of Defense. Because this outrageous sh*t they do is unacceptable. There are thousands of transgender people in the U.S. military. This is a downright betrayal of those who put their life on the line to defend this country, including safety of those ungrateful f*ckers in our government. LGBT LGBTUN rainbownation rainbow_nation_us trans Transgender USmilitary discrimination NonBinary WTF LGBTPride LGBTSupport Homosexual GayPride Lesbian Gay Pansexual GenderEquality GenderFluid Questioning Asexual Bisexual Androgyne Agender GenderQueer Intersex
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(Continued from the last post) I'm still crying, I've never cried for this long. I'm been so hurt, I'm not feeling sorry for myself. I'm feeling sorry for Africa. What am I going to do now, go back to slave privileges afforded by the destruction of African people. Capitalism was built on the destruction of Africa. I don't want capitalistic privileges, I don't want a European car, house, clothes, food or European racism. That in my eyes isn't success, I just want to be with my people in my culture in the lands that I was stolen from. Many people won't understand what has been done because they don't read enough about the subject, for all those about to cry privileged tears, talking about "Chaka you can't say Europeans!", I can and I did, sort your f*cking people out. Sitting on the fence talking about kumbaya, while Africa is raped and Africans are murdered by European police across the globe isn't good enough. If you are fighting racism then I applaud you, if you are European, and you take a stand to change things for the better then I applaud you, if you are just here for the memes and banter then you don't have a right to speak. As for f*cking white Jesus all over Africa, F*ck white Jesus, an invented white deity isn't gong to free Africans from white oppression. Neither is Islam, how are the African countries where islam is the main belief system structurally? They are messed up! How are you a religious leader and rich? You can talk all the Allah talk you want, what are you doing for Africans? What is use is there praying everyday but not doing anything. Look at what just happened at grenfell tower, look at how many Africans just died because of racism. We need unity... more below (If you make this about god I'll block you): Deported for the 2nd time this week.... @chakabars It's so hard for Africans to travel Africa.. (Continued from the last post) I'm still crying, I've never cried for this long. I'm been so hurt, I'm not feeling sorry for myself. I'm feeling sorry for Africa. What am I going to do now, go back to slave privileges afforded by the destruction of African people. Capitalism was built on the destruction of Africa. I don't want capitalistic privileges, I don't want a European car, house, clothes, food or European racism. That in my eyes isn't success, I just want to be with my people in my culture in the lands that I was stolen from. Many people won't understand what has been done because they don't read enough about the subject, for all those about to cry privileged tears, talking about "Chaka you can't say Europeans!", I can and I did, sort your f*cking people out. Sitting on the fence talking about kumbaya, while Africa is raped and Africans are murdered by European police across the globe isn't good enough. If you are fighting racism then I applaud you, if you are European, and you take a stand to change things for the better then I applaud you, if you are just here for the memes and banter then you don't have a right to speak. As for f*cking white Jesus all over Africa, F*ck white Jesus, an invented white deity isn't gong to free Africans from white oppression. Neither is Islam, how are the African countries where islam is the main belief system structurally? They are messed up! How are you a religious leader and rich? You can talk all the Allah talk you want, what are you doing for Africans? What is use is there praying everyday but not doing anything. Look at what just happened at grenfell tower, look at how many Africans just died because of racism. We need unity... more below (If you make this about god I'll block you)
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The Science of Perseverance – How Your Beliefs Can Strengthen (or Weaken) Your Motivation. According to decades of research, there are two fundamental belief systems, also know as β€œmindsets,” that determine how people respond to struggle, setbacks and failure when pursuing their goals. In one mindset, you’re likely to get discouraged and give up on your goal. In the other, you tend to embrace the struggle, learn from the setbacks and keep moving forward – you persevere. When we hear about extremely successful people, we mostly hear about their great accomplishments – not about the many mistakes they made and the failures they experienced along the way. In fact, most successful people throughout history are also those who have had the most failures. That is no coincidence. People who achieve great feats, no matter what field, understand that failure is not a stumbling block but a stepping-stone on the road to success. There is no success without risk and failure. We often fail to see this truth because the outcome is more visible than the processβ€”we see the final success and not the many failures that led to it. Listen NeverGiveUp EYELoveYou 4biddenknowledge: Goalcast that it's not that difficult?" 35 The Science of Perseverance – How Your Beliefs Can Strengthen (or Weaken) Your Motivation. According to decades of research, there are two fundamental belief systems, also know as β€œmindsets,” that determine how people respond to struggle, setbacks and failure when pursuing their goals. In one mindset, you’re likely to get discouraged and give up on your goal. In the other, you tend to embrace the struggle, learn from the setbacks and keep moving forward – you persevere. When we hear about extremely successful people, we mostly hear about their great accomplishments – not about the many mistakes they made and the failures they experienced along the way. In fact, most successful people throughout history are also those who have had the most failures. That is no coincidence. People who achieve great feats, no matter what field, understand that failure is not a stumbling block but a stepping-stone on the road to success. There is no success without risk and failure. We often fail to see this truth because the outcome is more visible than the processβ€”we see the final success and not the many failures that led to it. Listen NeverGiveUp EYELoveYou 4biddenknowledge
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Morning guys 😊 β€’ SLOW SUBMITTED BY AIRYNU - There's something wrong with my reflection. Well, I suppose, if we're being honest here, there's been something wrong for years. You see, since I was a child I've always noticed that it could never quite keep up. A reflection should follow your movements precisely, in real-time, with no guesswork involved. But mine is always just a little slow and sometimes just a little off. The first time it happened, it really scared me. Children are very perceptive, you know, and 8-year-old me, with my keen eyes, I could see that something was wrong. I told my parents but they didn't believe me and insisted that it was all in my head. They still forced me to brush my teeth on my own every day despite all of my protests. As I got older, my slow reflection just became a fact of life. Didn't matter where I was, what mirror I was looking into, my reflection just couldn't keep up. I began to make a game of it and see if I could catch it off guard. I would open my eyes really suddenly when washing my face to see if I could get a glimpse. What freaks me out now though isn't my reflection's slow shenanigans. No, I got used to those long ago. What freaks me out now is that today, while washing my face and playing my usual game, I opened my eyes to see my own face staring me down with a sinister smile. It makes me wonder... why, after all these years, does it suddenly feel confident enough to come out of hiding?: source is mentioned in our blog weird-facts.org source is mentioned in our blog :weird-facts.or In 2003, a 6-inch-long human skeleton was found in Chile's Atacama Desert. Often called the β€œAtacama Alien," Ata is believed to be a 6 to 8-year-old human. but the debated cause of its size, missing ribs, and deformed head remains a mystery. waird-facts org Morning guys 😊 β€’ SLOW SUBMITTED BY AIRYNU - There's something wrong with my reflection. Well, I suppose, if we're being honest here, there's been something wrong for years. You see, since I was a child I've always noticed that it could never quite keep up. A reflection should follow your movements precisely, in real-time, with no guesswork involved. But mine is always just a little slow and sometimes just a little off. The first time it happened, it really scared me. Children are very perceptive, you know, and 8-year-old me, with my keen eyes, I could see that something was wrong. I told my parents but they didn't believe me and insisted that it was all in my head. They still forced me to brush my teeth on my own every day despite all of my protests. As I got older, my slow reflection just became a fact of life. Didn't matter where I was, what mirror I was looking into, my reflection just couldn't keep up. I began to make a game of it and see if I could catch it off guard. I would open my eyes really suddenly when washing my face to see if I could get a glimpse. What freaks me out now though isn't my reflection's slow shenanigans. No, I got used to those long ago. What freaks me out now is that today, while washing my face and playing my usual game, I opened my eyes to see my own face staring me down with a sinister smile. It makes me wonder... why, after all these years, does it suddenly feel confident enough to come out of hiding?

Morning guys 😊 β€’ SLOW SUBMITTED BY AIRYNU - There's something wrong with my reflection. Well, I suppose, if we're being honest here, ther...

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