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our core is a complex series of muscles, extending far beyond your abs, including everything besides your arms and legs. It is incorporated in almost every movement of the human body. These muscles can act as an isometric or dynamic stabilizer for movement, transfer force from one extremity to another, or initiate movement itself.
Your core most often acts as a stabilizer and force transfer center rather than a prime mover. Yet consistently people focus on training their core as a prime mover and in isolation. This would be doing crunches or back extensions versus functional movements like deadlifts, overhead squats, and pushups, among many other functional closed chain exercises.1 By training that way, not only are you missing out on a major function of the core, but also better strength gains, more efficient movement, and longevity of health.
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This week on Beyond the Veil we will be covering what we were unable to cover last week: A review of the FEMA Pandemic Exercise of 2013 – 2014 that is currently being discussed by officials in FEMA Region II. We will give an over view of the information provided and of course provide you the sources needed for verification. We will also be looking over the State of Emergency declared in Connecticut and what impact this could have for the rest of the nation. What should we be focusing our attention on? Does this go back to our earlier claims of the North American Union? Tune in tonight – and as always, call in to join the discussion.
Key Buzz words, contemplative prayer, experiential Christianity, relational Christianity are key words in understanding spiritual formation.
The Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius of Loyola (composed from 1522–1524) are a set of Christian meditations, prayers and mental exercises, divided into four thematic 'weeks' of variable length, designed to be carried out over a period of 28 to 30 days. They were composed with the intention of helping the retreatant to discern Jesus in his life, leading him to a personal commitment to follow him. Though the underlying spiritual outlook is Catholic, the exercises can also be undertaken by non-Catholics. The 'Spiritual Exercises' booklet was formally approved in 1548 by Paul III.
The Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius form the cornerstone of Ignatian Spirituality—a way of understanding and living the human relationship with God in the world exemplified in the Society of Jesus (Jesuits). Although originally designed to take place in the setting of a secluded retreat, during which those undergoing the exercises would be focused on nothing other than the Exercises, in his introductory notes, Ignatius provides a model for completing the Exercises over a longer period without the need of seclusion. The Exercises were designed to be carried out while under the direction of a spiritual director. The Spiritual Exercises were never meant only for the vowed religious. Ignatius of Loyola gave the Exercises for 15 years before he was ordained, and years before the Society of Jesus was even founded. After the Society was formed, the Exercises became the central component of the Jesuit novitiate training program, and they usually take place during the first year of a two year novitiate. Ignatius considered the examen, or spiritual self-review, to be the most important way to continue to live out the experience of the Exercises after their completion.
Join FitBody Radio co-hosts International Federation of Bodybuilding (IFBB) Figure Pro and professional competitor coach & trainer Jami DeBernard and formerly obese (now fit) personal trainer Brian Jagger, as they discuss “Worst Exercises”. They dicuss their least favorite exercises, the ones that are the most dangerous and the ones they think are the biggest waste of time or done most incorrectly. Another can't miss episode!
Tonight on Beyond the Veil we will be reviewing the FEMA Pandemic Exercise of 2013 – 2014 that is currently being discussed by officials in FEMA Region II. We will give an over view of the information provided and of course provide you the sources needed for verification. We will also be looking over the State of Emergency declared in Connecticut and what impact this could have for the rest of the nation. What should we be focusing our attention on? Does this go back to our earlier claims of the North American Union? Tune in tonight – and as always, call in to join the discussion.
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