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  • 00:35

    WHAT UP? NO..........WATT UP? HOW TO INCREASE YOUR WATTS

    in Religion

    WATT UP???


    HOW TO BE THE ARK OF THE COVENANT


    email; masterteacher33.com@gmail.com to sign up!!!!!!!!


    Voltage (volts) measures the pressure, or FORCE, of electricity. The amps multiplied by the volts gives you the wattage (watts), a measure of the WORK that electricity does per second. Think of it this way: Electricity flowing through a wire is like water flowing through a garden hose.


     


    Watts measures the rate of energy conversion. It is defined as one joule per second. In the case of cardiovascular exercise, it is the power that you are producing when training. The more power you are producing, the harder you are working. The best way to explain this power is in calories. When you are producing power, you are burning more calories. This is a very important way to design your program and progressions if you are trying to lose weight. Much like resistance training, you need to slowly overload the muscles and have a recovery period before overloading again. Over time, you will produce more power. For athletes, watts are the key to their sports. The more power you can generate, the faster you can accelerate in a play, the more weight you can push for an offensive lineman in football, or the higher you can jump in basketball. Training your cardiovascular energy system to create this power is very important in achieving your results throughout the game.


     

  • 00:41

    Sharp as Knives™ with guest Chef Rachel Yang

    in Entrepreneur

    Rachel Yang, a 2015 James nominee for the Best Northwest chef, is known for her singular culinary vision that artfully blends a love of bold, unexpected flavors with classic technique. Her food defies expectation and simple definition, and has earned her a reputation as an innovator and creative force. Yang's food is beloved by seasoned, adventurous diners and often considered a revelation by newcomers eager to expand their palates. Her cuisine is informed equally by her personal history as a Korean native as well as her kitchen experience at restaurants Per Se, Essex House, and DB Bistro Moderne. Yang’s work is consistently acclaimed and recognized, including two James Beard Award nominations for Best Chef Northwest in 2013 and 2014. Along with her co-chef and husband, Seif Chirchi, Yang owns two Seattle restaurants: Joule, a contemporary Korean steakhouse that was named one of 2013’s Best New Restaurants in America by Bon Appetite Magazine, and Revel, a lively, casual space for street food-style comfort food. Trove, one of 2015 GQ’s 25 best new restaurants, features noodle bar, Korean bbq, and parfait window.

  • 00:31

    Energy

    in Lifestyle

    World Events