100 DAY WEIGHT LOSS CHALLENGE : HOW MANY CALORIES IN BEEF STEW.
Body for Life: 12 Weeks to Mental and Physical Strength
Mention the name Bill Phillips to any of the people he's helped transform and you will see their faces light up with appreciation and respect. These people include:83% (10)
Hundreds of thousands of men and women who read his magazine for guidance and straightforward information about exercise, nutrition, and living with strength.
Elite professional athletes, among them John Elway, Karl Malone, Mike Piazza, and Terrell Davis ?ho have turned to Phillips for clear–cut information to enhance their energy and performance.
People once plagued by obesity, alcoholism, and life–threatening ailments who accepted a personal challenge from Bill Phillips and, with his help, have regained control of their bodies and their lives.
When you begin to apply the information in this book, you will be proving to yourself that astounding changes are within your grasp too. And, you will discover Body–for–LIFE is much more than a book about physical fitness ?t's a gateway to a new and better life, a life of rewarding and fulfilling moments, perhaps more spectacular than you've ever dared to dream before.
Within 12 weeks, you too are going to know ?ot believe, but know : that the transformation you've created with your body is merely an example of the power you have to transform everything else in your world.
In language that is vivid and down–to–earth, Bill Phillips guides you, step by step, through the integrated Body–for–LIFE Program, which reveals:
How to lose fat and increase your strength by exercising less, not more;
How to tap into an endless source of energy by living with the Power MindsetTM;
How to create more time for everything meaningful in your life;
How to trade hours of aerobics for minutes of weight training ?ith dramatic results;
How to make continual progress by using the High–Point TechniqueTM;
How to feed your muscles while starving fat with the Nutrition–for–LIFE MethodTM;
How thousands of ordinary people have now become extraordinary and how you can, too;
How to gain control of your body and life, once and for all.
The principles of the Body–for–LIFE Program are surprisingly simple but remarkably powerful. So allow yourself to experience the force of the information in this book, allow yourself to take your mind, your body, your life to a higher point than you may have ever dreamed you could. All in as little as 12 weeks.
Bill Phillips had been publishing bodybuilding magazines and marketing nutritional supplements for years when he had a weird revelation at a trade show: many of the most loyal and enthusiastic readers he had were totally out of shape. From that uncomfortable realization came his popular Physique Transformation Contest (top prize that first year: Phillips's own Lamborghini), now world famous, and this book.
The three-times-a-week weightlifting program in Body for Life is deceptively simple. If you've spent any time in the gym, you've already done all the exercises. But Phillips includes a couple of high-intensity sets at the end of each exercise that should compound the training effect on each muscle group. Same goes for the cardiovascular exercise he recommends: just 20 minutes, three times a week. But those 20 minutes are spent jacking the intensity up and down, accomplishing more in less time.
Phillips arranges all this into a 12-week program, along with nutritional and motivational tips. Be warned that the nutritional advice gets a little spacey. For example, he puts "carbohydrates" and "vegetables" into separate categories, and recommends three daily doses of a nutritional supplement called Myoplex, which his company manufactures. (Fortunately, he gives tips on how to make each dose taste different, such as by adding drops of peppermint extract.) Despite this strangeness, Body for Life still motivates because so many others have achieved astounding results in similar 12-week windows, and the pictures and testimonials are here as evidence. --Lou Schuler
Princess Nemisa [INFO BELOW]
Name: Princess Nemisa / Age: 14 [physically] / Height: 5 feet tall / Weight: 97 lbs / Eyes: Orange-Red / Hair: Long Aqua Blue [4 tassels] / Skin: Light Tan / Blood: Holy, Demonic, Human. / DNA: 33% ArchFiend - 33% Deity - 34% Human / Weapon: Vorpal Golden Giants Axe / Battles: 2185 / Wins: 1360 / Losses: 100 / Draws: 725 / Confirmed Character Kills: 763. =============================================================== Three-thousand years after the War of Armageddon, the ArchFiend of the Underworld and the Mighty One of the Heavens have both fallen to each other's power. Their demise brought upon calamity for both the Heavens and the Underworld. Both realms were in complete chaos, and the Earth was in smoulders from the impact of the war between the two sides. Only pockets of humans survived here and there, and began the process of rebuilding a civilization that was lost in the great war. Peace and prosperity for all was promised by this war, but it was not to be. It wasn't that it was a lie, but it was unfulfilled at the underestimation of each other's power and how much power worship can give one. In the time of calamity came great tribulation for everyone. Mankind, the Heavens, and the Underworld suffered tremendous losses, and the gates to all three realms were open. The Heavens reconstructed their gates, and thus shut their doors while they recover. The Underworld was soon to follow, and neutrality was in place for just one hundred years. The Heavens stablized their balance of power by changing the structure of their Holy Kingdom. Instead of one God to rule them all, they decided that the 10 most powerful of their bunch shall rule the Heavens, with each power holding a position at a table made of pearl and shaped like a cross. These ten were chosen by their own, with the table consisting of eight males and two females. They were renamed the High Gods and High Goddesses of the Heavenly Order, and the temple from which they gather was named The Temple of Heavenly Light. In the Underworld, it was a much different story. There was no democracy there. It was every monster for itself. Those who could prove their power were brought to the table they had constructed, made of human bone. Their table was shaped into a pentagram with the emblem of their lost Lord embedded in the center of the pentagram. They held tournaments of the highest orders to find out who had the most power and who was most deserving of the ten positions. In their victory, ten ArchFiends were produced, and named their individual kingdoms that they ruled over in the Underworld. With the Underworld and the Heavens stablized to the best of their ability, the war was still ongoing, just put on hold while both sides recovered. On more than one occasion, the High Gods and Goddesses have lowered to do battle on Earth with the ArchFiends, with both sides' armies taking more losses. But there was an ArchFiend and a High Goddess who fell in love with each other and, although they were different and were a part of a war that could never accept their unity, continued to influence each other and became romantically involved to the point where the two mated. In their unity, they created a child. The Heavens and the Underworld found out this information when their High Goddess and ArchFiend failed to return for one whole year. Both sides set forth to find them, and found them in a cave behind a waterfall with seals to prevent both sides from sensing their presence. The child was only months old when the two sides locked in combat. The High Goddess was destroyed by the Underworld and the ArchFiend was destroyed by the Heavens. The child was hidden inside the cave. The Heavens could not hold out much longer while the Underworld was present at that cave, and after the destruction of the High Goddess and ArchFiend, the High Gods returned to their world, but the ArchFiends stayed to investigate. There, they found the child hidden in the depths of the cave. Upon inspection, the child was female; a little girl with aqua blue hair beginning to spring out her head, and orange-red eyes. She had no wings, and her face was human. It was later learned that the High Goddess they defeated was once an ordinary Human woman who ascended to the Heavens, appointed by the Mighty One and his son at the time, and took the position as High Goddess during the calamity. They took the child to their world at the unknowing of the Heavens. Once there, they found the child to have both Heavenly and Underworldly life expectancy, and she would age very slowly. Her power was duly noted by the ArchFiends who then decided it would be extremely beneficial to their destruction of the Heavens to raise this girl as a weapon. They would bring about death, destruction, and exceedingly difficult war training for the little girl while she began to age, and named her Princess Nemisa, a female subversion of the word Nemesis. Princess Nemisa was raised as a battle princess, and she would prMale & Female Lions
The lion (Panthera leo) is one of the four big cats in the genus Panthera, and a member of the family Felidae. With some males exceeding 250 kg (550 lb) in weight, it is the second-largest living cat after the tiger. Wild lions currently exist in Sub-Saharan Africa and in Asia with an endangered remnant population in Gir Forest National Park in India, having disappeared from North Africa and Southwest Asia in historic times. Until the late Pleistocene, about 10,000 years ago, the lion was the most widespread large land mammal after humans. They were found in most of Africa, across Eurasia from western Europe to India, and in the Americas from the Yukon to Peru. The lion is a vulnerable species, having seen a possibly irreversible population decline of thirty to fifty percent over the past two decades in its African range. Lion populations are untenable outside designated reserves and national parks. Although the cause of the decline is not fully understood, habitat loss and conflicts with humans are currently the greatest causes of concern. Lions live for ten to fourteen years in the wild, while in captivity they can live longer than twenty years. In the wild, males seldom live longer than ten years, as injuries sustained from continual fighting with rival males greatly reduce their longevity. They typically inhabit savanna and grassland, although they may take to bush and forest. Lions are unusually social compared to other cats. A pride of lions consists of related females and offspring and a small number of adult males. Groups of female lions typically hunt together, preying mostly on large ungulates. Lions are apex and keystone predators, although they scavenge as opportunity allows. While lions do not typically hunt humans, some have been known to do so. Highly distinctive, the male lion is easily recognised by its mane, and its face is one of the most widely recognised animal symbols in human culture. Depictions have existed from the Upper Paleolithic period, with carvings and paintings from the Lascaux and Chauvet Caves, through virtually all ancient and medieval cultures where they once occurred. It has been extensively depicted in sculptures, in paintings, on national flags, and in contemporary films and literature. Lions have been kept in menageries since the time of the Roman Empire and have been a key species sought for exhibition in zoos the world over since the late eighteenth century. Zoos are cooperating worldwide in breeding programs for the endangered Asiatic subspecies The lion is the tallest (at the shoulder) of the felines, and also is the second-heaviest feline after the tiger. Its skull is very similar to that of the tiger, although the frontal region is usually more depressed and flattened, with a slightly shorter postorbital region. The lion's skull has broader nasal openings than the tiger. However, due to the amount of skull variation in the two species, usually, only the structure of the lower jaw can be used as a reliable indicator of species. Lion coloration varies from light buff to yellowish, reddish, or dark ochraceous brown. The underparts are generally lighter and the tail tuft is black. Lion cubs are born with brown rosettes (spots) on their body, rather like those of a leopard. Although these fade as lions reach adulthood, faint spots often may still be seen on the legs and underparts, particularly on lionesses. Lions are the only members of the cat family to display obvious sexual dimorphism—that is, males and females look distinctly different. They also have specialised roles that each gender plays in the pride. For instance, the lioness, the hunter, lacks the male's thick cumbersome mane. It seems to impede the male's ability to be camouflaged when stalking the prey and create overheating in chases. The colour of the male's mane varies from blond to black, generally becoming darker as the lion grows older. Weights for adult lions range between 150–250 kg (330–550 lb) for males and 120–182 kg (264–400 lb) for females. Nowell and Jackson report average weights of 181 kg for males and 126 kg for females; one male shot near Mount Kenya was weighed at 272 kg (600 lb). Lions tend to vary in size depending on their environment and area, resulting in a wide spread in recorded weights. For instance, lions in southern Africa tend to be about 5 percent heavier than those in East Africa, in general. Head and body length is 170–250 cm (5 ft 7 in – 8 ft 2 in) in males and 140–175 cm (4 ft 7 in – 5 ft 9 in) in females; shoulder height is up to 123 cm (4 ft) in males and as low as 91 cm (3 ft) in females. The tail length is 90–105 cm (2 ft 11 in - 3 ft 5 in) in males and 70–100 cm in females (2 ft 4 in – 3 ft 3 in). The longest known lion was a black-maned male shot near Mucsso, southern Angola in October 1973; the heaviest lion known in the wild was a man-eater shot in 1936 just outside Hectorspruit in eastern Transvaal, South Africa and weighed 313 kg (690 lb). Lions in c
The #1 name in fitness videos delivers her first book on the principles, exercises, and recipes for healthy living. Leslie Sansone and her fitness videos have been more successful at getting women up off the couch and walking than anyone else in the fitness industry. The secret? Removing the intimidation that keeps so many women from getting started. Now, in her first book, Leslie includes a breakthrough6-week program to help readers easily walk away the pounds, using walking and strength-training routines to burn fat, firm muscle, and increase metabolism. With chapters devoted to diet and nutrition, obesity, and the elderly, WALKAWAYTHEPOUNDSis infused with the infectious blend of motivation, warmth, and spirit that has made Leslie famous and given millions of women a new chance at healthy living.Similar posts:
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