BY EMMET RUSHE This is part two of ‘How to lose weight and keep it off – for good’While writing this it became apparent that this will be a 3 part article, which will finish next week. If you missed last week’s article, we covered Calories, Protein intake and your Fat intake.3: MANAGE YOUR CARBOHYDRATE INTAKE In the past 10 years, carbs have been seen as the enemy and the impression is that if you eat them, you will get fat.This couldn’t be further from the truth. Carbs in your diet are not a bad thing; the problem is with the eating habits we have acquired over the last 15 years.Diets high in processed foods have huge amounts of hidden carbs that are used for sweeteners. Look for High Fructose Corn Syrup HFC’s in the ingredients.Low fat foods have carbs added in to replace the fat that is taken out (low fat milk has more carbs per 100ml than protein). Highly processed foods can also have a high fat content which, along with the high carb content, can send your calorie limit through the roof.Managing your carb intake is easier than you might think.Cut out refined carbs by eliminating processed foods, high sugar drinks, white sugar and white flour products (pasta and breads).Fill your plate with more fibrous carbs through vegetables and limit your intake of starchy carbs (potatoes, rice).This simple step alone will accelerate your fat burning to new levels. If you are looking at this and thinking that I have removed everything that you currently eat, there are two points I must make.If you currently eat predominantly processed foods and cannot lose weight, you have to change your habits or you could end up with severe health problems. You will not lose weight eating like this.No one food is evil. You did not gain weight because of one single chocolate bar. If you eat a well-balanced diet 90% of the time, and you are not misreporting or lying to yourself, you can allow yourself a free meal each week where you can eat whatever you like and it won’t hinder your weight loss goals.Managing your carbohydrates is your key to fat loss and the body you have always wanted. You do not need to remove them permanently in order to achieve this. 4: LIFT MORE WEIGHTSWhether you like it or not, lifting weights has been proven time and time again to burn more fat, especially belly fat, than jogging or running.Why? It’s simple.As you build more muscle, (no you are not going to turn into a body builder, get over it, it won’t happen), you are increasing your body’s ability to burn calories even while resting.Say that again??The more muscle you have, the more calories your body will burn.Weight lifting is the only way you can achieve this and get a great body at the same time.In fact, a study on diet plus exercise found that;The weight training group lost 21.1 pounds of fat (44% and 35% more than the diet and aerobic exercise only groups respectively). Basically, the addition of aerobic training didn’t result in any real world significant fat loss over dieting alone.Want to know how to do this properly?Ask your gym instructor or contact me through the link below and I can write you up a program that will help you achieve the body you always wanted, faster than ever.For fat loss, you will start with full body training sessions and try to do this 3-4 time per week.As you progress, this can be split into an upper body session (twice per week) and a lower body session (twice per week).If you cannot get 4 session per week your upper-lower split can become a 3 day cycle which would be split up like this;Week 1 – Upper body – Lower body – Upper body. Week 2 – Lower body – Upper body – Lower body.Again, for exercise selection and a structured training program, contact me through the link below.That’s it for this week, next week we will cover cardio and if it’s actually needed for fat loss.Any questions, contact me. #TrainSmarthttps://www.facebook.com/pages/Rushe-Fitness/120518884715118EMMET RUSHE’S FITNESS COLUMN: HOW TO LOSE WEIGHT AND KEEP IT OFF – PART TWO was last modified: February 1st, 2015 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:donegalemmet rushefitness column
Kelly’s Centra in Letterkenny are hosting their annual ABC walk next weekend.The charity event will take place next Saturday, October 15th @ 12midday. This is the store’s 5th annual walk which has raised €20,000 to date.We are leaving the store walking to Tescos shopping centre & back (optional)Refreshments served in the diner after the walk. Entry fee €5.00, walkers & children are encouraged to wear PINK to create awareness.Kelly’s Centra Cancer Walk takes place next weekend was last modified: October 8th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
Arcata >> It wasn’t how they had hoped to end the year.The Humboldt State women’s basketball team dropped its fourth game in a row — the seventh loss in the past eight games — in a 66-47 defeat to Cal State Monterey Bay on Saturday at Lumberjack Arena.“To be honest, overall, I’m embarrassed,” said HSU head coach Michelle Bento-Jackson, upset over her team’s play. “I did not like our performance tonight in many different areas…I thought we took a step backwards tonight.”Coming off a 79-71 …
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest As growers across the Eastern Corn Belt prepare for the 2017 growing season, one major issue that continues to be a challenge is weed control. Now is an appropriate time to make plans for control of weeds, especially aggressive, herbicide resistant species. Palmer amaranth is an aggressive plant that thrives in drought, can grow more than 2 inches a day, is resistant to multiple herbicide modes of action, and produces 100,000 or more seeds per plant. Many populations of this weed are resistant to multiple herbicide modes of action. Palmer amaranth has been observed to emerge from May through September. The key to keeping Palmer Amaranth from establishing itself is implementing management practices to effectively eliminate seed production and hinder its ability to spread.Tips for controlling Palmer amaranth 1. Scout for and identify problem weeds early. Palmer Amaranth is a pigweed species and can easily be confused with other pigweeds, such as redroot pigweed, during early growth stages. It is critical to identify weeds correctly in order to keep them from spreading. Universities such as Ohio State, Purdue, and Michigan State have excellent fact sheets with pictures to aid in weed identification.2. Start with a weed-free seedbed. Effective burndowns or deep tillage will help control Palmer Amaranth and will allow growers to begin the season with a weed-free seedbed. Apply herbicides when the seedlings are less than 4 inches tall.3. Use residual herbicides. Use of residual herbicides will control seedlings at emergence and limit the number of plants that will need to be controlled by post-emergence applications. This is especially critical in soybean fields, where effective post-emergence options are very limited 4. Crop Rotation. Rotation from soybeans to corn will allow for the use of additional herbicide modes of action (herbicides used in corn) that are effective at controlling Palmer Amaranth.5. Hand Weeding. If plants escape normal management practices, removal before they produce seeds is essential. If a seed head has formed, place a trash bag over the seed head before removing the plant from the field to eliminate the spread of seeds across the field.6. Manage drainage ditches, field borders, etc. Regularly mowing ditches, waterways, field borders, etc. will help control the spread of this weed. Although weeds growing in ditches do not directly compete with field crops, they will produce seeds and promote the spread of Palmer Amaranth.
8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… marshall kirkpatrick Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#news#NYT#web The product that used to be a personal wifi hotspot in your pocket will now become an API-enabled connectivity hub with apps. The MiFi portable multi-person wireless router that we first wrote about in December and joined a chorus of positive reviews for in June now allows outside developers to write network-leveraging applications for the battery powered device.Device manufacturer Novatel Wireless announced the availability of the Application Programming Interface today for both US and European models. (Press release at SlashGear.)The company hopes that both business and consumer users, developers both novice and advanced, will build MiFi applications as part of the new developer program.The device may not see an iPhone store’s worth of apps, but software that’s location, network and socially aware could enable some interesting small-group computing activities on the go. More traditional mobile internet solutions like one-person EVDO could quickly feel shockingly unsophisticated.On the other hand, the MiFi’s small group limitations and web-centric nature may make it a challenge for developers to really come up with a substantial number of exciting applications. None were showcased in the announcement of the API’s availability.A secure, collaborative, shared workspace with local access only by MiFi? That seems like the low hanging fruit. What else would you like to see running on a hotspot in your pocket?
Facebook Shaping songs and scores for screen-based stories requires more than talent. It demands collaboration, versatility and a keen sensitivity to subtle shifts in tone – in other words, a “fresh” vision that generates an “unconventional impact” on storytelling onscreen.We are excited to announce this year’s talented music creators in the Slaight Music Residency, who possess these skills in spades. On Monday, July 17, they will join residents in both the Cineplex Entertainment Film Program and the CBC Actors Conservatory. For the first time all of these three programs’ start dates align, which will enhance collaboration and further build our creative community.Since 2012, the Slaight Music Residency has inspired and launched 28 exceptional Canadian musical talents into our onscreen industry. Alumni of the Slaight Music Residency have achieved critical recognition and achievement awards, scoring more than 40 features, 18 TV series/docs and movies of the week. As Kathryn Emslie, Chief Programs Officer, CFC, noted at the recent Slaight Music Residency Showcase, this program’s alumni are “winning awards, traveling around the world, being seen as valued collaborators and professionals, and creating meaningful, exciting and commercial work.” Twitter Jonathan Kawchuk is an award-winning composer from Alberta. He has scored the feature films, Memento Mori (National Film Board of Canada), for which he was nominated for a 2017 Alberta Film and Television Award in the category of Best Original Musical Score (Non-fiction Over 30 Minutes), and Clara (Serendipity Point Films), as well as the Norwegian documentary web series, Fra Ungdommen, and a video feature for Vogue Italia. Kawchuk has experience writing internationally for multiple short films, theatre projects and sound installations. As a technician, he worked on albums for Nico Muhly and Ben Frost, and as an assistant sound tech for the Philip Glass Ensemble on Music in 12 Parts, in London. Kawchuk also is signed to Paper Bag Records as a recording artist. For his debut album, he lived and recorded in natural environments across Europe, North America and Asia. Kawchuk studied at multiple institutions and completed his Bachelor of Music, Honours, First Class, at the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts. In addition to his formal education, he has held a recording internship in Iceland, learned gamelan in Indonesia, and studied wildlife field recording in England under Chris Watson (Frozen Planet, Nova). Advertisement Lora Bidner is a Toronto-based singer-songwriter and film composer. She won 1st Prize, Best Original Score in the 2016 SOCAN Foundation Awards for Young Composers and Young Audio Visual Composers, for her original score written for the animated short, Missing. Bidner’s original song, “3,000 Volts,” was also nominated for Best Story Song in the 15th Annual Independent Music Awards, held in November 2016. Bidner is signed to New York-based publisher, Memory Lane Music Group. Her critically acclaimed nine-track 2015 album, To The North, touches on themes of human pathos, self-discovery and folklore. Hosting two sold-out album release parties in Ottawa and Toronto, To the North received radio play on CBC Radio One and attention from media outlets such as Exclaim!, Huffington Post, Ottawa Showbox and Apt 613. As a performing artist, Bidner has shared the stage with Juno-awarded/nominated artists, including SoCalled, Craig Cardiff, Justin Nozuka, Lynn Miles, Jim Bryson, Jill Barber, Danny Michel, Hannah Georgas and Dar Williams. Bidner completed her Bachelor of Music at Carleton University and a Masters in Music Technology and Digital Media at the University of Toronto. Advertisement Virginia Kilbertus is a composer for film, television and video games. She has worked with numerous prominent orchestras and ensembles in North America and Europe, including the Budapest Art Orchestra and Hilary Skewes studio orchestra at the renowned Air Studios in London, England. Kilbertus has scored multiple short films and video games by emerging filmmakers and game designers, and mentored with Canadian screen composer Rob Carli. Kilbertus has continued to work with Carli and Jim McGrath. Her credits include work on Darken, directed by Audrey Cummings, and Tulips, Love, Honour and a Bike, by Mike van Diem, as well as original scores for the shorts, Without Arms, Irse, Una Ultima Noche, and the Easy Trigger indie video game, Westernland: Dust to Dust. Kilbertus holds a Bachelor of Music in Composition from McGill University, where she graduated with a citation for Outstanding Achievement in Composition and was awarded the prestigious Helmut Blume Memorial Scholarship. She also holds a Master of Scoring for Film, Television, and Video Games from Berklee College of Music. Sarah Slean is a Juno- and Gemini-nominated songwriter and recording artist with a multifaceted career spanning more than two decades. Signed to Atlantic Records at 19 years old, she has since released 11 albums in more than 10 countries worldwide, toured North America, Europe and Scandinavia, and shared the stage with artists such as Rufus Wainwright, Bryan Ferry, Alanis Morrissette, Feist, Daniel Lanois and Andrew Bird. Slean is an accomplished composer, penning scores for all of her own albums, as well as other pop artists (e.g., Hayden, Trent Severn, Song for Africa), classical ensembles and dance companies. She has performed her songs and scores with renowned string quartets with orchestras in Canada and internationally (including on the TEDGlobal stage in Edinburgh). Her 2011 album, Land & Sea, featuring her scores for a 21-piece orchestra, was dubbed “a masterpiece” by The Montreal Gazette and an “awe-inspiring panorama of the mature poet and musician” by The Toronto Star. Classically trained since she was five years old, Slean routinely collaborates with cutting-edge contemporary classical ensembles like The Art of Time, and has been invited to sing world premieres by Canada’s award-winning composers, Christos Hatzis and Glenn Buhr. A voracious reader and lover of the arts, she has published two volumes of poetry, starred in short films and a Gemini Award-nominated movie musical, and held numerous exhibitions of her paintings. Her latest album,Metaphysics, was released in 2017.. Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Certainly, this incoming group is already well on their way. 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Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek says he enjoys getting a lot of playing time at the moment as he becomes an important member of Maurizio Sarri’s squad.After a loan spell at Crystal Palace last season, Ruben Loftus-Cheek is finally getting the opportunity he wants at Chelsea.The 22-year-old is increasing playing more for Chelsea and scoring as well.Manager Maurizio Sarri described his performance against PAOK as his best tactically.Maurizio Sarri satisfied despite Juventus’ draw at Fiorentina Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Maurizio Sarri was satisfied with Juventus’ performance on Saturday afternoon after finishing a tough game at Fiorentina 0-0.“It’s been really good for my confidence,’ he said of his recent involvement,” Loftus-Cheek told the club’s website.“I’ve had a lot more game-time on the pitch and I’ve been doing well when I’ve played so I’m raring to go at the minute.“I want to enjoy it and improve on my game as much as I can when I’m playing. It’s given me more confidence that the manager is playing me more so I’m heading in the right direction.”
Citation: A way to create liquid droplets inside of air bubbles (2018, February 8) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2018-02-liquid-droplets-air.html A model explains effects like the formation of clouds from the sea © 2018 Phys.org Explore further (a) Drop encapsulated in bubble, which is the last unknown area in the fluid encapsulation map. (b) Diagram of the experiment setup. (c) Stable production of uniform capsules (see Supplemental Material for the multimedia view). Credit: Physical Review Letters (2018). DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.120.054503 Physicists study bubbles and droplets because of the unique processes involved, and because doing so has led to the development of many useful applications such as inkjet printers. In this new effort, the researchers applied known properties of glycerol-water solutions in a unique way to generate liquid-suspended air bubbles containing a liquid drop inside of them.To create such bubbles, the researchers forced small amounts of alternating liquid and air through a tube into a tank filled with a liquid solution, causing the generation of a so-called “Taylor flow,” alternating “slugs” of liquid and air bubbles. When an air bubble entered the tank, it was forced off the nozzle by the slug behind it—and when the conditions were just right, the team reports, that push by the slug forced a droplet into the air bubble, which then persisted in the solution for a length of time—the drop was released when the bubble encountered a solid surface, i.e., ran into the side of the tank. The team refers to their creation as a “drop encapsulated in a bubble.”The group further reports that for encapsulation to occur, the ratio of surface tension on the bubble to the degree of viscosity must be at a certain point as must the height to width ratio of the slug as it begins to make its way into the bubble. They note also that the drop inside the bubble showed an ability to withstand sheer flow. They suggest the technique could lead to the development of new ways to deliver medications or a means for processing materials in a manufacturing environment. One example, they point out, would be a novel way to create capsules of different sizes. They also note that it could be used as a means of fluid transport. Journal information: Physical Review Letters A team of researchers at Zhejiang University in China has developed a technique to create liquid droplets inside of air bubbles. In their paper published in the journal Physical Review Letters, the group describes the technique and some possible commercial applications. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. More information: Yingnan Shen et al. Drop Encapsulated in Bubble: A New Encapsulation Structure, Physical Review Letters (2018). DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.120.054503ABSTRACTA new fluid encapsulation structure, which is characterized by a bubble encapsulating a drop, is reported. It is stably generated from the breakup of a liquid column inside a bubble, which is achieved via the injection of Taylor flow into liquid. A model is constructed to explain the liquid column breakup mechanism. A dimensionless control guidance, which enables the possibility to create different-scale capsules, is provided. The encapsulation stability in external flows is verified, and a method to trigger the release of the encapsulated drop is provided, which supports potential applications with great advantages such as fluid transport.
Uchaan is a team of young visionaries, in search of youthful upcoming talent. The thought behind the Uchaan can be summarized in the words of Jyoti Kalra, the founder of Uchaan- ‘The main spirit working behind Uchaan is to bring visibility and credibility to the works of deserving talented artists who have the potential to make it big in the mainstream discourse.’ Shringaar will be focusing upon the work of a heterogeneous group of artists with many prominent names in the art world. The exhibition will form a bricolage of traditional, abstracts and contemporary art and through its variegated portrayals, initiate the celebration of ornamentation of women through its various forms. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’SC Ahuja, one of the key artists behind this art show claims, ‘While the focus of the initial exhibition was uninhibited expression of womanhood, the present exhibition focuses on presentation of variegated facets of nature, human life and their reciprocity which is a fitting tribute to women and embellishment of her beauty through the latest exhibition.’ WHEN: 25 July to 28 July, 11 am to 7 pmWHERE: Gold Souk Mall, Araya Samaj Road, Block-C, Sec 43, Sushant Lok, Gurgaon