Do you want to do something with your body?

What if you could do it through an exercise that is more than just workouts? splash – more precisely pint – an original supply of mixed acids. Not to mention, to the tune of a pound and a half per day.

athletic blends the training of muscles as well as euphoria of both the mind and the numbing pain of physical exercise, except their versions of it.

So in martial arts, as in engineering and physical sciences, the techniques focus on the physical aspects of the self. Today we already have a well-defended system.

Do you want to do something with your body?

The main target is the area from the neck to the hips, below the belly button to the ribs. And one area stands out more than the others: the abdominal muscles.

However, most workouts in the area are difficult and time-consuming, and fall far short ofbmdrach uniform See Yourself Slimink drillbooks.

So if you want that happy feeling of bringing a woman back in form – from the region of the hips up to the rib cage — look no additional help.

And they introduce a super-set of 45-minute workouts, twice a week, usually in the gym with another half-hour spent walking on the treadmill at lower speed.

Folks think they can just do those 45-minutes in the gym, sans the treadmill, and get back in shape. Not true.

Think again.

Past a certain age, or indeed when a person is overweight, the body starts to lose some of the thickness of muscle tissue. That’s when you start getting “beer belly.”

But you don’t choose how many fat cells you have… you getAdd extra fat around the middle from a number of different angles. If you carry the additional fat around your middle, you’ll get additional paths of fat traingle down the body.

Apart from sheer genetics, you can control where the fat is distributed. So you should try to put some extra muscle in that area (such as the abdominal region). That adds up to some extra toned muscle tissue or a higher metabolic rate… and jiggly-wiggly.

But doing this with weights a couple of times per week won’t do you any good, because you won’t build enough muscle.

Any more than once a week, and there’s a big chance that you’re losing muscle, not fat. And that’ll slow down your metabolic rate.

But having more muscle in a wider variety of the body is what will turn your idea of losing weight into real success.

Your metabolic rate can remain constant, so it’s safer to monitor changes in your weight rather than trying to exercise in order to lose weight.

If you stay with this approach and practice good eating practices, you’ll start to notice that not only are you losing body fat, but you’re also seeing and even feeling improvements in your other body areas.…

Do You Know What Your Body Needs?

As we go bouncing through life enjoying everything, little do we realize that right around the corner is time, catching up with us. When we are young we can do all kinds of things and make it without 8 hours of sleep but try making it after you have reached 50 or 60 years old. Now, I am not saying we are old; just that we need a little more care as we get older.

I realized all of this quite by accident last week as I was looking over one of the articles that I had written. As I read I began to notice something familiar about it. I had just read one about the same topic but with another title. Then, to add to that embarrassment, I found that I had repeated myself in this article.

As some of you know, I lost a son back in January. I found myself unable to sleep more than 2-3 hours a night. I also found that I had no memory. I would go into rooms only to stand and look around the room trying to remember what I had come in to pick up.. My doctor said the first sign of sleep deprivation is memory loss. We do not realize what we are doing to our bodies when we do not get the rest we need. I should have gone to a doctor sooner. I needed temporary help. Without it my body does not want to reset that biological clock.

When we sleep our bodies are busy rebuilding good cells and fighting off diseases, among another things. Even our brains cells need to be regenerated. That is why my memory was failing so badly. I was not giving my brain enough rest. Quite often it isn't our fault that we cannot sleep. Just as in my case. But when you realize that there is something not right in your body, one needs to go and get a little bit of help. While talking to my doctor he informed me that I could end up with some serious problems by going without sleep. Everything in our bodies runs on energy. We need air, water, and rest or sleep.

I realized that I would rather take a short term medication and rest my body while going through this loss, rather than chance losing control of everything in my life. While it is not easy to go through some of the things we have to go through, it is a necessary part of life.

I have always lived by one scripture in my life. I love them all but this one has a special meaning for me. "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me." And that has always proven true for me. If I depend on him for that strength, I will make it through. It is sometimes hard, and it hurts, but he is our Comforter. He will be there for us anytime day or night.

So, after reading my two articles that are so much alike, I have decided it is time for me to slow down allowing Jesus to minister to me concerning my loss. Also allowing the doctor to give me something to help me sleep. Sometimes it takes help from all sides to get us through.

With the help of modern medicine and the Good Lord, I have realized that I am just like everyone else. I need help for many things. That is hard for many of us to admit. Through no fault of yours, sometimes your body needs a little boost from something …

This is My Body

Do we truly realize how blessed we are when we receive the Eucharist at Mass? Do we truly realize, in our hearts and souls, the deep reality of Who we receive in the Eucharist? Do we comprehend in our spirits Who it is that we are touching as we receive the Host from the priest? We are actually "touching" Jesus Himself, our Redeemer. Jesus is placed gently and reverently onto our tongues or into the palm of our hands by the priest or Eucharistic minister. As we lovingly receive Him, we are filled with His presence and transformed through His love. What an overwhelming thought!

As we feel His Presence within, we become mindful of our guardian angel, near us at all times to guide and guard us. During the consecration of the bread and wine into the Body and Blood of Our Lord, our angel bows in holy adoration. Reverently, the priest lifts the host and declares, as Jesus did over 2000 years ago, "This is My Body. This is My Blood." Our heavenly angel truly knows Who is being adored at that exact moment. Being a heavenly spirit, angels are aware of the heavenly presence in the Eucharist; they bow in complete adoration to their Creator. Unlike our guardian angel, we observe only a small round piece of bread. However, at the moment of Consecration, our eyes of faith see the bread spiritually changed into the real Body (flesh) and real Blood of Jesus, Our Lord. As we receive Communion, so many times we receive the consecrated Host and return to our pew, devoid of all knowledge, devoid of all respect, devoid of all love for He whom we have just received.

This is Jesus, the Son of Mary, who walked this earth with the Apostles. This is Jesus who became our brother when He gave Saint John to His Mother at the foot of the cross saying, "Woman, behold your Son." Jesus Christ, Son of the living God and seated at His right hand has just become one with us in Holy Communion! He who raised Lazarus from the dead, cured the leper, cured the blind man and walked on water is the One who is now alive within us. This is not just a round piece of bread. This is the Second Person of the Blessed Trinity; this is the beautiful mystery of Transubstantiation. The Son of God has entered our being! He has come to change our hearts with His Body and Blood and with His love and life. How greatly He has blessed us!

By the power of God, this wonderful mystery takes place every day of the year throughout the world. May we come to realize the magnanimity of this Blessed Sacrament. As He comes to reside within us, God blesses and enriches us to the very core of our being. It is time we opened the eyes of our hearts and souls to recognize He who loves us so immensely. Jesus, the Son of God, desires to live within each one of us if we only say "yes" and invite Him in. He whispers to us, "I, the living God, have come to dwell within you and to bring your soul to new heights. I have come to enrich you with the very essence of Myself."

As you receive Him in Holy Communion and stand before the priest, Jesus Christ is also standing in front of you. When the priest says to you, "The Body of Christ," you are giving your "Amen" to Jesus. As the sun reflects its warm rays of …