Last Saturday, I had a stars-are-aligned kind of sweat session. My four-mile run felt like a walk the park, I swung the gym’s kettlebells around with ease, and I even opted for a bonus round (handstand play!) when the other items on my training plan had been checked off. It was glorious. But the very next day when I tried to replicate my euphoria, I found that I’d totally lost my mojo! It got me thinking: Why does exercising make you feel like Superwoman sometimes, and like a bag of lead at others? The workout “Rule of 5” explains the phenomena pretty darn well.According to coach Dan John, a lifter and thrower who once competed at the Olympic level, your workouts can be broken down as follows: “In a group of five workouts, I tend to have one great workout: the kind of workout that makes
On Monday, PWinsider.com reported that WWE is trying a new marketing technique to promote live events as a reader noted that while attending a movie on Sunday in Pennsylvania, there was a localized advertisement for the upcoming WWE live event in Wilkes-Barre, PA that played on the screen. The advertisement featured Braun Strowman doing a promo about coming to Wilkes-Barre. Let's block ads! (Why?) Source link
Atlanta What standards do you feel like you need to meet—however time-intensive or unreasonable—to be considered a "good teacher"? This was the question Alexis Shepard, a 4th grade teacher in Oconee County, S.C., posed to participants in her workshop at the Teacher Self-Care Conference, held at Samuel M. Inman Middle School in Atlanta this past weekend. Shepard, who blogs and offers consulting services through her side business, The AfroEducator, wanted the teachers to examine the norms they upheld that could lead to burnout. She directed them to a web link where they could anonymously type responses, and projected the list onto a smart board at the front of the classroom. Almost immediately, the answers started flooding in, one every few seconds: Long, multi-page lesson plans, spend
WWE Live WWE’s latest attempt to boost attendance for house shows has surfaced online. This comes months after WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon had promised to “reimagine” live events on a conference call after a significant drop in ticket sales for these shows. PWinsider reported on Monday that WWE is trying a new marketing technique to promote house shows. A reader sent word that they were attending a movie on Sunday in Pennsylvania when a localized advertisement aired on the screen before the previews of other movies. In the ad, Braun Strowman cut a promo about coming to Wilkes-Barre. Typically, WWE doesn’t hype house shows on television but that has changed. WWE will hold live events in Japan on June 28th and June 29th at Ryogoku Kokugikan. Asuka and Kairi Sane will fa
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Instagram is the social media platform of the moment. The Facebook-owned visual platform now boasts over a billion active users, and it’s continued to diversify its offerings beyond its digital photo album roots, incorporating more video (IGTV), more creative content options (Stories) and expanded messaging tools for direct communication. For individuals, all of these additions are significant, but for brands, the rise of Instagram could be even more relevant. Along with that expanded audience reach, Instagram has also been looking to maximize its revenue opportunities by introducing more tools for business use, and further evolving the platform towards a whole new level of eCommerce connection. Influencer marketing is the order of the day on the platform, while the introduction of busi
Maintaining a full-time job while also working as a part-time musician is a never ending struggle, and it can be a challenge to carve out the time and muster the energy to put the quality work into your music that you want to. Here we look at some tips for how to persevere and make it work. _____________________________ Guest post by Caleb J. Murphy of Soundfly's Flypaper If you’re a part-time musician, you know the struggle. You want to make music, but you run out of time in a day. Or you lose heart. Or your music time is not as efficient as you want it to be. Every day, it’s an uphill battle of sticking with it, being productive, and not losing your mind. But there are practical things you can do today (see: right now) that can really help you keep going and
At this year’s F8 Developer’s Conference, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg stood on stage and announced, “The future is private.” It was a bold statement coming from the guy who has spent the past eighteen months tackling a firestorm of criticism over misusing customer data and information. Still, the intent – that Facebook is shifting its focus to private, messaging platforms – put a spotlight on a central issue social media marketers are facing: the social media landscape is changing dramatically and marketers must adapt to keep pace with evolving ad platforms.Change isn’t coming only to Facebook. Overall social media use appears to be flattening. Bidding strategies are being realigned to fit new automated systems. And social commerce is moving to an entirely new level, with platforms bui
Edward C. Baig USA TODAY Published 10:45 AM EDT Jun 24, 2019 The ADL is fighting the KKK and white supremacists with online marketing and targeted advertising techniques tied ...
It’s important to start reading self-help books for your over all well-being. Keep reading for five key reasons why you should read self-help books. According to Dr. Jay Davidson from Microbe Formulas, parasites can travel all over your body, including into your brain. When this happens, your body goes into decline and your health gets disrupted. Does it feel like there’s a new self-help book hitting bookstores every single day? You’re not just imagining things! The entire self-help industry is booming right now—and self-help books, in particular, have taken off like never before. Americans are buying more than $800 million worth of self-help books each year. If you’ve never picked one up, you might be wondering why you should read self-help books. Here are five key reasons to give it a