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#life of an #entrepreneur
I was feeling a bit down today and it didn’t feel like I am being productive working on my business! .
Feeling overwhelmed I decided to get my resume sorted and go back to 9-5 job. .
So before redoing my resume I thought I give my instagram a visit.
The first post was from Foundr and this was their post. .
It made me laugh and I thought I share it here for those who felt the same as me, thinking nothing goes right.
It’s such a lonely game. If you were feeling overwhelmed today, I want you to know I felt the same way and it’s ok to not be ok! .
Tomorrow is a better day and let’s not give up on a person we are becoming in pursuit of our goals Nx .
Ps. Mine is “f*ck my life! 😂😂
Messenger Boy: The Thesselonian you’re fighting… he’s the biggest man I’ve ever seen. I wouldn’t want to fight him.
Achilles: That’s why no one will remember your name.
The reality is that we are all faced with things that we’d rather not do each day. When it came to going to the gym, work or even abroad, new relationships, becoming self employed That’s true for all of us. It’s far easier to settle into the background and take the easy way out. But as Achilles said, “no one will remember your name.”
It’s a good reminder for us to spend our time on what truly matters.
Myofibrillar hypertrophy is an enlargement of the muscle fiber through an
increase in the number of the contractile proteins (actin and myosin) in the
myofibrils. If we increase the size of the myofibrils in each muscle fiber, we
increase our potential to develop tension and contract more intensely.
So the question is how do we create myofibrillar hypertrophy?
Myofibrillar hypertrophy, or the increase in the contractile region of the muscle
fiber, results from lifting heavy weights. The amount of weight we lift for a
particular exercise can also be defined as the intensity of the exercise.
We can define maximal intensity as our maximal strength. This is the maximum
amount of weight we can lift with good form in one all out effort, also referred to as our one repetition max or 1RM. Myofibrillar hypertrophy typically occurs when lifting weights above 80% of our 1RM. Which means if you deadlift 405 lbs, 325
lbs would be 80% of your 1RM. We have now learned what it takes to get stronger by developing myofibril
hypertrophy. But you should know, increasing our strength does not necessarily mean increasing our muscle size.
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Facts. Life's what you make of it. Get rid of the damn haters and get to work! 💰❤️📈