Here is our project for the day. We used a tote to make a calf warming hutch/transport carrier.
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Don't allow hypothermia to chill your cow/calf profits! The Roy-L-Heat Animal Warmer helps you save hypothermic calves and lambs, plain and simple. Every calf or lamb dropped in the bitter cold of winter stands a chance of losing valuable body heat. You stand a chance of losing those newborns, and the income they represent. The box is made of tough, high-density polyethylene. Its interior size provides adequate space for calves to lie down and to stand up. Opposite the heater is a rubber "head boot" which permits the animal to breathe outside air when desired, yet holds the warm air in at all times. The "attic vent" allows excess moisture to escape. Get Yours NOW! https://bit.ly/2ul4kyW
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Today I started off with a walk-thru of things I needed to do with the calving shed. Cattle panels needed to be replaced after a cow went through them. The calf warming box are needed to be cleaned up. But as I was tearing the sides down, I realized a few things. The calf warmer could be moved and switched with a small calving pen. And all the gates could be taken out to clean the whole floor. My favorite things: Muddy boot slippers: https://alexa.design/2oSjUSo (amazon affl link) just get them. you'll love 'em twitter: https://twitter.com/farmnwife facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FARMnWife instagram: https://www.instagram.com/farmnwife/
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A few thoughts from the farmer's wife on keeping bottled calves warm and healthy. I also included some of the specs and reasoning behind utilizing chains.
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Here is a branding iron heater I built... 8 in pipe..( i said it was 6in in the vid but it is 8 in pipe my bad) . homemade 2-3/8 hp burner with a .035 mig wire welder tip for the orffice.. 1/4 in pipe with slide in and out for air adjustment. And can remove the whole burner for cleaning etc... Just a quick down and dirty basic branding iron heater....
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Make Lambing Time easy... Proven New Style Lambing Pens for both Indoor & Outdoor Use. Warm, Hygenic No hung lambs No miss mothering Ewes more settled Light, Easy to Install Simple to Set Up In a Row or Back to Back With Bucket Holders or Without. Lambing pens are made from Agriboard, which is a more rigid version of our Stokbord.All pens have bucket holders which hold 1 gallon or 4.5 litre buckets. All pens can be specially ordered at 40ins, Or 100cms high.
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Yaaa !!!! First off i hit 10,000 views on my channel very exciting ..:) I work in my skid steer alot in the winter and i freeze so i thought i would make a heater core box ..Picked up a cheap heater core and some hose and see what i could come up with..i had a 12 volt fan and some old plywood so that was free ...Part 2 of the video will be me plumming it and installing it in my 153 thomas skid steer....... turned out great
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Here's a short video of me talking about the calf creeper feeder and the heifers to calve soon have a great day guys
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Solway's innovative Lamb Warming Box. The Lamb Warming Box provides a constant flow of warm air to heat up lambs suffering from Hypothermia and is easily kept clean to avoid a build up of diseases. The durability of this plastic also means a Lamb Reviver Box should save valuable lambs for a lifetime. The new Solway Lamb Warming Box can be supplied flat packed or erected ready to use complete with a convector heater. This Lamb Warming Box has four compartments, but is easily adjusted into two or three warm spaces to suit the size of lambs, all guaranteed to give weak lambs the best possible chance of reviving. The dimensions of the box are 900mm long x 500mm wide x 650mm tall.
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Cows are among the most gentle animals in the world. Despite their immense size, they are peaceful and sweet in their disposition. They have a soulful face and big, endearing eyes that tug at your heartstrings. Calves are even more beautiful and endearing. Clumsy and playful, they are a joy to watch. Their inquisitiveness is irresistible.<br><br>This calf is less than one day old. He was born on a sunny spring day on a beautiful farm near Millbrook, Ontario. The cows on this farm roam free on a lush green meadow with rolling hills, a pond for drinking from and trees all around. They have acres of fresh grass and more pasture than they can possibly eat. The farmers are attentive and caring, making sure the cows are as healthy and happy as can be.<br><br>Iris is an extremely proud and loving mother. Her calf is resting in the long grass, taking a break from nursing and learning to walk and run on his brand new legs. Iris stands over her baby protectively and licks his head and face in the most loving way imaginable. She stops for a moment and her calf looks up at her as if in awe and wonder, waiting for the bath to continue. He's clearly in heaven with all the attention from his mom.<br><br>Iris goes back to licking her baby and showering him with love. It's heart warming to see a mother so proud and so attentive with a newborn. Cows lick their young to promote bonding, to show affection, and also for grooming. Cleanliness is important for this calf in order to discourage harmful insects and also to remove the smells that would attract the attention of predators. In the first hour after being born, a calf will already be able to walk and even run, but it will take a few weeks for them to gain enough balance and strength to run away from predators. During this time, the mother will not venture farm from her baby. She will always be ready to defend the calf if needed. Even the other cows in the herd will protect the offspring of another cow. They will show affection and provide protection very readily.<br><br>Watching an interaction like this is not only enough to melt your heart; it is a demonstration of the cow's capacity for emotion and love. We often underestimate this ability in animals, yet it is undeniable if we only open our eyes to see it. Source & embed code: https://rumble.com/v5nigu-loving-moment-between-cow-and-her-newborn-calf-will-melt-your-heart.html. For licensing, please email email@example.com.
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Learn more about ACL reconstruction rehabilitation following ACL reconstruction surgery here: http://www.matthewboesmd.com/acl-reconstruction-rehabilitation/. Welcome to Dr. Matthew Boes’s ACL Reconstruction Rehabilitation video series. This video is designed to help maximize your recovery following ACL reconstruction surgery. The goals of our Phase 5 program for ACL reconstruction rehabilitation are to continue strengthening and to start plyometric and agility training in anticipation for returning to sports and functional training. This phase should be conducted at month four following surgery. Remember the following as you engage in Phase 5 ACL reconstruction rehabilitation exercises: Warm up for 5 minutes (over 20 yards) Continue exercise 3-4 times per week; 1-2 sets of 20 reps as tolerated Exercises can also be done for timed duration (ex: start 30-second period and progress to 60-seconds) Okay to switch up exercises in certain groups (ex: PLYOMETRIC) – try 4-5 exercises one session and a different 4-5 exercises in the next session, etc. Cross training: Include 15 – 30 minutes of jogging, elliptical, or bike at end of rehab session to improve cardiovascular endurance This program involves no special equipment and the majority of the exercises can easily be conducted at home (a jump mat or yoga mat may be helpful, as well as some light dumbbells as you progress with strengthening; a stopwatch or timer can be used for many exercises) It is important to perform all exercises on both legs – this will help prevent imbalance between the rehab and non-rehab knee The following ACL plyometric and agility exercises, which are demonstrated in this video, should be conducted during phase 5 of your ACL reconstruction rehab: Warm-up – fast feet Warm-up – forward skip Warm-up – backward skip Warm-up – side skip Warm-up – 3 step diagonals Warm-up – back pedals Strength – forward lunge walk Strength – lateral lunge walk Strength – single leg squat, alternatinG Strength – power step up Balance – step and hold Balance – Single leg balance and toe touch Balance – pop hops Balance – toe touch pluS Balance – toe taps – back, front, side; then no tap Plyometric – Box jumps double leg (1’ progress to 2’) Plyometric – Double leg line jumps – forward Plyometric – double leg line jumps – lateral Plyometric – double leg line jumps – front / back Plyometric – double leg line jumps – side /side Plyometric – double leg jump/rotate/hold Plyometric – single leg leap and land Plyometric – long jump, double leg land, back pedal Plyometric – squat, jump, lunge Plyometric – Single leg hops – 4 for heighT Plyometric – single leg hops – 4 for distance Agility – Figure 8 forward Agility – figure 8 Face forward Agility – figure 8 cariocas Agility – high knee, side shuffle, high knee Agility – 4 corner drill #1 Agility – 4 corner drill #2 Agility – T drill Cross-training – Bike Cross training – elliptical and running Core – planks Core – V sit and stretch Core – V sit and twist Core – chopping Core – diagonals Icing is very important after each therapy session, so be sure to place an ice pack or cooling pad on the affected shoulder for 10 minutes to help limit any irritation from exercise. If the affected joint is stiff, try using moist heat for 10 minutes prior to exercise to help loosen things up. This is a comprehensive program involving strength, balance, plyometric, agility, cardio and core exercises. You will likely find yourself in much better shape in terms of strength and balance after completing the entire six-phase program. This video should not be used as a substitute for regular physical therapy visits and guidance from your physician. Only progress from one phase to the next based on recommendation from your physician. Most therapy regimens, particularly after ACL reconstruction surgery, are based on a healing timeline. Progressing too quickly, even though it may feel okay at first, may put you at risk for injury. Regular physical therapy visits are valuable for giving you feedback on your progress and helping to ensure you are doing exercises properly. If you develop any questions or concerns regarding your condition while using this video, contact your physician. Best of luck in your recovery from your ACL reconstruction. #howtostrengthenyouraclfollowingsurgery #bestaclexercises #aclrehabworkout #howtorecoverfromaclreconstructionsurgery #kneestrengtheningexercisesfollowingaclreconstructionsurgery #aclstrengtheningexercises
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Build muscle without imbalances here - http://athleanx.com/x/no-imbalance Subscribe to this channel here - http://bit.ly/2b0coMW Hamstring stretching is something that almost everyone is either told to do or we instinctively do when the hamstrings are tight. In this video, I’m going to show you why you don’t always want to stretch when you feel tightness in the hamstrings and why you may want to do the exact opposite of this in order to fix the problem long term. To start, you will have to determine whether you should be stretching your hamstrings or not and that begins by assessing the position of your pelvis. Most of us are either too far anterior or posterior. If you have an anterior pelvic tilt you will not be stretching your hamstrings out. If you have a posterior pelvic tilt you will want to do hamstring stretches (especially the one I show you here). The easiest way to determine whether you have an anterior pelvic tilt or a posterior pelvic tilt is to look at your pelvis in the mirror from a side angle. The angle of your waistline should be ever so slightly downward. With APT, you will notice that your butt sticks out, you have a big arch in your back and the waistline is pointing downward quite a bit. On the other hand, if you have a posterior tilt you will notice that you have a very caved in butt, your upper back will likely round and your waistline will either be level or pointed downward in the back a bit. In the case of the posterior pelvic tilt you will need to recognize that the tightness that you feel in the hamstrings is actually the cause of your pelvic malpositioning. So in order to counteract this you need to stretch your hamstrings. The most effective way to do this is by performing the stretch that I show. Place your foot in front of you and up onto an elevated surface (to put your ankle in slight dorsiflexion). Drop your other leg behind you and lock out the knee on the leg in front of you. From here, lean forward while making sure to tilt your pelvis into an anterior tilt. Hold this stretch for 30 seconds and then intensify it by leaning forward a bit while reaching your arms above your body in front of you. This secondary move will help to keep your thoracic spine in extension which is something that you lose when you get a significant posterior tilt of the pelvis. Slowly lean into the stretch and see if you can hold it on each leg for at least 30-45 seconds without letting go of the anterior position of the pelvis. Again, if you are feeling tightness in the hamstrings but notice that you have an anterior pelvic tilt, understand that the tilt is not caused by the hamstrings but that the tightness in the hammies is a consequence of the pulling of the pelvis by the hip flexors on the opposite side of the joint. I hope you find this small but hugely important distinction to be a key to you finally getting rid of your tight hamstrings once and for all. For a complete program that puts the science back in strength and trains you to correct muscle imbalance, be sure to head to http://athleanx.com and get the ATHLEAN-X Training System. For more videos on how to stretch tight hamstrings and the best stretches for your lower body and upper body, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at http://youtube.com/user/jdcav24
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Want a lean and lovely lower body? Jessie Hilgenberg will show you exactly how to do it! All you have to do is follow this workout. See Jessie's Full Workout: http://bbcom.me/1PzjtPW I love this workout because it hits my entire lower body—quads, hamstrings, glutes, and even the adductors! And, although you're not going to directly train your calves, you'll get a lot of indirect calf action doing awesome exercises like squats, walking lunges, and step-ups. It's the perfect workout for those who don't want to spend all day in the gym but expect great results from their hard effort while they're there. Ready for a fun, intense, and effective leg workout? Of course you are! Lace up your shoes and throw on your sports bra. Let's go lift! JESSIE'S TIPS Before you run into the gym and start your warm-up, read these exercise tips. They'll help you make every single rep an effective one. WARM-UP One of the biggest obstacles to getting results from squats is having weak glutes and/or tight hip flexors, so I always do a lot of hip mobility before I start my squats. Take the time to go through the fire hydrant stretch and the hip-flexor stretch. They'll make a big difference once you get under that barbell. BACK SQUAT Before you start adding weight, do a couple sets of 10 using just the barbell. Between those sets, do about 10 jump squats to prepare your nervous system, lubricate your joints, and elevate your heart rate. When you're done with the first two warm-up sets, add a little more weight—I like to add a 10-pound plate to each side—for another 2 sets of 10 reps. Once you're ready for your working sets, select a load that will allow you to get to 3 sets of 10 reps with perfect form. The bar shouldn't be right on top of your shoulders, but rather resting on your upper traps. When you step back, position your feet between hip and shoulder width, toes pointed straight ahead. Activate your core by inhaling deeply. Put a slight arch in your lower back, then start the squat by moving your butt back. Your knees should stay straight over your toes and not cave inward. Look straight ahead and go down far enough to activate your glutes. Press out of your heels. LEG PRESS I use the leg press to focus on my quads. To do this, load a weight that's a little lighter than usual. Sit on the machine and bring your heels down so they're off the platform. The balls of your feet should remain on the platform. Keep your heels close together, toes pointed out. As you lower the sled, keep your knees pointed out where your toes are. The weight should be on the balls of your feet. To get the most out of this exercise, use a slow tempo. Bring the weight down with a 3-count, pause for 2 seconds at the bottom of the movement, and then take 3 seconds to push the weight back up. HIP THRUST I don't usually have a spotter when I train, so I like to set the rack to the same height as the bench. That way, I can rack and rerack the barbell without much trouble. Make sure the barbell lies right across your hips. The back of your knees should be at a 90-degree angle, and your heels should be close together, toes pointed out. Your knees should not cave in. Bring the weight down slowly, and as you lift, squeeze your glutes. WALKING LUNGE When you do these, take your time. Don't hurry or use momentum. Collect yourself between each step by pausing. Don't step too far forward. A shallow step allows you to use the heel of the front leg to drive up so you can hit your glutes and hamstrings with more oomph. ROMANIAN DEADLIFT I like using the sumo stance because it allows me to just slightly shift the focus to my adductors, which is the inner thigh. The trick with Romanian deadlifts is to tilt the hips back and move that butt backward. Don't get stuck just bending over. Push your hips back, then pull them forward. SPLIT SQUAT I prefer to do the split squats in a Smith machine because I feel more secure. Because you're only doing the work on one leg, it's imperative to keep that front knee right above your ankle. Don't let it track in. Keep the weight in your heel as you drive up. STEP-UP Pick a box or a bench that's about knee-height. If it's too short, you won't get the depth or range of motion necessary for this exercise. The weight should be heavy enough to be difficult, but not so heavy you can't control your balance. As you step up, drive with your heel. When you reach the top, stop briefly. I do all reps on one leg before switching to the other one.
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The EPA, and Mother Earth, have expressed interest in "Passive Solar Heat Box" units for home and commercial building heating. We decided to build one, 4.5' by 6.5' to check it out. Using old 2 x 4's, some polycarbonate panels we had in storage, we built a box, spray painted screen wire black, tacked aluminum foil on the back wall of the box. When the sunlight came through the polycarbonate, it hit the "black" screen wire, and some of the light hit the aluminum foil and that reflected back creating more heat. We cut a hole in the bottom of the back wall and a hole in the top, and sealed it all tight with silicone. To our amazement, after only 10 minutes in the sun, the box was throwing out a breeze of hot air (130 to 140 degrees F) while the temperature outside was 78 degrees. We tested it several times and even when few clouds passed by, managed a 40 to 60 degree spread. We have been told that if you add bottles of anti-freeze, or rocks, in the unit (would take a larger, deeper unit) that the heat will keep on for about 6 hours after the sun goes down. I plan to put a little solar powered fan on mine to get even more volume of air. I have a basement that is hard to keep warm. It is always 30 degrees cooler than any other room in the house, and I'm going to "Passive solar" heat my "man cave". In this case, the EPA, and MOTHER EARTH NEWS had a great idea. We know there are commercial units available out there, but it was fun building something, especially something that worked. If your house or commercial buildings have energy efficiency units they sell for more, have higher occupancy, and higher rents. The also appraise for more. Put one of these on your Green House and you can heat it even more, and grow vegetables all winter. See: http:www.cornucopia-enterprise.com Give us a call: www.benboothe.com, or www.environment-soultions.com 800-379-8048. Directions: 1. Build wood frame 2. Put aluminum foil on inside of back 3. Install wire screen 2" above the foil 4, Cover the entire frame with polycarbonate to allow the sun to come in hit the foil and reflect and concentrate the heat on the "black wire". 5. Cut a hole at the top of the back wall and another at the bottom of the front polycarbonate wall. 6. Cut a vent hole to match each in your wall, be sure you use an AC vent that can be opened or closed seasonally. 7. If you want to control the speed of the air, install a fan to pull or push the air through.
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Make gains without the pain - http://athleanx.com/x/serious-gains Subscribe to this channel here - http://bit.ly/2b0coMW Doing squats with patellar tendonitis can be downright brutal. In this video, I show you how to squat with a chronic or acute case of patellar tendonitis that is giving you stabbing, sharp pain in your knees every time you bend them to perform another rep. The issue that is going on here is that your tendons in your knees are reluctant to allow the muscles in the legs (mostly the glutes, hamstrings and then the quads) from handling the load of the squat. Most often this is due to a lack of confidence in the strength of these muscles to handle the load that you have on the bar (particularly in the bottom half of the squat). This can also be aggravated even more by a chronic reliance on the tendons to support the weight rather than letting the muscles lift the weight. This is particularly true when you tend to squat by bending the knees first rather than hinging at the hips. You teach your body faulty biomechanics that cause the knees to become too reliant on their tendons to handle the weights. The first step in breaking this cycle is to relearn the squat from the ground up, and as seen here, perform a variation of the squat that allows you to achieve better form with minimal effort. Enter the box squat. The key difference between the box squat and the regular squat (regardless of whether it is a high bar or low bar squat we are talking about) is that the box provides a safety net for your legs which allows you to delegate the load from the tendons to the muscles that should be handling this in the first place. The other benefit of the box is that it provides you with a bottom point for determining parallel without having to guess on each and every rep. Most of the time, those that squat without a box or bench are going to cut short the depth with each subsequent rep (especially as fatigue sets in). Not on the box squat. Here you have the tactile cue of the bench to ensure that you are getting low enough to establish a brief contact of your butt to the bench. The depth you are looking for is one that allows your butt to reach fully parallel. While there is some disagreement as to where this position is. The easiest way to think about it is when the crease in your upper thigh and hip is on the same level as your kneecap. When this happens, you have squatted to parallel and do not need to go any further to see gains. Training hard is required if you want to see muscle gains in your legs or anywhere else for that matter. That said, if you are trying to do this while combatting the pain that is present in your knees, hips, and other joints it is going to be that much more difficult to load up the bar. If you are looking for a program that puts the science back in strength and helps you to build muscle without compromising the joints in your body and your overall joint health, then head to https//athleanx.com and get your ATHLEAN-X Training System. For more videos on how to squat as well as how deep to squat, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at http://youtube.com/user/jdcav24
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This was our first time having to assist in the birth of a calf here on the farm. It went really well and both mom and calf seem to be doing well now.
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Free Shipping: https://amzn.to/2vTbqfJ https://amzn.to/2PiBZmH Hello, Today I will be showing you two different sets of basalt stones set. One in 36pc and another in 60pc set. These are wonderful for hot stone massage. 60PC Specification: 3 Extra large flat ovular basalt stones (1 for sacral, 1 for neck contour, 1 for stomach) 6 Large flat ovular basalt stones (4 for backside, 2 for shoulder blade) 10 Medium flat ovular basalt stones (4 for leg, 4 for arms, 2 palm) 6 Small flat ovular basalt stones (2 for overhead, 2 for head crown, 2 for hindbrain) 8 Small round bed beater/back layout 8 Toes 6 Small circular facial basalt stones 4 Small ovular white marble stones (cold therapy) 2 Miniature pressure point basalt/deep tissues 7 Chakra Stones Packed within a bamboo box and display box. 36PC SET Specifications: 8 Large flat ovular basalt (4 for backside & 4 for thigh) 3”x2”x1” 14 Medium flat ovular basalt (4 for arm, 2 for palm, 4 for calf, 2 for feet & 2 for neck) 2”x2 ¾”x5/8” 6 Small flat ovular basalt (2 for forehead, 2 for head crown, 2 for hindbrain) 1 ¼”x1 ½”x3/4” 8 Toes basalt (8 for feet) 1 ¼”x1 ½”x1/4” Packed within a bamboo box and display box. https://www.devlonnorthwest.com https://www.amazon.com/shops/devlonnorthwest https://stores.ebay.com/devlonnorthwest https://www.walmart.com https://www.jet.com
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BUFF DUDES V-NECK - http://store.buff-dudes.com Upper Body Mobility Routine: Wall slides 1x10 The Pass Through 1x10 Band Pull Apart Underhand 1x10 Overhand 1x10 T-spine Extensions 1x10* (opens up the thoracic spine) LOWER BODY MOBILITY VIDEO: http://youtu.be/mDN5DnMkSw4 Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/buffdudes Instagram: http://instagram.com/buffdudes Twitter: http://twitter.com/buffdudes Blog: http://www.buffdudes.us Buff Dudes / Fitness / Best Upper Body Warm-Up & Mobility Routine Edited by: Hudson Starring: Brandon White Buff Dudes Logo Artwork by Brandon White Pixel Art By João Victor G. Costa - http://www.youtube.com/user/JinnDemonEvil Music in this video is used under license from the rights holder.
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Today I had to put two new tires on the skid loader so I could feed the cattle. I will get 2 more new ones Monday or Tuesday next week
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Over the years, many a group of baby turkeys has been left on our doorstep, saved from the factory farming industry by some anonymous rescuer. It happened again a few weeks ago, and when our live-in caregivers saw a light come on at our Rescue Barn, they discovered a box of 11 baby turkeys there. Learn more about turkeys: http://bit.ly/1dzKVAa
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100 kids ages 5 - 12 will enter the arena and chase down a group of friendly calves. The first five buckaroos to pull a ribbon from the calves' tails win a prize! Calf Scramble is free of charge and is limited to 100 kids. Parent or guardian MUST sign a waiver at the Information Tent, located across from the main entry gate/ticket office.
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Sunday- Let's do legs! BLAST FOR MASS workout by DTS! You need to force your legs to grow! So let do it!!! This video it is just a warm up set. My full legs workout looks like that: Barbell Squats 1 x 30, 4 x 6 Leg Press 3 x 12 Legs Extensions 3 X 15 Lying Leg Curls 3 X 8 Dumbell Lunges 4 x 12 Calf Raises 5 x 15-20 *********************************************************************************************** My mission is to motivated young people! Give them good reasons to go to gym and became who they want! *********************************************************************************************** DEIVIDAS DUBINAS Online weight loss coaching, Personal trainer, Health, Fitness, & Nutrition Coach. IFBB European Classic Bobybuilding Champion IFBB World Fitness Vice-Champion ON-LINE training Please contact me if you are interested any Training, Nutritional or Supplement plans. Feel free to contribute. *******Follow Me******* FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/pages/IFBB-Athlete-Deividas-Dubinas/430123110386133
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After 10 years of making a toy orca whale, we've decided to put our principles before our profits. Because a bathtub isn't big enough for an orca. Join us in supporting the Whale and Dolphin Conservation and help us make a difference in an orca's life. Learn More at: http://www.munchkin.com/orcasliveinoceans
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1. Wide shot Kalyazin, with cross-country skiers 2. Kalyazin street scene 3. Pensioners, walking down the street 4. Pan of both sets of felt boots worn by pensioners 5. People washing clothes through a hole cut in the ice 6. Hand axe cutting the ice, pan to clothes being washed 7. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Vyacheslav, pensioner: "Why wear felt boots? Because it's so cold and it's more comfortable with them on. My feet would freeze in normal boots, particularly coming out here to do my washing." 8. Washing clothes through the ice 9. Exterior Bitza felt boot factory, Kalyazin 10. Interior factory, workers and machinery 11. Worker and steam from the machinery 12. Workers unrolling bundle of felt boots 13. Workers unravelling felt boots 14. Boots being stretched on machine 15. Close up felt boots 16. Factory worker 17. Hands working on wool 18. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Maria Lupanova, specialist worker at the Bitza factory: "I think that the Russian winter is here to stay. Felt boots are a necessity especially for men working on building sites around here. My two sons are working on a building sites in St. Petersburg and they go everywhere in their felt boots. And of course children should always wear felt boots in winter. I live forty minutes walk away from the factory and I never leave home without my felt boots. If my feet are warm then I am warm." 19. Worker stacking up steaming felt boots 20. Boots getting hammered into shape 21. Racks of felt boots 22. Factory machinery, pan down to felt boots being processed 23. Vadim Ivanov, head of production at the Bitza factory 24. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Vadim Ivanov, head of production at the Bitza factory: "Felt boots are the national Russian shoes. And it will always have a place in Russian life. This is not only due to the harshness of the Russian winter, but also because felt boots are made of natural materials and are warm." 25. Finished felt boots 26. Stacks of finished felt boots STORYLINE: Russians determined to keep out the cold have been turning to traditional footwear to stay warm this winter in the form of felt boots known as 'Valenki'. Temperatures have been lower than normal this year and the 'Valenki' boots have become the must-have fashion footwear, even though they're not waterproof. For generations, the Volga river town of Kalyazin has been renowned for its Valenki, which were first made by artisans in their homes, then manufactured by workers in the dusty, damp and noisy factory. Today, the plant is part of a Moscow-based firm called Bitza, whose need for cheaper production costs has combined with the Kalyazin workers' desperate need for jobs. Now they're back at work making traditional felt boots for everyone. The workers at the factory in Klyazin take bales of rough wool and beat, steam, and shrink it to make boots Shop steward Maria Lukyanova says she wouldn't wear anything other than Valenki. The equipment is decades old, but plant manager Vadim Ivanov says finding spare parts isn't a problem. Many other felt boot plants in Russia have stopped production, providing a steady source of such equipment as the metal shoe trees used to shape the final product. The plant is trying out new decorations, such as embroidery and appliques, to interest buyers. Children and policemen often wear Valenki but they are not proving popular in big cities because of puddles on the streets. But in rural areas, where the snow tends to stay drier and you'll see them everywhere, on young and old alike. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c115c63042903487c0ccf6ca6b7ed542 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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For a FREE 4-day workout, visit our Virtual Training page at www.moveitbuddy.org We’re going to go over using the foam roller for a warm-up. You can also do this as part of your cool down, or if you’re feeling really stiff or sore after a workout. I always like to start off by rolling the calves. You can do this with both legs at the same time. Or, if you’d like to make it a little more intense, you can always cross one leg over the other to get a little bit more pressure. After you go over the calves, you’re going to move up to the hamstrings. If you roll your feet in and out, pointing your toes in and out, you can change where you feel the pressure on your hamstrings. After you get the hamstrings loosened up, you’re going to move up and sit on the foam roller. Cross one leg over the other and lean toward that side of the leg that’s up. This is to target specifically around the piriformis, and make sure you get both sides. After that, move on to the low back, or actually the whole back, if you feel comfortable doing that. You can control how much weight you put on the foam roller by how hard you push down with your feet. If you want more weight, just lean heavier on the foam roller. If you want to have less weight on it, you kind of lean more onto your feet. After you do the back, flip onto your side to get the IT band. This bottom leg’s going to be straight and top leg is going to be bent. When you use that top leg to push back and forth, it also controls how much weight you put down on the foam roller. If you’re really sore, you might want to push down a little bit more to take a little weight off the roller. If you want more pressure, you can always pick up that top leg and put it on top of the bottom leg so you can push down a little bit harder. Make sure you get both sides, and then switch and go face-down, and try and go all the way from your hips to your knees to get quads and even up to your hip flexors a little bit. You can turn from one side to the other, to put a little bit more pressure or to hit some specific areas. You can foam roll for a couple of minutes; just try to move around to different areas. If you’re more sore in one spot on one day, spend a little more time there. If you are under the care of a physician for a medical problem that could be affected by exercise, we encourage you to contact us at www.moveitbuddy.org for a personal consultation with our licensed trainer to be sure our exercise plans are right for you. By participating in this exercise program you agree that you are entirely at your own risk, agree to release and discharge moveitbuddy from any and all claims or causes of action, and agree to voluntarily give up or waive any right that you may otherwise have to bring legal action against moveitbuddy.
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Lets face it, Zercher squats tend to be one of the more comfortable, safe, and natural squatting variations. That is of course until you start using substantially heavier loads in which case a movement that previously felt therapeutic and natural on the body ends up feeling horribly uncomfortable. This is something I frequently experience with my athletes as well as myself. As they begin warming up the Zercher squats and progressing their loads, the first few sets tend to feels rock solid to the point the client feels as though they can overload the daylights out of the movement. However, all this love for the Zercher squat quickly changes once they start approaching loads closer to 70% of their max. Much of this has to do with the upper body and core giving out before the legs not to mention the discomfort of holding a heavy load lodged between your forearms and biceps tendon. Also, the inability to breath making you feel like you’re going to pass out due to the unique nature of the loading protocol may also have something to do with this effect. Fortunately combining Zercher squats with belt squats (using either an Exxentric KBox or more traditional belt squat setup) can help resolve this issue as shown here by my awesome client Leslie Petch. That’s because you can use a substantially lighter barbell load for the Zercher position while simultaneously loading the lower body with the belt squat. As a result the legs fatigue before the upper body and core making the movement a full body strength and hypertrophy exercise that’s sure to kick start newfound levels of growth in the quads, glutes, and hamstrings. Read more about combining belt squats with Zercher squats, kettlebell front rack squats, and goblet squats in my full length article at link in bio or copy and paste https://www.advancedhumanperformance.com/blog/make-the-belt-squat-better-with-front-rack-kettlebells
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Leg Training - Lee Labrada's Routine for muscular legs - http://www.labrada.com/teamlabrada/lee-labrada Want to eat, train, and look like Lee? ...... Labrada Nutrition offers a FREE 12 WEEK LEAN BODY TRANSFORMATION GUIDE... You have so much to gain and absolutely nothing to lose..... Look forward to seeing you in the program soon! http://www.labrada.com/12weekleanbody Exercise #1: Leg Extensions I've found that starting my leg routine with an isolation exercise really helps me warm up while stimulating the muscle. A strict movement like leg extensions also forces the quadriceps to work with little assistance from any other muscle group. After warming up, perform 3 sets of 10 repetitions. On the last set, drop the weight by two pins then perform as many reps as possible. TIP: Point your toes outward to work more of the medial part of the upper leg (the tear drop shaped muscle located above the knee and to the inside). AVOID: Cheating or swinging throughout the movement or not working throughout the entire range of motion (especially the lower half). Exercise #2: The Squat. The squat is really the best exercise to develop impressive power and muscle size in the lower body. Perform 3 sets of 10, 8, and 6 repetitions respectively. After reaching failure on the last set, have your spotter decrease the weight my half and do as many reps as possible. (I can practically feel the burn just writing about it!) TIPS: With a slightly wider than shoulder-width stance; toes pointed slightly outward; keep your shoulders back, eyes looking slightly upward, and sit-back into the movement as if you were going to sit in a chair to keep your knees from coming out too far over your toes. AVOID: Rounding your back during the movement or holding your breath. Exercise #3: Leg Press Perform 3 sets of 10, 8, and 6 repetitions, respectively. After reaching failure on the last set, have your spotter decrease the weight by half and do as many reps as possible. TIPS: Keep your feet at shoulder-width with toes pointed slightly outward; push with your heels-instead of your toes--while pressing the weight. AVOID: Rocking excessively or bringing the weight back too far in the movement--don't let your lower back come off the support pad as your knees move towards your chest. Exercise #4: Leg Curls Perform 3 sets of 10 repetitions. On the last set, drop the weight by two pins then perform as many reps as possible. TIPS: Try altering your toe position slightly during this exercise to focus on the inside or outside of the hamstring. Try alternating leg curls with straight-legged dumbbell dead lifts, every other week for variety. AVOID: Rocking or letting the front of your hips arch excessively during this movement. It's easy to do. http://www.labrada.com/blog Remember to click LIKE on this video and share with your friends. FOLLOW US ON : ------------------------- LABRADA NUTRITION ON FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/LabradaNutrition LEANBODY FOR HER ON FACEBOOK http://www.facebook.com/leanbodyforher LABRADA NUTRITION ON INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/labradanutrition LEANBODY FOR HER ON INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/leanbodyforher# LABRADA NUTRITION ON TWITTER https://twitter.com/leelabrada LEAN BODY FOR HER ON TWITTER https://twitter.com/leanbody4her LABRADA NUTRITION ON GOOGLE + https://plus.google.com/106743917096914193849/ LABRADA ON PINTREST http://pinterest.com/leelabrada
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Subscribe Here ► http://goo.gl/VJT31c Sponsor Me ► http://goo.gl/pZjt13 TIME LINE 3:34 Pre Before Training Body Measurements 10:14 Warm Up & Stretching 11:57 Training / Workouts 17:23 My Diet & Nutrtion Plan 21:27 Post After 30 Days Training Body Measurements 25:14 Results My results after doing 1000 Reps a Day for 30 Days. This has been a real challenge, but my goal was to see what I can achieve in just 4 weeks / 30 days of training! Here is the 1000 Rep a Day Challenge Workout Routine: 100 Pike Push Ups, 100 Push Ups, 100 Squats, 200 Sit Ups, 100 Dips, 100 Jumping Jacks, 100 High Knees, 100 Burpees, 100 Pull Ups a day for 30 days. This shows how you can get amazing results by just using your own bodyweight at home, outside or in the gym. I didn't use any supplements, my diet was based on real food and I didn't do any CARDIO at all! ► Body Fat Measuring Tool: US http://amzn.to/1T8ntqP UK http://amzn.to/1XXolmD ► LINKS WORLDWIDE My Watch http://amzn.to/265VW2m My Backpack http://amzn.to/28JS7uF Scale http://amzn.to/28Nw4Tf Camera http://amzn.to/1Q4Buob 2nd Camera http://amzn.to/1VOPee8 Laptop http://amzn.to/24Dcv39 Lens http://amzn.to/1POkCI8 Tripod http://amzn.to/1Prp1P6 Moleskine Notebook http://amzn.to/1XcqXj6 ► LINKS UK My Watch http://amzn.to/21oObRG My Backpack http://amzn.to/28JS02n Scale http://amzn.to/28NJCxg Camera http://amzn.to/1PJVI6d 2nd Camera http://amzn.to/1U99yEy Laptop http://amzn.to/1U99lBh Lens http://amzn.to/1NKbflp Tripod http://amzn.to/1SSaWws Moleskine Notebook http://amzn.to/1U98NeM ► Support MY CHANNEL for FREE by doing your Amazon shopping through these links (bookmark it!): US: http://www.amazon.com/?tag=12weekathlete-20 UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/?tag=marcdresperst-21 ► PLEASE LEAVE A 💬 Comment or Question, 👍 Thumbs Up or 😄 Both If you found this video helpful please help me to spread the word and share it with your friends. Thank you! ► HIT ME UP ON SOCIAL MEDIA ★ IG: https://www.instagram.com/marcdressen/ ★ FB: https://www.facebook.com/12weekathlete/ ★ TW: https://twitter.com/MarcDressenPT ★ G+: https://plus.google.com/+marcdressenpt ★ YT:: http://goo.gl/VJT31c BODYWEIGHT WORKOUT PROGRAM ► http://www.12weekathlete.com ONLINE PERSONAL TRAINING ENQUIRY ► http://www.marcdressen.com MUSIC ♫ Outro - MindlessFate - Fire Rainbow https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WaJ4s5VZZ6A The following music is royalty free and I have permission to use it under the Creative Commons license. No copyright intended. -- Marc Dressen is a fitness entrepreneur. During his studies at the elite German sports university in cologne he established Move Productions along with his former high school friend Alex P, as Germany’s leading and go to sports agency, servicing top brands including Nike, Formula One, Porsche, Yves Saint Laurent and Volkswagen. Along the way he co-founded Move Artistic Dome in Cologne, and grew it to Europe’s largest indoor complex for extreme sports in just three years. On top Marc is a highly sought-after personal trainer. He is coaching some of the most influential people in the world, including many high-profile Boardroom executives, politicians and celebrities, who call upon his expertise to support their personal fitness and lifestyle goals. Marc is also a fitness vlogger providing as much value as possible by answering your questions about health, fitness and nutrition based on a lifetime of successfully helping others in transforming their personal lives.
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Shoulder Training - Lee Labrada - Mass-http://www.labrada.com/teamlabrada/lee-labrada Do you have big, broad, rock-hard shoulders that command attention in and out of the gym and bodybuilding stage? If so, congratulations, as in this article you'll discover a new bodybuilding shoulder routine that can help you build even more impressive delts! On the other hand: If your shoulders could use some work, you're also in luck 'cause I'm about to reveal an intense shoulder routine that will help you turn your shoulders... into boulders! But first, here're the basics of my entire routine to help you plan your shoulder workout: Workout frequency: 2 days on, 1 day off, 1 day on, 1 day off This means I workout for two days followed by one day of rest. Then, I workout another day followed by another day off. Then I repeat. I never train with weights more than two days in a row because I find that I build muscle faster if I have enough time to recuperate. (If you're not making steady gains with your program try adding a few extra rest days each week. You may actually gain more by training less! Okay, here's how my typical bodybuilding workout schedule looks: Day #1: Chest/Shoulders/Triceps Day #2: Back/Biceps/Abs Day #3: Rest Day Day #4: Quads/Hamstrings/calves Day #5: Rest Day Then repeat Now, you can certainly adapt this workout schedule to fit your specific needs. For example: If you want to take off the weekend from weight training (and many people do) then try 2 days on, 1 day off, 2 days on, 2 days off. Then repeat. This way you'll have Wednesday along with Saturday and Sunday off each week. (The extra day of rest may be good for you!) Got it? Good. Now here comes the meat and potatoes of this article! Shoulder Exercises: * Use a 3-1-2 tempo (three seconds to lower the weight, one second pause at top of movement, and two seconds to raise the weight). This is important! * Take between 1-2 minutes rest between sets. * If you're going to complete failure, you will need to reduce the training poundage by 10% after each set, in order to manage all the reps on the next set. * If you're just getting started, drop one set from each exercise and concentrate on form instead of going for the heavy poundage. (You'll thank me later!) Shoulders Exercise #1: Lateral Dumbbell Raises: After warming up, perform 3 sets of 10 repetitions to failure. On the last set drop the weight and do another 5 reps without rest. (It hurts, but boy does it work!) Tip: Lean slightly forward just enough for dumbbells to clear your side; bend arms slightly and raise dumbbells to a point just above the shoulders. Keep dumbbells facing forward by rotating your hands so your little finger stays higher than the rest of the hand. Avoid: Cheating or swinging throughout the movement. Shoulders Exercise #2: Upright Rows: (By using the traps as a secondary muscle we can fatigue the deltoids even more now that they are warmed up from the side laterals.) Perform 3 sets of 10 repetitions. On the last set drop the weight and do another 5 reps without rest. Tip: Use a grip that leaves six inches between your hands. Keep the bar as close to your body as possible. Pull upper arms out to the side so your elbows point towards the ceiling and the bar comes up to your chin; then lower slowly. Avoid: Locking your knees or using a stance where your feet are too close together. Shoulders Exercise #3: Dumbbell Shoulder Presses: (Dumbbells provide a better range of motion and incorporate the shoulder stabilizers into the movement.) Perform 3 sets of 8-10 repetitions. On the last set, drop the weight and do another 4 reps without rest. Tips: Press the weight directly above the head and keep your back in a fixed upright position. Avoid: Letting your wrists wobble with the weight; keep them fixed. Shoulders Exercise #4: Bent Over Laterals: (An excellent mass developer for the rear deltoids.) Perform 3 sets of 8-10 repetitions. On the last set, drop the weight and do another 4 reps without rest. Tips: Lower the weight slowly and make sure that you choose a weight that you can control at all times. Avoid: Jerking the weights up and down. Keep control of the movement at all tomes. So there you have it! Follow this program along with a quality nutrition and supplementation program and you'll be on your way to broad and muscular shoulders! Now go get 'em! Don't hesitate to visit the Labrada.com blog for free valuable information on training and nutrition: http://www.labrada.com/blog FOLLOW US ON : ------------------------- LABRADA NUTRITION ON FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/LabradaNutrition LEANBODY FOR HER ON FACEBOOK http://www.facebook.com/leanbodyforher LABRADA NUTRITION ON INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/labradanutrition LEANBODY FOR HER ON INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/leanbodyforher# LABRADA NUTRITION ON TWITTER https://twitter.com/leelabrada LEAN BODY FOR HER ON TWITTER https://twitter.com/leanbody4her
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Triceps Workout - Lee Labrada http://www.labrada.com/teamlabrada/lee-labrada Labrada Nutrition offers a FREE 12 WEEK LEAN BODY TRANSFORMATION GUIDE... You have so much to gain and absolutely nothing to lose..... Look forward to seeing you in the program soon! http://www.labrada.com/12weekleanbody Ready to get huge triceps? The triceps make up 2/3 of your arms size so it is important that you do not forget this important muscle! But first, here're the basics of my entire routine to help you plan your shoulder workout: Workout frequency: 2 days on, 1 day off, 1 day on, 1 day off This means I workout for two days followed by one day of rest. Then, I workout another day followed by another day off. Then I repeat. I never train with weights more than two days in a row because I find that I build muscle faster if I have enough time to recuperate. (If you're not making steady gains with your program try adding a few extra rest days each week. You may actually gain more by training less! Okay, here's how my typical bodybuilding workout schedule looks: Day #1: Chest/Shoulders/Triceps Day #2: Back/Biceps/Abs Day #3: Rest Day Day #4: Quads/Hamstrings/calves Day #5: Rest Day Then repeat Now, you can certainly adapt this workout schedule to fit your specific needs. For example: If you want to take off the weekend from weight training (and many people do) then try 2 days on, 1 day off, 2 days on, 2 days off. Then repeat. This way you'll have Wednesday along with Saturday and Sunday off each week. (The extra day of rest may be good for you!) Got it? Good. Now here comes the meat and potatoes of this article! Do your triceps exercises following chest and shoulders. That warms up your triceps, and secondly, pre-fatigues them so that they can be pushed into the growth threshold with minimum work. Got it? Good. Now here come the "meat and potatoes" of my triceps workout... Exercise #1: Straight-Bar Triceps Pushdown: After warming up, perform 3 sets of 10 repetitions, or to failure, whichever comes first. On the last set, drop the weight about 10% and immediately perform another 5 reps without resting. Tip: Take a palms-down grip with your thumbs "over" the bar. Keep your shoulders back and chest out. Fix your upper arms to the side of your torso. Avoid: Don't allow your wrists to bend upwards during the movement as this puts unnecessary stress on the joint. Keep your wrists straight and fixed; and don't allow your elbows to flare-out. Keep them near your sides. Exercise #2: Close Grip Bench Press: (One of the best mass developers for the triceps.) Perform 3 sets of 10 repetitions. On the last set, drop the weight and do another 5 reps without rest. Tips: Using a straight or EZ-curl bar, take a grip that is six inches wide between your hands. Lower the bar slowly to your lower chest while keeping your elbows near your sides. Then, push straight up to the starting position. Repeat. Avoid: Bouncing the bar off of your chest. Always maintain control during the movement. Lower slowly. Exercise #3: Upright, Overhead One-Arm Dumbbell Triceps Extension: Perform 3 sets of 10 repetitions. On the last set, drop the weight and do another 5 reps without rest. Tips: While sitting on a bench with your arm straight above you, lower the dumbbell slowly to the base of your neck while keeping your upper arm and forearm at close to a 90 degree angle. Stretch the triceps muscle at the bottom of the movement then contract and return to the start position. Avoid: Performing this movement too quickly and haphazardly. Doing so could result in injury to the neck and head. Don't let your wrists wobble with the weight; keep them fixed. So there you have it! Follow this program along with a quality nutrition and supplementation program and you'll be on your way to horse shoe triceps! Now go get 'em! Don't hesitate to visit the Labrada.com blog for free valuable information on training and nutrition: http://www.labrada.com/blog FOLLOW US ON : ------------------------- LABRADA NUTRITION ON FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/LabradaNutrition LEANBODY FOR HER ON FACEBOOK http://www.facebook.com/leanbodyforher LABRADA NUTRITION ON INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/labradanutrition LEANBODY FOR HER ON INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/leanbodyforher# LABRADA NUTRITION ON TWITTER https://twitter.com/leelabrada LEAN BODY FOR HER ON TWITTER https://twitter.com/leanbody4her LABRADA NUTRITION ON GOOGLE + https://plus.google.com/106743917096914193849/ LABRADA ON PINTREST http://pinterest.com/leelabrada
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