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 No.1[Reply]

Read inhabit body!

https://inhabit.global/tools/inhabit.body_strength_conditioning_guide_2020.pdf

Our bodies can seem almost new to us after years of extraction by shit jobs and shit lives.


Inhabit.body a great primer for those of us getting into fitness for the first time.

Also read Rippetoe:

https://startingstrength.com/articles/squat_rippetoe.pdf


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 No.19[Reply]

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 No.17[Reply]

Do we know who did the illustrations for the guide?

 No.18

>>17
Artist should be cited in the inhabit.body guide, i think



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Being in your body while having covid19 kind of sucks but I learned some things while I had it to make it more bearable. The biggest thing is to not stay stagnant for too long. A nurse recommended making a conscious effort to get up and move every 90-120 minutes, even if it's just to make a few laps around your house. Get yr lungs to werk while you're able. Someone in my family had a problem where they got sick w covid so they did nothing but lay on the couch for days, which led to a secondary infection of pneumonia. Deep breathing in a shower or over some strong tea is really helpful, and if you have a humidifier that would be nice. Laying on your stomach is also helpful, since your airways can be blocked when you have weight for an extended period of time on your back where your lungs are. It was also recommended to lay on your stomach with a pillow beneath your stomach and your knees under ya to put you at a 45-degree angle and to breathe like that to allow your chest cavity to drain.. not totally sure what that one meant but it felt relieving to do!
sending best of luck and body love through this nightmare. And if you dont already have covid practice deep breathing Now! love

 No.15

>>14
Based coofing bloomer

 No.16

>>14
hope you are well anon !



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 No.2[Reply]

Have you worked out today? Even just walked? Be honest anon.
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 No.6

I don't have the discipline for daily exercise, but I did just start a job in a warehouse, so now I'm walking a couple miles a day, at least. But it's a Frito-Lay warehouse, so I'm not lifting anything very heavy :(

 No.10

I worked on some erroding terraces in a garden today. Nothing like moving some dirt around in the full sunlight 0)))

 No.11

everytime i remember this thread while biking? i bike harder
> R I D E F A S T F R E E E L I F E

are we working out outside in the winter this year anon? wyd?

 No.12

biking for the revolution

 No.13

>>11
I hate winter but gonna walk and jog outside at least. Mostly plan to L I F T at home.



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Hey, this is a post to compile and gather resources for natural medicines and home remedies.

Photo: Yarrow
plentiful in the southwest and drought resistant.
Easy to make tea or simply syrup with - slightly bitter to taste (honey and lemon mix well with it)
Has a calming effect and it's antibacterial and astringent properties can calm an upset stomach and quell diarrhea. Taken Cold, it can help with urinary tract infections, taken hot its can help induce sweating with dry fevers. Hormone mimicking properties make it alleviate cramps, bloating and regulate bleeding during one's moon cycle. Chewing on the stalk and root can alleviate toothache. crushing fresh leaves without water on a wound can reduce bleeding and expedites healing.
(cation: commonly confused with carrot and hemlock flowers. The distinct scent and stem patterns set it apart. Yarrow has a spicy woodsy smell and stems from various places around the stalk - unlike the umbrella shaped counterparts. Refrain from ingesting if you are pregnant.)

 No.9

There's a lot of bogus "knowledge" regarding medicinal plants out in the world, but it's a topic I'd like to learn more about.

These guides look pretty neat:

Midwest - http://libgen.rs/book/index.php?md5=E5293A8BE035D7BFF0A5FFFFF47AFE69
Pacific NW - http://libgen.rs/book/index.php?md5=55CAA1C730BA1BE0C9040525DE96D82E
Mountain - http://libgen.rs/book/index.php?md5=87B6C1DE0790D5F771497932E928F730
Northeast - http://libgen.rs/book/index.php?md5=B206B237544A907D75F05BA01A443EE0



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Did you know your body won't work without blood? Learn how to keep it inside you! If you haven't read Riot Medicine yet, or familiarized yourself with the TCCC guidelines, there's still time!

https://riotmedicine.net/
https://tactical-medicine.com/blogs/news/the-march-algorithm-in-tactical-combat-casualty-care


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