Bust Off That Gut With the Insanity Workout By Carl Barton It can be quite the dizzying experience trying to find the right workout regimen when a person decides to get back into shape. In many cases, it takes a high level of commitment to stay on track with whatever kind physical of activity and/or diet that is chosen. For people who truly desire results and have a high motor, the Insanity Workout could be the right option for a variety of reasons. The Insanity Workout is a high energy workout routine that works on the interval training method. The interval method stresses a period of high activity followed by a period of low activity. This is the key to workout regimen because it warms up muscles, builds them up, and acts as a lactic acid conditioner. By building up a lactic acid tolerance, muscles become stronger while building up someone's endurance. When applying this kind of aerobic training to the human body, the pyramid system is a base model for the workout routine.
Let’s Talk Black Mermaid Scroll down to listen to the podcast Did someone mention a black mermaid? Of course, they did. That is all everyone is talking about because Disney dropped the teaser trailer with Halle Bailey as Ariel. I am here for all of it. There is so much to be said regarding the vitriol being directed her way but I am going to steer away from it because the haters gonna hate. The Little Mermaid is one of my favorite Disney princess stories and I am looking forward to watching Halle Bailey take over the role. Not only that I am so looking forward to watching her career blossom. She is a beautiful and super talented young lady who will only continue to rise from this. Black mermaids though! Yes, let’s talk about that. Skin of the Sea written by Natasha Bowen is all about black mermaids. Skin of the Sea follows Simidele (Simi), a young girl who prayed and was turned into a mermaid by an Orisha, as she scavenges the sea to save souls lost to the slave trade. Except, one d
Redirect Your Focus away from Lizzo Scroll down to listen to the podcast here Recently a comedian has been under fire for making hurtful comments toward the artist Lizzo about her weight. Aries Spears in an attempt to be funny mocks Lizzo about her weight and her looks. He also goes on to say that he can get away with being a big dude and women cannot. He then attempts to pivot in a spectacular show of hypocrisy that instead of supporting her expressions of confidence women should be pointing out potential health issues linked with obesity. Sir! What are you doing? I really wanted to take this opportunity to point out that we as a people, as a nation should be less focused on individuals and more on the industry that’s putting crappy overprocessed foods on the shelves. They are appealing to our need for convenience. They are using science and psychology to influence us to buy these crappy foods. And let's face it, who doesn’t love a good sweet or salty snack or fast food that we ca