Monday, January 28, 2013
I experienced this exact situation the other day. Everyone knows that I'm an avid exercise workout freak, but the other day, I had as serious headache and almost skipped my kickboxing workout. It reminded me of the end of day headaches, I'd experience at my former job sitting all day working for corporation.
These headaches can easily deter you from making it to your karate or kickboxing class, but before you do, listen to this. Sitting all day creates vascular constriction of the blood vessels in the brain that cause headaches. The best known cure is exercise which pumps blood to the brain and relieving you from the headache.
On this particular day, I knew the solution was exercise so I committed myself to taking class despite the headache. The results were a terrific workout and the headache was gone.
Posted by Tim Rosanelli at 9:40 AM
Friday, January 25, 2013
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Posted by Tim Rosanelli at 9:06 AM
Monday, January 21, 2013
Max Impact HIIT
5 Drills - 40 sec Intervals of conditioning
and bag combos with 10 sec Rest
(Set our Gymboss Timer for 40 sec work
interval and 10 sec rest)
Rest 30 sec and Repeat 5 Drills
Five Exercises for HIIT Workout
1. Jab - Cross
2. One Leg Pogo
3. Uppercut - Uppercut - Hook Punch
5. Front Kick
Posted by Tim Rosanelli at 1:43 PM
Monday, January 7, 2013
With the winter arriving, I wanted to create a off the grid project that could help heat my small office. This project cost less than $20 and was simple to put together. The candle heats the radiator metal core and transfers the heat to ceramic surface. Then this heat is stored and radiated into the room instead of it just rinsing to the ceiling.
Here's what you will need and watch the video for the assembly.
one 5″ ceramic (not glazed) pot
one 3″ ceramic (not glazed) pot
two 1 1/2″ x 1/4″ washers
three 1 1/4″ x 1/4″ washers
three 1″ x 1/4″ washers
eight 3/4″ x 1/4″ washers
seven 1/4″ nuts
one 3″ x 1/4″ bolt
Thanks for watching!
Posted by Tim Rosanelli at 10:46 AM