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24 June 2014 @ 05:21 am
just be 5I try the following for my Morning Ritual:

  1. I wake, make my green smoothie with Bcaa's,

  2. I have my yerba mate tea,

  3. I write and then

  4. Mindfully plan my day while I stretch.

These task were selected because they are easy things to do. Since it is so early when I rise, I like to make sure that my morning ritual is pretty simple, yet enaging. Beginning your day in a way where you are nuturing yourself creates a powerful intent that is authentic, not forced. Your Spirit seems to quicken, well at least I feel mine does.
My morning ritual is something I look forward too. It's so simple for me to complete. Each step creates a great momentum for me to ride the majority of my day. What are you doing to begin your day that creates feelings of greatness in your life? Please share with me your morning ritual.
~ahmad



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damhashacked
06 June 2014 @ 05:08 am
Screen Shot 2014-06-03 at 6.19.54 AMThe minimum effective dose if applied correctly will save you a lot of time and help you laser focus in on what you really need to get done.
If you wanted a six pack set of abs and it required that you completed only 80 weighted ab crunches and 80 ab leg lifts, why would you need to do 500 reps? There would be no need to complete 160 total reps if it was the minimum effective dose  or "trigger" necessary for ab muscle stimulation. Think about it for a second, and then apply this to other aspects of your life. If you intelligently begin selecting the correct "triggers" to begin using daily, your life will change.

Are you doing the 20% that matters?

If you need help figuring out what your minimum effective dose is, then contact me today: ahmadbaari09@gmail.com

Still feeling thankful for the blessing of so many incredible moments,
~Ahmad Baari
CONTACT ME
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The Choke Syndrome and The Act of Visioneering.

Visioneering

1. First select a time that you can spend 5 minutes everyday of mental rehearsal.

2. Take 5 deep breaths.

3. With eyes closed, look up slightly and focus on your forehead.

4. Think back on a moment where you were at your best or happiest moment.
Once there, focus on a future wish or goal you want. (Attaching the past successful feeling to a future goal anchors this into your subconscious.) Spend 3-4 minutes adding clarity to your picture. At first just work on maintaining the feeling of winning, or having the past success. Gently without effort create the future desired image and feel it in the present moment. The goal of this is to create the same sense of thankfulness and gratitude towards a future want or desire/goal that you have for a past winning/happy/ successful moment.

5. Finally release this by acknowledging that this or something more beneficial is now created and set into motion. Then move on with your day.

At this point carry the feeling of the happiness you created during this visioneering session throughout your day.


The Choke Syndrome is where you place to much effort into developing the vision of your goal. You start making the mistake of focusing on your goal not being here, and you begin creating feelings of "wishing" instead of "feeling thankful" for what has arrived. Get it?

To stay in this zone, try the following:

-Don't allow outward experience influence the way you feel about yourself.
-Consciously practice of living in the present. Stay in touch with living in the now.
-Link happiness a habit. Appreciate the magnificence of the world around you.

Test this out over the next week and let me know how your life begins fast forwarding into continuous better present moments.

Still feeling thankful for the blessing of so many incredible moments,
~Ahmad Baari
CONTACT ME
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Are you "Infrequently Consistent" when it comes to your ab training? I image have done hundreds of things to build my abs. The most important thing that I finally tested sided by side with doing high reps is to really add challenging weight or resistance to build the mid-section.

The thing is... Both high rep and weighted ab workouts work. The frequency and diet compliment the two styles of working out your abs. Now let's explain the term in the question I began the post with.

Are you "Infrequently Consistent" when it comes to your ab training?

Your 85% recovered muscles (a little soreness) need a surprise if you want them to grow or show better. Frequency should be infrequently consistent, get it? You want to use weights for the abs, but surprise them by:
Resting two days then train them hard 1-2 days straight, while still making sure you get in your total of 3 ab workouts for the week. Lifting in this infrequent manner keeps the plateau effect away, and it can stimulate real muscle development.

For this test of high reps vs. weighted ab work, I used only 4 moves. With both test, I used the infrequently consistent principle. When I needed rest I took it. My eating days went like this:
3 clean : 1 re-feed

I found this to work perfectly. If you need selecting proper starting weight, explanation oft he 4 moves I used, and an example of the 3:1 clean to refeed eating method I tested, then
email me at ahmadbaari09@gmail.com

My online consulting business is growing and I have my real friends to thank for this. I truly appreciate you, and I hope my advice is helping.~ahmad


Still feeling thankful for the blessing of so many incredible moments,
~Ahmad Baari
CONTACT ME
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Instagram: @damhas
Twitter: @makingthebest09
YouTube: "Makingthebest09"
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Your shoulder muscle causes pain in upper back and neck, which can leave you at times feeling very uncomfortable.

Trigger points are hyperirritable areas of muscle that cause pain elsewhere, sometimes at a great distance from the trigger point.  In this picture you can see the culprit behind most of your neck and upper back pain, the Shoulder Hiker Muscle. Trigger points can be in the shoulder hiker muscle and when they are they cause pain around the upper back and shoulder blade.

To help this muscle relax:

  1. You can use a pressure tool or finger to press into the levator scapulae muscle. Apply pressure at the crook of your neck.  Try to find the zone where your neck meets your shoulder.  Also press where the muscle meets the top of the shoulder blade.  Those are the two areas where you can find the often annoying trigger points.

  2. Use a masseuse that is an expert in trigger point therapy.

  3. Hold for 20 seconds an isometric shoulder shrug. Repeat this for 2-3 times. Don't over do this.

These are the Top Three Solutions for removing upper back and neck pain in regards to the shoulder hiker muscle.

Still feeling thankful for the blessing of so many incredible moments,
~Ahmad Baari
CONTACT ME
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damhashacked
20 April 2014 @ 08:08 am
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Deep breathing, where you fill your belly and expand your diaphragm downwards, is one of the most powerful exercise you can do to activate your lymph system which helps to detoxify your body.

Are the breaths you take short and shallow? For the next few sentences try to adjust your breathing to match the instructions given.

INSTRUCTIONS:

Practice 10 deep slow breaths counting 4 seconds in, 8 seconds hold and 8 seconds out. Up to 70% of our body’s waste products are eliminated via our lungs and the rest through the urine, skin and feces. Breathe long slow and deep in a mindful state as often as possible.



Still feeling thankful for the blessing of so many incredible moments,
~Ahmad Baari
CONTACT ME
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Instagram: @damhas
Twitter: @makingthebest09
YouTube: "Makingthebest09"
http://facebook.com/ahmad.baari

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damhashacked
11 April 2014 @ 05:48 am
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My new mental hack is to try to use this as my way to remain focused on my goals, even when facing a stressful moment.
At times your goal may go out of focus due to the fact that you are focused temporarily on non-goal oriented events. I think focusing on what I appreciate with my life will prevent me from staying too long in a "getting-down-on-self" moment. I am learning that focusing my thoughts in a direction that makes me feel better means so much in bringing good things into my life.

When it comes to improving your body this concept is very important. Appreciating the fact that you want to improve your health is enough to get the momentum ball rolling. Continue to ride that wave until you see another small moment to appreciate the efforts you are making towards your goal my friend. For the next 15 minutes try to either write down or just think of ALL the things (small or BIG) that you are appreciative for. Enjoy the feelings the thankfulness begins to produce. Stoke your motivational flames, and enjoy more of what attracts into your life. Appreciation is the first thing to master, before trying to change your life.

We all on some level inside know this. Time to practice remembering to appreciate.

Still feeling thankful for the blessing of so many incredible moments,
~Ahmad Baari
CONTACT ME
email: ahmadbaari09@gmail.com
Instagram: @damhas
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You don't always have to flip tires, leap frog, or do crossfit to experience the benefits of high intensity interval training routines.

I feel the words high intensity is what deters a bulk of the population from using this style of working out. What if I told you really high intensity is more so about tempo-ed reps under time? The sequence in which you order your movements should be from compound exercises to isolated exercises. During your next HIGH INTENSITY TRAINING workout, try to sequence one lower body compound exercise followed by two upper body exercises. Keep each set roughly 45-60 seconds. The pace should be 3-8 seconds per concentric and eccentric motion ( ie. bicep curl--5 secs up, 5 secs down)
Note: the upper body exercises should be one pulling exercise followed by one pushing exercise.


Watch Dr. Ellington Darden explain how to excute the true definition of HIIT (high intensity interval training). Personally I feel this style of training can be done by beginner or advanced athlete.







Still feeling thankful for the blessing of so many incredible moments,
~Ahmad Baari
CONTACT ME
email: ahmadbaari09@gmail.com
Instagram: @damhas
Twitter: @makingthebest09
YouTube: "Makingthebest09"
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damhashacked
11 March 2014 @ 12:23 pm
How to complete:

  1. Week One complete clip only one time through per session 2-3 times a week.

  2. Week Two complete clip two times through per session 4 times a week.

  3. Week Three complete clip three times through per session 4 times a week.

  4. Week Four complete clip four times through per session 4 times a week.

  5. Still feeling thankful for the blessing of so many incredible moments,

~Ahmad Baari
CONTACT ME
email: ahmadbaari09@gmail.com
Instagram: @damhas
Twitter: @makingthebest09
YouTube: "Makingthebest09"
http://facebook.com/ahmad.baari

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