V3locity – Wild Out

Artist: V3locity

Song Title: Wild Out

Instagram: V3locity_1

Bio: Jayla Sparks known to the music industry with the stage name V3lociti is the oldest of 5 children born in Atlanta and raised in College Park has always stepped outside of the box using her creativity to be different. Standing only 4’10 she is powerful! A 16 year old junior at Westlake High School (WHS), she’s maintained a 4.0 GPA average and is on the path of being the valedictorian of her class. Her passion is creativity. V3Lociti began her journey to a rap sensation her 5th grade year at The Main Street Academy located in College Park. She didn’t want to submit the same boring speeches that other students had done over the past few decades, she wanted to change up the game and excite her fellow classmates. V3lociti began creating rhyming poetry to turn in for her speech assignments while finding beats to flow to when it was her turn to present.

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Only one Matio D

 

Artists can be dime-a-dozen, but there is only one Matio D.

Emerging from the elite Boston music scene in Massachusetts, Hip Hop recording artist Matio D (real name Mbathio Diarra) began hitting the ground running in the music realm since her inception into the industry many years ago. Known for tackling many industry roles including being a singer, songwriter, author and screenplay writer, her multifaceted approach has helped her manifest into a versatile and driven Hip Hop artist with her own signature sound and stylization; and hasn’t slowed down her momentum since that time.

Matio D (also known as “The Ripper”), originally hailing from Senegal in West Africa, moved to Boston in 2003 to attend college after she graduated from High school. She has been a ghostwriter for several years but finally decided to get out of the closet and do what she loves to do most: singing. As part of her mission in music, her artistic merit centralizes on her passion for creating innovative songs to share with the world that express some of her most beautiful, philosophical and inspirational content out of her insatiable desire to inspire, educate and be a role model to society and music listeners collectively. Her belief is that music should be educational and that we can change the world for the better through the prospect of writing and sharing your stories.

Her current song “Remember The Time (Live in Atlanta)” has garnered the rising artist an impressive internet buzz and growing fan base. These days, she knows how to enjoy life, using her craft to be a voice for hip-hop, continuing its movement with her community and fanbase, and living the life of an artist on the rise. She has come a long way since her breakthrough and is driven to maintain her originality and to keep shooting for greatness. Judging by her success so far, Matio D is well on her way to the top. And Hip Hop fans will soon be used to hearing her name.

Website: www.matiod.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Matio-D-488352628278717/?modal=admin_todo_tour
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/matio.d/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/d_matio
Links:
https://youtu.be/9md39PKtY4w

https://open.spotify.com/track/1A8eYUQQ1DGiZUniFnIxKq

https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/remember-the-time-single/1423801872

https://tidal.com/browse/track/93294123

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new album from Sack of Lions

The first single off of the new album from Sack of Lions

An independent country/Americana/roots band from Council Bluffs, IA with a new single coming out next week.

Here is a link to our new single of the upcoming album White Lightning https://sackoflions.com/release

Here is a link to our epk https://sackoflions.com/epk

It will start preorder 11/8 and released on 11/16.

Sackoflions.com
facebook.com/sackoflions
spotify:artist:1RHHVXHT3fTp2zDvjiPaLB

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Getting the Most Out of Resistance Training – Articles

Many clients come to me with the goal of getting a stronger, better-toned, better-muscled body. These are all outcomes you can see from regular strength training — it can build muscle strength and bone density, and even improve your metabolism. But, strength training shouldn’t be limited to just increasing the amount of weight. If you want a well-rounded routine — that enables you to see full benefits — I recommend additional resistance training progression techniques, too. 

Resistance training includes any exercise that causes your muscles to contract against an external resistance, whether that’s a weighted bar, dumbbell, band, or even gravity or your own body weight. If done right, these movements can tone your muscles, increase your muscle mass, and improve your endurance. However, many person don’t realize they’re not using all the different ways to progress they could — this means your muscles won’t be optimally stimulated, and therefore will respond in a way that usually leads to poor results, or worse, injury. 

I want to help you avoid those negative effects, and get the results you want to see. That’s why I’ve included  three types of resistance training progression techniques I add in my client’s regimens, as well as ways to incorporate them into your own workout plan. Before we begin, I would like to give credit where credit is due and thank Resistance Training Expert Brad Schoefeld for the research he has provided on the topic and where the techniques discussed in this article came from.           

1. Muscular Tension: 

Muscular tension training refers to lifting heavier resistance. This can help make your muscle fibers thicker, thus causing your muscles to become larger. Heavier weights can also force the nervous system to activate more muscle fibers, which helps build muscle, too. I suggest adding these types of exercises to your workout at least every couple of months, including them in the following rep schemes: (1-5) or (6-15) or (15+). If you’re an experienced lifter, I’d suggest going with more focus on the first scheme. 

Muscular Tension Exercises:

Chest

Upper Back

Shoulders

Lower Body

Total Body

-Barbell flat chest press

-Barbell incline chest press

-Dips

-Chin up variations

-Pull-up variations

-Chest supported row

-Barbell shoulder
press

-Seated barbell

-Shoulder press

-Barbell push press

-Barbell conventional deadlift

-Barbell sumo deadlift 

-Barbell back squat

-Barbell front squat

-Barbell glute bridge

-Barbell power clean

-Barbell hang clean

-Barbell clean and jerk

-Barbell snatch

2. Muscular Damange: 

Muscular damage training causes, as you may have guessed, damage to the muscle fibers. If done right and included with proper recovery, this can be a good thing as those fibers then rebuild themselves to be better able to handle future workouts. You can typically notice that you’re experiencing this if you feel sore either immediately after your workout or 1-2 days later. 

I recommend rotating these types of exercise — typically on a monthly basis — to help stimulate your muscles from multiple angles. You’ll want to use a level of resistance that’s comfortable for you to do 8-15 reps in good form. Proper form is key, so look to get that down with increased reps before you try to up your resistance. Lastly, when doing these exercises, try to use tempo. For example, in the downward motion of your squat, make sure the transition period lasts 2-4 seconds on each rep before standing up again. You can also incorporate short 1-3 second pauses on the top or bottom range of the motion on each exercise, if you’d like. 

Muscular Damage Exercises to Choose From: 

Chest

Back

Shoulders

Biceps

Triceps

Quads

Hamstrings

Glutes

-Dumbbell chest press

-Machine chest press

-Cable
pulldown

-Barbell
row

-Dumbbell
row

-Cable
row

-Dumbbell shoulder
press

-Machine shoulder
press

-Dumbbell
curl

-Cable
curl

-Barbell
curl

-Dumbbell extension

-Cable extension

-Machine leg press

-Lunge

-Machine
leg curl

-Barbell
RDL

-Dumbbell
RDL

-Barbell hip thrust

-Barbell
bridge

-Cable pull through

 

3. Metabolic Stress: 

Metabolic stress if often referred to as “feeling the burn” when you’re lifting. This sensation happens because blood and other metabolites rush into the muscle as you’re doing the movement. To get the most out of this form of training, you’ll want to mentally focus on the muscle you’re working as it should feel like it’s under constant tension or stress. 

Another way to cause this stress is to take short rest periods (30-45 seconds or less) between sets. You can also perform single-joint exercises for a higher number of reps, such as 15+. I recommend the total time your muscles are under tension — or, the length of your set — to be at least 40 seconds. If you do a higher number of reps, it’ll help with this. 

Metabolic Stress Exercises to Choose From:

Chest

Back

Shoulders

Biceps

Triceps

Quads

Hamstrings

Glutes

-Dumbbell fly

-Machine fly

-Cable fly

-Cable pullover

-Cable
reverse fly

-Cable rope
row or pulldown

-Dumbbell side raise

-Cable side
raise

-Dumbbell
curl

-Cable
curl

-Barbell
curl

-Dumbbell extension

-Cable extension

-Machine
leg press

-Lunge

-Machine
leg curl

-Barbell
RDL

-Dumbbell
RDL

-Barbell hip thrust

-Barbell bridge

-Cable pull through

Ways to add Resistance Training Into Your Routine: 

To get the most of your resistance training, I recommend adding muscular tension, muscular damage and metabolic stress exercises into your regimen in one of three ways:

1. Include an exercise from either two or all three categories in one of your workouts per week. This is typically best if you’re using a split schedule, meaning, taking one day to train a specific muscle group, such as your back. 

2. Lift one muscle group selecting from the exercises above twice per week. For example, if you’re focusing on your back muscles, you could do a barbell deadlift to focus on the lower back and a pull-up one day focusing more on the upper back muscles (both muscular tension exercises), then later in the week — I’d suggest 2-3 days later — pick muscular damage and metabolic stress exercises also targeting the back. 

3. Perform exercises for one muscle group three times a week. This is a nice option for person who want increased attention on a specific muscle group. For example, you could pick a muscular tension exercise to do your firstworkout, a muscular damage one for your second and a metabolic stress one for your third. Ideally, you should give yourself 1-2 days in between each of those workouts.

 

As you can see, there are plenty of ways to incorporate resistance training into your routine — mix it up and keep your routine feeling fresh by focusing on different muscle groups, or trying different exercises.

If you still feel unsure about where to start, or simply want some added motivation or guidance, we’ve got a team of Personal Trainers here at Life Time who can work one-on-one with you to ensure you’re training safely and doing so in a way that’ll maximize the benefits. Or if you prefer training in class settings, Life Time has a variety of small group training programs that incorporate these types of movements into the workouts. 

In health,Corey Grenz — Program Specialist and Master Trainer — Life Time, Chanhassen  

 

This article is not intended for the treatment or prevention of disease, nor as a substitute for medical treatment, nor as an alternative to medical advice. Use of recommendations in this and other articles is at the choice and risk of the reader.  

Resources: 

The Mechanisms of Muscle Hypertrophy and Their Application to Resistance Training by the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research

– “Look nice Naked” by Brad Schoenfeld 

 

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In this video https://idateadvice.com share with you dating tips on how to date Turkish girls. Dating a Turkish woman not easy. The best choice will be Arab dating sites or Turkish dating apps. So, watch video and we wish you good luck with Turkish women!

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Artist – Té Dee Music – Pop, R&B, Caribbean electronic

22 year old Bulgarian-born and London-based vocalist Té Dee has a hypnotic voice and stage presence to die for. Independent music company Bestoflondonmusic is showing this to the world with the release of her first single “Psycho” sure to be a hit. Té Dee, a beautiful artist with a voice to match. Mixing elements of Pop, R&B, Caribbean electronic. Watch out for future for this hard working Artist.

Song – Psycho

Spotify – https://open.spotify.com/track/5T9jn441ZittkFimiAH6RD?si=1Vb8ckq5RIKySnaPKHsLLQ
Youtube – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KHC7R_RcjA
itunes – https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/psycho-single/1436030204
Soundcloud – https://soundcloud.com/te_dee/psycho-te-dee

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