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Baby Actions - TCoHP - wk 2 Stage 2b

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

I will do my best to begin waking up earlier in the morning before Selene wakes up for the day so that I can get my work done early. If I can get my work done earlier in the day, then I won't have anything else holding me back from using Selene's naptimes for working out.

I can also use any extra time I have in the morning to get everything set up from working out so that as soon as Selene is put down for her nap I can just start my workout right away.

I can do this.
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    Hannah, ask Seven about the Peak 8. She does it, too. Another really REALLY gr8 thing about doing it is... HOURS after, you're STILL burning calories. Regular workouts do NOT produce HGH (human growth hormone).

    The way the Peak 8 intensifies (with the rapid 30 second BURN - which means by 15 seconds you WANT to STOP but you don't) activates what is called 'super-fast twitch muscles' and these are the muscles that stimulate that production of HGH.

    HGH burns the fat, baby!!

    When you're kid you've got TONS of HGH, but it's declining, and when you reach about 20 years old, the HGH begins to deplete where you start feeling the age and losing the energy you once had. Some professional athletes take a synthetic (and illegal) performance drug (like steroids) but you can create your own through the Peak 8 or Sprint 8.
    1773 days ago
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    Great! Are you also able to fit in time for reading the Bible? Or maybe in the evening before bed?
    1775 days ago
    This sounds like a good plan! I've found that if I have my workout stuff set up before I leave for work, when I get home it's much more likely that I'll exercise right away. I hope it works for you!

    PS -Selene is a lovely name! :)
    1775 days ago
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