Remnants of life -ancient and contemporary- are everywhere along the Rio Grande and throughout the Big Bend. From inhabitants of an ancient sea to the wild cows of an abandoned ranching era, their bones and shells will stick around to tell a story of radical change through the millennia.
🌱I'm going to reverse this. No sugars no processed food no meat no dairy the pain makes me cry and I thought it was from the gbs I had now I know I can change it it's hard giving up foods you love right. But it's a lot harder in 5 years when I need a wheelchair because I'm chronically inflamed exhausted and need carers can't work anymore. I'd rather eat whole plant foods for the rest of my life than be like that. There's no way I'm gunna be like that. No way. I survived paralysis I trained my self to walk again to run again against the odds I'm not going down now after all my hard work 💪😉 #arthritis#inflammation#bones#vegan#plantbased#rawfoods#wholefoods#drmcdougal#starch#veggies#fitness#runner#muscle#weighttraining#veganmuscle
Just as there are many different ways to strength train, there are also many different ways to perform stretching exercises. However, it is important to note that although there are many different ways to stretch, no one way, or no one type of stretching is better than another. Each type has its own advantages and disadvantages, and the key to getting the most out of stretching lies in being able to match the right type of stretching to the purpose, or goal you are trying to achieve.
For example; PNF and passive stretching are great for creating permanent improvements in flexibility, but they are not very useful for warming up or preparing the body for activity. Dynamic stretching, on the other hand, is great for warming up but can be dangerous if used in the initial stages of injury rehabilitation.