Posts Tagged ‘@YouTube’

Cero (Dani Martín)

21 September 2021

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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vídeo @YouTube, 4:44 mins.

Cero (DANI MARTÍN)

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feet, thighs, buttocks, back, arms, shoulder & head

15 September 2021

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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Walking fast for about 50 minutes everyday.

Choose a free hour in your daily schedule. 

Be firm. Do not fail. Follow your lonely walk. Discipline yourself!

Walk briskly. Be self-conscious. You are your body in movement. Your feet touch the ground. Feel your thighs and buttocks. Balance your arms. Remember the straight position of your back. Shoulders relaxed & your head crowded with birds. Take your time. Enjoy!

E. Fouz.-13.09.2021

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Power Walking: The Whys and Hows of a Life-Changing Exercise Technique

Rebecca Joy, April 2019

-via Healthline.com-

‘Power walking is an exercise technique that emphasizes speed and arm motion as a means of increasing health benefits.Done correctly, regular power walking is good for your cardiovascular health, joint health, and emotional well-being.

Power walking 101: Here’s how you do it
Good power walking technique is essential if you want to maximize benefits and prevent injuries. Here are some good guidelines to follow:

Watch your posture

Keep your eyes forward, shoulders back, and head upright. Pull your belly button in toward your spine to engage your core muscles. If you find yourself slumping forward, take a moment to correct your body position. If you notice you’re holding tension in your shoulders and neck, relax and release them. Good posture will help you maintain speed and will help protect you from injury.’

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https://www.healthline.com/health/exercise-fitness/power-walking#tips

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Qué es mejor para la salud: ¿Caminar o correr? ¿Realmente sirven las apps para mejorar el rendimiento?

07-05-2021 Pareja haciendo ejercicio en un parque

Alternativa al running
El que no corre…camina: qué es el power walking y cuáles son sus ventajas

Clarín.com; 10/01/2019

‘Caminar a ritmo rápido, sostenido y vigoroso con la postura adecuada puede ser una opción atractiva para quienes no les gusta correr. La técnica y sus beneficios.El power walking es menos exigente a nivel físico que correr y, al ser de bajo impacto, las articulaciones sufren un desgaste menor.Los miran dar una y otra y otra vuelta a la plaza, sudar a velocidad sobre la cinta y no los comprenden, no entienden cómo pueden disfrutar de lo que para ellos sería un sacrificio imposible, una meta inalcanzable. Para quienes -por el motivo que sea- el running no es una opción, caminar a paso ligero y con la técnica adecuada, tal la propuesta del power walking, puede resultar tentador y sumamente ventajoso.’

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https://www.clarin.com/buena-vida/corre-camina-power-walking-ventajas_0_lncVx0cCE.html

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@YouTube vídeo, 1:54 mins.

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 30 REASONS

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‘Répondez s’il vous plait’

11 September 2021

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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Frases útiles en francés (traducidas al inglés)

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EXTRAS

@YouTube, 3:59 minutos

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“En el muelle de San Blas” (Maná)/ @cansinoroyal

6 September 2021

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

privacy

@Twitter

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@YouTube vídeo, 5:47 mins.

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Maná

Maná, banda de rock pop mexicana

-@Wikipedia-

https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maná_(banda)

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Otra versión de “En el muelle de San Blas” de Maná

Cansino Royal, @cansinoroyal

https://twitter.com/cansinoroyal/status/1434442240542314497?s=20

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Date someone who… / extra

4 September 2021

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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Date someone who will wake up at 4 a. m. just to …

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EXTRA

Don´t Dream It’s Over (CROWDED HOUSE)

@YouTube video, 6:24 mins.

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lyrics

Don’t Dream It’s Over

Crowded House

 

There is freedom within

There is freedom without

Try to catch the deluge in a paper cup

There’s a battle ahead

Many battles are lost

But you’ll never see the end of the road

While you’re travelling with me

 

 

Hey now, hey now

Don’t dream it’s over

Hey now, hey now

When the world comes in

They come, they come

To build a wall between us

We know they won’t win

 

 

Now I’m towing my car

There’s a hole in the roof

My possessions are causing me suspicion

But there’s no proof

In the paper today

Tales of war and of waste

But you turn right over to the TV page

 

 

Hey now, hey now

Don’t dream it’s over

Hey now, hey now

When the world comes in

They come, they come

To build a wall between us

We know they won’t win

 

 

Now I’m walking again

To the beat of a drum

And I’m counting the steps to the door of your heart

Only shadows ahead

Barely clearing the roof

Get to know the feeling of liberation and release

 

 

Hey now, hey now

Don’t dream it’s over

Hey now, hey now

When the world comes in

They come, they come

To build a wall between us

You know they won’t win

 

 

Don’t let them win (Hey now, hey now)

Hey now, hey now

Hey now, hey now

Don’t let them win (They come, they come)

Don’t let them win (Hey now, hey now), yeah

Hey now, hey now

 

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Men and women / extras

29 August 2021

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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@YouTube vídeo, 4:15 min

Julio Iglesias, ‘Hey’

Cerveza 0/0 + extra

29 August 2021

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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enlace al tweet / tuit

https://twitter.com/eugenio_fouz/status/1429514845108555782?s=20

@YouTube video, 0:31 mins

Toddler won’t let mum sleep a nap (via @TheSun) 

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Slow running (trying to)

11 August 2021

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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-Brigid Kosgei- (Tokyo, 2021)

14 Runner’s World readers on how running transformed their bodies
Of course it’s not all about weight loss, but these are amazing…
BY JANE MCGUIRE
RunnersWorld.com

12/07/2018

“I was on my way to an early grave in 2015 at 30 stone plus, then, nearly 16 stone lighter, I became a London Marathon finisher in 2017. Running has given me both my health, and my life back.

Rachel

I started going to Slimming World at 23 stone, then started running at 20 stone and since then I have lost nine stone. I couldn’t run for 30 seconds when I started, but now I run 5K twice a week and 7K once a month. I also built up to running eight miles last month.

Megan 

Running has transformed my body but not in the way you think. Before, I suffered from an eating disorder and was underweight and unhappy. Then I discovered running and I loved it so much that I realised I had to eat better to fuel my body. I’ve gained about three stone, but I’m stronger and healthier than ever.

Matt

Running and massive diet changes helped me shed 12 stone in a little over a year! I’ve now stabilised my weight and am hitting running goals I never in my wildest dreams thought I would make. I’ve completed a sub 20 minute 5K and a sub 41 minute 10K and I’m now starting to work on reducing my half and full marathon PB. Running has given me the confidence to do new things and has certainly benefited my mental, and overall physical health.”

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https://www.runnersworld.com/uk/training/motivation/a776284/running-weight-loss-transformations/

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The Long Slow Distance Run vs. Tempo
By Beth Shaw

“In the traditional marathon training plan, a long slow distance (LSD) run serves as the cornerstone. The LSD run is often prescribed as a weekend run, anywhere from 2-3 hours long, and run at a pace about 30-90 seconds slower than your goal race pace.

By contrast, the tempo run is much shorter and sometimes mixed into a training plan. Tempo works as a speed day when track workouts aren’t an option. The most common tempo run is about 30 minutes at a pace you can hold for the duration.

Recently there has been a lot of debate over which run is better in training for the half marathon and marathon. The new argument is that speed and endurance can be accomplished without spending early weekend mornings running long, slow miles. In addition, some argue that the long, slow run can lead to injury.”

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https://www.active.com/running/articles/the-long-slow-distance-run-vs-tempo?cmp=17N-PB33—D4–1134

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@YouTube video, Tokyo Olympics 2021 / women’s marathon

18:41 mins

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The Benefits of Running Slow

WRITTEN BY ORGANIC RUNNER MOM

ON MAY 13, 2020

Why Running Slow is Important

“It is easy to get into a routine of running the same fast pace all the time but running slow can be just as important as running fast. Running slow should not be neglected if you want to become a faster stronger runner.

How do you know if you are running slow?

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Running slowly can easily be determined by how easy it is to hold a conversation with someone. If you can easily chat on the run then you are running slow. If you are using heartrate training then you would want to be running in zones one or two. Zone one is an easy jog and zone two is a slightly faster aerobic pace. Your heartrate should be somewhere between 110 and 140 heartbeats per minute.

It can be hard at first to go slow for your runs because your inclination is to speed up an go faster but going slow has great benefits for your running.

There are huge benefits to becoming a faster stronger runner if you spend some of your training time going slow.

Benefits to running slow

Your running form will be most efficient when you are going slow. This is a great time to focus on and work on your running form.
You will be training to become more efficient with your respiratory system, your cardiovascular system and your muscles.
Injury risk is lower as you are putting less strain on your body.
You can run more often and build up your miles.
You are improving your aerobic energy system.
Slow running will allow your body to recover from harder, faster running,
You can use slow running as active recovery after a hard run because it helps to ” facilitate blood flow gently to the damaged muscles that need help” (Active.com).
You will build your base when you do slow runs.

Running slow all the time will provide you with a good base but should be interspersed with harder workouts such as intervals and hill workouts if you want to get faster. According to Women’s Running, ” 75–80 percent of your weekly mileage should be slower running.””

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https://organicrunnermom.com/the-benefits-of-running-slow/

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marathon Hasay

STOP APOLOGIZING FOR BEING A “SLOW” RUNNER.

June 23, 2016 by Heather Hart, ACSM EP-C 
“Let me start this post out by saying: I get it. I really do.

While these long legs are capable of something resembling speed and/or the occasional placement on a local 5K podium, I’m incredibly far from the fastest runner in the pack. In fact, I’ve been in “packs” where I was the absolute slowest runner, hands down. And I know what it feels like to believe you are the weak link holding everyone else back. You see everyone else running effortlessly ahead of you, and you feel frustrated and guilty, believing that your lack of speed is ruining their workout. So you tell them “I’m sorry I’m so slow, go on without me” and then again “no, seriously, I don’t want to hold you back, go on without me” when they don’t listen. You find yourself equal parts frustrated and thankful when they refuse to go, but you incessantly and instinctively apologize anyway.”

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https://relentlessforwardcommotion.com/stop-apologizing-for-being-a-slow-runner/

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Matt Edwards in Britain´s Got Talent (golden buzzer) 2017

29 July 2021

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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This was one of the most emotional golden buzzers ever given to an artist in “Britain’s Got Talent”, in my opinion

@YouTube, 8:48 mins.

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The kiss of Patricia Charbonneau / “Men can cry. Women can watch porn”

26 July 2021

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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Patricia Charbonneau (left) & Helen Shaver (right)

Patricia Charbonneau is one of the hottest actresses of the world in all senses

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American actress, Patricia Charbonneau

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patricia_Charbonneau

-via @Wikipedia-

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Desert Hearts (Dir. Donna Deitch, 1985)

a passionate love story between two women

based on the novel written by Jane Rule, “Desert of the Heart

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Desert_Hearts

-via @Wikipedia-

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the kiss

@YouTube, 1:53 mins

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