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Daily Meditation Thursday, January 24, 2019

Be very very still and allow every new experience to take place in your life without any resistance whatsoever. You do not have to do anything, you simply have to be and let things happen. - Eileen Caddy

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New video by FDMX Fitness on YouTube

TRX 7 Minute Arm Workout
Arm workout with the TRX suspension trainer. We use the TRX for a short quick arm workout for five sets. If you would like to find more of our TRX workout videos be sure to visit the Elite1on1 video library with more information at www.fatdownmuscleup.com. We will be doing the following TRX exercises in this TRX arm workout video: 1. TRX 1 Arm Curl Push Downs Right 2. TRX Kneeling Crushers|Press 3. TRX 1 Arm Curl Push Downs Left 4. TRX Close grip press 5. TRX Curls|Crushers


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New video by Global Mountain Bike Network on YouTube

Learning Cyclo-Cross Skills With Blake | An Intro For Mountain Bikers
Cyclo-cross bikes can turn any mountain bike trail into a whole new challenge. Simple drops and technical sections take on a whole new dimension of difficulty and fun. Blake confronts his fear of clip in pedals, puts away the MTB and gets taught the basics of cyclocross by our colleague at GCN: Tom Last. Subscribe to GMBN: http://bit.ly/1HnIPRp Get exclusive GMBN gear in the GMBN store! https://gmbn.eu/11u You don’t have to be Mathieu Van Der Poel to shred a cyclocross bike off road, why not mix up your riding and develop your skills on a different type of bike? Plus there are a few simple cyclocross skills that can transfer over to your mountain bike riding. Do you have a CX bike? Let us know in the comments below 👇 If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link 👍 https://gmbn.eu/11t Watch more on GMBN... 📹 Blakes Hardtail Enduro Race | https://gmbn.eu/henduro 🎵 Mus…

New Training App Shown to Aid Concentration

A new research study at the University of Cambridge shows training on a computer application can improve attention and concentration. Scientists say the new “brain training” game could help individuals deal with daily distractions in a busy world.Experts note that multitasking demands associated with the need to rapidly respond to email or text, and the challenge of working on multiple projects simultaneously, has led young people, including students, to have more problems with sustaining attention.This difficulty in focusing attention and concentrating is made worse by stress from a global environment that never sleeps and also frequent travel leading to jet lag and poor quality sleep.“We’ve all experienced coming home from work feeling that we’ve been busy all day, but unsure what we actually did,” says Professor Barbara Sahakian from the Department of Psychiatry.“Most of us spend our time answering emails, looking at text messages, searching social media, trying to multitask. But i…

Utah Study Finds Suicide Increase Among Those With Autism

Based on a 20-year population study in Utah, researchers have discovered that among individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), suicides, though rare, have increased over time compared to the general public.The findings, published in the journal Autism Research, show that much of this increase occurred within the last five years, particularly among females.“There has been an unfortunate assumption that people with autism are in their own world and are not affected by social influences commonly associated with suicidality,” said Anne Kirby, Ph.D., OTRL, assistant professor of occupational therapy at the University of Utah (U of U) Health and first author on the paper.“There is now growing realization among clinicians and families that suicidal thoughts and behaviors can be a real concern for autistic individuals.”In particular, during the study period (1998 to 2017), a total of 49 individuals (7 female and 42 male) with autism died by suicide in Utah.The researchers broke the stud…

Long Uninterrupted Sleep in Pregnancy May Be Tied to Stillbirth Risk

Long periods of undisturbed sleep during pregnancy may be linked to late-term stillbirth (on or after 28 weeks of pregnancy), according to a new study published in the journal Birth.Michigan Medicine researchers analyzed online surveys involving 153 women who had experienced a late stillbirth within the previous month as well as 480 women in their third-trimester of pregnancy or who had recently delivered a live born baby during the same period.The findings suggest a link between lengthy periods of undisturbed maternal sleep (more than nine hours per night) and stillbirths that were independent of other risk factors. But researchers caution that more research is needed to better understand the relationship and what it means for pregnant women.“Pregnant women often report waking up and getting up in the middle of the night,” said lead author Louise O’Brien, Ph.D., M.S., a University of Michigan researcher in the Division of Sleep Medicine, Department of Neurology and the Department of …

Is My Relationship with My Former Mother-in-Law Healthy?

From the U.S.: My husband abandoned me – left in 2015, found out later he had blown through all of our money and there was another woman. He would be vague in communication or just not respond and he roadblocked divorce, and then I got cancer, which I’ve been fighting since early 2017. After I got cancer, he stopped communicating altogether and has since changed his phone number. He pays me no support (even though he agreed he would). He has never asked how I am, doesn’t seem to care that I’m financially struggling and fighting cancer.My mother in law was very upset when she learned I was sick and she would text me every few weeks and I would communicate with her and never mention him, but it always felt wrong in a way I couldn’t explain. She will only communicate with me about my illness but seems to want to pretend that certain things don’t exist, i.e. all of the things that go along with the illness and the things (financial) made more difficult by her son’s actions, or the very fa…