Published: Nov. 13, 2018 • By Health and Wellness Services When it comes to classes or work, we recognize that a few days off can be recharging and renewing. When working out this can be harder to see; while we may think more exercise equals better results, science says this isn’t the case. Here’s why rest days are so important to see the gains you’re working toward.Growth daysFirst, we need to change our thinking: Days away from the gym might be known as rest days, but really, they’re growth days. Downtime between workouts (whether you’re lifting, doing cardio or training for a sport) is when our bodies have a chance to actually build muscle.Strenuous workouts cause muscle breakdown, while rest allows our bodies to build it back up. If there are no growth days in your routine, continuous muscle breakdown may hinder your progress.Growth days also are the time when our bodies replenish glycogen levels. Glycogen is the molecule that fuels activity. As we exercise, our glycogen gets depleted. When we don’t give our bodies enough time and nutritious food between workouts to replenish this fuel source, we start feeling fatigued and tend to underperform.Fewer growth days equals less energy and less gains.Recovery zoneGrowth days are also vital to our mental health. When it comes to training, a good workout can boost endorphins, the “happy hormone,” and help us feel calmer in the moment. However, overtraining can lead to irritability, sleeplessness, diminished performance and decreased appetite, all of which contribute to mental exhaustion and fatigue.Taking two to three days off from intense exercise each week while engaging in some form of active recovery will allow you to get your blood flowing to help facilitate muscle repair.If physical activity is already a part of your long-term emotional health strategy, try building in active rest for your growth days—activities like yoga or a brisk walk will give your muscles time to repair and rebuild without overdoing it. Avoid pushing your body too hard on these days and instead focus on low-intensity movements that allow you to channel energy without activating your nervous system.Prepping for personal recordsIf you’ve ever trained for a race or a big game, you know you don’t go all-out leading up to it: The Broncos wouldn’t play a full, high-intensity game the night before they were in the Super Bowl, and professional runners don’t do an uphill marathon the night before they compete.Why is this? Growth days help prepare our bodies for our best performance. They’re the days when we fuel up, get a good night’s sleep, rest, relax, recharge. We set ourselves up for success and don’t expend all our energy or effort leading up to the big moment.In order to elevate your performance every time you dive into the pool, step into the weight room or hit the track, start thinking of it like your next big event. Build in growth days before you want to hit a personal record or see improvements to allow your body to be in its best shape for that to happen.For more ways to make your rest days count, schedule a session with a personal trainer at The Rec to review your goals and strategies to achieve them. And be sure to take advantage of the MSK Clinic for a free 30-minute consultation with a physical therapist about any pains or strains you might be feeling.Healthy Buffs is a weekly series with tips and information on a variety of health topics important to college students. Learn more at colorado.edu/health.Categories:Healthy BuffsMind & BodyCampus Community Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail
Author Previous ArticleSamsung stands to gain from iPhone X successNext ArticleSecuring licence biggest 5G challenge for KDDI bankruptcyRadioShackSprint Diana is Mobile World Live’s US Editor, reporting on infrastructure and spectrum rollouts, regulatory issues, and other carrier news from the US market. Diana came to GSMA from her former role as Editor of Wireless Week and CED Magazine, digital-only… Read more US electronics retailer RadioShack is looking to emerge from its latest bankruptcy proceeding with a new focus on its e-commerce business. However, the company is banking on winning a lawsuit filed against Sprint to fund its recovery.According to a report from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, RadioShack will head to court in Wilmington, Delaware, on 25 October for a hearing on its reorganisation plan. The company proposed to move forward with an online-centric model, supplemented by 27 corporate-owned stores and a smattering of 400 franchised dealer locations in small communities across the country. In particular, the company plans to maintain company-owned locations in Texas, Colorado and New York.Sprint’s roleIn its prime, RadioShack owned more than 7,000 stores across the country. The company first filed for bankruptcy in 2015 after a long slog against competitors like online retailer Amazon and operator-owned phone stores. Coming out of the proceeding, RadioShack inked a deal with US operator Sprint to co-brand more than 1,400 retail locations. The move helped Sprint double its retail presence.However, RadioShack filed for bankruptcy a second time in March this year, resulting in the immediate closure of around 200 locations and leaving in jeopardy some 1,300 more. In a press release at the time, RadioShack said the filing was triggered by a number of factors, “most notably the surprisingly poor performance of mobility sales.”Kevin Crull, Sprint’s president of omnichannel sales, in March said the operator was planning to take over “several hundred” of the retail locations left in limbo by the filing. Sprint since embarked on a massive distribution push, opening hundreds of new locations across the US.In June, though, RadioShack filed a lawsuit against Sprint alleging the operator used confidential information gleaned from the companies’ co-branding venture to open 200 competing stores. RadioShack also claimed Sprint failed to provide inventory and staff for the shared locations, and said the move hindered its success. RadioShack is seeking $500 million in damages, which would be the primary source of funding used to pay its creditors and support the company’s recovery efforts. T-Mobile challenges California merger terms Home RadioShack recovery relies on Sprint lawsuit Related Intelsat reveals plan to end bankruptcy Tags AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 02 OCT 2017 Sunrise lanza un smartphone seguro para niños Diana Goovaerts
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 26 APR 2019 Previous ArticleMobile Mix: The fantastic fourNext ArticleKPN awards Huawei limited 5G contract KT makes LG Electronics trade-in move Asia Intel used its Q1 results call to talk up the opportunities around 5G, shortly after it announced its exit from the 5G smartphone modem business.In a conference call, Bob Swan, who was recently installed as CEO (pictured), said: “By acting now, we focus our 5G efforts on the transformation of the wireless network and edge infrastructure, where we have a clear technology advantage, market share to win and a strategic role to play with customers.”“As networks cloudify, Intel is in a great position to win in this base station segment, where we expect to grow to 40 per cent market segment share by 2022. The vast majority of the 5G market opportunity and profit is in the transformation of network and edge infrastructure, where we are now laser focused.”When Intel announced its 5G smartphone modem exit, it stated it would evaluate the potential for its 5G modem technology in other forms, including PCs or IoT devices.During the call, Swan described this as a “work in progress”.“We haven’t really completed our assessment about what to do with the wonderful IP that we’ve developed, the real strong team that we have and the other opportunities we have, whether it’s in network infrastructure, where we’re really excited about the role we’ll play in 5G, or whether it’s the role that 5G modem plays in these non-smartphone applications,” he said.Apple woesIn an interview with The Wall Street Journal, Swan also confirmed the hardly shock news that Apple’s settlement with Qualcomm was behind Intel re-evaluating its smartphone modem plans. Intel was lined up as the supplier of 5G modem technology for the iPhone maker, but rumours swirled it was missing deadlines, leading Apple to review its position.“In light of the announcement of Apple and Qualcomm, we assessed the prospects for us to make money while delivering this technology for smartphones and concluded at the time that we just didn’t see a path,” he told the newspaper.NumbersOn a group level, the company reported a Q1 profit of $4 billion, down from $4.5 billion in the prior-year period, on revenue which was flat at $16.1 billion.It recorded revenue growth of 4 per cent to $8.6 billion in its PC-centric business, which it attributed to a strong mix of higher-performance products and strengths in gaming, large commercial and modem.But its Data-centric activities produced mixed results, with revenue down 5 per cent collectively. In the data centre, cloud revenue grew 5 per cent; the communication service provider segment decreased 4 per cent; and enterprise and government was down 21 per cent, leading to an aggregate 6 per cent decline to $4.9 billion.The company saw growth in its IoT unit (up 8 per cent to $910 million), but there were declines in the memory business (down 12 per cent to $915 million).“Looking ahead, we’re taking a more cautious view of the year, although we expect market conditions to improve in the second half,” said Swan. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back Steve Costello Home Intel 5G ambitions unblunted by modem woes Xiaomi smartphone surge bears fruits Steve works across all of Mobile World Live’s channels and played a lead role in the launch and ongoing success of our apps and devices services. He has been a journalist…More Read more AppleIntelQ1 earningsQualcomm Related Axiata Group cautious on earnings Tags Author
Google+ By News Highland – November 1, 2010 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Previous articleDarts – Mc Closkey Bows Out In Semi’s Of World MastersNext articleAthletics – Donegal Senior Cross Country News Highland WhatsApp The body of a man has been recovered from the sea near Glengad in north Donegal with a search under way for a second man after a vessel went on the rocks.Two people were on board ‘The Jennifer’ when it went on the rocks near Glengad this morning.The Coastguard was alerted to the incident shortly before 11am and the Coastguard helicopter out of Sligo, the RNLI’s Lough Swilly and Portsteward lifeboats and local fishing boats are at the scene.Weather conditions are poor with a force seven gale. One man dead and another missing in boating tragedy Twitter Pinterest Pinterest Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Facebook Lárionad Acmhainní Nádúrtha CTR to take part in new research project News Twitter LUH still not ready to restore IT systems Pregnant women can receive Covid vaccine at LYIT’s vaccination centre Google+ Facebook
By News Highland – July 30, 2020 Facebook Previous articleNegative test means Naomh Conaill can return to playNext articleHSE in Donegal urged to conduct survey on staff supports News Highland News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Pinterest WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Twitter AudioHomepage BannerNews Cllr calls for more mental health training for Gardai Google+ Harps come back to win in Waterford Pinterest A Donegal County Councillor is calling for extra training to be given to Garda Trainees in Templemore to deal with individuals suffering from severe mental health issues. There are concerns that while Gardai are first on the scene to the majority of emergencies, the training they have in relation to mental health disorders is said to be inadequate and merely a box ticking exercise.Cllr Ciaran Brogan says he has been contact with a number of people at the cold face ho say it is a ‘huge issue’:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/brogsdfsdfsdfanlong.wav00:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Google+ WhatsApp Twitter Facebook FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 DL Debate – 24/05/21 Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction
RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR BRICS Finance and Policy Low carbon, solar future could increase jobs in the future – SAPVIA Ugandan flag: Stock images Previous articleWorld Bank-IFC initiative promotes solar off-grid lighting in TanzaniaNext articleBlockchain to unlock the carbon market Babalwa BunganeBabalwa Bungane is the content producer for ESI Africa – Clarion Events Africa. Babalwa has been writing for the publication for over five years. She also contributes to sister publications; Smart Energy International and Power Engineering International. Babalwa is a social media enthusiast. Generation UNDP China, CCIEE launch report to facilitate low-carbon development AFD and Eskom commit to a competitive electricity sector Bujagali Energy Ltd seeks to mobilise a total of $500 million, which will enable it to reduce its electricity tariffs.The new 15-year debt will be sourced from the international market and will be used to settle current existing short-term debt whose heavy repayments have required Bujagali to price its electricity higher than other sources, the East African reported.It is reported that the World Bank’s investment arm, International Finance Corporation (IFC), has declared it will be offering part of the funds needed by the Ugandan power generating company.“The total amount of funds required to refinance Bujagali’s existing loans and to fund costs associated both with the prepayment of existing loans and the refinancing, is estimated at $500 million,” said the IFC.Allocation of fundsThe IFC is reported to have already agreed to lend the company $160 million and will also help the power company to raise the remaining $340 million from other international lenders.“The refinancing will lengthen the tenure of the company’s existing loans and therefore reduce the amount of annual debt service and, in turn, lower the project’s tariff under the power purchase agreement with Uganda Electricity Transmission Company. This will make the electricity in Uganda more affordable,” the financier stated.The IFC said it would give $100 million under a classification of Loan A and $60 million as Loan B. This means that the IFC has the option of selling the $60 million debt to other players in the market including commercial banks.The international finance institution has also offered to shield the project from future movement in the price of loans in what is commonly referred to as interest rate hedging, media stated.Bujagali EnergyFor a while now, the 250MW Bujagali has been under pressure to lower its power prices as the government pushes to increase electricity connections in the country. Read more…Power from the independent power producer is said to cost $0.1152 per kWh, however the government is aiming to reduce it to $0.05.
TVA Board approves completion of second unit at Watts Bar Nuclear Plant By chloecox – TVA awards $50mn contract to Day & Zimmermann Linkedin 9.17.2009 No posts to display Twitter New Jersey utility regulators extend zero-carbon breaks for PSEG nuclear power plants Twitter Westinghouse wins contract to supply replacement steam generators to TVA’s Watts Bar nuclear plant 17 September 2009– Day & Zimmermann was awarded a $50 million contract to provide services towards the completion of unit 2 in the Tennessee Valley Authority’s 2,540 MW Watts Bar nuclear power plant.Day & Zimmermann will provide maintenance, modification and refurbishment services on Unit 2. Units 1 and 2 are Westinghouse-designed pressurized water reactors. TVA started construction of both units in the mid-1970s. The company suspended construction in 1985, but started building unit 1 again in 1990. It has been online for 10 years.Watts Bar 2 was 80 percent complete when construction was suspended. TVA’s board of directors approved $2.5 billion to finish it by 2012.Want more news? Subscribe to the FREE E-newsletter! Related articlesAreva DZ venture to focus on nuclear power plant services Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TAGSTVA Previous articleNRG to convert unit to biomassNext articleUSA, South Africa sign nuclear R&D agreement chloecox Linkedin Facebook Suitors for halted Bellefonte nuclear project ask TVA to consider climate in reviving sale Optimizing Plant Performance: The April POWERGEN+ series activates today NuclearReactors
Email* Horse Sport Enews Rowan Willis (Ocala, FL) and Diablo VII sped through the jump-off in a time of 34.045 seconds to take the win in Saturday evening’s $75,000 Tryon Resort Grand Prix – the venue’s first night class of 2020 and first evening contest on the recently fully-engineered Tryon Stadium footing. Kristen VanderVeen (Wellington, FL) and Bull Run’s Risen, a 2006 Dutch Warmblood gelding (Utopie x Indoctro) owned by Bull Run Jumpers Inc., claimed second place after their 35.185 second jump-off round, while third went to Amanda Derbyshire (Wellington, FL) aboard Cornwall BH, a 2008 Holsteiner stallion (Con Air x Cambridge) self-owned with Gochman Sport Horse LLC, combining efforts to put in a clear jump-off round in 40.484 seconds.Twenty horse-and-rider pairs tested the Michel Vaillancourt (Aiken, SC) designed course, with seven combinations returning for the jump-off in front of nearly-empty stands while horse shows are still closed to the public. Willis and the 2008 Dutch Warmblood gelding (Douglas x Cavalier) owned by himself and Lucinda Huddy managed to shave seconds off the leading time with a few speedy riders behind them in the order of go, ultimately holding onto the lead, he explained.“It was a tough enough course; it wasn’t a big field, but it was a strong field of riders,” Willis relayed of the first Grand Prix held under the lights in Tryon Stadium since 2019. “I thought it was a nice course, and it obviously suited me! But it was nice to be jumping again under the lights. I always like riding in this arena. Unfortunately we don’t have the crowd right now, but it’s still a good atmosphere and a lovely ring to ride in.”Willis detailed that he initially didn’t think he had beaten VanderVeen’s time, but that it felt great to go clear. “It’s been a bit of a four-fault first couple of weeks for me, so it was nice to jump clear, and Diablo was in good form. I’m not really sure where I won it, but it’s always handy to watch Kristen go first – she’s such a fast rider – so I actually didn’t know whether I was quicker than her. I added in a couple of places, but I think maybe I just had a tighter turn to the fourth fence. Then, it was just waiting to see how the others went.”While planning his season loosely like many others, Willis acknowledged that his string of horses allows him to rely on depth rather than on his World Equestrian Games™ mount, Blue Movie: “Diablo has done a wonderful job for me over the last year and has won me a lot. He’ll do a couple more Grand Prix classes, and take the pressure of Carrots [Blue Movie] a bit. I’ll be here for the next four weeks. Then, I’ll probably go to Saugerties, have maybe a bit of a break, and then it looks like we’re back here.”Willis concluded by commenting on the new fully-engineered riding surface in Tryon Stadium and being back to horse shows again. “It’s great that they’ve put the new surface in, and it’s just good to be back showing. Obviously, there are different regulations in place, and it’s not quite the same without the crowd, but it’s good that the show is doing the work and getting us back to competing with some decent prize money. It’s good to get the sport going again!”For full results from the $75,000 Tryon Resort Grand Prix, click here.Kristen VanderVeen and Bull Run’s Divine Fortune Earn $25,000 Horseware Ireland Welcome Stake WinKristen VanderVeen (Wellington, FL) and Bull Run’s Divine Fortune were the fastest pair of the day in Thursday’s $25,000 Horseware Ireland Welcome Stake in Tryon Stadium, stopping the short-course timers in 27.668 seconds for the win. Todd Minikus (Lake Worth, FL) took both second and third place aboard Todd Minikus LTD entries, riding Juju VDM, a 2009 Belgian Warmblood mare (Toulon x For Pleasure), to a time of 28.934 seconds and piloting Calvalou, the 2007 Oldenburg gelding (Calvaro F.C. x Baloubet du Rouet), to a clear round in a time of 29.897 seconds for third.VanderVeen noted that the 2009 Dutch Warmblood mare (Padinus x Caruso) owned by Bull Run Jumpers Six LLC has been in her string for a few years and is “one of the most competitive horses I’ve ridden. She’s always fighting for me,” VanderVeen shared. “She’s special to ride because she gives you a hundred percent every time she goes into the ring. She’s won a lot of classes for me.”“I really liked the course,” VanderVeen said about the track. “It suited my mare very well. She was quite careful with the vertical-to-vertical combination after the triple bar,” she elaborated. “She’s very good at those things. I thought [the course] really played to her strengths.”Like many competitors, VanderVeen is still playing her competition season by ear, but plans to stay at TIEC for the summer. “It’s really exceeded my expectations,” she concluded of her competition experience at the venue. “I feel that they’ve done a great job. Everybody has been very generous and kind. It’s gone very well and everyone seems to be quite happy with it.”Todd Minikus and Amex Z Collect $25,000 Wednesday Classic WinTodd Minikus (Lake Worth, FL) and Amex Z, the Bit By Bit Groups’ 2009 Zangersheide mare (Andiamo Z x Landaris), stopped the jump-off timers in 27.027 seconds to take the win in Wednesday’s $25,000 Wednesday Classic. David Blake (Wellington, FL) and Don’t Touch Du Bois, a 2009 Belgian Sport Horse mare (Kashmir Van Schuttershof x Indoctro) owned by Pine Hollow Farm, put in a 28.907-second round to claim second, while third went to Gavin Harley (Wellington, FL) and Very Chic du Tillard, a 2009 Selle Francais gelding (Diamant De Semilly x Quidam De Revel) owned by E2 Showjumpers, stopping the timers at 30.666 seconds.Santiago Lambre and Doloris Finesse $25,000 Sunday ClassicSantiago Lambre (Wellington, FL) and Doloris, a 2008 Dutch Warmblood mare (Harley VDL x Colorado D) owned by Aurora Rangel De Alba, claimed the $25,000 Sunday Classic win in a time of 30.103 seconds, while second place went to Wellington’s David Blake aboard Don’t Touch Du Bois, Pine Hollow Farm’s 2009 Belgian Sport Horse mare (Kashmir Van Schuttershof x Indoctro), on a time of 30.814 seconds. Third was awarded to Zoubair Bennani (Ocala, FL) and Vishnou Un Prince, Leah Garlan’s 2009 Selle Francais gelding (Banboula Du Thot x Galoubet A), stopping the jump-off timers in 31.504 seconds.Hunter HighlightsSaturday’s $5,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby resulted in a win for Todd Minikus (Lake Worth, FL) and Rissoa D’ag Bois Margot, the entry owned by Stransky’s Mission Farms Inc., scoring a total of 183 over two rounds. Abbygale Funk (Saint George, KS) piloted two MMK Equestrian LLC mounts to the podium, scoring 181 aboard Asteri and claiming third with Journey on a score of 176.The Performance Hunter 3’3” Division named Ashley Conkle (Wellford, SC) and Rachel Darash’s Kirby Lane as champions on the week, with reserve going to Siobhan Fitzgerald (Wellington, FL) aboard Richie Moloney’s Catoon.Christina Fisher (Alpharetta, GA) and her own Levland championed the Coca-Cola® Amateur-Owner Hunter 3’3” Division, with Suzanna Treske (Waxhaw, NC) piloting Dr. Mitzi Treske’s Cabalina to reserve.Jumper HighlightsRichie Moloney (Wellington, FL) and Equinimity LLC’s Merqusio topped the 1.35m Open Jumper Division, and reserve honors were named to Damian Guthrie (Reddick, FL) in the irons with Gerry’s Jewels for Florence Hessen-Scher.Zoubair Benanni (Ocala, FL) and mount Idem Dito claimed champion honors in the FarmPaint 1.15m Jumper Division, with three horse-and-rider pairs earning reserve on the week: Conor O’Regan (Upperville, VA) and Ericka Houlihan’s Ultrachic, Damian Guthrie (Reddick, FL) and Riptide for Magnolia Hill Farm, and Jacqueline Ward (Houston, TX) piloting Superstition for Sandra Ward.The ProElite 1.10m Children’s Jumper Division saw Caia Watridge (St. Augustine, FL) and her own Kalle claim champion honors, while Aidan Murphy (Reddick, FL) and Linda Murphy’s F. Kaboom took reserve. Subscribe to the Horse Sport newsletter and get an exclusive bonus digital edition! We’ll send you our regular newsletter and include you in our monthly giveaways. PLUS, you’ll receive our exclusive Rider Fitness digital edition with 15 exercises for more effective riding. SIGN UP More from News:MARS Bromont CCI Announces Requirements For US-Based RidersThe first set of requirements to allow American athletes and support teams to enter Canada for the June 2-6 competition have been released.Canadian Eventer Jessica Phoenix Reaches the 100 CCI4*-S MarkPhoenix achieved the milestone while riding Pavarotti at the inaugural 2021 CCI4*-S at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event.Tribunal Satisfied That Kocher Made Prolonged Use of Electric SpursAs well as horse abuse, the US rider is found to have brought the sport into disrepute and committed criminal acts under Swiss law.Washington International Horse Show Returns to TryonTIEC will again provide the venue for the WIHS Oct. 26-31 with a full schedule of hunter, jumper and equitation classes.
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Northeastern values and celebrates diversity in all itsforms and strives to foster an inclusive culture built on respectthat affirms inter-group relations and builds cohesion.All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receiveconsideration for employment without regard to race, religion,color, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, disabilitystatus, or any other characteristic protected by applicablelaw.To learn more about Northeastern University’s commitment andsupport of diversity and inclusion, please see www.northeastern.edu/diversity. Postdoctoral Research AssocAbout Northeastern:Founded in 1898, Northeastern is a global research university and aworld leader in experiential learning. The same commitment toconnecting with the world drives our use-inspired researchenterprise. The university offers a comprehensive range ofundergraduate and graduate programs leading to degrees through thedoctorate in nine colleges and schools. 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