Get Ready Day 2020 is on Wednesday, September 16, 2020: Opening day survey! ready?
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1. It is when we win...I did skip school for opening day, though, so I guess it wasn't a bad day
2. Seeing all of the new faces on the team. From the coaching staff, to the players, it's just nice to get familiar with the people that I'm going to see for the rest of the season.
3. I think that we're one of the best teams in baseball, honestly. If everyone figures out their roles and we become healthy, I think that we can make it deep into the playoffs. I'm very optimistic, and I haven't ever been as excited about the Crew as I am this year.
5. I can't recall...every opening day in recent memory has turned out pretty poorly for the Crew. I remember Kosuke Fukudome hitting a walkoff a couple seasons ago against us (I'm pretty positive that it was opening day), and now the walkoff today...opening day hasn't been too kind to Milwaukee.
6. Nah, it's during a busy part of the year for me. I'd like to, though.
7. Ryan Braun is my favorite hitter, and he hasn't yet. He did hit a homerun today.
8. I watched part of the Tigers-Yankees game, but the Brewers game kept me pretty tied up today.
9. Great, actually. From everything I've heard, the buzz and confidence around all of the players and coaching staff was great. This might be the best team that the Brewers have had since '82, at least on paper.
10. The Cincinnati Reds
Are you ready for judgement day?
I see it coming but i am not ready for judgement day
Get bikini ready in 10 days?
"Toning" is meaningless. Tone is an ambiguous word with no clear definition. It comes from "tonus" which is the tension in muscle at rest. That's not something you can change unless a muscle is atrophied. Generally tonus has to do with age only and is something that muscles lose as people age.
Because "tone" is a slang term which means different things to different people, it is best to avoid using it.
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The key to fat loss is not exercise, it's diet.
Any exercise will burn calories but no exercise will burn fat unless your diet allows it. You can burn fat in your sleep or you can run all day and never burn any fat. It all depends on your diet.
Fat loss is determined by calorie control, not by exercise. Good exercises for burning calories are speed walking, biking, swimming, dancing, etc. and ANY other physical activity which makes you move a lot of weight for a long time. But NO exercise is good for burning fat if you eat too many calories because you can always eat more calories than you can burn but you can't always burn as many as you take in.
Too many people waste energy and time because they do not understand this one simple point. The result is too often giving up in frustration, abandoning gym memberships they continue to pay for, and many other unnecessary problems not the least of which is a lack of success.
An average person must walk about five miles every day for a week to burn the calories equivalent to a pound of body fat. So, unless you think walking about five miles a day (or doing an equivalent amount of exercise) with no guarantee of fat loss makes sense, focus your fat loss program on diet.
Diet for fat loss. Exercise for fitness.
We are all 99% nature (genetics) and 1% nurture (changeable). Here is what we can do to sculpt our bodies.
1. Add fat - Adding fat for all but the extreme ectomorph is a simple matter of eating too many calories over a long period of time. We have no control over where the fat will be deposited on our body.
2. Lose fat - Fat loss must begin with diet. Exercise can help but no exercise can make someone lose fat if they eat too many calories. We have no control over where the fat leaves our body.
3. Add muscle - Adding muscle size requires a commitment to very hard strength training (anaerobics). We don't get big muscles from aerobic ("cardio") exercise. It only comes very slowly from working out against substantial resistance.
4. Lose muscle - There is no healthy way to lose natural (genetic) muscle. We can, however, allow our muscles to atrophy or grow smaller by not using them. We can also "waste" muscle by starving them of nutrition. These, of course, are not a healthy options but they are the only way to make lean muscle smaller (less volume).
That's it. That's all we can do without surgery.
We can't know what you want because you use ambiguous terms. If you want to give your diet a boost and if it is a fat loss diet, cut calories. If you want to look more muscular, start exercising. No matter what you do, you're not going to accomplish much in ten days.
Good luck and good health!!