Try incorporating HIIT sessions more frequently along with your normal cardio
Cut down carbs , try to only have them pre workout and only intake fat and protein for the rest of the day.
Intermittent fasting also will help a lot.
Remember spiking insulin will make your body want to avoid burning fat, and start storing it.
Naturally the body doesn’t want to lose that fat, it’s holding onto it as a survival mechanism.
You can do it!
He’s addicted to the insta fame
Lmao when I messaged my crush from high school she blocked me 💀
Her loss though
Awesome news brother!
50 days seems to be the magical point. I was 7 years without a girlfriend or any female interaction , 54 days later on nofap met the girlfriend of my dreams have been dating for over a year now and living together since the start of the year.
My buddy also was on streak for the same amount of time and broke out of his being single and getting over his ex girlfriend. This shits crazy!!
Enjoy what is about to come. Just don’t fall into your old ways, it really does have an effect.
Much love brother
It may sound kind of silly,
But hit YouTube and watch as many scooter driving tutorials. Try to understand the fundamentals of how they operate and the things you need to keep in mind when simply operating it to beginning to drive it , steering , breaking etc.
The more you watch and learn might boost your confidence and soon enough you will have learnt enough theory and just want to hit the road! Even if it is down the street and around the corner, you’ll be fine.
Good luck my friend :)
well done on your awesome achievement! you look great, and thank you so much for your write up it's so inspiring!!
I think there are levels to nofap ,
If you are not experiencing the benefits / starting to feel depressed a relapse could be used successfully to reboot your progress. Although it can be seen as unnecessary evil, but for me i flatlined from days 20 - 40 ish, and i generally feel most benefits from days 5 - 10.
Take this advice with a grain of salt, :)
That's an impressive score well done : )
1st August 15:08 here in New Zealand.
Let’s fucken get it guys and girls!!
depression will make a person do such things like ,
just talk to him and make sure he's actually okay :)
juicy juicy mangoes
i'm still at 65kg.any tips?
Use a powerlifting approach for reaching 2 plate bench.
30kg x 6 (focusing on form and squeezing)
60kg x 4 (focusing on form)
80kg x 2 (making sure the weight feels good)
100kg x 1.
Currently at 97.50 x 1, although I am 5''5
Log in to your router (gateway address of your network) ipconfig /all in command prompt through windows search. It is possible you have your network settings to only "allow" X amount of network devices to be connected to the network.
Congrats man! I am about to retake the ICND1 as well. Studying complete guide by Todd Lammle.
I can't to post it here when i pass my exam lol
How did your previous attempt on icnd1 go?
I have been studying for sometime , but very nervous for the real thing as cisco wording has a way of making me feel like I don't understand and less confident.
You go girl !
I am sorry for your loss man.
What has just happened to you will change your life forever. It will never be the same, You know now why you must work so much harder and apply yourself in everything that you do. My mom died when I was 14 , and my brother killed himself when he was 24. It gets better man just stay strong. lots of love x
That is some fly shit!
I love it man.
Thank you very much for sharing kind sir :)
Mans is juicay
A trunk is what carries VLANs across switches. So say switch 1 has ports in VLAN 10 and switch 2 has ports in VLAN 20. The port connecting the two switches would both be access ports, one for VLAN 10 and one for VLAN 20. This would not allow the switches to communicate.
A trunk basically says "Any VLAN added to me can be passed through". They are not access ports but ports for connected swtiches/routers.
Now that you can send traffic to both switches, VLAN 10 still cannot talk to VLAN 20 as they are separate networks. You need a router for that (or L3 switch but that's not what you're asking).
The RoS concept is because it looks like a stick (think workstation > switch > router in a line). Say you have one switch with VLAN 10 on one port and VLAN 20 on another. Same thing as before, different VLANs cannot communicate.
So you configure a router (at the end of the stick) to route between VLAN 10 and VLAN 20. It sends it right back to the same switch since that's where the VLAN resides. Now you're routing on the same switch but utilizing a router. This is done with sub-interfaces on a port (port 1 actually has 2 "interfaces", 0/1.10 and 0/1.20 if that's what you decide to name them). Essentially routing VLANs on the same physical port (but the virtual interfaces have separate IPs)
Don't get confused with the name 'Router on a stick". All you're doing is routing traffic through multiple VLANs with a single router on a single port (instead of 2 entirely separate networks with 2 routers).
Thank you for taking time out of your day to type that out. Much appreciated ma man.
ma man. congrats, and thanks for the post and youtube vid.