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Hey guys this is Andre with the Andre lifestyle welcome back to my channel this is a self-improvement channel where I document and educate my audience or what have experienced in the military to help and fitness rules that I live by the self-improvement books that I've read and the travel destinations that I recommend subscribe to my channel to stay up to date with new great content every week hey guys again welcome back to my channel it's a boy Andre and today I'm going to be doing the Coast Guard physical fitness test and I have a really close friend of mine from high school name's Luis and he's going to help me make this video and perform the exercises with me so just a disclaimer I am NOT going to do the swimming portion to this test and for those of you that don't know in coastguard boot camp you need to be able to do tread water for four or five minutes and then you need to jump off a 5 foot platform into the water and then swim 100 meters in certain amount of time I can't remember the the time limit and then the portion that we are going to do are the push-ups sit-ups and the mile and a half run so for males the I have it right down here I straight for military comm for male it is 29 push-ups in 60 seconds for females of 15 push-ups and 60 seconds for males at 38 sit-ups in 60 seconds for females 32 sit-ups in 60 seconds for males it's 12 minutes and 51 seconds or less on the mile-and-a-half run for females is 15 seconds 15 minutes and 26 seconds or less on the mile and a half run so again I'm not doing the swim portion to this test stay tuned to try to stay tuned for the rest of this video because the very end I'm going to be announcing something that I'm pretty excited about and yeah so I hope you guys enjoyed this video so let's get right into it boom alright guys my boy Louise doing the push-ups high speed I want to bore you guys pretty self-explanatory so back straight elbows need to come to a 90-degree angle to ensure that you're going low enough I would suggest putting having the person counting your push-ups if you have someone a partner to put his fish right underneath your chest so every time you go down you have a good indicator of whether you're going slow enough so in this videos you can see my push-ups my push-up stance with my arms are a little bit more wider do a wider stance than when we study is more narrow both of them count so whichever is easier for you like I said for males 29 push-ups in a minute 38 sit-ups in a minute and guys need to remember and I'm explaining to Lewis what

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What does a near death experience feel like?
I was 4 almost 5. My experience was not near death, it was death.I was in my bed sick. I had been very ill running fevers hitting 104. Mom says I hit 105 at some point. I remember being lowered into a cold tub of water, my mother frantically trying to bring the fever down. I would hallucinate the same thing when my fever got that high. The ceiling would start bouncing back and forth like a rubber band. It would begin lowering down on me. I would cry out thinking I was going to be crushed. In looking back now it was probably seizures.I was also vomiting every hour or less. When my stomach had nothing left I was dry heaving yellow mucus.Mom took me to the hospital seeing I was getting ready to die. I was little and my body had taken all it could. I was losing against whatever bug had hold of me.I was immediately rushed back to the ER beds and the room became busy with medical staff rushing around. They were asking mom questions as she watched me looking worried and trying not to cry.I felt so tired. I just wanted to sleep for a while. I remember telling everyone I was feeling much better. The sounds in the room started to get a hollow echo to them. I just wanted to close my eyes, so I did.The voices in the room continued to echo. I suddenly noticed my toes were touching the foot of the bed. I thought,”wow! I am a big girl!” I felt so proud. I opened my eyes to look and when I did I was looking at myself. I was laying on a gurney. I was blue. My eyes were slats. There were people around me frantically working. Mom was crying as she looked on.I wasn't upset or scared. A little confused. I knew I didn't have a body. I felt like I was part of everything and everyone. I moved upward and could see other rooms. I later detailed conversations that there is no way I could have known. I lifted out of the hospital and continued ascending. I began browsing thru time. I saw events from my short life. I later detailed things that occured before I could even talk. Things I should not be able to remember but do and in great detail. Ascended more. I felt at peace. There were no questions or unknowns. There were no fears or worries. I began drifting towards a light. It was beautiful. I wanted to touch it.Suddenly there was a pop. It felt like I was attached to a cord and someone grabbed it and jerked me down. I descended almost instantly.After that it's hazy. I obviously got better and went home. The experience has shaped me in so many ways. I know there is a place we go when we die. Oddly I still fear death. I can't understand why.So that's my near death experience. I hope it gives some one hope .
How can we completely concentrate while studying?
I am assuming you tried making plans, prepared a time table, divided your day into hours of study but at the end of the day you ended up with no productivity. You start afresh the next day and again turned up with no productivity.This is exactly what I went through a year ago. Here are a few things you can tryA. THE CHANGE OF HABITSwitch off your cell phone( not keeping it on silent mode but switching it off) and keep it away from your sight.Avoid internet unless it is required for studiesMeditate for 20 mins a day( this is a pretty slow process to improve your concentration but will surely help you in the long run) Even if you have just a month or so for your exams 20 mins is what you can still manage to relax and calm your mind.Exercise daily. I am not asking you to spend hours and hours in the gym. Just do some physical activity to get your heart rate up and get the blood pumping. Do just 500 jump ropes or 200 jumping jacks ( obviously not in one go) or jog or run for a while. I am not in the favour of walking. Even if you are starting just today with any exercise I would still recommend to do any exercise that gets your heart rate up. Keep it small but intense. I am emphasizing too much on this habit because this is the most important medium to give you the motivation you desire at the moment.Eat light. Yes I mean light and not necessarily RIGHT. Since you are experiencing a great form of mood change ( sign that indicates this is you want to but can't) eat whatever you please. Just don't over consume it. Because overeating can curb you of your energy and you may feel lazy and sleepy.B. STUDY TIPSRead aloud. If you are in a place where you can't really read loudly then simply whisper or lip read the contents. Do this and you notice immediate difference. I don't really know the science behind this but if you read aloud I think your mind no longer gets the room to think about anything else and it uses all its attention in reading and listening to what you are reading. ( I hope it makes sense :-p)Use the stop therapy. Well if you are following the previous tip this wouldn't be required. But if you are in a place when reading aloud isn't possible then follow this. Say STOP the moment you realize you are thinking about something other than studies. What this does is it gives an instruction to your brain that what you are doing is wrong/ not right at the moment.. This again is a slow process but will surely give you results.Time yourself. Do not sit for more than an hour of continuous study. Get up from your chair after every hour of study, drink water and sit back. Now I know at this stage you do get the liberty to go and watch the TV, check your cell phone, etc. DONT DO IT. just build up control for a few more hours. Once you have completed 3 slots of 1 hour study reward yourself with a 15 min lunch/ dinner/ snack break followed by another 15 mins for recreation activities. This may be difficult initially but you can surely incorporate these changes.Put before yourself the reason why you need to study. Simply write it on a sticky note and paste it in front of you. FIND THE “WHY” AND STARE AT IT. This is something that will keep you motivated.Listen to instrumental music when practicing problems. Do not try this with theoretical study materials. But with practice problems this will boost your concentration. For theoretical material reading aloud will do good to you.Lastly stay away from negativity and always feel and explain to self that this is what you can easily do and achieve.Wishing you good luck.
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Make it compellingQuickly and clearly make these points:Who you are and why you are doing thisHow long it takesWhats in it for me -- why should someone help you by completing the surveyExample: "Please spend 3 minutes helping me make it easier to learn Mathematics. Answer 8 short questions for my eternal gratitude and (optional) credit on my research findings. Thank you SO MUCH for helping."Make it convenientKeep it shortShow up at the right place and time -- when people have the time and inclination to help. For example, when students are planning their schedules. Reward participationOffer gift cards, eBooks, study tips, or some other incentive for helping.Test and refineTest out different offers and even different question wording and ordering to learn which has the best response rate, then send more invitations to the offer with the highest response rate.Reward referralsIf offering a reward, increase it for referrals. Include a custom invite link that tracks referrals.
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