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Upright Barbell Rows

Upright Barbell Rows

Take a medium grip bar on top, arms slightly bent at the elbows. On the exhale, lift the rod and dilute elbows to the sides. Pull the bar to chin. Pause and inspiratory lower the bar.

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Sven

Sven

12 Steps

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Ferrari

Ferrari

13 steps

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Planet

Planet

Let’s begin a 3D drawing! If you don't have any previous experience with this kind of picture, we suggest you start with the simplest drawings, for example, a circle. When learning to draw in 3D, it’s best to use simple pencils with different grades of lead. If you can, acquire a special kit. Soft lead pencils make a darker and thicker line; hard lead pencils a thinner and lighter line. In addition, when drawing in 3D you must sometimes bear down harder and sometimes more lightly.

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Petite

Petite

12steps

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Shirley Temple

Shirley Temple

This cocktail, made of ginger ale and cherry juice, was a favorite drink of Shirley Temple, a young Hollywood star of the 30’s. Kids love bright colors and fizzy drinks. So, you can make the Shirley Temple cocktail at children’s parties without any doubt of its success.

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Dumbbell Flat Bench Press

Dumbbell Flat Bench Press

Preparatory position: lying on a back, shoulder blades strained together, we hold dumbbells at the level of chest muscles, elbows facing the sides, then we raise dumbbells up and we strain chest, and then we come back to the preparatory position.

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Push-Up Wide

Push-Up Wide

Place hands wide apart, outside shoulder width Fingers spread out with index fingers pointing forward and thumbs pointing inward Shoulder posted on top of the knuckle of the hand Point your elbows back by trying to turn your hands out Keep forearms vertical at full extension and flexion Lower down with chin, chest, and hips touching the ground

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 Base

Base

20 steps

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J

J

7 steps

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Adductor Stretch

Adductor Stretch

Kneel onto your right knee and put your left foot in front of you such that your left knee is at 90 degrees Inhale and slide your knee out to the side and back.Exhale and left your chest up. Repeat with the other leg.

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Overhand Knot (Thumb Knot)

Overhand Knot (Thumb Knot)

This is the simplest stopper knot, and very compact and easy to tie. It is important to learn this knot because it is often used as a basis for other knots. Another advantage is that it can be tied very close to objects or other knots. So, the knot is good for tying at the ends of ropes or threads to prevent them from unraveling or slipping; for example, out of a needle’s eye. The disadvantage of this knot is that it can twist and slip if the strength of the pull varies. It also can damage the rope, especially those made of vegetable fibers.

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Car

Car

8 steps

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Gunkan-maki with Tobiko

Gunkan-maki with Tobiko

Traditional gunkan maki with red flying fish roe.

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Squats

Squats

Attempt to keep the back straight. Do not climb the toe. Roll the shoulders back and down away from the ears. Note: Allowing the back to round (like a turtle’s shell) will cause unnecessary stress on the lower back.

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Alex

Alex

8 steps

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Close-Grip Barbell Bench Presses

Close-Grip Barbell Bench Presses

Starting position - standing, feet shoulder width apart. Take the barbell with the regular grip; distance between palms makes approximately 15-20 cm. Hold the barbell as close, as possible to your body, don't push it forward. Try to hold elbows as high, as possible.

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Wood

Wood

8 steps

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House

House

7 steps

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Splinter

Splinter

14 steps

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Pose 17

Pose 17

Pose 17

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Half Windsor

Half Windsor

The Half-Windsor is a bit smaller than the normal Windsor and easier to do. It makes a slightly asymmetric triangular knot of medium size that is still suitable for formal events. The knot looks good on all types of collars including an open-collar and is ideal for wider ties of light and medium fabrics.

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Types of Clay

Types of Clay

Types of Clay

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Seated Leg Curl

Seated Leg Curl

Preparatory position: a sitting position, legs between rollers, straight back, hands hold handles, then we bend legs completely straining a hip biceps and then we come back into the preparatory position.

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Canard

Canard

11 steps

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Pose 13

Pose 13

Pose 13

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Tomcat

Tomcat

24 steps

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Sea Bear

Sea Bear

18 steps

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Girl

Girl

9 steps

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Improved Clinch Knot

Improved Clinch Knot

This is a variation of an older clinch knot. The variation (a final tuck of the line back through a loop) makes this knot test 95 percent of the line strength.The secret of this knot is to make five turns of the tag end of the line around the standing end part before running the tag end back through the formed loop. Use for lines up to 20 pound test

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Uramaki with Bonito Flakes

Uramaki with Bonito Flakes

A rich roll with poached salmon and crispy bonito flakes.

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Penguin

Penguin

11 steps

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DabStep

DabStep

30 Steps

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Swan

Swan

8 steps

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Ashley's Bend

Ashley's Bend

Very strong bend consisting of 2 overhand knots. Ashley’s Bend doesn’t slip even when heavily loaded, but tends to jam and can be very difficult to untie. The knot is very reliable and is extensively used in mountaineering and other extreme situations.

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Hatch

Hatch

Let’s begin a 3D drawing! If you don't have any previous experience with this kind of picture, we suggest you start with the simplest drawings, for example, a circle. When learning to draw in 3D, it’s best to use simple pencils with different grades of lead. If you can, acquire a special kit. Soft lead pencils make a darker and thicker line; hard lead pencils a thinner and lighter line. In addition, when drawing in 3D you must sometimes bear down harder and sometimes more lightly.

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Baymax

Baymax

16 steps

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Agnes

Agnes

7 steps

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Pencil

Pencil

12 steps

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Lily

Lily

42 steps

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Lark's head

Lark's head

The cow hitch is a hitch knot used to attach a rope to an object. The cow hitch comprises a pair of half-hitches tied in opposing directions, as compared to the clove hitch in which the half-hitches are tied in the same direction. It has several variations and is known under a variety of names. It can be tied either with the end of the rope or with a bight.

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Crunches

Crunches

A preparatory position: lying on the floor, raise feet and slightly bend the knees keeping an angle of 90 degrees, hands at temples, elbows facing the sides, then we crunch ourselves until shoulder blades are raised from the floor.

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Pose 17

Pose 17

Pose 17

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Self-tightening Half Hitch

Self-tightening Half Hitch

This ancient hitch is the simplest of all binding knots. It is actually an overhand knot tied around, or through, the object with its running end on the upside. It stays tied only under a constant strain on the standing part. The Self-tightening Half Hitch can be used for hanging static loads, such as grain sacks.

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