Dia 1: Jejum intermitentes de 10 horas + exercícios.
Dia 2: jejum intermitente de 17 horas (18 - 11) + 100 cal.
Dia 3: NF (16 - 16) + 100 cal.
Dia 4: Jejum intermitente de 17 horas (18 - 11) + 150 cal.
Dia 5: Jejum intermitente de 10 horas (00 - 10) + 200 cal + exercícios.
Dia 6: Jejum intermitente de 17 horas (18 - 11) + 200 cal
Dia 7: NF (16 - 16) + 150 cal
Dia 8: Jejum intermitente de 17 horas (18 - 11) + 150 cal.
Dia 9: Jejum intermitente de 10 horas (00 - 10) + 150 cal + exercícios.
Dia 10: Jejum intermitente de 17 horas (18 - 11) + 150 cal
Dia 11: NF (16 - 16) + 150 cal.
Dia 12: Jejum intermitente de 17 horas (18 - 11) + 250 cal.
Dia 13: Jejum intermitente de 10 horas (00 - 10) + 250 cal + exercícios.
Dia 14: Jejum intermitente de 17 horas (18 - 11) + 200 cal.
Dia 15: Jejum intermitente de 10 horas (00 - 10) + exercícios + 200 cal.
Dia 16: Jejum intermitente de 17 horas (18 - 11) + 200 cal.
Dia 17: NF (16 - 16) + 200 cal.
Dia 18: Jejum intermitente de 17 horas (18 - 11) + 200 cal.
Dia 20: Jejum intermitente de 10 horas (00 - 10) + 200 cal + exercícios.
Dia 21: Jejum intermitente de 17 horas (18 - 11) + 300 cal
Dia 22: NF (16 - 16) + 300 cal.
Dia 23: Jejum intermitente de 17 horas (18 - 11) + 250 cal.
Dia 24: Jejum intermitente de 10 horas (00 - 10) + 250 cal + exercícios.
Dia 25: Jejum intermitente de 17 horas (18 - 11) + 250 cal.
Dia 26: NF (16 - 16) + 250 cal.
Dia 27: Jejum intermitente de 17 horas (18-11) + 250 cal.
Dia 28: Jejum intermitente de 10 horas (00 - 10) + 250 cal + exercícios.
Dia 29: Jejum intermitente de 17 horas (18 - 11) + 300 cal.
Dia 30: NF (16 - 16) + 300 cal.
Dia 31: Jejum intermitente de 17 horas (18 - 11) + 250 cal.
Dia 32: Jejum intermitente de 10 horas + 250 cal + exercícios.
Dia 33: Jejum intermitente de 17 horas (18 - 11) + 250 cal.
Dia 34: NF (16 - 16) + 250 cal.
Dia 35: Jejum intermitente de 17 horas + 250 cal.
Dia 36: Jejum intermitente de 10 horas + 300 cal + exercícios.
Dia 37: Jejum intermitente de 17 horas + 300 cal.
Tomar diurético todos os dias de Jejum intermitente e muita água. Não tome diuréticos durante NFs.
Evitar laxantes. Só tome quando furar a quantidade de calorias.
Não tome Franol ou aerolin ou nenhum remédio parecido, e cafeína só está autorizado enquanto não estiver em jejum, sendo a mesma café, chá ou refrigerantes. Nos dias de NF, a cafeína pode ser tomada a vontade até as 16 horas. Nos dias de exercícios está autorizado comer dois bloquinhos de chocolate meio amargo sem contar nos limites de calorias ou tomar duas xícaras de café mesmo em jejum.
No Jejum, só está autorizado água, apenas nos jejuns de 10 horas, estes estão permitidos duas xícaras de café com adoçante.
Os NFs são normais, pode tomar chá e café.
São permitidos soníferos para quem tem problemas para dormir, pois se não dormir a dieta não funcionará normalmente.
Exercícios só serão permitidos durante os dias de jejum de 10 horas.
No primeiro dia da dieta, está liberado o limite de calorias, desde que não sejam ingeridos doces ou coisas gordurosas, como frituras.
Se você se sentir mal, poderá comer mais 100 calorias mesmo estando em jejum, mas só em casos de emergência.
100 levantamentos de perna laterais com a perna direita; (deite-se do lado esquerdo, apóie a mão direita em frente ao abdômen e a mão esquerda na lateral de baixo da cabeça. Com as pernas retas e com a direita acima da esquerda, levante lentamente a direita sem mover o quadril e mantendo-a reta, desça logo em seguida, sem deixar as duas pernas se encostarem e repita o movimento 100 vezes fortalece o quadril e panturrilha do lado direito.)
100 levantamentos de perna laterais com a perna esquerda; (deite-se do lado direito, apóie a mão esquerda em frente ao abdômen e a mão direita na lateral de baixo da cabeça. Com as pernas retas e com a esquerda acima da direita, levante lentamente a esquerda sem mover o quadril e mantendo-a reta, desça sem deixar as duas se encostarem e repita o movimento 100 vezes. Fortalece o quadril e panturrilha do lado esquerdo)
100 agachamentos; (mantenha uma postura reta com os pés afastados na linha do ombro, descanse as mãos atrás da cabeça e flexione os joelhos, descendo o corpo como se fosse sentar-se, mantendo a coluna reta. Volte a posição inicial e repita o movimento. Fortalece as coxas, bumbum e quadril.)
100 abdominais; (deite-se reto, apóie as mãos atrás da cabeça, erga os joelhos e levante o quadril e peitoral até onde conseguir com a força do abdômen; depois desça e repita o movimento 100 vezes. Fortalece o abdômen e coluna)
100 polichinelos; ( mantenha uma posição reta com braços e pernas sem espaçamento; pule levantando os braços e separando as pernas; pule novamente voltando à posição inicial. Fortalece várias partes do corpo ao mesmo tempo e queima muitas calorias.)
100 segundos de prancha simples; (apóie todo o corpo nas mãos e pés no chão durante 100 segundos e contraia o bumbum. Fortalece as panturrilhas, antebraços e bumbum.)
100 segundos de prancha lateral - lado direito; (apóie todo o corpo na mão direita e pés no chão durante 100 segundos, mantendo o braço esquerdo levantado e contraia o bumbum. Fortalece o quadril, braço direito e bumbum.)
100 segundos de prancha lateral lado esquerdo; (apóie todo o corpo na mão esquerda e pés no chão durante 100 segundos, mantendo o braço direito levantado e contraia o bumbum. Fortalece o quadril, braço esquerdo e bumbum.)
100 levantamentos de peso - lado esquerdo; (segure algum peso, podendo ser livros ou pesos de porta, e, mantendo os ombros retos, levante levemente 100 vezes. Fortalece os braços)
100 levantamentos de peso - lado direito; (segure algum peso, podendo ser livros ou pesos de porta, e, mantendo os ombros retos, levante levemente 100 vezes)
200 rotações de tronco. (Apóie um cabo de vassoura nos ombros, passando por trás da nuca para apoiar os braços e rode o tronco com o pés levemente afastados e quadril reto. Fortalece a cintura e coluna.)
Faça boca de peixe para trabalhar as bochechas.
Sorrie e faça boca de beijo várias vezes para fortalecer a mandibula e a região onde fica a papada.
Tente levantar as bochechas e apertar os olhos para fortalecer a região de onde fica as olheiras e olhos.
Pode trocar os levantamentos de peso do lado direito e esquerdo por flexões e pode revezar os exercícios desde que os que escolha influenciem todas as partes do corpo, sendo: panturrilhas, coxas, quadril, bumbum, cintura, abdômen, coluna, braços, antebraços e rosto.
Sempre deve ser 100 de cada exercício.
Também poderão ser feitos em 5 séries de 20 de cada.
Os exercícios de rosto podem ser feitos o dia todo, todos os dias, sem limite.
Os jejuns funcionam assim: os de 17 horas você começa às 18 da noite do dia anterior e termina às 11 da manhã do dia descrito com o jejum. Os de 10 horas, começa meia noite e termina 10 da manhã. Os NFs começa às 16 da tarde do dia anterior e termina às 16 da tarde do dia em que o jejum está descrito. Alguns dias terão só 1 hora ou 2 para comer as calorias descritas. Nesses curtos tempos, evite comer besteiras e aproveite para fazer uma refeição completa, pois você terá muitas calorias e pouco tempo para ingeri-las, então, não vai precisar comer só frutas ou salada. Coma refeição nesses dias para repor proteínas e vitaminas em falta.
Com essa dieta, você pode perder de 25 a 35kg, dependendo de seu organismo.
Essa dieta é uma junção da dieta perdida com o jejum intermitente.
So for those of you who don’t know, Hogwarts is a school of Magic (officially named Hogwarts School of Whichcraft and Wizardry) from the book and film series called Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling.
There are four Houses in Hogwarts, each named after one of the four founders of the school: Godric Gryffindor, Rowena Ravenclaw, Helga Hufflepuff and Salazar Slytherin.
Rereading the Harry Potter series, I noticed the prejudice against Slytherin House is positively horrendous.
The first mention of Slytherin is in the second chapter of the first book of the Harry Potter series (Harry potter and the Philosopher’s Stone) in Madam Malkins ‘Robes for all occasions.’ And naturally, Draco Malfoy - the epitome Slytherin - introduces us to the house. He is depicted as an arrogant, posh, upper-class, selfish snob and instantly makes most of us abhor him and by extension - Slytherin and the Malfoy name and family.
The second mention of Slytherin House appears later in the same chapter when Harry asks Hagrid what Slytherin is. He explains to Harry that it is a house at Hogwarts. Hagrid then proceeds to build the foundation of Harry’s hate towards Slytherin and everything associated with it - "There’s not a single witch or wizard who went bad who wasn’t in Slytherin.” (rubeus Hagrid).
Before I go on, I would like to explain what the official and official traits of Slytherin are. Official: Ambition Power Influence Shrewdness Cunning cleverness resourcefulness determination The latter three are mentioned in Book 2 By Dumbledore.
Unofficial (These I shall explain in more detail)
House Unity - This is displayed several times in the books. Slytherin House never sorts out disaccords in public. When around other people not in their house, Slytherins appear aloof, supportive and proud.
Abuse - Now, before you scowl angrily at your device and move onto the next post, hear me out. This isn’t a trait that applies to many students but after a little bit of research I found that children that have been abused either physically or emotionally in their childhood are more likely to be more controlling, ambitious, cunning and mature than other children their age. This is a result of their need to be cunning in situations in which require self-preservation. This can be seen with Tom Riddle. Bullied as a child, he became cunning, resourceful, powerful, manipulative and ambitious. The situations he found himself in, required him to be like that so that he could avoid any physical damage. Harry Potter is also an example of this. As much as some Slytherin haters like to deny, Harry Potter has many Slytherin traits: Resourcefulness, determination, power, influence, shrewdness, cunning, cleverness and quick wit (the films failed to show this - they were extremely biased and showed an extremely Gryffindor Harry). Harry was almost sorted into Slytherin but the hat decided to grant him his wish and sorted him into Gryffindor. People who have been deprived of power are often more likely to crave power over their own lives.
Aristocracy - Slytherins seem to all be pure-bloods and and some of them aristocrats. It was surprisingly hard to find any information about this topic, but I managed to find out that there are at least four ‘Most Ancient and Noble Houses’: Malfoy, Longbottom, Black and Greengrass. Three of these Houses are almost always in Slytherin. I also managed to find out that most purebloods are seen as the nobility of the Wizarding World. Curiously, most of them are in Slytherin. I assume that this is because pureblood children are often taught how to be cunning and ambitious. They are brought up to value the wizarding aristocratic traits - many of which coincide with Slytherin traits.
Blood Purity - Many Slytherins are purebloods as already stated above.
The general idea is, that these traits make people evil. But isn’t this a contradiction? Harry himself has most of these traits, and yet he’s a ‘hero’ and a completely benevolent and altruistic person, simply because he’s a Gryffindor.
Evil. That is what most witches and wizards perceive Slytherins as.
Before I rebuttal this terrible accusation i just want to say how hilariously moronic this is.
Slytherin being one of the four houses of Hogwarts is one fourth of the schools population. JK. Rowling stated in an interview that Hogwarts houses more or less 1.000 students, a fourth of which have to be either Gryffindor, Ravenclaw, Hufflepuff or Slytherin. This means that 250 people are Slytherins. Can you honestly believe that 250 children between the ages of 11-18 are evil? That 250-f****ing-students are sadistic, homocidal psychopaths intent on following a clearly man man?
One might argue that several students in Harry’s year ended up as Slytherins. I don’t deny that… It has been confirmed, that Draco Malfoy, Vincent Crabbe, Gregory Goyle, Theodore Nott and Pansy Parkinson were all in Slytherin and ended up becoming Slytherins. I would also like to remind you that all of these students had at least one parent who was already involved with the Death Eaters. They had literally no way of escaping their fate.
What often disgusts me is that there are only four Slytherins which ended up ‘reforming’ themselves. Only four Slytherins that in the eyes of the public were ‘good’. Personally this disgust me. Slytherins are depicted as universally bad people. There isn’t a single likeable Slytherin. Not in the Order of the Phoenix, nor in the Auror Corps, nor in Dumbledore’s Army.
These are the only people in Slytherins who have been depicted as likeable… Isn’t it odd, that Severus Snape, one of the most unpleasant and discriminating people (as pointed out by Harry) is one of the most likeable Slytherins?
Essentially, the only Slytherins that contributed to the side trying to defeat the genocidal maniac aka, Voldemort, were Severus Snape, Horace Slughorn, Regulus Black and Andromeda Tonks - and these were all exceptions to the general social rule that Slytherin was evil.
To summarise; Slytherins aren’t evil. Their traits make them seem underhanded and sly, and people don’t often like being outsmarted (which is something Slytherins often do), hence that is the reason why society collectively bullies them.
I just want you to give Slytherin a chance - look behind all that snark and sarcasm. Focus on their ingenuity and talent in manipulation. Personally I admire Slytherins for their self-preservation, and ability to gently manipulate a conversation in any direction (as seen with Horace Slughorn and Tom Riddle).
So i have an essay to right on nordic religion and i really cant find much about rituals and sacred places.... please help?
There’s been a lot of research on the subject so this is quite far from exhaustive, but should be enough to get you started and they are all very well-sourced so that will give you other threads to pull. We’ve included a huge list of possible sources below for you to look through. Some are going to be more easy to find than others. If you’re in college, your university library should have a database for you to look through which should have at least some of these sources. If you’re not a university student, your access might be more limited, but the local college should still be able to help you out.
Sacred places in traditional norse paganism were typically based on the landscape. Clearings, bodies of water, burial mounds, locations of local interest, and unusual geological formations were all sacred. There are historical accounts of sacred groves where sacrificial animals were hung from the trees, and lots of archaeological evidence of outdoor worship sites. Burial monuments are a long standing tradition in Scandinavia, for a large part because of the continuing relationship between the monument and the community. Be is dolmen, stone ship or mound, burial monuments served as places of meeting, celebration and ritual.
In Gotland, the picture stones (which sometimes had cremation burials associated with them) represent more outdoor sacred sites, and evidence of ritual practice in the form of animal bones and sacred objects have been found around many of the stones. Both picture stones and burial mounds were erected to be visible from a distance, to create a sacred landscape which one could see when the looked over the land.
Sacred places could also be created through the use of depositing hoards of treasure, usually in water. Hoards have been found in old lake and river beds, and the act of sacrificing a large amount of wealth to the water is an act that creates a sacred site. (This is talked about in Iron Age Myth and Materiality by Lotte Hedeager, but that book is not solely about sacred places, so we haven’t added it to the list below.)
Bjarni F. Einarsson. 2008. “Blót houses in Viking age farmstead cult practices: New findings from south-eastern Iceland. in Acta Archaeologica 79: 145-184. (You can probably access this through your school’s journal subscriptions, if you don’t know how to do that ask a librarian to help).
A good book on Old Norse religion in general that also incorporates your topic is Old Norse Religion in Long-Term Perspectives, edited by Anders Andrén, Kristina Jennbert, and Catharina Raudvere, which is the collected presentation papers from a conference in Lund in 2004. The Google Books preview is pretty good.
Some saga sources (which may or may not be useful depending on what you’re writing about — they are not considered reliable anymore) include:
Hákonar saga góða in Heimskringla (especially chapter 16).
Eyrbyggja saga chapter 4
Kjalnesinga saga chapter 2
Víga-Glúms saga chapter 25
Gesta Hammaburgensis (‘History of the Archbishops of Hamburg’) by Adam of Bremen (a contemporary report on the temple at Gamla Uppsala)
But most of these will also have been referred to, quoted, or summarized in the above sources.
I’m one step closer to opening pet portrait commissions again, all I have to do is get myself a printer/scanner and I’ll be ready to go. Right now I’m trying to get a feel about who is serious about wanting to commission a drawing.
Sizes and base prices are as follows: 14″ x 17″ $150. and 18″ x 24″ $250.
If you’re interested, drop me a note and I’ll be happy to discuss drawing for you. The money generated from these drawings will be put towards my Service Dog Candidate Puppy fund.
We’re down to the last two days of the Beyond Anthology kickstarter! There’s still plenty of time to back Beyond, the queer sci-fi/fantasy comic anthology!
We recently unlocked a stretch goal of shiny foil on the covers, which will be on both the soft and hardcover versions of the anthology. There’s still a few (very limited!) number of hardcover copies of the book available. If you wanted a hardcover copy but the first batch had already been claimed: here’s your chance!
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