Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Getting Rid of Latency

Latent heat is a very important concept. In water, 0 degrees centigrade is the latent heat of melting. 100 degrees centigrade is the latent heat of vaporisation. At 0 degree centigrade solid ice becomes liquid water. Temperature remains 0 degree centigrade for some time till solid ice becomes liquid water completely. After that temperature raises with time.
Humans too have latency. Some exhibit latency in studying while some in working. Humans do not become liquid or vapour on getting energy. Humans use this energy in brain activities or muscular activities. Rice eaters generally exhibit less latency. Rice is starch and gets used by body more easily. Wheat eaters exhibit more latency. But human body is a wonder. It adjusts so well, for possibly survival, that it adjusts suitably to the food we eat.
Motivation is the key to a human being. Inspiration often drives the motivation and makes a man excel in his field. But inspiration is being tied to faith. This faith could be faith in your abilities, support from parents or friends or God or anything. So having faith is the key.
So assuming faith is the most important thing; should one try to cling to faith like solid ice and refuse to become liquid water when heat like situation happens? No. In fact the opposite should be done. One should have faith and understand that both solid ice and liquid water are H2O and should allow conversion in state. This is likely to improve a person trying to get rid of latency.
So, believe in yourself. Have faith in your abilities. Accept the changes happening. React and act to these situations by maintaining faith in yourself. Gradually, you will get rid of latency and lead a more dynamic life.

Monday, July 14, 2014

Extended Workouts

I have extended my gymnasium workouts by 3 months. Till September.
I am now able to do workouts especially cardio much more easily. Normally I do two cardio for 15 minutes each with a 15 minutes weight workouts. Sometimes, I do three cardio workouts for 15 minutes each. I normally do workouts for 45 minutes. The cardio sessions are usually intense and is at my maximum.
I also do dumbbells at home in the evenings. I have a 10 kg pair and a 5 kg pair at home. I do bicep curls, shoulder lifts, one dumbbell triceps back lifts, bench press, squats, squat jumps, free leg raises. (It is important for bodybuilding enthusiasts to learn definitions and names of exercises). The evening session is for 30 minutes.  With the 5 kg pair, I do exercises like wrist curls, arm side raises.
I am managing to show discipline in eating habits. I eat to a plan as much as practically possible. What I mean here is I may eat a snack instead of Complan planned. This is because I was offered snacks at home and I was tempted to eat this.
Workouts also brings about peace in mind and if you are one of those who want to participate in marathon race, then workouts give hope too.