Conducted some active shooter training at our school this week. All new faculty and staff were required to attend and participate. This is a pic of my son @21gulla role playing as a gunman entering a classroom and a teacher engaging while her students (teacher role players) escaped to safety. My training is based on the simple philosophy of, "You are either a Victim, or a Survivor!" Through repetition and instruction, our faculty is prepared to defend themselves and their students in the event of a real situation. Through a PowerPoint presentation, real video footage of actual life and death incidents and listening to their peers from other schools such as Sandy Hook talk about their personal experience, we do our best to expose them to the traumatic events that could take place on our campus. Our school has achieved a level of "Cultural Awareness" and each and every one of them accept the fact that security is everybody's responsibility. I'm very thankful that our administration allows me to conduct "outside the box" training and our faculty and staff have embraced their role as a Shepard over their students!
After an awesome holiday with my family in Spain getting some chill time and enjoying loads of tasty Spanish food & drink its straight back to good nutritious healthy eating & tracking my food again as soon as I stepped off the plane yesterday. -
Life is about balance and although I was training doing HIIT, TRX, Runs & Metafit I was still eating some of my healthy meals each day (I normally eat 6-7 times day every 2.5-3 hours).
I still kept protein & oats in 1-2 times a day, eggs scrambled or omelette in the morning and chicken, avocado salads later in the day allowing me to then afford to indulge on larger meals out at restaurants for 2 meals a day on top of these meals have cocktails, Sangria, beer, ice creams, desserts once or twice but still be around maintenance calories as I was training, meaning I didn't put any fat on as my #input to output was equal but still enjoying myself. -
Remember fitness is a lifestyle you don't just switch it on and off, it's a habit/ routine that sticks & minset of been aware of. -
Life balance and moderation is key.
If I eat healthy and good 80-90% off the time i can afford some treats & it's ok esp if you have trained hard & earn it. -
You don't need to be totally restrictive, yes that works but are you really going to be happy and enjoy life. -
I have done it both ways and this way still works and something that can be done all year week in week out with out any silly fad diets. -
The way I do it and set out with my clients with their nutritional plans is flexible to still have some treats but reflects their input to output tracking on my fitness pal & gets awesome results but still means you can enjoy life & live and be happy. Who doesn't love food.
Life is all about balance.
Work Hard. Train Hard. Play Hard.
Enjoy your LIfe.
Failing to Prepare is Preparing to Fail. -
If your goals are truelly important to you make it priority & make it happen. -
We all have busy lives and we all have 24 hours in a day to play around with. -
Game on,now im ready to smash the rest of my week off and get firing out of the starting blocks.
Have you signed up for our NOLS Wilderness First Aid course yet?
We need 4 more students by this weekend to keep the class in session - so don't miss out! Sign yourself and a friend up so you are prepared for that #summer2018 backpacking trip!
Are you prepared for an emergency? The City of Port Coquitlam offers free emergency preparedness courses, but you must pre-register as space is limited. Priority will be given to PoCo residents.
Saturday, September 16 - Open for registration
Saturday, November 25 - Open for registration
When you're exploring new country, even if you are confident in your navigating skills it's always a great idea to take a GPS along with you. You never know what kind of shit you can get yourself into. Good luck to everyone out there this season and stay safe my friends👊 #adrenalinejunkie#bowhunting#badassoutdoorgear#beprepared
Southside Regional Medical Center, had a great second day of @american_heart ACLS. SRMC would like to thank Director Brad Owens of @pgfire_ems for bringing in the AutoPulse and the Lucas devices during our technology review section. This information is vital so hospital and Prehospital understand the technology to ensure proper patient transfer of care. #aha#acls#cpr#medical#ems#fire#beprepared#knowledge#vaemstg
The key to being successful on your meal plan is to be prepared #mealprep#beprepared#mealplan#success#getlean#BodyF1RST#fab
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I've thought a lot about a ziploc bag lately. This post is long, but it's one for my posterity. No one in our family has ever permanently lost or ruined a phone until this weekend. My husband and daughter went running Saturday. Rain was in the forecast and my husband brought 2 ziplock bags with him. It started to rain and she was handed a ziplock bag to keep her phone dry. She haphazardly put the phone in the bag and later found her phone was not working. Upon retrieving it from the bag, water had noticeably filled part of the bag. My husband's phone was dry and working properly. She didn't quite heed his counsel and is missing listening to music on her phone while she exercises. 🏃🏼♀️🤦🏼♀️
On Monday morning, my oldest son and I were walking together and he shared some thoughts from one of his lessons at church Sunday. The young men were discussing traits they wanted in a wife. He proceeded to tell me what was on his list and I made a few suggestions to consider. While thinking about the conversation on my own later, I recalled how the ziplock bag was in my thoughts when I decided to marry my husband. He and I were really good friends prior to our engagement (never dated) and spent a lot of time together. This photo is from a day we went to Six Flags with a group of friends (and that's all we were at the time). He brought a ziplock bag with him to put his wallet in on water rides. I remember being impressed by his preparation. This was just one of the many ways I have witnessed him being prepared over the past 20 years. He is prepared for everything and anticipates the possibilities. You would think it might sound like someone who is uptight and no fun, but he is really fun too. This is a great quality to look for in a spouse. You will be with someone who will take care of you and who will be as prepared as they can for the future. I could give numerous examples. I know we can't predict everything that will happen to us, but it makes life easier when you're prepared. #mormonfamily#lds#beprepared#ziplock#celebrating20years
We carefully looked at all the pictures we received from Camp Prepare participants and finally decided on
the 10 best ones! We're happy to announce that the following persons are the winners of our Camp Prepare photo contest and will receive a prize package valued at more than $200 including a @leathermantools multi-tool, a @ledlenser_official flashlight and headlamp, an @americanredcross
first-aid kit and @mtnhouse food samples: Patty Albin, Heather Carver, Kathleen Eliott, Bre Jaramillo, Solene Gibault, Laura Kempe Carisa Hettich, Leslie Shaw, James Siestreem & Hester Van Heemstra!
Thank you all for participating to our Camp Prepare event to learn how to prepare for disasters of all kind! It is important to have
an preparedness kit ready in your car, at work or at home in case of emergency. With the
this coming Monday, make sure to stock up on water and food supplies and to fill up your gas tank! See you next year for Camp Prepare 2018 edition!
I love this little #suunto watchband compass it's a great addition to my #Casio#mudman and it's very accurate, I tested it with all three compasses on my phone and me lensetic compass my grandpa gave me. Good investment if my phone dies on a hike or giddiness an EMP goes off. #beprepared at all times even down to your watch. A compass is a major tool in a E&E situation if SHTF or even The a hike off trail to find your way back to the trail or the trailhead, I don't have a GPS 1) cus they're expensive as fuck 2)they need batteries, and that's added weight 3)there's I like relying on my old school techniques for land nav. I used to just use landmarks and a map, but not anymore with this little gadget.
A previous intern of ours, Katie, runs a great travel and study abroad online resource - @StudyHardTravelSmart. Take a look if you're interested in travel or are about to embark on a study abroad placement this year! 👀⠀
Here are some of her top travel tips for students:https://buff.ly/2w1ZUjB
Check out the post Locker Talk @lolabuye.com and join me in kick starting@and celebrating the growth of lolabuye.com with the introduction of a blog for nurses in the OR!! Let's start with the basics of taking care of yourself and go from there! 😘 Ease input any topics you'd like to see covered!! 😬😬📸by: Studentcenters
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