This is me at the @marksandspencer #casting day back in June @greyldn creative agency. I so love their #ethos and their #story ... It represents a change from a time when Valenstein and Fatt couldn't use their own names to define their business
"If they'd have used their real names they would have failed"... Because they were Jewish and anti-semitism was rife in 1920's New York.
This summer @greyldn rebranded as Valenstein and Fatt in recognition of their founders...
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We cannot wait until next Friday 27th of October to be a part of the @oceangrind twilight market! Our full range of earth bottles and coffee cups will be available 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼 head over to @oceangrind for full details to RSVP #ocean#coffee#markets#twilight#eco#ethos#lovewhatyoudo
What an amazing sight! My first large scale painting from 2004-2005. It was the door on the ladder truck bay at the old station. It was salvaged and stored in my garage for the last few years. James Wingerter and his amazing eye for creation and detail has built this beautiful shadow box to proudly display it in the members room at the new station. Brings a tear to my eye seeing it finally hung on the wall.
"if you cannot execute near perfection on your own, you cannot expect to execute under pressure situations." - Stuart McMillan.
Allowing your form to break for the sake of load is by far the most popular way to slow down your progression.
You don't have to "strength test" every three weeks. Chances you are already stronger if you follow a gradual progressive overload. There's more to it but for now, how about test how strong your "skills" are.
Instead of max out, go as heavy as your form allows you. Under no external stimulus such as music or way to psyched you up. Stop as soon as you can see the forms breaking and if you can't fix it under the same load, the chances are, it will get worse as the load increases.
This is far better method for training longevity.