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Translator: Çlirim Sheremeti Reviewer: Helena Bedalli Muscle. We have more than 600 of them. They make up between 1/3 and 1/2 of our weight, and together with connective tissue, they hold us together, hold us up, and help us move. And no matter if bodybuilding is your hobby, muscles need your constant attention because the way you treat them on a daily basis determines whether they will dry out or grow. Let’s say he’s standing in front of a door, ready to open it. Your brain and muscles are fully trained to help you achieve this. Initially, your brain sends a signal to the motor neurons inside your arm. When they receive this message, they light up, causing muscles to contract and relax, who pull the bones into your arm and generate the necessary movement. The bigger the challenge, the bigger the brain signal, and more motor units assemble to…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/q0wzQzJ1mBU I really want to follow up on a bit more on this million-dollar day I mean it really changed your industry it was the four-minute mile nobody thought it was possible and I think there's a lot of people at home that you know they want to change their life they they have a vision of what they want to make happen and they believe it's sorted but they never followed through and so I love it kind of get a sense of how did you get to the point you know you make a million bucks and you know 20 was in less than 24 hours yeah it was like 18 hours in 18 hours like a million dollars i mean it's on most people spanish a jump into that point the industry the kind of record or whatever the big thing that was thought it was like…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/q0wzQzJ1mBU I really want to follow up on a bit more on this million-dollar day I mean it really changed your industry it was the four-minute mile nobody thought it was possible and I think there's a lot of people at home that you know they want to change their life they they have a vision of what they want to make happen and they believe it's sorted but they never followed through and so I love it kind of get a sense of how did you get to the point you know you make a million bucks and you know 20 was in less than 24 hours yeah it was like 18 hours in 18 hours like a million dollars i mean it's on most people spanish a jump into that point the industry the kind of record or whatever the big thing that was thought it was like…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/yG7v4y_xwzQ Penerjemah Johnson Chiang Pengulas Ivan Sit Sebutkan Olimpiade, Istana olahraga tertinggi, Selalu pikirkan para pemain yang tak terkalahkan, Misalnya, “, Jamaika, Petir ”, Port Memenangkan medali emas dalam lari sprint 100 dan 200 meter di Beijing dan London , Atau Phelps “ American Flying Fish ”, yang memenangkan medali emas terbanyak dalam sejarah Olimpiade, Para pemain ini pasti telah melakukan sesuatu yang benar, Psikologis atau fisik. Yang menarik adalah cara persiapan mereka sebelum pertandingan sangat berbeda. Porter sering membuat gerakan tanda tangan yang lucu, terutama di garis start. Sebelum memulai, Kita semua telah melihat aksi ini. Phelps sangat berbeda. Dia akan duduk diam dan mendengarkan musik. Cara persiapannya jauh lebih tenang. Kedua metode tersebut sangat efektif. Psikologi olahraga dapat mempengaruhi persiapan mereka sebelum pertandingan Mungkin juga menjadi kunci kesuksesan mereka. Tentu saja, ada kalanya terjadi kesalahan. Izinkan saya memberikan contoh lain: Final sepak bola Olimpiade London 2012, Brasil vs.…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/H57L717p6Lk Uh, excuse me? Oh, hey. It’s you. Ja okay, I’m not sure what kind of vibe I was giving off before but I am not interested in your schnitzel, okay? No, no, no, no, no. God, no. I just have one quick question: Victoria seems like a great girl. Why wouldn’t you want to marry her? Ach, okay, Victoria is wunderbar. I’m sorry, wunderbar is the German word for wonderful. Yeah, no, I know. Oh, you speak German? GERMAN: Do you speak German?! I don’t have any Friends in America who speak German! This makes me so lonely, so lonely! No. No, no, no… No, just-just-just the one word. Oh. Oh. Ah… Okay, Victoria.There is a word in German: Lebenslangerschicksalsschatz. And the closest translation would be… “Lifelong Treasure of Destiny.” And Victoria is wunderbar, but she is not my Lebenslangerschicksalsschatz. She is my Beinaheleidenschaftsgegenstand, you know? You know wunderbar…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/dgj16KSgtIE “Excuse me, hi.” “Hi!” “I’m–” “ “The best man! Get in here.” Few series finales remain as infamous as the ending to one of the most-watched sitcoms of the 2000s: How I Met Your Mother. “Shame on you!” But why was the 2014 finale so jarring for fans? After all, the very first episode back in 2005 positioned this as a love story between protagonist Ted and cool girl Robin, who likes him but isn’t ready for a long-term thing “Because that kids, is the true story of how I met your Aunt Robin.” And the series’ ending delivered on exactly that promise, concluding the long story of how Ted Mosby ended up with Robin Scherbatsky.”Okay, suppose I were interested in Aunt Robin in that way– it’s not like I’d do anything about it.” From its beginning, How I Met Your Mother was built on avoiding the answers to…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/7uN4I1wEOXE Translator: baali omar Validator: Anwar Dafa-Alla So, I’m an artist. I live in New York, and I used to work in advertising L – even when I left the university About 7, 8 years ago, Time was wasting. I worked many nights. I worked many weekends, And I found that I never find time for all of my projects Which I wanted to do by myself. One day I was at work, and I saw a conversation By Stephen Sagmeister at TED, And it was called “The Importance of Vacation” And he talked about how in all seven years, He used to take a year off work to be able to Do his creative projects, and he immediately inspired me, And I said “I have to do that.I have to take a year off. I need time to travel and spend time with my family I start my creative…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/tkxWmh-tFGs Translator: Maysoon Abbas Auditor: Anwar Dafa-Alla How old is the Earth? Well, by counting the number of radioisotopes In a sample of rock Which is subject to radioactive decay, Geologists estimate the day Earth was born, When it was first formed from Nebula, To be 4.6 billion years ago. But how true is that? Here are some measurements That may help you understand. For example, let’s imagine the entire history of the Earth Until today As a single calendar year. Earth begins to form on January 1. By March 3rd, there is the first clue For single-celled bacteria. Life remains surprisingly single-celled until November 11 When the first multicellular organisms come, Known as the Eidkarian animals. Soon thereafter, on November 16 at 06:08 PM The & quot; Cambrian explosion & quot; for life, A major milestone, When all the people of modern beings began to appear. On December 10th…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/rkKDvGA2UU0 Translator: sann tint Reviewer: Myo Aung When was the last time a letter was written? How would you feel if you had received this letter in the mail this morning? What will this mean for you? Well, according to Royal Mail The volume of textbooks has dropped by a third over the past decade It fell 4% last year. More packages than mail. So it’s called ‘global shipping’. This means that you can put something in the mailbox That’s where the UK goes somewhere else at this price. But how long will we stay here? So what I want to do is to commemorate the manuscript and refresh it. This is the future that we want to shape and the way we want to shape it. 1915 On August 16th Flo wrote to Sergeant Jones. He is one of my son’s principal teachers. ‘This letter reminds us of the…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/XPDVmBg5DeE Translator: Ayman Hosny Auditor: Shimaa Nabil In 1948, Spanish optometrist Jose Ignacio Barraquer Moner Tired of using glasses. He wanted to put a solution to blurring the vision that would heal the eye itself, Without relying on any apparent aid. But the surgery he eventually created was not for the faint of heart. Barraquer began to curl the cornea of ​​the patient It is immersed in nitrogen solution. Using a small lathe, he installed the frozen cornea In the exact form necessary to focus a patient’s vision. Then it removed the freeze, and held it back in place. Barraquer has called this process correction of corneal convexity, It is a Greek word combination of the words “carving” and “horny”. Although it gives a frightening impression, the process has yielded buildable results. How is Barraquer surgery performed? Corneal convex correction process corrects the so-called refractive errors: Illness in the way…