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  • (@chicagopriest) Instagram Profile @chicagopriest
  • “What I would like to leave behind is a simple prayer that each of you may find what I have found—God’s special gift to us all: the gift of peace. When we are at peace, we find the freedom to be most fully who we are, even in the worst of times. We let go of what is nonessential and embrace what is essential. We empty ourselves so that God may more fully work within us. And we become instruments in the hands of the Lord”

    Cardinal Joseph Bernardin #Chicago
  • “What I would like to leave behind is a simple prayer that each of you may find what I have found—God’s special gift to us all: the gift of peace. When we are at peace, we find the freedom to be most fully who we are, even in the worst of times. We let go of what is nonessential and embrace what is essential. We empty ourselves so that God may more fully work within us. And we become instruments in the hands of the Lord”

Cardinal Joseph Bernardin #Chicago
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  • (@ama_be_new) Instagram Profile @ama_be_new
  • Northeastern Illinois University
  • I’ll never be ashamed of being the daughter of immigrants. Seeing how hard they work to make sure I am able to have more than they ever did. One semester shy from being 1st Generation college graduate ❤️ Gracias Mami & Papi
  • I’ll never be ashamed of being the daughter of immigrants. Seeing how hard they work to make sure I am able to have more than they ever did. One semester shy from being 1st Generation college graduate ❤️ Gracias Mami & Papi
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  • (@frontierperformancetraining) Instagram Profile @frontierperformancetraining
  • Crawling. In early child development, we learn to crawl before we walk. The reciprocal movement pattern of crawling is an elementary and fundamental pattern in human movement. However, it’s often glossed over and not taken seriously in training.
    🔹Bringing crawling patterns back into your repertoire of exercises will help with cross body patterning (which is how we are designed to move), teaching core stability, shoulder stability, coordination, rotary stability, and can be used for all training populations, from rehab to sports performance. If you can’t maintain a good position in relatively low load environment like crawling, how do you think a high speed movement like sprinting, throwing a baseball, or tackling a running back is going to go?
    🔹Baby Crawl-Start on all 4’s with your wrists under your shoulders and knees under your hips. Bring your right hand back 3 inches and right knee forward 3 inches. Now move your right hand and left knee forward simultaneously to begin crawling. Take small steps, focusing on maintain core stiffness and getting the hang of the coordination. Once you have it down, you can progress to a bear Crawl.
    🔹Bear Crawl-we are adding some complexity by bringing the knees off of the ground. The pattern remains the same, but gravity is making us work harder to not extend or rotate excessively through the pillar. Once you have the hang of it, you can add another layer of complexity by putting a block or some sort of implement on your back as external feedback.
    🔹Lateral Crawl. Same but different. We are now going to repeat the crawling pattern, however we will move laterally. This adds another layer of complexity by bringing hip and shoulder ad/abduction into play, further increasing the demands for maintaining stiffness and control.
    🔹Once you have the hang of moving forward and laterally, you can progress by crawling backwards, adding a band, trying out different crawling variations such as a spider crawl, crawling from a pushup position, crossing the hands over, crawling for time, etc. There are a lot of ways to progress this movement.
  • Crawling. In early child development, we learn to crawl before we walk. The reciprocal movement pattern of crawling is an elementary and fundamental pattern in human movement. However, it’s often glossed over and not taken seriously in training.
🔹Bringing crawling patterns back into your repertoire of exercises will help with cross body patterning (which is how we are designed to move), teaching core stability, shoulder stability, coordination, rotary stability, and can be used for all training populations, from rehab to sports performance. If you can’t maintain a good position in relatively low load environment like crawling, how do you think a high speed movement like sprinting, throwing a baseball, or tackling a running back is going to go?
🔹Baby Crawl-Start on all 4’s with your wrists under your shoulders and knees under your hips. Bring your right hand back 3 inches and right knee forward 3 inches. Now move your right hand and left knee forward simultaneously to begin crawling. Take small steps, focusing on maintain core stiffness and getting the hang of the coordination. Once you have it down, you can progress to a bear Crawl.
🔹Bear Crawl-we are adding some complexity by bringing the knees off of the ground. The pattern remains the same, but gravity is making us work harder to not extend or rotate excessively through the pillar. Once you have the hang of it, you can add another layer of complexity by putting a block or some sort of implement on your back as external feedback.
🔹Lateral Crawl. Same but different. We are now going to repeat the crawling pattern, however we will move laterally. This adds another layer of complexity by bringing hip and shoulder ad/abduction into play, further increasing the demands for maintaining stiffness and control.
🔹Once you have the hang of moving forward and laterally, you can progress by crawling backwards, adding a band, trying out different crawling variations such as a spider crawl, crawling from a pushup position, crossing the hands over, crawling for time, etc. There are a lot of ways to progress this movement.
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  • (@jamaihaiti) Instagram Profile @jamaihaiti
  • I dont like this picture , BUT its my brother& #039 ;s birthday!!!! Donnell, you have been the best ! I am so proud of everything you& #039 ;ve accomplished thus far and everything that is to come. Im chilling with my bro today Yall! You& #039 ;re 25 and you& #039 ;re on a great track; thank you for sticking with your goals and dreams and not being as indecisive as me. I live vicariously through you 😂😂We getting old! #Chicago #family
  • I dont like this picture , BUT its my brother's birthday!!!! Donnell, you have been the best ! I am so proud of everything you've accomplished thus far and everything that is to come. Im chilling with my bro today Yall! You're 25 and you're on a great track; thank you for sticking with your goals and dreams and not being as indecisive as me. I live vicariously through you 😂😂We getting old!  #Chicago #family
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