Summer holidays are the perfect time to prepare for the next year or revise last year’s stuff, so put that time to good use and work! But don’t forget to drink enough and have fun, you’re on holiday after all!
- Make a Schedule
- Make a Summer Study Schedule
- Block Websites here or here
- Different ways to do buns (because I like to have my hair out of my face when I’m studying)
- Eat. Sleep. Study. Repeat.
- Study Buddy
- Study Mix I
- Survival kit to finals
- Concentration Part One Part Two Part Three
- Study With Accompaniment I II III
- Instrumental Mega Mix
- Textbook Revolution
- Mostly Science and Maths textbooks
- Free e-books
- Project Gutenberg (there are also books in German, French and Portugese)
- How do I study for…
- simplified Physics equations
- learn Geography
- Khan academy
- Music Theory
- Science Videos
- Periodic Table Song
- practice Math problems
- learn a new language
- simple free learning tools
- Cookie Recipes
- Cookie in a mug
- Healthy Smoothies
- Big list of healthy recipes
- Healthy Study Snacks
- Quick and easy snacks
- more healthy study snacks
- Starbucks recipes
I hope this was helpful, message me if you have question or a link isn’t working !
Alternating between high-and low-intensity efforts for brief bouts of time is the fastest way to maximize fat loss, says Powell. Warm up for 10 minutes, then follow one of the interval patterns below; repeat for up to 20 minutes.
• Thrilling Thirties: Alternate 30 seconds of high and low intensity
• Nasty Nineties: Alternate 90 seconds of high and low intensity
• Dirty Two-Thirties: Alternate 2.5 minutes of high and low intensity
"Maintaining a conversational pace for a long period of time is great for overall calorie burn," says Powell. "The key is increasing duration gradually as your body adapts." Pick any cardio activity and work at a challenging yet sustainable pace for 30 to 60 minutes. Every two weeks, aim to tack on five more minutes.
This workout is the love child of intervals and distance. Push harder than you do for long-distance workouts, for a shorter period of time—and aim to keep your effort level steady. Warm up for 10 minutes, then do two or three 10-minute tempo intervals. Rest five minutes after each one so you can fully recover.
If you’re sore or tired, opt for 30 to 45 minutes of a low-intensity activity (like casually riding your bike). Moving at an easy pace still boosts circulation and stimulates the lymphatic system, helping your muscles recover.
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