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If your birthday falls between June 22nd and July 23rd, you were born under the Astrology sun sign of Cancer the crab. As a Cancer, you may know what’s in your basic Horoscope reading. But I’ll bet you don’t know that certain days and hours of the month are especially lucky for you just because of your zodiac sign. Learn which days of the month will hold good fortune for you.

Lucky Moon days for Cancer

There is a relationship between where your birthday falls in your sun sign, and your lucky phase of the Moon. Cancers born between June 22nd and June 29th are luckiest during the days of the new moon. Those of you born between June 30th and July 7th are luckiest during the days when the moon is in its second quarter. Cancers born between July 8th and July 17th are luckiest during the days when the moon is full. And lastly, Cancers born between July 18th and July 23rd are luckiest during the days of the moon’s fourth quarter.

Numerology and Cancer’s Lucky Days

Cancer’s celestial number from Numerology is an eight, and the Moon, Cancer’s ruling planet, has a numerological value of three. Taking the sum of these two numbers gives us the master number of (11). Note that in Numerology, doubled numbers such as (11), (22), and (33) are referred to as Master numbers. These numbers have special significance and are usually interpreted as they are. However, for the purposes of finding your lucky days, we will reduce this number to it’s fadic sum of (2). These two numbers, (11) and (2) are especially lucky for people born under Cancer. Numerology predicts that days of the month where the day number reduces to a two will hold extra good fortune for you. The following days fit this criteria: the 2nd, 11th, 20th, and the 29th. Cancers should also look for chances to play the numbers (11) and (2) in games of chance. Casino dice games like craps, where the number (11) is a winning combination tend to favor people born under this sign.

Cancer’s Lucky Hours

For persons born under Cancer, the luckiest hours of the day are those in which the Moon is the ruling planet. If you know the time of sunrise, you can calculate these hours when fate is on your side. Just consult the table below for the current day of the week.

Sunday: The luckiest hours for Cancers are the 4th, 11th, and 18th hours after sunrise.

Monday: The luckiest hours for Cancers are the 1st, 8th, 15th, and 22nd hours after sunrise.

Tuesday: The luckiest hours for Cancers are the 5th, 12th, and 19th hour after sunrise.

Wednesday: The luckiest hours for Cancers are the 2nd, 9th, 16th, and 23rd hours after sunrise.

Thursday: The luckiest hours for Cancers are the 6th, 13th, and 20th hour after sunrise.

Friday: The luckiest hours for Cancers are the 3rd, 10th, 17th, and 24th hours after sunrise.

Saturday: The luckiest hours for Cancers are the 7th, 14th, and 21st hours after sunrise.

Cancer’s Luck Partners

Many games that we play involve working with a partner. For people born under Cancer, the best guarantee of good fortune in these games is to pick a partner with a complementary Horoscope sign. The complimentary signs for Cancer are: Pisces, Taurus, Cancer, Virgo, Scorpio, or Capricorn.

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Source by Keith Abbott

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If you want to gain weight fast, then pay close attention to the story of Joe Hise.

Way back in 1932 — long before steroids were even invented — Joe Hise gained 29 pounds in just 29 days.

Impossible?

That’s what most people thought. So Joe started teaching his methods to other people. Here are their results:

Mark Berry: Gained 50 pounds in 6 months.

Roger Eels: Packed on 35 pounds of muscle in one month.

Norman Fay: Increased body weight from 156 pounds to 185 pounds in 30 days.

So how does this plan work:

On this plan, you are going to train three times per week on non-consecutive days. So, for example, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

You will perform only three exercises: The standing barbell curl, the military press and the 20-rep breathing squat.

The 20-rep breathing squat is a regular barbell squat, but you perform just one hard set of 20 reps. In between each rep, you will take 3 deep breaths — completely filling your lungs with air with each breath.

This is the key to the entire system as the breathing squat forces your body to adapt and pack on muscle mass at an incredible rate.

This bare bones workout may look too simple at first, but this exact plan has been transforming skinny guys into heavily muscled men for decades.

To ensure your body has the proper amount of protein and calories needed to build muscle and gain weight, the old-time trainers who followed this plan would drink a gallon of whole milk each day.

So if you need to gain muscular body weight fast, try this simple workout plan for one month. Work hard and you too could gain a whopping 29 pounds of muscular body weight in just 29 days.

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Source by Matt Marshall

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Do we truly want to take our physical fitness to the next level? Are we authentically committed to do whatever it takes to change our habits of not working out at all to becoming perfectly fit in the next 21 days? Do we want to take our athletic performance to the highest possible level that we can? Are we committed to become pro-athlete at the sport that we love the most? What it would take for us to be HUMBLED and follow-through on a daily regular routine exercise program?

What is your short-term athletic goal that you have? What is holding you back from being exercising everyday after knowing the benefits on your personal well-being? What are the beliefs that you have about yourself and your personal fitness? What are your top athletic goals? Do you want to become a professional athlete? Which team do you want to play for? Are you aware of your strengths and the areas you need to grow in your athletic abilities? Are you willing to take your body training to have the ideal body you always dream to have? If you are not having your personal fitness goal met, what is really getting on the way for you to be in action? What are we pretending that we are not in action and the world of performance? What are our pretenses and fears that kept us from actually being authentically committed to produce optimum athletic results? What would it be like if you met all your maximum athletic performance at the sport that you love the most? What would it be like if you are in the your best body shape and feel always energized with the zest to live life to the fullest?

I asked to myself all those questions to get me started to give up all my resistance and live life fully being on the athletic field every single day because that is my authentic self-expression where I can express myself with the highest level of excellence. I know for a fact that HUMILITY is the key to perform your best at any sport. I remember being a kid playing soccer barefoot in my neighborhood and little by little I became a master of the soccer game that I ended up being the team captain and team player of great soccer team-Club Deportivo El Suace- in my native town La Ceiba. Athletics is all about being in action. You can perform your best in any sport by putting your mind into it in less than 21 days working out intensively. You can go from being with no motivation to exercise to be completely excited and committed to workout everyday in 21 days commitment to your personal fitness.

Are you committed to take your athletic performance to the next level in the next 21 days?

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Source by Jose Manaiza

Mental Fitness Challenge: 90 Days to Change

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I have read hundreds of examples recently where people have taken a 90 day challenge to improve the physical fitness and I love it! What better way to get in physical shape than partner with a community of like-minded individuals? However, with all the focus on a physical challenge, aren’t people missing out on two other key aspects of fitness – the mental and spiritual sides?

If people are going to challenge themselves anyway, why not launch a 90 day total mental fitness challenge? Work on all three areas of life by improving one’s physical, mental, and spiritual sides. For example, just as flabby muscles must be worked out in order to tone and strengthen, so too does flabby thinking. In fact, if anything, flabby thinking can have more disastrous effects in a person’s life than flabby muscles. Therefore, if a person is investing energy for 90 days anyway, then make it a total transformation, not just a physical one.

A person’s thought life changes when he begins to feed on a steady diet of positive books, audios, and association with others who do the same. Indeed, I know of no other activity than can change a person’s life as fast as changing his associations. Birds of a feather, in other words, do flock together. My good friend, the late Charlie “Tremendous” Jones, used to say, “Five years from now you will be pretty much the same as you are today except for two things: the books you read and the people you get close to” It was eighteen years when I first heard Charlie’s words and took his advice. It changed everything.

Fitness experts say that 85% of physical fitness is in proper dieting. I believe the same principle holds true for mental and spiritual dieting as well. Tell me the thought diet a person routinely feeds his mental and spiritual sides and I can fairly accurately predict his five year future. Success is that predictable; however, it isn’t that easy.

Why not? Because the right habits, although easy to do, are also easy not to do. Left to themselves, most people will choose the path of least resistance, which means continuing in their bad habits rather than changing. The good news, however, is that through associating with others in a 90 day challenge, a person can leverage the community to help drive his personal change. In essence, community is the difference between good intentions and good results. Many will give up on themselves, but fewer are willing to give up on others who are counting on them.

Fortunately, it only takes three steps for a person to change everything:

1. Develop a proper diet for the food and thoughts entering his body and mind.

2. Make commitments to himself and others to follow the new diet for 90 days.

3. Maintain association with others who have committed to do the same thing.

There it is. A recipe for success in any area of life. It’s been said that a person changes when the pain of staying the same or the joy of changing becomes big enough. Eighteen years ago, I took Charlie “Tremendous” Jones up on his mental fitness challenge and it has made all the difference for me. I share this with the readers to encourage them in the three step process for real change. Are you ready to take the mental fitness challenge?

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Source by Orrin Woodward

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