How you can Survive Thanksgiving, Based on Trainers


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How to Survive Thanksgiving, According to Trainers How to Survive Thanksgiving, According to Trainers Thanksgiving is both wonderful and stressful. Add it all up, and the opportunity for indulgence, even overindulgence, is often a major part of the festivities, whether it’s celebratory or stress-induced (or some combination of the two). Check out the video about with our 3 tips to Survive the Thanksgiving Holiday. What Get You In Shape Coppell Fitness is All About Our Group Personal Training program is specifically designed for people who want to workout with a passionate and fun group of like-minded people who have a.

You can still partake in the good food, and minding your portions will help you feel like you are staying on track while enjoying your Thanksgiving meal. Schedule a Little More Exercise. Thanksgiving can be an extremely busy time. Family and culinary activities can leave your schedule packed, but making time to exercise will pay off.

Avoid nibbling on food the rest of the night (or for a few days after), and stick to your basic meal schedule. Keep your meals clean the rest of the weekend, and be sure to eat. A majority of adults say they “dread the thought of having to talk about politics at Thanksgiving dinner,” according to a poll conducted last year by PBS NewsHour, NPR and Marist. But my biggest tip to survive Thanksgiving is to allow yourself time to reflect on this day and be grateful for what you do have. No family is picture perfect, and it’s those crazy family members that make the holidays interesting to say the least.

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Get Spoon University delivered to you Join. You tryna be tricky?A great way to survive Thanksgiving with your family is to play a game while having dinner. For example, start a game of sharing your Thanksgiving memories and gratefulness.

Or place a jar with questions on the table, asking questions like “What would a perfect day look like for you?”. Each person takes a card and answers the questions. “To save, either extend your trip, flying out early within the week and returning the week after Thanksgiving, or shorten it, flying out early on Thanksgiving Day and returning the Saturday after,” said Kimia Kalbasi, a food, travel and lifestyle blogger. Mourad suggested that catching a flight while everyone else is busy with their Black Friday shopping can mean less chaos at. How to Survive Thanksgiving Travel Avoid being on the road between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. if you’re driving the day before Thanksgiving.

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Or their dinner plans are spoiled because their partner can’t eat complex foods or big meals before an evening workout.

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This is no less true for meals on holidays than on ordinary days and one might even argue that the special circumstances of holiday meals make them challenging yet fruitful opportunities for training in dining etiquette.

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The key is to keep the basics of the routine similar, making sure Sparky gets a minimum amount of primal exercise and works for food and water around the same time every day.

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If your trainers do not encourage this, make friends at conferences and visit them during your holidays.

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But they are not: their diet includes three meals a day, the first very early in the morning, before the cross-country warm-up, the second at noon, after training sessions are finished, the third at 4 p.m., during the traditional half-time between the eliminating heats and the finals.

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Everyone eats turkey at least two days in a row every Thanksgiving anyway.

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To tell you the truth, my poor Jiyoung gets sick from exhaustion every holiday!”

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Or maybe they’re having normal Thanksgivings at home with their families, sitting around their dining room tables, serving themselves huge portions of sweet potatoes and turkey and stuffing and gravy.

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But the smartest way to take on a travel day is to prepare and plan—you have to get your clothes together, so just carve outalittle extratime to get your food together.

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  • bro you’re supposed to gain a couple pounds on thanksgiving. no worries you lose the weight quickly and eaisly. Thanksgiving is the one day that you can eat a crap ton of good food and nobody can say anything

  • The way musty talks is like a 9 yearld old boy that’s suppose to be sleeping but calling with the boys at 2am so he has to refrain from raising his voice letting his parents hear him

  • I’m not going to sit here and say it’s “all feel”, because it isn’t, you can only go so far with feel. SO here are my instructions on how to get into the blues for you, and this could potentially take a while; this all depends on you and how fast you can memorize, etc. Step 1)Since you are probably already custom to theory, learn the notes on all frets of the first 3 strings (EAD) 2) Learn minor and major pentatonic (all positions) 3) Experiment and don’t just play scales up and down!

  • oh my God! right in time I watched this video, last year I did not know about 21DF I probably ate twice the size of that plate and 3 times, so thank you Autumn because I was really worried about this year on how to survive seeing my family eat like they never have and I’d been holding my Shakeology. Thank you!

  • but how can you develop your own style if your soloing is only based on others licks? I know licks is a good arsenal to have but you risk to sound like someone else

  • …it’s called a middle 8 for a reason: this video is training, but when playing you should go for less! Dynamics is about less: JIMI HENDRIX said go slower to fit in more blues… same concept!

  • Great job man! I believe that the box technique helps to seed up some of the confusion of just being all over the neck without a purpose.Awesome Stevie Ray licks!

  • My God you’ve been at this a long time. So glad I just watched this video after seeing the title for over a year while perusing your channel. For some reason I figured this video was a backing track; didn’t know it was tied to the 5 Boxes series that I own. This is a very special gift. Granted, this is going to be a long journey, but my goal is to develop the mind and ear to play licks over the appropriate chords. Very useful. Thanks as always for the exceptional everything. You are a blessing.

  • Of course Pete your honor of being the king of rocket league this is why I can’t vs him
    Everyone else: oh my got Pete your so freaking good

  • Bro this man is like 50 and hitting these goals, good god I want to be like him when I’m older, what I mean is, like, the cool dad

  • Before being Albert Einstein in the comments saying “HaHa HiS cOnTrOlLeR iSnT eVeN oN” im not saying i belive he played but when u connect a controller to a Pc IT dosent light u just need to plug IT in u dont need to turn IT on So i hope i explained IT for you beacuse all comments saying HIS controller isnt on triggers me

  • Musty: So what’s your rank?

    Pete: Diamond 4

    Musty: So what do you use to play?

    Pete: A turned off controller

    Musty: And what is your play style?

    Pete: Being a bot

  • For everyone saying that his controller is not on well that’s beacuse he’s connecting his controller to steam and then the controller does not light

  • Awesome. I have attempted playing SRV with limited sucess for many years but your videos have helped me to perfect my notes and phrasing. I really appreciate your stuff man.

  • Lmao every second of this is fake thats how it works with mussy cause he would figure it out to quickly. It leads to musyy and petes bad acting. �� good video idea

  • Ok, he kills, either he is an amazing gamer or his comedy is on point. I love the boomer jokes, but I am really tired of our demo being taken for granted. HEY PETE! How do we mobilize our demo on YouTube??

  • I don’t believe that. Musty and voiceoverpete switched their accounts to prank us. That’s really good one. They trolled us hardly. Nice try:-) ofc:)

  • Do you teach lessons for a living like?, I bet all the SRV fans would dig getting lessons, especially if you can get them at a very young age, as if you have been playing a little wile, it is hard to change your style and movements, as we all grow our own hand movements, and we all have our little signature things we do, I have just started tring to change some of mine after 22 years lol, it’s hard, but my hands are now trained to do a lot of the SRV thing,

  • Sounds more like classic Albert King to me.
    IMO, if SRV was asked to play pure AK, he might come up with something like this..
    But theres no SRV tone and intensity..
    just sayin!

  • Reminded me of Buddy Guy, he uses those repeated passages with the expressive bends (sounds like most blues players i know) but his distinctive feel for sure-great stuff.

  • See I usually nibble a little through the day, so I can indulge for Thanksgiving dinner. Lol I know, you don’t want us doing that. This year I’m going to my friend’s house and she is a really healthy vegetarian, so maybe this year will be better. I don’t eat desserts on the actual holiday. I don’t know why, I just don’t. I’ll eat the dessert like a couple of days after. Is that weird?

  • Thank you Anthony your videos have made all the difference in my playing. I stumbled on your account at a time when I decided to take my playing seriously. You have made HUGE difference in my life.THANKS AGAIN!!

  • hello friend! a really nice sound! you are really good!

    here uses only the amplifier? some pedal? cone that fits your blues junior? I really like it!:)

    thanks for the lesson really good!

    From ROMA!

  • Me: This is the first person in the world doing mustyflick double tap without the controler on that’s impressive!
    Pete: BOOOM shaka laka
    Psyonix: THIS IS ROCKET LEAGUE!!!!!

  • OK If I doing the 21 day fix and I done well all year screw the containers lol I EAT BIG time on thanksgiving! lol bahahahahah Just saying, I dont think one cheat day gonna kill me

  • Thanks for the Thanksgiving video, it really helps.  I’m currently on Day 18 of my first round of 21 Day Fix.  I plan to take next week off, then start round two the following.  Going to do my best to make good choices at Thanksgiving Dinner. 

  • if you could help, ive been a classical flute player for over 12 years and rock guitarist for 3, but i want to focus on blues, any tips or ways i could hone in my skills instead of learning some licks?

  • @ Burbinnand Coaksgood, talking about the best way to teach guitar using video… No question, steviesnacks has mastered the art. Take a look at steviesnacks and watch the beginner video for Texan Floods. The video angle, the picking window, the progression tracker… I’ve watched a lot of blues videos, free and for purchase and these are by far the best you’ll ever see. Why doesn’t anyone else teach like this? He is simply the best…

  • at long last!! someone that EVENTUALLY explains Crossover licks…. you need to do more,much more on crossover licks,,,,, thanks alot

  • Thanks for all your videos man!!! All your blus lessons have helped the stuff I put out so much. You took me from one pentatonic postion to going up and down the neck.

  • I honestly don’t believe that is the case. People like SRV, Albert King etc played using these boxes (Although, Albert King did use different tuning), so it makes sense to teach licks using them. In these videos, he is constantly focussing on the licks, timing and phrasing, which is far more important than learning scales. Developing an ear is something you learn over time by playing and practising, and it doesn’t matter whether you’re using scales or boxes.

  • After all these years of owning the series this relates to, I just noticed box 4 and box 5 were never included…. I was hoping for some more ideas on using those two boxes… bummer

  • Great stuff…I’m about 3 1/4s through learning it, I’ve changed a few little things though, and added a few of own licks, not because I thought It needed it, I just wanted to put a bit ‘Me’ in there tbh. Can you tell me though, other than the Strat, what other equipment you have going on there to get that wonderful Bluesy tone?

  • You answered your own question, to an extent. Through playing other’s works, it is a mere step to go from there and come up with your own licks. Besides, there is nothing wrong here, particularly for the beginner… many times have you heard the same thing in different songs by different artists in completely different eras. In the end, it all works out, with time and effort; that is why we all go through the process of learning licks in the first place.

  • The Fender Blues Junior is one of the sweetest sounding tube amps out there. Just got one a few months ago and never regretted it one bit!

  • This is not a lesson. This is a supplement to a premium lesson series. For people who don’t own that series, it’s simply a demonstration.

  • I won’t be on the 21 day fix until next April or May and I already have an idea has to how I won’t be eating my Thanksgiving dinner this year.

  • I’ve gotta thank youI’ve been playing for over 20 years, but I tend to get stuck in ruts often. Your lessons on YT have really opened up new ideas for me. You have a really clear and easily understandable teaching style. Thanks a lot!

  • Great tips! Coming from a binge-eating background, Thanksgiving can usually be a trigger for a lot of binge eaters and they tend to spiral out of control through the end of the year. If I portion it out, I am much less likely to have a binge and stay on track!

  • Berry cool. Now build a series of videos of your essential 5 blues boxes that teaches to build solos like this one using those boxes.

  • Thanks for this Anthony. it is really good for bending and timing training. I like the fact you know when NOT to play and when to come in. The SRV feel to the touch and tone is uncanny

  • The box approach isn’t bad, but as a guitar teacher for 25 years, I find that it makes students lazy. They don’t develop their ear. If instead, they focus on their major and minor scales (starting with pentatonic), understand their relationship (relative M & m) and then build their ear, they can play just as well as if you start them on the boxes.

    The boxes, I find, are great for teaching students a bit more advanced how bending fits in to the scales they’ve learned.

  • I just read your excerpt in Monitor magazine and came right over to your page. I love YouTube and am so excited to be a new subscriber. I am in my second year in a PsyD Clinical Psychology program and would love to see a video dedicated to getting through a doctoral program please!

  • Great video. I need a reminder of this every time I hear something that doesn’t fit into my value system. It’s super hard though when people are “on the attack”. That makes you want to fire back as well.

  • This is awesome! I know I’ve bee guilty of group polarization because it’s easier to just consume things that aren’t against my beliefs and values. I get angry too quickly but since starting college for the second time, I’ve become more open to diversity in my thoughts and hearing people out. Through therapy, I’m learning to put a brake on my feelings and slow down before making judgment. Including this strategy of acknowledging another person’s values before providing my own opinions is definitely the next thing I hope to incorporate into my life! Thanks Dr Mattu!!