The Machine’s New 120 Get The Mind Right, Push the boundaries

 

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The Machine’s New 120: Get Your Mind Right, Push the Limits When we say, “Go 120%,” it means much more than what you might think it means. 100% is a BS number. How do.

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Get ready to give it all you got in this killer 20-Min Push Workout. Believe it or not, it’s a full-body push strength workout packed with AJ’s favorite push exercises. A push exercise is one where you push the weight away from your body btw. This workout style is quick, effective, and most of all fun!

There’s something amazing about mind muscle connection where you don’t need to do so many different machines by simply focusing on the muscle you’re trying to target. Get your mind right. So get your mind right, grab your gallon water jug, warm up, and let’s get to work!! What are timed sets? For timed sets, simply set a timer or pick a song and perform rep after rep until the timer goes off or the song ends. (1-3 minutes a set) Rest for a minute or two, then get right back to work for 1-3 sets of 3-5 exercises.

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For the next year or two I became obsessed with pushing the machine to the limits.”128

“Breakout: How Atari 8-Bit Computers Defined a Generation” by Jamie Lendino
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New songs, new ideas, new machines are what creativity is all about.23

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What’s fascinating about the Madness machine, though, is the degree to which they were able to balance promotional activities – both collectively and individually – with their personal lives and other commitments.

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Barrett envisaged taking the machine to extremes never dreamt of by Binson engineers, and set about producing infinite echoes.

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That machine set the tempo and was used to create the concept of new riffs and feel, which is why the rhythm is so precise when you listen to certain tracks.

“Wailing Blues: The Story of Bob Marley's Wailers” by John Masouri
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Precisely because programming the machine is so complicated, the 303 tends to generate inspired errors and happy accidents, in much the same way that chaos theory generates complex phenomena out of simple iterated processes.

“Generation Ecstasy: Into the World of Techno and Rave Culture” by Simon Reynolds
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In fact, “The Machine” is an ambitious, ornate number, kicking off with smoothly repetitive, looping piano that also provides transitions between verses, hopped up by pouncing synthesizer.

“Torment Saint: The Life of Elliott Smith” by William Todd Schultz
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An additional encouragement was the performance of the new 125 machine.

“Mick Walker's German Racing Motorcycles” by Mick Walker
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In fact, it is from one such contemporary 303-laden track that I derive the title of my paper: Fatboy Slim’s “Everybody Needs a 303” (1997), subsequently released as a remix (also by Fatboy Slim) entitled “Everybody Loves a Filter.”5

“Digital Media: Transformations in Human Communication” by Paul Messaris, Lee Humphreys
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Peter Lang, 2006

The punk pretends to be a soft machine, but the machine is savage and intractable.

“Storming the Reality Studio: A Casebook of Cyberpunk and Postmodern Science Fiction” by Larry McCaffery, J. G. Ballard, Richard Kadrey, Kathy Acker
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Duke University Press, 1991

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  • He was the most intense training bodybuilder ever…a beast ��️ in the gym..a guy who was also smart and new what training techniques to enhance his body type.. high tech training… I’m a black man but Dorian is my favourite Mr Olympia ever, a prime Yates beats today’s guys he was a beast for the ages..��

  • Dorian was the most intelligent bodybuilder. He knew he didn’t have the physique of flex, the lines and symmetry of Ray, or even the wow factor of levrones delts BUT he got as big as possible and combined that with razor sharp conditioning. Yates dedication to his craft is what separated him from his more gifted competitors.

  • I’m 50, Recently joined a gym to get in shape. First thing I noticed… Phones are killing everybody’s workout. Do one set, then 7 minutes on the smartphone. Unbelievable.

  • Keren Banget Aseli deh. Apalagi Kalo pas Alas Roban nya ditayangin Liputannya. Tambah Mantap… Hehehe.
    Kapan ya bisa Kaya Begitu. Hehehe

  • You can really tell how their brains work differently to most people, like how ilmango’s eyes are always going all over the place. It’s really interesting.

  • Ilmango: A guy from Germany with insane knowladge about tnt bombing machines and insane redstone contraptions.
    FBI: sees Ilmango’s storage data and plans
    Also FBI: VISIBLE BRUH

  • No one trained harder than Dorian. Not Ronnie, Branch, no one. I dont care how hard they pushed themselves, none of those bodybuilder ever pushed past positive failure. Dorian always pushes to negative failure, that made him the most intense bb ever.

  • I’m sorry but nasser el sonbaty looked way better than Dorian in the 96, 97 Olympia! Not to mention so many other greats in the 90s that didn’t get the sandow even though they were all as good or even better than Dorian!

  • This is what happens when you train in a dungeon in Birmingham, England. His competition in California worked out on the beach in perfect weather with beach babes everywhere. Dorion knew this and used this as his advantage. What.A.Lad. LEGEND.

  • So nice that they were trying their hardest to speak in “public” like this. It’s pretty obvious that they’re more used to being behind a computer than live on YouTube, but some of them really seemed to be facing their fears and limits there. All of them are clearly geniuses, but as it often is with geniuses, they tend to be more introverted. Also, they were speaking in a second language, not their mother tongue, and all of that while talking about really complicated contraptions. So, congrats on the great presentation, guys!

  • I remember the first time we all saw Dorian in the magazines of the day. We were totally blown away. He was the man. No one had that THICKNESS coupled with perfect proportion. He paved the way for the generation to come for sure…

  • When you uh do the um you take the you do the thing and like where you are uh and you uh and there’s uh like um you uh the thing… yeah…