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Sculpture by Tania Font (Palamós, Girona, 1978) Follow...

Simple Stretching for Lower Back Pain that You Can Do At Home

Stretching for lower back pain is a very common practice. Most people do it straight in the morning, right after waking up and are often implementing a far too rigorous stretching routine. This is not the best way to do it. Stretching can be a great tool in improving your lower back health. But what if I tell you that the way you’re stretching could actually cause more trouble instead of preventing it in the long-term? The Golden Rules Of Stretching For Lower Back Pain ‘Primum non nocere.’ / EN: ‘First, do no harm.’ – Key principle in medicine. If you have lower back pain, stretching is generally a good idea. But remember to keep certain principles in mind. You don’t want to harm yourself. You want to effectively ease your pain. Always stretch warmed up . Remember, you’re damaging your muscles when you’re stretching. Make sure your muscles are warmed up so they’re able to deal with stress better. To warm up, simply go walking in fast pace for 10 minutes before you start to str

The CEO's Secret To Moving Up the Corporate Career Ladder

Let’s face it, many try to climb the career ladder, but few succeed. As the CEO of Lifehack, I’ve seen a lot of employees trying to rise higher in their career, but unfortunately, the majority of them fail. What causes people to fail? In my experience, many of the people failing acted too aggressively – putting the bulk of their emphasis only on opportunities where they believed they could get promoted. On the other hand, some failures were too passive. They just did their jobs, while secretly hoping that they would get promoted one day. It rarely works like this. After many years watching the winners and losers, it’s clear to me that putting exclusive focus on climbing up the career ladder leads to failure. When a person’s eyes are on the ultimate result only (to be at the ‘highest point’ in their career), they tend to neglect important things like: personal growth, skills development and cooperation with other people. Not only do they neglect these things, but they fail to realiz

Splatter Art by Hua TunanHua Tunan was born in 1991 in Foshan,... crss

Splatter Art by Hua Tunan Hua Tunan was born in 1991 in Foshan, China. He left the country to study graphic design at the Raffles Design Institute in Singapore, but he said the coursework bored him. When he saw street artists spray-painting the sides of alley walls and old buildings, he tried his hand at the craft. He said the technique reminded him of ink wash painting, an ancient Chinese art form similar to calligraphy that his father taught him when Tunan was a young boy. “When I use the spray paint, I can think it’s like a Chinese brush,” he said. He has since developed his own unique style that blends Western graffiti with Chinese brush strokes, using the spray paint to mimic ink splashes. Companies from Adidas to Louis Vuitton have used Tunan’s work for advertisements. Enjoy past street art features and follow us on Twitter . posted by tu recepcja   via crss

Splatter Art by Hua TunanHua Tunan was born in 1991 in Foshan,...

Splatter Art by Hua Tunan Hua Tunan was born in 1991 in Foshan, China. He left the country to study graphic design at the Raffles Design Institute in Singapore, but he said the coursework bored him. When he saw street artists spray-painting the sides of alley walls and old buildings, he tried his hand at the craft. He said the technique reminded him of ink wash painting, an ancient Chinese art form similar to calligraphy that his father taught him when Tunan was a young boy. “When I use the spray paint, I can think it’s like a Chinese brush,” he said. He has since developed his own unique style that blends Western graffiti with Chinese brush strokes, using the spray paint to mimic ink splashes. Companies from Adidas to Louis Vuitton have used Tunan’s work for advertisements. Enjoy past street art features and follow us on Twitter . posted by tu recepcja   via

crossconnectmag: Artist: Ernest Pignon-Ernest Ernest... crss

crossconnectmag : Artist: Ernest Pignon-Ernest Ernest Pignon-Ernest (born 1942) is a Fluxus and Situastionist French artist, born in Nice. Since 1966, using paste-ups, he creates ephemeral images on the walls of the large cities that make echo the events there. He is one of the initiators of the Urban Art in France, 25 years before Banksy , and as much as sensitive to injustices. His themes cover abortion (Tours, Nice, Paris, 1975), expelled people (Paris, 1979), AIDS ( Soweto, 2002), The Apartheid and what happened in Nagasaki / Hiroshima. His main inspiration comes from Caravaggio and we can say that he masters his technic.  Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original Art Selected by Very Private Art crss

crossconnectmag: Artist: Ernest Pignon-Ernest Ernest...

crossconnectmag : Artist: Ernest Pignon-Ernest Ernest Pignon-Ernest (born 1942) is a Fluxus and Situastionist French artist, born in Nice. Since 1966, using paste-ups, he creates ephemeral images on the walls of the large cities that make echo the events there. He is one of the initiators of the Urban Art in France, 25 years before Banksy , and as much as sensitive to injustices. His themes cover abortion (Tours, Nice, Paris, 1975), expelled people (Paris, 1979), AIDS ( Soweto, 2002), The Apartheid and what happened in Nagasaki / Hiroshima. His main inspiration comes from Caravaggio and we can say that he masters his technic.  Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original Art Selected by Very Private Art