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With out going too much into my life’s story I will explain where it is I come from and what purpose, I hope, this book will have in your own Forex trading career. At the time of writing this book I am 28 years old, recently moved from the UK to Johannesburg and have been trading forex full time for 1 year. Before becoming a full time forex trader I worked for 6 years as a software installation engineer for an IBM business partner in the UK. It was during this time I discovered forex and put every spare second of my time into learning how to trade. I became so obsessed with trading and so bored with my computer job; my then boss offered me a redundancy package. I am sure anyone who has left a regular monthly salary to follow a dream of independence can tell you there are a few emotions involved, as there are with most types of change. At the end of the day I think I was as relieved to be leaving my job as my company were to see me go. Throughout my early life I was made well aware of the amount of stress and hardship that can result from having to slave your life away for a salary you are barely able to support yourself with. As soon as I was able to work I got a job in computers, it was easy fast cash and there was no way I was doing a three to five year university degree in how not to have money. From the time I started working it was always my intention to work hard for a few years, save my money and then live off the interest, (such a great idea, but so naïve). As soon as I had some money saved I began looking on the internet for investments that would let me retire within 5 years. I believe I must have thrown away $30,000 - $40,000 to crooks basically; there is not other word for them. Stupid I know, but my belief in this was so strong I failed to see why these investments would not work; this same strong belief has kept me going with this whole forex thing despite that fact I did not make a cent for many years. This brings me to the purpose of this book. In my early 20’s, I had some money, I was working as an IT consultant, I had no formal education other than high school and I dedicated my entire personnel life, for many years, to learning to make money from the forex market. During the 6 years of my life I have spent on this I have been through the mill as regards online forex trading and it is the purpose of this book to share my experiences with you so your experiences may be better than mine. I can tell you now the world of on line forex trading is full of sharks. Having experienced this I can safely say I am an honest, easily fooled person, I just do not understand how some one can sell lies for money or trick you out of your money; especially if they do it for a living. It just amazes me what people are like when it comes to money, there are a number of phrases to describe these people, (I would like to see what they put on their CVs). The first chapters of this book deal with my experiences of these people. I have not mentioned names as having anything further to do with these people is the last thing I want, if however you would like to know specifics please email me. I can tell you now I know the tricks; I have spent $1000s on online e-books and forex trading systems and alert services. I could quiet easily write an e-book called “Proven Forex System” make up a load of BS and sell it for $100, this of course would be supported by a flashy website and a bit of on line marketing, or even worst I could offer a managed account service and then just tell you I lost your money. I am not going to do any of these, (forex trading system, on line alert service, managed account service), if you would like these I will recommend a number of providers who will be more than happy to take your money. There is so much misinformation or inadequate information on the internet, marketing and advertising of the forex market are 2nd to none, and they have made it so easy for you to give your money to ...
It started with a disagreement between friends at school. Then came threatening phone calls at home. Finally, taunting and name-calling on Facebook and Twitter. By the end of a 24- to 48-hour period, Cara Cockerham had called the Fishers Police Department, and she had shut down her 13-year-old daughter’s Facebook page. Although the incident happened three years ago, when her daughter was a seventh-grader, Cockerham said the memory is still fresh.
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Published by the Iowa High School Athletic Association The keys to developing wrestling potential are a healthy, balanced diet, acquiring the needed wrestling skills, proper conditioning, and getting adequate rest. By following sound advice about wrestling nutrition and weight control, wrestlers can improve their performance on the mat and in the classroom. The benefits of proper nutrition and weight control, to the mind and the body, have been well documented. Likewise, the hazards of extreme weight loss and poor nutritional habits are also well documented. Mood swings, irritability, decrease in academic performance, and loss of athletic performance can all result from extreme weight loss and poor nutritional habits. The best weight for wrestlers, or anyone for that matter, is one that is safe and can be comfortably maintained by eating a healthy, balanced diet. Wrestlers should be able to concentrate more on developing wrestling skills, than on maintaining, or losing, weight. Those who spend more time thinking about food than wrestling are probably trying to lose too much weight and/or eating the wrong foods. Appropriate wrestling weight is that weight which can be maintained by eating a healthy, balanced diet. Seven percent (7%) body fat has been established by many medical authorities across the country as the safe, minimal percent body fat for high school wrestlers. Body fat testing is the only scientific method of predicting a safe, minimal wrestling weight. By losing weight too quickly, or going below 7% body fat, a wrestler risks losing muscle along with fat. This results in decreased muscular endurance and strength. Not every wrestler can, or should, attempt to reach 7% body fat. Most high school wrestlers will perform very well at a body fat percentage above 7%. If a wrestler is above 7% body fat, there is no reason to believe that wrestling performance will improve simply by losing weight. The Iowa High School Athletic Association’s Body Composition Testing Rule states, “The lowest certifiable wrestling weight of each wrestler will be determined by predicting a wrestler’s weight at 7% body fat, minus 3% body weight (due to the approximate error in testing methods).” A wrestler’s lowest certifiable weight is not necessarily the weight he should be trying to achieve, but it is the minimum, safe weight he could achieve under ideal circumstances. If a wrestler does decide to lose weight to reach their lowest, certifiable weight, they should lose no more than 2-3 pounds per week. The only way the body can lose more than 3 pounds a week is through dehydration and excessively 1 restricted food intake. Both of these practices cause the body to lose muscle and water along with the fat. Dehydration and excessively restricted food intake result in decreased strength, muscular endurance, stamina, and concentration. Dehydration is the most detrimental method of losing weight and causes the most rapid decrease in strength, endurance, and mental alertness. Research indicates that the loss of as little as 2% of one's body weight through dehydration can cause significant performance loss! A 2% weight loss for someone weighing 150 pounds is only 3 pounds! To prevent dehydration, the use of rubber, vinyl, and plastic suits, saunas, whirlpools, diuretics, or other methods of quick weight loss must be eliminated. They are against the rules, hurt performance, and can prove to be dangerous to one's health. A simple, effective method of determining adequate hydration is to check the color of one’s urine! Yellow urine indicates dehydration and pale, or clear urine, indicates adequate hydration. The following guidelines will also help ensure proper hydration: 1) drink at least 8, 8 ounce glasses of fluids a day, 2) drink 5-6 swallows of fluids every 15-20 minutes during exercise, 3) for each pound of weight lost during practice, drink 2, 8 ounce glasses of fluids, 4) thirst is a poor indicator of how much to drink; drink more than just enough to ...