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Shield, common (requires attunement)
This simple wooden shield is perfectly balanced and thrums faintly with magic.
While attuned to this shield you can use your action to throw it. The shield has a range of 20/40 and deals bludgeoning damage equal to 1d10. The magic inside the shield then activates, causing it to bounce to another target. The second target must be within 10ft of the first target. You make another attack roll with the shield and on hit, the second target takes 1d8 bludgeoning damage. The attacks made with this weapon are strength-based.
You can then use your bonus action to call the shield back to your hand. As the shield flies rapidly back to you, you must make a DC 15 Dexterity saving throw. On a failure, the shield slams into your chest, dealing 1d6 bludgeoning damage.
GUILDFORD JUMPCE CLASSES!
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🌟 £5 First Jump
🌟 Ages 13+ 🌟 Fun fitness! Fab for beginners. Jump to your own level!! High cardio with lots of energy, it’s a low impact class so kind to ankles, knees and hips, and TONS OF FUN! A great way to get fitter, tone up, and lose any extra calories with TONS of health benefits! 🌟 BOOKING ESSENTIAL. 🌟 Classes taken by fully qualified fitness instructors only. 🌟CLASSES also in GODALMING & CRANLEIGH
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Have you ever started the day and felt like you just want to go straight back to bed? For whatever reason - you slept badly, the house is freezing, your kids are screaming at each other, or everything just seems to be *against* you in some way?
What do you do in those situations?
This morning I was rudely awoken by my lovely pair hauling their bedroom furniture downstairs. At first I tried to ignore it and let them get on with it (I can’t tell you how many times this approach has actually saved my sanity!) but mum-mode kicked in and I soon found myself trying to reason calmly with one autistic in full meltdown and another highly sensitive bawling her eyes out. They “just wanted to have fun” apparently. So, I decided to pivot on our entire plans for the day and take them for a damned good bouncing session. At least that might save them from using our furniture for this purpose...
It’s so easy to react to stress, and to avoid what you KNOW are going to be stressful situations. Going to a trampoline park at half term is my idea of hell in pretty much every way. And I HADN’T slept well, and I’m pre-menstrual so even more sensitive than usual.
But I made the choice because I could see it was the path of least resistance, and I knew I could manage it if I just made the choice.
So even, despite the facts:
❌We were almost late waiting on a friend to join us
❌The parking was absolutely chaotic and ‘a bit of a bun fight’
❌The toilets were MUCH to be desired, and the lockers didn’t work
❌The entire place was heaving
❌The music was loud, and pounding ❌The cafe/ viewing platform was packed, and I couldn’t get a seat anywhere, and twice I missed out because someone stole in in front of me!! - despite all this, I found my centre, breathed from my diaphragm, said a little prayer and found my appreciation for the situation, letting myself really feel it in my heart and belly, and spreading through my entire body.
Instantly a seat opened up, and I gratefully sat down, stuck in my headphones and drowned out the stressful beats with my own serotonin-release binaural beats. My nervous system dropped another [CONTINUED BELOW...]
I giorni seguenti ad un allenamento intenso, specie se dopo un periodo di stop, non è raro sperimentare dell’indolenzimento muscolare di vario grado, fino ad avere difficoltà nelle mansioni più semplici della vita quotidiana (salire le scale, vi ricorda qualcosa?).
Ebbene troppo spesso si attribuiscono questi dolori all’acido lattico, prodotto del catabolismo del glucosio durante un esercizio anaerobico, appunto lattacido. Questo tanto odiato composto chimico poco c’entra con i vostri dolori, ma è piuttosto quello che vi ferma quando correte un 400m sprint, o in un Fran sotto i 3’. Viene rapidamente smaltito dal circolo sanguigno (ecco perchè il coach vi dice di fare defaticamento su una macchina cardio ad easy pace, facendo circolare più sangue ai muscoli e velocizzando lo smaltimento dello stesso), portato al fegato e ritrasformato in piruvato, e poi glucosio, tramite il ciclo di Cori in un processo anabolico chiamato Gluconeogenesi. In 60’ o meno, a seconda della vostra condizione fisica, non ci sono più quantità significative di acido lattico nel vostro sangue.
Se non è l’acido lattico, perchè il giorno dopo di un E2MOM x 10’ 10 rep di tempo squat non cammino? Al prossimo post….
Scritto da @davide.giusti4