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Back in 1994 when the Tom Hanks' classic 'Forrest Gump' hit the theatres, many of us were either too young or too naive to completely appreciate the movie for the marvel that it was. We went back to it years later, often a number of times over the years because it that good, and invigorating and inspiring! View this post on Instagram Happy Birthday @TomHanks! Treat yourself to a Dr. Pepper. A post shared by Forrest Gump (@forrestgumpfilm) on Jul 9, 2018 at 9:11am PDT Tom Hanks as Forrest Gump - the honest and kind to a fault man - took us for a ride that's bound to stick to every individual who has laid their eyes on this film even once. Cut to 2019, and Aamir Khan is all set to star in the Bollywood remake of this classic movie which is going to be called 'Laal Singh Chaddha'. Aamir made the announcement yesterday on the occasion of his 54th birthday and fans are elated! Not only will a turban-clad Aamir essay the titular role in the film, he will also be producing it alongside Viacom 18 Motion Pictures. View this post on Instagram Thanks @avigowariker You always shoot me well. And this time I have my hand on the focus... so no stress ;-) #Repost @avigowariker ã»ã»ã» Here's wishing you a very very HappyBirthday AK! Your 'helping hand' has always been there for me ... quite literally in this picture ! Love you Aamirð. Wish you many healthy & happy years ahead in this “reverse aging” phase of yours!! @_aamirkhan âª#HappyBirthdayAamirKhan #Photoshoot #Monochrome #BlackAndWhite #AamirKhan #HumanEffect #Framing #Composition #Reflection #InstaDaily #potd A post shared by Aamir Khan (@_aamirkhan) on Mar 14, 2019 at 7:00am PDT Talking about the desi adaptation of the film, Aamir told the media, “ "I have always loved 'Forrest Gump' as a script. It is a wonderful story about this character. It is a life-affirming story. It is a feel-good film. It is a film for the whole family." As per latest reports, 'Laal Singh Chaddha' will hit the theatres in 2020, and Aamir will be dropping close to 20 kgs for his character. The film will be directed by 'Secret Superstar' director Advait Chandan and shall be written by Atul Kulkarni. (c) Twitter Aamir told PTI, “We have started the prep work on the film. The shoot will start from October. I will be prepping for six months. I have to lose weight. I will be losing 20 kgs. I have to be lean and slim." We have too many good memories attached to the film, and given Aamir's previous record (let's cut him some slack for 'Thugs Of Hindostan' please), we are expecting some great things from Aamir Khan and 'Laal Singh Chaddha'.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsHitting back can actually get confusing for some people. It's a large muscle group, with too many exercises and no idea about what loads to choose. Here let me briefly chop up some tips for you first and then I'll let you know a killer back exercise. How To Go About Choosing The Exercises To Completely Hit The 'Back Muscles' © Pixabay 1) First things first: there's no point doing every damn back exercise on the same damn day. Pick the ones you FEEL the most. By 'feel' I mean the exercises that really make you feel like your back is all up in action and doing what you want it to do. No more than 3 are optimum, given the fact you go hard throughout all sets for these. 2) Stop doing 'marathon reps'. If you are doing up to 15+ reps on an exercise, you are not doing anything. Definitely not hypertrophy work. Control rep speed, feel the stretch and contract on every rep, breathe properly and maintain proper form. Cut down the reps to 8-10. 3) Have a vertical pulling, horizontal rowing and a bent over pulling action exercise. Progressively overload on every exercise. Incorporate these 3 tips while training your back and you will feel the difference. Low reps means lesser fatigue, controlled rep speed means consistent mechanical tension and more loads mean more muscle tissue damage. The Neutral Grip 'Paused' Pull Downs © Amazon So here it is. This is the exercise that I don't see getting its full due. This great 'lat builder' is called the neutral grip 'paused' pull downs. This exercise adds to your strength and size all while increasing mobility across the shoulder and the back region. How To Do It Set up the neutral grip that you usually use for seated rowing on a lat pull down pulley. Tuck yourself into the seat and pull straight down. Where to include the pause? Both when your lats are stretched out on the top (2-3 seconds) and when they are contracted upon pulling down (3-4 seconds). Sounds brutal? Well, it sure is. Use the weight that you can handle best and don't compromise your form. © PubMed As you can see in the above image, these pull downs fire up the pectorals, biceps, and the rear deltoids too.
Disclaimer: No employee was hurt while writing this story. But this thread did hit us right in the feels. Did you know that in Austria, many companies have an 8 to 5 shift and people are encouraged to leave at 3 PM on Fridays? No? Did you know that the German government has certain regulations in place to ensure its citizens don't overwork themselves, such as not working more than 48 hours a week and no work on Sundays and national holidays? © Pexels Did you know that Amazon's India chief urged his colleagues and employees to stop responding to work mails or calls after 6 PM? No! Ok, do you know your boss might have bombarded your inbox with multiple messages and work mails as you read this story? Sadly, the latter happens to be the work-culture more of us are a part of. In this dynamic and fast-paced world with cut-throat competition, maintaining work-life balance is harder than that summer body you worked for. No matter how efficient you are in your job, there will always be something or someone because of which your boss will judge you and look down on you. This Twitter thread brilliantly documents the struggles of every Indian employee and the unrealistic expectations our bosses have from us. I absolutely despise how Indian companies and founders, with no concept of life-work balance, shame employees for taking leaves and having a life outside work. Calls on weekends, guilting a person during and post leave, infinite power games. Shameful. — Sukhada (@appadappajappa) August 26, 2018 It all started when a Twitter user named Sukhada, tweeted about how Indian companies have no work-life balance and shame the employees for taking leaves and having a life outside work, a scenario that most of us have experienced in our jobs. And of course, there are jerks who proudly claim that when they got married, they were at work THE VERY NEXT DAY. The day we stop having founders and bosses like this, we can perhaps *start* to talk about mental health at workplaces. — Sukhada (@appadappajappa) August 26, 2018 Her tweet opened a barrage of frustration of employees, which they had bottled up until now. I felt like I was back in a school atmosphere in my first job. Project heads the teachers and we the students. Also you either join in the company retreat or come to a empty office to feed biometrics 9 to 5. Also the brown-nosingð¤¦ — sakkir (@_whosane_) August 26, 2018 This is not just start-ups either. Established cos do the same - of course no one explicitly says 'come on weekends' but when the employees who take 1000 breaks & stay late to show off gets a promotion over those who work efficiently & leave on time, the msg is crystal clear. Sad — Maya Mahadevan (@mayamahadevan) August 26, 2018 I've had to report into extremely sadistic people. So this post is very triggering for me — Protima Rodrigues (@PEyogagirl) August 26, 2018 I guess 90% of professionals face this issue. When we work for them & sacrifice our woffs at times then it's OK with them. Few days of leave as if we asked for share in their shitty property. — NI3 (@NI3INDIAN) August 26, 2018 Do you guys love your job or do these stories sound similar to yours?
A hashtag by the name of #strugglesofamillenial' was recently trending on Twitter, and while our parents keep telling us that we have it easier than they did, we secretly know that the truth is far beyond this statement. Here's a round up of our favourite struggles which made us shout 'that's me'! Being the most educated generation throughout history. #StrugglesOfAMillennial — Brian J Farnsworth (@BrianJF_Dubs) July 11, 2018 Having to listen to non-millennials sit and complain about how lazy millennials are while you are doing both your work AND theirs.#StrugglesOfAMillennial — Scrittore (@Scrittore18) July 10, 2018 This is too real and every parent should read this please #StrugglesOfAMillennial being described as “entitled“ by generations who enjoyed affordable housing, High interest rates, good/attainable jobs with benefits which required little education, clean air and good music. — danny kean (@dannykeanmusic) July 10, 2018 How about never being able to buy a fuckin' house?#StrugglesOfAMillennial — Dirtbox Murphy (@NeilMurphy327) July 10, 2018 #StrugglesOfAMillennial being called lazy by the generation that raised me. — Just Heather (@dishs_up) July 10, 2018 Yeah, what does this even mean? Constantly being categorized as a child when really you're 30, married, have a career and a home ð¤·ð»âï¸ #StrugglesOfAMillennial — Ericka (@ericka_HD) July 10, 2018 Okay, guilty of doing this! Waiting to eat their food before they artistically photograph it. #StrugglesOfAMillennial pic.twitter.com/QS7je52tSN — Lil Ranna Anna (@RannaRoyalAnna) July 10, 2018 #StrugglesOfAMillennial I forgot to put an emoji at the end of my message and I think now they hate me. — Mia Cortesse (@Miacortesse) July 10, 2018 Tired of being tagged as a 'millenial'? Well, endure it for a little longer my friend, since this prejudice is not going anywhere.