Do you ever get lost in the night sky? I start putting our physical existence into perspective. I visualize our moon orbiting the earth, and the earth orbiting the sun. The massive scale of all of this amazes me, but then I visualize zooming out further into the universe. What a reminder of how small we actually are. The moon is ~246,000 miles from us. Light travels at ~186,000 miles per second. That light we see on the moon just hit it ~1.3 seconds ago. The sun? Over 93 MILLION miles away. 1.3 MILLION earths would fit inside this massive burning sphere of (mostly) hydrogen. Pretty amazing! 🌎🌖🌞☄️✨
Back Squat | 325lb x 4 | FORM PR 🏋 ECSTATIC about my mobility gains. Years of battling my body's restrictions and getting under the bar is finally beginning to reap a reward. I've progressed very modestly with the weight I'm lifting to reduce the risk of injury and to ensure that I put form over any sort of ego. I could care less about the weight I lift -- it's all about how much weight I can properly control. That's my philosophy on sustainable exercise and it guarantees functionality in the long-term. @legionath @bjgaddour #teamlegion
Repost from @jimmyshomof because this picture is just BADASS 😱😎👍 They're riding the new SeaDoo RXT-X 300 -- that's 300 horsepower. This beast has a 1.6L supercharged engine and does 0-60mph in 3.8 seconds. Talk about FAST.