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Tomorrow is the most important thing in life. Comes into us at midnight very clean. It's perfect when it arrives and it puts itself in our hands. It hopes we've learned something from yesterday. ~John Wayne



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Pilot fights a surly crosswind during landing. All three primary flight controls working near their limits.



Flight is the process by which an object moves, through an atmosphere (the air in the case of earth) or beyond it (as in the case of spaceflight) without direct support from any surface. This can be achieved by generating aerodynamic lift, propulsive thrust, aerostatically using buoyancy, or by ballistic movement.
Many things fly, from natural aviators such as birds, bats and insects to human inventions such as missiles, aircraft such as airplanes, helicopters and balloons, to rockets such as spacecraft.
The engineering aspects of flight are studied in aerospace engineering which is subdivided into aeronautics, the study of vehicles that travel through the air, and astronautics, the study of vehicles that travel through space, and in ballistics, the study of the flight of projectiles.

Humans have managed to construct lighter than air vehicles that raise off the ground and fly, due to their buoyancy in air.
An aerostat is a system that remains aloft primarily through the use of buoyancy to give an aircraft the same overall density as air. Aerostats include free balloons, airships, and moored balloons. An aerostat's main structural component is its envelope, a lightweight skin containing a lifting gas[1][2] to provide buoyancy, to which other components are attached.
Aerostats are so named because they use "aerostatic" lift, a buoyant force that does not require lateral movement through the surrounding air mass. By contrast, aerodynes primarily use aerodynamic lift, which requires the lateral movement of at least some part of the aircraft through the surrounding air mass.


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* “You will never have this day again so make it count!”*



Flight is the process by which an object moves, through an atmosphere (the air in the case of earth) or beyond it (as in the case of spaceflight) without direct support from any surface. This can be achieved by generating aerodynamic lift, propulsive thrust, aerostatically using buoyancy, or by ballistic movement.
Many things fly, from natural aviators such as birds, bats and insects to human inventions such as missiles, aircraft such as airplanes, helicopters and balloons, to rockets such as spacecraft.
The engineering aspects of flight are studied in aerospace engineering which is subdivided into aeronautics, the study of vehicles that travel through the air, and astronautics, the study of vehicles that travel through space, and in ballistics, the study of the flight of projectiles.

Humans have managed to construct lighter than air vehicles that raise off the ground and fly, due to their buoyancy in air.
An aerostat is a system that remains aloft primarily through the use of buoyancy to give an aircraft the same overall density as air. Aerostats include free balloons, airships, and moored balloons. An aerostat's main structural component is its envelope, a lightweight skin containing a lifting gas[1][2] to provide buoyancy, to which other components are attached.
Aerostats are so named because they use "aerostatic" lift, a buoyant force that does not require lateral movement through the surrounding air mass. By contrast, aerodynes primarily use aerodynamic lift, which requires the lateral movement of at least some part of the aircraft through the surrounding air mass.


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*"People who are grounded in calm focus, thoughtful action, and regard for others make good decisions and exhibit strategic leadership.” * #DavidLPeterson #AnchorMgmt #GroundedBook http://goo.gl/bvAL3H
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The Internet of Things and the Right to Record

Today there are over 5 billion connected devices in the world that make up the Internet of Things (IoT). Research firms like IDC and Gartner predict that within five years’ time, this number will skyrocket to 25 billion. Although we often think of the ways these IoT devices can make our lives easier, make our homes smarter, improve manufacturing, and even revolutionize healthcare, there are some uses for IoT that aren’t as straightforward.
 
One of these, is how IoT has changed our ability to record the world around us, and immediately share what we capture. Combined with social media, this ‘right to record’ has brought into question when it is appropriate or not appropriate to record. More importantly, is it legal?

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Chris first discovered his inner athlete as a varsity high school runner. The grueling training schedule and repetitive running motion validated the need for a varied performance enhancement program with an emphasis on movement mechanics and balanced strength. Four years later, after managing the Fairfield University men’s basketball team in college, Chris began his fitness coaching career in Boston, MA in 2007. Since then, he has coached hundreds of diverse clients all seeking better health, better movement, and better performance.

A watershed moment in Chris’ training career occurred in 2010 when he trained for six months under Mike Boyle, former head strength and conditioning coach for the Boston Bruins, Boston Red Sox, and Boston University Hockey. Says Chris on the experience: 

“I had always been an athlete, and then through avid study and private client work, I became a capable club trainer. It wasn’t until my experience with Mike and his staff, however, where I became a coach who could transform lives. Trainers are for horses! Being a coach means being a discerning critical thinker who can deeply understand a client's needs and goals and lead them to success. Becoming empowered to empower people is something I am grateful to have learned at Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning.”
After MBSC, Chris spent two years working with the NBA’s strength and conditioning coaches where he directly studied NBA players Tim Duncan, Ray Allen, Jeff Green, Ricky Rubio, and Jimmer Fredette among others. Working directly under former San Antonio Spurs’ strength coach and 4-time NBA Champion, Mike Brungardt, and current Miami Heat strength coach and 3-time NBA Champion, Bill Foran, the experience provided a behind the scenes foray into the world of elite fitness with some of the world’s most talented athletes. It also led to the 2013 founding of Chris Doherty Fitness in New York City.

When not training clients, Chris enjoys pursuing his own diverse fitness efforts. Despite a more traditional strength and conditioning background, he attends regular classes at Crossfit Wall Street and the occasional Barry’s Bootcamp class to keep things fresh. Outside of the gym, Chris enjoys traveling to Las Vegas, rock music, NYC dining, and is an avid golfer. 

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"What will be the most important to us? What will we really need if we have a crisis? What are the tools we must have?” #DavidLPeterson #AnchorMgmt #GroundedBook http://goo.gl/bvAL3H
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Dumbbell Single Arm Row

Choose a flat bench and place a dumbbell on each side of it.
Place the right leg on top of the end of the bench, bend your torso forward from the waist until your upper body is parallel to the floor, and place your right hand on the other end of the bench for support.
Use the left hand to pick up the dumbbell on the floor and hold the weight while keeping your lower back straight. The palm of the hand should be facing your torso. This will be your starting position.
Pull the resistance straight up to the side of your chest, keeping your upper arm close to your side and keeping the torso stationary. Breathe out as you perform this step. Tip: Concentrate on squeezing the back muscles once you reach the full contracted position. Also, make sure that the force is performed with the back muscles and not the arms. Finally, the upper torso should remain stationary and only the arms should move. The forearms should do no other work except for holding the dumbbell; therefore do not try to pull the dumbbell up using the forearms.
Lower the resistance straight down to the starting position. Breathe in as you perform this step.
Repeat the movement for the specified amount of repetitions.
Switch sides and repeat again with the other arm.A watershed moment in Chris’ training career occurred in 2010 when he trained for six months under Mike Boyle, former head strength and conditioning coach for the Boston Bruins, Boston Red Sox, and Boston University Hockey. Says Chris on the experience: 

“I had always been an athlete, and then through avid study and private client work, I became a capable club trainer. It wasn’t until my experience with Mike and his staff, however, where I became a coach who could transform lives. Trainers are for horses! Being a coach means being a discerning critical thinker who can deeply understand a client's needs and goals and lead them to success. Becoming empowered to empower people is something I am grateful to have learned at Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning.”
After MBSC, Chris spent two years working with the NBA’s strength and conditioning coaches where he directly studied NBA players Tim Duncan, Ray Allen, Jeff Green, Ricky Rubio, and Jimmer Fredette among others. Working directly under former San Antonio Spurs’ strength coach and 4-time NBA Champion, Mike Brungardt, and current Miami Heat strength coach and 3-time NBA Champion, Bill Foran, the experience provided a behind the scenes foray into the world of elite fitness with some of the world’s most talented athletes. It also led to the 2013 founding of Chris Doherty Fitness in New York City.

When not training clients, Chris enjoys pursuing his own diverse fitness efforts. Despite a more traditional strength and conditioning background, he attends regular classes at Crossfit Wall Street and the occasional Barry’s Bootcamp class to keep things fresh. Outside of the gym, Chris enjoys traveling to Las Vegas, rock music, NYC dining, and is an avid golfer. 

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Chris first discovered his inner athlete as a varsity high school runner. The grueling training schedule and repetitive running motion validated the need for a varied performance enhancement program with an emphasis on movement mechanics and balanced strength. Four years later, after managing the Fairfield University men’s basketball team in college, Chris began his fitness coaching career in Boston, MA in 2007. Since then, he has coached hundreds of diverse clients all seeking better health, better movement, and better performance.

A watershed moment in Chris’ training career occurred in 2010 when he trained for six months under Mike Boyle, former head strength and conditioning coach for the Boston Bruins, Boston Red Sox, and Boston University Hockey. Says Chris on the experience: 

“I had always been an athlete, and then through avid study and private client work, I became a capable club trainer. It wasn’t until my experience with Mike and his staff, however, where I became a coach who could transform lives. Trainers are for horses! Being a coach means being a discerning critical thinker who can deeply understand a client's needs and goals and lead them to success. Becoming empowered to empower people is something I am grateful to have learned at Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning.”
After MBSC, Chris spent two years working with the NBA’s strength and conditioning coaches where he directly studied NBA players Tim Duncan, Ray Allen, Jeff Green, Ricky Rubio, and Jimmer Fredette among others. Working directly under former San Antonio Spurs’ strength coach and 4-time NBA Champion, Mike Brungardt, and current Miami Heat strength coach and 3-time NBA Champion, Bill Foran, the experience provided a behind the scenes foray into the world of elite fitness with some of the world’s most talented athletes. It also led to the 2013 founding of Chris Doherty Fitness in New York City.

When not training clients, Chris enjoys pursuing his own diverse fitness efforts. Despite a more traditional strength and conditioning background, he attends regular classes at Crossfit Wall Street and the occasional Barry’s Bootcamp class to keep things fresh. Outside of the gym, Chris enjoys traveling to Las Vegas, rock music, NYC dining, and is an avid golfer. 

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Internet of Things - No Longer a Futuristic Concept

When you read or hear about the Internet of Things (IoT), do you imagine that we’re not quite in an age where such a concept is able to be fully realized? Have you ever pointed towards the fragmentation in the market regarding devices and services, or even the complexity of IoT, and questioned how concepts like the connected home could be adopted on a widespread scale?
If you’re still questioning IoT at this point, then it’s possible that you’re simply not looking closely enough. Many of the products and services that you’re using are already a part of IoT.
Microsoft’s Office suite is a connected service on IoT, Apple’s ecosystem is IoT to the core, and even your late model vehicle is likely connected to IoT in some way. In the consumer world, IoT is simply the reality of all your devices being connected; from your game console, to your cellular phone, the computer in your office and on your coffee table, and even your automated home lighting, air conditioning, and garage door.
IoT as a concept was first described over 20 years ago by researchers at MIT. They spoke of a future where devices and sensors would collect and share data. There’s a reason why it is a buzzword today. Data capabilities, the decreasing cost of hardware, and the widespread adoption of the internet have made IoT possible for consumers, businesses, and large organizations across the world.

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