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Pete Knox
Attended Rutgers University
Lives in Cedar Knolls, NJ
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The look on Blake's face says it all. :)
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Awesome, and well explained - I'm definitely going to try this.
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. "All that is gold does not glitter, Not all those who wander are lost" J.R.R. Tolkien.
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Are you ready for a new season of Downton Abbey on MASTERPIECE? (More to come on Monday!) #DowntonPBS  
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Yay!! Can't wait....
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Do you by any chance know if this is only for European release or we'll be getting it in the US as well (and if so which carriers)?
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Excellent thanks. I guess I didn't catch that :)
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Great article - very informative.
 
Check out our #jiu-jitsu gi guide for everything you need to know about kimonos.
A jiu-jitsu gi or kimono may be just about the coolest piece of clothing you own.  It’s worn for one purpose – to train jiu-jitsu.  It’s made to be extremely du
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How Stress Can Change the Size of Our Brains and What We Can Do to Lower it.

Stress is actually good for you but it is prolonged stress with no end in sight that is bad. The options listed by the author +Belle Beth Cooper   to reduce stress are fine but my first option would be Qigong. You need an energy cultivation discipline that combines mind, body and breath. Incidentally Tai Chi is just an advanced form of Qigong.

http://blog.bufferapp.com/the-science-of-stress-how-its-breaking-down-your-body

#qigong   #taichi   #taiji   #stress   #health    #fk   #ft   #tw  
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  • Rutgers University
    Masters of Public Policy, 2010
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He who has a why to live can bear almost any how. - Friedrich Nietzsche
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Interested in martial arts, health and fitness, fantasy and sci fi, good music, history, science and philosophy.  
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Currently train Brazilian Jiu Jitsu at Team Renzo Gracie Denville, NJ (very much a beginner)
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I've been training here for almost a year and a half now, and it's even better than I imagined. Having studied some martial arts before (but not BJJ), I did a lot of research before deciding on RWMMA. What sealed the deal for me was that it feels like family - everybody helps each other. Since I've started I've lost some weight (and even more fat), increased both my strength and stamina, learned a new skill, and met quite a few interesting people. If you're a little bit older (I'm 44, was 43 when I started) and are thinking of giving it a try, I strongly recommend both BJJ and RWMMA. BJJ is a great art, and you can go at your own pace when you start. As someone who's a little older, I think it's important to pick a place to train that allows you to train at your level - some places are really geared more towards high-level competitors and people who want to fight MMA. A lot of times you end up being somebody's "sparring partner" and risk getting hurt, thus inhibiting your progress. While RWMMA does have people who compete at a high level (both in BJJ and MMA) that's not the only thing they do. They also train people like me who are primarily looking for fitness and fun. Again, I couldn't recommend it highly enough. It's definitely changed my life for the better.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Went last night for the first time about 8:30. It will not be the last. The beer menu is extensive, with everything from light pilsners and weissbeers to heavier offerings like Belgian doppel and trippel bocks. For anywhere that calls itself a brewpub that can be somewhat expected. What made me want to come back again was the food. Not only was it just as good as the beer, but it complemented it quite well. I had the meat plate and the pulled pork tater tots, both of which were outstanding. I am a very experienced beer person, but after my first order of a nice session beer, decided to put myself in the hands of my server to see how good his follow-up recommendations were. They were top notch, from the beginning to the end, and meshed well with my food choices. A great place, and I'll be back. The servers are top notch, and after talking to the chef, I can see he's committed. Strongly recommended.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
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