We started super bare with about 15k worth of equipment from Rogue and have built up slowly over the years. Now we have a huge space with 3 separate workout areas, multiple rigs, platforms, weights, sleds etc. We have stuff that rarely ever gets used (yokes, atlas stones, sandbags.) The point is, start small and just build as you go.
I was naturally a perfectionist and wanted to ‘learn it all’. To me, getting ‘The Highest General Average’ was the ultimate achievement, at least in my mind. My parents could see me walk up the Church aisle at June graduation to receive a little ribbon.
In high school German, we were taught habe Hunger. Meaning I am hungry. It is neat to consider the difference between eating to make the hunger go away versus eating to nourish our bodies.. SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileNew figures indicate the federal government hopes to reduce overall immigration next year by five per cent, mainly by cutting back on family reunification visas.Figures from Citizenship and Immigration Canada show the government will issue about 11,000 visas this year to parents and grandparents of Canadian residents, down from more than 16,000 last year.Richard Kurland, the Vancouver based immigration lawyer who filed the access to information request, told CBC News the slashed rate and the 140,000 applicants already in the queue mean a parent could wait 13 years for a visa if he or she were to apply today.”Frankly, there’s a better chance of the parents seeing a coffin before a Canadian visa,” he said.Read more:CBC Community members have already weighed in in the story’s comments:My parents immigrated and did not bring in their whole family so that their parents and grandparents did not abuse our systems!Wonder why our medical costs are spiraling?Handsome BobLet’s dispense with the pleasantries and call a spade a spade: a number of comments posted here, including the top “agreed” ones, have a pure and simple agenda of xenophobia and racism.The hypocrisy is all the more stunning considering that most Canadians, and chances are this includes these commentators, have at least one living ancestor who is an immigrant. Not only that but if these people actually had an education, they would know that the consensus view in economics is that immigration is in fact benefiting them. I am not anti immigration, I have worked with people from all over the globe in Toronto and have respect for the hard work and dedication to their families, and the respect shown to customs, laws and traditions of Canada.