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    Fm 7-22 Regulation

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    Let's stop fighting the inventible APFT and understand what Physical Readiness Training is. First, PRT stands for Physical Readiness Training. FM 7-22 is a type of Physical Readiness Training. Comments like "I hate PRT" "I don't like doing PRT" only signifies that these people do not fully understand PRT and how it can differ from FM 7-22. FM 7-22 is the Army's Physical Readiness Training book but understand that this FM does not limit the unit's of doing other exercises. But it should be utilized because it incorporates movements geared towards tactical movements and outlines progressional principles which can be very instrumental when enhancing physical readiness. PRT comes in different forms - deadlifts, long/short distance runs, KB training, weightlifting, powerlifting, stretching and mobility work. FM 7-22 does not have powerlifting or Olympic lifts that you typically see in competition or with elite athletes because most of the Army population lacks the basics of physical training such as something as simple as functional movements and full range of motion. Before we get stronger or faster - movement pattern needs to be analyzed and weak areas need to be addressed and worked on. FM 7-22 is a guideline NOT a regulation. It outlines what we need to focus on depending on our mission. Precision, progression and integration is a THING! Not just an Army thing but principles that program design follows for tactical athletes. You don't have to do every single exercise nor do…

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    On March 18, 2012, an unlikely group of men gathered at 3:30 am in the Mormon town of Huntsville, Utah. They were Catholic Monks of the Order of Cicstercians of the Strict Observance (Trappists) performing a routine most of them have been doing for more than 60 years; rising in the middle of the night to attend Vigils and to pray together by chanting Psalms and doing the readings of the Divine Office. That night, an even more improbable person participated in the Liturgy of the Hours—a…

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    Bodily Movement Analysis

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    children’s song is placed in a prominent place in the service apparently by the pastor. It appears this may have been a theme for multiple Sundays so that it’s appearance here would not have been a surprise to the worshippers. But even this innocuous tune has a little pizzazz added to it by the worship leader. This is where we might turn to Paul Hiebert (Rathe, Music and Meaning) with his idea of critical contextualization. The idea that the pastor and/or worship leader can be the guides for…

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    This paper aims to discuss the viewpoints of worship and why the church service preference makes the most sense for the traditional church served in Ramer, Alabama. It first will explore the different worship lifestyle of service point of views. This paper will look at the issues involved in the religion services and why the service does not or need to change its ' style of formality. The worship of many congregations has distinct worshiping methods. Some worship leaders modify the style of…

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    is shaped around the shared practices of baptism, proclamation of the Word and the celebration of the Eucharist. These practice share while being presented contextually relevant liturgies share universal meaning that unites the body of Christ through their practice by the power of the Holy Spirit. Consequently, a liturgical ecclesiology has great potential for the ecumenical movement to see the foreshadowed unity present in the sacraments a reality in the life of…

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    into what is practiced today? As stated by the Archdiocese of Saint Paul Minneapolis, “the word liturgy comes from a Greek term meaning public work or work done on behalf of the people” (2014). In regards to the Catholicism, this definition can be interpreted as contributing to the church as a follower of the Catholic faith. The Liturgy of the Eucharist, which was evident in the St Mary of the Cross MacKillop Mass, originated from the Last Supper. This sacred event is significant to the Catholic…

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    Michele Gelaude Friday, June 26, 2015 THEO 60250: Intro to Early Church Themes within the Martyrdom of Saint Polycarp Martyrdom, having its prominence during the third and fourth centuries, lasted for approximately 300 years under many different rulers. Emperors were intolerant toward Christianity and responded by putting Christians on trial, asking them to deny their faith or lose their life. The Christian martyrs who clung to their Christian faith showed the Spirit at work with…

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    required skills for entrepreneurs. These are the key aspects of accomplishing the ulterior motives and goals that has been set. That is to say, no matter how unethical the situation is, the industry business will attempt to make us perceive their own beliefs. In the play, Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare, Shylock whom is a Venetian merchant made a deal with a Christian merchant named Antonio to fulfill the desires of his close friend “Bassanio”. Moreover, this Shakespearian play…

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    in its many forms in popular culture. Fifty Shades of Grey is a renowned trilogy among the younger generation that explores a peculiar relationship between Christian Grey, a sex crazed Multimillionaire and Anastasia Steele, an inexperienced English literature college graduate. The start of their relationship is questionable on many grounds; does she understand the risk of this potential liaison and how it could affect her emotionally, mentally, and physically? The same can be said for Tess…

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    Learning to live a Christian life is one thing, but living out what we have learned is another story. As Christians, I think we have a greater responsibility because we know how the world should look, and we need to step up and lead the people around us. In order to share the gospel with others, we have to take a look at what God is calling us to do. Leading others consists of knowing what the Christian life looks like, sharing that with others, and staying faithful and truthful in what we say…

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