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Singapore-based visual artist and art instructor Ivan Hoo uses colored pencils and pastels to create awesome illustrations on wood panels that are both photorealistic and anamorphic. Hoo’s meticulous drawings look so incredibly lifelike that, when the finished pieces are paired with the actual objects depicted in the drawings, it’s tricky to tell which is real and which is the drawing.

“By working on wood, it gives me a lot of dimension and ideas to create something close to reality and it works really well with pastels, too” Hoo explains. “I started to experiment on wood some years back with mainly portraits as my subject before going further with a different concept.”

Follow Ivan Hoo on Instagram to check out more of his astonishing artwork.

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TIPS for Dealing with Muscle Soreness
1) Active Recovery or Yoga: Light, easy cross training such as cycling or swimming can help ease muscle soreness and speed recovery. Stretching and simple yoga exercises can help as well.
2) Foam Rolling or Massage: Gentle massage can help increase blood flow to the muscles and encourage recovery.  Here’s an article on foam rolling.
3) Wait it out: The soreness will lessen each day.  Post marathon, it’s best to rest and wait out any soreness.  It’s harder to rest completely in the middle of  a training cycle (or when you’re scheduled to teach spin the next day!)
4) Compression: I love my calf sleeves and recovery socks.  I could have used compression shorts or tights yesterday!
5) Ice: Although research hasn’t proven with certainty that ice helps reduce soreness, many athletes believe it makes a difference.
6) Anti-Inflammatories: Taking Ibuprofen or an equivalent won’t necessarily speed up the healing process, but it can make you feel better.
 7) Embrace the pain: DOMS is part of the adaptive process.  It’s almost inevitable for beginners, and happens less often with time, but is always a sign that your body was challenged and doesn’t have to be a bad thing!
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TIPS for Dealing with Muscle Soreness

1) Active Recovery or Yoga: Light, easy cross training such as cycling or swimming can help ease muscle soreness and speed recovery. Stretching and simple yoga exercises can help as well.

2) Foam Rolling or Massage: Gentle massage can help increase blood flow to the muscles and encourage recovery.  Here’s an article on foam rolling.

3) Wait it out: The soreness will lessen each day.  Post marathon, it’s best to rest and wait out any soreness.  It’s harder to rest completely in the middle of  a training cycle (or when you’re scheduled to teach spin the next day!)

4) Compression: I love my calf sleeves and recovery socks.  I could have used compression shorts or tights yesterday!

5) Ice: Although research hasn’t proven with certainty that ice helps reduce soreness, many athletes believe it makes a difference.

6) Anti-Inflammatories: Taking Ibuprofen or an equivalent won’t necessarily speed up the healing process, but it can make you feel better.

 7) Embrace the pain: DOMS is part of the adaptive process.  It’s almost inevitable for beginners, and happens less often with time, but is always a sign that your body was challenged and doesn’t have to be a bad thing!

You can prevent DOMS altogether by increasing your workouts gradually, warming up before exercising, and avoiding major changes in the type or extent of your exercise.

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TIPS for Dealing with Muscle Soreness
1) Active Recovery or Yoga: Light, easy cross training such as cycling or swimming can help ease muscle soreness and speed recovery. Stretching and simple yoga exercises can help as well.
2) Foam Rolling or Massage: Gentle massage can help increase blood flow to the muscles and encourage recovery.  Here’s an article on foam rolling.
3) Wait it out: The soreness will lessen each day.  Post marathon, it’s best to rest and wait out any soreness.  It’s harder to rest completely in the middle of  a training cycle (or when you’re scheduled to teach spin the next day!)
4) Compression: I love my calf sleeves and recovery socks.  I could have used compression shorts or tights yesterday!
5) Ice: Although research hasn’t proven with certainty that ice helps reduce soreness, many athletes believe it makes a difference.
6) Anti-Inflammatories: Taking Ibuprofen or an equivalent won’t necessarily speed up the healing process, but it can make you feel better.
 7) Embrace the pain: DOMS is part of the adaptive process.  It’s almost inevitable for beginners, and happens less often with time, but is always a sign that your body was challenged and doesn’t have to be a bad thing!
You can prevent DOMS altogether by increasing your workouts gradually, warming up before exercising, and avoiding major changes in the type or extent of your exercise.
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keep-pushing-harder:

TIPS for Dealing with Muscle Soreness

1) Active Recovery or Yoga: Light, easy cross training such as cycling or swimming can help ease muscle soreness and speed recovery. Stretching and simple yoga exercises can help as well.

2) Foam Rolling or Massage: Gentle massage can help increase blood flow to the muscles and encourage recovery.  Here’s an article on foam rolling.

3) Wait it out: The soreness will lessen each day.  Post marathon, it’s best to rest and wait out any soreness.  It’s harder to rest completely in the middle of  a training cycle (or when you’re scheduled to teach spin the next day!)

4) Compression: I love my calf sleeves and recovery socks.  I could have used compression shorts or tights yesterday!

5) Ice: Although research hasn’t proven with certainty that ice helps reduce soreness, many athletes believe it makes a difference.

6) Anti-Inflammatories: Taking Ibuprofen or an equivalent won’t necessarily speed up the healing process, but it can make you feel better.

 7) Embrace the pain: DOMS is part of the adaptive process.  It’s almost inevitable for beginners, and happens less often with time, but is always a sign that your body was challenged and doesn’t have to be a bad thing!

You can prevent DOMS altogether by increasing your workouts gradually, warming up before exercising, and avoiding major changes in the type or extent of your exercise.

<3 <3 <3 SUCH  a great website!

source

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Toe curling…

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