Rapper Jim Jones Shares a Calisthenics Workout to Remain Suit at 45

Jim Jones has discovered a fountain of youth: health and fitness. The 45-yr-outdated Diplomats rapper credits his devotion in the health and fitness center to feeling improved now than he has at just about any position in his everyday living. “Suitable now, at 45, I truly feel improved than I did when I was 25 or it’s possible better than I was when I was 20.”

But as opposed to some other celebs who transform to education as a usually means to lean down after a career of touring and excess, Jones’ concentrate on exercise has been in support of bulking up. He explained to the MH crew that he’s received a “huge” volume of muscle mass due to the fact he’s manufactured doing work out a key precedence, packing on virtually 30 lbs in excess of the a long time. He is not completed still. “I’m wishing to place on a further five to 7 pounds to just take me back up to the 200 pound threshold,” he claims.

While he’s been lively due to the fact he was a teen—Jones states he was an athlete developing up—his principal inspiration to dedicate to schooling and health as a lifestyle arrived from his longtime beau Chrissy Lampkin. “She was like, little one boy, you happen to be gonna will need to set some excess weight on or this is not gonna perform,” Jones recounts. “So she was truly the initially person to just take me to a health club and teach me some workout regimens.”

That intro has turned into a bigger life style determination, with Jones even commencing his Vamp Fitt initiative to emphasize his coaching techniques. Below, he walks the MH workforce via one particular of his typical calisthenics routines. Just you should not expect to hit a

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Jerry Jones says Dan Quinn ‘would love’ Cowboys’ head coaching job, adds Mike McCarthy will be gone ‘someday’

Dan Quinn had multiple opportunities to potentially become an NFL head coach again this offseason before returning to the Cowboys as the team’s defensive coordinator. That’s partly because there’s a good chance he’ll soon be the Cowboys’ head coach. Or at least that’s what team owner Jerry Jones strongly suggested while addressing reporters this week, saying Quinn would “love” the job and is qualified for it, while acknowledging that current coach Mike McCarthy won’t always hold the post.

McCarthy, who just finished his second season on the job, received assurances in January that he’d remain the coach for the 2022 season, according to CBS Sports’ Patrik Walker, albeit with expectations of a deeper playoff run next year. Jones, meanwhile, has been a bit less publicly committal than CEO Stephen Jones, and his comments this week were another reminder. Calling Quinn’s return to the defensive coordinator job “a major coup,” the owner said he wanted other teams interested in Quinn “to be thinking that they were talking to a guy who could be head coach of the Cowboys.”

Jones, of course, acknowledged that McCarthy is the guy for now, and that he’s comfortable with the former Packers coach entering 2022 atop the staff. But he repeatedly left the door open for Quinn, the ex-Falcons head coach, to take over. His first hint came when referencing Quinn alongside former assistants Jason Garrett and Sean Payton, who were once also sought by other teams as potential head coaches.

“(Quinn) stays here because … every one of those three coaches have said they’d love to be the head coach of the Cowboys,” Jones

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Premier League predictions: Jones Knows says Chelsea will drop more points away to Wolves | Football News

Fresh from some midweek winners, Jones Knows takes aim at the Premier League matches this weekend with Chelsea, Man City and Liverpool in action on Sunday.

Any midweek winners for Jones Knows?

  • Aston Villa to win 2-0 vs Norwich at 8/1
  • Antonio Rudiger to have two or more shots vs Everton at 7/4
  • Arsenal to win 2-0 vs West Ham at 9/1
  • Southampton to win five or more corners at 5/4

Wolves vs Chelsea, Sunday 2pm

Chelsea are out to 8/1 with Sky Bet to win the Premier League title. They were 15/8 in November.

To some that might look an attractive price for the Champions League holders who are just four points off the top spot. However, over the past month there have been signs emerging that Thomas Tuchel’s boys are just a level below Manchester City and Liverpool, to the extent now that I’d be very surprised if they don’t finish third.

Tuchel was at a loss to explain how they didn’t comfortably beat Everton on Thursday, calling it a freak result. It’s true they found Jordan Pickford in top form but what worried me was their lack of sustained, quality attacks in the final 20 minutes when they were chasing a winner. It was the same in the 3-2 win over Leeds where two Jorginho penalties got them out of jail. Chelsea are seemingly finding it tough to break through low block defences without the influence and natural goal instincts of Romelu Lukaku.

And, well-organised low blow defences don’t come tighter than Wolves, who could be set to send Tuchel’s frustrations levels off the scale in this one. Bruno Lage’s team have conceded only 14 goals this season – only Chelsea, Man City and Liverpool have shipped fewer.

I can see this game going down a familiar

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