The Model Method

Recipes, HIIT and Pilates Exercises for Lifelong, Balanced Wellness

Author: Hollie Grant

Publisher: Hachette UK


Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 224

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'Hollie Grant, trainer to Deliciously Ella and Melissa Hemsley, is the new body coach on the block' Style 'The Model Method's effective combination of recipes and workouts will leave you feeling stronger, healthier and happier. Hollie is one of the best task-masters on the fitness scene, with a refreshing, balanced approach' Sweaty Betty Nourish, sweat and strengthen your way to lifelong wellness with award-winning Pilates instructor and chef Hollie Grant's balanced recipes and workouts. Hollie started The Model Method online plan after years of teaching her private clients so anyone can carry out the plan, anywhere. This beautiful book will follow on from the plan, showing the reader how to Nourish, Sweat and Strengthen for a healthier, stronger lifestyle. Nourish will provide readers with delicious and balanced recipes with easy-to-source ingredients to encourage readers to eat from all the food groups unless medically advised not to. As a former chef Hollie is strongly against 'diets' and feels that we should eat to nourish our bodies, not starve them. The Sweat part of the plan will be split into three key areas of the body so that the workout can be personalised to the readers' goals or weaknesses. All the workouts will include elements of both Pilates and HIIT. Pilates is amazing at toning and fixing postural issues but does not address the incredible health benefits you tend to only get from HIIT (including reduced risk of diabetes, heart disease and obesity). Strengthen provides Pilates exercises and descriptions of technique, progressions and regressions, muscles activated and why you would carry out that exercise. The book is designed to be personalised so will also teach the reader about their body, posture types and muscle imbalances, and which Pilates technique would be best for them. Above all, The Model Method is about how our bodies function and perform, rather than how they look, in order to encourage a healthy relationship with food and exercise.

The Stack Model Method (Grades 5–6)

An Intuitive and Creative Approach to Solving Word Problems

Author: Yan Kow Cheong

Publisher: MathPlus Publishing


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 200

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The Stack Model Method (Grades 3-4)

An Intuitive and Creative Approach to Solving Word Problems

Author: Yan Kow Cheong

Publisher: MathPlus Publishing


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction


View: 226

The Stack Model Method—An Intuitive and Creative Approach to Solving Word Problems (Grades 3–4) is the first title of a two-book series in Singapore math publishing, which comprehensively reveals the beauty and power of the stack model method as an intuitive and creative problem-solving strategy in solving non-routine questions and challenging word problems. Like the Singapore's bar model method, the stack model method allows word problems that were traditionally read in higher grades to be set in lower grades. The stack model method empowers younger readers with the higher-order thinking skills needed to solve word problems much earlier than they would normally acquire in school. Singapore's stack model method is a more creative and intuitive visualization problem-solving strategy than the bar model method. Brain-unfriendly word problems that are bar-model-unfriendly tend to lend themselves easily to the stack model method. Features of the Singapore math playbook are: ● Look-See Proofs for Kids ● Visible Thinking in Mathematics ● Advanced Visual Literacy ● Creative and Higher-Order Thinking Skills ● Alternative Solutions and Thought Processes The Stack Model Method would benefit all grades 3–4 students, teachers, and parents, as they acquaint themselves with this visualization problem-solving strategy to solve both routine and non-routine questions, while indirectly helping them to enhance their creative thinking and problem-solving skills in mathematics. Learn what the best grades 3–4 students in Singapore do in elementary math—you too can learn to solve the types of challenging questions they deal with every day in local schools and tuition centers island-wide.

Exploring the Health State of a Population by Dynamic Modeling Methods

Author: Christos H. Skiadas

Publisher: Springer


Category: Social Science

Page: 244

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This book introduces and applies the stochastic modeling techniques and the first exit time theory in demography through describing the theory related to the health state of a population and the introduced health state function. The book provides the derivation and classification of the human development stages. The data fitting techniques and related programs are also presented. Many new and old terms are explored and quantitatively estimated, especially the health state or “vitality” of a population, the deterioration and related functions, as well as healthy life expectancy. The book provides the appropriate comparative applications and statistics as connecting tools accompanied by the existing literature, and as such it will be a valuable source to demographers, health scientists, statisticians, economists and sociologists.

Computational Geometry - Methods, Algorithms and Applications

International Workshop on Computational Geometry CG '91 Bern, Switzerland, March 21-22, 1991. Proceedings

Author: International Workshop on Computational Geometry

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media


Category: Computers

Page: 320

View: 847

Radiocarbon After Four Decades: An Interdisciplinary Perspective commemorates the 40th anniversary of radiocarbon dating. The volume presents discussions of every aspect of this dating technique, as well as chronicles of its development and views of future advancements and applications. All of the 64 authors played major roles in establishment, development or application of this revolutionary scientific tool. The 35 chapters provide a solid foundation in the essential topics of radiocarbon dating: Historical Perspectives; The Natural Carbon Cycle; Instrumentation and Sample Preparation; Hydrology; Old World Archaeology; New World Archaeology; Earth Sciences; and Biomedical Applications.

The Singapore Model Method for Learning Mathematics

Author: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin School


Category: Education

Page: 136

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This monograph serves as a resource book on the Model Method. The main purpose is to make explicit how the Model Method is used to develop students' understanding of fundamental mathematics concepts and proficiency in solving basic mathematics word problems. Through the construction of a pictorial model to represent the known and unknown quantities and their relationships in a problem, students gain better understanding of the problem and develop their abilities in mathematical thinking and problem solving. This would provide a strong foundation for the learning of matheatics from the primary to secondary levels and beyond. This monograph also features the Mathematics Framework of the Singapore mathematics curriculum, and discusses the changes that it has undergone over the past two decades. These changes reflected the changing emphases, needs and challenges in the mathematics curriculum as we entered the 21s century.

Educational Neuroscience

Initiatives and Emerging Issues

Author: Kathryn E. Patten

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons


Category: Education

Page: 120

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Educational Neuroscience provides an overview of the wide range of recent initiatives in educational neuroscience, examining a variety of methodological concerns, issues, and directions. Encourages interdisciplinary perspectives in educational neuroscience Contributions from leading researchers examine key issues relating to educational neuroscience and mind, brain, and education more generally Promotes a theoretical and empirical base for the subject area Explores a range of methods available to researchers Identifies agencies, organizations, and associations facilitating development in the field Reveals a variety of on-going efforts to establish theories, models, methods, ethics, and a common language

The Philosophical Foundations of Royaume France

The Model, Method, and Process of Devotion to St. Joan of Arc and St. Thérèse of Lisieux

Author: Walter Adams




Page: 130

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In what I want to think as the final segment in the documenting of my life's project, The Kingdom Blessed of St. Joan and St. Thérèse, I am closing the loop here with an explanation of the model, method, and process that brought about this Kingdom, one I call Royaume France, through devotion to St. Joan of Arc and St. Thérèse of Lisieux. Using St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, Edith Stein, as my mentor, along with her "step-by-step" methodology, I am putting down what will surely prove to be an abysmally inadequate model. But a model it is.Others have asked questions that led me to wonder if there is an objective way to follow the Trail of the Dogmatic Creed with St. Joan and St. Thérèse, or if it is simply the subjective Phenomenology of one individual. Given Stein's Phenomenological bias toward objectivity, I am making my case for the same.I cannot imagine but that these steps will make the system of my life's project whole, but I have been wrong on that more than once. Walter Adams