As a scathing grand jury report reveals that hundreds of #Catholicpriests in the state of #Pennsylvania sexually abused young children, a portion focuses specifically on #Pittsburgh where nearly 100 priests are accused of running a pedophile ring where they helped each other prey on helpless children with no oversight.
The report claims that at least 99 priests in the Pittsburgh Diocese were involved in the pedophile ring—nine of whom were not named—and they received help from local officials who refused to explore investigations into the abuse because it was considered “bad publicity” for the #CatholicChurch.
The priests are accused of working together in a predatory ring that was ongoing for years in which they “manufactured #childpornography, shared intelligence on victims and gave large gold crosses to certain boys to mark them as already being ‘groomed,’ for abuse,” according to a report from Penn Live.
The accusations have been around for decades, and one of the earliest reports dates back to 1964 when a child attempted to report the horrific abuse he endured at the hands of a priest in his church, and former Beaver County District Attorney Robert Masters shut down the investigation and insisted that the church needed to handle it from within.
The church did handle it—by simply sending the accused pedophile, Father Ernest Paone, to a different diocese where he continued in his career and was later given direct access to young boys again. The accusations from 1964 were not the first time Paone had been called out either, and the report from Penn Live claimed that “church officials had extensive knowledge of Paone’s sexual conduct with children as early as 1962 and questions about his ‘emotional and physical health’ as early as the 1950s when he was in seminary.” Unfortunately, Paone’s story is not unique, and the Catholic Church has a disturbing history of looking the other way and blindly reassigning pedophile priests who had been accused of sexually abusing children and choosing to continue to give them access to vulnerable children. #God1st#LedByTheSpirit#TheEverlastingGospel#SundayLaw#TheSundayLawIsComing#EllenGWhite#SpiritOfProphecy#TheAntiC
3 machines 6 different exercise!!!
Let’s build those legs and booty strong 💪🏼 🔥....
How you already know every machine we can use on so many different ways ,this once are my favourite 🙌🏻!
⚠️IMPORTANT BEFORE YOU START !!
•When you working in this two machines DON’T LOCK OUT YOUR KNEES!! Keep the legs steady and strong .If you think this is too heavy for you,lower the weights🤗.
This exercise will target all your legs and booty muscles 🔥🍑...
DONT FORGET TO TAG YOUR GYM FRIENDS!!
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// Bodyweight Work //
6 Bodyweight Moves
Targeting Core, Legs and Glutes
1️⃣ X 15 per side
2️⃣ X 15 per side
3️⃣ X 15 per side
4️⃣ X 10 per side
5️⃣ X 10 per side
6️⃣ X 10 per side
🔁 3 rounds
TIGHT AB TUESDAY (Home AB workout) | See what I did there? Yeah I’m scrapping the barrel for a clever title to lure you into this post - hopefully it worked. I think it’s important to clear some things up about the abs because there seems to be an obsession with them in our society (further perpetuated by my posting of them). Scroll to the bottom of this caption if you want a breakdown of the sets and reps - read on if you have an attention span unaffected by social media.
Earlier this year I hosted one of my favourite talks to date on Abs (and how their shape and definition can be down to Genetics), along with why I think that it’s more important to focus on stronger glutes, than trying to attain a ‘6-Pack’. The size of your muscle bellies along with the length of the tendons within the ab area will determine the shape and visibility of your abs. This explains why some people barely need to exercise at all to have visible lines down their stomach.
Another thing that’s important to remember is that you can have a banging six pack but a weak core (it’s very rare that you’ll have perky glutes that are weak). So just because your favourite fitspo has abs, does not mean that they have a well functioning transverse abdominus (the deepest layer of your abskis - kind of like a corset). So I’m sharing this cheeky ab sequence in the hopes that yes you will feel inspired to train your abs, but that you won’t overly focus your precious exercise time on getting a 6 pack - and rather work towards a tighter core and perkier and stronger butt - because it’s important and it WILL PROTECT YO’ NECK AND BACK AND KNEES.
Swipe for individual exercises - Try each exercise for 20-30 reps, resting between 30-45 seconds between each exercise. Repeat for 3 sets.
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