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We are well into the summer and the temperature is sweltering, there is nothing better to do but be lazy and de-stress. This monthly mix comes to you from Sergio Pari, he’s an Antidote staff favourite. I’m sure if you’re by the pool today turn this up loud and enjoy!

SERGIO PARI – DAMSEL IN DE-STRESS – A MIX FOR ANTIDOTE MAGAZINE SUMMER 2015 by Antidote_Magazine on Mixcloud

Myth #1: Longer Workouts = Better Workouts
With most goals exercise quality is more important than quantity. Smart exercise will always take precedent over long exercise. Each workout has 2 primary variables: intensity and duration. Try to workout at a certain intensity so the duration is limited.
Not controlling your workout intensity and spending too much time in the gym is actually bad for your body because your body will produce excess stress hormones which will hinder the recovery process.

September 1, 2015 @ 11:11am by Nana

artenders aren’t yet celebrities in the same sense as Chefs, but if you’ve been paying attention to cocktail culture over the past few years, there are a few names you’ll continue to hear.
As the craft of bartending has continued to rise since the late 90s, the new revival can be traced to the teachings of one man, Mr Dale DeGroff.

We all burn, burn, burn with the desire for fame. But what would we do once we had it?
Most pop stars play the game. They know the rules, and they stick to them, mostly. There’s some bending, but only enough to make them stand out just enough to carve their own spot in the ocean of our cultural attention span.

I’m sure you’ve read through countless articles regarding the new N.W.A. biopic Straight Outta Compton. Most major music publications have taken fistfuls of inspiration to paint a new picture of the iconic yet controversial rap group. Along with the new limelight shone on the men behind the music, dark clouds have also started to circle.

Who says songwriting has to be conventional? Sure, it’s all well and good to follow a displayed structure to prevent any alienation between fans, but in order to stand out among the crowd, why not stir the pot a little? Why is it that we tend to only remember a song’s chorus?