Cómo desarmar un iPod Nano 6G con instrumentos caseros.

¡Hoy abriré mi iPod Nano 6g con instrumentos que tengo en casa! ❤

Mi idea es abrir el iPod para ver qué tiene dentro, limpiarlo un poco y ver si así puedo hacer que la pantalla táctil responda. Así que si querés abrir el iPod para cambiarle la pantalla táctil o la batería, limpiarlo o simplemente ver qué trae por dentro, este es el tutorial que deberías de seguir.

Necesitarás una pistola para cabello, un cuchillo y te recomiendo tener un poco largas las uñas. 🙂

En este tutorial no gastarás nada de dinero, solamente te llevará como 40 minutos a una hora abrir y armar el iPod.

Sin embargo, si necesitas cambiar la pantalla táctil, necesitas comprar una, su precio ronda los $50USD y tendrías que mandarla a pedir al extranjero.

Espero que este pequeño tutorial te ayude a abrir y cerrar tu iPod Nano 6g con herramientas que ya tienes en casa. ❤

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Hice Pilates por 28 días y esto fue lo que pasó.

Si necesitas usar tus ojos para hacer otras cosas en este instante, puedes escuchar este artículo en lugar de verlo en video o leerlo. Solo haz clic en el triángulo de la izquierda para escucharme hablar. 🙂

Ya sé qué es lo que pasa cuando haces Pilates por 28 días. Me dediqué a responderme esta pregunta porque anteriormente había hecho Pilates pero de forma relajada, tomando varios días libres entre cada sesión. Así que mi duda era: ¿qué pasaría con mi cuerpo si hacía Pilates por 28 días?

Empecé el 9 de Marzo de 2019 con la toma de medidas y la primera sesión. Y al día siguiente regresé al mat y volví a entrenar. Y al día siguiente también. Así estuve por 10 días hasta que sufrí un asalto y mi cabeza ya no estuvo muy bien. En esa semana, tenía que concentrarme para un parcial y no podía. Me tardé todo un día en hacer 3 ejercicios porque no podía poner mi cabeza en silencio.

Tuve que modificar muchas cosas de mi vida: los entrenos, mi forma de dormir, estudiar, transportarme a mis lugares de siempre, muchas cosas. Todo para seguir funcionando lo mejor que podía hasta tener un tiempo de poder dejar aflorar todo lo que me había estado pasando.

Tantas modificaciones tuve que hacer que, cuando me di cuenta, estaba 4 días por detrás del reto. Y tuve que ponerme las pilas para poderlo terminar. En lugar de entrenar una sesión por día (4 rondas), empecé a hacer una sesión y la mitad (6 rondas) para salir a tiempo.

Hice todas las modificaciones de las que te hablo por agentes externos que, lastimosamente, se instalaron en mi interior. Pero quiero que sepas que este reto de los Pilates por 28 días NACIÓ de mi interior, por lo tanto, era más importante cumplir la promesa conmigo que dejar que todos estos agentes externos incubaran. Así que puse todos esos sentimientos en pausa hasta tener un tiempo para poder lidiar con ellos.

Izquierda de color aqua: 9 de Marzo de 2019. Derecha de color negro: 6 de Abril de 2019. En las dos fotografías peso 77kg.

Y aunque logré terminar el reto y estoy orgullosa de haberlo terminado y cumplí la promesa que me hice y aunque obtuve algunos resultados (en el artículo de “Hoy termino el reto de los Pilates por 28 días con la toma de medidas” te cuento que bajé 6 medidas de 12 y que no bajé de peso), los resultados no son sorprendentes puesto que el ejercicio solamente representa el 20% de lo que puedes lograr cuando cambias a hábitos más saludables. La mayoría se logra con la comida. Y yo no le he puesto atención a la comida últimamente.

En las dos fotografías peso 77kg. Solo rebajé: 1cm en el bíceps derecho, 2cm de cintura, 1cm en el muslo izquierdo, 3cm en el torso, 5cm de pecho y 2cm de vientre.

Así que en mis conclusiones te cuento que:

  1. No me veo entrenando Pilates todos los días. Los Pilates sí funcionan para divertirme y para fortalecerme y para despejarme, pero no para rebajar de peso (al menos no para mí, al menos este nivel en particular no me funcionó para bajar de peso a mí), aunque sí para rebajar algunas medidas. Sin embargo, la forma en la que quedo drenada para después o para el siguiente día, no siento que valga la pena para lo poco que logro con esas sudadas.
  2. Sí me veo entrenando un día sí y un día no. Aunque en términos de peso no logré nada, en términos de condición física y cómo me veo en el espejo sí cambié algo. Así que los Pilates sí seguirán formando parte de mi vida, solo que no todos los días. La prueba más real que tuve de reconocer que mi condición física era mejor que antes fue, que a la mitad del reto, tomé mi bicicleta para moverme y necesitaba subir 5 cuestas para llegar a mi destino. Hace 2 años tenía que bajarme de la bicicleta en las cuestas para poder subirlas caminando, esta vez pude subirlas sin necesidad de bajarme.
  3. Sí me veo practicando ejercicios más dinámicos. Una de las cosas que me he dado cuenta es que cada tipo de ejercicio tiene su etapa en tu vida. El yoga me ayudó muchísimo a salir de mis lesiones. Los pilates me ayudaron muchísimo para salir de los 89kg. Quizás es momento de buscar algo más dinámico si quiero seguir viendo mejoras en mí. He encontrado una entrenadora que hace ejercicios más aeróbicos y voy a intentar hacer algunas de sus sesiones. Ella es la que lanzó el reto de los 100 burpees que hice hace poco. Y no descarto la posibilidad de regresar a nadar. Me divertía muchísimo con la natación y ahora me divierto mucho con la bicicleta. Me gusta estar en movimiento aunque ese movimiento yo lo haga lento. Aunque planee mantener los Pilates y el Yoga conmigo en menor medida, sí me veo practicando ejercicios más dinámicos, también.
  4. Sé que hice el nivel 2 de Pilates y sé que me pasaron muchas cosas en este mes que quizás ayudaron a que mi cuerpo se aferrara al peso que tenía. Quiero hacer el reto de Pilates por 28 días con el nivel 3 en el futuro y también quiero hacer el reto de Pilates + comida saludable por 28 días. Quiero estar segura que los resultados que obtuve esta vez corresponden a una situación puntual y que no son la regla. Así que más adelante, viene el reto de Pilates por 28 días con el nivel 3.
  5. He derrotado una estructura mental que me instalaron desde pequeña, en la que te dicen que si estás pasada de peso, necesitas sudar y hacer ejercicio y que ya con eso, lo vas a lograr. Claramente no es así. Necesitas checar la comida al mismo tiempo y, es más, debes de ponerle más atención a la comida que al ejercicio. Eso es lo que hice la primera vez que hice el reto de la comida por 28 días, solo hice 9 sesiones de entreno pero fui muy disciplinada con la comida y bajé 9kg.
  6. Sí me veo poniéndole atención a la comida en el futuro. Sí planeo regresar a mis hábitos alimenticios saludables y limpios en el futuro. Ahorita no lo he hecho y casi no he comido los vegetales y frutas que debería. Pero sí me veo regresando a cocinar limpiamente en cantidades industriales para tener suficiente comida para agarrar en toda la semana.
  7. Vivo en Latinoamérica y sé que si una persona tiene los deseos de rebajar, compra con sus ahorros un programa como este, entrena todos los días con la mejor actitud y, aunque al final se vea mejor en el espejo, si su báscula no le dice lo mismo, esa persona se va a sentir frustrada. En Latinoamérica, tristemente, la salud se dicta con la báscula, así que si alguien hace lo mejor que puede y logra lo que yo logré esta vez con este reto en particular, esa persona va a sentir que no vale la pena. Es por eso que, a partir de ahora, he decidido NO recomendar los programas de Pilates, por lo menos hasta comprobar lo que te cuento en la conclusión 4. He prometido recomendar solo cosas que haya probado, me gusten, me hagan feliz y me den resultados. Y aunque obtuve resultados, no son palpables en báscula. Y dado que la mayoría de personas que me leen están en Latinoamérica, sé que la báscula es el primer instrumento que nos han dicho que indica la salud. No quiero que cuando el doctor te diga que necesitas perder peso, pongas fe en algo que no me funcionó y sientas frustración y te enojes conmigo. Prefiero que sepas que no voy a recomendar los programas de Pilates (por eso este artículo no tiene enlaces a ningún lugar para comprar el nivel de Pilates que hice) y voy a seguir probando cosas hasta encontrar algo que funcione y poder recomendarlo abiertamente. Por el momento, yo NO voy a recomendar los programas de Pilates y mucho menos te voy a recomendar que los compres.

Esto es todo por el momento, ojalá que te haya gustado todo lo que descubrí en el reto de Pilates por 28 días.

Te mando un abrazo y espero que tu personaje favorito de Game of Thrones sobreviva al capítulo de hoy.

K.

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0.4x wide angle lens.

I talked with my classmates about the 0.4x wide angle and how I didn’t clearly understand photo math like I said in this post: https://queith.net/2018/10/02/i-got-a-wide-angle-clip-lens-for-my-phone/

It seems that I’m looking 0.4x smaller and that’s why I can see a lot of extra footage behind me.

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Marco Polo helped us improve our communication.

Being two adults, living 4 countries away and having lived apart for 24 years has really messed up our relationship. But since we’re still alive, we want to work on that. My brother started using this app and immediately recommended it to me. We have ourselves on Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp… but, somehow, our conversations over there seemed very professional and distant. That’s not how you communicate with family. With family you share black and whites, good looking and just getting up, happy moments and not so happy ones, but also you do it quick.

Facebook told me to edit my life and share only the greatness.
Instagram told me to work on my photography skills to only share like worthy pictures.
WhatsApp told me to only write what’s important.

What happens to everything in between that makes life so dramatically intense or boring or tedious or frustrating? Is there a digital place where you can share something without pretending to have it altogether? Well, I think we found it. Marco Polo is an app that shares little chunks of your life with the people you care. My brother and I are using it to share those little chunks and understand the other’s life. At the beginning I was trying to find the best light and angle, because that’s what I’m used to. But then I remembered: this is my brother, he will love me with my double chin and my greasy face!

So, I started sending him Polos waking up, after shower, before my eye surgery, after my eye surgery looking like a mummy, with a messy bun, with my messy waves, after yoga, after class, after swimming, etc. This app gave me the liberty to show my brother my unfiltered life so he can know me better. We talk about what’s important and what’s not, we talk about what matters to each one of us and what doesn’t, we talk about what we’re doing and what we’re about to, just as he was right by my side.

One of the things that I entirely loved when he came home was one night. I needed to study for my Applied Geology lab and he needed to do some things on his phone. So, we were together in the living room but we were respecting the other’s activity. We wanted to be together but we wanted to respect’s the others time. And with Marco Polo I feel the same. He can talk to me and I can catch him live or I can wait until I have a little break to watch his message. And as our updates are quick, I know we’re respecting each other’s time.

Marco Polo is like a video walkie talkie. You press a button, record yourself and your message, and press a button to finish. And that’s it. It’s not complicated.

I started using it, besides of my brother’s recommendation, because it was an editor’s election (it’s a reviewed app by Google) and has a lot of downloads in the Google Play. But I have to recognize I have never ever heard about it before my brother brought it up. Not even in the most popular tech zines in Latin America. The only thing I was scared of was the storage space. Not like super scared, though, because Titi gave me a phone with 16GB space. But since these were videos, I started to feel like I was going to use all of the storage really soon. But after one day of using it, Marco Polo just shows a little gif in your phone and the real video is in their servers, not your phone, so nothing to worry about storage.

We have like 2 weeks or so of using Marco Polo and I feel like these 2 weeks have been the turning point of our brother-sister relationship, like, for real. We had a little talk when he came home back in May but that approach was just the beginning, we needed to nurture it and with Marco Polo we are definitely doing it.

The process of using it is really simple, just press “Start” and record yourself. When you’re done, press “Finish”. And that’s it.
The process of creating an account is not that complicated, either. You just have to be careful at the moment of “sharing your contacts” because it will try to spam your list. To avoid this just do not share your contacts and that’s it. What am I trying to say here is: read what appears on your screen and only share your camera and microphone. You will respect your contacts this way.

Oh, and also you can create groups. So if you have more brothers and sisters, or your best friends, or your friends from childhood, or I don’t know, you can send them little chunks of your life, too. I’m about to create the family group so we can all feel closer than ever.

I hope you find this app useful and it helps you like it did with us.

K.

PIIT28 results: this is what the first round of PIIT28 1.0 did for me.

PIIT28 1.0 isn’t a product / ebook / program / I made, create or wrote but it is an experiment I ran in myself, that’s why I consider it a personal project and I would like to share the results with you.

This is what the first round of PIIT28 1.0 did for me.

I finally ended the first round of PIIT28 1.0 and all the things it promised were true. I even got one or two extras. First, I’ll share my PIIT28 results and then the harsh truth, ok?

This is the picture I shared on my Instagram account when I finished the 28 days of PIIT28 1.0 (first round).

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I feel so happy I joined #PIIT28 ! Even though Piit28 is one of the hardest things I have ever done, I'm glad I survived the first round! Generally, I don't feel tired everyday, like I used to, I don't feel sleepy all the time and I'm more energetic to do stuff here and there. Tomorrow starts a new semester and can't wait to use all this energy to learn more about my career! To talk about numbers, I have lost 10kg/22lb and, according to my records, the lost should notice more in my chest area where I lost 7cm. I'm very impressed of how the most basic movements accomplished this! I had to modify a lot of the moves because of my injuries but still managed to sweat a lot in every session! And also, I'm aware #28DayReset helped a lot in this process! Thank you @blogilates for creating the tools to find my better self and thank you to all the Piit princesses for your support! God be with you! ❤ #piit28 #piitprincess #piitday28 #beforeandafterpiit

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I’m sharing it just so you know that I’ve been at my worst and now, I’m slowly improving to my best. I only got it with work and PIIT28 has helped me a lot with it.

PIIT stands for Pilates Intense Interval Training. PIIT28 is an exercise program that lasts 28 minutes per session and 28 days per round. It has 7 exercises per day and you get to work 45 seconds and rest 15 seconds until you completed the 28 minutes. Half of the exercises are pilates or musculation and the other half is cardio to make your heart pump faster.

All the tools are included in the package: ebook, videos, gifs, forum, calendar for the round, piitstagram challenge, how to warm up, how to cool down, etc.

I started practicing PIIT28 1.0 because I was already motivated to do it. See the picture I just posted above? I’ve saw hundreds of them in my Instagram feed. And I was interested on doing it, already. I wanted to have their results, too. I thought if that program really helped a lot of girls with different body types, maybe it could do something for me, too!

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One of the things I have to be super honest about is how long it took me to finish the first round. Yes, I said the first round lasts 28 days but I stopped a lot. I stopped because of my injuries, because of my university, because of my finals, because I was tired, etc. I trained one or two days in a row and rested three. And then, I would trained for days 3 and 4 and that’s how I did it.

Maybe if I were more disciplined about it, I’d get better results but what I really want to point out here it’s how PIIT28 works even though when you’re resting in between days.

I worked out in my living room, PIIT28 doesn’t need any extra equipment than a mat and pair of tennis. Sometimes I just played a little music to spice things up.

So, I already shared how I rested a lot in between days and also, told how PIIT28 works, but how did I work out every day?

The first week was ok. I did my best and try to make all the moves but, because of the weight I was (89kg), my right posterior calf got injured, according to all the Google Images I saw, it was the Achilles tendon. So, if I kept jumping all around, it could break and I wouldn’t be able to walk.

That’s why I tested all the positions my tendon felt alright and noticed that, if I kept my foot and leg in a 90º, my tendon didn’t hurt. I started using all the variation exercises PIIT28 offers and whenever it asked me to jumped, I walked.

It’d seem like a shame but I was protecting myself and, at the same time, I was exercising. So, no shame, I’m just slowly getting into it. And I was terribly happy to notice that I sweated the same amount as before, even though I was “just walking” instead of jumping.

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What I want you to take from all my injury story is that even though you don’t make the hardest or fastest moves, you’d still get results.

On the third week, I started putting some music I like to warm up dancing. On the fourth week, I was so happy that came back to the normal warm up sequence.

Those are the 3 customizations I made to the PIIT28 1.0 on the first round:

  1. I didn’t work out every day, most like every other day.
  2. I didn’t jump, I walked.
  3. I warmed up by dancing on the third week.

Of all the things PIIT28 1.0 promises, which ones where true?

Here’s what PIIT28 will do for you:

  • Cut your workout time in half. TRUE, I used to travel 1h to the gym and 1h to go back to the university + the time my training lasted, which was 1.5h ~ 2h. That’s a lot of time. With PIIT28, I worked out for 1h maximum.
  • Melt all-over body fat fast. TRUE, I’ve lost a lot of centimeters all over my body.
  • Increase your resting metabolism. TRUE, the interval exercises are meant to create an oxygen deficit that’ll made you burn calories while you’re resting. I can definitely say this is true because I rested a lot and still got results beyond what I imagined.
  • Build lean muscle with no equipment. TRUE, I lost a lot of inches and I can say they were of body fat because I feel stronger, I can do a lot of more moves than before and feel a little bit faster than before. Also, the part of no equipment is true if you do not consider a mat and a pair of Nikes equipment.
  • Sculpt the strongest Pilates abs ever. TRUE, I have no visible abs yet but I can definitely say that what I can see now is my “strongest abs ever” version.
  • Improve your posture so that you’ll look taller. TRUE, my chest is lighter and my core stronger, that’s why I can lift my rib cage and have a better posture. I need to work on the moments I’m writing because I tend to curve my back but it has definitely improve.
  • Increase your confidence and happiness levels. TRUE, it’s not just about the clothes, it’s about the movements, it’s about transportating your whole self every day and not feeling tired or ashamed.
  • Find new friends and make real relationships with like-minded people. TRUEwith the PIITstagram challenge you will find a lot of people who are happy of your existence and your accomplishments. And you’ll notice that you are happy of their existence and their accomplishments, too. Not only that, but in your real life, it’ll be easier to talk to other people. For me, as an introvert, it’s very difficult to start a conversation; but with all these changes going on, people reach me all the time and start with the sentence: Wow, you’ve lost a lot of weight, right!?

Yes, all the promises of PIIT28 1.0 were true, but I also got a few extras.

  1. I’m saving a lot of money in clothes. As I was getting bigger, my wardrobe was getting smaller and I needed to buy clothes. Now, I’m starting to fit in all of my clothes again, and that makes me happy for economic reasons.
  2. My size is uniform, now, at least in Popflex. I’m size 12 in tops and shorts. I had different sizes before PIIT28, I’m uniform now and that’s easy to retain in my mind.
  3. I started to control my breathe a little bit more so I might not die from a respiratory failure after all. ❤

PIIT28 1.0 is $39USD and you can get it here. Only if you’re interested in Pilates, cardio, dancing moves, musculation and some yoga.

To understand what you’re really paying, I like to do the math of the final price between the number of sessions in the package. You’re paying $39USD for a package with 2 rounds (56 days). If you were going to a gym and pay per class, you’d be paying $0.70USD per session which doesn’t seem expensive to me.

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The best thing is you get access forever to the PIIT28 1.0, so, let’s say if you want to try PIIT28 1.0 again next year, it’ll be there in your library at no extra cost. It’ll mean your price per session would drop to $0.35USD.

Now, the harsh truth I promised. PIIT28 1.0 IS HARD, INTENSE, TIRING, EXHAUSTING. It’s not for everybody. It’s only for the people who are mentally prepared to push hard. And look that I’m saying mentally prepared and not physically, because really, your mind controls your body.

The first time Cassey helped me to break a mental barrier was when I was doing the push up cobras and my triceps didn’t feel like pushing anymore. Cassey was like “keep doing it, I know it hurts, come on, you’re gonna get there” and started crying because my mind started fighting, my arms didn’t feel like going but I needed to get going, specially because I could control my breathe in this exercise, so I could get going. I ended up that serie crying, my triceps tight and my forehead sweating. I couldn’t get up for 5 minutes. But the moment I started thinking: “I did it, I push and I did it”, I noticed how my triceps didn’t hurt that much anymore.

I realize muscles hurt but pain doesn’t last that much, what really lasts is satisfaction and results. The very next day, I went to the pool and swam my first 50 meters without stopping and I did it 5 more times!

Prepare yourself mentally to join PIIT28 1.0, once the journey starts, there’s no going back. I promise.

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Right now I’m on day 39 (second round!) of PIIT28 1.0. I’ll post a review when I’m done with the second round. 🙂