Tag: 2 pack abs

Which one is best for you?

I have a few tips for you: 1.

Choose your favorite packers.

If you like the feel of a high-quality packer, try the one that feels the best for your body.

Some packers have more stretch and feel better for some body types.

A packer with a higher compression rating will give you a softer packer that will not hurt your muscles, but it won’t provide a super-soft and supple feel.

A lower compression rating is usually the best choice for me. 2.

Be comfortable.

If your packer is too tight for your feet, try a lighter packer.

It’ll be easier for your legs to absorb weight and will keep your body warm.

If the packer has too much padding, try using a thinner packer instead.


Look for the tag.

You can see the size, weight, and style of the packers tag by looking at the size of the fabric of the bag.

The tags on the bottom of the tag will tell you how thick and flexible it is.

If it is too small, your packers fabric may be too thin.


Try different styles.

Different brands of packers can have different styles, which is why I always go with the ones that I like.

Some brands offer thicker packs that offer better compression.

Some have lower compression and can be softer, but are not as comfortable.


Use a soft packer to compress.

This will help you get rid of the excess water that is trapped in the compression.

When you compress the pack, you’ll have less weight in your pack and you can compress more quickly.

Try a lightweight packer or a lighter one, and see how you like it.

Posted by Lisa K. at 12:24 PM

Trump, Senate leaders, tech CEOs hold off on tax bill vote until after Congress recess

GOP leaders are set to hold off a vote on the sweeping tax bill until after the Congress returns from its summer recess.

The Senate Finance Committee voted Monday to advance the measure through its conference, but a delay on the measure could allow some senators to get on with the legislation and avoid a potentially embarrassing floor vote on Thursday.

The GOP tax bill will now go to the Senate floor for a vote Thursday morning, and senators are expected to vote to advance it before they head home to return to their home states and resume their work on the fiscal cliff.

That vote is likely to be closely watched by President Donald Trump, who has been critical of the tax legislation in the past and has threatened to veto the bill if it passes the Senate.

The White House has said it will veto the measure if it fails to get the 60 votes it needs to pass the Senate, a hurdle that would allow it to go to a full vote on Wednesday.

Trump’s approval rating has plunged since he took office in January, with a new poll released Monday by Quinnipiac University showing that his approval rating stands at 41 percent.

His disapproval rating is at 37 percent.

Trump, in a series of tweets Sunday, slammed Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and his Republican colleagues for failing to pass a bill.

The president also said he would not be signing a bill to help the middle class and that he has asked Vice President Mike Pence to work on a tax plan to replace the bill.

Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., and other GOP senators have said they are going to use procedural means to force a vote that would force Trump to sign the bill into law.

But the Senate is controlled by a Republican majority and the measure faces an uphill battle in its current form, given the lack of support among Republicans.

Trump has called the tax plan a “massive gift” to the wealthy and has vowed to “crush” it if he is elected president in November.