Dr.Raven Oscar Flores PhD ,CSCS, Kinesiology ,Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, ISSA PT

Steve Trezek, ACE PT, NASM PT, IFPA Professional Natural Bodybuilder, NPC Natural Champion, Top accredited Fitness Leader 2008-2011 in the Health Club Industry

 Nicholas David Bardi, NPTI PT

There are not any quick fixes or magic pills to make you lose weight. You can lose water weight in a hurry, but your body fat % will not change. 1 pound of fat consists of 3500 calories while water in itself contains no fat. Unless you are actually burning 3500 calories, you are not losing body fat. In order to burn off body fat and lose weight with these steps are essential.

There are 4 major  components to body fat loss; Strength Training, Diet and H.I.I.T (High intensity interval training) and Sleep (rest and recovery) used together these 4 components are the surest way to burn the most amount of fat in the quickest, safest most effective way and building lean muscle throughout the body.  Let's learn the basics of these components to fully understand their function and to see why they will lead you to long term success and fat loss. The information is to help you understand the science behind why we need to incorporate all 4 factors into our training regimen in order to achieve a long term healthy lifestyle.


Strength Training- Building muscle is the 1st component that will lead you to fat loss, strength training leaves you with a 24-36 hour after burn and Thermogenic effect(Thermic effect of food (also commonly known simply as thermic effect when the context is known), or TEF in shorthand, is the increment in energy expenditure above resting metabolic rate due to the cost of processing food for storage and use.1 It is one of the components of metabolism along with the resting metabolic rate, and the exercise component)

 With each pound of muscle, you have built you are burning an extra 50 calories a day while your body is at rest. This means that you will continue to burn calories even when you are not working at all. Strength training needs to be performed 5-6 days per week for maximum results. Muscle is the only thing will burn fat and increase your metabolism. Building lean muscle is a key component.




• Federation of Cosmonautics of Russia (FCR, Moscow)

• International University of Fundamental Studies (IUFS, St. Petersburg)


Prof. Borovkov E.I., Grand PhD; Prof. Kovalyonok V.V. Grand PhD; Prof. Shanti P. Jayasekara, Grand PhD


Scientists around the world are convinced that the cosmos - a system with a self-organizing structure, which constantly affects the Earth through the Sun and other planets. In general, under this formulation of the problem science has established the following physical data not only on the age of the Sun and the Earth (15-20 billion years and 4.5 billion years, respectively), but also on other related issues.

There is detailed information concerning the age of the Earth, that is equal to 4.54 billion years, with an accuracy of ± 1% [1], but the age of mankind is not known to the science today.

Most recently, Canadian researchers have found a lake of an age of 2.4 billion years at a depth of 2.4 kilometers, using as “time indicators” xenon isotopes [2].




Masters of the blue screen

By Dr. Shanti P. Jayasekara, PhD, D.Sc. 

Job television director

While viewing a TV program or movie, the audience pays attention to the play of actors, shooting quality, but the fact, that a great job has been made by a director – is left behind the scenes. On his talent depend skills of a director-producer, the success of a TV performance, play and its artistic value as a work of art.

The initial function in the director’s work is primarily in understanding the material and its interpretation – “What about?”, “What for?”, “What to say to the viewer?”. It was he, who organizes the whole team, approves the scenery and style for film-making process, and also monitors the montage of the material.

The director must know the work of each member of the shooting process: cameraman, sound editor, actor or editor.




Television and modern information society


Dr. Shanti Jayasekara, PhD, D.Sc.


The information society – is a theoretical concept of postindustrial society, the historical phase of possible evolution of civilization, in which information and knowledge are multiplied in a single information space.

The main product of the information society’s manufacture is information and knowledge.

One part of this process is increasing society computerization with usage of

T e l e v i s i o n.

Regular television broadcasts began almost simultaneously in three regions: in the United States in 1944, in France – in 1944. In England – in 1946 and in the Soviet Union – in 1945.

In other countries the emergence and development of television has already happened in the '50s. Accordingly, three main models of social and economic organization of television were formed – an American, Western European and Soviet one.

In each of those models are solved key issues: who owns the television, who finances it, and whose interests it represents.

It is also important who controls it and how, what the relationship between the television and society, the television and culture, the television and the power.