Celebrities Who are linked to Street Gangs

famous gang membersNot all celebrities come acting schools, or rich families, or the good life of that nature. Some famous celebs actually grew up in hard neighbourhoods and poverty, and the only thing they could’ve done was join a gang.

Gang members who usually make it out of the hood and win big usually stop doing all the hood rat shit and start cleaning up their act.

However there are some celebs that rep their gang proudly and dont give a shit who sees it and who knows about it.

Here is a list of celebrities that are connected or affiliated to street gangs.

List of Celebrity Gang Members

Chris Brown

The popular RNB singer and performer has always been subject of violent incidents over the years, including his Rihanna beating, fighting in the club with Drake and a lot more other events.

During and afterparty he was spotted throwing up Blood gang signs, this knowledge of Blood Gang Culture is only saved for people who are in the gang or are affiliated with them.

James Harden

Houstons all star point guard is also under question for being a member of the bloods. He regularly throws up the blood gang sign and there are multiple messages of him messaging Lil Wayne using bloods terminology and slang.

The Game

Cedar Block blood, The game has always been known to have ties with the notorious blood gang. Ever since his start in the rap game.

The game raps on tracks and is very open with his affiliation to the bloods.

He is even on camera for beating up a member of a crip gang, 40 Glocc.

Snoop Dogg

One of the most famous gang bangers in the 90s was Snoop Dogg, at this time in the rap game, there were a lot of rappers who were affiliated, Snoop dogg being from death row, he was the most famous Crip.

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Learning to box at home

Learning to box at home, is a great way to get into shape as well as relieving some stress. There are many ways to box as well, you dont just have to go to a gym.

Now a days you are able to purchase gym equipment so that you can have a home gym at home. You are also able to find online boxing workings and drills, so you can perform them at home on your own as well.

Heres what you need to get started at home as a pro boxer.

Boxing Equipment

Punching Bag

Punching bags are the most important and most well known pieces of gym equipment you can buy. Click here for a website that reviews the best punching bags. The reason why you need a punching bag is because it builds great endurance and great strength. The most ultimate workout you can get.

Skipping Rope

Cheap and easy. The skipping rope is a staple in any boxing regimen. The good thing about skipping ropes is its compact, affordable and very effective.

Speed Bags

Another staple in boxing equipment. The speed bag isn’t about power, but about hand eye coordination and stamina. It takes a lot of practice and a lot of hard work to get into a proper groove of things.

Boxing Drills and Workouts

The benefit of going to a boxing gym, is you get mentorship and great pre built workouts. That doesn’t mean you can’t find any great drills and workouts at home.

A good tip for noobies is to check out forums. I site that I recommend is Sherdog. They have a very active community and have everything you need to get started at home. A great resource for anyone actually. I also like to do this workout.

Youtube also has a bunch of great drills, here is one of my favourite drills, I still use today.

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how to choose an ergonomic office chair

To choose an office chair, it is useful to know the functions and trimmings available in a high office chair range, and put it in balance with the budget you want to spend to purchase.
It is better from the top and make compromises when choosing, rather than buying blind, and regret buying a few weeks later. An office chair is something you need every day and it is better to be informed about what the market offers to choose well.

The best ergonomic office chairs have almost all the same features and have the same functions as they will struggle against the apenseur, office chair manufacturers will ensure to be distinguished by the design of their products and quality of the materials in which they are made.

Anyway, it’s not about the brand that I wish to emphasize is the ergonomic features to be taken into account for choosing the right office chair.

In the order we see the functions & settings: (the absence of one of its functions should, in my opinion, exclude the qualification of truly “ergonomic”)

Adjusting the height of the office chair

The chair is of course adjustable in height so that the knees form a 90 ° angle to the thighs to support the weight of the body.

Adjusting the seat depth of the office chair

The seat depth provides greater surface weight distribution of the body: the entire length of the thighs is used to support the weight of the column is excellent for people qiu suffer from back pain and makes the seat more comfortable: it shows in the evening.

Adjusting the office chair armrests

The armrests must support all the weight of the arm.
The armrests allow bends form an angle of 90 ° relative to the upper arm. They are adjustable in height, depth and can be positioned laterally closer or can be further from the body, depending on the tasks.
The material which composes the above armrest consists of a gel intended to relieve the pressure exerted by the weight of the arms on the armrests.

Office seat backrest adjustment

The back of the chair follows the curve drawn by the spine in order to provide an ideal working position and comfortable.
The back of the chair is equipped with an adjustable lumbar support depth and backrest itself is adjustable in height so as to adjust the lumbar support in the right place relative to the spine.
The backrest angle and the tension it must also be easily adjusted to provide the most comfort and support possible.

Adjust the headrest

The headrest supports the weight of the head and should provide a comfortable touch to the neck.
The headrest must always be adjustable in height, depth and offer several support points on the back of the head.

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