*Notice how the introduction is a good place to present background, definitions and limitations that affect the thesis and topic generally.
Regular exercise releases tension, improves appearance, and increases stamina .**The introduction begins with a broad view of physical fitness generally, but also engages the reader by connecting with general experience *Notice that the writer reaches past the general "anywhere one looks" to the more specific and concrete "newsstand, television or billboard." *Again notice the specificsnot just "to sell products" or "to sell stuff." The specifics make the idea more convincing, and create more associations for the reader.
I knew that people had it way harder than me, but I couldn't shake off this state of sadness mixed with failure. On the good ones, I was the bubbly and happy woman that I have always been.
But on the bad ones, I was lost in my own thoughts, which led to long crying sessions.
Although much of this advice is commercially motivated by those eager to sell vitamins, natural foods and reducing gimmicks ,* some of it, especially that advocating a regular exercise program, merits serious attention. An overaccumulation of adrenaline produces tension. The first of these benefits, the release of tension, is immediate .* Tension builds in the body because of an overaccumulation of adrenaline produced by stress, anxiety, or fear. Exercise or active participation in sports releases tension. *By placing the thesis at the end of the introduction, the writer not only makes the main point clear and emphatic, but also makes sure that the essays main point is uppermost in the readers mind as the reader begins the body of the essay.Fluxus entreats us to see past these divisions, begs us to question how we may proceed in a manner that doesn’t result in reified concepts and the mind’s alienation from the body.Whether by turning awareness to objects and phenomena that often go unnoticed, or conflating music, performance, poetry, and mundane acts, Fluxus artworks beg us to question conceptual hierarchies.Exercise entails a repetition of something for the sake of learning from it, yet the ultimate goal of this repetition is usually to enable oneself to achieve something unique: being in the best shape for one’s own body, utilizing one’s skills to create something novel, using one’s sharpened intellect to think of thoughts yet unthought. By playing with preconceived epistemological categories and encouraging a DIY approach to understanding the world, Fluxus aims to condition us to develop our own theories of knowledge.There is an aphoristic concision to most iconic Fluxus artworks.Alongside this installation are Fluxus artworks by George Brecht, La Monte Young, Chieko Shiomi, Yoko Ono, and other artists who display this characteristic concision as well as respond to a directive to pursue one’s own epistemology.Juxtaposed with these works is artwork and conceptual exercises by David Bernstein, John Robert Moore, Nicole Demby, and Harry Stendhal inspired by Fluxus brevity as well as the notion that art can be a template for learning how to make ones own templates.Six years ago, after a hurtful breakup, an abortion, graduating from business school, and not finding a job in my field, I was slowly falling into a depression.I am usually a very optimistic and positive person, but I had trouble finding goodness in everything I was going through.