Here is the third set of sound-alike words. Study and use them well.
plain: not adorned; piece of land
She wore a plain dress to the event.
The horses moved quickly across the plain. plane: a piece of aircraft
How heavy is that plane with all those passengers aboard it now?
principal: the school’s leader; the most important
The committee met in the principal’s office.
This highway is the principal road in this county. principle: rule of conduct or main fact
Jeremiah could readily understand that science principle.
their: owned by a group
Their clubhouse was made by Frank Miller. there: place; sentence starter
He lives right there.
There are many reasons to vote for Brianna Feller. they’re: contraction for they + are
They’re moving to Canada after the school year ends.
theirs: possessive of their
That boat is theirs. there’s: contraction for there + is
There’s my dad on his motorcycle.
to: preposition; start of an infinitive
He went to school.
‘‘To be’’ is an infinitive. too: more than enough
Perry was too tired to run fast. two: one plus one
Two people were approaching the door.
In other words, ditch the single joint exercises like bicep curls, tricep kickbacks, and shoulder flies. Trust me on this one. Working the elbow joint in isolation is a sure fire way to keep that pain coming back. Instead, opt for full body exercises like pushups, pullups and bodyweight rows once your elbows are feeling a little better. This will ensure that your elbows are stabilized by more muscles than just your biceps and triceps.I have found that laying off the isolation stuff for even just a little while will help your elbows feel exponentially better. This way your training won?t skip a beat.