Answer: In a physical activity training program, eating well to best suit your body will aid in performing in your utmost highest degree. If you are not giving your body the correct nutrients, it will cause it to lag and not accomplish as much versus having a proper nutrition. Very similar with sleep and rest. Because you are letting your body rest, your are improving your overall health, body, and mind. With no sleep, you are more likely to have increased amounts of fatigue.
Answer: The best method for training for strength training is to do push ups, splits,etc. Do, chin up or do dumb ups those big things you carry and your muscles grow. Or, go to a leisure center and do the circuit training that they teach you. Depends on what your body responds to. This you will have to experiment and learn. Across the board, circuits (doing one exercise followed by another of an opposite area of the body back to back no rest) works above anything else. The idea is constant strain for a continuous burn of calories and work on the body creating more muscle and stamina responses.
Answer: In the book (and miniseries) "Roots" Kunta Kinte does die eventually, and his daughter Kizzy finds his grave and in a poingiant moment crosses out his slave name "Toby" and writes his African name "Kunta Kinte" on his grave marker.
The fictional character is at least partially based on a real person who was brought to Annapolis Maryland as a slave. Given the timeframe involved, this person must obviously have died some time ago. We all die sometime.
Answer: kunte kinte, otherwise known as Luther van ripple died at apple orchard plantation outside of Richmond Virginia as a result of an organized attack. there is a marker noting his death as well as a list of his descendants. visitatiion is free .