Happy #Thursday , everyone!
Before you compete with others,
you all must remind yourselves,
you are your biggest competition!
Improvements are made daily.
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Been slacking so badly later with chest infections & all that & put a bit of weight on since hols, but it's all about being accountable for your actions & getting back it. Felt so good to get back at the heavy deadlifts tonight, even better to get that wonky leg going down the stairs of the gym after, sign of a good session 😊🙌🏻 #backatit#deadlifts#legnight#bodyworks#girlswholift#stronggirls
The injury rate in sports has never been higher and fields sports like rugby and soccer have a high rate of serious injuries. These injuries can be influenced by a number of different factors like previous injury, body mass index, body composition (percent body fat), playing experience, structures of the body, playing surface, muscle flexibility, ligamentous laxity, and foot biomechanics. With so many different factors at play it makes it hard for strength and conditioning coaches to keep their athletes injury free. A simple preseason test that can be carried out on athletes to help clean up their movement patterns and identify what movements might pre- dispose them to injury are the functional movement tests (FMS). A study by Kiesel, K., Plisky, P.J et al. (2007) showed that athletes who score under 14 on these tests were at a high risk of injury. Here are a few videos of some of the tests we carried out.
@Regrann from @rubysephoraxo_ifbb - Wowwww that progress
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These to me are the bare essentials for a pull/back day.
Snatch grip - lower position engages upper back and rear delts, the position causes these muscled to have to work harder to keep the bar closer to the body.
Deadlift - Engages muscles in the body and core strength is a huge factor. It mainly works the lower part of your back and lats are heavily involved also.
V-bar rows super set with bent over barbell rows - V bar is great because (if you want) you can go super heavy for a row. It targets lower lats as your elbows are tucked in. This super set with bent over rows to failure. Bent over rows are good for engaging the core as you stabilise yourself. Depending on where you pull the bar to and how much you are vent over would depend on what area is being targeted.
Where my #personaltrainers at? Ever done one of your own client workouts and thought "I am a terrible person"?! 🙋🏻😅🔥 Took a day off from #powerlifting to rock one of my own #hurricanemethod workouts, and it kicked my sorry little ass! 😂 Mad props to my clients for just doing it 💪👍
What is the Hurricane Method? It's a blend of functional fitness, powerlifting, bodybuilding, crossfit, HIIT, and animal flow/bodyweight based movements that is modifiable for any stage of fitness, from beginner to expert (it can be very hard - I've made world class athletes beg for mercy 😜).
Are you ready to get in the best shape of your life and learn how to eat sustainably, enjoy your body, and live life to the fullest? I am ready to get you there! Taking on new clients both online and in the Columbus area!
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Didn’t want to post because of my bloat. Kinda embarrassed but anyways here is my first deadlift session after over two months of not deadlifting. Smolov 6x6 at 155 lbs. I could have gone heavier but I’m gonna ease into it to try to prevent injury. #deadlifts#smolovjr
People ask me constantly what I do to work my glutes. 😳🍑 Lol First I come from a family of females with big butts 😂😂 you can say my sisters (more then me) and I are genetically blessed. 🙏🏼 But even with that said, the work I do only goes so far. What I eat is also very important, how much I eat, the cardio I do, the specific regiment I'm on. If you want something GO AFTER IT. Put the work in, inside and more importantly, outside the gym. Build yourself from the bottom up. Be a reflection of who you are. I haven't put up a photo like this in a good minute and I probably won't again because I am actually very shy and get embarrassed easily. 😬😓 So ladies do your squats, your lunges, your deadlifts, and all those booty exercises we all know and love, but also EAT to build that muscle. Supplement the work your putting in. And be patient of course. The rewards will come with consistency and time. 😊❤️
Really excited to be heading out of town this weekend to celebrate my friend's wedding!
One thing I've come to appreciate, is taking a break from the pace of New York City.
I think no matter where you are, you should take a break every once in awhile from your regular routine. It's so good to reenergize yourself with a new environment and a new atmosphere.
Stay tuned for some pics from the weekend!
working real hard on perfecting my vegan meal plan. i'll keep you all updated once it's done, sorry for the wait-i'm a perfectionist!
leggings are from @tilyoucollapse khaki size xs. for money off your next purchase use my code 'amb' 🌱
My best form yet (and can still be better)
-need to tuck my chin more
-definitely need to remember not to jerk (i did on my third rep there)
-push two when you think you’re done.
Able to do two plates of 45s but it the heaviness makes me look up instead of tucking my chin, keeping my spine straight. So this is my max for now. 😬
🎥 Thank you @_karineb_
⭐️ CLIENT SPOTLIGHT ⭐️ clips of our penultimate sessions earlier this week for @jlonsdale80 & her twinny Gem. These videos show how far they have come on fitness and strength wise over the last 12 weeks! Very proud of you both and will miss our giggly sessions! Thank you so much for my beautiful flowers 🌺💋make sure you keep it up! Xxx
If there is one thing I've learned in the 2 and a half years I've been out of school, it's that nothing ever truly goes as planned.
The failure of making my childhood dream into a career has left me searching for answers for going on 2 years now, and each day is a day closer to full acceptance of that fact. I still love my degree and the time I spent in school, but I still hear the nagging "what could have been" in the back of my consciousness.
To me, the iron of the barbell is therapy. It is a release from the tidal wave of anxiety that consumes me the rest of my waking hours. To load up the barbell is to take on an honest challenge and use your mental as well as physical strength and fortitude to complete the task at hand. No lying, no bullshit, no prejudice come from the bar. It will always be the same no matter what, and in that I find peace amongst the chaos.