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It is my philosophy to train the athlete to be able to do work when the hamstrings are fatigued. This lays the foundation for the muscle to be familiar with the feeling after you have moved on to other training phases and as the athlete enters their preseason camps. exercisescience strengthtraining strengthandconditioning mentaltoughness

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Banded Bench Press for 10x3 at 165 + Doubled Red Bands (about 80 lbs. of tension at the top) - Using bands can help you improve your technique! ✅I get a lot of shit for using all of the training implements that we have to the point of being called the “Bands and Chains Guy” and I’ll admit, it’s much deserved, haha! If more people knew about the utility of bands in their training, they would use them too! 🧠Adding bands to your lifts is a great way to help you improve your technique on them. They work because they provide inertial resistance to the lift instead of just adding mass to it. This is important because with just mass, you can accelerate through certain points that you’re weak at by exerting a ton of force earlier in the lift, bands force you to create force throughout the entire range of motion that you move through in a lift, they are always pulling you towards the point where they’re attached. By having to create force throughout the entire range of motion, you have to be in the right positions to create that force optimally in that range, which is how bands work to improve your technique! 🧠To use bands in your training, it’s important that you get the most tension possible out of them, making sure that they are taught at the top of the lift and have tension throughout the entire range of motion. 🧠What I’ve been doing, to get maximal transference to my straight weight lifts, is to do multiple sets of the lift versus band tension, take the bands off and perform at least 1 set of straight weight work immediately afterwards (prepare for an interesting feeling if you try this!) to really lock in the technique that I used with the bands. oregoncrossfitoc strickerstrength strengthtraining backworkout tricepsworkout upperbodyworkout exercisescience strengthtraining conjugatemethod benchpress powerbuilding powerlifting strengthandconditioning titangames calisthenicsworkout bendoregon americanninjawarrior calisthenics sportscience crossfit sportsperformance athletedevelopment strengthathlete strengthandconditioningcoach armsworkout strongback ninjawarrior performancetraining strengthandconditioning roguefitness oregoncrossfit

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The Queen is back! joannajedrzejczyk working on mobility joint stability and overall movement quality through multidirectional patterns. Working to increase contractibility and stability that will enhance overall performance. Since we don’t have fight lined up the goal right now is to generally prepare the body that will carry over into camp. FOR COMBAT SPORTS PERFORMANCE PROGRAMS, ONLINE COACHING, ONLINE MENTORSHIP PROGRAM CLICK LINK IN BIO! fightscienceinstitute iron.army fightcampconditioning bjjworldtv mmastrengthandconditioningcoach strengthandconditioningcoach combatsports americantopteam physicalpreparation joannajedrzejczyk poland polishqueen mobility movement stability controlyourself strength coordination strength strengthcoach strengthconditioning darustrong

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CHALLENGE: 30 straight gym ball curls ‼️ — A strong posterior chain (low back, glutes and hamstrings) is a critical component of keeping the knees safe and will also translate to increased performance in sprinting and jumping. Because these muscles are described as a “chain” it means letting tension out of one segment will affect the tension in another. For this reason it is important to fully contract the glutes while performing the gym ball curl. The hips should “come along for the ride” - — Leave a comment if you passed or failed 🙏

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Repost meghancallaway • • • • • Over the years, I’ve had countless people tell me an exercise was ‘’too easy’’ when it was pretty apparent the exercise only felt this way because they weren’t performing the exercise correctly. The answer isn’t always adding more weight, performing more reps, or doing more advanced variations, etc. As I talk about a lot, once you master the basics, the sky is the limit. But first, make sure you are performing the exercise correctly. This WILL make it feel more challenging strengthquotes coachingquotes coachingtips coachinglife strengthtraining trainingtips fitnessquotes fitnesstips fitnessadvice personaltraining strengthandconditioningcoach

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Create and maintain tension through the core while moving with control. A fun core challenge for clients this evening in the gym with banded deadbugs to further increase the anti rotational demand of the exercise

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Thanks for sharing your insights on PURPOSE Dan! The Purposeful People series is designed to bring you insights from people just like you. They identify with purpose on their terms and are consciously taking action to bring it to life! You can learn more about who Dan is by checking out his page danelwoodfitness Do you know someone confused about purpose? Is there someone in your life you know needs help with connecting to their purpose? Show them some love by tagging them below! Mel xo primalpurpose purposefulpeople soulpurpose findyourwhy purposedriven purposefulliving shredbuildlive shredlimits buildimpact liveprimal consciousbusiness lafit latrainer soulaligned higherconsciousness lafitnesslifestyle losangelesfitness strengthtrain elwood kettlebellswing serveothers conditioningtraining peakperformance strengthandconditioningcoach strengthandconditioningspecialist visualstorytelling weighteddips fitnutrition pecsondeck

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💪Bem-vindo Marcelo Pereira, atleta especialista em 800 metros 🏃Campeão Nacional, uma esperança de Portugal para o Presente e Futuro 🙏Obrigado pela confiança depositada! Queremos contribuir para o teu sucesso desportivo marcelopereira_9 . performancedesportiva clubequintadaribeira runningstrength injuryprevention strengthandconditioningcoach strength returntoplay nutricion strengthandconditioning running trackandfield sportperformance corrida treinofuncional biomecânica biomechanics athletics

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Whats Our New Facility? Who Are We Catering For? We have experienced rapid growth & with excitement we will launch our new facility in may 2019. This Facility will be a private studio in Omagh town centre. We know that gyms aren't scarce, you know that too This is different, we wouldn't class our facililty as a gym, we aim to build a positive community built around fitness and healthy lifestyles. We will educate those who have trained before but lack education Our goal is to make positive lifestyle changes, Training shouldn't be scary, you may feel intimidated but that doesn't have to be the case. Providing A Unique Private Approach, To One To One & Group Personal Training Group Intake Will Open Soon. A Different Approach To Fitness Waiting List Link In Bio💪🏻 strength coaching fatloss weightloss personaltraining strengthandconditioningcoach grouptraining

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teamquarles maxed out with his compound lifts today . deadlift 335lbs squats 335lbs benchpress 235lbs So teamquarles is deadlifting and squatting 1.76 times his body weight and is bench pressing 1.24 times his body weight. Not bad for a welterweight boxer, but there is always room for growth and progression. We finished off the workout with this circuit below : 7 deadlifts 7 muscle-ups 21 toes-to-bars 21 wall balls 100-foot trap farmer’s carry stayready bulldog keeppushing strengthandconditioningcoach dmv fitness fitnessmotivation espnboxing boxing training hardworkpaysoffs proathlete personaltraining coach workout training onelifefitness boxingtraining fighter athlete rocnationsports nike justdoit onelifeskyline

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Lo primero que hacen todos cuando intentan abordar el dolor en el codo y el hombro de las sentadillas con barra baja es que se agotan y encuentran una lista de ejercicios de movilidad que hacer. 🔴Mira, ese es un gran comienzo, pero en realidad recomiendo abordar la situación desde el otro extremo del espectro. En su lugar, debe buscar formas de REDUCIR los requisitos de movilidad del movimiento en primer lugar. ⭕Las dos formas principales de hacer esto son: 1🔴Aumentar el ancho de su agarre para reducir los requisitos de flexión / extensión del hombro . 2🔴 permitir que las muñecas se doblen para reducir los requisitos de flexión / extensión del hombro. 📚🔎Una de las maneras más sencillas y rápidas en que puede reducir o eliminar este problema es reducir la posición de sentadillas de la barra baja y/o variar la forma basica. 1🔴🔎Las sentadillas de Buffalo Bar son las más parecidas a una sentadilla de barra baja, pero debido a la inclinación en la barra, las demandas de movilidad se reducen significativamente. 2🔴🔎Safety Squat Bar es otra opcion por completo. La mecánica es muy diferente a la típica sentadilla con barra baja. Una barra de seguridad en sentadillas es más como un híbrido entre una posición en sentadillas delantera y una barra alta en sentadillas. Sin embargo, debido a la forma en que tiene la barra, ni siquiera tiene que usar los brazos. 1🔴🔎Prehab/rehabilitación para el dolor de codo y hombro de las sentadillas de barra baja. Las investigaciones han demostrado que la carga excéntrica controlada puede ser beneficiosa para las lesiones de los tendones. Cuando se trata del dolor de codo y bíceps de sentadillas de barra baja, un ejercicio excelente es la flexión de martillo con mancuernas. 📚🔎 Hacer series de 8-15 repeticiones,Controla la parte excéntrica para obtener los mejores resultados. Este ejercicio proporciona alivio casi inmediato. Resumiendo :Movilidad,Técnica,Programación,Prehab/rehabilitación. 🥇🏆Asesorias 3154100588 altorendimientodeportivo anatomia theaclclub anatomyandphysiology acondicionamientofisico altorendimientodeportivo powerlifter strengthandconditioningcoach

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ATHLETES 🗣: This sequence of jumps works on lateral strength, explosiveness, & quickness, in addition to stamina 😤

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Thank you to flfperformancecentre for hosting our practical assessment today 💥 The level 4 sandceducation course has pushed me to be better, assess every aspect of what I do as a coach and more crucially why? 🏋️‍♂️ Words only paint half a picture of how excited I am to have passed 🤯 strengthandconditioningcoach olylift rundamentalcoaching olylift rfd speedstrength passed happycoach level4 fitness conditioning s&c strength instafit fitnessmotivation betterme betteryou overthemoon

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This article I wrote is my best work by far. Anybody interested in getting stronger at the king of all lifts needs to read it and take notes. After a decade of training and almost 100 athletes trained I know a thing or two about getting stronger. Definitely check it out and share it if it helped you! Thanks everybody🤘

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Repost sc_strength with get_repost ・・・ 🚨 It’s that time of year! 🚨 scstrength graduate assistants are getting ready to join a long and proud line of springfieldcollegealumni out in the world of professional strength and conditioning. Please join us in wishing coach Jamie luck as he leaves tomorrow to start his new job as an assistant strength and conditioning coach in the Kansas City Royals system. His hard work and dedication to his teams was second to none springfieldstrengthandconditioning strengthandconditioning strengthcoach strengthandconditioningcoach haveaday strengthtraining springfieldcollege scsc ncaa whyd3 student studentathlete athlete collegeathlete college team teamunity unity united teamwork hardwork workhard sport sports springfield

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HAVE YOU REACHED YOUR NEW YEARS FITNESS GOALS? IF NOT TAKE OUR COMPLIMENTARY ASSESSMENT Why is our Assessment complimentary? First of all we want to get to know our members. Their goals, injuries, nutrition, muscular imbalances and WHY are they doing it. It’s crucial for us to EDUCATE our members and go over any misleading information as well as myths that society has created in our lifetime. Our goal is to help them understand importance of PROGRESSIVE STRENGTH TRAINING and NUTRITION :) If you feel like you’re stuck or know someone that could benefit from our services please let us know :) bayareaspf bayareaspf bayareaspf

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🔬Science + Perspective 🔍⁣ ⁣ ⁣ When Training Action Sports Athletes by Coach John⁣ ⁣ ⁣ I’m not a huge fan of terms like “skate specific work out.” At the end of the day, action sports athletes require improvement of the same physical qualities that conventional athletes requirequalities such as:⁣ ⁣ ✔️strength⁣ ✔️power⁣ ✔️flexibility⁣ ✔️energy system development⁣ ⁣ ⁣ For example, a skateboarder may not need a 400-pound deadlift, but he can absolutely benefit from improvements in strength.⁣ ⁣ ⁣ It’s not just his or her muscles that get stronger. The integrity of ligaments, tendons, and bone density improve. ⁣ ⁣ This means when high impact landings occur, the athlete is structurally more resilient and thus less prone to injuries. Last I checked, injuries can take even the best out of the game.⁣ ⁣ ⁣ Improvements in power are also desirable for most action sports athletes. If a skateboarder can apply more force into the ground in a shorter period of time, his olli, kickflip etc. will be bigger. ⁣ ⁣ If he or she can generate more velocity when launching off the lip of a half-pipe, the aerial maneuver will be bigger. ⁣ ⁣ Last I checked, judges in contests tend to score higher for bigger, and more powerful performances, so there is no one that couldn’t benefit there.⁣ ⁣ Lastly, energy system development. Depending on the number of competitors, and length and number of heats, work to rest ratios can vary dramatically. ⁣ ⁣ ATP , glycolytic, or oxidative energy systems may need improvement respectively, or congruently. Last I checked, its hard to skate or perform well in any sport when you’re exhausted.⁣ ⁣ ⁣ The point is skaters, surfers, BMX riders etc. will all benefit from a properly designed strength and conditioning program. ⁣ ⁣ That doesn’t mean gimmicky training methods or voodoo. Research the athlete’s sport, discover which physical qualities are required, and which energy systems are dominant and program from there. dennisenarson harobmx coach_john760

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Over the years, I’ve had countless people tell me an exercise was ‘’too easy’’ when it was pretty apparent the exercise only felt this way because they weren’t performing the exercise correctly. The answer isn’t always adding more weight, performing more reps, or doing more advanced variations, etc. As I talk about a lot, once you master the basics, the sky is the limit. But first, make sure you are performing the exercise correctly. This WILL make it feel more challenging strengthquotes coachingquotes coachingtips coachinglife strengthtraining trainingtips fitnessquotes fitnesstips fitnessadvice personaltraining strengthandconditioningcoach

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Very overdue post, I told Meghan if she made it to training and worked hard she would be able to get a chin-up in without a band and before the end of March (video was taken 3rd week of March) andwellthere it is 😉. Great job kid!

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SAVE YOUR SHOULDER FROM PAIN & AGONY (45 seconds) USE these 6 drills throughout the day keep your shoulder healthy. TRUTH: Often time the only time we ATTEMPT to explore greater ranges of motion in our shoulder is when LOAD IT UP and put it to test with exercise. THINK ABOUT IT: Throughout the day how often do you: - raise your arm OVERHEAD - rotate your SHOULDERS BACK - extend your UPPER BACK - stimulate your WEAK ROTATOR CUFF MUSCLE IF the answer was; "Never," "Not a lot," or "Huh," then, 1. This is NOT GOOD. 2. You may be setting yourself up for a problem. GET THIS WHILE IT IS ON-SALE TODAY “The PERSONALIZED MOBILITY PLAN” Use link in bio for details. Become a Better Human shoulders rotatorcuff rotatorcuffrehab preventpain painfree mobility injuryfee exercise fitness personaltrainer athlete fitafter40 crossfitmasters mastersathlete powerlifting crossfitcoach deskbound office strengthandconditioningcoach physio physicaltherapy

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Trying to make an educational post about how excellent Yoga Push-Ups are for athletes but things didn’t turn out how expected. _ I was going to talk about how Yoga Push-Ups are great in a warm-up or as a strength builder. I was also going to mention that they develop shoulder stability in a semi-overhead position, something many athletes need to work on. dbayy22 is killing these. Oh, and how this movement can enhance your full-body mobility too. Lastly, I was going to say that it’s a great pressing option for basketball players, specifically, considering the large amount of overhead reaching (with contact) that occurs in the sport. But instead, we got raw footage of a heated argument about breakfast burritos between the_nicktemple43 and jetic_23 . Apparently TopGolf has a phenomenal breakfast burrito, so go try that. Save the Yoga Push-Ups for another day, I guess

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I strained my low back deadlifting pretty heavy last week and 5 days later, I’m hitting a mildly heavy hip thrust. - To keep things in perspective, this was only my situation. There are some injuries that are worse than others, where you may be pretty limited in exercises that you can do or possibly even surgery. When you have an injury, consult a trained exercise progressional, athletic trainer, and/or a physical therapist for recommendations on what to do. - That being said, injury doesn’t mean just sit and “rest”. Don’t be afraid to continue to train and continue to train heavy. However, you just have to be smart about load (and how you progress that load), exercise selection, and ensuring your technique is spot on. Just be sure to not stop your training. There is almost always something you can do. The last thing I want to hear is that you broke your finger so you can’t workout, as if your legs can’t move 🤦🏻‍♂️ - strength speed power strengthtraining speedtraining powertraining strengthandconditioning performance sportsperformance strengthcoach strengthandconditioningcoach performancecoach lift training strong fast athletic functionaltraining coach coaching injury injuryprevention trainthroughinjury health hipthrust hipthrusts lowback lowbackpain lowbackinjury

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What did you say!? 😘 Boxing week has gone into full swing (Excuse the pun) Trained this morning and this evening with a champion boxer and muay that figher. Think I just found my guy. Tony Robbins talks about immersion. If you really want to learn a sport, language anything. Find someone who is the best, work with them intensively and you will pick up the tricks and tips that took them 20 years to master. You get to download it in weeks. Repetition repetition repetition! If you want to really master something, are you doing an hour here and an hour there? or have you really committed? Watch my journey and sign up for my wickedly awesome, behind the scenes learnings and takeaways here: 👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇 bit.ly/GoBigNewsLetter Wake Up, Go Big, & Live Extraordinarily Peace and love Alex Rx

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Here are some simple steps to get you ripped from the nutrition standpoint in just 4 weeks 💪💪

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🚨KOLCE? A PO CO TO KOMU?🚨 Kolce lekkoatletyczne są dla sprinterów, skoczków i biegaczy tym, czym dla hokeistów łyżwy ⛸ a piłkarzy ⚽️ korki - niezbędnym i ściśle przypisanym do danej dyscypliny, specjalistycznym obuwiem. Ale czy ich zastosowanie u zawodników innych dyscyplin jest całkowicie pozbawione sensu? Moim zdaniem niekoniecznie 👈🏼 Dla wyjaśnienia sensu ich wykorzystania w procesie treningowym innych, niż lekkoatletyka dyscyplin, weźmy na tapetę kolce sprinterskie i ich użycie w treningu ukierunkowanym na kształtowanie szybkości. Kolce charakteryzują się: ✅niską wagą ✅dopasowaną do stopy konstrukcją ✅sztywną, wyprofilowana podeszwą z metalowymi kolcami w okolicach śródstopia. Ich konstrukcja forsuje korzystne z punktu widzenia mechaniki biegu ułożenie stopy, a w konsekwencji optymalne odbicie ze śródstopia 🤓 Dzięki temu oraz lepszej przyczepności za sprawą kolców, prędkość biegu jest wyższa, niż w tradycyjnym obuwiu biegowym. Z jednej strony oczywiście sportowcy, którzy na swoich arenach rywalizacji używają innego typu butów nie będą w stanie powtórzyć osiągów szybkościowych z treningu z wykorzystaniem kolców. Z drugiej ich mechanika biegu może się poprawić. Podobnie z samą szybkością, gdyż układ nerwowy był bodźcowany wyższymi prędkościami przez co aparat ruchu „wie, jak to jest” 😎 Sytuacja analogiczna do stosowania treningu „overspeed”. Z kolców lekkoatletycznych w swoim treningu szybkościowym korzystają chociażby bobsleiści (ich obuwie startowe ma jednak zbliżoną konstrukcję). Czy zalecam zakup i stosowanie kolców wszystkim sportowcom, w których dyscyplinie występują elementy sprintu? Nie, jednak ich umiejętne wykorzystanie nie będzie pozbawione racji bytu w niektórych dyscyplinach. Szczególnie, jeśli mówimy o najwyższym poziomie rywalizacji, gdzie każdy detal ma znaczenie 🥇 BartKomarekSC strengthandconditioning przygotowaniemotorycznewroclaw

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In my opinion, precisionnutrition makes some of the best infographics around and this one is no different. Are you sleeping too much? Are you sleeping too little? As always, it depends. gotobed sleepschedule sleepdeprived . precisionnutrition ( get_repost) ・・・ ➡At any age, adequate sleep is essential, and helps:⠀⠀⁣⠀⁣⠀ • Improve memory and focus;⠀⠀⁣⠀⁣⠀ • Hormone and neurotransmitter regulation;⠀⠀⁣⠀⁣⠀ • Keep mood and appetite stable;⠀⠀⁣⠀⁣⠀ • Inflammation regulation;⠀⠀⁣⠀⁣⠀ • Keep the immune system healthy and balanced; and⠀⠀⁣⠀⁣⠀ • Recover from stress (emotional/ phsyical).⠀⠀⁣⠀⁣⠀ -⠀⠀⁣⠀⁣⠀ 🖐🏽Important: While sleeping enough helps keep us healthy, sleeping too much can be a sign of illness.⠀⠀⁣⠀⁣⠀ -⠀⠀⁣⠀⁣⠀ 😔If sleeping over 9 or 10 hours is becoming the norm, consult a physician. Excessive sleep can be a sign of nutrient deficiency (low iron and B12 can both cause fatigue), depression, infection, or serious illness.⠀⠀⁣⠀⁣⠀ -⠀⠀⁣⠀⁣⠀ Pittsburghpa steelcity danminnicks theburgh pgh Pittsburghfitness pittsburghfit umbergerperformance performbetter strengthandconditioningcoach physicalpreparationcoach adultfitness strengthtraining strengthcoach highintensity conditioningtraining performancetraining trainlikeanathlete smarttraining physicallyfit buildmuscle gainmuscle gyminspiration gymspiration instafitfam instafitsociety fitnessaddiction

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Women’s Basketball set for year 2. Summer program is finalized. Awaiting the competitive schedule to make adjustments (normally an annual plan is based around the schedule). Come back in August ready to go! collegebasketball strengthcoach gliac nmuwildcats sports athletes womensbasketball womensbball collegebball womenathletes womeninsports basketball basketballplayers sportstraining collegesports basketballgame strengthcoach training ncaa nsca athlete athletetraining nmu nmuathletics strengthandconditioning strengthandconditioningcoach win

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I showed one of my in a fitness hat, so thought i would show the other. As a personal trainer, strength coach, health and wellness professional, its important to encourage these to stay active without projecting my own desires for them to be, well, pro athletes or the fittest in the world. Just encouragement in staying active throughout life is what they need from me! If they want to go further, that is on them, but i have the tools to help. brentwoodpersonaltraining brentwoodpersonaltrainer nashvillepersonaltrainer strengthandconditioningcoach certifiedstrengthandconditioningspecialist functionaltraining coreworkouts mobilitytraining crievehall brentwoodtn franklintn nashvilletennessee nashvillefit nolensvilletn williamsoncounty acsm nscaofficial ryourogue assaultfitness trxsuspensiontraining concept2 letsdothis gethealthy getfittoday makeachange starttoday getmoving crossfit fitatanyage

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This is my client that I've been working with for the past 2 months. Before she started working with me, I wrote her workouts to do for over a year. In that time, she didn't make much progress and she sustained a couple injuries unfortunately. After 8 weeks with me, not only are her injuries completely gone, but she's also made incredible progress in strength and body fat loss. - She has lost about 10 lbs already and her lifts have skyrocketed! She went from a 100 lb trap bar deadlift to the 200 for 5 trap bar deadlift you see here. She doubled her strength in 8 weeks essentially. - She has also benched 100 for 5 solid reps. This was a big deal because when we started she couldn't bench the bar for 5 reps without pain. Her shoulder was one of the main things that was causing pain for her unfortunately but it has all disappeared completely. Her physical therapist and doctor had no idea how that was possible without going to PT. - All she did was everything I asked, I didn't push her too hard. But definitely harder than she was pushing herself. At this rate I won't be surprised if she's deadlifting 300 lbs in the next two months. - If anybody wants to learn more about what I did leave a comment below and I'll go over it in a future article. Hope everybody is having a fantastic week!

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New blog is up ! Go to: https:www.torquesc.com/blog/2019/4/18/organizing-your-nutrition our homepage for the article

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Movement Tweak for Single Arm Row: Here’s a great little tweak for baseball ⚾️ softball 🥎 players and any human who moves dynamically for that matter. By opening up the stance and allowing greater trunk rotation here we might find a bit more transfer to their sport which could be baseball, softball or throwing firewood and shoveling snow for those everyday athletes out there Making it more reactive with less “restrictions” on the pattern (ie: shoulders square, belly button forward, ribs down, etc) we can watch athletes self organize a bit and develop their own strategies for movement success. Adding the speed and reactivity to it will almost always lead to “the right amount tension” about the trunk and allow for some really awesome transfer of this energy to be used in the sporting movement To quote my presentation at nscavt18 last summer on Building More Reactive Athletes, . “It’s not about the perfect position or perfect movement. It’s about the perfect transfer of energy.” . Sometimes we get so caught up in “perfect” movements in the gym that we forget that sport is really not all that perfect. I’m not advocating a shit show for movement patterns here but we must understand that we as coaches need to release the reigns sometimes and let the athlete move a bit. This movement we tweaked position to create some transfer to his sport and position and then just “let er fly a bit” and let him move dynamically with minimal cuing. It’s a great progression for athletes who have already developed solid foundations in their strength and are ready for progressions. lyndonbaseball nvu_lyndon keiserfitness baseball softball throwing baseballtraining softballtraining throwers singlearmrow keiserfitness middleinfielder infielder collegebaseball reactiveathletes reactivestrength dynamicathletes strengthandconditioning strengthandconditioningcoach shoulderhealth armstrength xipathletes

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MENÙ OF THE DAY: MOBILITY AND POWERROLL. IPEREXTENTION AND DEADLIFT: - 4s×12+8 (50kg). DEADLIFT: - 8x2s, 80kg. - 6x2s, 110kg. - 4x2s, 130kg. - 2x2s, 150kg. - 1x2s, 160kg (video). BENCH PRESS: - 6x7s, 90kg (video). INCLINED BENCH PRESS WITH DUMBBELLS, PULLEY AND BENT OVER RISES WITH LOOP BAND: - 4sx8+8+12. marcotagliazucchi marcotagliazucchipt personaltrainer personaltraining coaching coachingonline livecoaching training trainingday workout workoutroutine exercise exerciciofisico powerbuilding deadlift deadlifting benchpress benching strength strengthandconditioning strengthandconditioningcoach bodybuilding bodybuilder bodybuildingmotivation naturalbodybuilding naturalbodybuilder naturalbodybuildingmotivation bodyunderconstruction power enjoytheprocess

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How to Deadlift the right way Starting position: The bar is above the feet, close to the shin bone. The shoulders are slightly in front of the bar. Pulling the bar close to the body requires assistance and stabilization by the latissimus dorsi. Keep the core muscles activated and the back straight. The deadlift can be divided into two stages 1️⃣Lifting the bar to knee level. This is done mainly through knee extension. The trunk remains in a forward-leaning position 2️⃣Full extension of the hip and the knee until the body is fully straightened. In this video, you can also see 2 common mistakes which many people are doing. Throughout the exercise, keep the back in a neutral position. Even when we bend down, we will keep the same back position as when we are standing erect! And, what is the proper technique for lifting a weight off the floor? There is no one way to bend. There are various strategies for bending, choosing the right way depending on the specific functional demands. Here are some common techniques for lifting heavy objects safely ➖Deadlift ➖Deadlift with arm support ➖Squat ➖Lunge ➖Lunge with arm support . 🔴Important note🔴 Bending forward is a very important movement to be kept and maintained. In many daily activities that do not involve high or vertical pressure - rounding the spine comes naturally, such as in tying shoelaces, picking a light object off the ground, etc. Repost muscleandmotion 🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳 🕳 🕳 muscleandmotion muscleandfitness fitness fitnessapp gym gymnastic fitnesscoach fitnessphysique FitnessTrainer fitnesstips personaltrainer crossfit crossfittraining dorykb strengthtraining cardio workout gluteworkout deadlift deadlifts crossfit crossfitgirls crossfitter move deadlifting strengthtraining StrengthAndConditioningCoach

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💥KB Bottoms Up Overhead Press💥 - The KB Bottoms Up Overhead Press is an excellent shoulder stabilization exercise. Pressing with the kettlebell upside down causes more rotator cuff work to stabilize the kettlebell, while also strengthening muscles supporting shoulder movement and working on overhead mobility. - This is a great exercise we like to use here at T3, in-season and off-season for shoulder health 💪🏼 - Give it a try and see what you think! Start with 2 sets of 6 reps on each side and progress to 3 sets of 8-12 reps each. - Thanks tanner_isaacs for the killer demo 💯 - strength speed power strengthtraining speedtraining powertraining strengthandconditioning performance sportsperformance strengthcoach strengthandconditioningcoach performancecoach lift training strong fast athletic functionaltraining coach coaching shoulderworkout shoulderstrength shoulderstability shoulderhealth overheadpress overheadathlete baseball softball t3family

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The Hruska Abduction lift test has been one of the most useful assessments I have taken from my PRI journey. The problem sometimes for me is that I work with a lot of clients that lack the ability to perform the test in side lying as indicated. This supine modification has been working pretty well for me so I thought I would share: 1=Ability to find/feel stance side ZOA 2=Ability to find/feel stance side abductors 3=Ability to find/feel opposite side glute med 4=Ability to manually resist adduction 5=Ability to manually resist adduction and hip flexion This has worked really well with my geriatrics in particular so hopefully it is useful for you as well!

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5 hours ago

11athleticsgym First week of isometrictraining with frenchcontrast (surfing the force/velocity curve) after a tough 2 week eccentric block. I like doing yielding isometrics on week one, then on week 2, overcoming isometrics. Been using triphasictraining consistently with my athletes and in my own offseasontraining the past few years, and I’ve yet to find another system that sets athletes up for success better than triphasic. This is probably the nastiest phase of the program 🤢🤮😴. strengthtraining strengthandconditioning strengthandconditioningcoach personaltrainer strength fitness sportsperformance fast plyometrics safetybar columbus fitnessmotivation rugbystrength offseason offseasongains gains💪

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5 hours ago

Almost 2 years ago Coacha HQ had a total refurb. ⚒ We combined a small office with a much larger office and hallway to accomodate for new team members. We all had an input with office decor, including each member of staff printing their favourite pictures to display on our picture board! 📸