@bodybuilder.lovershoulders and triceps today. Low energy... ._ won't say the opposite 😂😂😂. But homework is done.
1. Hammer Press
2. Dumbbells Side Raises
3. Press Machine Front Grip
4. Side Raises Machine
5. Pek Dek Rear Delt
3-4 sets for each exercise
1. Cable Extension With Barbell
2. Over Head, Cable Rope Ext.
3. One Arm, Reverse Grip, Cable Ext.
4. Bodyweight Dips
3-4 sets for each exercise
Sometimes the basis can't be replaced
Did my first ever muscle up today!! That’s one fitness goal off my list for 2019 ✅ The next 3 are 315 front squat, 315 bench, 100lb shoulder press.. What are your fitness goals for 2019???💪🏽 #trainnolimits@nolimit_humblebeast
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ALL LEVELS WELCOME! Join @jessebraade and @lindsay__richards of @samataliving for a two-day intensive on #handbalancing and #armbalances. Learn techniques, drills and fundamentals to start or deepen your practice. 🤸🏾♂️🤸🏽♀️🤸🏾♂️🤸🏽♀️
$60 for two days, 4 total hours of training! March 30-31, 11:30-1:30 each day. Register at torchyogastudio.com to save your spot.
Handstand Benefits🤸🏾♂️ Improved Upper Body Strength✅
Improved Core Strength✅
Improved Grip Strength✅
Improved Musculoskeletal Health✅
Improved Spatial Perception and Balance✅
And they are fun and interesting to do✅
They can even help to reduce stress✅
Looks like being Inverted is the way forwards...#handstandeveryday 👍🏾
I was nervous training completely alone today. I’ve trained many times by myself but I don’t push myself as hard, I get distracted and even go home early if I’m tired. This time I tried to set some intentions before getting to the gym. I promised myself I would be intentional with every stretch and not just go through the motions. I knew I really wanted to hold all my splits for a minute more then one time. I wanted to do some handstand drills before warming up back. I held my forearm stand and Contortion handstand for one minute trying to balance on my own as well as trying to move my legs around. And most importantly I did all my Contortion strong conditioning at the end💪🤸🏻♀️🏋️♀️! Haha thanks @catie.brier.contortion ❤️ and @cirque_physio for making such amazing programs that enhances my training! Check out their websites to get pre training and pt programs and post conditioning! I’m feeling super happy and excited to see my progress 🤓
Anyone up for trying this little movement challenge? 🤸
Role (read 'hole' ) - start in a squat, put your hands down to the side and slide your feet slowly on the floor to the side, one leg at a time to come back to the squat again. There are plenty of ways of doing this one, so feel free to play around with it 😉
Make sure your feet stay in contact with the floor all the time.
Next Movement Workshops (4-hour long) covering floor locomotion, soft acrobatics, backbends, partner games, arm balances and QDR:
🔼Basingstoke 24th of February
🔼Southampton 10th of March
Dm me for more info and bookings.
Kickup to handstand - 18 seconds. Still fair from minimum standard of 30 seconds, but improved from the previous 11 seconds attempt 2 weeks ago. But taking less tries to get up from pickup. This was after 3 tries. Though the target should be first attempt.
Simplicity, transparency, full of valueable & functional information: Your Winter Superfood super green food snack or soup [lots of love at the beginning, dry oregano, organic collard greens, crunchy org. brocolli, turmeric powder, black pepper, sea salt, fresh raw olive oil at the end) I see a lot of patients that want to get well, including getting rid of mucus/phlegm, fibroids, and/or high blood pressure, but many have a tough time letting go, changing a few easy bad habits, and they get emotionally and mentally challenging about changes. I tell them, take one simple day at a time; focus on one important health goal, and put all the efforts into that one awesome goal, including motivating & rewarding oneself when, e.g., one stop eating red meat/steaks/bacon when high blood pressure and cholesterol is abnormally high. It's all part of this one goal. To fulfill a goal, sometimes you will have to delay gratification to achieve that one goal. I help patients accomplish that one goal through coaching, acupuncture ( there are nice acupuncture points that will reduce appetite and be nicer to people:-), customized yoga intensive integrative with other necessary exercises, advance nutrition and cooking simple recipes to gently detox the mind, body and emotion.
This is a new year, take yourself seriously, but keep it as simple as possible💖💜. Feel free to inquire how I may guide you & yours, to be the true you, which lies beneath all the complaints, excuses and/or procrastination. Chicago & Tampa: 727-331-0086, go to my bio👈👍😉🙏 #god#yogi#happiness#vegetarian#love#planet#bodybuilding#gymnasticbodies#hardwork#worksmart#journey
In our last post we covered #mindset and its importance on how it influences our perspective or outlook toward not only training but life in general. If mindset is the structure, then #discipline is what "glues" or keeps it all together
In context we're talking about self discipline and like any gymnastic skill it can be developed. As an example, whenever the MAG boys train, EVERY session starts and ends with a lineup. This simple ritual asks our young men to listen in, maintain focus and stand still as they direct thier attention forward 😶. No easy task as most coaches would agree, but the intent is to instill the "behavior" that carries into the session until the end ✔️
Sunset handstands 🌆🤸🏻♂️.
Rotating/twisting the lower body is quite an unusual feeling to control but very satisfying when making it back to the start 🤓💃🏽.
Always feels good to move, no matter which way up you are 🙃🐒✌🏼.
— Se estiver acima do peso (em gordura) saudável para sua altura, não pule corda com muita intensidade, acostume periodicamente a sua mente e a sua estrutura corporal com impactos dessa magnitude (do seu peso) contra o solo.
E você que não está acima do peso saudável para sua altura se estiver pensando em começar a pular corda também vá acostumando periodicamente a sua mente e a sua estrutura corporal com impactos dessa magnitude contra o solo... Pule baixinho e vá aumentando ao longo do tempo, conforme sentir que está pronto (a) para avançar.
— Não precisa ser sempre o mesmo movimento... Mude!
(It does not always have to be the same movement... Move!)
— Faz o que você tem que fazer, na hora que tu tem que fazer, independente se tá afim ou não... Entre você e o cansaço, que sobreviva você.💛
#workout para se sentir bem.