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Have you joined us but never experienced the fun of an Our Gym class before? 🏋️‍♀️ Not a member yet? Maybe you want to give us a try before joining? 🤔 If so we're running a brand new taster class every Thursday at 6:15pm just for YOU! 🙌 Simply head to the Our Gym reception or e-mail henry.thomas@sportspace.co.uk to book now and come and join in the fun! • • • #OurGym #Gym #GymMotivation #GymLife #Hemel #HemelHempstead #Herts #Hertfordshire #Dacorum #EnjoyDacorum #gym #workout #training #fitness #fitnesslife #fitnessmotivation #fitnessfun #fitnessworkout #classes #exerciseclasses #exerciseroutine #exercisetips #exerciseideas
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Upper body/cardio workout down this morning ✅ not been able to fit many workouts in so far this week so combined my arms and cardio day into one today. Glutes day tomorrow! 👊🏾 #fitness #trainhard #upperbody #shoulders #lats #bicepwork #tricepworkout #pullups #fitnessaddict #ukfitfam #girlswholift #weighttraining #exercisetips #workout #motivation #arms #fitfam #fit #fitness #gym #gymlife
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I spend a lot of time talking about gym based exercise. But it’s important to remember this isn’t always going to be possible, or even the most effective. I always make an effort to also programme exercise outside of the gym environment, that fits in with your schedule and that you enjoy! Contact me for more info on how I can help you create an exercise schedule that suits you! #exercise #exercisemotivation #exercises #exercisetips #outdoors #outdoorexercise #fitness #fitnessmotivation #fitlife #fitnesslife #fitlifestyle #health #healthylifestyle #healthy #healthyliving #healthandwellness #mountainbiking #personaltrainer
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Do you know your limit? I thought I did until I ran my first marathon in London, my first olympic distance triathlon in Dubai, my first mountain summit on Kilimanjaro, my admission into UCL university even when I was told I couldn't, getting recruited by CSFB as an investment banker and the list goes on and on. Quite frankly, I still do not know my limit as I have yet to reach it. What I do know however, is that every time I set a BHAG (Big Hairy Audacious Goal) that I overcome, my mind transitions from 'I cannot' to 'I can'. So when my crazy trainer (and I mean that in the nicest way) suggested the #2020lungeschallenge of doing lunges for 2,020m to welcome 2020, rather than asking 'why?', I said 'why not!'. Each time I break past my own mental barrier, I get the confidence to push harder, push farther and achieve results which were once unimaginable. Set your BHAG to welcome 2020. You will know the number because your mind will scream 'are you crazy?!?!' ... that is your number. Good luck amd share your BHAG in the comments section. Feel free to share with others. #declutteryourbody, #declutterpeople and #declutteryourmind to #declutteryourlife and #achievegreatness 😀
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2 hours ago
Being a coach can be challenging but it is one of the most rewarding jobs you can do. CrossFit has opened up a lot of new techniques and challenges for myself which makes things interesting. My job as a coach is to help you move better, become stronger, fitter and healthier all while helping you live a better lifestyle. I just happen to use CrossFit for this purpose. If you would like to join the team you are more than welcome. DT 🙂
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𝗙𝘂𝗹𝗹𝗯𝗼𝗱𝘆 𝘄𝗮𝗿𝗺-𝘂𝗽 𝗰𝗶𝗿𝗰𝘂𝗶𝘁 Warming up the body is essential to avoid exercise-induced injury and it helps our body move more efficiently. Instead of doing individual movements, I like to warm up in a circuit/flow pattern to keep up the intensity and make it less boring 😉 In the video is a movement prep circuit. Do this as a full-body warm-up for 10 reps. If needed, you can do standalone joint mobility BEFORE this circuit if any joints need extra attention. 🧐 Exercises included in this circuit are inchworms, twisted hi planks and low overhead squats. Some movement coaching tips - Step 1️⃣- Hinge from the hips (and not bend). If you can't touch your hands down, you can bend the knees a bit. Step 2️⃣- Walkout on hands with small steps to go into a high plank position. Avoid swaying and shifting of hips and hold the position for 1-2 secs before moving into the next step. Step 3️⃣ - This step is optional. Twist slowly into a side plank and balance well. Repeat on the other side. Good control is key to the movement. Step 4️⃣- Step forward one leg at a time to go into a low squat position. Try keeping the feet facing forward. If they turn out, it means you need to work a bit on your ankle mobility. Step 5️⃣ - When you take your hands overhead, make sure they are in line with your ears. Step 6️⃣ - When you stand up, avoid going up with your hips first. REVERSE the movement. If you try it, let me know how you liked it. 😎 🎶: Happy Step (URL: https://icons8.com/music/) #fitnessisfun #movementprep #onlinefitnesscoaching #punefitness #pune #workoutanywhere #workoutideas #fitpune #womeninfitness #athomeworkouts #athomefitness #indiafitness #fitnessindia #fitindia #exercisevideos #exercisetips #exerciseoftheday #exerciseroutine #warmupexercise #warmups #plankstronger #circuitworkout #momfitness #mobilitywork
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3 hours ago
A cool-down is to reduce heart and breathing rates, gradually cool body temperature, return muscles to their optimal length-tension relationships, prevent venous pooling of blood in the lower extremities, which may cause dizziness or possible fainting, and restore physiologic systems close to baseline. 1. Reduce heart and breathing rates 2. Gradually cool body temperature 3. Return muscles to their optimal length-tension relationships 4. Prevent venous pooling of blood in the lower extremities #cooldown #cooldownexercise #health #naturalhealth #healthylife #yoga #yogalife #yogainspiration #yogatips #fitness #meditation #strength #fitnesslife #fit #bodyfitness #fitnessmotivation #fitlife #sthrifitnessstudio #bodybuilding #healthfitness #exercise #healthy #weightloss #instahealth #exercisetips #exerciseideas #healthaddict #ladiesgymsinkomarapalayam #fitnessstudioinkomarapalayam #fitnesscenterinkomarapalayam
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3 hours ago
🔥PROTEIN SHAKE FOR BULKING, CUTTING AND PLEASURE🔥 - ⬇⬇ Comment what protein shake will you take ⬇⬇ - 💪 Courtesy: @_fitnessworld_1 - 👉 Follow @_fitnessworld_1 👉 Follow @_fitnessworld_1 👉 Follow @_fitnessworld_1 - ➡ Link in bio for GYM INSPIRED SHIRTS, PULLOVERS and PHONE CASES! Use "DAILYTOUGH" code for 10% off 🔥🔥 - - - #dailytoughfitness #workouts #workout#workouttips #workoutroutine #workout👍#workoutoftheday #workout💪 #befitmotivation#fitnesstips #fitnessmotivation #exercise#exercisemotivation #exercisetips#exercisetipsoftheday #exercisetipoftheday#workouttipoftheday #workoutfood #workoutfoods#foodsforweightloss #foodsformusclegain#fooddiet #foodsforfatloss #foodforworkout#dietfoods #dietplanner #dietplans #dietmealplan#fitfoodporn #fitfoods
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3 hours ago
🔥THE 4 MORES OF BUILDING MUSCLE 🔥 - 💪 Courtesy: @_fitnessworld_1 - 👉 Follow @_fitnessworld_1 👉 Follow @_fitnessworld_1 👉 Follow @_fitnessworld_1 - ➡ Link in bio for GYM INSPIRED SHIRTS, PULLOVERS and PHONE CASES! Use "DAILYTOUGH" code for 10% off 🔥🔥 - - - #dailytoughfitness #workouts #workout#workouttips #workoutroutine #workout👍#workoutoftheday #workout💪 #befitmotivation#fitnesstips #fitnessmotivation #exercise#exercisemotivation #exercisetips#exercisetipsoftheday #exercisetipoftheday#workouttipoftheday #workoutmode#workoutinspiration #workoutplan #gymaddicts#gymlife #gymfreak #gymbeast #gymlovers#gymfitness #gymquotes #gyms #gymadvice#gymworkout
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🔥THE 4 MORES OF BUILDING MUSCLE 🔥 - 💪 Courtesy: @_fitnessworld_1 - 👉 Follow @_fitnessworld_1 👉 Follow @_fitnessworld_1 👉 Follow @_fitnessworld_1 - ➡ Link in bio for GYM INSPIRED SHIRTS, PULLOVERS and PHONE CASES! Use "DAILYTOUGH" code for 10% off 🔥🔥 - - - #dailytoughfitness #workouts #workout#workouttips #workoutroutine #workout👍#workoutoftheday #workout💪 #befitmotivation#fitnesstips #fitnessmotivation #exercise#exercisemotivation #exercisetips#exercisetipsoftheday #exercisetipoftheday#workouttipoftheday #workoutmode#workoutinspiration #workoutplan #gymaddicts#gymlife #gymfreak #gymbeast #gymlovers#gymfitness #gymquotes #gyms #gymadvice#gymworkout
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💥 𝙃𝙤𝙬 𝙮𝙤𝙪 𝙨𝙝𝙤𝙪𝙡𝙙 𝙉𝙀𝙑𝙀𝙍 𝙨𝙩𝙧𝙚𝙩𝙘𝙝! ➖ ❗️It’s driving me nuts when I see it so much that I decided to film it ASAP and post! ➖ Clients, trainers, STOP doing those “stretches”. They are NOT stretches, they are direct ways to f*ck up your spine! ➖ 💯This industry is full of things that got into people’s heads a long time ago and spread like a virus! But worst thing is that they are preached as “the right way” to do it! But only a fraction of people think hard and use their brain... what actually “this” or “that” does to your body? ➖ In this example I’m demonstrating how some people break their intervertebral disks thinking they are stretching their hamstrings! How are you stretching your hamstrings if 90% of the “stretch” happens in your back?! Squeezing and pushing on your disks to destroy them in the long run? ➖ Why everyone knows it’s not good to deadlift with round back, but this is done all over the place? ➖ I’ve already had 3 clients + MY WIFE who had back pinches and pain during this movement and in the long run (their previous “trainer” told them to do it!). If your back is pinching, you MUST STOP DOING WHAT YOU ARE DOING AND THINK HARD! ➖ One of my goals is to provide you with MYTH BUSTING so that you do things in efficient and safe manner! ➖ I’m actually posting this FULL video into FREE CONTENT SECTION on my website soon, make sure to check this out because there I also explain how to stretch your hamstrings WITHOUT rounding and screwing your back! ➖ ⬇️𝙉𝙤𝙬 𝙄 𝙝𝙖𝙫𝙚 𝙘𝙤𝙣𝙨𝙩𝙖𝙣𝙩𝙡𝙮 𝙪𝙥𝙙𝙖𝙩𝙞𝙣𝙜 𝙁𝙍𝙀𝙀 𝘾𝙊𝙉𝙏𝙀𝙉𝙏 𝙨𝙚𝙘𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣 𝙤𝙣 𝙢𝙮 𝙬𝙚𝙗𝙨𝙞𝙩𝙚, 𝙈𝙐𝙎𝙏 𝘾𝙃𝙀𝘾𝙆!⬇️ ➖ 🌎 𝘁𝗿𝗮𝗶𝗻𝗲𝗱𝗯𝘆𝗻𝗶𝗸.𝗰𝗼𝗺
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4 hours ago
Arthritis Exercise Tips for Seniors (Part 2) 1. Choose Low-Impact Exercises This includes water aerobics, elliptical machines, stationary cycling, and swimming. Tai Chi is also a great way to improve a senior’s flexibility and balance. 2. Mix It Up Mix up your exercise routines – your workouts should be varied and not stagnant. Consult with your loved one’s doctor to come up with a workout plan that focuses on strengthening their strength and flexibility. #Arthritis #ExerciseTips #MaLoweHomeCareAgency
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🦋 FREE GUIDE 🦋⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Everyone seems to be sweating it out at the gym these days... 🏋‍♀⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ But did you know that if you've been recently diagnosed with hyperthyroidism that may not be the ideal workout for you?⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ I've created a guide with 14 other options that are gentler for your body that will leave you feeling renewed, not exhausted. 🧘‍♀⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Request your free copy at https://www.oliviacrawford.com.au/exerciseforhyperthyroidism/⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Or click on the linktr.ee link in my profile @olivia___crawford
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Posted @withrepost@fitn0w 🔥WHICH EXERCISES TO CHOOSE FOR FAT LOSS🔥 . Follow 👉 @fitn0w Follow 👉 @fitn0w . . 📝 Most people who are fresh to fitness usually strive for losing fat while building some muscle in the process. Besides optimizing crucial lifestyle factors like nutrition, sleep and stress management, regular and consistent training plays a huge role in getting closer and closer towards those goals.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ➕ It is tempting to jump one one of those many routines by pretty and sexy fitness influencers with their rock sharp abs and peach butts. After all they must have build those bodies by doing countless hip thrusts, split squats, sit ups, crunches, donkey kickbacks and clam shells every other day. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ➕Reality however is less sexy as most novice and early intermediate fitness enthusiasts are better advised to lay a solid foundation for years of progress and training success by focussing on achieving fundamental strength of the whole! muscular system as well as proper mobility. That however is best achieved by training the body as a system utilizing the big compound lifts (squats, deadlifts, presses and pulls as well as their variations) instead of betting on too many isolation exercises (those that only involve one joint and very few muscles at a time).⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ➕Those compound exercises always involve significantly more muscle mass and trigger a stronger hormonal response in your body due to the higher systemic stress. A leg extension for 4 sets of 10 on the machine is just not as taxing 4x10 back squats at RPE 7-8 and therefore triggers less of a response in your body. Training programs that emphasises compound lifts always generate better muscle growth (and therefore fat loss if all the other fat loss factors are optimized too) than the ones that uses mostly isolation exercises. . . By @breitfit #fitnesstips #workouttips #exercises #fitness #fatloss #fatlosstips #exercisetips #exerciseideas
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LIFT TO FAILURE GOOD OR BAD by @strengthcoachtherapy ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Lifting to failure is 100% not necessary for gains and progress. If done too much, it can even hinder progress. For many novice lifters, going to failure is overused and overrated. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ With that being said though there are exercises that you should definitely stay clear of when lifting to failure and some others that are safer if you choose this style of lifting. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Compound movements, big no no. If you are lifting to failure while performing these, that's a recipe for disaster to happen. It may not happen for the duration of your current training as of now but it will take a toll later on and catch up to you. Believe me injuring some of the biggest muscles groups is no bueno. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Now when I do think it's OK to perhaps go to failure? Accessory movements are better suited for this type of training. There's not going to be as much heavy loads etc.. and you can pretty much stop once you are tapped as you aren't in a dangerous position as the case with most compound movements. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ I myself do not train to failure as I don't see much progress from doing so. I also like to recover fully for the next session so IMO by training to failure you are not allowing the muscle groups to fully heal and repair properly, just my two cents. I normally stop with 1-2 reps still left in the tank. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ If you made it this far, please comment below "TRAINS MART" or tag/share with a friend as it helps me to see that I'm making a difference in your fitness goals. As always, have a great day! -Ski - - 📚 Are you struggling with diet and training routines? "Fitness Foundations: A Beginner's Guide" eBook 📚 is now available! ☝️Check it out by clicking on the link in my bio! - Follow me @skiman.factual.fitness for daily nutritional & training advice! #trainsmart #trainsmarernotharder #fitnesstips #exercisetips #workouttips #gettingbettereachday #workingouttips #liftingweights #weightlifting #skimanfactualfitness
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⁣ ✅❌ Arnold Press Right/Wrong Techniques ✅❌⁣ ⁣ 💾 Give this a save for a good guideline!⁣ -⁣ 🏋️‍♂️ Arnold Press: Arnold used to live and die by this exercise. He’s stated this was one of his best exercises to build all three delts. It makes perfect sense. You get some rear and side delt stimulus when you rotate the DB’s and then of course front delt work doing the pressing. Very underrated exercise I believe that a lot of people don’t take advantage of by doing it with poor form. ⁣ -⁣ -⁣ ❌1. SLOW DOWN! I’ve noticed certain individuals do this exercise very fast. Which I can understand slightly from a psychological standpoint because if you’re new to this exercise your probably thinking “like wowww... I have to make almost a whole 180 turn with dumbbells and then press them up and bring them down and rotate again and then repeat”. ⁣ So at first you may think you have to start fast and keep that pace. But you shouldn’t. Too much stimulus missed out on and the lack of a mind muscle connection will be un beneficial. ⁣ -⁣ ❌2. Using Your Upper Chest. The safest way is to have your back up against a bench or any surface you can find in my opinion but that does not mean to arch your back while doing the exercise. You should be tightening your core the whole movement so you don’t allow yourself to do that. Plus you just have to be aware of that habit if that’s a category you fall into. ⁣ -⁣ -⁣ ✅1. Keeping Wrist Neutral. To avoid wrist pain and discomfort please be aware of how your wrist are lined up. They should not be leaning or intensely pointed one side. In the video, you will see my wrist stay in the same position almost the entire time. The knuckles should be pointed vertically the entire time. ⁣ -⁣ ✅2. Not locking wrist out..... Even though I put this in the good techniques for this exercise one can argue it’s really not a big deal when locking out on exercise. This one is just my opinion, from past experiences, and just talking to people who have golfers elbow or tennis elbow. You’d be surprised how many of them answered yes to my question of “do you lock out on your exercises”? So that’s always stuck with me🤷‍♂️
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5 hours ago
Interval training is a kind of workout in which you do a series of low to high intensity exercises. Try one today! 💪 #intervaltraining #workout #exercises #workoutmotivation #exercisetips #testosterone #testosteronebooster #supplements #C26Booster
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・・・ HOW TO DUMBBELL SHRUGS - If you enjoy my content, make sure to follow me, @apfau for daily fitness content 😁. - If you want to build your traps, the best exercise is deadlifts. Your traps will also be hit when you train your back with rowing movements. However, if you need a bit more for them to grow, dumbbell shrugs are an effective exercise. The range of motion is so small on shrugs that people tend to go way too heavy and make the movement more complicated than it needs to be. Focus on controlling the reps with a nice contraction at the top. Do not roll your shoulders back. Your traps are not stimulated by rolling your shoulders and you’re just putting yourself at a higher risk for injury. - If you are struggling with 𝐜𝐚𝐥𝐜𝐮𝐥𝐚𝐭𝐢𝐧𝐠 your 𝐦𝐚𝐜𝐫𝐨𝐬, setting up 𝐲𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐝𝐢𝐞𝐭, and designing an 𝐞𝐟𝐟𝐞𝐜𝐭𝐢𝐯𝐞 𝐰𝐨𝐫𝐤𝐨𝐮𝐭 𝐫𝐨𝐮𝐭𝐢𝐧𝐞, check out my 𝐞𝐛𝐨𝐨𝐤 by clicking the 𝐥𝐢𝐧𝐤 𝐢𝐧 𝐦𝐲 𝐛𝐢𝐨💪🏼. - If you’re interested in working with me 1 on 1 for a custom plan tailored to your goals, send me an email for more information on online coaching. - #workouttips #exercisetips #fittips #fitnesstips #gymtutorial #workouttutorial #fitnesstrainer #personaltrainer #fitnessvideos #gymvideos #workoutvideos #exercisevideos #exercisehelp #backworkout #lifting
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I’ve seen so many people spend hours in the gym but they still look the same. I've also seen others who spend less than an hour in the gym but have an incredible physique. Do you ever wonder the reason why? I’m sure you’re saying genetics, drugs and rock and roll 🤣 and nothing else. I can also say the workout quality is not that great, which is part of it. I personally think a lot of people do not need to be in the gym for longer than 45 minutes, I would say an hour max. While you're in the gym, are you talking more than your working? If not, can you work harder/smarter in a shorter amount of time? Let’s dive in a little deeper. When you go home after your long workout which poor habits take over? Is it your poor food choices? What about your sleep, do you get enough? Are you giving yourself enough time to recover between your workouts? Those are just a few questions you should be asking yourself if you are frustrated with your physique. Especially after training for years, 5-6 days a week for 2 hours. I can easily show you how to maximize your time and effort without sacrificing your physique. We all need to be pointed in the right direction at times. I was once there and now I’m beyond grateful for those who’ve shared their knowledge with me 🙏🏾
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Sound on 🔊❗️Does your back often feel compressed? Tight all the time? Try learning how to control your pelvis with this exercise. . . Pelvic tilts play a big role in low back compressive forces. If you’re always in a forward (anterior pelvic tilt) position, this could increase the compression forces on the low back , creating an open scissor affect, which over time could lead to overuse and joint breakdown. Not to mention a feeling of tension constantly.
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The key for me when doing fasted cardio is doing it pretty soon after i wake up. 🥴 . It will be planned the night before so you will be mentally prepared. 👍 . I will usually have a coffee before hand just to give me the extra energy boost, caffeine will also help to mobilise fat stores in your workout.☕️ . #cardioworkout #cardioworkouts #fastedcardio #fastedworkout #exercisetips #fitnessmotivation
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💪🏿It’s another great workout Wednesday💪🏿
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⚠️This is how you should be training⚠️ - ❌ If you go too fast and explosive you definitely incorporate many different muscles that shouldn't be included at all, taking away from the isolation - 🙅‍♂️Slow it down and leave your ego at the door - It's cliche but the ones that are making all the noise and operating in a risky manner are the beginners... - ✅ A seasoned lifter moves intelligently and thinks about the long-term. We wouldn't jeopardize our ability to move to the next level 💁‍♂️ - I know the beginners are excited to be in there and all but they really need to learn how to perform before they get worried about showing off their new found abilities 😁 - 🔥 Injuries come from explosiveness - 🌎 Accepting clients for my Online Coaching Program! DM me as soon as possible
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6 PACK ABS by @apfau @fitness_lovers_point If you enjoy my content, make sure to follow me, @apfau for daily fitness content 😁. - Most of us know that to have visible abs, you need to be lean enough for them to show. Swipe left for a good visual on this by @nattyknowledge. However, if you want your abs to be impressive when you do get lean enough, you should make sure you train them adequately just like any other muscle group. - Typically, the lower abs are the most difficult to obtain. I believe this is due to two factors. The first is that lower ab exercises are more challenging. Lower ab exercises are naturally weighted since they require you to bring the weight of your lower half towards you. The second factor is that lower abs tend to lose fat later than your upper abs causing them to be the last ones to show. - The upper abs are the easiest to target. Any crunching motion should do. As for obliques, they are hit with twisting motions. If you incorporate an exercise from each column throughout the week, you’ll be hitting all areas of your abs. Combine that with compound lifts and when it’s finally time to cut and get lean, you should have well developed abs. - If you are struggling with 𝐜𝐚𝐧𝐠 your 𝐦𝐚𝐜𝐫𝐨𝐬, setting up 𝐲𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐝𝐢𝐞𝐭, and designing an 𝐞𝐧𝐞, check out my 𝐞𝐛𝐨𝐨𝐤 by clicking the 𝐥𝐢𝐧𝐤 𝐢𝐧 𝐦𝐲 𝐛𝐢𝐨💪🏼. - If you’re interested in working with me 1 on 1 for a custom plan tailored to your goals, send me an email for more information on online coaching. - #absworkout #abexercises #abworkout #howtogetabs #workouttips #fitnesstips #coreworkout #coreexercises #exercisetips #situps #crunches #planks #bodyweightworkout #bodyweightexercises #bodyweighttraining
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MUSCLE CONFUSION by @apfau @all_fitnesstipes If you enjoy my content, make sure to follow me, @apfau for daily fitness content 😁. - Excellent post by @iwannaburnfat addressing the myth that it’s important to constantly change your exercises in order to “shock” your muscles. There is research showing that the progress you make on an exercise that is relatively new to you is mostly because of skill learning and neuromuscular adaptations, rather than an increase in muscle size [1]. - Once you have learned the skill of a movement, you will be able to complete it with proper coordination of relevant muscle groups and start maximizing muscle growth [2]. In other words, you will maximize your gains by sticking with an exercise and mastering it, not by switching to a new exercise before you become fully comfortable with the first one. - In practice, I’d recommend keeping the same compound exercises for a minimum of 2 months. However, you can keep them a lot longer than that. Deadlifts are an effective exercise. They won’t become ineffective because you’ve been doing them for a while. As long as you’re continuing to progressively overload, you’ll continue to reap the benefits. - On isolation exercises, you can alternate a bit more frequently but that would be just to spice things up and prevent boredom with your training, not to “shock” the muscle. - 🏼. - If you’re interested in working with me 1 on 1 for a custom plan tailored to your goals, send me an email for more information on online coaching. - #buildmuscle #musclegain #musclegrowth #liftingweights #weightlifting #weighttraining #howtogainmuscle #gainmuscle #musclebuilding #hypertrophy #strengthtraining #musclegains #workouttips #fitnesstips #exercisetips
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USEFUL SUPPLEMENTS by @theskinnysurvivor💪🏻 - What are your favourite supplements?🤔 - 1 Whey Protein Isolate: Whey Protein Isolate isn’t really a supplement; it’s food. Treat it as food. Proteins are the building blocks of muscle.This should just be used for convenience really or if you enjoy the taste. If you’re struggling to hit between .82-1g of protein per lb of bodyweight, then have some Whey Protein Isolate. . 2 Fish Oils Fish Oils contain DHA and EPA, two compounds important for heart and brain health. As well as this, they are a good source of vitamin D, which is important for testosterone production. . 3 Creatine Monohydrate: Creatine is a peptide, which is found naturally in muscle tissue. It’s safe, and is the most researched supplement on the market. On top of this, it has proven benefits. It’s been shown to increase muscular power output, as well as anaerobic endurance. It does this through increasing ATP production. ATP is the cell’s “energy currency”. More ATP= More Energy. These performance increases allow you to perform more reps at a given weight, inevitably building a bigger and stronger muscle. Take 5g per day. - 4 Caffeine: Caffeine is most widely consumed psychoactive drug in the world. It is super powerful when it comes to building muscle. It helps increase adrenaline and dopamine in the body, which translates into a heightened nervous system and greater power output. More power means you’ll be able to put more tension on the muscle, thus building more muscle. Take 200-450 mg thirty minutes before your workout. . Share this with someone who you think this could help!⤵️ - Make sure to FOLLOW! @the_ny_life_ Make sure to FOLLOW! @the_ny_life_ CREDIT📸: @theskinnysurvivor - - - - - #getupandmove #biceps #instagym #getbigordietrying #fitover45 #crunchfitness #gymrat #physique #fitnesspost #workouttechniques #nutrtionaltips #fastlifefitness #workoutinfo #workoutinformation #workoutinfographic #classicbodybuilder #strengthtraining #exercisetips #fitnessfreaks #fitnation #shreddedlife #muscular #gymaesthetics
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MUSCLE GROWTH EXPLAINED by @jmihalyfit ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Quick and dirty explanation post by Justin, giving us a visual of how the muscle behaves pre, during and post exercise. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Basically the muscle pre exercise is in it's normal state, not full of blood and not torn so we are in the natural size and state of a non stimulated muscle fiber. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Its only when our muscle have been stimulated and over loaded that the muscle experiences some micro tears. Now this sounds awful but rest assure that this is the normal life cycle of the muscle whenever we go through out extensive training session. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Post workout is now when the magic happens. We rest and recovery along with feeding the muscle fibers to grow back bigger and stronger. A very quick and simple yet good explanation of how the muscle gets developed and how we can come back to the gym seeking more gains! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Hope that helps! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ If you made it this far, please comment below "MUSCLE RECOVERY" and tag a friend as it helps me to see that I'm making a difference in your fitness goals. As always, have a great day! -Ski - - 📚 Are you struggling with diet and training routines? "Fitness Foundations: A Beginner's Guide" eBook 📚 is now available! ☝️Check it out by clicking on the link in my bio! - Follow me @skiman.factual.fitness for daily nutritional & training advice! #eatsleepgrow #fitnessknowledge #growingmuscle #exercisetips #fitnesstips #recoverytips #recovery #skimanfactualfitness
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While it is important to stretch after a good workout, it is not so good to do it after one that is long and strenuous. That is because stretching could cause the tears in your muscles to worsen, and you wouldn't want that. So, be careful with your stretching. If you'd like to learn more about how to stretch properly, contact us for an appointment and we'll be happy to show you! #stretchitout #stretchingtips #stretchingisimportant #stretchingtime #exercisephysiology #exercisetips #exercisetipsoftheday #goodworkout #toughworkout #strenuous #musclecare #muscletherapy #jointcare #bodycaretips #takecareofyourbody #brooklynwellness #brooklynbusiness #brooklynsmallbusiness #wellnessbusiness #healthiswealth🌟
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❗️READ THIS BEFORE YOU STRETCH👇⁣ ⁣ A little science behind flexibility. ⁣ ⁣ Two important mechanoreceptors involved in flexibility are muscle spindles and the Golgi tendon organs. Muscle spindles are sensitive to the change of length of a muscle, whereas Golgi tendon organs are sensitive to tension changes in the muscles. ⁣ ⁣ These mechanoreceptors are integral in regaining muscle extensibility. Prolonged tension in a muscle creates an inhibitory action called autogenic inhibition. When the stretch is held, more tension is created, stimulating Golgi tendon organ, which then override the muscle spindles, causing the muscle to relax. ⁣ ⁣ Because autogenic inhibition is activated through the development of tension, it becomes important that stretches are held for a specific period of time, 20-60 seconds so that enough tension is created to stimulate this reflex. ⁣ ⁣ Next time you stretch, time yourself and make sure you hold each stretch for the required amount of time for it to be effective. ⁣ ⁣ (In the photo above, I am working on the flexibility of the adductor complex)⁣ ⁣ 💪🏼TAG A FRIEND WHO NEEDS TO STRETCH MORE⁣ ⁣ Eduard ⁣ @edzofitness⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣#edzofitness #flexibility #correctiveexercise #personaltrainertoronto #betterposture #transformyourbody #onlinefitness #onlinecoaching #buildmuscle #burnfatfast #bodytransformation #transformation #mobility #functionaltraining #bodybuilding #naturalbodybuilding #healthylifestyle #fitnesslifestyle #mentalhealth #exercisetechnique #exercisetips #healthydiet #diettips #fitnessdiet #wholesomediet #mindfulness #torontoentrepreneur #torontobusiness #businessowner
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Muscles put under enough stress, consistently, will firstly break (minuscule muscle fibre tears) and then they will grow. Much like in life. Put under enough stress or pain, first you will break but don't forget you will grow 🙌
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Curious about strength training? Did you know that some lifts work more muscle groups than others? Compound Lifts VS Isolation Lifts Compound lifts by definition are strengthening exercises that incorporate multiple muscle groups or joints. They can be single movements or multiple movements strung together. The big 5 compound lifts are- Squat, Deadlift, Chest Press, Overhead Press, Rows. Isolation Lifts are exercises that isolate a specific muscle group. For example, bicep curls,  raises, flys. Compound lifts give you the biggest bang for your buck.  These lifts are more effective for both weight loss and muscle gain. They typically should be performed first in your workout and should make up the bulk of your workout. Isolation exercises do have a purpose, and can be used as accessory work to strengthen a weaker area or specifically target a muscle to be worked. #personaltrainer #exercise #exercisemotivation #workout #fitness #strongisbeautiful #cardio #strong #howto #howtolift #workoutmotivation #exercisetips #fitnessmotivation #compoundlifts #girlswholift #fitmoms #healthchallenge #healthy #gym #liftmore #stregnthtraining #weightloss #worksmart #gains #fittip #yycfit
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Omg!!!😦🌅 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ❝Fitness & Health❞ 👉 aimar Morgan ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Like this post, otherwise you'll see what will happen!!! Ok nothing will happen, but could you please like it anyway? . . . . ___ #getbigordietrying #onlinenutrition #fitnessaddicts #weightlossblog #fitnessgoals2019 #workoutchallenge #myweightlossstory #strengthathlete #bicepsworkout #exercisetips #cardioqueen #powerhousegym #purposedrivennutrition #carbcycling #healthyactivelifestyle #workoutdone #fitnessjunkie #obesetobeast #legworkout #eatright
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FULL BODY WORKOUTS 💥 . FOLLOW for more tips on EATING HEALTHY🥗 and GETTING FIT💪 👉 @healthyful_living 👉 @healthyful_living 👉 @healthyful_living . . Full body workouts are a great method of lifting and one of my favorites. Full body workouts work every muscle group allowing you to hit each part 2-3 times a week. . A full body workout split provides you time for rest and enough volume to see the gains that you want. You will not only see an increase in weight but also your form as you are able to practice your lifts so much. . The best part about full body workouts is it deserves time for you to do other things on your other days. Whether you want to play a sport or simply relax a full body workout saves you time on days you aren’t working out. . Have you tried a full body split? . . . . Credit: @dancudes #exercisemotivation #onlinetrainer #tricepsworkout #workoutdone #workoutfit #fullbody #strengthtraining #preworkouts #maxmuscle #trainingset #workoutday #weightlosshelp #fullbodyworkout #squatday #chestday #backsquats #personaltrainers #eatbigtogetbig #hypertrophy #squatbenchdeadlift #funworkout #eatbiggetbig #bulkseason #exercisetips #fitnessaddicted #6pack #trainingsession #weightlifting #burnfat
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In this video, I highlight the steps of performing proper dumbbell shrugs. The steps include: . Safely deadlift dumbbells to a standing position. . From this position, retract your shoulder blades back slightly and then move your shoulders straight up and down to contract the traps. After retracting your shoulder blades, keep them retracted for the entirety of the set. . To minimize neck pain occasionally associated with this exercise, it’s important that you remember to keep your cervical spine neutral. This means refraining from “bringing your neck down to the weight” to help compensate the lift. Furthermore, focus on not letting your neck stick out in front of your toes, also knows as “chicken-necking,” which will also put unnecessary stress on the neck. . Lastly, a common misconception associated with doing shrugs is for people to roll their shoulders while performing the exercise. This is dangerous for your joint health. Doing so does not add any muscle activation to the lift and puts unnecessary stress on the muscles and tendons of the rotator cuff. . PC: @sozodennis
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1. Chest flyes - People swear they feel an amazing stretch on their pecs by doing this exercise. They also claim that the adduction at the end of the movement gives them an incredible contraction. Both of these are actually exaggerated as the resistance of adduction is absent at the top of the movement and the stretch being felt is actually more on a secondary muscle than it is on the pec. Floor flys and standing crossovers are much better options for reasons explained in the video. 2. The Behind the neck press and pull downs - The problem with this exercise is that it is just plain bad for your shoulders. It places the glenohumeral joint in an awkward position for pressing, which can lead to impingement. Pressing from the natural scapular plane is much more natural and will allow you to press more weight overhead in the long run, leading to bigger shoulders. 3. Upright Rows - It is possible one of the worst things you can do due to the position of the elbows and hands at the end of the movement. The exercise puts your shoulders into a provocative position for testing impingement. Instead, you want your elbows below your hands (as in the high pull) to still get the benefits of the abduction of the shoulders without the internal rotation. 4. Concentration Curls - You may be wondering how this ended up in the graveyard. Sure the concentration curl isn’t dangerous but it surely isn’t the best tool for job. To understand why, we need to look closer at the movement. Pushing the elbow into the thigh while curling the weight up is only using leverage to get the weight to the top rather than pure muscular force. Normally, leverage is not a bad thing but when you are doing it in close proximity to the muscles that you are trying to work (and with a muscle group that is often overactive during the curl in the first place) you are taking away from the effectiveness of the movement. For a more effective biceps builder you should look to the standard barbell curl. People ask “how did you get such big biceps?’ The answer is right here, by doing effective exercises like the barbell curl and by avoiding things like concentration curls! 5.Leg Extensions - This is a no brainer
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10 hours ago
This movement is called the lateral lunge it's a great movement for the quads, hamstrings and glutes. • In the 1st video you will see aixsia demonstrating the wrong from, her trailing leg is bending and not staying stright, she also is allowing her trunk to flex which is putting her spine in a compromised position. • In the 2nd video you will see the correct form, Take a big step to the side and, ensure that you keep your torso as upright as possible, lower until the knee of your leading leg is bent at around 90°, keeping your trailing leg straight. Push back up and return to the starting position. • • #legday #laterallunges #legs #workouttips #exercisetips #workoutwednesday
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YOUR PUSHUPS ARE 😳🥴 LETS MAKE THEM EXCELLENT! ⁣SOUND ON 👏🏼 I’ve been doing the #100for100challenge (100 daily pushups in my case) for about 20days now and this is how I’ve progressed to better pushups ⁣ 👇🏽⁣ ⁣ 1️⃣ Start with proper form on the knees before adding an explosive power move ⁣ 2️⃣ Use one knee to help me get to working them on both toes! ⁣ 3️⃣ Always bring your CHEST forward AND BOOTY down about an 🍊or 👊🏼 away from the ground ⁣ 4️⃣ Practice makes better!! Try adding 10 pushups to your daily routine and tell me how you improve!! ⁣ ⁣ Now #GoGetitDone team! ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ Trying something different with a voiceover since my studio echos so much, let me know what you think! Still as helpful? 👇🏽
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❓Do you know what exercise snacks are❓🤔⁣ ⁣ In my Free Weekly Newsletter 💻 to my clients and subscribers (if you’re not signed up, it’s not too late-DM me your email❗️📧) I talked about what “exercise snacks” are and how you can incorporate them into your daily routine. 👍🏼⁣ ⁣ This new buzzword 🐝 has nothing to do with food 😅 and actually refers to performing short periods of exercise throughout a day where you are very busy. 🏃🏽‍♂️🏃🏻‍♀️⁣ ⁣ To best illustrate this concept, say you have 15 minutes of leisure in the morning 🌅, 15 minutes at lunchtime ☀️, and 15 minutes at night 🌃. If you performed 15 minutes of physical activity during these 3 times, that would bring you to a total of 45 minutes of exercise performed for that day. ⏰👍🏼⁣ ⁣ Quick physical activity options can include brisk walking 🚶🏻‍♀️, yoga 🧘🏽‍♂️, and climbing stairs. 😀 **It’s important to note that exercise snacking shouldn’t be used everyday. ❌ Try to mainly incorporate it on days where you can’t make it to the gym or run out of free time. ⁣ ⁣ ❗️REMEMBER❗️The American Heart ♥️ Association recommends at least 150 minutes of physical activity per week. ⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️⁣ ⁣ ⁉️Are you getting in your physical activity recommendations⁉️⁣
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Have you noticed that you don't have good posture?⠀ Well, you are not alone. It begins by looking at our phone as soon as we get out of bed. The drive to work and sitting at our desk all day doesn't' help with better posture, either. 😟⠀ ⠀ During our run, walk, bike, swim, or favorite Zumba class, the posture doesn't get any better either. Bad posture influences not only our fitness performance but our health.⠀ ⠀ Why? ⠀ A rounded upper back and neck limit mobility and restricts breathing.⠀ Aging is not helping either, and the forward rounded posture continues.⠀ ⠀ Let's change that with three simple tips on how better posture can improve your performance and health.✨⠀ ⠀ Tip #1⠀ Stand up tall and pretend you are wearing a crown. If you have to balance the Crown, you will stand much straighter in every aspect of your daily life. Relax the rest of your body because we are not assuming a military posture. 🚶⠀ ⠀ Tip #2 ⠀ Use an elastic band and pull it back behind your body to stretch your pectoral muscles. You have seen these bands in physical therapy, I am sure. Moving the band from front to the back of your body while holding it tight. Repeat this ten times. ✅⠀ ⠀ Tip #3 ⠀ Strengthen your upper back using the elastic band. Hold the band shorter than the exercise before and pull it apart by squeezing the shoulder blades together. Repeat this exercise 10 -15 times. 🌟⠀ ⠀ Here are my simple three tips for better posture and better health and performance.⠀ ⠀ Which exercise did you like the best? For more ideas on how to stay fit in, midlife got to https://heikeyates.com @heikeyates P⠀ O⠀ S⠀ T⠀ U⠀ R⠀ E⠀ #heikeyates ⠀ #pursueyourspark ⠀ #yoursparkmentor⠀ #midlifewarrior⠀ #fitnesscoaching ⠀ #exercisetips⠀ #healthylifestyle⠀ #womensfitnesscoach⠀ #fitnesslifestyle⠀ #fitnesstipsforwomen⠀ #healthandfitnesstips⠀ #midlifefitness⠀ #fiftyandfit⠀ #midlifecoach⠀ #midlifehealth⠀ #over50fitness⠀ #fitnessover50⠀ #posture⠀ #posturecorrection
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Jump squats! The perfect combination of cardio and lower body toning. While you raising your heartbeat during the jump portion you are toning and strengthening your glutes hamstring and quads 🏋️🏾‍♀️. #takepridefitness #fitnesstrainer #fitnessmotivation #fitnessjourney #fitnesslife #fitnessgoals #fitnesstransformation #jumpsquats #legworkout #legday #hotgirlsummer🔥 #exercisemotivation #exerciseroutine #exercisetips #exerciseoftheday
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Let’s talk about #bodygoals and what it takes to get there . It’s a safe bet that if you follow a few different people who you’d love to look like, none of them do the same training program. Programming (including type of program, timing, frequency, weights, reps etc etc) mean nothing if you’re not consistent. And the type of programming will depend on their goals. And their results will also be influenced by their diet, their body shape and their genetics. What they all have in common though is that they are patient, dedicated and consistent. . Consistency in your program, your diet, your workouts will all lead to improvement. . . . . . . . #fitness #fitspo #instafit #instafitness #motivation #exercisetips #strengthtraining #gymtips #gymadvice #training #strengthadvice #gym #exercise #healthtips #health #healthandfitness #muscles #strong #strongwomen #strongnotskinny #workoutmotivation #fitnessmotivation #strongwomen #stronggirls #strengthtraining #gains #girlswholift #gymmotivation
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PRENSA DE PIERNA - Press de piernas ... el ejercicio de piernas que en realidad es bastante efectivo pero que casi nadie hace correctamente, principalmente debido al levantamiento del ego. La mayoría de las personas se vuelven demasiado pesadas con esto, lo que hace que usen un rango de movimiento corto o empujan las rodillas con las manos para completar las repeticiones. Lo más probable es que si no hay más espacio en la máquina para agregar más peso y su nombre no es Ronnie Coleman, está yendo demasiado pesado. No se preocupe por el peso y use el rango completo de movimiento. Asegúrese de que su espalda permanezca firmemente contra la almohadilla, agarre las manijas y empuje a través de todo su pie al tiempo que se asegura de que su trasero permanezca en el asiento. #legpress #legday #legdayworkout #lowerbodyworkout #lowerbody #legworkout #gymvideos #workoutvideos #fitnessvideos #fitnesstips #workouttips #personaltrainer #fitnesstrainer #gymhelp #exercisetips
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I’m definitely a big fan of home workout 💪🏼. I know it’s unusual ... But it’s so much more effective and efficient for me. I’d be happy to teach you how and why. . Sometimes I do my own workouts but a lot of the times I do @bodyrockofficial workouts. If you like intense, high energy, workouts that will motivate and challenge you I would highly recommend them! . On an inactive day, if my muscles are tight, I like to do @fitnessblender warmup. Those workout videos are slower paced but also effective. . We are all different though. I also love to hike and take classes. What’s your FAVORITE workout? 🥊🏄🏽‍♂️⛹🏽‍♀️⛷🚴🏽‍♀️🏊🏼‍♂️🏂. ⤵️⤵️⤵️ TAP twice if it’s a workout video!
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11 hours ago
Today, as you go about your daily activities of working, loving on your family, your workouts, your appointments... Whatever it may be... Remember that you are strong, and learn to embrace your strong. I believe in you!
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Triceps on the menu today. Mission #onedayillhavearms. Arms always have been (and still are) weak points but I've made decent progress lately (but not as much like back, chest and legs, those grow very easily) . . Eye opener, but very logical: if your biceps are tight, you'll have less contraction in your triceps and vice versa. . . If they're tight, let them get released! Either self manual release or by a professional.
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JUMP ROPE BENEFITS‼️ Did you know?😅 . Follow 👉 @maxfit Follow 👉 @maxfit . . 📝 When you jump rope a few minutes per day, you’ll reap all of these rewards. Benefits begin at just 5 minutes a day: . . ✅ Boost your metabolism ✅ Burn more fat than typical cardio ✅ Strengthen legs, glutes, calves ✅ Improve brain & heart function . . ⚠️ If you haven’t mastered jump rope basics yet, don’t worry. Practice is the key to getting better & reaping more of the benefits. Anyone that you see is good at it, has put in the work. That’s what I remind my clients @maxsbestbootcamp . . 💪 Hope this helps! As always, feel free to drop me your thoughts or questions.⬇️ . . By 📸 @maxsbestbootcamp #jumprope #fitness #fitnessvideos #danburyct #workouts #exercises #exercisetips #fitnesstips #workoutideas #fitmommas #fitmomgoals #homeexercises #exerciseideas
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🔥Front vs. Back Squats🔥 . Follow @roballenfitness for more fitness/nutrition info 👊🏼 . Both squat variations are extremely useful in building strength, adding muscle and developing power for athletic activities . There are differences in mechanics that make different muscle groups activate slightly differently in each version of the squat. The overall muscle recruitment is very similar though . Proper execution is extremely important and sufficient mobility is required for both versions (although the mobility needed for front squats is greater - which is not a bad thing ) 😊 . Whichever version you prefer, it’s a good idea to work both of them in to your overall programming 👍🏼 . Let me know if you have any questions 🤔 . Reference: J Strength Cond Res. 2009 Jan;23(1):284-92. doi: 10.1519/JSC.0b013e31818546bb . . . #frontsquats #frontsquat #squats #backsquat #backsquats #legworkout #legday #quadsworkout #glutes #glutesworkout #hamstringworkout #allthesquats #squatday #montrealfitness #legworkout #exercisetips #heavysquats #crossfit #strengthtraining #fatloss #exercise #fitnessmotivation #workoutroutine #workouts #exerciseroutine
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THE 4 “MORE’S” OF BUILDING MUSCLE by @kruckifitness Great post here by Kyle focusing on some key points to building muscle, please read what he has to say down below! - - "When trying to build muscle, simply doing specific things more will be very beneficial along the way. Here’s 4 things I would try to do more to make ore muscle building progress. - (1) MORE OVERLOAD: You need to be progressively overloading consistently if you want your muscle to grow. This can be done through the process of progressive overload. Try to increase your training volume weekly by adding reps, sets or weight. - (2) MORE CALORIES: You gotta eat more to gain more muscle. Make sure you’re in a caloric surplus, or you simply won’t make any good progress. Aim to eat 16-18 calories per pound of bodyweight. - (3) MORE WATER: You need to drink plenty of water. Doing so will help aid in muscle recovery and also aid in digestion. Aim to drink 2/3 of your bodyweight (lbs) in ounces. - (4) MORE SLEEP: Sleep is when the muscle really grows. If you don’t sleep enough, you’re decreasing the time for your muscles to recover. Try to get 7-9 hours/night. - Which one do you need to do more? Let me know in the comments!" - Hope that helps! If you made it this far, please comment below "BUILD MOAR" or tag/share with a friend as it helps me to see that I'm making a difference in your fitness goals. As always, have a great day! -Ski - #buildmuscle #buildmoremuscle #nutritiontips #recoverytips #exercisetips #fitnesstips #liftingweights #weightlifting #progressiveoverload #progressiveoverloading #hydration #skimanfactualfitness
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Fitness tips for exercises at home workouts
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🔥THRUSTERS🔥 Did you know?😅 . Follow 👉 @maxfit Follow 👉 @maxfit . . 💥 THRUSTER BENEFITS - Perform then with any free-weights...like dumbbells, barbells, kettlebells. Most of our clients find dumbbells, the most comfortable to use. . . 📝 HOW TO - Go for reps (10-20 reps) or time (30-60 seconds). Three sets total. We prefer time based workouts here @maxsbestbootcamp . . 💪 Hope this was helpful! As always, feel free to share this & drop me your thoughts or questions.⬇️ . . #fitnesstips #exercises #homeworkouts #fitness #workouts #totalbodyworkout #workouttips #workoutideas #exercisetips #danburyct #homeexercises #fitnessgoals #fitmomgoals
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😴Sleep like a Baby😴 . My friend @petersoonfit put together these great tips to help you get asleep and stay asleep 👉🏼😴 . Tag someone who struggles with sleep or comment which tip is going to help you the most 😊 - Here’s what Peter said👇🏼 . Sleep is one of the most powerful supplements to help achieve your goals of losing fat and gaining muscle . And it's FREE . It's important for your overall health too so yeah, it's pretty important⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Over the years I've picked up some great ways to improve sleep quality which I'll give you the rundown on here⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Avoid drinking fluids - if you don't want to have interrupted sleep because you have to get up in the middle of the night to pee then limit your fluid intake 2-3hrs before bedtime⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Caffeine - you should probably have your last caffeinated beverage before 4 pm to improve sleep latency. Don't forget that a lot of teas also contain caffeine .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Electrical Devices - switch them off 1-2 hrs before bedtime to avoid the blue light. One thing that has really helped me is using an app called Flux on my computer⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Write down 3 things you're grateful for - This has been shown to improve how fast you fall asleep and the quality of sleep. Honestly, this stuff has been studied⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Eat kiwi fruit before bedtime - again this is an evidence-based recommendation, 2 kiwis fruits will help you fall asleep faster and for longer. Be sure to account for these calories into your day⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Room temperature around 67F - having the temperature and environment right is also important for optimal sleep .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ White noise - this is something that has helped me in the past. My tip is to look up binaural beats on Spotify or Youtube and listen to that to help fall asleep. Weirdly, It's also great for when you need to be productive and focused too . Let me know if you have any questions 😴 . . . . . #sleep #bettersleep #sleeping #sleephelp #sleepingbeauty #nutrition #nutritiontips #healthfood #fitness #rest #recovery #training #exercisetips #gainmuscle #losefat #fatlossfood #fatloss #montrealfitness #health #healthyfood
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Fitness tips for kettlebell or home workouts and exercises
2 weeks ago
DEADLIFT BENEFITS‼️ Did you know this?😅 . Follow 👉 @maxsbestbootcamp Follow 👉 @maxsbestbootcamp . . 💥 As you can see, performing deadlifts regularly, will increase your fitness level & your life. . . 📝 Deadlifts improve your fitness level & upgrade your well being. Shown here with a kettlebell. We recommend that you use them, or other free weights (like dumbbells). 1-3x per week, for time (30-60 seconds) or reps (8-15) 3-5 sets. . . 💪 We hope this helps! As always, feel free to share this & drop us your thoughts or questions.⬇️ . . #fitnesstips #kettlebell #danburyct #homeworkouts #exercises #homeexercises #exerciseideas #workouts #exercisetips #legexercises #fitmomlife
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