GYMJUNKYGYMJUNKY2017-10-20The perfect Combo. Thermotec Zipper Jacket, Thermotec Gympants, Gymjunky Duffle Bag & unser Gymjunky Anti Slip Towel. All Black wie ein Kaminfeger. Checkt unseren Shop mit dem Direktlink in der Bio. gymjunkywedontresthttps://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-15/e35/22638948_848446941996054_5803186100402913280_n.jpg2017-10-20
Jack Hanrahan, CSCS, NMTJack Hanrahan, CSCS, NMT2017-10-20Great leg session this morning - I do appreciate when a gym is equipped for proper strength training and doesn’t dedicate 85% of floor space to cardio machines!
I’ve faffed around with ‘maintenance’ sessions the past few weeks as I jump from hotel➡️hotel. But it’s time to stick to a more rigid plan and dedicate my efforts to the ‘Big and Basic’ exercises in order to get STRONGER. Like this - the sumo deadlift, which is my preferred stance. Hoping to build some solid strength over the next few weeks despite the erratic schedule noexcuses
And on that note, maintenance sessions are BS. You should either be getting stronger, building muscle, or getting leaner, fitter etc. Be guided by your goal. Don’t train for the sake of training (This is also me telling myself by the way 😂). Where are you at with your training?
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http://instatbt.com/Place/boco-fit-rage/1732967103583647BOCO Fit RageWhat do you want out of a workout? An &$$ kicking? Stress relief? Fun? Camaraderie? We have it covered! We have Ragers who want to fall out on the floor in complete exhaustion and those who just want to move their body at their own pace. We have Ragers who want to lift heavy and those who don’t. We have Ragers who want to sprint as fast as they can and those who walk. All fitness levels are welcome in the Rage House and it is a non-judgmental, non-competitive atmosphere. strengthtrainingcardiohiitjoinourtribe
FitnessRx For Women MagazineFitnessRx For Women Magazine2017-10-20Lifting Heavy - How Heavy Is Too Heavy? --> http://www.fitnessrxwomen.com/ .com/training/on-deck-with-cal calliebundyliftheavyweightliftingstrengthtrainingworkoutfitnessrxwomenhttps://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-15/e35/22637278_159915301265468_3082105579997495296_n.jpg2017-10-20
Kelly LouiseKelly Louise2017-10-20Just a little reminder that if you go off track this weekend don't be hard on yourself! Progress doesn't happen over night, nor is it ruined, so enjoy your take away guilt free! 💃🏼 (because I will be tomorrow🍕..) 🌚
I have been giving myself a hard time for not progressing a much as I want to with some of my lifts - however reflecting on how I was before puts into perspective just how far I've come.. 🙌🏼 lol I remember when I struggled to curl a 4kg dumbbell.. 🙈
This week, I stopped tracking my food, something I didn't think I'd be able to do and in fact I've found it easy. I've been eating more and not restricting what so ever, reaching foods I avoided and having unknown/ unweighed portion sizes(!) which is a big deal for me.. 🤗 Now to continue with this mindset, because I never thought I'd reach this point and I've never been happier! 😌 https://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-15/e35/22637787_1909918519258896_212503587257843712_n.jpg2017-10-20
Dr. Tom WaltersDr. Tom Walters2017-10-20💥Postural Control & Injury Risk
The Y-balance Test (YBT) is a clinical tool that assesses one's ability to control their kinetic chain while moving in various directions during single-leg stance and is thought to serve as a reliable predictor of lower extremity injury risk.
In these two videos, we can first observe the kinematics of an individual three months post ACL reconstruction on the involved leg and then the same test on the uninvolved leg. The subject is cued to push the slider out as far as possible without losing their balance or putting their foot down. In this particular case, we can see the obvious difference in the subject's willingness to move through the sagittal plane (less hip and knee flexion and ankle dorsiflexion) on the involved leg, which leads to less displacement of the slider on the testing unit.
If you have suffered a lower extremity injury, do not overlook the importance of postural control when looking to reduce your risk of future injuries.
📚Kline PW et al. Clinical Predictors of Knee Mechanics at Return to Sport after ACL Reconstruction. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2016.
🔊The Script - Breakeven (Falling to Pieces)🔊
blintshakescanadablintshakescanada2017-10-20they see me (foam) rollllinnnn - combine your post workout cool down with a blintshake for optimal recovery 💪🏼 https://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-15/e35/p640x640/22639538_1796395247325764_8318652440266145792_n.jpg2017-10-20
http://instatbt.com/Place/soldier-city-crossfit/249453488Soldier City CrossFitEnjoy all the small victories; for they cave the way for big one!
A few weeks ago I couldn’t hang from the bar for anything for more than a few seconds. A few days ago I could’ve stabilize myself for hanging knee tucks. But today feels like I got it. No unnecessary swinging, stable core, felt much smoother and stronger. Next up, toes to bar!
http://instatbt.com/Place/the-athlete-training-centre/271191380The Athlete Training CentreA little drill we like to use theatccanada during the warmup to fire 🔥 up the body Prior to strength 💪 training. Pro hockey 🏒🥅 athletes performing skater strides with box jump & 180 degree turn