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  • flatbellikelli - Flat Belli Kelli @flatbellikelli 7 minutes ago
  • Pressed for time? Give this AB workout a try that @fashiondree and I completed in 20 minutes today! - 
Complete as many reps as you can in 30 seconds • Take a 15 second break between each AB exercise. Once you complete the circuit, take a minute break. Repeat this circuit until you have been working out for 20 minutes. | FlatBelliKelli@gmail.com Pressed for time? Give this AB workout a try that @fashiondree and I completed in 20 minutes today! - Complete as many reps as you can in 30 seconds • Take a 15 second break between each AB exercise. Once you complete the circuit, take a minute break. Repeat this circuit until you have been working out for 20 minutes. | FlatBelliKelli@gmail.com
  • Pressed for time? Give this AB workout a try that @fashiondree and I completed in 20 minutes today! - Complete as many reps as you can in 30 seconds • Take a 15 second break between each AB exercise. Once you complete the circuit, take a minute break. Repeat this circuit until you have been working out for 20 minutes. | FlatBelliKelli@gmail.com
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  • bulkpanda - Neil Hoang @bulkpanda 20 hours ago
  • Hey, guys! I’m starting an IG series of videos where I go over techniques and methods that, in my opinion, the average gym goer does not realize are important nor do they know how to perform or improve on them. #professorpanda 🐼🤓
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I’ll keep these fresh enough so you more experienced guys can enjoy it too. 😄
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We’re kicking this series off with an effective way to train the positioning and level of tightness you should have in your shoulder blades and back while bench pressing!
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One of my major pet peeves as a coach, is when I see a person think their shoulder/knee/hip/back/etc. pain is a lost cause and that they should simply stop performing the exercise that “caused” the pain.
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For most people, this is simply an immature mindset and is futile when trying to improve yourself and achieving any kind of long-term goal in the gym.
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Every injury/ache/pain is a red flag that you need to improve SOMETHING in your technique/recovery routine and I hope this series will help some of you along the way!
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Tag a friend in the comments that needs this technique improvement!
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🎥: @jonathanalvizo_ Hey, guys! I’m starting an IG series of videos where I go over techniques and methods that, in my opinion, the average gym goer does not realize are important nor do they know how to perform or improve on them. #professorpanda 🐼🤓 . I’ll keep these fresh enough so you more experienced guys can enjoy it too. 😄 . We’re kicking this series off with an effective way to train the positioning and level of tightness you should have in your shoulder blades and back while bench pressing! . One of my major pet peeves as a coach, is when I see a person think their shoulder/knee/hip/back/etc. pain is a lost cause and that they should simply stop performing the exercise that “caused” the pain. . For most people, this is simply an immature mindset and is futile when trying to improve yourself and achieving any kind of long-term goal in the gym. . Every injury/ache/pain is a red flag that you need to improve SOMETHING in your technique/recovery routine and I hope this series will help some of you along the way! . Tag a friend in the comments that needs this technique improvement! . 🎥: @jonathanalvizo_
  • Hey, guys! I’m starting an IG series of videos where I go over techniques and methods that, in my opinion, the average gym goer does not realize are important nor do they know how to perform or improve on them. #professorpanda 🐼🤓 . I’ll keep these fresh enough so you more experienced guys can enjoy it too. 😄 . We’re kicking this series off with an effective way to train the positioning and level of tightness you should have in your shoulder blades and back while bench pressing! . One of my major pet peeves as a coach, is when I see a person think their shoulder/knee/hip/back/etc. pain is a lost cause and that they should simply stop performing the exercise that “caused” the pain. . For most people, this is simply an immature mindset and is futile when trying to improve yourself and achieving any kind of long-term goal in the gym. . Every injury/ache/pain is a red flag that you need to improve SOMETHING in your technique/recovery routine and I hope this series will help some of you along the way! . Tag a friend in the comments that needs this technique improvement! . 🎥: @jonathanalvizo_
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