This clip was filmed after my real workout so you can see me literally shaking lol🤪
What is your training split like? I have been training with the push/pull routine for a couple years now and personally I love it! Maybe you train with the whole body splits or push/pull body splits but either way, here are some tips for you to decide which one is better suited for you: 😺The traditional aka the bodybuilder groups body parts into different training sessions. This allows you to focus on each body part more with greater volume. Also, it is a great way to increase your hypertrophic potential by switching up the routine especially if you are used to training total body days. However, the drawback is that your muscles might not be fully recovered to train multi-joint moves from the previous workouts eg. If you bench for arms after a day of benching for chest the previous day, you will still be sore. ☠ 😺The push-pull day, on the other hand, categorizes training based on movement patterns. This allows you to train at a higher frequency which means you can practice more of each movement patterns which allows you to make more gains💪 like perfecting the squat form! Also, science has shown that training synergistic muscles together (as in push pull days) reduces neural stress/acute loading effect in training subjects (Castanheira et al 2017). However, the drawback is that you won't be able to train and prioritize a muscle group solely if it is lacking behind others. 🧐 🥰After all, there is no one perfect training splits. It is more about sticking to what fits your lifestyle and goals on a consistent basis! Happy Tuesday fam!💖
I only partially believe that ‘abs are made in the kitchen’ now compared to worshipping that *fact* in the past. It’s only a portion of what is needed for a better core.
As pictured is this killer ab circuit at the end of my workouts:
Top Left, Step 1: Reverse crunch (lower ab)
Top Right, Step 2: Crunch (upper ab)
Bottom Left, Step 3: Heel touches (obliques)
Bottom Right, Step 4: Plank (core/everything)
3 sets of 20, with slow, deliberate contractions focus on those parts of the core = success and results. This is only one of several options for each group; weights only increase the pump!
Such a great classic exercise to develop back thickness. It can be angled in all sorts of ways to target your lats, lower lats, and middle back.
Although I do recommend going heavy, make sure you develop your mind-to-muscle connection. Its extremely important to concentrate on the exercise, pull with your elbows, and squeeze your back at the peak of the contraction. Do not just swing the weight up and down, this will lead to injury and an unwanted ab exercise that might thicken your obliques.
➡️ Wenn du nicht vergeben kannst, wirst du auch nicht verzeihen können 🙏🏼
Verzeihen trotz Ungerechtigkeit, bedeutet sich selbst die Wunde in seines Herzens zu heilen ❤️
Wer verzeiht lässt nicht zu dass andere Menschen,Ereignisse... Was auch immer! Das eigene Leben dauerhaft beeinflussen können 👌🏽 Wer vergeben kann, öffnet sich für Neues 🍀
Viele glauben es sei eine Schwäche 🤔 aber genau das Gegenteil ist der Fall 💪🏼
Und verzeihen heißt nicht das alles wieder perfekt erscheint... 🤷🏼♂️ Aber wir lassen nicht mehr zu das diese negativen Ereignisse unser Leben beeinflussen ❣️
MAKE LOVE NOT WAR ❗
Shrugs are fine to target the upper traps, but what about the rest of it? The trapezius is a large muscle that blankets almost half of your back. Training it through multiple planes of motion will help you achieve better thiccness in addition to those meatballs you’re trying to grow next to your ears.