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  • muscledemandsrespect - Muscle Demands Respect-MDR 💪💥💪 @muscledemandsrespect 1 hour ago
  • MDR👈#muscldemandsrespect 💪
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❌It's attitude & personality.❌ Your actions, your appearance, the way you talk, walk and carry yourself. Your DEMAND comes from skill and your ability to get the job done. "hardwork, dedication and passion". Your drive to carry people with you automatically generates the RESPECT. 💪🔥 MDR👈#muscldemandsrespect 💪 ▪ ❌It's attitude & personality.❌ Your actions, your appearance, the way you talk, walk and carry yourself. Your DEMAND comes from skill and your ability to get the job done. "hardwork, dedication and passion". Your drive to carry people with you automatically generates the RESPECT. 💪🔥
  • MDR👈#muscldemandsrespect 💪 ▪ ❌It's attitude & personality.❌ Your actions, your appearance, the way you talk, walk and carry yourself. Your DEMAND comes from skill and your ability to get the job done. "hardwork, dedication and passion". Your drive to carry people with you automatically generates the RESPECT. 💪🔥
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  • peteholman1 - Pete Holman @peteholman1 2 hours ago
  • Quick fit tip #151: Beyond the Pallof Press. The Pallof Press (first exercise in the video series) Is great for developing anti-rotation core strength; but what’s next? The next movement I incorporate in the rotation series is a cylinder rotation (the shoulders, spine and pelvis remain locked in neutral as the athlete engages in dynamic rotation through the hips.) Cylinder rotation is extremely important in transverse plane hip drive & mobilizing the hips for sports such as golf, tennis, baseball, lacrosse, hockey or anything with rotational forces. The third exercise in the series adds a lead leg step. Newtons third law of motion is “every action has an equal and opposite reaction.” Lifting the front leg & moving it forward forces the athlete to drive into the earth with the rear leg; the earth pushes back providing a platform for force development as the athlete chops towards the target. Moving the front leg also gets the center of mass moving forward which is an important concept in sports & life as athletes learn to use their mass to their advantage. The final movement in the series applies to Holman‘s law “move your damn feet!” If you want to be athletic you need to learn how to transfer power, under load while moving your feet! This could be accomplished with a jerk motion into a split stance, a crow hop medicine ball throw or an 180 degree alternating band chop as seen in the video. The last exercise in the series is about coordinative function under load, the crowning achievement of any athlete. Progress slowly with these exercises, with a focus on form, posture and technique; But when the time is right get those feet moving! Thanks a million to @ua_dan for the brand new UA “swag!” Quick fit tip #151: Beyond the Pallof Press. The Pallof Press (first exercise in the video series) Is great for developing anti-rotation core strength; but what’s next? The next movement I incorporate in the rotation series is a cylinder rotation (the shoulders, spine and pelvis remain locked in neutral as the athlete engages in dynamic rotation through the hips.) Cylinder rotation is extremely important in transverse plane hip drive & mobilizing the hips for sports such as golf, tennis, baseball, lacrosse, hockey or anything with rotational forces. The third exercise in the series adds a lead leg step. Newtons third law of motion is “every action has an equal and opposite reaction.” Lifting the front leg & moving it forward forces the athlete to drive into the earth with the rear leg; the earth pushes back providing a platform for force development as the athlete chops towards the target. Moving the front leg also gets the center of mass moving forward which is an important concept in sports & life as athletes learn to use their mass to their advantage. The final movement in the series applies to Holman‘s law “move your damn feet!” If you want to be athletic you need to learn how to transfer power, under load while moving your feet! This could be accomplished with a jerk motion into a split stance, a crow hop medicine ball throw or an 180 degree alternating band chop as seen in the video. The last exercise in the series is about coordinative function under load, the crowning achievement of any athlete. Progress slowly with these exercises, with a focus on form, posture and technique; But when the time is right get those feet moving! Thanks a million to @ua_dan for the brand new UA “swag!”
  • Quick fit tip #151: Beyond the Pallof Press. The Pallof Press (first exercise in the video series) Is great for developing anti-rotation core strength; but what’s next? The next movement I incorporate in the rotation series is a cylinder rotation (the shoulders, spine and pelvis remain locked in neutral as the athlete engages in dynamic rotation through the hips.) Cylinder rotation is extremely important in transverse plane hip drive & mobilizing the hips for sports such as golf, tennis, baseball, lacrosse, hockey or anything with rotational forces. The third exercise in the series adds a lead leg step. Newtons third law of motion is “every action has an equal and opposite reaction.” Lifting the front leg & moving it forward forces the athlete to drive into the earth with the rear leg; the earth pushes back providing a platform for force development as the athlete chops towards the target. Moving the front leg also gets the center of mass moving forward which is an important concept in sports & life as athletes learn to use their mass to their advantage. The final movement in the series applies to Holman‘s law “move your damn feet!” If you want to be athletic you need to learn how to transfer power, under load while moving your feet! This could be accomplished with a jerk motion into a split stance, a crow hop medicine ball throw or an 180 degree alternating band chop as seen in the video. The last exercise in the series is about coordinative function under load, the crowning achievement of any athlete. Progress slowly with these exercises, with a focus on form, posture and technique; But when the time is right get those feet moving! Thanks a million to @ua_dan for the brand new UA “swag!”
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  • vivenutrition - Andres Ayesta | MS | Dietitian @vivenutrition 2 hours ago
  • WHERE SHOULD YOU START? 👇🏻👇🏻⠀
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Most people start nutrition programs or diets without understanding the basics of it. I recently recorded a podcast with @Cody.Boomboom where we dove deep into this topic! For full episode check out @vivenutritionradio⠀
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Nutrition Hierarchy was a term coined by Dr. Eric Helms and full credits on this graphic to him for creating it that is used to explain how nutrition for fat loss or muscle growth is dependent on the establishment of a foundation that follows a progression on all the boxes that need to be checked to achieve optimal results 🤓⠀
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My job as a dietitian is to give you the tools to accomplish your goal in a way you just apply this pyramid without really knowing it even exists. ⠀
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I am here to briefly dissect these components ⠀
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⚡️Energy Balance/Calories⠀
Regardless of the type of diet if you so choose to follow (Keto, Paleo, etc) you will not achieve anything if you don't have a proper caloric intake according to your goal (Too little calories for muscle gain for example) ⠀
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🥪Macronutrients ⠀
Macros (Proteins, Carbs, and Fats, Alcohol) is what makes up your caloric balance and the distribution of these is the next step we have to take. The proper distribution of them will dictate the level of results you achieve⠀
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🥗Micronutrients ⠀
Vitamins, Minerals, Phytochemicals will make up micronutrition. This is fundamental⠀
To keep all systems operational⠀
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⏰Meal Timing/Frequency (Optional) ⠀
A few years ago, this was everything! You have to eat every 2-3 hours to boost your metabolism right? It's not always the case and meal timing and frequency is very dependent on what works for the person. For example, a professional athlete that needs 5000 calories daily cannot split that up into 2-3 meals/day, just like a fat loss client finds it easier to split 1600 calories into 2-3 more satisfying meals⠀
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🥛Supplements (Optional) ⠀
They can fill important gaps and can provide an edge in sports and performance, however, they are not necessary. People that want to start here often miss the whole picture⠀
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⁉️What about you? Do you ever consider these factors when trying to find a good nutrition program? Share your pains 👇 WHERE SHOULD YOU START? 👇🏻👇🏻⠀ ⠀ Most people start nutrition programs or diets without understanding the basics of it. I recently recorded a podcast with @cody.boomboom where we dove deep into this topic! For full episode check out @vivenutritionradio⠀ ⠀ Nutrition Hierarchy was a term coined by Dr. Eric Helms and full credits on this graphic to him for creating it that is used to explain how nutrition for fat loss or muscle growth is dependent on the establishment of a foundation that follows a progression on all the boxes that need to be checked to achieve optimal results 🤓⠀ ⠀ My job as a dietitian is to give you the tools to accomplish your goal in a way you just apply this pyramid without really knowing it even exists. ⠀ ⠀ I am here to briefly dissect these components ⠀ ⠀ ⚡️Energy Balance/Calories⠀ Regardless of the type of diet if you so choose to follow (Keto, Paleo, etc) you will not achieve anything if you don't have a proper caloric intake according to your goal (Too little calories for muscle gain for example) ⠀ ⠀ 🥪Macronutrients ⠀ Macros (Proteins, Carbs, and Fats, Alcohol) is what makes up your caloric balance and the distribution of these is the next step we have to take. The proper distribution of them will dictate the level of results you achieve⠀ ⠀ 🥗Micronutrients ⠀ Vitamins, Minerals, Phytochemicals will make up micronutrition. This is fundamental⠀ To keep all systems operational⠀ ⠀ ⏰Meal Timing/Frequency (Optional) ⠀ A few years ago, this was everything! You have to eat every 2-3 hours to boost your metabolism right? It's not always the case and meal timing and frequency is very dependent on what works for the person. For example, a professional athlete that needs 5000 calories daily cannot split that up into 2-3 meals/day, just like a fat loss client finds it easier to split 1600 calories into 2-3 more satisfying meals⠀ ⠀ 🥛Supplements (Optional) ⠀ They can fill important gaps and can provide an edge in sports and performance, however, they are not necessary. People that want to start here often miss the whole picture⠀ ⠀ ⁉️What about you? Do you ever consider these factors when trying to find a good nutrition program? Share your pains 👇
  • WHERE SHOULD YOU START? 👇🏻👇🏻⠀ ⠀ Most people start nutrition programs or diets without understanding the basics of it. I recently recorded a podcast with @cody.boomboom where we dove deep into this topic! For full episode check out @vivenutritionradio⠀ ⠀ Nutrition Hierarchy was a term coined by Dr. Eric Helms and full credits on this graphic to him for creating it that is used to explain how nutrition for fat loss or muscle growth is dependent on the establishment of a foundation that follows a progression on all the boxes that need to be checked to achieve optimal results 🤓⠀ ⠀ My job as a dietitian is to give you the tools to accomplish your goal in a way you just apply this pyramid without really knowing it even exists. ⠀ ⠀ I am here to briefly dissect these components ⠀ ⠀ ⚡️Energy Balance/Calories⠀ Regardless of the type of diet if you so choose to follow (Keto, Paleo, etc) you will not achieve anything if you don't have a proper caloric intake according to your goal (Too little calories for muscle gain for example) ⠀ ⠀ 🥪Macronutrients ⠀ Macros (Proteins, Carbs, and Fats, Alcohol) is what makes up your caloric balance and the distribution of these is the next step we have to take. The proper distribution of them will dictate the level of results you achieve⠀ ⠀ 🥗Micronutrients ⠀ Vitamins, Minerals, Phytochemicals will make up micronutrition. This is fundamental⠀ To keep all systems operational⠀ ⠀ ⏰Meal Timing/Frequency (Optional) ⠀ A few years ago, this was everything! You have to eat every 2-3 hours to boost your metabolism right? It's not always the case and meal timing and frequency is very dependent on what works for the person. For example, a professional athlete that needs 5000 calories daily cannot split that up into 2-3 meals/day, just like a fat loss client finds it easier to split 1600 calories into 2-3 more satisfying meals⠀ ⠀ 🥛Supplements (Optional) ⠀ They can fill important gaps and can provide an edge in sports and performance, however, they are not necessary. People that want to start here often miss the whole picture⠀ ⠀ ⁉️What about you? Do you ever consider these factors when trying to find a good nutrition program? Share your pains 👇
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  • bustostraining - Andrew & Kate Bustos @bustostraining 4 hours ago
  • ❗️#hiittraining with  @katebustos ❗️
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📌SAVE FOR LATER. Swipe to see the workout we did. ..
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❤️You gotta find someone that makes you better, that pushes you, that works out with you, and smiles with you...that’s this beauty for me. I just wanted to shoot her some love today and let her know that’s she is awesome. 
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This workout was a tough one, but it was a blast to do alongside my lady! Check out the workout if you’d like, but get ready to have some fun. It’s great to smile every once in a while. 
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HIIT is great for workouts when you are short on time. ..
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🕹3 rounds total
Do 30 seconds each exercise. Rest for 8 seconds between each one. ..
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✌🏻Tag a friend. Comment with some feedback. ..
#bustostraining #abilenepersonaltrainer #hiitworkout ❗️#hiittraining with @katebustos ❗️ .. .. 📌SAVE FOR LATER. Swipe to see the workout we did. .. .. ❤️You gotta find someone that makes you better, that pushes you, that works out with you, and smiles with you...that’s this beauty for me. I just wanted to shoot her some love today and let her know that’s she is awesome. # This workout was a tough one, but it was a blast to do alongside my lady! Check out the workout if you’d like, but get ready to have some fun. It’s great to smile every once in a while. # HIIT is great for workouts when you are short on time. .. .. 🕹3 rounds total Do 30 seconds each exercise. Rest for 8 seconds between each one. .. # ✌🏻Tag a friend. Comment with some feedback. .. #bustostraining #abilenepersonaltrainer #hiitworkout
  • ❗️#hiittraining with @katebustos ❗️ .. .. 📌SAVE FOR LATER. Swipe to see the workout we did. .. .. ❤️You gotta find someone that makes you better, that pushes you, that works out with you, and smiles with you...that’s this beauty for me. I just wanted to shoot her some love today and let her know that’s she is awesome. # This workout was a tough one, but it was a blast to do alongside my lady! Check out the workout if you’d like, but get ready to have some fun. It’s great to smile every once in a while. # HIIT is great for workouts when you are short on time. .. .. 🕹3 rounds total Do 30 seconds each exercise. Rest for 8 seconds between each one. .. # ✌🏻Tag a friend. Comment with some feedback. .. #bustostraining #abilenepersonaltrainer #hiitworkout
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  • karinjersler_yoga - Karin @karinjersler_yoga 5 hours ago
  • After not getting off the floor yesterday I wanted something more dynamic for my #10minutesdocount today so I did some corework.
🧘‍♀️ Sun salutations with one legged planks and a couple of sideplanks.
🧘‍♀️ Slowly bringing #navasana back into my practice after 👶.
🧘‍♀️ A bit of shoulder stretches because I always need them.
🧘‍♀️ Working on that #bakasana . For the longest of time I wondered why I could not improve my hold and blamed it on weakness but it turned out to be bad technique due to fear of falling. Once I realized that I immediately did a 31 second hold which is really good for me.
All over a nice practice and the perfect length for entertaining a baby 😂. After not getting off the floor yesterday I wanted something more dynamic for my #10minutesdocount today so I did some corework. 🧘‍♀️ Sun salutations with one legged planks and a couple of sideplanks. 🧘‍♀️ Slowly bringing #navasana back into my practice after 👶. 🧘‍♀️ A bit of shoulder stretches because I always need them. 🧘‍♀️ Working on that #bakasana . For the longest of time I wondered why I could not improve my hold and blamed it on weakness but it turned out to be bad technique due to fear of falling. Once I realized that I immediately did a 31 second hold which is really good for me. All over a nice practice and the perfect length for entertaining a baby 😂.
  • After not getting off the floor yesterday I wanted something more dynamic for my #10minutesdocount today so I did some corework. 🧘‍♀️ Sun salutations with one legged planks and a couple of sideplanks. 🧘‍♀️ Slowly bringing #navasana back into my practice after 👶. 🧘‍♀️ A bit of shoulder stretches because I always need them. 🧘‍♀️ Working on that #bakasana . For the longest of time I wondered why I could not improve my hold and blamed it on weakness but it turned out to be bad technique due to fear of falling. Once I realized that I immediately did a 31 second hold which is really good for me. All over a nice practice and the perfect length for entertaining a baby 😂.
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