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  • mattrains_ep - Matt Rains @mattrains_ep 44 minutes ago
  • Love this saying I heard from @steficohen cause it applies so much for the beginners out there in the weights room. While I do believe that there isn’t necessarily any bad movements I do believe you need to have a level of preparedness for them in order for it to be safe.
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There’s evidence suggesting (especially when we observe elite level lifters) that things like knee valgus in squatting or rounding lower back/cervical extension in deadlifting may not cause harm 🤙🏻 I don’t think its something we should be letting slide when it comes to coaching beginners. I believe every beginner should be equipped with a satisfactory sense of their own positioning, knowledge of load management as well as a level of strength and stability before being more lenient with technique when it comes to lifts like the squat or deadlift. Weightlifters are more likely to get away with these controversial techniques because they have already built the strength and stability to withstand these movements. .
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Same can be said when looking at flexible dieting, people who have success on it will usually have a satisfactory level of knowledge when it comes to calorie intake and macro/micronutrients requirements. Those who don’t might just see it as eating whatever they want and end up not achieving the goals they set out to accomplish 🤔 Love this saying I heard from @steficohen cause it applies so much for the beginners out there in the weights room. While I do believe that there isn’t necessarily any bad movements I do believe you need to have a level of preparedness for them in order for it to be safe. 🔸 . There’s evidence suggesting (especially when we observe elite level lifters) that things like knee valgus in squatting or rounding lower back/cervical extension in deadlifting may not cause harm 🤙🏻 I don’t think its something we should be letting slide when it comes to coaching beginners. I believe every beginner should be equipped with a satisfactory sense of their own positioning, knowledge of load management as well as a level of strength and stability before being more lenient with technique when it comes to lifts like the squat or deadlift. Weightlifters are more likely to get away with these controversial techniques because they have already built the strength and stability to withstand these movements. . 🔸 Same can be said when looking at flexible dieting, people who have success on it will usually have a satisfactory level of knowledge when it comes to calorie intake and macro/micronutrients requirements. Those who don’t might just see it as eating whatever they want and end up not achieving the goals they set out to accomplish 🤔
  • Love this saying I heard from @steficohen cause it applies so much for the beginners out there in the weights room. While I do believe that there isn’t necessarily any bad movements I do believe you need to have a level of preparedness for them in order for it to be safe. 🔸 . There’s evidence suggesting (especially when we observe elite level lifters) that things like knee valgus in squatting or rounding lower back/cervical extension in deadlifting may not cause harm 🤙🏻 I don’t think its something we should be letting slide when it comes to coaching beginners. I believe every beginner should be equipped with a satisfactory sense of their own positioning, knowledge of load management as well as a level of strength and stability before being more lenient with technique when it comes to lifts like the squat or deadlift. Weightlifters are more likely to get away with these controversial techniques because they have already built the strength and stability to withstand these movements. . 🔸 Same can be said when looking at flexible dieting, people who have success on it will usually have a satisfactory level of knowledge when it comes to calorie intake and macro/micronutrients requirements. Those who don’t might just see it as eating whatever they want and end up not achieving the goals they set out to accomplish 🤔
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  • grandrapidsmassagetherapy - 𝐆𝐫𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐑𝐚𝐩𝐢𝐝𝐬 𝐌𝐚𝐬𝐬𝐚𝐠𝐞 𝐓𝐡𝐞𝐫𝐚𝐩𝐲 @grandrapidsmassagetherapy 56 minutes ago
  • #Repost @dr_jacobdpt with @get_repost
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This is sort of a thoracic mobility 2.0: advanced movement. I was working on stretching the rhomboids and it slowly morphed into another thoracic rotation exercise. And if you know me by now, you know I love to do whatever I can to get the thoracic spine moving as I feel it has helped so many of my clients & patients with neck pain and low back pain. 
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Answer the following questions: do you have difficulty keeping your chest up when squatting? Do you have recurrent rotator cuff/shoulder pain that comes and goes depending on how hard you worked out? Do you get neck or low back pain when performing twisting or rotational activities? —> If you answered YES to any of these questions, you may have poor thoracic spine mobility. Good news is it’s not that hard to work on! I’ve posted a few easier versions, and if you’ve mastered those, then try this one out. Leave a comment, share, save, repost, and most importantly lmk what you think ⤵️⤵️⤵️⤵️.
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1️⃣ Begin in “thread the needle” position, sitting back in your heels, head turned opposite direction as your arms.
2️⃣ Slowly rotate your head to the same side as your arms while bringing your forward arm up and back, rotating your spine outward looking up at the ceiling. Hips can rise up slightly here to allow for as much rotation as possible. 
3️⃣ Return to start position, don’t forget to rotate head away from arms.
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Musician: Not The King.👑 #repost @dr_jacobdpt with @get_repost ・・・ 👌🏼 __ This is sort of a thoracic mobility 2.0: advanced movement. I was working on stretching the rhomboids and it slowly morphed into another thoracic rotation exercise. And if you know me by now, you know I love to do whatever I can to get the thoracic spine moving as I feel it has helped so many of my clients & patients with neck pain and low back pain. __ Answer the following questions: do you have difficulty keeping your chest up when squatting? Do you have recurrent rotator cuff/shoulder pain that comes and goes depending on how hard you worked out? Do you get neck or low back pain when performing twisting or rotational activities? —> If you answered YES to any of these questions, you may have poor thoracic spine mobility. Good news is it’s not that hard to work on! I’ve posted a few easier versions, and if you’ve mastered those, then try this one out. Leave a comment, share, save, repost, and most importantly lmk what you think ⤵️⤵️⤵️⤵️. __ 1️⃣ Begin in “thread the needle” position, sitting back in your heels, head turned opposite direction as your arms. 2️⃣ Slowly rotate your head to the same side as your arms while bringing your forward arm up and back, rotating your spine outward looking up at the ceiling. Hips can rise up slightly here to allow for as much rotation as possible. 3️⃣ Return to start position, don’t forget to rotate head away from arms. __ #goodevening #stretch #thoracic #thoracicmobility #tspine #tspinemobility #getmoving #neckpain #backpain #rotatorcuff #shoulderpain #shouldermobility #swimmer #golfer #spinalrotation #orthopedics #temecula #rehab #doit #jacobsaid #seriously #doitnow #stopreadingmyhashtags #weirdo #happyhumpday🐪 Music: Quiet Star Musician: Not The King.👑
  • #repost @dr_jacobdpt with @get_repost ・・・ 👌🏼 __ This is sort of a thoracic mobility 2.0: advanced movement. I was working on stretching the rhomboids and it slowly morphed into another thoracic rotation exercise. And if you know me by now, you know I love to do whatever I can to get the thoracic spine moving as I feel it has helped so many of my clients & patients with neck pain and low back pain. __ Answer the following questions: do you have difficulty keeping your chest up when squatting? Do you have recurrent rotator cuff/shoulder pain that comes and goes depending on how hard you worked out? Do you get neck or low back pain when performing twisting or rotational activities? —> If you answered YES to any of these questions, you may have poor thoracic spine mobility. Good news is it’s not that hard to work on! I’ve posted a few easier versions, and if you’ve mastered those, then try this one out. Leave a comment, share, save, repost, and most importantly lmk what you think ⤵️⤵️⤵️⤵️. __ 1️⃣ Begin in “thread the needle” position, sitting back in your heels, head turned opposite direction as your arms. 2️⃣ Slowly rotate your head to the same side as your arms while bringing your forward arm up and back, rotating your spine outward looking up at the ceiling. Hips can rise up slightly here to allow for as much rotation as possible. 3️⃣ Return to start position, don’t forget to rotate head away from arms. __ #goodevening #stretch #thoracic #thoracicmobility #tspine #tspinemobility #getmoving #neckpain #backpain #rotatorcuff #shoulderpain #shouldermobility #swimmer #golfer #spinalrotation #orthopedics #temecula #rehab #doit #jacobsaid #seriously #doitnow #stopreadingmyhashtags #weirdo #happyhumpday🐪 Music: Quiet Star Musician: Not The King.👑
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