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✅ No, this platform is dedicated solely to BodyBoss Tone .
❓I've purchased the Tone print guide. Will I be signed on to the online platform automatically?
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❓ Is this free?
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You don’t need fancy drills or equipment to help improve your athletes movement capabilities. Just create scenarios in practice that provide your athletes the opportunities to solve these movement problems. This is how we adapt. It is human nature. If you’re not convinced, just ask my awesome nephew.
Well after a very long day at work and then school I decided to still go squat even though I was completely exhausted and with a little help and motivation from some of my bois at the gym I decided to push my top set on squats from 365 which was easyyyy to 385 which was still pretty easy so I feel good about that not to mention doing it on a day when my legs were already sore and tired!
But it’s great to be back training heavy and pushing it a little bit
I love this post!
Takeaways for everyone: - Don't spend all your time stretching and foam rolling, it will only provide short term relief. - There are no bad exercises. Injuries come from overloading your system and tissues, not from any specific movement. - Resistance and weighted exercise are great for both reducing risk of injury and recovering from injury!
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10 year challenge: Physio beliefs
How did you beliefs change in 10 years, or even less?
When I heard Peter O’Sullivan say at his course in London three years back: “I’m not afraid of pain”, was a game changer for me. Whenever a patient said they had pain somewhere, I always was worried what was damaged or wrong. I would go search for that dysfunction or blocked joint or triggerpoint or rib out of place....😔🤦♂️.
Not anymore 😊👍💪
The body is strong and robust and pain is very complex and not a good measure of tissue damage. This can make it more difficult for us, but also more challenging, which makes it more fun.
Let us know which beliefs changed for you and how.😊👍
Great infographic and post by @shane.lentz😊👌:
Its been almost a year I’ve been training now. I realised that going to the gym and eating the right foods is now a big part of my life. I don’t plan to stop anytime soon. I used to eat crap all day and I was starting to get overweight. One day I decided to change everything. I changed so much in the past year but its not over and I’m still changing. Its hard work and it never stops because there’s no end to gains. I encourage everybody to start because if you really believe you can change your body, you can do it! Hard work and dedication is all it takes and you’ll see the results! 💪😎 #legday#gym#results#hardwork#dedication#time#weightloss#strength#squats#anybodycandoit#destroyedmylegs#dontmindmyface
🚨 Workout Wednesday 🚨
We've reached the middle of the week so you know what time it is... Time for a new workout to help get you closer to your goals.
Today I have an awesome barbell workout for you.
You will perform 6-10 reps of each movement for 4 sets each. Rest for 30 seconds between set.
This one will hit across the whole body helping you develop total body strength. -Trainer Tips-
When setting up for the Front Squat you can use either a normal grip with the elbows pointed forward or a crossed grip with the hands crossing to the opposite shoulder.
Be sure to to set the bar hit across the tops of your shoulders to create a shelf to rest the bar.
Like any squat, keep the weight in the mid to back of the foot and drive through the heels.
Set the bar across the tops of the shoulders, creating a shelf.
Bend the knees slightly then using momentum from the legs, drive the weight up and over the head.
Lower the weight, again bending the the knees slightly and repeat.
Start with the weight at waist height.
Lower the bar down the front of your body the just below the knees.
Pull the bar up and drive the hips forward, pressing feet into the floor.
When the weight is as high as you can pull it, shoot elbows under and catch the bar at the shoulders.
Drive the rest of the way up to full extension of the legs.
As always, choose appropriate weight, use good form and remember to breathe.
Enjoy and have a great workout!
During my workout this morning, Storm kept telling me to go as fast as the others in the video. I quickly tried to tell him I was going my own pace and I was trying my best. But going that fast was not happening.
I’ll get there. Just at my own pace. 😉
can we talk about abs? ....
💪🏼you cannot get abs by doing 1000 sit ups everyday... trust me lol. a girl who wanted so badly to have abs that showed did everything she could... besides cardio.
💪🏼you NEED to incorporate cardio/hiit/anything that gets your heart going to start seeing definition, not just abs, any muscle!
💪🏼doing exercises that work the core will not let you see that definition, but it will strengthen it just like any muscle that you work.
💪🏼that also means dont run for 50 minutes till you want to die, do something that you enjoy! cycling/walking/running/jogging/hiit/etc.
💪🏼i see so many girls who will run on the tread my whole workout then leave without doing anything with weights, listen ladies you will not look “manly” “too muscular” or anything by lifting weights. lifting has so many benefits not just physically but mentally. ...
💪🏼don’t forget to watch that diet and drink lots of water to not let all that hardwork go to waste.
🔥to overview: you cant earn abs by doing 1000 exercises for it, incorporate cardio, watch your diet but also lift weights and you will start to see definition throughout your whole body🔥