Throw & Receive
Importance of exploding power/energy but also being able to receive/take that.
Very important aspect of enhancing performance for sports/martial arts & also all daily life.
But often forgotten or ignored concept.
Should talk about this more in depth in future with other video&photos.
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A little cardio plank set to get the shoulders burning and the heart rate up a bit. The whole sequence should take about 3mins. No resting in between and the upper back and shoulders should be 🔥🔥. 1. Knee tucks x 10
2. Oblique knee tucks x 10
3. Mountain climbers straight and oblique (running) x 20 - 30
4. Knee swings x 8
5. Wide knee tucks x 8
6. Mountain climbers straight and wide (running) x 20
7. Up stretch to plank x 5
8. Up stretch running x 8
9. Plank shifts x 6
10. Mountain climbers (running) x 40
11. Plank hold x 10 secs... Die.
Give it a go and share your workout with us!!😅😅😅😅 #planksforeveryone
P.S My hips are a little high to help me maintain a neutral upper back and prevent thoracic flexion which I tend to do too much.
It can be overwhelming and confusing when we first start out doing anything new... I remember walking into a gym for the first time to feel embarrassed and being lost
My first mobility workshop that I attended made me feel like an outcast for being so rigid 😓
I was so scared going into my first BJJ class that I turned around at the front door!
I remember feeling inadequate when I first attended Oxford university to learn amongst other health professionals (infact this was true for the remainder 3months!) Heck... Going to a new barber couple of weeks ago made me feel like I was cheating or having an affair 😂
I persevered while being lucky enough to have the right people around to get me through it
I haven't looked back!
Tomorrow I get to welcome 8 individuals to our 4 week fundamental strength and movement program
This isn't just about learning to move more freely or getting stronger... It's about being in the right environment with like minded people working on things you WANT and NEED to help each other grow 😊
Learn. Play. Grow.
“This variation of the leopard crawl is a fun way to test and develop your mind body intelligence. With the right coordination queues (retraction of the scapula) you can use your shoulder blade to lower your body for more horizontal range. In addition to this you can use your rear leg as a counterweight and balancing tail to increase the range of your arm even further. Using this bodily tactics you don’t need a whole lot of strength training to get better results, just a bit of mind body intelligence to increase your moving potential significantly. Of course, while you are playing around you can’t stop your body from making more protein deposits and neurological activating of the musculature around your joints. Which makes you stronger and more flexible. Try it out! To make it even more interesting, try to peel your hand and foot at the same time from the floor so that your body destabilizes at two points simultaneously and therefore has to work harder to stay in balance.” - @sjuuldaamen⠀
Ring rows er en god calisthenics begynder øvelse som kan hjælpe dig godt på vej mod din første pull up.
Den kan også sagtens være hård selvom du er mere øvet.
I klippet skifter jeg imellem en low row og en high row
It's not even March yet but I'm mentally preparing myself for summer. (Also clearing out my wardrobe and buying a few staple summer pieces which I can't wait to wear!) I finish uni in less than 2 months, then and I'll be packing up, moving out and hitting the road pretty soon after that. Can't waitttt 😊
66-70 and 71-80 I'm exhausted from being out tonight but for me this is a commitment. A commitment is inconvenient at times but its rewards are worth it. At 47 I'm stronger than ever with less pain and no surgeries in my future 💪🏻💥🙏🏻❣ #committed#homeworkout#pushupsfordays
Who has experienced this before?
With everything in life progress only happens when we are consistent in what we do. No matter whether it is eating healthy, working out, keeping up with chores around the house, learning a new language... Whatever it is we are working on and are planning on achieving, as soon as we stop working on it or for it, we will fall back into old habits and lose all the progress we have worked for so hard. I am not saying this happens overnight, neither in a few days or even weeks, but weeks become months and months turn into years and we wish we had never lost track , because now we have to start all over again from scratch. Stay focused to why you wanted it in the first place and push through it until you get there and then set yourself new little goals to start it all over again. You got this. Don’t quit!
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Who can’t live 🙅🏻♂️ Coffee here?
💚 I have a good news to share with you guys because a range between 3-6mg/kg of caffeine, 30-60 mins prior to training helps to improve short term training performance
🦄 Personally, I’ve practiced a minimalist approach to my training supplementation. That said, I felt significant improvement during training especially when i’m feeling TIRED (e.g. more focused, improved endurance, easier perceived load lifted throughout training) with 5mg/kg of Caffeine + 5mg Creatine from @myproteinmy 30 mins prior to training
Legit question for you guys, do you use caffeine prior to training? Did you notice any improvements? Share with me your experience & comment below ✌️