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I had a lot of replies to one of my stories regarding ‘how to get back into training after a period of rest’. . It doesn’t matter if you’ve been on holidays, had exam preparation, coming back from pregnancy/injury or just honestly have been lazy. Returning to strength training requires a very similar pathway. The key difference being the actual duration you had off training. . Volume and intensity is going to be vital. . If you were only away for a few weeks, I would treat the first week of training back as a ‘de-load week’, where you reduce your training loads to about 50% of your max effort on your programmed movements. Then increase from that point in weeks following. . If you have had a substantial time off training (say a month plus), then you would look at adding movements which are going to help create full Range of Motion/correct movement patterns, be able to stabilise joints and supporting tissue (adding in tempo can help here), and also even isometric holds. The weight maybe reduced to body weight movements or light bar/dumbbell work. . Remember, volume (number of reps & total training sets) and intensity (load/weight) are key. . This is almost a bulletproof way of coming back injury free, and even stronger than previously.
El año que viene ya controlo el pienso de verdad para verme así todo el año, no quiero estar más seca, así me sentía bien.. Ahora estoy un poco jodida con lo de la cadera, no es doloroso, con lo cual, entreno. Pienso que antes no me daba cuenta por que me limitaba a “levantar peso” pero ahora que conozco más mi cuerpo sé que algo NO va BIEN... (aun que no sé si ya me estoy rallando mucho y eso también me afecta). Pero en fin, mientras me hago y llegan pruebas seguiremos como siempre, intentando que haya la mayor concentración que pueda conseguir en el glúteo ( sobre todo derecho, que es el jodido) y pa’ lante de la manita de @alex92dominguez que me está ayudando con la “lesion”??? . . . . . . . . #healthyfood#me#glutes#girlswholift#motivation#gym#workout#summer#personaltrainer#lesionesdeportivas#squats#deadlift#powerlifting
👊🏼Creativity solves problems👊🏼 . Let’s talk STANCE!🏋🏻♀️ . . . So I’ve been trying to figure out this hip problem ever since my competition in November. WE FINALLY FIGURED IT OUT! Thing is, I kicked my self a little for not thinking of it, but I also learned a lot through the process. With the help of @realfoodrealthighs (My Coach) and @nicolascj82 (one of the smartest people I know, and work with) we got down to the bottom of it🙌🏼 . . . So the pictures of Back Squat, Deadlift, and Bench Press. Picture 1,3,5 are of me; picture 2,4,6 is my coach back in her powerlifting days. We have very different body types, as you can see. We naturally found a wide or narrow stance that fits what our body can do under heavy weight and not injuring ourselves. Look at the differences; mine is narrow and hers is wide. Tess is pretty flexible, taller, and a little slender than me. I, on the other hand, am not so flexible, short, and a little thicker, but she taught me how to lift. Knowing what fits yours body and how your anatomy can benefit your lifts is crucial! The smallest thing fixed my squat (narrowed my stance just a hair, and turned my feet internally, just a little, and BAM, no more hip pain 😅🤦🏻♀️) Don’t get me wrong, I don’t have a narrow stance 100% of the time because Nic taught me that training your body in the opposite stance will strengthen your weight in your comfortable stance. It’s different for every body and lifter, and it totally works! . . Questions about stance and how to improve your lift? Send me a DM, and we can get you in for a movement assessment to test out your anatomy and see what it has to offer!✔️ #tlf2019#powerlifting#powerliftingwomen#strongwomen#backsquat#benchpress#deadlift#stance 🏋🏻♀️💪🏼👊🏼
Signed up fairly last minute to a Ju Jitsu competition in 4 weeks time, so training, especially lower limb work, is changing focus slightly . If you compete in a sport and are in season, your 2 main priorities should be staying injury free and devoting as much time as necessary (based on your stage of development) to technical and tactical training, ie playing your sport . With this in mind I don’t want to be doing a bunch of volume in the gym and loads of sets. Minimum effective workload to elicit the biggest possible adaptation in the areas that contribute most notably to the 2 objectives stated above . In today’s case: big, heavy, intense eccentric single leg work. Combat sports such as wrestling and ju jitsu are notorious for knee and hip injuries, so with my own history of knee issues take into consideration, it’s best to put this sort of work in to maximise my ability to load eccentrically, absorb force, and generally protect my joints . Every programme is different, so don’t just take cookie cutter work from an online ‘guru’ or someone pushing a miracle cure all programme to the masses . Detail should be totally individualised with all programming, so look to a qualified coach who can take your needs into consideration! #strength#training#gym#perform#squat#deadlift#fitness#bjj#jujitsu#fatloss#transformation#personaltrainer#colmorerow#birmingham#brindleyplace#colmorebusinessdistrict#conditioning#strengthtraining
[WEBINAR - L’allenamento della forza nel calcio, basket e futsal]⠀ ⠀ L’allenamento della forza negli sport di squadra riveste un ruolo di fondamentale importanza, sia a livello preventivo sia a livello prestativo. Nel corso degli anni si è visto come spesso i preparatori fisici vuoi per mancanza di attrezzatura, di strumenti di monitoraggio, o per incapacità nel programmare o nell’osservare hanno sviluppato una quasi totale negazione verso proporre esercitazioni di forza in palestra. Abbiamo assistito al boom dell’allenamento della forza in modo aspecifico, pensando che tutto quello che fosse denominato allenamento funzionale fosse realmente funzionale a questi sport di squadra o abbiamo assistito all’uso di superfici instabili nell’allenamento con i sovraccarichi. ⠀ ⠀ L’obiettivo del webinar è cercare di rivedere velocemente da dove siamo partiti o meglio dove eravamo arrivati nel 2017 e dove siamo arrivati ora. L’idea è farvi comprendere quali sono i focus nell’allenamento della forza più importanti da tenere in considerazioni per queste tre diverse discipline sportive e per mostrarvi quello sui cui ci stiamo orientando. Il percorso non è semplice, ma tenendo in considerazione i punti fondamentali da cui bisogna sempre partire, si può pensare di programmare, controllare, valutare e periodizzare in modo corretto e coerente il proprio allenamento sportivo. ⠀ ⠀ Per acquistare il Webinar: https://buff.ly/2Dp04UR⠀ ⠀ ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ ⠀⠀⠀ Team Project 📩 ⠀⠀⠀ firstname.lastname@example.org ⠀⠀⠀ ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ ⠀⠀⠀ Youtube📹 ⠀⠀⠀ https://buff.ly/2Dk47Cy ⠀⠀⠀ ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖⠀⠀⠀ @team_performancelab⠀⠀⠀ @profao⠀⠀⠀ @andrea.licciardi⠀⠀⠀ @alessandrolonero_strengthcoach⠀⠀⠀ @niccolo.balboni⠀⠀⠀ ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖⠀⠀⠀ #performancelab#webinar#strengthandconditioning#conditioning#benchpress
New @dynabodyfitnessequipment_ rack platforms @crossfit_apc #theqathleticcenter providing an expansive warm up area for @365_strongwpf Face-Off Challenge Powerlifting competition March 9 in Mooresville, NC register to compete today as the qualifier before the World Powerlifting Games in May. If you do not primarily training in #powerlifting but want to test your strength in #squat#bench#deadlift compete against other Cross-Over lifters in your own division.
Deadlifts are one of the best exercises to practice because of how functional they are for our daily lives. Think about lifting up a 25# bag of rice 🍚 (So Asian)... or Costco sized 💧 🧻 🥤 🐻 (love costco)... or your 30# toddler 👶(Eliott is so heavy). ... You have to either squat or deadlift to protect your back. . SWIPE ⬅️ for more🤘🏻 . . But so many Doctors tell their patients to stop deadlifting, stop squatting, and stop lifting weight!.... So... For everyone who is not ready to drive an electric cart 🛒 the next Costco 🏃♀️, here are deadlift progression exercises to ease into a heavy lift. Of course, any of these movements would be a good way to scale a CrossFit wod, warm up before a lift or to use as part of your training. #deadlift#squat#beforeworkingout#crossfitopen2019 @crossfitppg @newcarept #newcarephysicaltherapy#crossfit#costco#toddlers
Sometimes it is our darkest times, our most terrible moments, when we want to give in and that voice is saying stop... Those are the moments that are really special, "because it is darkest just before the dawn!"
SINGLE LEG ROMANIAN DEADLIFT (glutes version) • I do these a bit differently. When I do the standard Romanian deadlift with a barbell, I try to build strength in the hamstrings, glutes, and lower back and treat that exercise as a compound movement. • But I do the single leg version in a way that only targets my glutes. I did this yesterday and, no surprise, my glutes are sore. Glute development is important if you want to progress on your squat and deadlift. • The function of the glutes is extend the hips and to bring the knees from the front of your body all the way behind your body. It is scientifically proven that the more stretch you place on the muscle, the better the contraction. You see me take full advantage of this. • The way you full stretch your glutes is to bring the knee all the way to the front of your body and try to touch your chest with your knee. That might involve you bending your knees a little bit but that's fine. Then, while maintaining balance on that one leg, bring your self back up by focusing strictly on bringing the knees to their normal standing position. • Give this one a try. • If you want to lose fat without calorie restriction, then I invite you check out my new Fat Loss Acceleration program (link in bio) that uses Metabolic Boost Protocol to burn 2x more fat in 6 weeks. I followed the program for a week and lost 3 pounds while I still ate junk food almost every other day. You can see that in the story highlights named Week 1 Results. • Train smart, train smart, eat smart! • Muneeb. • • #fitnesslifestyle#fitness#igfitness#getfit#gainmuscle#instafit#exercise#squats#strength#workout#gym#deadlifts#legday#legdayproblems#bodybuilding#gains💪 #gaintrain#fitnessmotivation#glutes#quads#squatting#deadlifting#deadlift#workout#bodybuildinglifestyle#bodybuildinglife#gains#gainz#squat#fitnessfreak
Jika suatu hari aku sakit atau tiba-tiba meninggal dunia karena kelelahan bekerja,kemudian semua akan berjalan seperti biasa, aku tidak sepenting yang kamu bayangkan. Sedangkan, keluargaku dan sahabat yang mencintaiku akan bersedih dan menderita. Sisakan waktu untuk menemani keluarga, dan jangan lupa menyayangi diri sendiri Ya.. #318 Nomaden Puncak kasih illahi #deadlift#support#yourlife#matahatisantri
I haven’t uploaded anything since my meet, mainly to just refocus on training and exam stress 🥴 but more training clips will be coming more regularly now 🙋🏼♂️🏋🏼♂️ - High bar S - 152.5kg x 6 PB - 110kg x 3 D - 192.5kg x 5 PS - 172.5kg x 2 Block D - 205kg x 4 - #staystrong#staypositive#headdownchinup