There have been many great coaches, some who develop the best athlete/teams to success, some who innovate and change common practice, and some who are forever remembered to have played the perfect game. But, is coaching an art or a science? In my opinion, it is the perfect balance of both. A great coach gets the best out of every player, regardless of their individual talent. They continue to ask questions and develop their application of methodology to achieve continued success. Share your thoughts below! . . . 📸: @cieranmurphy #ichibansportscience#coach#sportscience#artvscience#coaching#highperformance#goals ##debate#blackandwhite
Did you know there are 17 muscles that are attached directly to the scapula bone. They help when doing a trowing movement and also stabalizing the shoulder. Its important to not forget your scapula activation exercises and this video is one of them. You dont need to load up on the weight on this one but you can if you feel you can. #sportscience#pushpullgrind#getbig#fitnessaddict#fitnessblogger#blogger
Hip thrust exercise is used to strengthen the posterior side of the lower body. The hip thrust has been shown to produce great EMG activity of the gluteus maximus, biceps femoris and vastus lateralis. • 💥This exercise became popular mostly because of Bret ‘’Glute Guy’’ Contreras (@bretcontreras1 ) who has promoted this exercise for years. The hip thrust is considered to be particularly effective for gluteus maximus (even higher EMG when compared to barbell squats). • 🔎Gluteus maximus is the most superficial of the gluteal muscles and it functions as a hip extensor, lateral rotator and abductor. The gluteus maximus muscle is also thought to be important for sports performance, lower body function and trunk stability. • ▶When it comes to the hip thrust exercise, there are multiple variations that can be performed. Glute bridge is a common variation of the hip thrust exercise that is done by laying on the floor. The glute bridge exercise has a lower amount of range of motion when compared to the hip thrust. Both exercises can be loaded by a similar fashion with a barbell placed on the hips. • Partner with @urheiluopisto_kisis !
Hoje foi dia dos participantes do Projeto 100 limites passarem no atendimento com o nosso Dr. @walter.souzaneto Nesse projeto não iremos cuidar apenas da estética. Iremos cuidar da sua saúde também! #saúde#projeto100limites#sports#science Nutricionista: @nutricionistavictorsilvestre Preparador físico: @vitorperfor
Hoje foi dia dos participantes do Projeto 100 limites passarem no atendimento com o nosso Dr. @walter.souzaneto . Nesse projeto não iremos cuidar apenas da estética. Iremos cuidar da sua saúde também! #saúde#projeto100limites#sports#science#h9performance Nutricionista: @nutricionistavictorsilvestre Preparador físico: @vitorperfor
💥By now it is well known that isometric peak force is greater than concentric peak force, however there is still uncertainty when it comes to its relation to dynamic movement. In other words, is it really worth assessing isometric peak force? . This figure which was recently published in the Strength and Conditioning Journal by Comfort,...Haff, & colleagues shows the relationships established in previous literature between isometric peak force and sport performance/weightlifting exercises . A Pearson correlation coefficient (r) close to +/- 1 indicates a very strong relationship. Whereas, +/- 0.70 indicates a strong relationship, and +/- 0.50 indicates a moderate relationship . In the studies included in this review, knee angles were between 125-145 degrees and hip angles were between 140-150 degrees . . #strengthandconditioning#research#isometric#isometricmidthighpull#force#maxforce#maxout#maximum#effort#maxintent#intent#power#sportscience#standards#weightlifting
By removing the load from the shoulders and upper trapezius, the belt squat places emphasis on the legs with less load on the spine. Another positive attribute for the belt squat is the higher hip abductor to adductor ratio. This could be very important for injury prevention and patella tracking. While the back squat has slightly higher hamstring recruitment, which is important in ACL injury prevention. Change it up occasionally and know what you clients need to prescribe the correct exercise! Thanks to @sorinex for such an innovative solution. #preparing4glory#psl#thelab#beltsquat#strengthtraining#legsworkout#training💪 #athletes#instafit#lowerbody#sportscience#sports#fitness
It doesn’t matter if you want to get fitter for day to day life or want to improve performance in a sport, look to train movement patterns over muscles. Learn to hinge, squat, push vertically and horizontally plus pull vertically and horizontally too. Doing so will deliver results no matter the goal, not to mention get you moving better in all aspects of life. ————————————————— Don’t get me wrong I am not saying never train individual muscles. This is a fundamental of any rehab and has a huge part to pay of you are a body builder, but when it comes to performance think movement and movement patterns first
Front foot elevated reverse Lunge!! - This exercise does a great job for increasing the range of motion, an individual is able to use compared to a normal reverse lunge - The increased range of motion means that the leg muscles will be put under more tension, therefore increasing the time under tension for working the muscle - The front foot elevation also increases the athlete ability to reach deep hip and knee flexion... which when looking at mobility and overall movement comes in handy!!
Can heart rate recovery (HRR) be used to indicate a player's physical preparedness for competition? In this study, faster heart rate recovery was associated with a higher percentage of time spent sprinting and running during matches 😮 This image is from a study cited in a recent article I wrote on how to use heart rate recovery (HRR) in sport (see link in bio) If you'd like to see other cool images like these or read my written research reviews, simply click the link in my bio🔗 Follow @shakebotapp for the latest research & tips on exercise, nutrition, general health, and athletic performance🔎 ℹ️Got questions? Contact @adam.virgile
Too many supplements/products are in shops claiming to do certain things. In reality when someone can read research/study an actual course in nutrition and have critical thinking you soon realise they are not many papers out there backing these claims. Stop looking for quick fixes stop taking advice off unqualified ‘pts’ that claim to understand nutrition they do not. #sportscience#nutrition
Check in with @andrew_fleming_boxing as we come to the end of Phase 1 = DONE ✅ Andrew fights in just over 2 weeks at Bolton Wanderers stadium and he’s left no stone unturned in his preparation for this fight just like he always does!! 👊🏻👊🏻👊🏻 Andrew absolutely nailed his last camp too but due to sustaining a perforated ear drum in training, the fight couldn’t go ahead on medical grounds, so we all literally cannot wait to see him back in the ring on May 11th doing the business! Phase 2 of Andrew’s Nutrition Strategy commences next week and he’s is bang on track for making weight, refuelling + recovering like a boss and more importantly displaying another class performance! 🔥🔥 Let’s go champ!!! 👊🏻👊🏻👊🏻 Cut weight not performance 👌🏻
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. - We are blown away and grateful for the interest that has been shown for the Stanford Sports Performance Symposium. The last spots for the symposium have been filled and registration is now closed. However, if you are interested in being added to a mailing list for information on future events, please continue to register using the link in the bio. - #nerdnation#gostanford#stanford#sportsperformance#sportscience#120andcounting #🏆 #hardwork#farmlife
گلوکوکورتیکوئیدی گفته شده در ویدیو چیست؟ گلوکوکورتیکوئیدی (glucocorticoids) به گروهی از استروئیدها(مانند کورتیزول) گفته می شود که در بخش قشری غده فوق کلیوی ساخته می شوند. استروئیدها ترکیبات چربی با چهار حلقه کربنی هستند. کورتیزول یا هیدروکورتیزون مهمترین گلوکوکورتیکوئید بدن است. تفاوت اصلی گلوکوکورتیکوئیدها با سایر کورتیکواستروئیدها در رسپتورهای اختصاصیشان و تأثیراتشان بر بدن است. گلوکوکورتیکوئیدها نقش های مختلفی در بدن از جمله کاهش التهاب، تخفیف واکنش های ایمنی، تأثیر بر متابولیسم و افزایش قند خون دارند. #scienceinsport#sportscience#physicaleducation#sports
Why did I choose the field of chiropractic? Growing up, playing baseball was my favorite sport. My dad was a coach and I naturally developed a huge passion for it. ⚾️ In my sophomore year of high school, I got a shoulder injury that really left me in doubt if I could ever pitch again. I began to lose feeling in my shoulder and needed treatment. I went to a chiropractor who treated me and knew what I wanted to do with my life. I know the impact an injury can have on peoples lives from many personal experiences. I wanted to be that solution and help people regain control of their daily lives. That’s why I do what I do! #passion#story#journey#chiropractic#chiro#baseball#healing#nopain#recovery#stoppain#totalvitalitymedical
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How much exercise should I be doing and what should I do? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Over winter, we tend to be less active. It's cold and generally we feel sluggish. But now if you want to start working out and feeling healthier and more energetic, then this post is for you. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ I recommend designing a good exercise plan that combines cardio and aerobic exercise to build endurance, with anaerobic exercise and strength training to build power and muscle mass. (BTW: This doesn't mean you will bulk up or look bigger, simply that some of your body's fat reserves will be converted into muscle.) ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🏃♀ Cardio endurance training or aerobic training will strengthen your heart and lungs and improve your body's ability to deliver and use oxygen. The better they can use oxygen the more endurance you will have and the healthier you will be. Aerobic training also helps to control your weight and build cardiovascular strength. 💪 Strength training in the anaerobic zone builds muscle mass, strength and speeds up your metabolism meaning your body becomes more effective at consuming calories. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ So if you are new to sport, have not done much exercise for a while or are coming back from illness or injury, I would suggest you start with 2 to 3 days of moderately intensive aerobic activity so you can slowly start to integrate more activity into your life. 1️⃣ Pick one or two activities that you can do to get your heart rate up but where you can still hold a conversation - e.g. walk as much as you can at a brisk pace. 2️⃣ Layer on top of that some higher intensity activities like HIIT training or interval running - where you get out of breath. Ensure you have some full body strength activity e.g. push ups, sit ups, plank, etc. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Other ways to boost your motivation: 👯 Meet friends to workout together and support each other. 🤩 Try to visualise and prepare your
I’ve made this point before but for all the tempo training addicts out there. I agree with this one until I see evidence to the contrary. Slowing down the movement doesn’t seem to offer greater benefits. It also offers some negatives such as reduction in power and total training load as well. The exception may be improving tactile strength allowing you to feel the correct position. So during some periods I have my athletes do slow pulls. #bpcweightlifting#nerdstuff#sportscience#usaw#usaweightlifting
Always push over your limit,will make you better #drivers#training#run#running#sport#performance#movement#gym#move#better#moveoften#strenght#strenghtcoach#sportscience#kimoa#personaltrainer#ptlife#push#workout#physicaltrainer#tuscany
Hacer ejercicio o practicar un deporte en la niñez 🧒🏻 ayuda a desarrollar las capacidades físicas (o motrices), tales como la coordinación, el tiempo de reacción a diferentes estímulos y la propiocepción (ubicación del cuerpo en el espacio), que van facilitar (o dificultar) el realizar diferentes actividades cuando se es adulto. . Es importante que los niños realicen diferentes deportes para así desarrollar todas sus capacidades motrices y no especializarlos antes de los 15 años. Además ,es bueno que prueben varios deportes para que así puedan escoger el que más les guste y en el que más habilidades natas tengan, que va a depender de la altura y la complexión física, como por ejemplo un niño alto puede que sea mejor para jugar basquetbol 🏀 o un niño muy rápido puede que sea bueno para el fut o atletismo 🏃🏻♀️. . La idea es que para los niños hacer ejercicio no significa ir al gimnasio y levantar pesas pesas 🏋🏻♂️ ❌, para los niños significa jugar y realizar actividad física y con ello aprender valores importantes que solo el realizar un deporte les puede dar 🤗. . . Para planes de alimentación y ejercicio personalizados contáctanos por DM, 💌 email@example.com o 📞2711244993 . . #fitness#ejercicio#salud#sportscience#deporte#nutricion#exercisescience#fit#healthylifestyle#deporte#ejerciciofisico
Athletic Therapists treat all sorts of injuries and conditions. Some on the field, many in a clinic. Some of those conditions include👇🏼 Acute Injury Chronic conditions Muscle Sprains Ligament Strains Contusions Repetitive Strain Injuries Rotator Cuff Tears Bursitis, Capsulitis, Fasciitis Tendonitis, Tendonosis, Tendosynovitis Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Osteoarthritis Low Back Pain Sciatica and Piriformis Syndrome Disc Herniation / Facet Fusions Whiplash Associated Disorders Workplace Injuries Pre/Post-Surgical Rehabilitation Post Fracture Rehabilitation Biomechanical Analysis Injury Prevention and Care Prophylactic Taping/Bracing Return to Play Protocols Postural Assessments Strength and Conditioning Programs
DIA DEL LIBRO!! 📚📚 . Para celebrar el #diadellibro os dejo el ultimo libro que me he leido. En este caso es del gran @prowellness un crack de las ciencias del deporte y del ejercicio. . ❌Mucha gente que quiere ponerse en forma elige la carrera como medio, pero esto es un error!! Igual que las casas no se empiezan por el tejado, la forma fisica no se construye por la carrera, ya que es bastante lesiva y casi nadie tiene una buena tecnica para ello. . ✅Este libro te enseña las bases de la carrera, desde la fisiologia y la mecanica, para convertirte en un mejor corredor. Tiene un lenguaje sencillo y aplicable para que cualquier persona pueda entenderlo sin ser un experto en la materia. . 👉🏻Destacar la importancia del entrenamiento neuromuscular o de fuerza, ya que preparara los tejidos y las articulaciones para la carrera, ayudando a ser mas eficientes y disminuyendo el riesgo de lesion! . 🗣Si conoces algun libro que te haya parecido bueno o interesante, no lo dudes! Comentamelo!!! 👇🏻 . #diadellibro#entrenamientointeligente#strengthandconditioning#sport#fitness#entrenadorpersonal#personaltrainer#strength#sportscience#running#run#motivacion
“Good things come to those who work out” 🏋🏼♂️ Haven’t posted for a while but I’ve still been training regularly. I’m also now a qualified fitness instructor and well on my way to becoming a qualified personal trainer 🙌🏼 Watch this space... 🤓
O fenômeno da dor na lombar é recorrente no nosso cotidiano. Quem nunca sentiu aquela dor ao passar muito tempo sentado ou em pé, com certeza é uma pessoa de sorte ou tem uma consciência corporal muito boa ao ponto de se manter em boa postura durante horas. Fato que não pode ser entendido apenas no quadro de dor. Em geral, a dor lombar é causada por fatores biopsicossociais. Para buscar atenuar o quadro de dor busque fazer exercícios calistênicos ou com pesos livres com o objetivo de ajudar no ganho de estabilização do core. No vídeo estou fazendo o exercício de desenvolvimento com halter apoiando os joelhos no chão. É uma excelente estratégia para diminuir o braço de força sobre a coluna. Há uma ação direta sobre os músculos paravertebrais em ação isométrica, preservando a curvatura normal da coluna durante os exercícios de estabilização dinâmica. Se você gostou dessa dica, vou deixar a referencia do artigo nos comentários pra você dar uma olhada. No mais, procure fazer exercícios sendo supervisionado por um profissional de educação física capacitado para te ajudar. Tenho certeza que você terá grandes resultados.
JELLY(hydrolysed collagen +Vitamin C)🍮🧡✨... Our tendons & ligaments are largely made up of collagen. Recent studies show increasing collagen synthesis can promote healing in tendon/ligament injuries. - Collagen + vitamin C jelly (15g ingested ~1hr before training) is looking to be a great rehab/prehab strategy for athletes 🚴🏼♀️🚵🏼♂️🏃🏼♀️🏃🏽♂️⚽️🏀🏑... - This batch is made for an athlete returning to play next season. Trialling new strategies in an off period prevents any undesired reactions effecting performance! *always check your supplements are batch tested*. - Thank you to @cashford123 for sharing the recipe!
Physical activity and mortality risk (risk of death). —————————————- Being active is healthy, something I think we all know, but doing TOO much exercise can actually start to become negative. —————————————— The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) published this research in 2015 of 661,137 people between ages 21 and 98 looking at the amount of exercise and mortality risk. —————————————— Physical activity was measured in METs, which stands for the metabolic equivalent of the task. 1 MET = 0.25 liters per minute of oxygen being consumed(L/min O2) and is basically the amount of oxygen you need to stay alive while you’re lying down doing nothing. As you exercise, METs increase because you need more oxygen to sustain the activity. ——————————————- The graph shows that as the number of MET hours per week increases, the risk of death decreases, up to a point. When you get to 75+ MET hours per week, you can see the line in the graph actually rise, indicating a potentially negative heath risk of too much exercise. This is referred to as the law of diminishing returns, where you don’t get any extra benefit from doing excessive amounts of exercise. —————————————— While athletes may need to push this boundary to be the best they can be at their sport, the average person should stay below 75 MET hours per week of activity for the best health benefits. —————————————— Bottom line: exercise frequently, but allow yourself to recover!