People often wonder how @tommy_bahamabjj got such a huge chest, well strap yourselves in, because you're about to find out!
Key things to remember: -Engage as many muscle groups as you can to ensure your stable, in this case glutes, and abdominal muscles are often neglected in the bench. -'Bend the Bar', this will help you engage your lats in the bench. -Make sure you plant your feet down, but don't let your glutes lift off of the bench as you press!... Also make sure you don't hit the rack as you press up... #weareabsolutemma
1 42 minutes ago
[i samarbete med @frooshsverige ]
Perfekt smoothie för dig som är mån om vad du stoppar i dig! Proteinrik smoothie perfekt som mellanmål eller direkt efter träningen!
Snart i en butik nära dig ❤️💪🏼
When someone asks you “Are you seriously having a cheat meal this weekend?”
The face says it all!
What’s your favourite CHEAT MEAL?
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בוקר טוב לכולם ותודה למי שהגיבה!!
התשובה הנכונה היא ד.
היא הזוכה הגדולה בערכת הניקוי המדהימה של #dettol שמסירה 99.9% מהחיידקים!!
מעכשיו יש לנו חבר חדש בבית שיעזור לנו לחטא את החיידקים.
2 269 minutes ago
Super easy and healthy pancakes😍
1 egg, some eggwhites and a tablespoon of chickpeaflour (about 25g)😋 Peanut butter on the top❤️
Nein, das kann man echt nicht schön reden. Für alle die ein unaufgeräumtes triggern, bitte schön. Ich find es auch nicht so toll, aber irgendwie hat man sich dran gewöhnt 😩 Mir tun einfach die zwei Jungs leid die morgens erst putzen und dann alle Gewichte wieder auf ihren Platz räumen müssen, die haben sich das Gym dann wohl echt gespart!
GRASS-FED MEAT. I was listening to Dave Asprey 's podcast today and the topic was on grass-fed meat: How it differs from conventionally raised meat and why it matters for the animals, the planet and for how we think and behave after consuming grass-fed meat.
⭐️Now, I've read and listened to my fair share of why grass-fed meat is superior to conventional meat and listening to this podcast gave me the idea to share my thoughts with you guys.
⭐️From what I have learned, I know that pasture-raised animals are nutritionally superior vs industrial animals. Being able to roam the fields, grazing as they please and fertilizing the areas they roam with their poop are the best things for both the animals and the soil they fertilize.
⭐️What I also know is that because of the humane way these animals are treated & the freedom they have, their meat is so much better for people who eat it, so the prices for that meat is greater than your regular meat.
⭐️As a student working part-time with a lot of bills to pay and a house to take care of, I'm gonna be honest - it's difficult for me to afford to buy grass-fed meat. A strategy that has been recommended by experts like Mark Hyman, MD is to eat about 6 oz of meat per meal so you're cutting down your neat consumption.
⭐️This means that instead of buying a shit load of meat to eat each day in large portions, you buy smaller amounts of QUALITY grass-fed, pastured-raised meat and eat smaller portions of those.
⭐️My partner and I both have our firearms license here in Canada and we discussed getting our hunting license so we can hunt game. This may be a more cost-effective idea for us 🤔
⭐️My goal is to make the change to avoid eating factory-farmed meats. I grew up enjoying meat and eating it all the time but I have to break that habit, EVOLVE myself and make changes that will benefit the animals, the planet and my & my family's health.
Did you make the switch? If so, was it hard? If not, do you want to?
This is the second half of my bench day warm up.
Ramp sets are a good way of "auditioning" for the real set. I set up on the bench in the exact way I would if I was benching my 1 rep max.
Nothing changes in how I complete the reps I'm still in control of the weight the whole time. I see too many people just smash out 10 reps as fast as possible and that's their warm up... How is that in any way correlated to the way you do the exercise under extreme weight?
Take your time, take it seriously! Doing stupid stuff gets you hurt! Trust me I know!
2 182 hours ago
Did a great glute focused workout today 💪🏼 🍑
4 sets of 10:
1. Pause squats with band (pause for a couple of seconds at the bottom and focus on contracting your 🍑)
2. Superset: Hip thrusts with band & Banded abductions
3. Sumo deadlifts
4. Back raises - glute focused
5. Cable pull throughs
Really important in all of these to really focus on the mind muscle connection and contracting your glutes to feel the 🔥! Any questions let me know, and give it a go!! 😊