🇺🇸Do you ever take a day off just to spend time understanding yourself?🤔
🇵🇱Czy kiedykolwiek bierzesz Sobie dzień wolnego tylko po to, aby spróbować zrozumieć samego siebię?🤔
Święta mogą być ku temu świetną okazją!😉 #Understand#YangBarz#Think
יום מנוחה 21.04.19
היום דנים בקצרה בסוגיה - מתיחות סטטיות או דינמיות - מה עדיף? אז כמובן שאין באמת עדיף, אלא רק צורך להתאים מתיחה לזמן המתאים לה 😊
כדי שיהיה לכם נוח, מעתיקה לכם פה את הרצף המעולה ש@tal.amit פרסם בתחילת פברואר -
וכטיזר אספר לכם שפוסט המנוחה הבא יסגור לכם את הפינה של מתיחות סטטיות לאחר אימון, באדיבות @eli_frid_fit.
חג אביב שמח 🌸
50 PUSH UP VARIATIONS #15 DECLINE PUSH UPS.
Enjoying the Easter sunshine? Why not get a sick pump as well by trying out these decline push ups. The angle means that it works more of the upper chest, while also putting more if your weight through your arms, meaning it's a good progression from normal push ups. Happy Easter!
Get at it team 👊 ♦️🐺
🍦 Healthy Ice Cream! 🍦
Mint Chocolate Chip Frosty. Frozen bananas and milk make up the base for this “ice cream”. A little bit of artificial coloring and mint extract make it into one of my favorite types of ice cream 😎 .
First off, is this as good as regular mint chocolate chip ice cream? No of course not and anyone who says it is is a loser. Sometimes it’s fun to play with different ingredients to see if we can replicate some of our more indulgent favorites. All you have to do to make it is throw the frozen bananas in a blender and turn it on to start churning. Add the milk slowly until you reach your desired consistency. Then add the whey protein powder, vanilla, coloring, and mint. You only need one or two drops so be gentle and adjust as needed. I use whole milk to make mine but you could use almond milk or skim milk to lower calorie content even further. I think the fat from the whole milk helps with the flavor though so I have to recommend using full fat milk. There is a little bit of a banana flavor that remains so it’s not perfect but still worth a try. .
The blender I use is a @vitamix which is in my eyes the best blender money can buy. I’m not sure how silky of a texture you will get from a cheaper blender, but the taste should be similar. If you have extra you can store it in the freezer but cover it with plastic wrap and make sure the wrap is pressed against the ice cream. It’s not as good stored so id recommend just eating it on the spot. It’s nice to have someone to share with because if you decrease the recipe at all there isn’t really enough stuff in the blender to get it going. .
Repost@Themealprepmanual #icecream#healthysnack#flexibledieting#dieting#healthysnacks#nutritiontips#nutrition#yoga#fitness#mobilitywod#flexibility#physicaltherapy#yogi#bodybuilding#weekendyoga#deadlift#squat#hypertrophy#legday#workout#yogaformen#physio#irishfitfam#myodetox#shouldermobility#mobility#ifitfitsyourmacros#yogafit#stretchdaily #iifym
The middle splits are one of the best exercises to unlock your leg potential, to obtain such a skill time and patience is required, your body adapts to stimulus, give it to much to soon it will feel like putting your hand in a hot fire but give it enough time and consistency there will no longer be a disconnect, understanding the channels and the systems that govern the way we evolve in our skill sets will undoubtedly give us the upper hand in development.
What you see in this video took me 6 months to obtain, under a system that I developed with @empower_move_ment never having middle splits and starting of with tight adductors it was difficult to say the least, but sticking to the protocols we both achieved the desired goal.
Put in the required time to get what you want and know that it’s achievable.
⬇️ TAG A FRIEND WITH BACK PAIN⬇️ -
Do you have Mid-Back or upper back tightness? 💥 Tag someone who has a rounded posture and/or complains about their mid/upper back. Due to our “sitting society,” many people have excessively kyphotic (rounded) upper backs that can result in a lack of rotation, limited breathing, and an increase in pain. Limited thoracic rotation through the upper spine can result in pain and injury in your ankles, knees, hips, lower back, shoulder, and neck. Why?
If you do any activity, sport, or hobby that requires some degree of rotation of your body, your mid-back must be able to rotate, BUT since so many people have rounded mid-backs and limited rotation, other areas of the body have to make up for what the mid-back is lacking. If you do have limited mid-back rotation when you rotate, maybe your foot, ankle, and knee have to collapse inward to provide the necessary rotation for your sport, hence why you may have pain in those areas. If you are in a throwing sport like baseball, maybe your shoulder has to roll forward and internally rotate more as you throw to make up for the limited rotated in the mid-back, thus resulting in shoulder impingement. In other instances, maybe you must extend your lower back more than normal to try and make up for the lack of rotation in your mid-back, causing SIJ and facet joint pain.
The entire body is linked. As you improve your mid-back flexibility and mobility, you may actually reduce pain in other areas of the body. So, even if your mid-back itself does not hurt, it does not mean that its lack of movement isn’t the underlying cause of your knee, hip, or lower back pain.
For those of you that have localized pain in the mid-back, you may have some ribs shifted out. Doing this rotation will be painful, but necessary and can actually “pop” them back in.
- @moveu_official #prehab#rehab#backpain#lowbackpain#backday#yoga#fitness#mobilitywod#flexibility#physicaltherapy#yogi#bodybuilding#weekendyoga#deadlift#squat#hypertrophy#legday#workout#yogaformen#physio#irishfitfam#idoportal#idoportalmethod#myodetox#shouldermobility#mobility#hipmobility#yogafit#stretchdaily #iifym