Just a friendly reminder: YOU NEED TO EAT FOOD TO BUILD MUSCLE AND MAKE GAINS
You can’t expect to grow your muscles without taking in enough calories. This is especially true if you are trying to make some glute gains 🍑. For me, I eat 2500-3000 calories a day. This number varies person to person, so find what works for you. Full glute-focused leg day via @mwa_performance below⬇️👏🏻
•Hip thrusts x 15 reps
•Split squats x 10 reps each leg
X 5 sets
•Curtesy lunge to step up x 10 reps each leg
•Lunges x 15 reps each leg
X 4 sets
•Sumo straight leg deadlift x 8 reps
•Single leg RDL x 12 reps each leg
X 5 sets
•Kneeling squats x 20 reps
•Good mornings x 10 reps
X 4 sets
Don’t know if it was the rain, the cold, or both, but I just did not want to go to the gym today.
Got in, got through my warmup, and ended up being really glad I made it happen.
Often all it takes is to show up and get started.
7 x 115 lbs.
Battle ropes are a great outdoor workout for the fall!! Check out our client and elite massage therapist @the_flashgorton fighting through some fatigue but not giving up and finishing strong!! She also just finished a tough mudder in great time last week!💪🔥
This Saturday you can get a great workout with battle ropes and more in Brookline!
Saturday, 7:30am in Corey Hill Park, check our Facebook page for the event to RSVP or drop a comment here! To sign up for the holiday home-fitness challenge we’ll be kicking off, go to the link in our bio!
It's going to be a great day for a fun and free workout! We'll be kicking off our Holiday Home Fitness Challenge with this workout, all levels are welcome!
Our Holiday Home Fitness Challenge is a Six Week Interactive Digital Training Program through our mobile coaching software that runs from November 19th through December 30th! Stay consistent to win a free month of personal training, massage, and nutrition coaching through January! This is the hardest time of the year to stay consistent, so we're rewarding those who are most consistent with prizes!
It consists of 3 workouts a week that can be done at home with no extra equipment needed, with video tutorials for every aspect of the program and group accountability!
Two of my favorites from today’s workout 💪 I love me some bosu! #work#fitvybz :
🔸Bosu squat w/ OH tricep extension :
🔸Bosu squat to kick :
🔸Wearing- @nakedmuscleactivewear pants (they are best ladies check them out!)
[Toe Position Matters]
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Post by: @apfau
First, let me say that if you want to build solid legs, the majority of your leg training should consist of compound exercises such as squats, leg presses, and lunges. However, I like to add leg extensions at the end of my leg hypertrophy days just to finish them off. If you have bad knees and think they will hurt you, then don’t do them. It won’t make a very big difference in your leg development as long as you’re doing the compounds mentioned above. If you want to include them, you can point your toes in different directions to hit different areas of your quads.
If you point your toes in, you will hit the outer quad which is the area that gives you the outer sweep. If you point your toes out, you’ll hit the inner quad which is the “teardrop.” If you point your toes straight ahead, you’ll hit a little of everything but mostly in the middle. I usually try to point slightly in to hit more of my outer quad since my tear drops are very well developed already.