Pumped up for my new CBD company! 💪🏼
Check out this awesome chest super set that got me feeling on 🔥! ☑️Flat dumbbell bench 4 x 10-12 ☑️incline dumbbell close grip 10-15
Feel free to throw this in your next #chestday and don’t forget about your 2019 resolutions of getting in shape!
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Join Sora Aerial Arts for our upcoming Student Aerial Theatre Production: Anastasia!
Show times are March 7th through the 10th, Thursday-Sunday evening at 7-9pm & Saturday-Sunday afternoon at 2-4pm!
This performance is right around the corner, so purchase tickets before it’s too late!
Sora Aerial Arts produces one student-centered aerial theatre production per year to tell our community a story through the unique artistic medium of circus arts. This year's story is "Anastasia", a tale based on the historical events of the Romanov family tragedy during the Russian Revolution. In our story, there is a lone survivor of the tragedy, the Grand Duchess Anastasia. Our story intertwines true history from the Russian Revolution with Anastasia's fictional journey to find herself, her past, and her one remaining family members, the Dowager Empress Marie. In this production, you will see a wide variety of circus arts utilized to tell this story including trapeze, aerial silks, aerial hoop, contortion, juggling, hand-balancing, acrobatics, dance and more! Our story of Anastasia is tragic, heart-warming and light-hearted all at the same time. Audiences of all ages are sure to enjoy the show! Written & Created by Jessica Jay Johnson in collaboration with the instructors of Sora Aerial Arts
This performance is right around the corner, so purchase tickets before it’s too late! Purchase our tickets now by visiting the Facebook event located on Sora’s Facebook page! Purchases will be through
Channeling my inner @gigieats last night with my salmon for dinner!! I’m not really a huge fish fan and don’t it eat too often but when I do eat fish, I could eat salmon for days!! Salmon is full of many omega-3 fatty acids and it’s also a protein source! It all cooks super fast! 15 minutes in the oven and then it’s done 🙌🏻 Happy Tuesday ☺️
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Piggy backing on the previous post, here is the full kettlebell jerk. ▪️ Execution points
1. Dip with a straight back, abs engaged. Drive the kettlebells up using legs and hips. Not your arms. Make sure you feel the bells “float” up. Do not press them out. ▪️ 2. Wedge” yourself under the kettlebells. Think of simultaneously pushing your feet through the floor and pushing the kettlebells away from you. Again you aren’t pressing the bells with your arms. You GET UNDER the kettlebells with a second dip. Arms are to be locked straight at the wedge. ▪️ 3. Once those kettlebells are stable, then stand. No need to rush. If they are wobbling around overhead, get them stable before you stand up. ▪️ 4. The last step is a final dip to bring the kettlebells back down to the rack. Pull them down and dip your legs to absorb them into your body. ▪️ 5. Other notes: keep your abs engaged the entire time. Do not hyperextend your back! ▪️ 6. Last note: talking and jerking isn’t easy. ▪️ Dip, drive, wedge, stand, dip-catch.
Conventional PR of 545 with some cheater plates today, peep the straps too.
But also, a hook grip PR of 515lbs, which of course, tore ANOTHER callus, cuz why not. Only two weeks after I tore my first one using hook grip.
So, I think ima go ahead and take that as a sign that my body does not want me to hook grip, shame, I was at the point where hook grip no longer hurt too. Probably gonna give it a shot in another 2 weeks tho, and if a third one tears, well.
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1 115 minutes ago
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Snippet from our Foundations of Club Training Certification with @coach_vikingvaughn. 💪🏼Learn the fundamentals of working with Indian and Steel Clubs, and implementing them into your clients program. This course is approved for continuing education with NASM 0.8 and ISSA 8. #kipsonline#personaltrainer
1 129 minutes ago
Tricep Tuesday.- is that a thing? Nah. Taco 🌮 Tuesday still dominates around here.
1 111 minutes ago
Tillbaka på gamla träningsschemat, otroligt vad bra det känns när man varierar lite! Spenderar resten av tisdagen med plugg om just styrketräning. 🤓🎓
[TRAINING WITH AN INJURY]
My man @embrklifestyle with this one to definitely save. The key to coming back from an injury should not be a passive approach. There are definitely moments where passive modalities can help to ease symptoms but if we don't incorporate the active components then we are missing the big picture.
The base in the pyramid is load and volume management. Is there a certain intensity or volume you can perform without flaring up the symptoms? That is always the low hanging fruit. Remember that If you can do this then you can also incorporate everything else above this level.
If you cannot find a load or volume that keeps your symptoms at bay try to manipulate the tempo or time under tension(TUT). Incorporating tempo work can help load tissues with lighter intensity. Using isometric contractions as well have shown to provide pain relief while increasing capacity.
Next, we can look at modifying the training as a whole. If the previous step did not work, we can temporarily change the biomechanics to change where the demands are placed and find a variation that can be trained without discomfort.
If the injury is acute and sensitive then we can train around that body part. If it's a knee injury then work on the hips, feet and core. You can do this with almost any body part and strengthening the surrounding muscles can help increase performance through irradiation.
Now if you really can't even train close to that body part then train energy systems. For example, if you're unable to bear weight on your legs then train your upper body. You can still incorporate assault bikes with just the arms, using battle ropes, etc. The work:rest ratios can be manipulated in order to train different energy systems(aerobic, anaerobic, etc). This can give you a bigger base to build from as we respect tissue healing time frames.
At last…there is rest. Rest is always an option but remember everything above where you can work on the pyramid can be incorporated as well. This is just a diagram and a framework. If you have an injury of some sort, I recommend you consult with a physical therapist and/or healthcare professional.