Having a hard time getting off the floor? This is what you need to do.
If it is still to difficult, use a table or couch or sturdy chair to pull yourself up 🙂
My goal is to help more people move, because it feels good 😁
All smiles after this mornings I go, you go partner conditioning session. Awesome way to end another great week at SAMLab.
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The staff here at Perfect Stride are currently reading the book “Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers” by Robert M. Sapolsky. 🦓This book combines research, humor and advice regarding stress and the detrimental effects too much stress can have on the body. (Including Ulcers!)
🦓Managing stress is a huge part of physical therapy, especially in terms of managing stressors and input to the body to allow for proper recovery.
🦓We look to continue to learn through reading this book and continue to provide the best services possible for our clients!
🦓 If you’ve read the book or have any insights let us know! Happy Reading!! 📚
One little monkey jumping on the bed... 🐒 .
One way I've gotten Skye to trust his left leg more is by jumping on the bed. 😋
I know it's not the best technique and you usually hear parents telling kids not to, I however felt like doing the opposite.
Early on when we were getting worried about his mobility he wouldn't jump at all. We started jumping on the couch, holding the back and obviously supervising him. Then we needed something bouncier!
What have you done that's outside the box for your kiddo?
Love you all you monkies out there! 😉
Leanne Rose 🌹
Launching January 8, 2019 at Tearney’s Martial Arts - the Parkinson’s Regeneration Training ® fitness program with Karl Sterling!
People with Parkinson’s - every Tuesday & Thursday from 1-2pm, we’ll be running this LIFE CHANGING PROGRAM!
Direct email Karl for more info at: [email protected]
This program will help the person with PD to improve:
* Foundational Movement Patterns
* Mobility and Movement
* Overall Functionality
* Advanced Techniques to WAKE-UP the Central Nervous System and Brain
* Advanced Cognitive Training / Dual Tasking / Problem Solving Training Techniques to Improve Movement, Mobility, Overall Functionality, and Reduce Falls
Karl and his team teach this program globally. It’s like no other training out there!
See testimonials and get more information at:
Link in bio
We hope to see you there. YOU WON’T REGRET ATTENDING!
Lokasi: Hangzhou, China
Jalur sepeda motor, sepeda, dan pejalan kaki yang paralel di jalan utama kota.
Ruang jalan ⭐⭐⭐️
Area hijau ⭐️⭐️
Fasilitas pelengkap ⭐️
Universal design ⭐️⭐️
Pejalan kaki ⭐️⭐️･
Kota Hangzhou terkenal sebagai salah satu kota paling hijau dan asri di China. Ini sebagai salah satu upaya untuk mengatasi polusi udara. Apalagi ditambah dengan jalur pejalan kaki yang juga terintegrasi dengan jalur sepeda dan jalur motor. Moda transportasi yang rendah emisi karbon dapat semakin diminati warga.
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🏋🏻♂️안녕하세요! 철드는 운동의 황영철입니다!
💪🏿최근 스트렝스에 대한 관심도가 높아지며 3대 운동을 더불어 오버 헤드 프레스에 관심이 많아지고 있는 추세인데요, 그 중 오버헤드 프레스에 대해 한번 이야기해보겠습니다!
🗣오버헤드 프레스는 사실 3대 운동에 비해 인기가 떨어지지만 사실 그 중요성은 엄청납니다! 이유는 바로 3대 운동 중 벤치프레스에 비해 더 많은 역학 사슬을 사용하며 외회전 근육들이 더 크게 안정근으로 작용하기 때문입니다.
🙆🏿♂️또한 첫 반복횟수시에 신장반사와 저장된 점탄성 에너지가 없이 단축성 수축으로 시작하여 온전히 근력으로만 들어올려야 하기에 스트렝스와 관련해서 상당히 중요한 운동입니다!!
🔹중요한 점은 마지막 락아웃시에 타이트한 등 하부를 유지해야 하며 동시에 바벨, 견갑골, 미드풋이 수직선상에 위치해 있어야 합니다!
🏋🏻♂️항상 안전하고 정확하게 운동하세요!!
▪️천안시 서북구 불당동 1538 더다움프라자 702호 파워짐 플래티넘
DEADBUG ALTERNATES TUTORIAL
The classic saggital plane Dead bug is an exercise that has been used for years in both physical therapy and and classes.
It can be a fantastic tool to gain s aggital plane control of the pelvis and ribs as well as gain a better looking midsection.
But it can also jack up the hip flexors and lead to a tight lower back if done poorly.
Here's a quick video on form in this exercise and some key breakdowns I use to isolate the upper versus lower portion of the core for better control.
Saturday morning bright n early with @candace.page 7:30 and 8:30 am combo classes!! Wake up and get moving. It really makes the whole weekend better. Promise!
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Sometimes it’s not all about coaching the lifting and training on the gym floor. Been spending some time assessing, rehabbing, mobilising and even a bit of soft tissue work with my clients lately. Also a session well spent to educate the client on how to do this stuff on their own because at the end of the day you can’t train If your injured and if you put in some prep work when it’s needed it’s time well spent 👌
Also wise to educate them on what sort of mobility is required for the orthopaedic profiles of the lift they want to perform so they understand when it’s time for a session like this or to do some mob’s on their own 🤟
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Just taking it in flow with my boy.
Processing life for me usually includes moving my body. #homeworkouts
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As a reminder there is no Beginners BJJ Class Tomorrow.
Come by for Open Mat 11-1PM 🥋
Brother and sister go head to head 💪💪
1 min routine x 5 rounds . Rest 1 min after each round.
Goal is to row 150m as quickly as possible within in the min and for the remaining time perform as many air squats as possible. -
Big sis showed little bro who was boss 👊
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Don’t forget that the foundation to fitness is flexibility/ mobility. The more flexibility and mobility you possess the higher your chances of getting stronger, faster and less likely you are to getting injured. No matter what day it is...you can’t skip mobility/flexibility day; which should happen on a regular basis. We use our bodies everyday. We tense up. We workout. We need to help our body out; thus, flexibility is a great 👍🏻 start to reducing muscle tension and assisting your body for better recovery.
Feeling tight in your hips?????
Try this strech for your hip internal rotators:
1. Sit infront of a box like so👆
2. Fix your feet at the edge of the box, so that no movement is coming form this joint.
3. Now just drop both the knees inwards.
By fixing your ankles you are making sure that all the movement is coming from those hips & no other joint is adding to it.
There you have it one of the easiest ways to open those hips.
Have a happy, hippy weekend.
‘Practise what you preach’ is exactly what I am doing between clients. It’s so hard to take time for self care when you’re busy being a parent, and working. I’m always telling clients to ‘stretch, stretch! Make it your everyday routine’ so, here I am working on my flexibility and mobility ☺️
I had the privilege and honor of having @serrano.fitness in-house today as he spent this afternoon in our clinic while I helped out with 2 of his clients today.
It takes a dedicated trainer to travel aways (from Long Beach, in this case) to observe, learn, and ultimately provide a better service for his clients.
If you’re near Long Beach and looking for a trainer, hit him up!
💥🎥💥Flashback to almost 3 years ago & still one of my favorite core & flexibility exercises! 👯♀️💕
📝Grab a 3 lb. dumbbell & execute 16 Parallel Attitude Sweeps (♾ Sweeping weight under legs in a fig. 8 motion) + 8 Pulses R & L. 🔄Repeat sequence 2-3x
⭐️To modify: eliminate light weight, lift head/neck/shoulders as you gently place hands above the nape of neck for extra support.
💪Happy #FlexFriday Friends! 🧡
🦂Try this for Active Recovery!🦂
Try adding a set of these continuous scorpions in between your sets, as your movement prep, or as part of your decompression!
This movement is a great hip opener, feels great on the spine & the shoulders 🙌
▪️X10 alternating scorpions
▪️3 Rounds (rest when needed)
✔️Burn more calories
✔️Elevate heart rate
✔️Build core strength
✔️Improve balance and imbalances
By using exercises that target each arm and leg separately — called “unilateral training” — you can unlock tremendous improvements for your fitness and body.
First, by using one side at a time, you instantly make each exercise harder because you’re using a smaller base of support. This also increases the activation of your core and your stabilizing muscles to enhance your body’s overall strength, power and balance.
Second, it helps eliminate any asymmetries where one side or one limb is stronger than the opposite one. This helps prevent injuries and improves your movement patterns.
Third, it burns more calories because you have to do every exercise twice — once on the left side and once on the right.
You can single out a specific body part and make it feel like a susperset or pair it up in a circuit like this one:
#1 Cable Row
#2 Bulgarian split squat
#3 Single arm DB Bench
Some others to choose from:
Single arm farmers walk overhead
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PRODUCT LAUNCH: THE WARM UP BLUEPRINT FOT LIFTING.
So it’s finally here! This has been a long time coming but well worth the wait.
Over the past couple of years I’ve been refining my warm-up system. 4 phases that build upon one another to prepare your body for exercise in a time-efficient manner.
It takes 10 minutes. It’s specific to your workout. It will:
🔹Reduce muscle tension.
🔹Prepare your joints so they are ready to accept load.
🔹Get your muscles firing on all cylinders.
All in all, it will ensure that you crush your workouts every time you step foot in the gym 💪💪💪
PRODUCT LAUNCH SALE - 33% OFF.
I want you to use this system because I know it’s going to upgrade your workouts to whole new level.
That’s why I’m offering it to you right now at a 33% discount (Link in bio).
That means you’re getting it for under £20 😱 ITS A STEAL!
WHAT YOU GET:
🔹 Close to 60 instructional videos, just like the one featured here.
🔹Gain knowledge about how to properly warm up for lifting weights. A thorough explanation of my system. What, why and how to perform each phase and how you can ‘plug and play’ using the blueprint. You will NEVER have to think about how to warm up again.
🔹BONUS: 5 fully customized warm-up playlist for different training days. So you can follow along in real time at the gym.
🔹Lifetime access to the course.
LINK IN BIO.
Enjoy and please let me know if you have any questions below 🙏
#jackhanrahanfitness 'Smarter training. Superior results'
Animal Flow is brilliant as a stand-alone practice but it also integrates incredibly well with tools (think: kettlebells, VipR, suspension trainers, etc) or other bodyweight movements.
This short and sharp flow from @francheskafit highlights just one of the multiple ways you can approach your flow practice.
Try out one of our favorite bodyweight flows! 🔥🔥
-40 on // 20 off
-Quality reps only
📆Every Wednesday at 6:30p I’ll be teaching a beginner ANIMAL FLOW + movement class at @austininspiredmovement ! Link in “Classes” highlight.
📆I’ll be in DENVER on January 19th for a 5 hour kettlebell and bodyweight workshop with @primal.swoledier at @lionsdensmp ! Link in bio!
Walking into the weekend with the duck walk. Something that I’ve added to my body weight workouts is the duck walk.
The duck walk
Is a strength training exercise that targets the muscles of the buttocks and thighs. Though they are not common, they are quite effective just like lunges and squats. With a focus on thighs and glutes, this exercise firms them up by increasing the muscle mass. It is also a great accessory workout aiding in mobility and joint movements, and helping to achieve better results for your primary heavy lifting exercises such as the back squat.
Happy Friday fitfam
Not recommended for a beginner