Low-fat peanut butter protein dough: 24g @rawfusionprotein vanilla protein powder, 24g powdered peanut butter, 80g egg whites. Good alone or makes a good topping for fruit or a dip for cookies 🍌🍪😇 Macros: 4f/20c/38p #vegetarian#plantbased
1 2222 minutes ago
It’s been 3 years with @seeyoulaterleaner 💚 I just couldn’t be more appreciative for you being there for me. Having PCOS is particularly tough during competition prep and he always made me feel as though this was not impossible to achieve. When I would hit a plateau we would just try out new strategies and he was sooo patient with me.🙏🏽I am also glad for all of the relationships I have formed w all of my teammates in these last couple of years💚 here’s to many more years of health together!!!😅💪🏽💪🏽💪🏽 #appreciation#bestofthebest#coach#offseason#bikinicompetitor
10 D-ball over shoulder 😓😵
1 936 minutes ago
@typarsons_1 showing great attention to detail throughout yesterday’s skate.
1) Keeping his feet closer underneath him — this will help generate more power on his pushes and enable him to follow more passes on his feet, as well as reach less while sliding.
2) Holding edges as long as possible — with his feet closer underneath him, Ty is now able to be on his feet more often and hold his edges longer. This lends itself to greater patience on tight plays and allows him to be more positionally sound when the puck angle changes.
3) Maintaining elbows on a level plane (thanks to Peter Aubry and @collindelia for this one). The positioning of the elbows can drastically affect balance and glove positioning. If we’re not conscious of keeping our core engaged with our body moving as a unit, the hands can float apart, which opens up holes and throws off our balance. With the elbows on a level plane — parallel to one another and surrounding the hip/knee area, as if we were skating while holding something or lightly hugging a yoga ball between our arms — the goalie remains balanced and over top of the puck with core engaged and hands forward.
Mais um marco para as mulheres na história da NFL!
O Oakland Raiders tem um novo membro na equipe técnica: a primeira - e até então única - assistente de força e condicionamento da liga, Kelsey Martinez.
Martinez vem trabalhando por alguns anos com o atual coordenador de força e condicionamento dos Raiders, Tom Shaw, e com alguns atletas da equipe, o que tornou sua contratação mais fácil.
O QB Derek Carr elogiou o trabalho da nova integrante da equipe técnica. "Inicialmente, apenas acreditávamos que ela devia ser boa pra ser contratada pelo técnico Gruden. Ela tem sido ótima. Sem reclamações de ninguém. Ela é muito inteligente. Sabe o que está fazendo. Acho que por isso que é tão respeitada."
Para Kelsey, ela está fazendo apenas seu trabalho, mas esta é mais uma conquista muito importante para mulheres e garotas que trabalham ou desejam trabalhar com esportes.
Parabéns, Martinez! Que você tenha muito sucesso e abra as portas para muitas outras!
Por Mirella S. Kamimura
Chest day today. Felt pretty good so I decided to go heavy just to gauge myself. The last time I went above 365 was last December where I maxed out at 405. Just because I felt good today didn’t mean I was gonna push myself too much. Hit 395 today for a clean 1 rep max. I don’t do that quarter rep nonsense. I actually let the bar touch my chest and then power up. That’s how you do a barbell bench press 🤷🏽♂️
Power provided by the best supplements on the market @morphogenben no bullshit products. Alphagen helped me kill this chest workout today 🤯😏💪🏽
2 3946 minutes ago
Strength and weight creeping up slowly! Sitting at 89kg at the moment ⚫️ #bulking#offseason
It's the Weekend 🙌🏼
Get out there & get it done 👌
& if you want to up your workouts - check out Paisleyspitching.com #asap 👍💜
2 118an hour ago
Push Day Progress
Smith Machine OHP - top set 55kg(+bar) for 8 decent reps. Also, hitted 8 reps with 50kg previous which I was impressed with.
The movement feels very good now despite my right shoulder being a bit injured. I feel like Smith machines offer me more stability and safety and allows me to better focus on the movement itself.
Progressive overload is doing wonders for me at the moment and I'd suggest anyone to try keeping track of your workouts.
Stop 'shocking' the body but changing your workouts evey single session. Your body needs to adapt and get used to the movements in order to be able to build tissue.
I'm very curious to see where I can push this bulk as I've just decided I'll give it a go again, despite being discouraged of my last off season progress.
I'm very competitive and there's no way in between with this sport. I'm either all in or not in at all.
Are you cutting or bulking right now? Let me know!👇