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Today was AMAZING! So much delicious #vegan food. And yes, that is the incredible burger and yes, it did live up to its name. It was great to let loose and not worry about calories, fat, or sugar. Today was all about eating delicious food and hanging out with amazing friends. .
I have been slacking on posting lately because I’ve been so dang busy with work & studying! 😩
So here’s a quick workout you can do before work, in between study sessions, while you’re waiting for things to cook, etc! 💪🏻📚🍳 10 Kettlebell swings
x3 & Repeat as many times as you wish! It’s a great way to get in a workout in small increments! 💪🏻☺️
Top Shot: Ride through the Light | Photograph by Zsolt Berend (@zsoltberend)
Your Shot photographer Zsolt Berend captured this image of a bicyclist riding through Richmond Park during the early morning hours. Richmond Park is located in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, was created by Charles I in the 17th century as a deer park.
Top Shot features the photo with the most votes from the previous day’s Daily Dozen, 12 photos chosen by the Your Shot editors from thousands of recent uploads. Our community votes for their favorite photo from the selection, and the Top Shot is showcased on the @natgeoyourshot Instagram account. #YourShotPhotographer
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🚨UPDATE: METABOLIC RESET🚨
Huge S/O to my team🙏🏽
As of this morning, we have officially completed ✔️the ‘customization’ process of the 30 day METABOLIC RESET♨️
After securing a roster spot🙋🏽🙋🏼♂️🙋🏾♂️🤷🏼♀️ each person was given a questionnaire📝 and with that information, we formulated a unique protocol, specific to each person’s gender, weight, body type, experience level, and preferences💯 👉🏽(IG story for more details)
Now begins the ‘integration’ process where our 📲 tech team will be installing each individuals plan into our platform over the next 7 days.
The excitement & pride I have right now is what is fueling the ⏰12, 14, or 17 hour days required to make this 30 day journey incredibly unique to anything ever done (at this scale) EVER before. 👉🏽(IG story for more details)
♥️Mama said, “go BIG or go HOME!” and I have zero plans or doing it any other way!
I am doing my best to answer every DM I receive, but my top priority is completing and launching as soon as the entirety of this program/platform is perfected and incredibly easy to follow the step by step process during the 30 days of your specific plan on the ♨️METABOLIC RESET.
Please know, your DM questions are important to me. I promise I’ll answer everyone as soon as I can🙏🏽
If your DM was a question about the next METABOLIC RESET enrollment:
We created a waiting list 📃 that will notify you via email 📩before it’s made available to anyone else. ♨️ -> LINK IN BIO✊🏾
In the meantime, IG story and Snapchat will have the live updates as they are occurring.
To everyone already registered:
Check your inbox this evening for the 1st of 7 indoctrination emails providing information/insight/education into the science behind the construction of the 30 day ♨️METABOLIC RESET
Episode 550: Wall Slide [Perform it Right!]
When performing any exercise, make sure that it is in line with your intent! People often compensate when performing wall slides with excessive scapular elevation. If strengthening the scapular elevators – upper trapezius and levator scapula – is the goal such as in patients with TOS (Thoracic Outlet Syndrome), then performing the wall slide with scapular elevation is not a problem. That being said, the wall slide shown here is designed to target the serratus anterior by maximizing scapular upward rotation, NOT elevation! Why is this important?
Excessive activation of the deltoid and upper trapezius muscles could be counterproductive for scapulohumeral rhythm during shoulder elevation (Ellenbecker et al 2016). Increased upper trapezius and anterior deltoid muscle activity can cause reduced strength and coordination in the force couple between the lower trapezius and serratus anterior. Excessive upper trapezius and anterior deltoid muscle activity have also been linked to sub-acromial impingement.
In order to achieve full overhead motion, you need to ensure that you have adequate mobility at the glenohumeral joint, scapulothoracic joint, and thoracic spine. For many of those who lack shoulder mobility, it often isn't the actual glenohumeral joint that is limited. Rather, it’s lack of full scapular upward rotation or full thoracic spine extension that is to blame.
In this video the black blob represents the scapula:
1️⃣Place pressure into the wall to ensure you are engaging your scapula, which will make it easier to avoid excessive elevation of your shoulder girdle.
2️⃣There is roughly a 2:1 ration of glenohumeral joint to scapulothoracic joint motion. With 180 degrees of total shoulder flexion, will ideally have about 60 degrees of scapular upward rotation.
3️⃣You have the option of externally rotating your shoulder as you elevate, this will help inhibit the pecs which often take over during shoulder elevation.
4️⃣A progression of this exercise is shown with a resistance band + a Wall life (which emphasizes the lower trapezius)
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Went into the gym with Burpee Dumbbell Snatches In and the rest just unfolded from there. Some days my workouts are all freestyle. No plan just what we comes to mind🤘🏻I did 4 sets of each movement
75 Lb Burpee DB Snatch
SuperMan Lateral Burpees
135 Lb Burpee Squat Clean Thrusters
Burpee Ninja Jackknifes ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖
🎵Iron Maiden- Phantom of the Opera
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Warm up for da 🍑
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