Well the camera angle was a little loopy. But these are both... PRs??? Idk anymore haha first video is 255lbs. The second video is 265lbs. My depth on a 265 wasn't consistent, but hey that's why I film it.
Coach Steve! @theoriginalgainzter .
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“It’s not about having time...it’s about MAKING TIME.”
⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Wearing @ohmmeapparel joggers
Well I MADE some time to get in some work with the mad strength scientist 👨🏽🔬@nvstrength ( co-founder of @stickmobility ) and we kept it simple and sweet today.
Landmines and Heavy KB carries — (106lb KB LETS GO!)
Felt great to get back in the gym to catch up with amazing friends, some mentoring, and and cross training. .
⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #ForeverAStudent of the game.
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International Chest Day 💪🏻 pre/post pump
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At your best, and in your darkest hour... be grateful 🌸
An awesome splits tutorial video! Such a good warmup and progression, make sure to read below for more details! Definitely tag a friend working on this or save it for later for your own practice! Thanks for sharing @hana_bladh#inflexibleyogis ・・・
Some tips speed 2.3 x
1. Hamstring push-up you going to wrap your hands around your feets .You going to sit down in this position feel the stretch in the groin 20-30 total
2.Lunge try to keep back leg straight and hold it.
3.Hamstring stretch extend front leg out.Knee straight hand on the ground and
you feel stretch hold it.Or if you have more flexibility you can get all the way down and hold it .
4. Fish hook try to get your feet to touch your thing.
5.Straddle stretch try to pressing leg closer to the ground .
6.Pull the fingers in the way legs into happy baby
You are new split so you might have more 2 pillows,maybe you need more then 2 you, put it under your leg .Extend that front leg and back legs out .You are going to sit here
If you could take one pillow out to bring you a little closer to the ground
It might take some time to build up to this but there you go🙇
*&*make sure you repeat on other side .Tag your friend and save if you think this tutorial is good for your splits
Today’s a particularly hard day for me. It’s been 10 years since my dad died in a plane crash.
So I want to talk about strength, and no it has nothing to do with muscles. Strength, in my opinion, comes from the experiences we’ve had and situations we’ve grown from. Since I was 7 I grew up with divorced parents who continued to get remarried and divorced. I was diagnosed with a serious health issue at 9. I was dealing with depression and self harm from 13-15 to where my parents sent me to a wilderness therapy program. My dad died at 15. I found myself pregnant at 16, a birth mom by 17. Living on my own doing high school, hair school and destroying my liver from 17-18. I didn’t find any self worth or respect for myself until I was 20 and I got into fitness. Fitness saved my life. It was an outlet for anger, self hate, depression, and a slew of other issues I didn’t know how to handle. I found my strength. I learned how to cope, I learned how to respect myself and how to get toxic people out of my life. It didn’t just happen. I worked every day at it and I still work every day at it. I never question my motivation to workout because it’s clear. That doesn’t mean I can’t take breaks here or there but fitness is my strength and I will never live without it. #strength
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1- one leg suspended on TRX sandbag cleans
2-TRX split squats with sandbag
3- one leg suspended to work on stabilization and side to side shoulder presses
4- advance TRX and sand bag pull thru // you can always make this one easier by putting your feet on the trx and knees on the floor
5-one leg TRX sandbag fist 👊 push ups // you can adjust this to your fitness level for example you can just put both feet in the TRX and do normal 🤚 push ups! •
Tag someone 👋🏼 and put them on to a fun TRX adventure! •