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Well hello Monday! Anyone feeling a bit like Chunky bear today? 🐶
Have you set long and short term goals? Do you have a plan in place? Do you have someone or something holding you accountable?
If not, and you’re feeling a bit like Chunky every Monday morning, perhaps it’s time to make some changes. It’s up to you to do so! Nobody is going to hold your hand or spoon feed you. There’s no perfect time- make the decision NOW! 🙌✨
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Be fearless in your pursuit of happiness 😆
Monday’s always get the best of us but feeling negative or unhappy about going into work isn’t going to stop us going to work. We have to go so instead turn that negative into a positive
Let’s make the best of it for our own mental happiness and to make our life more enjoyable
#mondaymotivation #fearless #positivity
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🌏🌸 5 weeks till I leave for America 🇺🇸 Wowee, I am getting excited! I am going to extend after Nashville and head to Austin, New Jersey, NYC and I will also go to the Grand Canyon (something that has been on my bucket list for a veryyyy long time) 🙊
Building Confidence. ... Positive thinking, practice, training, knowledge and talking to other people are all ways to help improve or boost your confidence levels. Confidence comes from feelings of well-being, acceptance of your body and mind (self-esteem) and belief in your own ability, skills and experience. ✌🏻💕
Instagram is funny in the way that it can trick you into believing what your life should look like and/or be.
But really it’s basically just a bunch of pictures that have been edited to shit and posted in hopes of likes and acceptance.
If you have made it this far reading, I’m going to get real about my life for a bit.
I have struggled with depression and anxiety since middle school. As I have gone though life it got worse for me (medication after medication, trying to find something that worked) and as many of you know who do struggle with mental illness it’s a constant battle you have with your mind daily.
I wanted to share this because I feel more people should be real about life here on the gram (cause it’s not all 🌈’s and 🦄’s)
I got into fitness because it helps me mentally, and helps me feel somewhat grounded. life will never stop happening, difficulties will always arise, along with major heartache.
But there are things that can be a constant in your life that help you stay on track.
Being a mom to this precious soul is one of those things for me, and I want to be the best mom that I can be for sweet Briggs.
Carry On ✌🏼❤️
Thank you for reading if you did.
Just feeling some feels lately. 📸 @kenzie_lynn13
The asset to any strong push / pull game is shoulder stabilisation. Which too often, is a liability - making rotator cuff / shoulder injuries a one way ticket to constant nagging pains when training the upper body. Strengthening lock out positions is one glaring down fall of any bro split which typically avoids lock outs.
Looking at stability, the incredible thing about our bodies is that if it doesn't have the necessary stability to perform a movement in one section, it will find it somewhere else. Take the gorilla overhead pressing for example, who has to arch the spine significantly, the spine is picking up the load that the shoulder can't handle. Most rotator cuff injuries come down to a humerus that's too mobile in the glenoid fossa or a scapula that doesn't have the stability to rotate during lifts, and instead winds up either swinging or getting stuck, requiring the rotator cuff to do more and get exposed to more forces than it needs to. From a traditional kinesiological approach, if the shoulder is unstable, the rotator cuff is responsible for providing a lot of stability; therefore the answer is to strengthen the rotator cuff with specific exercises to target it. The downside is these exercises focus on creating movement in the shoulder joint rather than stability. So when it comes to shoulder stabilisation, external rotation variations of the rotator cuff isn’t enough. Your programming wants to include some form of lock out training which can be regressive / progressive.
Here, is a Barbell windmill which is one of my favourite shoulder stabilisation exercises. My shoulders feel delish after a 3-5 sets each side. This is certainly not a starting point. Regressions to this would be using a kettlebell or Dumbell. The barbell adds greater instability and need for control through the hand / wrist and shoulder due to its the force that’s spread over a wide distance. It’s also coupled with opening up the obliques, adductors and hamstrings. Maintain your lock outs. Destroy the myth. Make Vegainz
I am more than ready to start living a healthy all around life. I’m ready to make healthy decisions when it comes to my body, my mind and my heart 💞
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