Para darle un poco de valor a la cuenta, voy a ir subiendo información, trucos y consejos sobre los movimientos de los cuales suba vídeo. Va a ser información muy básica porque creo que la mayor parte de mis seguidores no tienen un nivel base sobre el entrenamiento de fuerza.
Vamos a empezar con el peso muerto. En el vídeo salgo ejecutando un peso muerto con déficit.
Razones por las que ejecutar el peso muerto sobre un escalón:
1. Vamos a realizar más recorrido, lo cual implica más tiempo bajo tensión y más trabajo.
2. Vamos a mejorar el despegue de la barra del suelo en comparación con un peso muerto sin déficit (peso muerto con los pies en el suelo). 3. Mayor dificultad técnica, por lo que si lo ejecutamos correctamente va a beneficiar, a parte de toda la musculatura implicada (toda), nuestro patrón motor (habilidad para realizar el movimiento) y va a tener transferencia directa al peso muerto sin déficit. •
❗️No estoy diciendo que sea ni mejor ni peor que realizar un peso muerto normal, simplemente es una variante❗️
Si estáis a favor de que suba información sobre todos los movimientos que suba en mis vídeos, decid mi nombre 7 veces delante de un espejo o comentad, lo que prefiráis. Un saludo! •
‼️ no imitéis mi técnica, pues además de no ser perfecta, vuestra anatomía puede ser diferente y por lo tanto vuestro movimiento también‼️ #deadlift#deficit#pesomuerto#powerlifting#strength#training#powerbuilding#bodybuilding#culturismo#natural#lolno#squat#benchpress#yolo#sentadilla#fitness#enhance#performance#athlete#crossfit#lolnoagain#justkidding
Yesterday morning I talked about the importance of the cue “shoulders back and down” and what that actually means with my class. .
The cue “shoulders back and down” or “shoulders down towards the back pockets” should cue a movement of depression and retraction of the scapula. This movement not only helps activate your lats, it puts the shoulders in a less compromising position throughout a range of different movements. In terms of bench pressing, the cue “shoulders back and down” places the shoulder joints closer together, placing them on a denser the base of support (less compromising), paired with a safer angle of the head of the humorous at the glenohumeral joint. It also helps drive the kinetic chain effect that you have to have when it comes to pressing heavy weight. .
Yesterday when I did my top triple for bench for this training block, @fryz_above_it cued me to tighten up my shoulders (a cue that I understand), which is something I’ve been struggling with when it comes to my bench. You can see in this video how dramatically that cue improves my set up position, though still not perfect. .
As a coach, it’s important that my clients understand the cues that I give them. These cues may vary from person to person, given their understanding of their own mechanics or prior knowledge. Something I’ve come to learn very quickly as a coach is that you can’t apply a cookie cutter or generalised textbook approach when cueing your clients. Identify their weaknesses, explain why this is happening and what cues you’re going to give them to help strengthen these weaknesses, and show them what you want them to do when you give them said cues. As a coach, you should be giving your clients the tools, resources and knowledge to be self sufficient on their own with their training.
Did what I could yesterday for first time training since Oahu. Box squats @ 135 was ruffffff on the abs, bench @ 205 feet up was only way, bazillion sets of 5 for both & then some rehab work with reverse lunge/belt squats & of course NECK WORK. I will NEVER neglect the neck. Thank God I have consistently trained my neck. I’m not saying you have to but if you like to do other crazy stupid shit other than just lift a bar up & down then you should, it probably saved me from breaking my head off. #powerlifting#squat#boxsquat#lunge#beltsquat#bench#benchpress#necktraining#letsgetweird
SSB Squats for safety. 335 (65%ish kind of not sure) for 5 sets of 8. Followed by some other bullshit then some cardio to make sure I lost any muscle/strength gains that may have occurred #uspapower#181#165#fitmom
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You need to make the most of your workouts. Whether it's because it's your favorite part of the day and you want to bring the most intensity or you hate working out and just need to get the most of it anyways so it was worth your while, there are some unbelievably easy workout hacks that you can use to make sure you are able to give your all every single time! Of course, different things could work for different people but generally there are a few things that are not just scientifically proven, but are just commonly known to be helpful! The first is a good pre-workout which for me is fruit and coffee as this provides the fuel necessary for muscular contraction and physiological activity as well as the stimulation to get me energized and amped! The second is some good tunes! Now I don't care if you're into @champagnepapi and @postmalone or you like me and your rocker / metal head who is listening to @acdc @metallica @disturbed @linkinpark and @slipknot but whatever gets you excited and gives you those goosebumps, listen to it loud and proud with extra bass to get in the zone. The third thing is a good night sleep (7-9 hours) the night before so that you are well rested and recovered to physically be able to perform your best! Lastly, is to have the mindset of always improving and never giving up! Whether that be one extra rep, one extra set, one less second of rest or whatever you can do to improve, go into the mindset that you're going to do better than last time.