I want to talk about #fear . 🙆♂️ There is something I think everybody should know about fear. 🙏🏻 Several hundreds and thousands of years ago fear was a sign of potential DEATH. Everything you didn't know or haven't seen before was a #potential source of cutting you out of life. 😵 This #connection between something unknown and #death is still manifested within ourselves. This is why we feel uncomfortable. 🙆♂️ But nowadays everything is different. Most of the #unknown things won't kill you. #Surprise , surprise. 🌈😂 When you feel #uncomfortable in doing something and it won't kill you, GO FOR IT!! NO MATTER WHAT! 🔥🔥🔥👊👊👊 there your #growth is happening, there #life is happening ❤️❤️
Quads are poppin and today was upper body Lol! 😍🍑✨💪🏼 Legs and booty are my thing! Tomorrow I’m going to destroy them. Every lift counts these last few days so at this point I’m hitting every set to failure and loving every minute of it. My biggest fear was losing muscle from so many shows back to back with not enough time in between... it feels amazing to know how much my off-season work paid off this year because that’s why those are still showing up for me ☺️💕✨ Love what you do! #focused#wbffpro#wbffworlds#personaltrainer#coach#inspire#strengthtraining#weightlifting
Feeling energised, determined and motivated. Time to really crank things up and see how far my body can go. I'v learnt alot in the past 5 months about my body that I was holding back on. More to come, let's just get the first goal completed ✔️
REVERSE GRIP TRICEP PRESSDOWN
Similar to its overhand counterpart, the underhand version will target the triceps with extreme accuracy. The reverse-grip pressdown is an isolation, single-joint move, which isolates the triceps without the assistance of other muscle groups or joints. You may have tried the rope pressdown in addition to the overhand version, but have neglected this underhand variation. However, since it helps target one of the heads specifically, it’s important that you incorporate it into your routine, if not every workout, for balanced development. Keep your knees slightly bent, with your chest up and your abs pulled in tight, putting yourself in the strongest position possible.