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Combinação com efeito cientificamente comprovado no aumento de peso com aveia, proteínas e gorduras benéficas para o teu organismo.
Paciente con POP en columna lumbar por hernia hace 4 años, que después de la cirugía curso con radiculopatia que genero atrofia de toda la musculatura de miembro inferior derecho, actualmente con fases de la marcha afectadas (especialmente fase de balanceo), realizamos reentranamiento de esta. #Kinetica#TeamKinetica#FisioterapiaDomiciliariaMedellin
#runstreak day 163. A nice slow and easy 4 miles. Today is down as a #restday but I suppose it depends how you interpret that. To me a rest day means shorter and much slower miles than usual and lots of stretching. I'll take the rest day runs right down to just 2 miles over the next 2 weeks. I'd rather keep moving than have total rest.
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#runstreak day 156. A nice slow and easy 4 miles to recover from yesterday.
I bought #RonHill infinity fuel twin skins for the #armaghmarathon and tried them out over the weekend. The gels felt extremely secure on the back but were very easy to release when needed which was good. The shorts were nice and light. If only the inner short was a compression short I would wear them every day. As it is they will happily be my long run shorts.
#runstreak day 155 and a bit faster again. 22 miles, the last big run before the #Armagh#marathon and I managed an average pace of 6:58 a mile. Fell off badly in the last 3 miles though not as badly as I usually do.
#runstreak day 154. Another nice gentle 4 Mile stretch. I got a new pair of @ronhilluk infinity fuel shorts to try out for the armagh marathon. They felt comfortable enough today but I'll give them a good test drive tomorrow on the long run. I really only bought them for the gel loops on the back 🤣
Our 'Propagation' animations are currently on display with @kineticamuseum at @thevaultsuk's 'Sounds and Sorcery' production. -----------------------------------------------
Made in collaboration with Daymotif, the twelve video artworks are muted visual narratives of the sounds found in the Disney film, Fantasia. Generated with frequency variations of the classical tracks from the score, the animations are also inspired by the film's psychedelic sound waves and palettes of colours.
Try to put yourself in the clients shoes every day. In the early days of the working relationship think carefully about the language you are using, throw out any useless analogies that not only don’t help, but add to the ever mounting feeling of confusion. The timing of your feedback can also be critical in aiding long term skill retention, so start to think about how you are delivering your feedback, as well as how often. Are you spoon feeding too much? What happens then when you are not around…
Often coaches get bogged down in keeping up to date with evidence based approaches when it comes to programme design. Very rarely do we take a step back and think about the cues we are using and conversations we have with our clients! Are we using open ended questions to promote engagement? Are we even asking questions at all? 🔳
“How did that set feel compared to the previous set with a wider foot position?”…”Which set did you prefer the most..and why?”…”How did it feel when we slowed that set down compared to the first when we launched the bar up and down?”
GET THE CLIENT ENGAGED! Create an atmosphere where its okay to ask questions & make mistakes! But learn from them! Answer the questions in simple, easy to understand english with as few words as possible and then ask “would you like to hear more about that or get on with the next set?” Put them in control every step of the way!
Every client will be unique and will prefer different styles of learning to the next person..It is your job to figure out which style suits them best… Do not be afraid to ask for feedback on your feedback!
The end of a session is a great time to summarise your feedback. Remind the client of what they are doing well, what is improving that we want to keep improving and what we may want to stop
If you find yourself saying the same things session after session to a client and getting frustrated with them, take a step back and think about the language you are using and if it could be changed for the better.
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#runstreak day 149. A nice steady #10k recovery run. The photo is on purpose. Yesterday whilst flicking through flipboard I found one of those "what you are doing wrong" articles and read it for a laugh. It proclaimed that eggs were good but if you ate bacon with them you would have trouble getting rid of fat. When I done my #bodytransformation I had #eggs and #bacon as part of my breakfast 5 days a week for 7 weeks and managed to get my #bodyfat percentage to 3%. Don't read shite glossy magazine articles folks, sign up to @olivercummings The Gym at Maghera weekly newsletter and save yourself from having to wade through shite.
❗️Recovery Balls ❗️ “The hours training are the easy part, it’s the other 22 that are the struggle”
So often athletes and even recreational folk forget this! Recovery from a session is crucial to progress.
When you know you won’t get a meal soon after training prepare easy snacks that can be take anywhere. These recovery balls are a quick tasty hit of carbs and protein to begin recovery✅
Easy to make and nutritionally sound,
Could even be a little treat during your day😋
Nutrition: 101kcals, 7.4g CHO, 4.1g PRO, 6g Fat. (Per serving).
Recipe to follow
Try this one out for size! Perfect before a leg day or after a day sitting at a desk!
Not enough attention is given to the adductors, from my experience, and often get neglected during a warm up or when selecting exercises.
This powerful muscle group can not only ADDuct the hip ( bring your thighs together) but portions can flex the hip, and other portions can extend the hip!
To lengthen these adductors we are going to need some abduction! So the common denominator here in this sequence is putting one leg out to the side to achieve this!
🤓GeekTime: To stretch the adductors that Adduct & Extend the hip..we need a position of Abduction and Flexion to achieve this! This is seen in the first position.
🤓To stretch our Adductors that can perform adduction and Flexion we will need to be in a position of full hip extension with abduction of the hip as seen in position two!
Raising your arms over head is a nice movement that ticks a lot of boxes for me & can also be a useful screen for your client/ athlete on the day! Here we are trying to get full shoulder flexion without flaring the rib cage! The anterior core & glutes will help maintain a ‘neutral’ low back position and posterior pelvic tilt. ▪️
There can be a little tug of war between the anterior core and some of the adductors so getting into positions of abduction of the hip while also challenging the core can be a great way to progress these drills.
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#runstreak day 145. I ran to work this morning for the first time. Delighted with my time as there are loads of #hills and it's my 2nd big run in 5 days. 25 seconds per mile faster than Sunday and not a kick in the arse of my fastest marathon pace. 💪💪