Sometimes you just need that helping to get the done.
Working an FRC drill that hits the tri-lat insertion, the anterior delts for an all-in-one shoulder mobiliser and great injury prevention tool.
The should is one of the most commonly injured body parts that I’ve experienced throughout my years of coaching.
This is largely down to that fact that hardly anyone dedicates time toward gaining control of the ball and socket joint.
For injuries to be made less likely, we need to own our respective body parts.
We need to link up the brain and the CNS, teaching the body on a regular basis what we want it to do.
The body adapts and changes to whatever circumstance we spend most time in, so let’s make those circumstances full of movement, and not sitting on a fucking sofa watching TV all the time.
One of our core principles at TMT is “Get Moving”. It’s fits in with our belief that a private practice should be designed to keep you out there doing what you love. Not endlessly seeing your physio! Most science backs this up and we all understand that exercise, activity and moving is crucial to health.
One way we do try keep you at TMT is through our group options. And as we love simplicity they all sit under our Stronger- Faster- Smarter movement groups!
We run groups as working out 🏋️♀️ with other people is one of the best ways to reduce pain, get stronger and optimise your rehab plan.
Learn to move stronger, faster and smarter so you can do more in more places.
USE IT OR LOSE IT! 💪
L'invecchiamento NON dipende dal TEMPO ma da COME fai le cose che fai e da QUANTO muovi il tuo corpo. 🤸
Vale per il corpo in generale e per le sue parti nello specifico.
Se rimani seduto a fare colazione, seduto in bagno, seduto in macchina per andare in ufficio, seduto al lavoro, seduto a pranzo, seduto in macchina per tornare a casa, seduto a cena, seduto sul divano: sei SEDENTARIO!
Probabilmente la tua schiena, le tue anche e le tue ginocchia non vengono usate nel modo giusto e con la quantità di MOVIMENTO che sono in grado di fare. .
. 👉Se non le usi, le perdi!💥
is the ability of a muscle or group of muscles to sustain repeated contractions against a resistance for an extended period of time. It is one of the components of muscular fitness, along with muscular strength and power
Types of Muscular Endurance
In strength training muscular endurance refers to the number of repetitions of a single exercise you can do without needing to stop and rest. Examples include how many times you can do a full squat a sit up or a bicep curl with a light to moderate weight before breaking form
The specific type of muscular endurance used during cardiovascular fitness activities such as running, swimming, or cycling is usually called cardiovascular endurance or cardiorespiratory endurance and is different from the strength training definition
Endurance training for these types of physical activities builds the energy systems of the body, the muscle fibers, and capillaries that can sustain long periods of exercise, such as running a kettlebell marathon so on
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The TRX Row is a great exercise to program in on Pull days.
Helps build stability and motor control patterns within the upper back. It also keeps you focussed on keeping your core muscles activated through the full movement.
Although using bodyweight only, you can increase the difficulty by adjusting foot position.