Профессионалы работают с профессионалами❗️
Познакомьтесь, это Миша, ему 23 года,он профессиональный футболист⚽️, некоторое время он играл в Италии, где наличие FMS тренера норма, для каждой команды.
По возвращению в РБ, он продолжил заниматься футболом и ✅одной из его задач было найти специалиста FMS в РБ.
В ходе нашего общения, Миша сказал, что периодически мониторил сайт, вдруг появится специалист на глобальной карте, не инстаграм, а сайте организации 🆘 @functionalmvmt и, как только появился, сразу же со мной связался, и приехал из другого города сделать FMS тест, все это говорит о том, что к нам все доходит с боооольшим запозданием, и круто, что есть тренеры, которые посещают 🔝топовые семинары и обучения,вкладывают большие деньги в свое образование и имеют такие знания, профессиональные спортсмены этому подтверждение.
PEPPERMINT SLICE😋🤤🤤😋 Takes hardly anytime to make and even less time to eat 😬😁 This reminds me of those Peppermint Thins I used to get as a child! They were wrapped in green foil and were DE- LIC-IOUS👊
The difference with this is there is no shit what so ever....nothing but scrumdumdiddilyumptious goodness!
The Base is 2 cups of desiccated coconut, coconut is an amazing source of healthy fat.....we actually thrive off good fats and our brains and bodies looooooove to use it as energy! 👊😎
I used Doterra Peppermint Essential Oil for the Peppermint flavour😋around 6 drops....you could use Peppermint flavouring too! Doterra Peppermint oil is amazing for your health too....fantastic for any digestive issues, it has antibacterial and antiviral properties, also it has a nice cooling effect and is great for a quick pick me up around 3:00pm!
The chocolate topping is more coconut, this time I used about one cup of coconut oil and 1/2 cup of cacao powder. Cacao is jam packed full of antioxidants, full of magnesium and it’s a natural antidepressant😮🤭 Basically eating this slice will take you back to your childhood stuffing your face with chocolate 😂 but also make you healthier while you eat it 🤭😉😁😎 Food is your medicine peeps....enjoy 👊❤️
Two Left Femurs, which you may remember from @paulgrilley and his work developing #yinyoga . The inclination of the neck of the femur is 40 degrees different, so the ability to abduct (move your leg away from your centre) would be 40 degrees different.
We now know that individuality is the rule not just in bones, but in all structures of the body. I talked about this in the last podcast on #yogavoice , because individualism of voice box structure shapes the sound of our voice.
There are people who have optimal structures to perform certain movements, and they get to be pro athletes or instagram yoga stars. (Good thing I’m not optimally built for that - the ego trip it would give me!)
But many people DO have more movement available to them then they come to the mat with, so we consider this individualism permission to stop foisting rules based on aesthetic on people, while continuing to explore methods of refinement. ▽
#yoga#movewellmoveoften#movement#movementeducation#knowyourbody#yogaeducation Thank you @intelligentedgeyoga #repost
Die drei Gewinner Teams aus dem @ft.club #München stehen fest 😊💪 1. Platz Team Undercover
2. Platz Team Princess 👸
3. Platz Team Latam
Wie lief es bei euch ? Schickt uns eure Gewinner
Sometimes with nuanced core work, it’s difficult for students to generate engagement - i.e. because they have nothing to resist or lean into, they struggle to contract their muscles with purpose. ▽
I used this one in class a lot this week, because it’s cheap, cheerful and effective for strengthening transverse abdominal muscles and abdomen/hips connections.
Press your palms into your thighs below your knees. Press your thighs back into your hands. With strong ankles and 90 degree knees, tap the ground with your heel while maintaining engagement in your other leg/hand. ▽
I like to do 3 repetitions, punctuated with reclined bound angel once with hands holding feet, and reclined bound angle second time with feet on ground. ▽
I’ve been in a place of transition, processing a journey that may be taking me away from teaching yoga as I have been teaching it. I’ve been in conversation with others like me, been in a social media community with others like me. I’ve also been in conversations with others who oppose me. There are a lot of really strong opinions being discussed, about the small details and about the big picture.
But this video is everything. This video is why we ALL teach yoga, to create the space for others to ✨feel✨. Wether you take that to mean feel their bodies, their breath, their hearts, their souls, it doesn’t matter. We can ALL agree that we want to open our arms and teaching spaces to ANYONE, inviting them into a practice of movement that provides an opportunity for any kind of growth.
@libbyloveyoga created @setucommunity with this exact amazing vision of openness and inclusivity within yoga and she’s now created this 3 minute video that encapsulates that vision so beautifully. Please watch it and get inspired ❤️❤️❤️
The importance of learning how to hip hinge-
Firstly, what is a hip hinge?
It is essentially bending at the hips, without too much flexion at the knee, while keeping a neutral/slightly extended spine.
I cannot emphasize enough, the benefits of learning this movement!
Apart from the fact that it is used in so many exercises- Kb swing, Deadlift, RDL etc, learning how to perfect it allows you to understand where your torso is in space. What this means, is when you bend over to pick something up or do an exercise (sometimes really heavy ones), you need spatial awareness of how your back is aligned and whether you are in an optimal position.
99% of the time, this is the first thing you’ll notice with someone who has back issues. If they attempt to perform an exercise like an RDL shown here, they will struggle keeping their lower back aligned and they’ll either go into too much flexion/extension (rounding/arching).
This a lot of the time is an easy fix, and just requires some simple progressions to help with body awareness.
If you feel like this could be an issue for you, flick me a message or come see me in the gym 😊
A quick 10 minutes squeezed in before teaching class 🙊 it’s been a few months since I’ve been able to regularly use the reformer and it feels so good to be back 🤩💪🏻 sped up too much but I wanted to get it all in 😉 #reformer#pilatesstrong
🌊 Big toe mobility is crucial for athletes in general. We need at least 45 to 55 degrees while walking and 60 degrees of big toe flexion in running. In addition, it's great for stabilizing our heel when it rises. .
🌊 Swimmers utilize this mainly from their start off the block. This exercise is called the cowboy sit. Start in a lunge position with your knee to the ground. Then sit back on your back heel and hold.
📖 T. Michaud. Human Locomotion. 2011
Time for the weekend!!! I know that we’re all pressed for time because of kids, sport teams, lessons, clients and more... here’s a quick and “easy” #KettleBell#Workout you can bust out in 20 minutes or less...
•KB Goblet Squats-10.
•KB Split Stance DLift-10.
•KB Front Loaded Rear Lunges-10.
•KB High Rows-10.
•KB Overhead Press-10.
•KB Turkish Get-Ups-2.
Go for time on everything, maybe have 2 different weights ... Ex) 16kg & 28kg... do it as an “AMRAP” (As Many Rounds As Possible). Give yourself a 15 or 20 min time limit... bust it out before, during or after your hectic Saturday Morning... #ReadySetGoLift#MakeMoves#movewellmoveoften @menshealthmag @noblemanmagazine @kettlebellkings @mjfit @mensjournal @shape @qalo @roguefitness @nike @ryu_apparel @goodmorninglalaland @ryu_apparel @orangecoastmag @hyperice @modernluxuryoc 📸📸 @franksalas
Jim’s passion is being on the water, and over the past couple months we’ve been working together he’s made serious improvements. Not only is he down in bodyweight and body fat percentage, but his muscle mass has increased at the same time. -
He’s had hip and back issues that have limited him from being on the ski as much as he’d like, and we’ve dialed in on specifics to get him healthy (and stay healthy) in order to perform the way he wants in the Salomon course. Jim used to be a wrestler, so he has that dedication and determined mindset. Next summer you’ll be catching us out on the lake together no doubt!!
🧢⛳️🏌🏽♂️GOLFER’S ELBOW = MEDIAL EPICONDYLITIS🏌🏽♂️⛳️🧢
Disclaimer🛑: I don’t golf. Not even a little. Bought the club for a buck fifty at a thrift store. But if you watched the video, you already knew that.
Ever have pain on the side of your elbow closest to your body?🤔 It’s not just golfers that get it! Medial epicondylitis (aka golfer’s elbow) is a common overuse injury involving the flexors of the forearm that attach at the bony bump on the inside of your elbow (called the medial epicondyle)! No fun. 🙅🏻♂️
Here I’m showing you some awesome and effective ways to deal with this problem! ✅
1. Soft Tissue treatment of the forearm flexors (can be IASTM, MFR, Hypervolt⚡️, etc.) is a great way to increase range of motion and decrease pain!
2. Stretch! 🤸🏻♂️Here are two stretches that will light ya up if you really have this problem. Take the first one really slow, it’s a vulnerable-feeling position to be in.
3. Strengthen them! 💪🏼You could use a dumbbell, kettle bell, resistance band, can of beans🥫, whatever! The exercises shown are: resisted forearm flexion, resisted radial deviation, and resisted ulnar deviation.
Don’t settle for pain! Try these out and let me know what you think. You’ll be the next Tiger before you know it. 🦁
BONUS BONUS BONUS: Swipe to the left to see some pretty funny bloopers. 😂
Better Function ➡️ Better Golf Swing
PILATES makes me feel alive. 🔥The intention and focus behind each movement to create precision and control. I’m addicted. It’s been a busy few weeks so here’s another pic from when I was in San Diego 😜 #fullbodyintegration#pilateslover#focus
Rotational Power... ⛳️So many sports require rotary power, yet the transverse (rotation) plane is often under trained by many. .
⚾️ Throwing sports, tennis, golf volleyball and so much more all require a degree of rotational power from our core and hips. If this power is under trained, we may attempt to create the power through compensation with our shoulders and arms, which could be related to overuse injury.
🎾 This challenging variation requires increased hip and core stability due to the split squat position. It can be used in the late stages of rehabilitation of many Lower extremity and spinal programs as well as in training programs for athletes. Remember late stages of rehab should look like your desired athletic training!
🏀 Try to keep the front foot planted flat keeping weight through the BIG toe throughout the motion. If you are unable to do so, attempt the exercise with a lighter ball or in a slower manner to start off, before ramping up the power.
🧠 Remember this is a POWER exercise, so once you have that stability, hit that wall hard! .
🔑 This exercise also requires adequate rotation mobility at the hip and knee joint as well as hip and core strength! ✅ Try out a few sets and let me know what you think!
This is my client Emma. She’s 17. Her parent came to me looking for someone who can help her move better. Emma has Ehlers Danlos and a few other issues we need to be very cautious of. But these issues are not brick walls, they are simply hurdles we are both learning to jump over. Video 1 is her very first session. Video 2 is her 5th. We still have a long way to go but I’m looking forward to see what she’s capable of.
Sometimes the centrifugal forces get the better of you and you can’t do a damn thing at the end of your spin. It’s better to work your spin speed (think: skill development) separately to your performance quality (working faster spins into your aerial flows).
Rudern Teil 3: Nach den beiden Vorbereitungsvideos (➡️checkt die letzten Beiträge) jetzt das Kurzhantel-Rudern an sich. Damit trainieren wir das horizontale Zug-Muster und unsere gesamte Zugmuskulatur.
Diese Variante ist häufig unsere Einstiegsversion, die nächsten Tage gibt es noch Videos zu einer leichteren und einer schwereren Variante. Die Übung macht sich Ideal im Kraftteil eures Workouts im Bereich von 8-12 Wiederholungen für 3-5 Sätze. Probiert es aus!
Squatober #day18 Every day is leg day but today we’re getting in some uppers‼️
1️⃣ Anchor both feet into the ground
2️⃣ Neutral Hips
3️⃣ Squeeze Glutes
4️⃣ Clamp Rib Caven Down
5️⃣ Give yourself a double chin (cervical retraction)
A strong foundation makes for a strong house. Your body is can do magnificent things if you master the basic. Motor control requires continuous repetitions. However EVERY bad movement pattern resets the adaptation.
@junglefitnessnj @squatoberofficial @penandpaperstrengthapp @sorinex @aaron_ausmus #teamjungle#thejungleofficial#movewellmoveoften
All too often do I hear people talk about how it’s a new year and they’re gonna get serious about their health and fitness, but then never do. Everyone wants the results without patience or putting in the time. Living a healthier and longer life isn’t something that happens overnight or in a 30 day challenge. You have to WANT to invest in your life and learn through the journey. -
Take back control of your own life. Wake up feeling good, build your self confidence back up, love the person that you are on a daily basis. -
Playing around and doing WODS is my idea of fun but my supplemental movements keep me balanced and my joints in check. Supplementing fitness is just like supplementing nutrition. The reality is... our fitness can have the lack nutrient density the same way as our diet can be lacking when we repeat patterns and forget to add variety (add MO FLAVAAAAA 😉). So here is your fitness equivalent of fish oil, turmeric, spirulina and aminos.... and guess what it’s not even STRETCHING 🙆♀️!!! —————————————————————-
1. 10 Loaded Hip Ext + Shoulder Infinities
2. 10 Split squat + Field Goal Pull Each Leg
3. 10 SL Dead Lift Each Leg
4. 10 Stagger Squats Each Leg —————————————————————-
⚡️⚡️💥💥KNOCK-KNOCK, WHO’S THERE? HYPERVOLT IS THERE!💥💥⚡️⚡️
Thanks so much for being such great sports and not getting annoyed 😒 by me tagging most of you in the contest to get this puppy! I appreciate you guys. 💪🏼
This is a Hypervolt! @hyperice It’s is a vibration massage tool 🛠 that is used as a means of percussion massage treatment! 💆🏻♂️
Soft tissue treatment is important! We can treat soft tissues in a multitude of different ways, but they all have similar goals:
-Increase blood flow (which promotes healing)👍🏼
-Increase range of motion👍🏼
This Hypervolt will help me do that! @drjordanburns Thank you SO much for your generosity. You’re the man! 💥
Better Function ➡️ Better Soft Tissues
It happens very often that clients and coaches use intervals as a good way of training.
Unfortunately sometimes there is a lack of attention to the correct amount of rest between intervals. ❓How can you know if you are undertraining or overtraining your clients if you don’t know how much time they effectively need to rest? ➡️Using a cheap and convenient heart rate monitor you will know if your clients are ready to perform the next round or not.
It’s possible to use monitors even if you are working with groups, to create a more personalized training.
In the video below me and @amanda.morani started the slideboard together; the use of cardio guaranteed us to recover according to our different fitness level and cardio respiratory response and because of our different recovery time, we finished it in two different moments.
Rest to your 70% off FC max is a good idea before starting the next round. @bodybyboyle @muscle_mind_movement @not_mark_sanchez @movementasmedicine #heartratemonitor#myzone#cardio#fitness#recovery#strengthtraining#conditioning#movewellmoveoften#fitfam#slideboard#bodybyboyle
Pulled out this gem 💎 today!
Did you know Beth is certified in the FMS (Functional Movement Screen)? Both Sarah and Beth also have training in the SFMA (Selective Functional Movement Assessment).
These are both great tools to look at and assess the body as a whole, as well as break it down to find areas with mobility restrictions, motor control/stability issues and functional movement pattern faults.