Always be kind.
If you see someone falling behind, walk beside them.
If someone is being ignored, find a way to include them.
If someone has been knocked down, lift them up.
Always remind people of their worth.
Be who you needed when you were going through hard times.
One small act of kindness could mean the world to another person.
Meet the Summerlove Team: @carmeya_pole
Sie ist die zweite Physiotherapeutin in unserer Runde - wie ihr seht , werdet ihr in unserer Summerlove Woche medizinisch bestens versorgt sein 😁
Carmen vermittelt euch ihr Wissen bezüglich Rücken- und Bauchmuskulatur, gesundem Training und Ausgewogenheit. Sie liebt Splitmoves und Spinning Pole und gibt diese Leidenschaft in ihren Workshops gerne an euch weiter.
To carry a baby needs back support. I'm so happy that yoga helped me to build a strong back. It means I can carry my little girl without experiencing pain. My secrets are mostly about pushing the feet into the ground, pull the navel to the lower back, lift the chest (heart) and pull back the shoulders. Repeat. Most important - feet on the ground! My yogapractice makes me walk taller. It feels so good to know. Try ❣ #strongback#yogaeveryday#yogamam#practice#nopain#worthit
Seated cable rows are a great exercise for targeting the mid back which plays an important role in stabilizing the shoulder girdle. In order to maximize the potential for the seated cable row, as with any exercise, strict and proper form is critical.
Here’s a few tips when performing the seated cable:
1 - weight evenly distributed on the foot platform
2 - back is neutral and remains upright through the entirety of the exercise
3 - shoulders remain down and compressed - prevents the trap 1 muscle fibers from taking over during the pull portion of the exercise
4 - Focus on your elbows pulling straight back and the medial part of your arm sliding along your lats
5 - Finish the pull with a full retraction of the shoulder blades
You’re body is like the house your dreams, you build it from the ground up. Always starting with a strong foundation. •
A strong foundation starts with building your posterior and your back. A thick and strong back will allow you pull, push and move heavier weights. •
Treat your body right and it will pay you back down the road! Stay strong and be healthy!•
Contact me through DM if you have any questions regarding training! •