Work is hard. But progress is S W E E T.
#operationbulletproofshoulders is working! Having structure, being persistent, unapologetically putting in the time and having a dedicated team of professionals working for you is GOLD.
Today I celebrate success with:
✔️ handstand push ups to the floor with out pain.
✔️ Kipping pull ups higher and more controlled than before.
I’m going into the weekend a happy camper my friends! 🙌🏻
#shoulderhealth#inspiration @evolve_strength .
(Ps- whyyyy do my videos get so grainy?? Do tell IG...)
Today’s arm #workout from @hardtokill_fitness felt a-freaking-amazing! All my weights continue to grow and I am seeing clear muscle growth. This is going to be a kick ass bulk season! Lift Heavy! Run Fast! Move Well! Live Happy! #behardtokill
Opting outside as much as possible lately. Burned out with just ten of these after a yolk, sled, tire flip and tire jumps combo for five rounds. Quick. Effective. And dead 💀 @metroflexgym_murrieta @fitaid @unbrokendesigns @reebok
I’ve been getting a lot of positive feedback from PT clients about the back exercises I’ve been doing with them, so I’ve decided to show a few of them during today’s workout. .
- Wide Grip Chins (weighted)
- Bend Over Barbell Rows
- One Arm Dumbbell Rows
- J Pulls
- Lying Dumbbell Rows
Range of motion is one of the most important aspects of strength training, and one of the biggest issues I see with most people is lack of range of motion due to inflexibility. Most of the exercises here require a good amount of flexibility, especially in the hamstrings. Without that flexibility I wouldn’t be able to bend at my hips, or keep my back from rounding when doing most of these exercises. .
Another aspect to look for is range of motion in the shoulder. Extending the arms fully allows the back muscles to do most of the work, rather than the biceps. This full range of motion is essential to develop the back muscles properly. .
Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for more tips on staying in shape this holiday season, and have a Merry Christmas! Travis
344 / 365 | 1 out 3 Leg Days of the week 🏋🏽♂️
FIRST SUPERSET (out of 3):
1️⃣ BARBELL SQUATS
215 lbs (6x) - 195 lbs (8x) - 165 lbs (10x)
2️⃣ PUSH-UPS 3 sets (20x)
3️⃣ JUMP LUNGES 3 sets (10x each leg)
For now, my MAX weight for my Barbell Squats is 215 lbs / 6 reps. I think I’ll add 10-20 lbs on the last week of December to challenge myself.
This 3-day a week Leg Day sessions has really improved my leg strength 🦵🏽
How to get that booty:
1️⃣Game face is a must. No one looked sexy busting out that last rep2️⃣Turn up on Friday night. Goals don’t have a weekend3️⃣squat, lung & leg press till you can’t feel your ass. If you can’t Go heavy go deep 💪🏽👌🏽🙌🏽