I couldn’t do another curl even if I wanted to....
Back to back sweaty selfies cause one must brag that they did the work. #sorrynotsorry •
Back + biceps today on LIIFT 4 and what a great session. Made it happen so I get a day off on the weekend. 👍
Shake + shower time for this gal then off to work I go. xo #hihohihoitsofftoworkigo
My chest + arms are pumped up...
Week 4 repeat this week - chest + triceps are so freakin D O N E!!!! Wowzers that got freakin’ tough on the last set. Then @joelfreemanfitness says burn out with push ups. •
Yes, I swore.
Yes, I didn’t want to do them.
Yes, I had to modify them with a shelf.
Yes, I freakin’ did them.
Yes, I’m feelin’ like a badass 😉
As lazy as I can get 🙄, nothing beats a good workout.
Lift weights peeps. xo
Not feeling 100% but still soldiering on and smiling! Thank goodness for greens protein smoothies, surely helped me after my double class. Yes, it’s as big as my head. 😬 I made a huge shake this morning for after my class as I was heading down south to Wollongong to catch up with a friend over lunch @thehealthhub__ (What a gem find!!) and help kick start and strategize her biz! Woo hoo! What a day! #thisishowiroll#lovemyjob#beyourownboss#workfromanywhere .
Lyra #6 getting prepped and welded! I want you to notice the beveled edges and also the notches into the pipe. I even bevel the notches for better tie-ins and overall, more complete penetration of the bridge and pipe into a solid piece. This ones a little bigger at 40” ID for a double tippy lyra act so they could both move around inside it comfortably. Because of that and the added weight of two performers, I made the internal bridge a bit longer at 6” instead of the normal 4” for just that extra little bit of support. When I weld it together, my first weld goes across and along the pipe, into the bridge and essentially pulling and holding the two ends of the pipe lengthwise. Then I weld around the rest of the pipe and over the two lengthwise welds. This solidifies everything together into one, solid piece for strength and safety. Because of how hot I weld at and the small dia of the piece itself, I often have to go over some parts of the weld to fill it out and prevent undercut so that when I grind it out smooth, there won’t be any low spots which might create a weaker or thinner area. Cheers everyone and I’ll post more in process pics tomorrow!