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🤕 Return to Play Rehab ⚽️ • Young footballer kosiyanno was diagnosed with Acute Osteitis Pubis (OP) during his pre-season preparations with Mitchelton FC, while a potentially season ending diagnosis if turned Chronic. Early identification and conservative rehab is key to getting Acute OP athletes back to normal function and avoiding recurrence of symptoms once they’ve returned to sport • Some key aspects of a return to play program for OP include improving hip stability and strength, building up strength through hip abduction and pivoting movements, and also maintaining the athletes aerobic and anaerobic capacity via alternative conditioning options in order to minimise the detraining affect of not being able to sprint • Here is Kosi demonstrating some great examples of exercises prescribed to him by his physio sammyfoster93 . After some thorough coaching he has come along way with some of the more difficult single leg variations and should be back for the Mustangs in no time

22 1 Feb 21, 2018

If you want to total a respectable number on your bench then you must be stable. Something we believe heavily at HQ is that your bench starts with the setup. here are 3 tips that will put you in a structurally safe position so that you can leverage all of your body when pressing the bar. Have you ever heard of the saying "I bench from my legs?" . . 1) Feet under hips - Knee below hip joint - drive Heels down - but not flat. . . 2) Arch - drive the Chest up - traps should touch the bench first - Shoulder blades together - push sternum up. . . 3) Breathing (before unrack) - into guts & brace. . . Each video comes with its own video tutorial. Head over to the HQ website (link in bio) for the full breakdown.

8 2 Feb 21, 2018

If you want to total a respectable number on your bench then you must be stable. Something we believe heavily at HQ is that your bench starts with the setup. here are 3 tips that will put you in a structurally safe position so that you can leverage all of your body when pressing the bar. Have you ever heard of the saying "I bench from my legs?" . . 1) Feet under hips - Knee below hip joint - drive Heels down - but not flat. . . 2) Arch - drive the Chest up - traps should touch the bench first - Shoulder blades together - push sternum up. . . 3) Breathing (before unrack) - into guts & brace. . . Each video comes with its own video tutorial. Head over to the HQ website (link in bio) for the full breakdown.

29 2 Feb 21, 2018

While exercising, Its critical to have proper alignment before executing the assignment. Many gym goers experience aches and pains because frankly they don’t know what they’re doing. Be sure to check out unlimitedstride as she executes her World Wide Half Marathon series! #exercise #exercisescience #movement #biomechanics #running #runnerslife #tripleextension #technique #gymshark #womenwholift #womenempowerment #fitchicks #rolemodels #cleveland #216muscle

14 1 Feb 21, 2018

Unfortunately this strategy for helping you lose weight or lose body fat seems to be the go to strategy for everyone trying to lose weight. “Hit a plateau, perform more cardio!” And some people won’t slowly increase their cardio, they’ll dive in head first. So instead of going from 30 minutes to 35 or 40 minutes, they’ll jump right to an hour. There’s other ways to make sure you keep the ball rolling when losing weight. I’ll talk about a few in this video. You can actually do too much of a good thing. #cardio #gettingfit #progress #trainsmart #bodybuilding #bodytransformation #fitness #progressnotperfection #getfitordietrying #fitlife #fatlossjourney #fat2fit #fattofitjourney #cardiotime #weightlossjourney #getfit #fitnessaddict #cardiobunny #exercisescience #health #bodyunderconstruction #bodynovafitnesscoaching

17 0 Feb 21, 2018

Chest Day 🏋️‍♀️ . Happy Hump Day 🔛 🔥 . #humpdaywednesday

11 2 Feb 21, 2018

When thinking about the adaptations to strength training and plyometrics, the main focuses tend to be the changes in muscle activation and size. Yet, there are many other changes that occur, which also affect muscle performance. This study assessed the long-term effects of jump training in a rabbit model, and showed that large changes in intramuscular collagen content occurred, and this was related to the changes in passive muscle stress and stiffness. ------------------- #sandcresearch #strengthandconditioning #strengthtraining #strength #sportsscience #sportscience #exercisescience #sciencetopractice #evidencebased #evidencebasedpractice #biomechanics #muscle #hypertrophy #jump #vertical #verticaljump #jumping #collagen #extracellularmatrix #ecm

75 1 Feb 21, 2018

If you happen to own a copy of this book, make sure to read the chapter on Omegawave.

21 1 Feb 21, 2018

So, after my hike a while back, I gained 5.5 pounds in 24 hours. It was so strange I looked it up. Apparently, when muscles are damaged (sore), they hold on to water and swell, causing rapid, temporary gain...thus the huge spike. It was gone after about a week. If this happens to you, don't worry! The swelling will go down, the muscle gain will remain. Keep trucking. :) #progress #soremuscles #exercisescience #myfitnesspal #weightgain #hiking #weightlossjourney #keepgoing #ketojourney #getmuscle

2 1 Feb 21, 2018

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4 0 Feb 21, 2018

I did the responsible thing. I went to school, did my homework, did my job. Then......went rollerblading. It hit 67 degrees today in Syracuse, NY. And it was February 20th. Never has happened in my lifetime. Had to grab my blades and headed to Onondaga Lake Parkway. Little slow with the speed mainly because I had to tip-wheel through a few snow drifts but for the most part, pavement was clear and smooth but wet and dirty. Got a little mud on the tires. Had a great blade and my legs didn’t tire one bit. Havnt lost a bit of strength over the last 4 months and actually my pushoffs were more powerful. #nopainnogain #trainharderthanme #mindset #pump #passion #purpose #intensity #goals #commitment #dedication #results #progress #motivation #nutrition #syracuse #planetfitness #aspenathletics #aspenathleticclubs #darkironfitness #bodybuildingcom #success #sacrifice #rollerblading #onondagalakeparkway #onondagalake #cardio #rollerskating

46 4 Feb 21, 2018

New toys! These mono attachments will allow us the safely move big weight without the need for a walk out. They also provide a more competition specific squat to our lifters who compete in the GPC! Smith’s Fitness so hot right now🔥🔥 Yes, that’s only 60kg, fast though😂

37 4 Feb 21, 2018

Taking a break from my usual posts to highlight some of my powerlifting 🏋️🏻‍♂️ progress recently. As I've posted about a few months ago, I started a new comprehensive 21 week fitness and nutrition routine designed by yours truly back on 10/30/17. · For this routine I utilized some of the most current exercise science literature 📚( chrisabeardsley is a great resource), nutritional research 🥗 ( foundmyfitness is a great resource), and some of the latest in exercise gizmos such as the OpenBarbellV3 (barbell velocity tracker) by squatsandscience and the Halo Sport 🎧⚡️ (motor cortex TCDS headset) by haloneuroscience. The goal? Get as strong as possible while staying very lean, preferably only gaining muscle. · Soooo has it been working?! The answer is yes! As measured by the OpenBarbellV3, my velocity on all my exercises has increased at the same weights, and all my exercises have gone up in weight. For example on 10/18/17 I squatted 315 with a velocity of 0.55 m/s. Today my squat warm-up set of 365 had a velocity of 0.52. Nearly the same velocity but with a weight 16% higher. Not bad 😄. Five weeks to go! · Here I did 3x2 at 405, haven't back squatted in a month, but I've been doing tons of front squats. Haven't actually repped 405 in a long time, and back then I was 15-20 lbs heavier. The first set moved at speeds of 0.33 and 0.22 m/s. The second set ➡️ moved at speeds of 0.3 and 0.18 m/s. The third set ➡️➡️ moved at speeds of 0.25 and 0.26 m/s. Bodyweight was 85.2kg (189 lbs), which makes this by far the highest percentage of bodyweight squat I've ever done (2.14xBW) for doubles. · If you've read this far congratulations... It felt good to write this down and take some time to look at the data, hence the long winded post. · Back to geophysics and rocks tomorrow!

55 7 Feb 21, 2018
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