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Succinct. Science supported. True. ⚖️ . "Supplements, if they work, work under very specific conditions only." . - Asker Jeukendrup, PhD; professor of exercise metabolism, leading exercise physiologist & sports nutritionist; jeukendrup (Twitter) . 📷 #mysportscience.com . #nutrition #sportsnutrition #supplements #truth #weightlifting #research #science #exercisescience #fitness #lifting #performance #endurance #bodybuilding #cycling #running #swimming #nutrition #athlete #triathlon

8 0 Dec 12, 2017

🇺🇸 De Motu is where you go to for a happy body ▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️ #nogutsnoglory #behappy #biomechanics #movement #movementfix #tuesdsy #movementhealth #thinkandmovedifferently #crossfit #rehabilitativeservices #fitness #gymlife #humanmovement #bodysystems #humanmovementsystem #exercise #exercisescience #squat #squatchallenge #muscletech #badass #success #growth picture by typoramaa

13 0 Dec 12, 2017

Ready to rock finals week! #shhp #exercisescience #athletictraining #publichealth #outdoored #physed But first, #gcsu12days!

3 0 Dec 12, 2017

GLUTE ACTIVATION 🍑 4 sets of 12-15 reps for each exercise 💦 1️⃣ Side Walk Squats w/ Dumbbells 2️⃣ Smith Machine Lunges 3️⃣ Goblet Squat w/ Kettlebell

38 4 Dec 12, 2017

💥Translating Research Into Practice💥 ———— SUPER excited to be a part of the first edition of research reviews for the Physio Network! It's going to be an awesome one! 😊👌 In the picture, you can see all the authors for this month’s edition, as well as their topics below: ⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️ -Tom Walters - Neural Mobilization Carpal Tunnel -Stephen King - T-Spine Rotation Assessment -Shruti Nambiar - Neural Mobilization Review -Ben Cormack - Rotator Cuff Rehab -Robin Kerr - Sitting Posture -Steve Kamper - Sleep and Low Back Pain -Simon Kirkegaard - Subacromial Decompression Surgery -Mariana Wingood - Calculating Risk of Falls -Anthony Teoli - Weight Loss and OA -Sandy Hilton - Myofascial Release and Chronic Pain -Greg Dea - Segmental Rolling Ability -Tom Goom - Wearable Devices and Running Injuries . For more information, take a look at the website or click the link in my bio: https://www.physio-network.com/membership-account/membership-levels/ . #RehabScience

250 7 Dec 12, 2017

ewancady doing double kettlebell racked step ups with 20kg (44lbs) each kettlebell which is a PR for him. These are much harder than holding dumbbells at your side or having a bar on your back. Give them a try or you can come check out my gym! #graysacademy #strength #squat #kettlebell #kettlebells #power #speed #athlete #stepup #legday #cscs #exercisescience

8 0 Dec 12, 2017

dr.joelseedman_ahp #MuscleMorsel: Master Your Barbell Squat With Offset Elevation Here’s one of my awesome bodybuilders, benlaitheasianguy, demonstrating the offset elevation barbell back squat. Before I begin talking about this specific protocol and exercise I wanted to give a big shoutout and huge congrats to Ben for crushing his OCB physique show last weekend and placing top 5 in a very stacked and competitive class. Ben is one of the hardest working clients I’ve ever worked with and also incredibly bright in the field of exercise science and kinesiology. Very excited to see what the future holds for him. This particular exercise is one of many we used with Ben to build muscle mass and to perfect his movement mechanics. And the offset elevation back squat is one of the single most effective variations I've found for cleaning up squat form. As most of you know, I’m a huge fan of offset training for a number of reasons. Not only does it require greater motor control and body awareness but it also places incredible intramuscular tension on the targeted muscles. While the most common versions of offset training typically involve loading different weights on each side of the body, implementing an offset elevation by positioning one foot or hand on a several inch platform provides several additional benefits. Use the link in my bio to learn 7 reasons why offset squats are so effective, or go to https://www.advancedhumanperformance.com/blog/master-your-barbell-squat-with-offset-elevation Live well, train hard. #offsetsquat #physiqueathletes #backsquat #physiqueshow #exercisescience #kinesiology #movementmechanics #motorcontrol #intramuscular #tension # #symmetry #tightcore #eccentric #footalignment #movementpattern #offsetelevation #hip #pelvis #setthehips #flexthehips #hiphinge #excessivedepth #AHP #drjoelseedman #crossfit #mevsme #nutritionguidance #deadlift

1617 3 Dec 12, 2017

Lying Hamstring Curls, With an adjustment. I love this machine because of the isolation of the hamstrings but because of the exercise and the laying position, most end up putting the weight into their lumbar spine. This will allow you to believe you can lift heavier while you are secretly bailing out your hamstrings. Your back will naturally assist this movement slightly and so you will see a slight bend in the lowest part of your back but it shouldn’t be much. I have chosen to roll a mat and place it under my pelvis. This helps me to be aware of how anteriorly tilted I am which will cause my back to be arched more greatly. In this video I adjust my pelvis first causing my back to be a straight line and then I began. I readjust after several sets because I could feel my back arching more. Also, as I got more tired, my body would try to recruit more muscles for help which arches my back. My last two reps were the hardest and you can see my back is more arched than my first few reps. All of this is important for two reasons • You are injuring yourself and you don’t even know it! While your body believes it’s doing what is needed to move the load, over time the pressure put on your back will become prevalent in your life causing pain and leading to other problems •You aren’t growing your hamstrings they way you think you are! If your hamstrings are not able to be the prime mover and have to be bailed out by other muscles, you won’t receive the benefits you could be. I use the mat because I am guilty of bailing out my hamstrings more than I realize. Remember, your back will be used slightly as a synergistic in this movement. So take this new knowledge and empower yourself! #fitness #exercise #gym #fit #exercisescience #gymlife #fitspo #fitfam #gymtime #swole #bodybuilding #healthylifestyle #toneitup #girlswholift

15 0 Dec 12, 2017

Little update. It’s been about three weeks post show and keeping structure in the diet has been a challenge. This post is to let you in on my personal experience with high volumes of sugar and saturated fats consumed in short periods of time. The edema (fluid retention) due to systemic inflammation is unreal. I’m up over 10lbs and my joints and bones ache. The inflammatory response I’m having feels as if I’ve activated acute arthritis and diabetes. Now I don’t eat like this all of the time, which is why I notice such dramatic side effects, but there are people that do eat like this on a daily basis. I can only imagine what the long term effects of maintaining a high Calorie, nutrient lacking diet will do to ones physical and mental state. Chronic inflammation, plaque buildup in arteries, gastrointestinal issues, type 2 diabetes, accumulation of adipose tissue, and with those many more ailments. I’m trying to lead by example here so that you can take control and responsibility for your health. At the end of the day, if you’re dying, there’s only so much money can do for you. #practicewhatyoupreach #health #healthy #nutrition #exercisescience #exercise #workout #gym #training #bethechange #muscle #npc #ifbb #bodybuilding #bodybuilder #physique #healthcare #obesity #diet #eatclean #instafit #igfit #transformationtuesday #tranform

96 5 Dec 12, 2017

#Repost chrisabeardsley ( get_repost) ・・・ Eccentric training is well-known to cause muscle damage, and can reduce muscle strength for several days afterwards, particularly when the exercise is unaccustomed. The reductions in strength after eccentric training workouts are thought to arise mainly from disturbances within the muscle fibers themselves. However, this important study demonstrates that neural drive to the muscles is also reduced for several days post-exercise, which does not happen after conventional strength training workouts. -------------------- #sandcresearch #strengthandconditioning #strengthtraining #strengthcoach #sportsscience #sportsperformance #exercisescience #sciencetopractice #evidencebased #evidencebasedpractice #biomechanics #hypertrophy #eccentrics #eccentrictraining #muscledamage #tenniscourt #neuraldrive #centralfatigue #cnsfatigue #tennispro #tenniscoach #weightlifting #treinamentointegrado #fisioterapia

21 0 Dec 12, 2017

Put the machine to work. ______________________________________________________ 2 rounds for 6 minutes: KB Swing x 10 Hex Bar Deadlift x 5 @ 155 Sled Push x 1 Battle Rope x 15 _______________________________________________________ #strengthtraining #athleticperformance #sportperformance #exercisescience #adultstrengthandconditioning #iyca #usaw #strengthandconditioning #strengthcoach thebeltlesswonder

13 0 Dec 12, 2017

The atlbotanical garden was so magical yesterday! 🌈❤️If you’re in Atlanta, I highly recommend that you go at least once during the holiday season🤩✨ 👉🏽Swipe for some beautiful pictures/videos! 💕

56 3 Dec 12, 2017

"Trust the process...every decision you've ever made has brought you to where you are today...exactly where you are meant to be."

31 2 Dec 12, 2017

Eccentric training is well-known to cause muscle damage, and can reduce muscle strength for several days afterwards, particularly when the exercise is unaccustomed. The reductions in strength after eccentric training workouts are thought to arise mainly from disturbances within the muscle fibers themselves. However, this important study demonstrates that neural drive to the muscles is also reduced for several days post-exercise, which does not happen after conventional strength training workouts. -------------------- #sandcresearch #strengthandconditioning #strengthtraining #strength #sportsscience #sportscience #exercisescience #sciencetopractice #evidencebased #evidencebasedpractice #biomechanics #muscle #hypertrophy #eccentrics #eccentrictraining #muscledamage #recovery #neuraldrive #centralfatigue #cnsfatigue

221 11 Dec 12, 2017

This is to tell you a little bit about me but also remind you, if you are a little bit scared to start lifting or going to the gym or running or powerlifting because you don’t THINK you can’t or don’t know what your doing.... JUST START. I never THOUGHT I could start my own business but IT WAS THE BEST(and scariest) DECISION OF MY LIFE. ⭐️ Outside of lifting I am a strength & fitness coach, and have been long before I started powerlifting (10 years). While I have learned a lot(and continue to) my core beliefs and values surrounding strength & fitness have stayed the same. BE STRONG. BE POWERFUL. 🌟 I started my own business 4 years ago first as small group training and online training, now online training with a side of 1 on 1 check ins 💫 FOSTER FITNESS ONLINE. It all started with one idea; help people realize how much more they are capable of than they believed. To allow me to change the world, one muscle at a time. ⚡️ One training option I offer is Fitie Online. Fitie Online serves those who show up to the gym each day ready to work hard and are looking to get results. FO gives you direction and a progressive workout plan to follow. FO is a one of a kind fitness program that incorporates the best aspects of workout programs I have learned from different training environments and brings them together to GET RESULTS. You can choose from four goals: get strong, get fast, get lean, or simply get fit. Depending on your goal you will be delivered a workout calendar customized for you with workouts I have created. When you show up to gym you do not need to think about what to do, you just open the app and follow the workout prescribed for that day. FO works best for those who already have the habit of working out and are looking to get serious, get results, and stop wandering around the gym. Get STRONG. Get FAST. Get LEAN. Get FIT(ie). *** be warned. Fitie Online has made clients realize how amazing they are and clients have been known to make people strut around showing off their new muscles occasionally asking others to “feel their muscles”.*** #fosterfitnessonline #onlineworkout #strong #run #lift #lean #fitness

164 4 Dec 12, 2017

It’s a great day for a few #CoreFlyte push ups! . #Repost fitla_la ・・・ I’m about to be a #coreflytes #guru 😂😂😂 who knows we shall see!

49 2 Dec 12, 2017
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