Tight hips stretches
shoulder workout for size - LATERAL RAISES! If we do our lateral raises when standing tall, our humerus will get very close to the acromion, which is gonna stop it from moving any further secreasing the room within the humerus will move within and decrease The total ROM. On the other hand, if we tilt our torso just a little forward (about 20 degrees) while still keeping our arms vertical, the acromion will shift a little forward, creating room for the humerus to move through when raising
HOW TO MODIFY SQUATS AND DEAD LIFTS IF YOU HAVE PAIN! This graph on squats and deadlifts and how you can train around pain within those patterns. if you’re experiencing knee pain while squatting you don’t necessarily have to stop squatting, you could just shift your weight back to be in a more hip dominant posture and stance. That take a lot of the stress off of your knees while still training your squat pattern. all fantastic variations of a squat, and no one variation is better than the other
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STRONG CORE & POSTURE! You may well be under the impression that the only think you need to work on is building a 6 pack aka your transverse abdominis and this automatically means you have nailed optimal core training and strength. by only focusing on that you may have only nailed the training for aesthetics piece of the puzzle and therefore be missing out on some vital elements. During weights based workouts where you perform mainly big compound moves lifted at loads heavy
Poor mid-back mobility (thoracic spine) can be a huge limiting factor in your overhead mobility. Improving this mobility can be the 1st step in improving your overhead barbell technique (snatch, jerks, overhead squat). Here is a simple 3 step progression to try out. No matter how stiff your mid back may be, there is a step for you to start on!! I recommend doing 5-10 reps for a 5-10 second hold on the end of each rotation! --------------------------------- Make sure to always add some stabili...