Which one was crazier 1 or 2? 🔥
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Self Reminder: Results only WORK when YOU Do! Btw i look great not sure why Kev shirt so big. #JustTrain#HustleHart
Good arm!👊 @gymbeaston
First YouTube tutorial video will be dropping tomorrow! 🙌🏽 Look forward to hearing feedback as well as anything you’d like to see in the future! happy Tuesday everyone! Lets keep crushing those goals 🙋🏽♂️✊🏽 🦖
Always find a reason to smile 😌
Haircut : @thecoastbarber
Photo : @soner_glrz
Outfit : @levis , @diesel , @versace_official
I made this video with @aloyoga the first week I found out I was pregnant. I think I was about 6 weeks along, no one knew, being it was so early in my pregnancy. I had just got home from Bali, I was extremely tired, felt weak and thought I was already starting to show 😂 I thought for sure someone would see it in me :) Now, with only 25 days to go, I can’t believe how fast it’s all gone. Can’t wait to be making videos again but this time with my little girl with me on the outside :)
“Daddy, you have to eat them in a handstand”
Yesterday I took my little girl raspberry picking. She wasn’t happy with me eating all the berries between sets of handstand practice, so to ration them, she only let me eat them in handstand.
Finding some energy for today... sometimes I find that practicing some more powerful/strength based yoga poses really wakes me up and gets me going. Sometimes I need some quick cardio or strength training. Other days I find the comfort of gentle restorative poses to be more helpful. What works for you?
Here we go with exercise #3 of our core series...
Let's connect the dots between rib position, pelvic position, and connecting to TA's through a common exercise... a PLANK!
❌Top Pic: Is demonstrating a extended thoracic and lumbar spine. As you can see the ribs flare open. As we mentioned in our previous post, if our ribs aren't stacked with the pelvis we aren't able to access a good breath and pelvic floor recruitment which means TA's are sadly not accessed to their full potential 😭
❌Middle Pic: Is showing what we often see when we are told to draw our navel to spine. This cue often elicits a flexed spine, a tucked pelvis and over recruitment of the abdominals. Again, ribs are down and pelvis is tucked. Knowing what we know about our core team, if the diaphragm and pelvic floor aren't in good alignment then TA's are not optimized 😩
✅Bottom Pic: We see a stacked rib cage and pelvis. We can see the glutes are on board and the thoracic spine is active and not hanging in extension. This allows for the diaphragm and pelvic floor to begin their work together to recruit the TA's 👏. This creates an opportunity for the core system to work together as a team and not individual muscles fighting on their own. As @simonsinek would say "Together is Better"! These core muscles working together will help to improve your strength, power, and performance! .
🤓Tip: As practitioners, trainers, and body workers, we need to be reflective about the cues we give clients. Did the cue we use elicit the correct movement in our client?!? 🤔 If not we need to find words that work for that client. There is no one size fits all cue to correct alignment.
Sometimes Your Joy Is The Source Of Your Smile 😊
But Sometimes Your Smile Can Be The Source Of You Joy ❤
-Thich Nhat Hanh-
Catching Up Day 11 of #ForTheLoveOfYoga is variation of #astavakrasana with