💥From @ryanwoodtraining : Pushups are a favorite exercise of mine to help build strength in the upper body. Regardless of your strength level there's a variation here for you.
👀Let's see what we've got shall we?
💥If you're a beginner or newer to strength training don't worry if you don't think you're strong enough to do pushups. You no longer need to struggle doing them from the ground or your knees. Instead, elevate your hands onto a bench, bar, or box so that you can work on your technique in a position you feel strong enough in. And, as you get stronger you'll be able to move closer and closer to the ground and eventually be knocking out reps.
💥If you're a bit past the beginner stage and have built some strength you might be considered an intermediate. To build more strength here, performing high-quality bodyweight pushups is definitely an option as well as variations like spiderman pushups and 1-leg pushups to challenge your core a little more, too. -
💥If you're an advanced lifter, don't think for one second that pushups are 'too easy' for you. There's always a way to make em as tough as you want. You can add plenty of resistance through bands and chains, or even strap a heavy weight vest on while performing pushups.
💥Give these variations a try depending on your current strength levels and let's see if you can progress from one level to the next over time.
If you have any questions just drop me a line below 💪
Post inspired by @amandabucci. Not many people know that I’ve been through my fair share of binge eating phases after dropping all my weight! YUP! I am human like everyone else and can’t manage to stay shredded year round. 🤫 There’s been situations where I’d punish myself severely for eating a few extra calories. Those punishments only lead me into months worth of binge eating, I was eating 7,000+ calories daily. I kept questioning myself as I was eating, but kept on digging in deeper lol srs. This has a lot to do as to why I would be in a calorie deficit year round. I’d keep falling into binge eating and wouldn’t want all the fat gain on me. So I would just keep cutting and cutting and doing more cardio than the next guy.... phew... glad that’s over with! My relationship with food this time around has come more than a long way! No longer looking at food as a fat, carb, or protein, (but still having my daily goals of course) and I feel amazing! Now with that said I do plan on starting a cut around February, just to see how much more shredded I can get than ever, but we’ll cross that bridge when it comes! 😏
👂There's plenty of debate from both sides about what the superior method is for fat loss. Is it lifting? Is it cardio? -
💪While you can do one or the other in order to lose fat, I prefer most people focus on lifting, while using cardio as a tool for additional fat loss.
🔥One thing to keep in mind when dieting is that your total calories are going to determine your weight loss. As long as you're in a deficit you will lose fat. It doesn't matter if you create that deficit from lifting or from cardio, the weight loss will be equated.
🏋️Now, the type of weight loss will be affected by the type of exercise you do. Most people like to have some muscle definition so if this is your thing then you'll definitely want to include some weight training into your routine.
💥Lifting at least 3x per week is a great start for a lot of people looking to lose fat and get fit. -
🚴🏻Instead of slugging away doing cardio only, put a higher priority on lifting and nutrition before you add endless hours of cardio simply to burn calories.
🔨🔧I tend to view cardio more as a fat loss tool instead of the main driver of fat loss (which I'd say comes down to your nutrition first and foremost).
❓What's given you the best results? More lifting? More cardio? One or the other? Let me know below.
Did you know I offer online coaching? If you need help reaching your fitness goals just let me know and I'd be happy to chat 😊.
@ShapeScale commercial featuring DIAKADI Trainer Paul Wright (@thatgetwright). Give this guy his own video game already! Check out Paul in our bio!
If there's ever been a song that makes you leap out of your chair, dance in public or act a fool in da club -- THIS IS IT!! You might as well crank up the volume and push back from your desk, because every part of your body will want to move with this song!
We love the playfulness of the moves and music because we believe that working out should be FUN -- not punishment! Research shows that the more enjoyable to workout, the more likely you'll stick to it. Here's proof that REFIT is the most enjoyable workout you'll ever participate in, and guess what else? REFIT is a community of your biggest fans and loudest cheerleaders. #yeayou @its99percent
Tu devras toujours te battre plus que lui 👊, lever plus lourd 🏋️♂️, courir plus vite 🏃♂️, aller plus loin 🚀, tu devras toujours te faire plus mal, Crier plus fort , et souffrir encore plus que lui 💀, tu devras toujours puiser plus loin, pour viser plus haut et tomber plus bas pour te relever plus vite, tu devras toujours y croire surmonter tes doutes pour te réinventer sans cesse quand tu te demanderas pourquoi rappelle toi que ton plus grand adversaire, ce seras toujours TOI.
Bonne soirée à tous 💪 et bon training 🏋️♂️
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Stay focus 🦈🌊🔥😌
❄️ ⛄️ Day 1 of 12 days of fitness ⛄️ ❄️ -
DAY 1 is a simple full body workout you can do anywhere! Absolutely no equipment needed and great to use as either a warm up or burn out during your workout sessions!
I did 2 rounds of 30 seconds of each exercise making up my 5 minute workout, but you could easily make this into a full workout by doing each exercise for longer or doing more rounds!
1. Knee up run
3. Push ups
4. Side to side jumps
5. Mountain Climbers
I'm going to be releasing a workout video everyday on the lead up to the big day! Subscribe to keep up to date and keep your eyes peeled for Day 2 coming tomorrow!
Please visit, like and subscribe to my YouTube channel to take part in DAY 1: https://youtu.be/4bX2KAu-du0
STRENGTH TRAINING FOR 5KM RUNNERS
Strength-training sessions help improve running performance and decrease risk of injury
Runners want to gain muscle strength without gaining more weight and are able to with the proper strength-training programing
Here we have one of my clients attempting to improve his 5km time, we based our training on the force velocity curve, staying between 1.5m/s and 1.75m/s (speed strength and starting strength)
The lifts above were at 100kg
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