My rules. Masa training especially #squat#bench and #deadlift , try the heaviest weight that we can lift with best technique and form. Masa game, all out janji boleh angkat, cepat, dan dapat point. Tp jarang la all out. Takut injury. Jgn kata injury, kulit gelap n calar sikit pun kalau boleh nk dielakan. Hahahaha. #smartgympontian#smartfitcamp#mesotropinpontian#MFCpontian#MFCazad#pontian#johor .
Repost from @squat_university @TopRankRepost #TopRankRepost It's simple - lifting big weights is all about efficiency. Those who are able to lift tremendous weight (and continue do so for a long time without huge injuries in their lifetimes) make every lift look the exact same. 👍🏼
Like @jamestatumusa says, "until you've can make 85% look like your 30%, you haven't reached an acceptable level of movement consistency."👊🏼
Quality over quantity. If you keep this mindset good things will happen! ✅ If you don't have this capability yet, stop pushing heaver and heavier weight until you can improve your movement quality. If not, two things will happen. 1st, you will increase your risk for injury by moving big weight with less than stellar technique. 2nd, you will reinforce poor movement and limit your long term potential to lift even more weight! 👎🏼
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“Just when you think you know love, something little comes along to remind you just how big it really is” - unknown #lovestitchedshop
2010-2011, I lived in Pune, India teaching yoga and in a yogi house with Myself and another Friend from the US. this was our beautiful housekeeper Shoupa.😍
Shoupa touched my heart, not only did she look after our home, she looked after us as well. She genuinely cared for our wellbeing.
I remember one day I was laying on the couch, half asleep half awake and Shoupa was doing her thing. She came and sat on the edge of the couch and stroked my hair till I feel asleep. .
I woke up and she’d finished and had left for the day. I went into the kitchen and she’d prepared dinner for us.
Shoupa didn’t have to cook meals for us, but she always did. Sometimes she’d kill us with the chilli 🌶 but we think it was because she enjoyed our reactions, as we’d squeel from the heat before bursting into laughter. .
Shoupa didn’t speak English and we didn’t speak Hindi. But we were always able to communicate with each other and there was never a misunderstanding. we all spoke from our hearts through our eyes, tones of voice, hand gestures and very bad drawings. 🙈
I see this image of her and it always makes me smile, as I think of her kindness. Her gentleness truly made my life there a lighter one. .
Thank you Shoupa❤️🙏