Another week of solid training done. They say Sundays the day of rest... yes to a certain extent. Today I did a 5k run in the park this morning and then after my chest meal (mc Donald’s) went to the gym for a 45 minute core workout. This picture was taken after my CHEAT meal which was stupid really but oh well. I hope you all had a productive weekend whatever you got up and you all ready for the challenges ahead for the week to come.
Keep pushing Big Man‼️ The key factors you will need if you want to start going to the gym are MOTIVATION✅ HARD WORK✅ DISCIPLINE✅ without these you will quit after a week 😒 -
❄️❄️❄️Snowing in #london today.
🔥I did a quick fat burner workout in the closed patio, just half an hour before heading out, fast&furious 🤪🔥
The #killingit indoor workout 😉
After a proper warm up, alternate 40 seconds of high knees to floor core work, rest 10 seconds between exercises, 60 seconds between rounds.
I will post the video, with workout tips and exercise descriptions later on during the day ⌛️💡❄️
“FIX YOUR SINGLE LEG DEADLIFT ⁉️🔥 Tag a friend to fix their form!
If you feel like one side of your body is always taking over, then single leg deadlifts are for you. These help train the hip and knee stabilizers - particularly the gluteus medius. As an added bonus, the gluteus medius is the butt muscle that helps give your butt a rounder and more plump appearance from the back.
Here’s 3 exercise progressions:
1️⃣ No weight + arm extended out to side - a common mistake with this exercise is to round your shoulders, by keeping your arm out to the side this will prevent rounding while also helping balance.
2️⃣ Weight on same side as working leg - once you’ve mastered the basic pattern, (still holding the wall) drop your arm down in front and either perform with just bodyweight or with a light dumbbell.
3️⃣ Weight on opposite side as working leg (no support) - holding the dumbbell in the opposite arm from your working leg, focus on bracing your core and keeping your shoulders and hips aligned.
Overall, we’re moving from a no weight, very supported movement to a heavier weight, less supported movement. Focus on hinging at your hips and you’ll nail this in no time!
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