Lækkert og hurtig aftensmad 😍.
Dagen idag har stået på morgen hygge med familien og sener kæreste tid 😍🙏🏻 imorgen står den på løbetur og snak med @positivlivsstil.dk og jeg glæder mig . Har haft et par hvile dage, da mine ben ikke har ville det jeg ville 😔🐌
Idag fik jeg prøvede mit nye vafel jern👆🏻🤤.
Opskriften på protein vaflerne :
60 g moset banan
2 hele æg (brug pasteuriserede hvis du vil være på den sikre side)
3 spsk havregryn
3 spsk mælk
1 lille tsk bagepulver
30 g proteinpulver (jeg brugte valleprotein)
50 g mager kvark/skyr eller fromage frais
Bland de tørre ingredienser og tilsæt gradvist de våde og lad dejen hvile et par minutter.
Here is some more action on the TRX straps. Again, I freaking LOVE these straps bc they are so versatile!! There are so many workouts you can do on this one piece of equipment!!! The first move is a Face Pull. These are usually done on a cable machine, but the benefit of using TRX is that you're also working your core/abs too. This move concentrates on your posterior shoulder muscles (delts) as well as upper back. It is a great exercise for building great reinforcement stability around that shoulder joint. Most people neglect those posterior shoulder muscles which leaves you very injury prone when it comes to sports. Adjust the resistance by stepping down lower to the floor for harder and stepping up more vertical for less resistance. I am immediately able to work the opposite side of my body with a push up by facing down. The resistance works the same way with this. These require more shoulder stabilization that a regular floor push up. Try to get your arms evenly centered (I think I was a tad off here from the looks of this video). This exercise emphasizes the anterior shoulder muscles as well as the upper chest (depending on how low to the ground you are). #privategym#privatetrainer#heathtx#womenstrainer#SouthernBellTrainer#southernbelletrainer#shoulderworkout#chestworkout#trxworkout#rockwalltrainers#rockwalltx
HAVE YOU EVER SPRAINED OR BROKEN YOUR ANKLE? 👟
When a joint somehow ends up in a position that it has never been in before, injury is likely to result. Think of a basketball player inadvertently rolling his ankle upon landing on a defender's foot, for example. 🏀
The position that someone gets hurt in is often the one that is never practiced or trained. The goal of Ankle CAR's is to take the ankle through its full range of motion. CAR's will help you explore what you currently have so that you can address your mobility restrictions and prevent injuries.
The first step of this #SaturdayScreen is to slide the front foot forward until you can no longer keep your full foot on the ground. This is the maximum amount of plantarflexion that you have. From here, take the ankle through its full range of motion in a slow and controlled fashion, and think about drawing as big a circle as possible with your foot. Lift the foot up, turn it out, turn it in, and press it down, as Coach @dan_cerone demonstrates above. Be sure to rotate in both directions here.
To truly isolate the ankle joint, make sure no motion occurs in the shin bone. This is why Dan keeps his hands on his tibial plateau, which is the little bump below his knee. He's making sure the bump doesn't move while performing this.
Note any sticking points and restrictions that occur during the CAR's. A hard tissue end-feel indicates a restriction due to anatomy; a soft tissue end-feel indicates tightness or restrictions that can be addressed with targeted mobility work and further training. Use it or lose it! 👊