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30 minutes ago
Yay for A!
It was hard work but I had so much fun in sports school. One more semester to becoming a sports scientist! #sportsscience
43 minutes ago
“The brain does not recognize individual muscles; rather it recognizes patterns of movement.“ - Vern Gambetta
_ 🎶: Till I collapse- Eminem
58 minutes ago
⚠️So check this out⚠️ I’ve had way more tweaks, strains and mild injuries from training and competing my entire life than I can count. My shoulders have taken some nasty beatings and my spine has been compressed from countless heavy sums of weight tossed on my back for intense squat sessions. That all being said, this pain is only temporary, and those injuries CAN be gradually washed away in a HEALTHY manner. I’ve been working with my buddy, the incredibly talented chiropractor @docfarley here in Fort Worth at MOVE. His expertise regarding the human body and how to keep pesky injuries under control is top notch, and if you are looking for some quality therapy, look my buddy up!💪🏼😜 Ask for David Farley 📞(817)-737-3922
1 hour ago
Dr. Nadine Burke Harris is a pediatrician and the CEO of the Center for Youth Wellness in San Francisco. In her latest book, "The Deepest Well: Healing the Long-term Effects of Childhood Adversity", she discusses how traumatic events during childhood can lead to an increased risk of chronic disease down the road. Listed above are the three primary divisions of adverse childhood experiences. -
Citation: Harris, N. B. (2017). The Deepest Well: Healing the Long-term Effects of Childhood Adversity. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.
2 hours ago
What is a Proper Toe Touch?
The toe touch looks simple enough, and it is. But, attention to form is critical to keep your back healthy and to make the move as effective as possible. Engage your abs as you crunch up and down with control to get the most out of the move.
Standing Toe Touches Instructions
a. Stand with some space in front and behind you.
b.Bend at the waist, keeping your legs straight, until you can relax and let your upper body hang down in front of you. Let your arms and hands hang down naturally. Hold for 10 to 20 seconds.
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2 hours ago
Short sweet and to the point! Think big, take big actions, cultivate big achievements. Have a great day everyone
3 hours ago
@jennasobey back to it after a well earned deload week.
Deload weeks are crucial to your success when training for a prolonged period of time. The length and intensity of a marathon preparation program means that correctly timing your recovery weeks ensures you hit the ground running as you move through different phases of training. If you attempt to just push, push, push eventually your going to break down either through fatigue or injury. ————————————————————————
You must spend the time to structure your training, looking at least 12 weeks ahead to really get the most from it. Sports science and periodisation has come a long way in recent years and it is an important tool when looking to organise many different training variables to allow you to achieve long term goals, whilst adopting a holistic approach to your training.
There’s so much more to it than just following a plan designed to increase your mileage. If you want to make the most of your time and achieve more, look for advice on how to structure your training. It’s not a simple process and just accumulating miles each week will only get you so far. The first component of periodisation is to break the long term plan down into smaller more manageable training phases. These phases then follow a systematic approach to get you to where you want to be, with each phase complimenting the next and ensuring recovery weeks are managed in to prevent you from overtraining. “You get out what you put in” holds true but there needs to be a structure, as you can spend months beating yourself into the ground, working as hard as you possibly can and still not achieve your end goal, instead you may find yourself tired and fatigued and stagnant in your training or worst sideline through an injury that could have easily have been avoided. ————————————————————————
Train Smart, and don’t feel like you have to do it alone. Seek the advice of those that can advise and help you along the way. Individual events are still a team event, your family, coaches and friends are all there with you every step of the way.
3 hours ago
8 hours ago
Wie viel Zeit braucht man sich in Form zu bringen?
Schon ein paar stunden nachdem Sie mit dem Trainig angefangen haben, beginnt der Körper stärker und gesünder zu werden, aber wenn Sie von ein Sixpack träumen, dann müssen Sie mehr dafür tun.
Megan Anderson und Kollegen (Anderson, Foster, McGuigan, Seebach, & Porcari, 2004) an der University von Wisconsin–La Crosse, welche die körperlichen Übungen erforschen und entwickeln, haben ein Experiment durchgeführt , bei welchem 25 Freiwillige, die einen bewegungsarmen Lebensstill führen, für 6 Wochen ein Programm mit körperlichem Training befolgten. Obwohl die Probanden alle vorgaben eingehalten haben, hatte niemand von ihnen nach dem Experiment merkliche körperliche Veränderung ihrer Figur.
Jedoch bedeutet das nicht, dass nichts mit ihnen passiert ist. Bereits nach ein paar Kraft-Trainings hat unsere Gehirn gelernt mehr Muskelfasern gleichzeitig anzusprechen.
Solch eine "neurale Aktivierung" erfolgt schon nach kurzer Zeit, und erlaubt uns, fast sofort (sehr schnell) stärker zu werden. Dies geschieht lange bevor Muskeln anfangen zu Wachsen.
Weitere Kraftverstärkungen ergeben sich wenn die einzelnen Muskelfasern in den Muskeln größer werden welches bei intensivem Training in nur zwei Wochen beginnt. Aber es dauert länger, bis sich diese Veränderungen bemerkbar machen: Selbst mit ausgeklügelten Laborgeräten können Forscher Änderungen der Fett- und Muskelzusammensetzung normalerweise erst nach etwa neun Wochen Training feststellen.
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8 hours ago
After years of hip issues, forcing my hand in a BJJ hiatus culminating in an inability to squat, deadlift or jump over the last 6 months & killed the dream of running marathons I never had, I finally got X-rays done. They confirmed a “cam lesion”, usually caused by a change in growth plates before the skeleton fully develops (insert short jokes here), & a torn labrum. Whilst the area is exaggerated, essentially the green area in the pic should not be there. We’ll do everything to avoid surgery (bone shave is an increasing popular option 😬), try a ton of “rehab” work before an injection to try calm it & go from there... 👴🏻
9 hours ago
Oh, hi everyone, it’s Gary Ablett Junior Senior here from the Geelong Cats football team. How are you? Cool! Hey, something I really enjoy on a Monday evening is a bit of light manipulation set against a brick veneer backdrop. For atmosphere I love just having fun with colours and texture. Tonight I’ve fashioned a makeshift curtain out of a burnt orange picnic blanket and hung it in front of a quarter-inch tape machine (partly obscured) that I use for mixing down my demos. I’ve stuck up a couple of cool Milo cycling posters to relax me, then I let Sue Walker work her magic on the old Ham & Eggs and I feel like new again! Okay everyone, have a great week! #garyablett #juniorsenior #burntorange #hamandeggs #milo
10 hours ago
On the 4th day of Lunar New Year, enrol back to school. Looking forward to classes in coming months, a new resolution for 2018. #sportstrainer #sportsscience #攝影跑者
11 hours ago
Totally agree with @tdathletesedge being truly strong can solve a lot of problems.
12 hours ago
Speed Work.....Track Season coming up FAST.
13 hours ago
Not sure why quads are always focused on during ACL rehab. The hamstrings pull the tibia back which is the opposite to what the ACL does. So why not help the ACL like @strengthcoachtherapy suggests?
14 hours ago
It’s no secret that kale is one of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet. I like baking kale as "chips", as well as adding it to my salads. Perhaps one nutritional quality of kale that folks often overlook is its powerful antioxidant properties. Kale is one of the few vegetables that contains both quercetin and kaempferol, and it also contains lutein, which is quickly becoming a "hot" ingredient due to its capacity to protect the eyes from potentially harmful high-energy blue light (e.g., digital screens).
15 hours ago
What you can learn by watching someone performing exercises.
15 hours ago
17 hours ago
Wanneroo Football Club, taking their pre-season seriously. Haven't seen these guys for a few weeks and the improvement they have made has been unreal. Can't wait to see how they respond to the next training block. 💪🏼. .
.🏆"The Best Athlete Is Made During The Off-Season" 🏆
18 hours ago
Sunday Strength, I do one strength session a week & this one included Hex Dead with Bar reversed, 5 sets x 5 reps increased loading, got the movement from @dr.joelseedman_ahp, Isometric hold reverse hyper with band, 15-20 seconds x 5 reps, & 5 sets Cage Pull Ups to failure. Love Posterior, Posterior, Posterior!! Then 2 ancillary strength days which include additional core, traps/neck & hamstrings.
Even at soon to be 53 (100% PED, TRT & Rx free) not for a few months but 32 years, & proud of that, the maintenance of lean mass & strength for me is effortless. If I sound like a jerk, I dont see this as an asset. I'm completely unimpressed with this genetic make-up!! While I remain grateful to God for my health & thankful for the opportunity to attempt to manipulate my genetics to the greatest extent, I would love to be 40Ibs/18kg fewer.
Endurance athletes like Chris Algieri
@chris_Algieri & athletes with replicable power, is what impresses me most.
I have spent my entire life in an effort to alter my genetic make of 90% (hyperbole of course) IIb fibers to at least adapt characteristics of IIa via many years of endurance & cross-bioenergetic conditioning, I gave up on the 5 Type I fibers I own. Although Iia potential for hypertrophy proposes problems as well. Inevitability I had some success with this & capacity for MMA bioenergetics or 3x5 mins, as example, was reached. But even so still a far greater endurance capacity with grappling arts as opposed to stand-up. I attempt to manipulate & condition my own genetics to Fightsport bioenergetics because I exclusively focus on, and love, fight physiology.
The point, the variability amongst Biomotor strengths from fighter to fighter may of course be significant due to genetics & years of conditioning protocols specific to their discipline. So, while all phases of preparation should be addressed, there may be room for lengthening, shortening, or adjusting a preparation phase according to the athletic qualities in which your fighter excels or may lag. Will an MMA Featherweight at 5'5" require the same Biomotor enhancement as one that is 5'10", each with comparable body fat, perhaps, or perhaps not even remotely.
18 hours ago
#Repost @pecanhatiago with @get_repost
👉Já vimos que o treinamento intervalado de alta intensidade (HIIT) é muito eficiente para melhorar a aptidão aeróbia. Mas será que o HIIT também ajuda a perder aqueles quilinhos a mais ?
👉 Uma recente revisão sistemática reunindo 39 estudos e 617 indivíduos demonstrou que o treinamento intervalado de alta intensidade é eficaz na redução da massa total de gordura, da gordura abdominal e da gordura visceral.
👉 De maneira interessante, melhores resultados foram obtidos em obesos e com corrida, mas parece não haver diferenças entre homens e mulheres nos resultados.
👉 Em relação à configuração do treino, parece que estímulos “menos intensos (ex: 80-90%), mas mais duradouros” são mais eficazes do que estímulos “mais intensos (> 90%) e mais curtos” para redução da gordura abdominal/visceral. Mas esta última afirmação ainda carece de mais estudos, principalmente porque a manipulação das variáveis do treinamento intervalado permite múltiplas combinações (intensidade e duração dos estímulos, número de repetições e séries, e duração e intensidade da recuperação).
⚠️ Por fim, é necessário lembrar que embora o treinamento intervalado seja muito eficiente para o ganho de aptidão aeróbia e a perda de gordura, a prática dessa modalidade de exercício envolve aumento do estresse cardiovascular e ortopédico, e por estes motivos, a sua aplicação não é apropriada para grupos de risco. É também de grande importância a orientação por profissionais gabaritados.
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19 hours ago
References to last post:
DiVasta, A., Feldman, H., O'Donnell, J., Long, J., Leonard, M. and Gordon, C. (2017). Effect of Exercise and Antidepressants on Skeletal Outcomes in Adolescent Girls With Anorexia Nervosa. Journal of Adolescent Health, 60(2), pp.229-232.
Jaffery, A., Edwards, M. and Loprinzi, P. (2017). Randomized Control Intervention Evaluating the Effects of Acute Exercise on Depression and Mood Profile: Solomon Experimental Design. Mayo Clinic Proceedings, 92(3), pp.480-481.
Knapen, J., Vancampfort, D., Moriën, Y. and Marchal, Y. (2014). Exercise therapy improves both mental and physical health in patients with major depression. Disability and Rehabilitation, 37(16), pp.1490-1495.
Schuch, F., Vasconcelos-Moreno, M., Borowsky, C., Zimmermann, A., Rocha, N. and Fleck, M. (2015). Exercise and severe major depression: Effect on symptom severity and quality of life at discharge in an inpatient cohort. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 61, pp.25-32.
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19 hours ago
Exercise can be just as effective as antidepressants and psychotherapy when treating mild to moderate depression. Exercise has also been shown to be valuable when treating severe depression however should be used alongside other therapies. The improvement in physical health could have a link to the mental health benefits as exercise will improve body image, people’s coping strategies when dealing with stress, quality of life and in older adults has been shown to improve independence (Knapen et al, 2014). The above benefits were also found in a study by Schuch et al (2015) who also found that if you add-on exercise to conventional therapy, exercise can be used to reduce the symptoms of depression and also improve quality of life. The study discusses many reasons as to why exercise could improve mental health symptoms, some of which are, improved sleep, improved self-esteem, and also sexual function as the study claims that exercise can improve sexual function more than antidepressants. Biologically, exercise has also shown to have benefits. These include changes in metabolism, serotonin and beta-endorphin levels. Jaffery et al (2017) found that even as little as a 5-minute walk at a pace set by the person could improve overall mood.
When treating anorexia nervosa, antidepressants were shown to have a negative effect on bone mineral density. Exercise was said to do the opposite and could improve bone mineral density and may improve some of the things that have been mentioned above (DiVasta et al, 2017). References on next post.
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19 hours ago
7.5kg PB + 127.5kg deadlift 🎉
👉 SWIPE FOR VIDS
Megan & I learn a lot everytime we prep for a comp - this time it was that a 2 week trip to NY 2 weeks out probably wasn't ideal, but was so necessary 🤷♀️
Bench has been an elusive demon, UNTIL NOW! Opened with a 5kg PB, added 2.5kg to her second but missed the third. We got what we came for ➰
1 week ago
My name is Ayana, and I hope to become a strength and conditioning coach at a university post graduation. I am currently pursuing my master's degree in sports science after I completed my bachelor's degree in exercise science.
Now about this page. This page is for everyone... for people that want to improve their health, for people who are athletes, for people who love lifting, etc. My main focus (for now) may be lifting (powerlifting and olympic lifting) since I am a recreational lifter. Though I was a swimmer for 10 years and enjoy playing many sports, I have not been a competitive athlete since high school. BUT... the goal is to become a collegiate strength coach, so of course atheltics will be a focus.
Join me on this journey through graduate school, studying for certifications, learning about programming and nutrition, and enjoying picking things up and putting them down at the gym.
You all may learn something new, and so will I. I made this page for others, but I also made the page so that I can learn. Posting forces me to research and stay up to date with all things strengh and conditioning, health, and fitness.
Side Note: if you read something that doesn't quite sound right, let me know. Everybody makes mistakes and needs others to help foster learning. Help me help you.
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