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  • 🔥FULL BODY WORKOUT 🔥
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🏋🏽‍♂️EXERCISES:
- Alt. Battle Ropes x 30 Slams
- - Kettlebell Clean & Press x 5 Reps
- Kettlebell Single Arm Row x 5 Reps
- Kettlebell Single Arm Swings x 5 Reps
- Bosu Burpee Rows x 10 Reps
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⏱ DIRECTIONS:
- 3-5 Sets
- 60 Sec. Rest
- Perform 5 reps on each side!
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#bardajifit #30minforthesoul
  • 🔥FULL BODY WORKOUT 🔥
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    🏋🏽‍♂️EXERCISES:
    - Alt. Battle Ropes x 30 Slams
    - - Kettlebell Clean & Press x 5 Reps
    - Kettlebell Single Arm Row x 5 Reps
    - Kettlebell Single Arm Swings x 5 Reps
    - Bosu Burpee Rows x 10 Reps
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    ⏱ DIRECTIONS:
    - 3-5 Sets
    - 60 Sec. Rest
    - Perform 5 reps on each side!
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    #bardajifit #30minforthesoul
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  • Really excited to be building new relationships...
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  • Prometo que en breve subo a mi galería algo dulce... 😋 para recordaros a muchos/as de vosotros/as, porque estáis aquí!
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Pero es que lo de hoy se merece una mini crónica. Si lo del pasado miércoles era digno de dejarlo para la posteridad, lo de hoy, quizá más ❤
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[23.03.19] Mañana se cumplen 2 semanas de mi primera maratón. Y ya desde inicios de semana, el cuerpo me pedía tirada larga; antojos que tiene una. No me he estado de salir estos últimos días, con Canal de St Jeroni incluida... Hoy iba con un objetivo en mente marcado (por no decir marcadísimo; súper proyectada en hacer unos 33...) Taaaanto, que se me ha olvidado lo básico, lo esencial, lo que hizo que me enganchase a esto! Alguien adivina el qué? El disfrutaaaaar! En el km 21, notándome bastante cansada de piernas, la mente me ha empezado a traicionar a mi misma. Espiral súper negativa y no había manera... Sientiéndome fatal. Me veía a 15km de casa, y sin fuerzas para correr ni 100m continuos. Corría con la mente anclada en la emoción incorrecta, sin duda. Todo es cuestión de coco (yo digo que es corazón, emoción) pero vaya, que la limitación no es física! Y así varios kilómetros más. Andar me estaba doliendo en lo más profundo de mi orgullo. Hemos hablado de medallas con mi compi... y ha hecho una reflexion tan sumamente acertada, que creo que he oído "el click" literalmente en mi mente. A partir de ahí, correr, correr y correr sin parar hasta el punto de inicio. • Alucinante! • .
A veces, nos alejamos ligeramente del enfoque correcto de las cosas, sin saber el porque... suerte la mía que corro con el BCE (#BestCoachEver) y su positividad y su forma de concebir la vida son el golpe de efecto que te devuelve al enfoque adecuado. Hoy no #meesperabamás, pero ha acabado siendo aún mejor de lo esperado! TOP no, más; #sobrecogedor!
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Hoy no hay frase molona >10km por mi parte! Si el BCE quiere dejarla aquí anotada, encantada estaré, y sino, ídem! 😊 Mil gracias de nuevo @i.zumaquero. Respecto a tus casi 35km, no sé si felicitarte o pedirte disculpas por empañarte este nuevo récord personal... Prometo que habrán muchos más!
  • Prometo que en breve subo a mi galería algo dulce... 😋 para recordaros a muchos/as de vosotros/as, porque estáis aquí!
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    Pero es que lo de hoy se merece una mini crónica. Si lo del pasado miércoles era digno de dejarlo para la posteridad, lo de hoy, quizá más ❤
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    [23.03.19] Mañana se cumplen 2 semanas de mi primera maratón. Y ya desde inicios de semana, el cuerpo me pedía tirada larga; antojos que tiene una. No me he estado de salir estos últimos días, con Canal de St Jeroni incluida... Hoy iba con un objetivo en mente marcado (por no decir marcadísimo; súper proyectada en hacer unos 33...) Taaaanto, que se me ha olvidado lo básico, lo esencial, lo que hizo que me enganchase a esto! Alguien adivina el qué? El disfrutaaaaar! En el km 21, notándome bastante cansada de piernas, la mente me ha empezado a traicionar a mi misma. Espiral súper negativa y no había manera... Sientiéndome fatal. Me veía a 15km de casa, y sin fuerzas para correr ni 100m continuos. Corría con la mente anclada en la emoción incorrecta, sin duda. Todo es cuestión de coco (yo digo que es corazón, emoción) pero vaya, que la limitación no es física! Y así varios kilómetros más. Andar me estaba doliendo en lo más profundo de mi orgullo. Hemos hablado de medallas con mi compi... y ha hecho una reflexion tan sumamente acertada, que creo que he oído "el click" literalmente en mi mente. A partir de ahí, correr, correr y correr sin parar hasta el punto de inicio. • Alucinante! • .
    A veces, nos alejamos ligeramente del enfoque correcto de las cosas, sin saber el porque... suerte la mía que corro con el BCE ( #BestCoachEver) y su positividad y su forma de concebir la vida son el golpe de efecto que te devuelve al enfoque adecuado. Hoy no #meesperabamás, pero ha acabado siendo aún mejor de lo esperado! TOP no, más; #sobrecogedor!
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    Hoy no hay frase molona >10km por mi parte! Si el BCE quiere dejarla aquí anotada, encantada estaré, y sino, ídem! 😊 Mil gracias de nuevo @i.zumaquero. Respecto a tus casi 35km, no sé si felicitarte o pedirte disculpas por empañarte este nuevo récord personal... Prometo que habrán muchos más!
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  • @aliciagowans_wbffpro 🔥🙏🏻
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You’re a fathead… literally
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Fat we consume is digested & either used for energy, stored in adipose (fat) tissue, or incorporated into other body tissues and organs.
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Many of our body tissues are lipid (aka fat) based, including our brains & the fatty sheath that insulates our nervous systems. Our cell membranes are made of phospholipids, which means they’re fat-based too. Thus, the fat we consume literally becomes part of our cells. It can powerfully influence how our cells communicate and interact.
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For example, fat can affect signaling molecules that influence blood vessel constriction, inflammation, blood clotting, pain, airway constriction, etc. Since our brains are fat-based, changes in fat composition can affect transmission of nervous system impulses.
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For this reason, balancing our fat intake can promote optimal functioning of our entire body. Its important that we emphasize whole food fat sources in our diets, & supplement as necessary.
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There are 3 main types of dietary fat: saturated, monounsaturated, and polyunsaturated (swipe left).
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The difference between saturated and unsaturated fats lies in the bond structure. (Swipe left).
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Saturated fats contain no double bonds. Each carbon (C) has two hydrogens (H). The chain is “saturated” with hydrogens. Because of this chemical configuration, saturated fats are generally solid at room temperature.
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Unsaturated fats, on the other hand, have one or more double bonds between the carbons. Thus not all of the carbons have hydrogens stuck to them. This puts a “kink” in the chain.
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Good fats include monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats. Bad ones include industrial-made trans fats. Saturated fats fall somewhere in the middle.
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Get a mix of fat types from whole, unprocessed, high-quality foods. These include nuts, seeds (hemp, flax, & chia are especially nutritious), fish, seaweed, pasture-raised/grass-fed animals/eggs, olives, avocado, coconut, & cacao nibs. Avoid industrially processed, artificially created, & factory farmed foods, which contain unhealthy fats.
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Keep it simple. Don’t worry too much about exact % & grams. Supplement with 1-2 g of algae oil or about 3-
  • @aliciagowans_wbffpro 🔥🙏🏻
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    You’re a fathead… literally
    .
    Fat we consume is digested & either used for energy, stored in adipose (fat) tissue, or incorporated into other body tissues and organs.
    .
    Many of our body tissues are lipid (aka fat) based, including our brains & the fatty sheath that insulates our nervous systems. Our cell membranes are made of phospholipids, which means they’re fat-based too. Thus, the fat we consume literally becomes part of our cells. It can powerfully influence how our cells communicate and interact.
    .
    For example, fat can affect signaling molecules that influence blood vessel constriction, inflammation, blood clotting, pain, airway constriction, etc. Since our brains are fat-based, changes in fat composition can affect transmission of nervous system impulses.
    .
    For this reason, balancing our fat intake can promote optimal functioning of our entire body. Its important that we emphasize whole food fat sources in our diets, & supplement as necessary.
    .
    There are 3 main types of dietary fat: saturated, monounsaturated, and polyunsaturated (swipe left).
    .
    The difference between saturated and unsaturated fats lies in the bond structure. (Swipe left).
    .
    Saturated fats contain no double bonds. Each carbon (C) has two hydrogens (H). The chain is “saturated” with hydrogens. Because of this chemical configuration, saturated fats are generally solid at room temperature.
    .
    Unsaturated fats, on the other hand, have one or more double bonds between the carbons. Thus not all of the carbons have hydrogens stuck to them. This puts a “kink” in the chain.
    .
    Good fats include monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats. Bad ones include industrial-made trans fats. Saturated fats fall somewhere in the middle.
    .
    Get a mix of fat types from whole, unprocessed, high-quality foods. These include nuts, seeds (hemp, flax, & chia are especially nutritious), fish, seaweed, pasture-raised/grass-fed animals/eggs, olives, avocado, coconut, & cacao nibs. Avoid industrially processed, artificially created, & factory farmed foods, which contain unhealthy fats.
    .
    Keep it simple. Don’t worry too much about exact % & grams. Supplement with 1-2 g of algae oil or about 3-
  •  5  1  2 minutes ago
  • @aliciagowans_wbffpro 🔥🙏🏻
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You’re a fathead… literally
.
Fat we consume is digested & either used for energy, stored in adipose (fat) tissue, or incorporated into other body tissues and organs.
.
Many of our body tissues are lipid (aka fat) based, including our brains & the fatty sheath that insulates our nervous systems. Our cell membranes are made of phospholipids, which means they’re fat-based too. Thus, the fat we consume literally becomes part of our cells. It can powerfully influence how our cells communicate and interact.
.
For example, fat can affect signaling molecules that influence blood vessel constriction, inflammation, blood clotting, pain, airway constriction, etc. Since our brains are fat-based, changes in fat composition can affect transmission of nervous system impulses.
.
For this reason, balancing our fat intake can promote optimal functioning of our entire body. Its important that we emphasize whole food fat sources in our diets, & supplement as necessary.
.
There are 3 main types of dietary fat: saturated, monounsaturated, and polyunsaturated (swipe left).
.
The difference between saturated and unsaturated fats lies in the bond structure. (Swipe left).
.
Saturated fats contain no double bonds. Each carbon (C) has two hydrogens (H). The chain is “saturated” with hydrogens. Because of this chemical configuration, saturated fats are generally solid at room temperature.
.
Unsaturated fats, on the other hand, have one or more double bonds between the carbons. Thus not all of the carbons have hydrogens stuck to them. This puts a “kink” in the chain.
.
Good fats include monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats. Bad ones include industrial-made trans fats. Saturated fats fall somewhere in the middle.
.
Get a mix of fat types from whole, unprocessed, high-quality foods. These include nuts, seeds (hemp, flax, & chia are especially nutritious), fish, seaweed, pasture-raised/grass-fed animals/eggs, olives, avocado, coconut, & cacao nibs. Avoid industrially processed, artificially created, & factory farmed foods, which contain unhealthy fats.
.
Keep it simple. Don’t worry too much about exact % & grams. Supplement with 1-2 g of algae oil or about 3-
  • @aliciagowans_wbffpro 🔥🙏🏻
    .
    You’re a fathead… literally
    .
    Fat we consume is digested & either used for energy, stored in adipose (fat) tissue, or incorporated into other body tissues and organs.
    .
    Many of our body tissues are lipid (aka fat) based, including our brains & the fatty sheath that insulates our nervous systems. Our cell membranes are made of phospholipids, which means they’re fat-based too. Thus, the fat we consume literally becomes part of our cells. It can powerfully influence how our cells communicate and interact.
    .
    For example, fat can affect signaling molecules that influence blood vessel constriction, inflammation, blood clotting, pain, airway constriction, etc. Since our brains are fat-based, changes in fat composition can affect transmission of nervous system impulses.
    .
    For this reason, balancing our fat intake can promote optimal functioning of our entire body. Its important that we emphasize whole food fat sources in our diets, & supplement as necessary.
    .
    There are 3 main types of dietary fat: saturated, monounsaturated, and polyunsaturated (swipe left).
    .
    The difference between saturated and unsaturated fats lies in the bond structure. (Swipe left).
    .
    Saturated fats contain no double bonds. Each carbon (C) has two hydrogens (H). The chain is “saturated” with hydrogens. Because of this chemical configuration, saturated fats are generally solid at room temperature.
    .
    Unsaturated fats, on the other hand, have one or more double bonds between the carbons. Thus not all of the carbons have hydrogens stuck to them. This puts a “kink” in the chain.
    .
    Good fats include monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats. Bad ones include industrial-made trans fats. Saturated fats fall somewhere in the middle.
    .
    Get a mix of fat types from whole, unprocessed, high-quality foods. These include nuts, seeds (hemp, flax, & chia are especially nutritious), fish, seaweed, pasture-raised/grass-fed animals/eggs, olives, avocado, coconut, & cacao nibs. Avoid industrially processed, artificially created, & factory farmed foods, which contain unhealthy fats.
    .
    Keep it simple. Don’t worry too much about exact % & grams. Supplement with 1-2 g of algae oil or about 3-
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