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  • πŸ”ΈWHY YOU SHOULD FOCUS ON YOUR CORE AND GLUTES WHEN LOCKING OUT YOUR DEADLIFT - by @breitfitπŸ”Έ

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πŸ“ One of the biggest fears when it comes to deadlifts are lower back injuries. I can’t stress it enough: deadlifts don’t injure your back, it’s flaws in the lifter’s form that can cause this.
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βž• One of those typical flaws is excessive overextending of the lower back when locking out the deadlift. Often times this movement pattern resembles that of an anterior pelvic tilt which is when your pelvis is rotated forward thus forcing your spine to curve. The problem here is the combination of load and overextended lumbar spine which can lead to compressions of your discs in this area.
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βž• Often times this is not due to serious underlying conditions but just a lack of proper motor control. In order to address that make sure your core is engaged !throughout! the whole lift and that you utilize a proper diaphragmatic breathing technique. Often times lifters don’t enter the lockout phase with a braced core which proves fatal as there is no way to properly brace it anymore once your reached the lockout. β €β €β €β €β €β €β €
βž• In addition to that make sure to squeeze your glutes when locking out. This ensures your pelvic being slightly pushed forward into a more spinal friendly position.
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Happy Glute and Core-squeezing. Give it a try and let me know how it worked for you!
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    πŸ”ΈWHY YOU SHOULD FOCUS ON YOUR CORE AND GLUTES WHEN LOCKING OUT YOUR DEADLIFT - by @breitfitπŸ”Έ

    Follow me @gymtricks0 for more
    β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €
    πŸ“ One of the biggest fears when it comes to deadlifts are lower back injuries. I can’t stress it enough: deadlifts don’t injure your back, it’s flaws in the lifter’s form that can cause this.
    β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €
    βž• One of those typical flaws is excessive overextending of the lower back when locking out the deadlift. Often times this movement pattern resembles that of an anterior pelvic tilt which is when your pelvis is rotated forward thus forcing your spine to curve. The problem here is the combination of load and overextended lumbar spine which can lead to compressions of your discs in this area.
    β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €
    βž• Often times this is not due to serious underlying conditions but just a lack of proper motor control. In order to address that make sure your core is engaged !throughout! the whole lift and that you utilize a proper diaphragmatic breathing technique. Often times lifters don’t enter the lockout phase with a braced core which proves fatal as there is no way to properly brace it anymore once your reached the lockout. β €β €β €β €β €β €β €
    βž• In addition to that make sure to squeeze your glutes when locking out. This ensures your pelvic being slightly pushed forward into a more spinal friendly position.
    β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €
    Happy Glute and Core-squeezing. Give it a try and let me know how it worked for you!
    β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €
    πŸ”₯πŸ”ˆπŸ”₯Tag a friend who should see this! I truly appreciate every like, comment and share!

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  • Hello beautiful people! 🌞 After a very inactive day yesterday, I was super happy to be back at the gym today πŸ™ˆ Today I added an extra 5kg onto my hip thrusts, and a bit more weight onto everything else I did. I can feel my muscles growing and becoming stronger everyday! 🀩 Here's what I did, and a little video of my progress (please ignore my butt chin, and the super bad camera angle 😬)
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πŸ‘ Glute activation (resistance band)
- Side to side squat (x15es)
- In and out pulse jumps (x30)
- Clamshells (x20es)
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πŸ‘ Workout 1 (smith machine)
- Kneeling squats (3x15)
- Good mornings (3x15)
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πŸ‘ Superset 1 x3
- Goblet squat (x15)
- Sumo dead lift (x15)
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πŸ‘ Superset 2 x3
- Hip thrusts w resistance band and barbel (x10)
- Seated clamshells w resistance band (x20)
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πŸ‘ Superset 3
- Hyperextensions w weighted disk (3x10)
- Leverage squat (3x10)
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πŸ‘ Workout 2 x3 (cable machine)
- Side leg pull (x10es)
- Side leg push (x10es)
- Glute kickbacks (x10es)
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    @clare.fitness

    Jetts NZ

    Hello beautiful people! 🌞 After a very inactive day yesterday, I was super happy to be back at the gym today πŸ™ˆ Today I added an extra 5kg onto my hip thrusts, and a bit more weight onto everything else I did. I can feel my muscles growing and becoming stronger everyday! 🀩 Here's what I did, and a little video of my progress (please ignore my butt chin, and the super bad camera angle 😬)
    -
    πŸ‘ Glute activation (resistance band)
    - Side to side squat (x15es)
    - In and out pulse jumps (x30)
    - Clamshells (x20es)
    -
    πŸ‘ Workout 1 (smith machine)
    - Kneeling squats (3x15)
    - Good mornings (3x15)
    -
    πŸ‘ Superset 1 x3
    - Goblet squat (x15)
    - Sumo dead lift (x15)
    -
    πŸ‘ Superset 2 x3
    - Hip thrusts w resistance band and barbel (x10)
    - Seated clamshells w resistance band (x20)
    -
    πŸ‘ Superset 3
    - Hyperextensions w weighted disk (3x10)
    - Leverage squat (3x10)
    -
    πŸ‘ Workout 2 x3 (cable machine)
    - Side leg pull (x10es)
    - Side leg push (x10es)
    - Glute kickbacks (x10es)

  •  2  1  5 minutes ago
  • If you’re aiming to grow your glutes, the sumo deadlift can’t be beat.

Not only a great glute builder butt (pun intended) it also happens to be a great way to bulletproof your low back.

A full body, leg building, fat scorching, bang for your buck exercise that will no doubt put you to the test.

The wide sumo stance make this a great option to target the glutes over the hamstrings.

The Romanian  style keeps some brutal time under tension and allows you to lighten the weight and focus the movement.

Focus?

Focus on crushing the glutes at the top of the lift every rep, and maintain a β€œknee out” position (read: create as much external rotaiton at the hip as possible.)
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Ready to Start Training Smarter? Link in Bio
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    @elevatemytraining

    If you’re aiming to grow your glutes, the sumo deadlift can’t be beat.

    Not only a great glute builder butt (pun intended) it also happens to be a great way to bulletproof your low back.

    A full body, leg building, fat scorching, bang for your buck exercise that will no doubt put you to the test.

    The wide sumo stance make this a great option to target the glutes over the hamstrings.

    The Romanian style keeps some brutal time under tension and allows you to lighten the weight and focus the movement.

    Focus?

    Focus on crushing the glutes at the top of the lift every rep, and maintain a β€œknee out” position (read: create as much external rotaiton at the hip as possible.)
    -
    Ready to Start Training Smarter? Link in Bio

  •  2  1  12 minutes ago
  • Legs and Bum workout to do at home! Simple, gentle yet verrrry effective πŸ‘ .
Frog Squats 30s
Frog Pulse 30s
Donkey Kicks 30s
~10s rest in between~
Repeat 4x πŸ”₯
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β™₯️Marsella Margareth
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    @marsellamargareth

    Legs and Bum workout to do at home! Simple, gentle yet verrrry effective πŸ‘ .
    Frog Squats 30s
    Frog Pulse 30s
    Donkey Kicks 30s
    ~10s rest in between~
    Repeat 4x πŸ”₯
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    β™₯️Marsella Margareth

  •  10  1  16 minutes ago
  • Starting to feel strong physically and mentally. Both so important but mental is so important to me. The gym is one of the places that I get me time, can focus on me and just makes me feel better. This time around being postpartum as soon as the doc said I was able to go back to the gym I went that day. I wanted to do whatever I could to try and  not get postpartum depression once again. It’s nothing to be ashamed of, lots of moms experience it and are sometimes ashamed to admit that they are suffering from ppd.. but why? Taking care of yourself is so important.  There are days where I do cry, I am human I have rough days especially with a baby who is colicky.
Mamas, I promise if you going to the gym and releasing them endorphins will work wonders for you. β™₯️ #mentalhealthawareness #postpartum #postpartumdepressionsurvivor #bestrong
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    @ashleyfaithromero

    Starting to feel strong physically and mentally. Both so important but mental is so important to me. The gym is one of the places that I get me time, can focus on me and just makes me feel better. This time around being postpartum as soon as the doc said I was able to go back to the gym I went that day. I wanted to do whatever I could to try and not get postpartum depression once again. It’s nothing to be ashamed of, lots of moms experience it and are sometimes ashamed to admit that they are suffering from ppd.. but why? Taking care of yourself is so important. There are days where I do cry, I am human I have rough days especially with a baby who is colicky.
    Mamas, I promise if you going to the gym and releasing them endorphins will work wonders for you. β™₯️ #mentalhealthawareness #postpartum #postpartumdepressionsurvivor #bestrong

  •  25  3  24 minutes ago

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  • happy happy Monday πŸ˜›πŸ€ͺ
new week, new goals, more positive vibes πŸ‘πŸ½
put a little more effort into loving yourself this week πŸ’›πŸ˜‡
anyone else hellllaaa hype about the new s’mores blessed plant protein @blessedprotein @ehplabs this is my fav protein evvvaaaa and s’mores are my absolute fav fall treat - it can’t get more perfect than that πŸ‚πŸ§‘πŸ₯ΊπŸ˜­βœ¨
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    @deannamarie.fitness

    happy happy Monday πŸ˜›πŸ€ͺ
    new week, new goals, more positive vibes πŸ‘πŸ½
    put a little more effort into loving yourself this week πŸ’›πŸ˜‡
    anyone else hellllaaa hype about the new s’mores blessed plant protein @blessedprotein @ehplabs this is my fav protein evvvaaaa and s’mores are my absolute fav fall treat - it can’t get more perfect than that πŸ‚πŸ§‘πŸ₯ΊπŸ˜­βœ¨

  •  2,586  75  3 hours ago
  • All finished with midterm exams, my very last for undergrad πŸ₯³ ! Eight more weeks & I’ll be heading out with my Bachelors in Biology and minor in Psychology.
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Just a fun fact, but this semester is actually an extra semester for me. Realistically, I should/could have graduated last semester. But I had only 2 more classes to add on the minor & for some reason I couldn’t let it go! πŸ€·πŸ½β€β™€οΈ
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Lounging in #Octoberellie πŸ‚ @ellieactivewear
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    @ivy_0x

    Fort Lauderdale, Florida

    All finished with midterm exams, my very last for undergrad πŸ₯³ ! Eight more weeks & I’ll be heading out with my Bachelors in Biology and minor in Psychology.
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    Just a fun fact, but this semester is actually an extra semester for me. Realistically, I should/could have graduated last semester. But I had only 2 more classes to add on the minor & for some reason I couldn’t let it go! πŸ€·πŸ½β€β™€οΈ
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    Lounging in #Octoberellie πŸ‚ @ellieactivewear

  •  756  30  3 hours ago
  • T I M E . .
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That’s my answer. When people ask me how I did it, I say I gave myself TIME. To finally change my lifestyle for the better I knew I had to implement changes and allow myself TIME to achieve my goals. .
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Before this lifestyle journey, I’d never allow myself time. I’d want quick, easy, drastic, fast, etc. That led to a constant cycle of going hard and expecting drastic results and then falling off. .
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This lifestyle Journey really has taken my a total of 2 years to get to where I am! I have had to live with some weeks seeing great results and some weeks seeing none. At all! . .
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In order to keep trying, keep working hard, keep going I had to give myself time. And honestly, I’m still not done. I still have goals. I’m also still not 100% perfect because it’s a lifestyle. But I have TIME. And I’m okay with that πŸ™ƒ.
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    @keepingupwithkaity

    T I M E . .
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    That’s my answer. When people ask me how I did it, I say I gave myself TIME. To finally change my lifestyle for the better I knew I had to implement changes and allow myself TIME to achieve my goals. .
    .
    Before this lifestyle journey, I’d never allow myself time. I’d want quick, easy, drastic, fast, etc. That led to a constant cycle of going hard and expecting drastic results and then falling off. .
    .
    This lifestyle Journey really has taken my a total of 2 years to get to where I am! I have had to live with some weeks seeing great results and some weeks seeing none. At all! . .
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    In order to keep trying, keep working hard, keep going I had to give myself time. And honestly, I’m still not done. I still have goals. I’m also still not 100% perfect because it’s a lifestyle. But I have TIME. And I’m okay with that πŸ™ƒ.
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    @lilygldmz

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  • The simplest way to grow is to challenge yourself. 
Leave your comfort zone, no matter how difficult it may be. 
Try something new. 
Make a fresh start. 
Don't stay stuck in old ways. 
Embrace positive change by taking small steps towards a greater version of yourself. .
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Hope everyone is having a blessed Sunday! Wishing you all a great week!
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    @bridgetbek

    The simplest way to grow is to challenge yourself.
    Leave your comfort zone, no matter how difficult it may be.
    Try something new.
    Make a fresh start.
    Don't stay stuck in old ways.
    Embrace positive change by taking small steps towards a greater version of yourself. .
    .
    Hope everyone is having a blessed Sunday! Wishing you all a great week!

  •  3,173  290  13 October, 2019