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- Best shoulders supersets: Arnold press and bench over raise 💯
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- Literally posing in a gym shower because it was the only place in the entire gym with decent lighting. •
On my 2nd day of my bulk and I’m already feeling heavier, eating feels so good, but the workouts have been kind of sluggish. (might have to eat lower glycemic carbs before working out like bread) Other then that just enjoying the process for now.
15 | 5’9 | 1/19/19 | about 150-151lbs
- That moment when I realized I am a larger than normal human being.
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- After my story of me eating Taco Bell for the first time, I got a lot of DMs asking why I cheated and how people can get back on track after having a cheat meal.
The biggest thing to keep in mind is to NOT OVER THINK IT
Enjoy your time eating foods you love and get back on track the next day! My biggest tips are:
DON'T drastically reduce your calories the next day. This will cause you to cheat more since you're depriving your body. Get back on your usual plan and reduce calories 100-200 max for the next few days.
You can add in 20 minutes if steady state cardio to help keep yourself sane but DON’T overdo it.
Drink a lot of fluids. Usually after eating fast food you feel bloated, this is due to the food having really high sodium. Increasing your water intake will help get rid of some of the bloat.
Lemme know your favorite cheat meals 🥵😛
- When performing strength exercises, we try to use correct techniques and precise movement.
But what happens when the exercise ends?
Why do we flex our spine❓
We do it because it's comfortable, it's easy and saves energy!
The right way or the uncomfortable way requires high muscular effort.
In a fully flexed spine, the erector spinae muscles are almost at complete rest.
Most of the load is on the posterior ligaments, discs, and passive tissues.
When the spine is neutral, the lumbar erectors have the ability to produce posterior shear force, that is, it can reduce the anterior shear forces.
In activities that involve high or vertical pressure (such as lifting weight), it is recommended to maintain a straight back (neutral spine).
What is the proper technique for lifting a weight off the floor?
There is no one way to bend.
There are various strategies for bending, choosing the right way depending on the specific functional demands.
Common techniques for lifting heavy objects:
➖Deadlift with arm support
➖Lunge with arm support
Bending forward is not a contraindication in our daily life.
It is a very important movement to be kept and maintained.
In many daily activities that do not involve high or vertical pressure - rounding the spine comes naturally.
In many occasions in life, we need (and should) use segmental rounded bending (in healthy back cases) such as in tying shoelaces, picking a light object off the ground etc.
This should be done gently, with bent knees, and involving lots of joints in the entire movement. (In several cases of back pathologies, this pattern should be avoided due to inter-vertebral disc problems).
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