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  • #radiioactives
#myo
So I made this Boi-
It didn't really say I wasn't allowed to use two of the radioactive traits and trait placing so not sure if this is allowed or not..
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    @deadfurrywalking

    #radiioactives
    #myo
    So I made this Boi-
    It didn't really say I wasn't allowed to use two of the radioactive traits and trait placing so not sure if this is allowed or not..

  •  5  0  1 hour ago
  • DEADLIFT 💀 VARIATIONS PART 2
With @physiojack_ 
In part 1 we went through the most common options for those recovering from a back injury. In part 2 let’s look at other options that can be used both in the recovery phase and post injury to minimize re-injury risk, again from least to highest load.

Within the confines of ‘the gram’ these are general ideas and may not be suitable for you👋 so if in doubt see a professional.

1️⃣ Cable hinge- Stole this one from @steficohen so thank you 🙏🏻 My cable machine doesn’t allow the depth I usually like for it in the video, but a great way to start progressing back to a more standard load pattern after say a hip thrust block whilst still being in a very stable and controlled position.
2️⃣ Dumbbell deadlift- This can be done with an easier load position by having the dumbbells by the side or progressing to in front of the knees to make it harder. Being able to manipulate each individual side independently allows for more controlled loading in the early part of rehab.
3️⃣ Rack pull- very similar option to a block pull just done in a power rack and again you can vary the height from higher to lower as you progress.
4️⃣ Pause deadlifts- Can be done just off the ground or below the knee. The goal just off the ground is to force greater control of your position under pressure. Below the knee is used more for learning to generate more power from that transfer point in the lift.
5️⃣ Banded deadlifts- Can be setup pulling from the front which forces a better setup and stability through the lift or from below which creates an overload effect with things getting ‘heavier’ the higher you are in the lift.
6️⃣ Negatives 🎞 - In this version we focus on the eccentric or lowering portion of the movement. Again this variation forces you to better control your position and limits the maximal weight you can lift during recovery.
7️⃣ Romanian deadlifts- Forces more use of the hamstrings and particularly the development of the upper portion of the pull.
8️⃣ Snatch grip🏋️‍♀️- Forces greater upper back stability and development.

Share 📬 this with a friend.
As always questions, comments or not sure where you should start? Ask below👇🏻
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    @drnathanbridger

    Strong Geelong

    DEADLIFT 💀 VARIATIONS PART 2
    With @physiojack_
    In part 1 we went through the most common options for those recovering from a back injury. In part 2 let’s look at other options that can be used both in the recovery phase and post injury to minimize re-injury risk, again from least to highest load.

    Within the confines of ‘the gram’ these are general ideas and may not be suitable for you👋 so if in doubt see a professional.

    1️⃣ Cable hinge- Stole this one from @steficohen so thank you 🙏🏻 My cable machine doesn’t allow the depth I usually like for it in the video, but a great way to start progressing back to a more standard load pattern after say a hip thrust block whilst still being in a very stable and controlled position.
    2️⃣ Dumbbell deadlift- This can be done with an easier load position by having the dumbbells by the side or progressing to in front of the knees to make it harder. Being able to manipulate each individual side independently allows for more controlled loading in the early part of rehab.
    3️⃣ Rack pull- very similar option to a block pull just done in a power rack and again you can vary the height from higher to lower as you progress.
    4️⃣ Pause deadlifts- Can be done just off the ground or below the knee. The goal just off the ground is to force greater control of your position under pressure. Below the knee is used more for learning to generate more power from that transfer point in the lift.
    5️⃣ Banded deadlifts- Can be setup pulling from the front which forces a better setup and stability through the lift or from below which creates an overload effect with things getting ‘heavier’ the higher you are in the lift.
    6️⃣ Negatives 🎞 - In this version we focus on the eccentric or lowering portion of the movement. Again this variation forces you to better control your position and limits the maximal weight you can lift during recovery.
    7️⃣ Romanian deadlifts- Forces more use of the hamstrings and particularly the development of the upper portion of the pull.
    8️⃣ Snatch grip🏋️‍♀️- Forces greater upper back stability and development.

    Share 📬 this with a friend.
    As always questions, comments or not sure where you should start? Ask below👇🏻

  •  36  13  3 hours ago
  • Maestra Jennifer Ho, the head and heart of Millennium Youth Orchestra. 
10月26日九龍之子音樂傳記,我跟新世紀青年管弦樂團將會帶給你一個真誠的音樂旅程 - 我的成長,我的新舊創作,最赤裸坦誠的將一切交給音樂,門票就全部交給票房,只演一場,沒有內部認購,沒有預售,18/9 10am城市電腦售票網開售。

#林一峰 #chetlam #九龍之子音樂傳記 #SonOfKowloon #MYO
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    @chetlam

    Maestra Jennifer Ho, the head and heart of Millennium Youth Orchestra.
    10月26日九龍之子音樂傳記,我跟新世紀青年管弦樂團將會帶給你一個真誠的音樂旅程 - 我的成長,我的新舊創作,最赤裸坦誠的將一切交給音樂,門票就全部交給票房,只演一場,沒有內部認購,沒有預售,18/9 10am城市電腦售票網開售。

    #林一峰 #chetlam #九龍之子音樂傳記 #SonOfKowloon #MYO

  •  196  1  9 hours ago
  • Besides stretching the calf another way to help with calf pain. Like most other pain is to increase load tolerance. ⁣
⁣
👉Starting with your both feet on a ledge.⁣
👉Push with both feet till your on your toes.⁣
👉Remove one foot.⁣
👉Slowly let your self descend down. ⁣
👉Controlling all the way. ⁣
👉Repeat. ⁣
⁣
🎵🎵Random - Eddy De Pretto
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    @jay_the_myo

    Movement Studio Melbourne

    Besides stretching the calf another way to help with calf pain. Like most other pain is to increase load tolerance. ⁣

    👉Starting with your both feet on a ledge.⁣
    👉Push with both feet till your on your toes.⁣
    👉Remove one foot.⁣
    👉Slowly let your self descend down. ⁣
    👉Controlling all the way. ⁣
    👉Repeat. ⁣

    🎵🎵Random - Eddy De Pretto

  •  27  7  9 hours ago

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