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- I CAN & I WILL PRESS DOUBLE 16KG'S 💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻 So, if I can single press 20kg for 2 reps surely I can double press 16kg for 5 reps?!? Haha. This wasn't a particular goal of mine, just thought I'd put the extra festive calories to work 💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻 Not the best for technique but I kept it strict and I did it!!! Loving these Xmas strength gains 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻😂😂😂 x x . #strong #strongfirst #strengthgoals #stronggirls #strongwomen #strengthgains #kettlebell #kettlepress #kettlebellswing #sfg #personaltrainerbristol #bprofitness #ptbristol #xmasgoals
- I CAN & I WILL PRESS DOUBLE 16KG& #39;S 💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻 So, if I can single press 20kg for 2 reps surely I can double press 16kg for 5 reps?!? Haha. This wasn& #39;t a particular goal of mine, just thought I& #39;d put the extra festive calories to work 💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻 Not the best for technique but I kept it strict and I did it!!! Loving these Xmas strength gains 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻😂😂😂 x x . #strong #strongfirst #strengthgoals #stronggirls #strongwomen #strengthgains #kettlebell #kettlepress #kettlebellswing #sfg #personaltrainerbristol #bprofitness #ptbristol #xmasgoals
- I CAN & I WILL PRESS DOUBLE 16KG'S 💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻 So, if I can single press 20kg for 2 reps surely I can double press 16kg for 5 reps?!? Haha. This wasn't a particular goal of mine, just thought I'd put the extra festive calories to work 💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻 Not the best for technique but I kept it strict and I did it!!! Loving these Xmas strength gains 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻😂😂😂 x x . #strong #strongfirst #strengthgoals #stronggirls #strongwomen #strengthgains #kettlebell #kettlepress #kettlebellswing #sfg #personaltrainerbristol #bprofitness #ptbristol #xmasgoals
- The mistake most of us make during the holiday season is trying to fit our regular workouts into a busier, more unpredictable holiday schedule. This never works. All that ends up happening is we inevitably miss workouts, feel frustrated, and don't make any progress. We do too much for it to count as recovery work, but don't do enough to actually make any progress. Instead of feeling frustrated and defeated with missing workouts, I want to encourage you to focus on adaptability. Today I want to share the exact workout schedule you need to follow over the next two weeks. Take a proactive approach and make a conscious decision that for the next two to three weeks you're going to switch to a customized workout designed around your lack of time and availability. Instead of trying to work around the limitations, use them as our parameters. That way it's almost guaranteed that you’ll succeed. Here’s your workout plan for the next two weeks: 1. Plan to train 3-4 days per week, keeping each session less than 30 minutes. 2. Divide your training splits into 1 upper body day, 1 lower body day, and 1 full body day. If you get in a 4th day, you can complete a HIIT workout. 3. Finish each workout with a conditioning circuit (like this one). Seriously, if you can maintain your regular gym routine through the holidays, then more power to you. I miss those days, especially right now when I’m feeling a bit overwhelmed. But if you’re like me who needs to adapt their training during this busy season, this is how to do it! If you’d like a detailed copy of the 2 week workout program(free😉), drop your email in the comments or message me and I’ll send it your way tonight.
- The mistake most of us make during the holiday season is trying to fit our regular workouts into a busier, more unpredictable holiday schedule. This never works. All that ends up happening is we inevitably miss workouts, feel frustrated, and don& #39;t make any progress. We do too much for it to count as recovery work, but don& #39;t do enough to actually make any progress. Instead of feeling frustrated and defeated with missing workouts, I want to encourage you to focus on adaptability. Today I want to share the exact workout schedule you need to follow over the next two weeks. Take a proactive approach and make a conscious decision that for the next two to three weeks you& #39;re going to switch to a customized workout designed around your lack of time and availability. Instead of trying to work around the limitations, use them as our parameters. That way it& #39;s almost guaranteed that you’ll succeed. Here’s your workout plan for the next two weeks: 1. Plan to train 3-4 days per week, keeping each session less than 30 minutes. 2. Divide your training splits into 1 upper body day, 1 lower body day, and 1 full body day. If you get in a 4th day, you can complete a HIIT workout. 3. Finish each workout with a conditioning circuit (like this one). Seriously, if you can maintain your regular gym routine through the holidays, then more power to you. I miss those days, especially right now when I’m feeling a bit overwhelmed. But if you’re like me who needs to adapt their training during this busy season, this is how to do it! If you’d like a detailed copy of the 2 week workout program(free😉), drop your email in the comments or message me and I’ll send it your way tonight.
- The mistake most of us make during the holiday season is trying to fit our regular workouts into a busier, more unpredictable holiday schedule. This never works. All that ends up happening is we inevitably miss workouts, feel frustrated, and don't make any progress. We do too much for it to count as recovery work, but don't do enough to actually make any progress. Instead of feeling frustrated and defeated with missing workouts, I want to encourage you to focus on adaptability. Today I want to share the exact workout schedule you need to follow over the next two weeks. Take a proactive approach and make a conscious decision that for the next two to three weeks you're going to switch to a customized workout designed around your lack of time and availability. Instead of trying to work around the limitations, use them as our parameters. That way it's almost guaranteed that you’ll succeed. Here’s your workout plan for the next two weeks: 1. Plan to train 3-4 days per week, keeping each session less than 30 minutes. 2. Divide your training splits into 1 upper body day, 1 lower body day, and 1 full body day. If you get in a 4th day, you can complete a HIIT workout. 3. Finish each workout with a conditioning circuit (like this one). Seriously, if you can maintain your regular gym routine through the holidays, then more power to you. I miss those days, especially right now when I’m feeling a bit overwhelmed. But if you’re like me who needs to adapt their training during this busy season, this is how to do it! If you’d like a detailed copy of the 2 week workout program(free😉), drop your email in the comments or message me and I’ll send it your way tonight.
- From 1 press up... to 22! 😱 Some awesome results from one of my online clients after just 10 weeks. My favourite thing about this screenshot is the notes my client left in the app... 😍 She is well on her way to getting back to that army-level strength. 💪 If you’ve got strength goals (or any goals for that matter!) it’s so important to perform regular reviews so you can assess how you are progressing towards your goals. Otherwise, how do you know if what you’re doing is working (or not)? #proudcoach #strengthgains #progress #goals #goalsetting #progresstests #progressreview #pressups #pressup #personaltrainer #onlinepersonaltrainer #trainforpole #strongforpole #pole dance #polefitness #polesport #results #lovemyclients
- From 1 press up... to 22! 😱 Some awesome results from one of my online clients after just 10 weeks. My favourite thing about this screenshot is the notes my client left in the app... 😍 She is well on her way to getting back to that army-level strength. 💪 If you’ve got strength goals (or any goals for that matter!) it’s so important to perform regular reviews so you can assess how you are progressing towards your goals. Otherwise, how do you know if what you’re doing is working (or not)? #proudcoach #strengthgains #progress #goals #goalsetting #progresstests #progressreview #pressups #pressup #personaltrainer #onlinepersonaltrainer #trainforpole #strongforpole #pole dance #polefitness #polesport #results #lovemyclients
- From 1 press up... to 22! 😱 Some awesome results from one of my online clients after just 10 weeks. My favourite thing about this screenshot is the notes my client left in the app... 😍 She is well on her way to getting back to that army-level strength. 💪 If you’ve got strength goals (or any goals for that matter!) it’s so important to perform regular reviews so you can assess how you are progressing towards your goals. Otherwise, how do you know if what you’re doing is working (or not)? #proudcoach #strengthgains #progress #goals #goalsetting #progresstests #progressreview #pressups #pressup #personaltrainer #onlinepersonaltrainer #trainforpole #strongforpole #pole dance #polefitness #polesport #results #lovemyclients
- #fakifitness #legday #legworkout #treinodeperna #femoral #hamstring #stiff #Deadlift #pesomuerto #MuscleTraining #philadelphiafitness #astonfitness @Regranned from @ryanwoodtraining - 👀Deadlifts may just be the most functional exercise you can do to. They're great for building strength, adding muscle mass, burning fat, and helping you move and feel better, too. - 💥Regardless of age or ability, there is a variation for everyone so let's get right to it. - 💥For beginners I like to start with an kettlebell deadlift from a low box or right from the ground. This way they can learn the movement with a weight they're able to handle. This is where I start *almost* all of my clients, unless they've already had experience with other variations. On the kettlebell/dumbbell deadlift, focus on pushing with the legs and getting the hips in a position where it feels more like a hinge and less of a squat. I'd recommend building up quality reps on these and aiming for 6-10 reps per set. - 💥The trap bar is another variation that I like a lot because this is where we can start adding some good weight to the exercise. It's fairly simple to execute, especially if you've practiced enough with the kettlebell and have a good grasp on positioning and tension. I'd save these more for intermediates and advanced lifters looking to build strength through the lower body. With a quick learning curve, these should quickly become a staple in anyone's training. - 💥The conventional deadlift and sumo stance deadlift are generally most used by well-seasoned lifters. They're the most technical of the variations and require a bit more technique and focus. However, they do possess the largest potential for strength gains due to leverages and body mechanics. If you're performing these, be sure that you emphasize good technique in the 3-8 rep range for the best gains in strength. #deadlift #deadliftsfordays #strengthtrain #fitnessworkout #legdayworkout #deadliftprogress #strengthgains
- #fakifitness #legday #legworkout #treinodeperna #femoral #hamstring #stiff #Deadlift #pesomuerto #MuscleTraining #philadelphiafitness #astonfitness @Regranned from @ryanwoodtraining - 👀Deadlifts may just be the most functional exercise you can do to. They& #39;re great for building strength, adding muscle mass, burning fat, and helping you move and feel better, too. - 💥Regardless of age or ability, there is a variation for everyone so let& #39;s get right to it. - 💥For beginners I like to start with an kettlebell deadlift from a low box or right from the ground. This way they can learn the movement with a weight they& #39;re able to handle. This is where I start *almost* all of my clients, unless they& #39;ve already had experience with other variations. On the kettlebell/dumbbell deadlift, focus on pushing with the legs and getting the hips in a position where it feels more like a hinge and less of a squat. I& #39;d recommend building up quality reps on these and aiming for 6-10 reps per set. - 💥The trap bar is another variation that I like a lot because this is where we can start adding some good weight to the exercise. It& #39;s fairly simple to execute, especially if you& #39;ve practiced enough with the kettlebell and have a good grasp on positioning and tension. I& #39;d save these more for intermediates and advanced lifters looking to build strength through the lower body. With a quick learning curve, these should quickly become a staple in anyone& #39;s training. - 💥The conventional deadlift and sumo stance deadlift are generally most used by well-seasoned lifters. They& #39;re the most technical of the variations and require a bit more technique and focus. However, they do possess the largest potential for strength gains due to leverages and body mechanics. If you& #39;re performing these, be sure that you emphasize good technique in the 3-8 rep range for the best gains in strength. #deadlift #deadliftsfordays #strengthtrain #fitnessworkout #legdayworkout #deadliftprogress #strengthgains
- #fakifitness #legday #legworkout #treinodeperna #femoral #hamstring #stiff #Deadlift #pesomuerto #MuscleTraining #philadelphiafitness #astonfitness @Regranned from @ryanwoodtraining - 👀Deadlifts may just be the most functional exercise you can do to. They're great for building strength, adding muscle mass, burning fat, and helping you move and feel better, too. - 💥Regardless of age or ability, there is a variation for everyone so let's get right to it. - 💥For beginners I like to start with an kettlebell deadlift from a low box or right from the ground. This way they can learn the movement with a weight they're able to handle. This is where I start *almost* all of my clients, unless they've already had experience with other variations. On the kettlebell/dumbbell deadlift, focus on pushing with the legs and getting the hips in a position where it feels more like a hinge and less of a squat. I'd recommend building up quality reps on these and aiming for 6-10 reps per set. - 💥The trap bar is another variation that I like a lot because this is where we can start adding some good weight to the exercise. It's fairly simple to execute, especially if you've practiced enough with the kettlebell and have a good grasp on positioning and tension. I'd save these more for intermediates and advanced lifters looking to build strength through the lower body. With a quick learning curve, these should quickly become a staple in anyone's training. - 💥The conventional deadlift and sumo stance deadlift are generally most used by well-seasoned lifters. They're the most technical of the variations and require a bit more technique and focus. However, they do possess the largest potential for strength gains due to leverages and body mechanics. If you're performing these, be sure that you emphasize good technique in the 3-8 rep range for the best gains in strength. #deadlift #deadliftsfordays #strengthtrain #fitnessworkout #legdayworkout #deadliftprogress #strengthgains

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