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- Personalni treninzi, kondicioni i vodjeni treninzi, pisanje programa treninga, saveti o ishrani! Vidimo se u teretani Klub A Plus na Vracaru! Walk out stronger! 💪💪💪 Sva pitanja - DM! ;) #teretana_klub_a_plus #petar_markovic_fitness #personaltrainer #personalnitrener #personalnitreninzi #bodybuilding #fit #fitness #gym #gymaddict #gymlife #workout #workhard #motivation #fitnessmotivation #health #cardio #weightlifting #weights #training #trainingday #strong #stronggirls #strongwoman #teretana #mutapova49 #vracar
- Personalni treninzi, kondicioni i vodjeni treninzi, pisanje programa treninga, saveti o ishrani! Vidimo se u teretani Klub A Plus na Vracaru! Walk out stronger! 💪💪💪 Sva pitanja - DM! ;) #teretana_klub_a_plus #petar_markovic_fitness #personaltrainer #personalnitrener #personalnitreninzi #bodybuilding #fit #fitness #gym #gymaddict #gymlife #workout #workhard #motivation #fitnessmotivation #health #cardio #weightlifting #weights #training #trainingday #strong #stronggirls #strongwoman #teretana #mutapova49 #vracar
- Russia's Olympic ban will be lifted if there are no more doping violations from their athletes at Pyeongchang 2018, the International Olympic Committee has ruled. >>> However, the IOC did not allow Russian athletes to parade under their own flag at the closing ceremony. Russia was banned because of state-sponsored doping at Sochi 2014. >>> A team of 168 competed in South Korea as neutral Olympic athletes from Russia (OAR) but two failed drugs tests. >>> Alexander Krushelnitsky won bronze in the mixed curling but was stripped of his medalafter being found guilty of doping while Nadezhda Sergeeva, who competed in bobsleigh, was banned on Saturday. >>> IOC president Thomas Bach said the failed tests were "very disappointing and prevented the IOC from considering lifting the ban for the closing ceremony". But referring to the two positive tests, he added: "There is no evidence of systemic doping and no evidence of the involvement of the Russian Olympic Committee in these cases." >>> The decisions on Russia's ban and the closing ceremony were carried unanimously at a meeting of the IOC, following recommendations from its executive board. >>> The session heard from Nicole Hoevertsz, the head of an implementation group that reported to the IOC on the OAR delegation's "exemplary" behaviour in Pyeongchang. "We have to draw a line and look towards the future," Hoevertsz said. "We need to bring this story to an end and look forward. It is never going to be business as usual in sport again or in Russia." >>> When the IOC announced Russia's ban in December, Bach said the hosts' doping at the Sochi 2014 Games "was an unprecedented attack on the integrity of the Olympic Games and sport". >>> Only athletes who proved they were clean were able to compete in Pyeongchang for OAR, whose team was the third largest at the Games and won 17 medals, including two golds. >>> In the end it looks like a compromise. Russia didn't get to march under its own flag at the closing ceremony but the return of its Olympic status could be imminent. From saying that the systematic doping was an "unprecedented attack on the integrity of the Olympics" to releasing the ban, it should be extended imo 🤔
- Russia& #39;s Olympic ban will be lifted if there are no more doping violations from their athletes at Pyeongchang 2018, the International Olympic Committee has ruled. >>> However, the IOC did not allow Russian athletes to parade under their own flag at the closing ceremony. Russia was banned because of state-sponsored doping at Sochi 2014. >>> A team of 168 competed in South Korea as neutral Olympic athletes from Russia (OAR) but two failed drugs tests. >>> Alexander Krushelnitsky won bronze in the mixed curling but was stripped of his medalafter being found guilty of doping while Nadezhda Sergeeva, who competed in bobsleigh, was banned on Saturday. >>> IOC president Thomas Bach said the failed tests were "very disappointing and prevented the IOC from considering lifting the ban for the closing ceremony". But referring to the two positive tests, he added: "There is no evidence of systemic doping and no evidence of the involvement of the Russian Olympic Committee in these cases." >>> The decisions on Russia& #39;s ban and the closing ceremony were carried unanimously at a meeting of the IOC, following recommendations from its executive board. >>> The session heard from Nicole Hoevertsz, the head of an implementation group that reported to the IOC on the OAR delegation& #39;s "exemplary" behaviour in Pyeongchang. "We have to draw a line and look towards the future," Hoevertsz said. "We need to bring this story to an end and look forward. It is never going to be business as usual in sport again or in Russia." >>> When the IOC announced Russia& #39;s ban in December, Bach said the hosts& #39; doping at the Sochi 2014 Games "was an unprecedented attack on the integrity of the Olympic Games and sport". >>> Only athletes who proved they were clean were able to compete in Pyeongchang for OAR, whose team was the third largest at the Games and won 17 medals, including two golds. >>> In the end it looks like a compromise. Russia didn& #39;t get to march under its own flag at the closing ceremony but the return of its Olympic status could be imminent. From saying that the systematic doping was an "unprecedented attack on the integrity of the Olympics" to releasing the ban, it should be extended imo 🤔
- Russia's Olympic ban will be lifted if there are no more doping violations from their athletes at Pyeongchang 2018, the International Olympic Committee has ruled. >>> However, the IOC did not allow Russian athletes to parade under their own flag at the closing ceremony. Russia was banned because of state-sponsored doping at Sochi 2014. >>> A team of 168 competed in South Korea as neutral Olympic athletes from Russia (OAR) but two failed drugs tests. >>> Alexander Krushelnitsky won bronze in the mixed curling but was stripped of his medalafter being found guilty of doping while Nadezhda Sergeeva, who competed in bobsleigh, was banned on Saturday. >>> IOC president Thomas Bach said the failed tests were "very disappointing and prevented the IOC from considering lifting the ban for the closing ceremony". But referring to the two positive tests, he added: "There is no evidence of systemic doping and no evidence of the involvement of the Russian Olympic Committee in these cases." >>> The decisions on Russia's ban and the closing ceremony were carried unanimously at a meeting of the IOC, following recommendations from its executive board. >>> The session heard from Nicole Hoevertsz, the head of an implementation group that reported to the IOC on the OAR delegation's "exemplary" behaviour in Pyeongchang. "We have to draw a line and look towards the future," Hoevertsz said. "We need to bring this story to an end and look forward. It is never going to be business as usual in sport again or in Russia." >>> When the IOC announced Russia's ban in December, Bach said the hosts' doping at the Sochi 2014 Games "was an unprecedented attack on the integrity of the Olympic Games and sport". >>> Only athletes who proved they were clean were able to compete in Pyeongchang for OAR, whose team was the third largest at the Games and won 17 medals, including two golds. >>> In the end it looks like a compromise. Russia didn't get to march under its own flag at the closing ceremony but the return of its Olympic status could be imminent. From saying that the systematic doping was an "unprecedented attack on the integrity of the Olympics" to releasing the ban, it should be extended imo 🤔
- ATG or Bust? Maybe not. - I don't know how or when the whole “ATG” movement started but now its almost frowned upon if you don’t do it. Squatting well below parallel isn't enough for the online masses. If your butt didn't touch your calves it didn't count. - In my opinion It's about matching the best tool for the best job. Powerlifters need an objective way to determine whether a lift is good or not for the sake of fairness. The standard is a thin imaginary line that goes from the hip crease to the top of the knee, and is judged subjectively, which is why you should never leave your lifts fate in the hands of the judges- always squat to unquestionable depth. Olympic weightlifters need to work on catching snatches and cleans in the deepest possible squat position, but that doesn't mean they wouldn't benefit from “just below parallel” squatting, or other forms of squatting like box squats and dead stop squats in addition to their ATGs to strengthen different positions. - The real problem is NOT the ass to grass squat per se, the problem is ATG squats with no eccentric control since it: - Reduces co-activation or co-contraction of the hip stabilizers which are needed for stability - Promotes over-reliance on ligaments and connective tissue as springboards to bounce off of - Under utilizes the muscle spindle stretch reflex, since tension and stiffness is needed to elicit this reflex. - In conclusion, ATG squats are an effective tool when used appropriately and in the right contexts, but they should not be the only tool in your toolbox. Not everyone MUST perform ATG squats, and certainly not everyone performs ATG squats the right way.
- ATG or Bust? Maybe not. - I don& #39;t know how or when the whole “ATG” movement started but now its almost frowned upon if you don’t do it. Squatting well below parallel isn& #39;t enough for the online masses. If your butt didn& #39;t touch your calves it didn& #39;t count. - In my opinion It& #39;s about matching the best tool for the best job. Powerlifters need an objective way to determine whether a lift is good or not for the sake of fairness. The standard is a thin imaginary line that goes from the hip crease to the top of the knee, and is judged subjectively, which is why you should never leave your lifts fate in the hands of the judges- always squat to unquestionable depth. Olympic weightlifters need to work on catching snatches and cleans in the deepest possible squat position, but that doesn& #39;t mean they wouldn& #39;t benefit from “just below parallel” squatting, or other forms of squatting like box squats and dead stop squats in addition to their ATGs to strengthen different positions. - The real problem is NOT the ass to grass squat per se, the problem is ATG squats with no eccentric control since it: - Reduces co-activation or co-contraction of the hip stabilizers which are needed for stability - Promotes over-reliance on ligaments and connective tissue as springboards to bounce off of - Under utilizes the muscle spindle stretch reflex, since tension and stiffness is needed to elicit this reflex. - In conclusion, ATG squats are an effective tool when used appropriately and in the right contexts, but they should not be the only tool in your toolbox. Not everyone MUST perform ATG squats, and certainly not everyone performs ATG squats the right way.
- ATG or Bust? Maybe not. - I don't know how or when the whole “ATG” movement started but now its almost frowned upon if you don’t do it. Squatting well below parallel isn't enough for the online masses. If your butt didn't touch your calves it didn't count. - In my opinion It's about matching the best tool for the best job. Powerlifters need an objective way to determine whether a lift is good or not for the sake of fairness. The standard is a thin imaginary line that goes from the hip crease to the top of the knee, and is judged subjectively, which is why you should never leave your lifts fate in the hands of the judges- always squat to unquestionable depth. Olympic weightlifters need to work on catching snatches and cleans in the deepest possible squat position, but that doesn't mean they wouldn't benefit from “just below parallel” squatting, or other forms of squatting like box squats and dead stop squats in addition to their ATGs to strengthen different positions. - The real problem is NOT the ass to grass squat per se, the problem is ATG squats with no eccentric control since it: - Reduces co-activation or co-contraction of the hip stabilizers which are needed for stability - Promotes over-reliance on ligaments and connective tissue as springboards to bounce off of - Under utilizes the muscle spindle stretch reflex, since tension and stiffness is needed to elicit this reflex. - In conclusion, ATG squats are an effective tool when used appropriately and in the right contexts, but they should not be the only tool in your toolbox. Not everyone MUST perform ATG squats, and certainly not everyone performs ATG squats the right way.

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