That's what a silver medal looks like! Rachel had a great deadlift in our first meet and has only gotten stronger since. Wish her luck - she will be representing Suzuki and all of our #StrongGirls at the provincial meet next month. #PowerLifting
0 11 minute ago
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🛇La conexión mente musculo se basa en realizar un levantamiento ya sea Curl de bíceps, o press banca, no solo con el objetivo principal que se basará en levantar peso, sino tratar de pensar en el músculo que se está ejercitando, por ejemplo el bíceps.
🛇Así se lograra una mayor activación del mismo y le sacaremos partido, es importante en el trabajo de hipertrofia ya que podemos obtener un beneficio extra.
.🛇Se han encontrado bastantes beneficio hipertróficos en diferentes estudios donde se analizaron estas pruebas, además puede ser beneficioso para aquellos donde se tenga un musculo especifico que quieran sacar mayor partido.
Al realizar un peso muerto o un hip trush, podemos enfatizar el glúteo. Tambien podemos usar la alternativa de touch training, que se basa en en tocar al sujeto donde se quiere que este active, cabe aclarar que este método de entrenamiento se pueden beneficiar mas aquellos individuos con mas experiencias.
🏋️♂️You don’t deserve a weightlifting belt.
👍You’re not there yet and you are trading in lessons in positioning and body-awareness for more weight on the bar.
😎If you require a belt to feel secure or perform an exercise safely then you should find a different exercise.
🤔Yes this includes backsquats and deadlifts. Hinging and squatting are fundamental movements; Backsquats and deadlifts are merely exercises.
🙋♂️I gave up the weightlifting belt a few years back (and wrist wraps, oly shoes) and yes the weight on my barbell is a bit lighter. But my midline is stronger, my positions are more dialed, and my body feels better than ever.
💪Maybe you disagree with me or maybe you are one of the athletes that are seasoned enough to warrant this, but chances are you have something to gain by turning the crutches in.
1 43 minutes ago
This week has had many ups and downs. From PR’s to complaints and soreness.
Today was definitely a good day.
Pushing those 60’s felt pretty nice! 💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻
I Reverse Sled over a mile a week, but I have two different intentions: one intention is to step as fast as possible. This gives the most guaranteed burn, and works best for beginners. The other intention is to lean back sort of like a sissy squat, and put as much weight on each VMO as possible, every step. This gets an even DEEPER mind-muscle connection for me than the rapid steps. But it tends to work better, the more your VMOs develop, because for beginners this can cause knee pain, and I NEVER advise working through pain on ANY movement. That’s really the ATG “secret” - we patiently work our bodies to where our strength and flexibility can handle what would have caused pain the past, but now only makes us STRONGER and MORE flexible. It’s like an exponential graph, where the longer you train, the EASIER it gets to make even MORE results! When in doubt on Reverse Sledding, try my personal favorite: RAPID steps one direction, then slow with toes out in the other direction. Of course I believe in the results of actually coaching your form, above all else, but I can tell you that Reverse Sledding is the safest option I have yet to find, to get on the road to bulletproof knees. Having a coach is like a GPS: I’m not saying you can’t find your way, but how long will it take? How many wrong turns will you take? And will your sports dreams still be available to you by the time you make it? My sense of money is very grounded, and I know what it’s like to waste money on programs. Our price is $49.50/month, but on a weekly basis my athletes are getting FULL scholarships to college and pro contracts, so I also have full reality on what the right training recipe can do for you financially. For me, I finished high school completely unrecruited, then spent 3 years trying to figure out the knees, at which point at age 21 I went to a 2-year college on full ride scholarship. After two successful seasons, at age 23, I got a FULL-RIDE D1 OFFER! But my NCAA D1 clock was up! So I’ve lived this. Had I found the answers sooner, I may have played in March Madness and lived my dreams. Now I help others see their dreams come true, which was my true purpose on this earth.
1 30021 minutes ago
Posting this while I eat a burger and hope it goes to my legs and not my waist 😂
“Smol bench, big potential”
My bench is my weakest lift compared to squat and dead, of course that’s holding my total back but there’s always room for growth
During my days before powerlifting I never bench. I do the accessory work but I always avoid going under the bar. Why? There’s a lot of reasons why and it’s mostly confidence and trust
Going into powerlifting I know I can’t avoid benching because it is one of the 3 major lifts. There’s people in a powerlifting gym that I know I can trust if I need a spot and of course there’s also safeties ready in the event that I fail. Not everyone knows but I did fail attempting a PR during training a few times and I’m thankful for the safeties and those who were there that helped me
I’ll take my small bench for now and turn it into a big number by the end of the year, bet.
3rd bench attempt @ 85kg/187lbs
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