#athlete Instagram Story & Photos & Videos

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  • (@liefsshelly) Instagram Profile @liefsshelly
  • Guess I just like to pick up heavy things, put them down and do it again for 8 to 12 times 🙃 What makes you happy?
  • Guess I just like to pick up heavy things, put them down and do it again for 8 to 12 times 🙃 What makes you happy?
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  • (@swiftmultisport) Instagram Profile @swiftmultisport
  • IRONMAN World Championship
  • Those finish line feels. Kona has got to be the ultimate for many. Hot and fast this year - but as always the lava fields on the Big Island tested the body and minds of the athletes. Running those last few hundred meters has to be an incredible experience @paul_reddog came home strong and was all smiles for his support crew 👏🏼
  • Those finish line feels. Kona has got to be the ultimate for many. Hot and fast this year - but as always the lava fields on the Big Island tested the body and minds of the athletes. Running those last few hundred meters has to be an incredible experience @paul_reddog came home strong and was all smiles for his support crew 👏🏼
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  • (@anthony_masters02) Instagram Profile @anthony_masters02
  • Good point @thesustainabletrainingmethod on coaching cues

    #Coaching cues are snippets of information, or task-orientated information, used to teach an #athlete how to perform the task. Successful coaching largely depends on the coach’s ability to communicate with the athlete using simple and effective coaching cues. Cues which are too long, too complex, and are quite simply just too complicated, are unlikely to teach the athlete the desired #skill .
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    When refining or #learning a new skill, the athlete’s focus of attention plays an important role in the acquisition of that skill; therefore, emphasising the importance of an appropriate cue.
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    Despite coaching often being referred to as an “art”, there is growing scientific evidence to suggest that evidence-based practice can improve the coach’s delivery. The type of coaching cue used appears to significantly influence both the immediate performance of the athlete (i.e., short-term learning) and the retention of the skill/performance when repeated at a later date (i.e., long-term learning). More specifically, external cues, which focus the athlete’s attention on the outcome of the task, instead of the body movements needed to perform it (i.e., internal cues), appear to be the most effective form of cueing in the majority of contexts studied. 
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    Modern technology allows #remotecoaches to provide visual and written feedback that client can review at any point in time. Progress is captured and ongoing comparisons allow coach and client to witness the improvements from each consecutive #training block.
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    Are you struggling with #movement patterns or skill development? What skills would you like to learn? Our global network of experienced coaches can help you reach your goals, for more information visits www.thesustainabletrainingmethod.com

    #personalisedfitness #fitnesscoach   #fitnesstraining   #professionalcoaching #professionalcoach   #personaltrainer   #fitnessgoal #fitnessjourney   #trainingtips   #fitnesstips
  • Good point @thesustainabletrainingmethod on coaching cues

#Coaching cues are snippets of information, or task-orientated information, used to teach an #athlete how to perform the task. Successful coaching largely depends on the coach’s ability to communicate with the athlete using simple and effective coaching cues. Cues which are too long, too complex, and are quite simply just too complicated, are unlikely to teach the athlete the desired #skill.
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When refining or #learning a new skill, the athlete’s focus of attention plays an important role in the acquisition of that skill; therefore, emphasising the importance of an appropriate cue.
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Despite coaching often being referred to as an “art”, there is growing scientific evidence to suggest that evidence-based practice can improve the coach’s delivery. The type of coaching cue used appears to significantly influence both the immediate performance of the athlete (i.e., short-term learning) and the retention of the skill/performance when repeated at a later date (i.e., long-term learning). More specifically, external cues, which focus the athlete’s attention on the outcome of the task, instead of the body movements needed to perform it (i.e., internal cues), appear to be the most effective form of cueing in the majority of contexts studied. 
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Modern technology allows #remotecoaches to provide visual and written feedback that client can review at any point in time.  Progress is captured and ongoing comparisons allow coach and client to witness the improvements from each consecutive #training block.
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Are you struggling with #movement patterns or skill development?  What skills would you like to learn?  Our global network of experienced coaches can help you reach your goals, for more information visits www.thesustainabletrainingmethod.com

#personalisedfitness #fitnesscoach #fitnesstraining #professionalcoaching #professionalcoach #personaltrainer #fitnessgoal #fitnessjourney #trainingtips #fitnesstips
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  • (@iamgasparfit) Instagram Profile @iamgasparfit
  • 500lbs// 226.7kg 👉 595lbs//269.8kg
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    y’all we finally in the 500hundie club !!🙏 thought this was gonna be a PR buuttt I ended up doing two 😤. Attempted a third one but did not go up 🤦‍♂️ ... first rep was a bitch but we got it up 🔝. Not the best form but feelin a lil proud of myself today 😎@branden.vasquez thanks for the motivation brotha. Looking forward for @595lbs soon ⏳⏳
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    Check Story For Daily Updates! 🤗
    YouTube📹: @iamgasparfit
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  • 500lbs// 226.7kg 👉 595lbs//269.8kg
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y’all we finally in the 500hundie club !!🙏 thought this was gonna be a PR buuttt I ended up doing two 😤. Attempted a third one but did not go up 🤦‍♂️ ... first rep was a bitch but we got it up 🔝. Not the best form but feelin a lil proud of myself today 😎@branden.vasquez thanks for the motivation brotha. Looking forward for @595lbs soon ⏳⏳
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Check Story For Daily Updates! 🤗
YouTube📹: @iamgasparfit
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  •  232  13 13 October, 2018
  • (@_fit.belka_) Instagram Profile @_fit.belka_
  • МДВЦ "Сибирь", Красноярск
  • ОСТОРОЖНО ❗️
    Бушует отряд карателей❗️
    Сезон кончился, все внезапно заделались тренерами 😹🤦🏻‍♀️ Каждая недо-бикини, отсидевшая на безуглеводке месяц , полна сил и уверенности, что может нести ответственность за чьё-либо здоровье🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️
    Мне одной смешно и страшно одновременно ?😹🤔
  • ОСТОРОЖНО ❗️
Бушует отряд карателей❗️
Сезон кончился, все внезапно заделались тренерами 😹🤦🏻‍♀️ Каждая недо-бикини, отсидевшая на безуглеводке месяц , полна сил и уверенности, что может нести ответственность за чьё-либо здоровье🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️
Мне одной смешно и страшно одновременно ?😹🤔
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  • (@m.k.motivation) Instagram Profile @m.k.motivation
  • If you are dealing with struggles you are stronger than you think, because you are facing them! 🔥

    Tag a friend who need to see that. ➡️ @m.k.motivation
  • If you are dealing with struggles you are stronger than you think, because you are facing them! 🔥

Tag a friend who need to see that. ➡️ @m.k.motivation
  •  10  1 3 minutes ago

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  • (@melo_brad) Instagram Profile @melo_brad
  • The talent for being happy is appreciating and liking what you have, instead of what you don& #039 ;t have. 🙏🏽
  • The talent for being happy is appreciating and liking what you have, instead of what you don't have. 🙏🏽
  •  227  15 15 October, 2018
  • (@eddy.sami) Instagram Profile @eddy.sami
  • UFC GYM Wetherill Park
  • I M P O R T A N C E ✊
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    Find what is important in your life & be sure to keep in alive & well. For me, my main important trait for myself is being healthy, fitness & lifting/assisting others. No matter where I was in my years I always found time for what important, even if I couldn& #039 ;t train. To live by that code. To grow my knowledge & will-power that can help shape in a better future. If you haven& #039 ;t yet, Find what is important in your life - and keep it safe. 💪💖🏆
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    Use #TitanME for more!! 🐺
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Find what is important in your life & be sure to keep in alive & well. For me, my main important trait for myself is being healthy, fitness & lifting/assisting others. No matter where I was in my years I always found time for what important, even if I couldn't train. To live by that code. To grow my knowledge & will-power that can help shape in a better future. If you haven't yet, Find what is important in your life - and keep it safe. 💪💖🏆
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Use #TitanME for more!! 🐺
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  •  50  6 15 October, 2018