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  • (@compoundworkout) Instagram Profile @compoundworkout
  • Take pride in Who you are and What you want to be, because only you can decide the things you will be able to accomplish at the end of the day 😎
  • Take pride in Who you are and What you want to be, because only you can decide the things you will be able to accomplish at the end of the day 😎
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  • (@squatsandscience) Instagram Profile @squatsandscience
  • Wondering where OpenBarbell went, or why we keep posting about a gym in Brooklyn? Follow @RepOneStrength , OpenBarbell& #039 ;s bigger stronger and faster brother. Also check out the link in the bio (not ours) and read the latest blog post about the RepOne approach to autoregulation and individualizing velocity targets. I guarantee it& #039 ;s a perspective on strength you haven& #039 ;t heard before. ⬇️⬇️


    @Regran_ed from @reponestrength - One of the great things about building a sports tech product is you get to talk to a lot of coaches, and that& #039 ;s exactly what I& #039 ;ve been doing. One thing has been crystal clear, coaches want to know more about our approach to individualizing velocity targets. So I wrote a blog post about our overall philosophy around scaling the unscaleable, and it was one of my favorite blog posts to date. Check it out, link in bio! 📈
    📉
    If you haven& #039 ;t already, head to RepOneStrength.com and sign up for updates, and we& #039 ;ll send you two white papers we wrote that can impact your coaching right now!

    #RepOneStrength #squatsandscience #vbt #velocitybasedtraining #weightroomanalytics #strengthandconditioning #winintheweightroom - #regrann
  • Wondering where OpenBarbell went, or why we keep posting about a gym in Brooklyn? Follow @RepOneStrength, OpenBarbell's bigger stronger and faster brother. Also check out the link in the bio (not ours) and read the latest blog post about the RepOne approach to autoregulation and individualizing velocity targets. I guarantee it's a perspective on strength you haven't heard before. ⬇️⬇️
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@Regran_ed from @reponestrength -  One of the great things about building a sports tech product is you get to talk to a lot of coaches, and that's exactly what I've been doing. One thing has been crystal clear, coaches want to know more about our approach to individualizing velocity targets. So I wrote a blog post about our overall philosophy around scaling the unscaleable, and it was one of my favorite blog posts to date. Check it out, link in bio! 📈
📉 
If you haven't already, head to RepOneStrength.com and sign up for updates, and we'll send you two white papers we wrote that can impact your coaching right now!

#RepOneStrength #squatsandscience #vbt #velocitybasedtraining #weightroomanalytics #strengthandconditioning #winintheweightroom - #regrann
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  • (@ssathletics_) Instagram Profile @ssathletics_
  • Sport and Spine Rehab
  • 💥How to maximize your strength training with TEMPO TRAINING⁣💥

    😞Do you ever feel like your are reaching a plateau?⁣

    🙌Critical gains can be made in your program by slowing down the lift and emphasizing the eccentric phase of the exercise. ⁣

    ⏱A typical tempo in seconds for each rep during a set would be 2 sec/3-5 sec/0 sec (lifting, lowering, pause)⁣

    🤯Keeping the same speed during an exercise will not bring the same adaptation as it would slowing down the movement. ⁣

    ❗️This is known as, TIME UNDER TENSION!⁣

    Benefits of Time under tension:⁣

    1️⃣Muscles under longer bouts of strain causes extensive muscle breakdown leading to increase strength gains⁣
    2️⃣May promote greater hypertrophy in type I muscle fibers. ⁣
    3️⃣Great way to correct movement patterns⁣
    4️⃣Can help with certain tendanopathy’s⁣

    🔥The above videos show three common exercises using tempo training:⁣

    1️⃣Barbell Bent Over Row⁣
    2️⃣Pull-Up⁣
    3️⃣EZ-Bar Curl⁣

    Try this tip and watch your strength reach new heights! ⁣

    Tag a friend who needs to slow it down or incorporate this into their training! ⁣
  • 💥How to maximize your strength training with TEMPO TRAINING⁣💥
⁣
😞Do you ever feel like your are reaching a plateau?⁣
⁣
🙌Critical gains can be made in your program by slowing down the lift and emphasizing the eccentric phase of the exercise. ⁣
⁣
⏱A typical tempo in seconds for each rep during a set would be 2 sec/3-5 sec/0 sec (lifting, lowering, pause)⁣
⁣
🤯Keeping the same speed during an exercise will not bring the same adaptation as it would slowing down the movement. ⁣
⁣
❗️This is known as, TIME UNDER TENSION!⁣
⁣
Benefits of Time under tension:⁣
⁣
1️⃣Muscles under longer bouts of strain causes extensive muscle breakdown leading to increase strength gains⁣
2️⃣May promote greater hypertrophy in type I muscle fibers. ⁣
3️⃣Great way to correct movement patterns⁣
4️⃣Can help with certain tendanopathy’s⁣
⁣
🔥The above videos show three common exercises using tempo training:⁣
⁣
1️⃣Barbell Bent Over Row⁣
2️⃣Pull-Up⁣
3️⃣EZ-Bar Curl⁣
⁣
Try this tip and watch your strength reach new heights! ⁣
⁣
Tag a friend who needs to slow it down or incorporate this into their training! ⁣
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  • (@ionsweatcamp) Instagram Profile @ionsweatcamp
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  • Bring a mate and join us for a FREE BOXING SESSION TOMORROW 7am
    We meet at Hyde Park across from Starbucks 💪🏻🥊
    See you then!
    ION SWEATCAMP TEAM 😃
  • Bring a mate and join us for a FREE BOXING SESSION TOMORROW 7am
We meet at Hyde Park across from Starbucks 💪🏻🥊
See you then!
ION SWEATCAMP TEAM 😃
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  • Lifting weights is completely safe for children. When done under proper supervision and guidance not only does it help in minimising the risk of injuries but also ensures healthy mental and physical development. .

    #Repost @squat_university with @get_repost
    ・・・
    Let’s address one of the most common myths in weight training…is it safe for a child to lift?🤔 .

    One of the strongest held beliefs is that lifting weights will lead to a growth plate injury. This is a vulnerable area of bone that can be 2-5 times weaker than surrounding tissues. A fracture in this area is a serious injury…however barbell training has NOT been shown to increase risk of growth plate injuries when proper supervision and technique instruction are provided.✅
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    This means children as young as 6 and 7 can start lifting without fear of sustaining a growth plate fracture and stunting their growth as long as technique is stressed, and proper weights are prescribed and good coaching is used.✅ .
    It is even safe for young athletes to find their 1 repetition maximum (1RM) without fear of injury (again provided proper technique and supervision). The force an athlete sustains when performing a maximal strength test (such as a 1 RM squat) is actually less than what they would be exposed to on a daily basis in most other sports.⛹🏼‍♀️🤾🏼‍♂️⛷ .
    So, just as with any age…lifting weights isn’t bad for you unless you’re doing it with bad technique and with improper weights.🏋🏼‍♀️❌
    .
    Shout out to the following youth athletes featured today and their coaches: @ibanez1886 , @coachibanez , @dannelunk , @indralifts , @anna_wtcoach . Also thank you @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body!🙏🏼
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    Thank you @squat_university for helping in spreading this message.
    #strongkids #healthykids #strengthandconditioning #healthylifestyle #weighttrainingissafeforchildren
    #exerciseforkids #exercisephysiologist
  • Lifting weights is completely safe for children. When done under proper supervision and guidance not only does it help in minimising the risk of injuries but also ensures healthy mental and physical development. .

#Repost @squat_university with @get_repost
・・・
Let’s address one of the most common myths in weight training…is it safe for a child to lift?🤔 .

One of the strongest held beliefs is that lifting weights will lead to a growth plate injury. This is a vulnerable area of bone that can be 2-5 times weaker than surrounding tissues. A fracture in this area is a serious injury…however barbell training has NOT been shown to increase risk of growth plate injuries when proper supervision and technique instruction are provided.✅
.
This means children as young as 6 and 7 can start lifting without fear of sustaining a growth plate fracture and stunting their growth as long as technique is stressed, and proper weights are prescribed and good coaching is used.✅ .
It is even safe for young athletes to find their 1 repetition maximum (1RM) without fear of injury (again provided proper technique and supervision). The force an athlete sustains when performing a maximal strength test (such as a 1 RM squat) is actually less than what they would be exposed to on a daily basis in most other sports.⛹🏼‍♀️🤾🏼‍♂️⛷ .
So, just as with any age…lifting weights isn’t bad for you unless you’re doing it with bad technique and with improper weights.🏋🏼‍♀️❌
.
Shout out to the following youth athletes featured today and their coaches: @ibanez1886, @coachibanez, @dannelunk, @indralifts, @anna_wtcoach. Also thank you @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body!🙏🏼
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Thank you @squat_university for helping in spreading this message. 
#strongkids #healthykids #strengthandconditioning #healthylifestyle #weighttrainingissafeforchildren
#exerciseforkids #exercisephysiologist
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  • (@reponestrength) Instagram Profile @reponestrength
  • One of the great things about building a sports tech product is you get to talk to a lot of coaches, and that& #039 ;s exactly what I& #039 ;ve been doing. One thing has been crystal clear, coaches want to know more about our approach to individualizing velocity targets. So I wrote a blog post about our overall philosophy around scaling the unscaleable, and it was one of my favorite blog posts to date. Check it out, link in bio! 📈
    📉
    If you haven& #039 ;t already, head to RepOneStrength.com and sign up for updates, and we& #039 ;ll send you two white papers we wrote that can impact your coaching right now!

    #RepOneStrength #squatsandscience #vbt #velocitybasedtraining #weightroomanalytics #strengthandconditioning #winintheweightroom
  • One of the great things about building a sports tech product is you get to talk to a lot of coaches, and that's exactly what I've been doing. One thing has been crystal clear, coaches want to know more about our approach to individualizing velocity targets. So I wrote a blog post about our overall philosophy around scaling the unscaleable, and it was one of my favorite blog posts to date. Check it out, link in bio! 📈
📉 
If you haven't already, head to RepOneStrength.com and sign up for updates, and we'll send you two white papers we wrote that can impact your coaching right now!

#RepOneStrength #squatsandscience #vbt #velocitybasedtraining #weightroomanalytics #strengthandconditioning #winintheweightroom
  •  6  1 14 minutes ago
  • (@ignitephyzio) Instagram Profile @ignitephyzio
  • Ignite Phyzio & Sports Performance
  • Get into the habit of following up your stretching and foam rolling and mobility work with ACTIVE mobility!
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    I initially saw @renaeleazarpt do this exercise and loved it. Really great way to isolate (as much as possible) the mid back without compensating from the low back musculature. So often people overwork their lumbar paraspinals and have difficulty moving their mid back on its own
    ———
    Shoot for 5 second holds and try to keep your heels on your butt throughout the movement. If you don’t have the mobility to do that, put a foam roller/pillow/ab mat (depending on how far away you are) so that you can feel your butt resting on something
    ———
    10-12 should be a nice warm up before an overhead day!
    ———
    🤔 Is this something you can see yourself adding to your workout?
    ❓What are some of your favorite t-spine drills! Let’s hear it below ⬇️⬇️
  • Get into the habit of following up your stretching and foam rolling and mobility work with ACTIVE mobility!
———
I initially saw @renaeleazarpt do this exercise and loved it. Really great way to isolate (as much as possible) the mid back without compensating from the low back musculature. So often people overwork their lumbar paraspinals and have difficulty moving their mid back on its own
———
Shoot for 5 second holds and try to keep your heels on your butt throughout the movement. If you don’t have the mobility to do that, put a foam roller/pillow/ab mat (depending on how far away you are) so that you can feel your butt resting on something
———
10-12 should be a nice warm up before an overhead day!
———
🤔 Is this something you can see yourself adding to your workout?
❓What are some of your favorite t-spine drills! Let’s hear it below ⬇️⬇️
  •  19  2 14 minutes ago

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  • (@rupt_au) Instagram Profile @rupt_au
  • Precision Athletica
  • * FOAM ROLLING * Why?
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    • Release muscle tightness which aid in the recovery of muscles and assist in returning them to normal function
    • Release trigger points which are also known as & #039 ;knots& #039 ; and help with resuming normal blood flow and function
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    Normal function means your muscles are elastic, healthy and ready to perform at a moment& #039 ;s notice.
  • * FOAM ROLLING * Why?
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• Release muscle tightness which aid in the recovery of muscles and assist in returning them to normal function
• Release trigger points which are also known as 'knots' and help with resuming normal blood flow and function
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Normal function means your muscles are elastic, healthy and ready to perform at a moment's notice.
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