285+2chainz 🤷♂️ went heavier than last week's max and did an extra rep. No weak shit.
- two rep max with chains. 285lbs. - 185lbs squats with pauses at the bottom and middle. 8x4
- leg press 80 reps (not shown)
- RDL at 80lbs dumbells. 10x4
💥BODYWEIGHT CORE💥 All you need is 16 minutes for this anytime, anywhere, and NO EQUIPMENT required, core workout. You’ll definitely want to SAVE📌 this one to try later.
Set a HIIT timer for 4 intervals of 45 seconds work/15 seconds rest. Start with move #1 for FOUR intervals of 45/15. THEN repeat for moves 2,3,&4. So each round will be 4 minutes of each move. Does that make sense? Comment with any questions. Give it a try and let me know what you think! 😅
1️⃣3 scissors to side crunch
2️⃣Plank frog, rotate to toe tap
3️⃣Plank step thru to roll up (this one is from one of my fitness favs! 👉🏼 @tanyapoppett
4️⃣hi/lo plank to side plank
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Rack pulls/deadlifts 😍 to strengthen your lower back, glutes and hammie’s 🙌🏽🍑 it is so crucial to train all major muscle groups to prevent injury, and even get a more well balanced physique. I didn’t do this for the longest time and wondered why i wasn’t seeing progress, but it is so important to train all muscle groups on your body if you want to see improvements and progress. Your body is amazing and incredibly smart, it all works together and if you neglect one area, then it will show in another. having a stronger upper body will help you to lift heavier on lower body movements, and having a stronger core will help to stabilize you during upper and lower body movements. ya catch my vibe?
Song - Bubblegum by Quavo
Think about this 🔥
The women in this photo, are all women I’ve been training for the longest time. These women are ALL FIT, yet they all look different. Fitness does not have “one look” nor does it have an ideal. We are made differently; unique genetics, unique bone structure and unique metabolism.
Never has physical fitness been so popular, which is good in some ways, and bad in so many others.
More than ever before, people are aware of the importance of a living a healthy lifestyle. However, like everything, fitness when unbalanced, can be unhealthy.
In many minds, the obsession to look like bodybuilding legend Arnold Shwarzenegger or fitness model Casi Davis, can cause great harm to peoples minds and spirits.
Many adolescents and young adults are brainwashed by the physical ideals pressured by social media and society and therefore do great harm to their bodies by overtraining, under eating and some even taking drugs.
Like all things in life, believe in the journey, forget about the destination. Train moderately, eat foods that grow from the ground and get some proper sleep.
Let your body define what you will look like and just ENJOY the process.
What counts are the efforts and not the results. Let’s stop with all this negativity, and let’s just be happy about one another’s efforts.
Women and Men come in all shapes and sizes, and that doesn’t change with training.
So let’s stop with the stigma, and this obsession over a “perfect” body, and be happy with your own unique results.
Have a great week everyone🙏🏻
Thank you to my models for this great photoshoot: @munozcel , @ohdiana__ , @xquadzillax , @camibabyinter , @oumy_28
More photos to come soon!