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Alice Round  EX SPORTSCIENTIST & NUTRITIONIST 🌱 HELPING WOMEN 🌎 @BREAKTHROUGHTHEBS πŸ‘Š Snapchat πŸ‘»: aliround πŸŽ₯ PODCAST/YOUTUBE πŸ“š 21 DAY BREAK THE CYCLE SYSTEM

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Just a gentle reminder to anyone out there having a tough or more challenging day, week or month.... tough times make for an extraordinary destiny. Every tough moment shapes you to be the person you are and your in charge of that outcome .........your choices in tough moments shape your future and your personality......they can teach you a lesson and have you grow from it, if you let it....... hard times can challenge you to change for the positive or let you crumble beneath it. Don't crumble. Your not a pastry 😝. Your a strong French baguette πŸ₯–πŸ’
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Take a moment to think about all the hard shit you got through in your life if your struggling.... your still here correct??? That means you got through shit once and you can sure as hell do it again.... even bigger piles of shit if you have to πŸ’©β€οΈπŸ€›

Thankyou @parkeraesthetics for keeping me fresh AF 😏😏😏 the only woman I trust to highlight your natural features whilst fighting the anti ageing process as I try to continue to look the age of my maturity levels ❀️I'm not a big make up wearer on the regular so getting a little touch up here and there also fights the need for it (yes I get Botox, yes I'm honest about it) if your in Perth check out there page @parkeraesthetics πŸ‘‰

On Mondays I like to focus on gratitude.... well everyday.... but Mondays in particular really spending a solid 10-15 minutes focusing on all of the positive things in my life because Mondays used to be the day I lost my shit when I would open my emails and stress as soon as work would pile up. Changing your state in 5-10 minutes can change your day and now I'm grateful for work, for the ability to run my own business and blessed to have epic clients to work with.........BUT today I'm particularly grateful for the ability to work a lot of the time online meaning I can decide if I want to wear pants to work or a onsie πŸ’πŸ’πŸ’ #grateful πŸ˜πŸ‘–βŒ more of said atire on my snap πŸ‘» @aliround username

Sometimes you start something that you don't know where it's going to go but you have a feeling in your heart that's it's going to be the start of something good ❀️. I started a little program called breakthrough almost 6 months ago. A program that was for real women with real struggles, sick of the fads and yoyo diets, sick of plans that don't work with a family or kids and no flexibility, sick of being restricted and failing, sick of hours or cardio to get results or sick of hating there body image and putting so much self worth into it..... and many more reasons and stories.... today we had our first meet up with our WA contingent of the AU wide program. So blessed to have all of these women on board in a program that isn't just fat loss.... its growth... personal and community growth, empowerment and strength in all aspects of the word. Each lady has her own journey but together there able to support each other as are we the coaches in helping them breakthrough the tough parts in there journey to make the journey more enjoyable and real. Thanks again ladies ❀️ I got a little overwhelmed walking into this as did coach @jesshull_fitness so we truly thankyou for those who came ❀️ even though we coach online being able to connect means the world to me. Want to more more about the program check out @breakthroughthebs πŸ‘‰

Sundays are for Lululemon, β˜•οΈ coffee dates and washing my hair πŸ’..... oh and work 😝 the life of a coach. But I wouldn't have it any other way ❀️❀️❀️❀️❀️ seeing my clients grow, change- physically and mentally means more to me than I ever thought it would (posted up 2x new you tube videos link in bioπŸ‘‰) -
P.S does anyone else have the lululemon align leggings in ever colour πŸ˜πŸ‘–

🎬Talking carbohydrates and pooping πŸ’©, menstrual cycles and competing β˜ΊοΈπŸ™‹, training splits, macronutrient breakdowns, check ins with clients, training explanations πŸ’ͺ, supplements, cooking demos πŸ₯˜ and more in #preplife series now on you tube. I will be trying to keep it far from basic white girl content so please let me know what you would love covered.
WHY.... I want to give people who don't compete a little insight from a coaching and client stand point as well as some of the realities people don't talk about but I feel people should be aware of.
Safe to say I have been slack with you tube of late and to be honest I struggle with time to edit and film SO I have invested in getting some help with it all every single week to assure content goes up WEEKLY ❀️❀️❀️ I really hope you can enjoy these videos. If there is anything you would love to see please COMMENT BELOW πŸ‘‰ or on you tube. YOU TUBE link in bio to episode 1. Ft all the lols from @laura_brittain and @mclaneytrained to be prepared πŸ˜‚πŸ’πŸ’©πŸͺπŸ”πŸ“š -
Thankyou @jacksonchristopherheeley πŸŽ₯ and @bodyscience 🍏

Don't forget to smack that posterior chain..... for most people more so than your anterior chain. WHY? Because we have become SO sedentary ❌ sitting all day, being lazy with posture and not being as active can cause a lot of issues with poor mobility and also muscle activation esp in the posterior chain. SO WAKE those muscle UP. Hitting posterior chain (aka your backside from the calves to the hammys and glutes all the way up your lumbar, thoracic and to your upper back and rear delts) these muscle groups can get lazy and also tight. So be sure to mobilise as well as train with efficient range of motion for the movement and bang on technique to gain the greatest benefit. One of my favourite lower back, hammy and glute strengthening movements is a BB GOOD MORNING: tips for this are weight back into your heels, keep your back neutral and also head, sink back with the hips as you push your chest over the bar, keep a soft knee bend and squeeze your glutes and hammys coming up. This is a more advanced movement you can begin with just a bar or even banded if you have had any lower back injuries even starting with a 45 degree back extension. So don't neglect your back side πŸ’ it's not just for ass gains but overall structural balance, injury prevention and so much more β€οΈπŸ€› NEW YOU TUBE VIDEO UP πŸ’

"Love is like a fart. If you have to force it it's probably shit 😎😝" probably my favourite quote when it comes to love because it's true. A lot of people always say to us "you have such a good relationship" it's because we chose to, we have our struggles in life but together we make them easier not harder, it's easy when you treat your partner the way you would like to be treated and spoken to. I'm not a soppy person and I like to see the humour in life and so does our relationship. Can't believe it's been 2 years today with you, happy anniversary to my pumpkin πŸŽƒ aka #mclaneytrained. The most drama free, happy, effortless, ever loving and ever respectful relationship I have ever been in. This is what a real partnership feels life. A team. And team work makes the dream work πŸ˜œπŸ€›. Can't wait to spend more years with you laughing, loving and nurturing each other's goals and dreams. Little did Sean know when we got introduced over 2 years ago we would be here πŸ˜‚ jokes on you Mclaney your stuck with me and the dogs now 🐢

I'm sure you have heard about a little old term called TEMPO or time under tension (T.U.T) but do you utilise it when you train πŸ™‹ I write tempos down for all of my clients programs for specific reasons and I know they get a bit naughty with it........ maybe I don't stress the importance enough as a coach but tempo can be useful for so many things. A way of progressively overloading, injury prevention, working through a sticking point or weak area of a lift (aka paused reps or partials etc) and many more benefits. Even when your going "heavy" in my opinion focusing on tempo to schange me extent will help not only reduce injury risk but also activate the correct muscle groups. Depending on the exercise and goal different tempos can be used. Eg explosive power and speed work will be more FAST tempos, where as rehabilitation work may be a slower tempo or on a smaller more lagging body part. Hamstrings I believe are one of the body parts and glutes that tempo and control needs to be utilised to assure your hitting the right muscle groups. A lot of the time clients rush and complain about feeling there lower back ❌ often just slowing down a movement can help you focus on where your pulling/pushing from and where u should be feeling it rather than just grabbing the heaviest dumbells on the rack. Final burnout set of DB RDLS tonight @25kg Dumbbells for 12 SLOW paused reps 4211 tempo, followed by 10 faster 2110 tempo reps to fatigue. Real time speed at the start of the video..... learn how to use tempo to your advantage and boost your training longevity. Get your tempo and form right BEFOR adding more load to the Movement πŸ€›πŸ‘ and...... Be sure to stretch out those creamy hamstrings" (insert family guy reference every hammy day)

Don't burn πŸ•―yourself out trying to light someone else's candle. The fire has to come from within. You can help in keeping it burning bright but they must want it bad enough to ignite it to begin the journey. -

You have to do the work πŸ’πŸ˜ˆπŸ˜ we all have to do the work, there is NO shortcuts

Do you have a secret toxic relationship with food that you want to break up with long term πŸ˜œπŸ™‹ sick of the cycle, the yoyo, the binge ALL OF IT... feel like your in a bad relationship, sick of cheating on it and want a healthy relationship with food, your body and your confidence. Often people want to get leaner, stronger, grow muscle etc but often there mindset is what is holding them back often not the strategy to get there. Often I work with a client on nutrition and it's often not the nutrition itself but implementation, follow through and accountability that is the tough part. Learning to take back your power with food is powerful for getting results. πŸ™‹πŸ’₯
Along with expert NLP therapist Jason we have just launched a new 21 day simple coaching program focusing on the above and so much more for a super cheap launch price for the first 100 people. Head to the link above or sign up or my coaching page for a full webinar πŸ‘†πŸ‘†πŸ‘†(45 minutes of info on the program and topic)
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If you have any friends or loved ones obsessing over food or battling a toxic relationship and YOYO share this with them. Link to sign up in bio ❀️πŸ’₯

πŸΏπŸ“š BOOKS πŸ“šπŸΏ as some of you may have seen in my videos im a bit of a collector of literature πŸ˜‚ some of which I read 10 pages some of which I read back to back and cover to cover in a few days..... I recently have been enjoying books more focused on mindset, business and leadership and also auto biographies from successful people in life that inspire me. I got asked by some clients what my favourite reads are and I will list 10 below that I have enjoyed in the last year or so.
1. The subtle art of not giving a fuck πŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ hands down the best and easiest read ever, I read this in 2 days in Bali πŸ’
2. Breaking the habit of being yourself a Dr joe dispenza πŸ™
3. Shoe dog- (aka Nike) Phil knight πŸ‘Ÿ
4. You have the power to change stuff - Daniel Flynn πŸ€›
5. 18 minutes- peter Bergman πŸ’―
6. Tools of the titans- Tim ferris 😎
7. 7 habits of highly successful people- Stephen r covey πŸ™‹
8. The barefoot investor - Scott pape πŸ’ƒ
9. Thinking fast acting slow- Daniel kahneman πŸƒβ€β™€οΈ
10. Like a virgin - Richard Branson ✈️ -
It's been a nice change to the normal nutrition and science based reading so if you have anymore recommendations below πŸ“šπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘‡I would love to hear them and hope you enjoy any of these ❀️
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P. S sorry not sorry I got my hands on this one of a kind @jporterclothing top πŸ€›πŸ’―

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