Start. Middle and the end of 18.1 eyes closed and just trying to push, the one thing I would change is having my equipment closer. But with no pressure of competing its one and done this year. So much fun to do this along side everyone that trains @the_concept_sdc and looking forward to the next 4 weeks 👊
This is a pretty confronting post to make. And only a few people know, but a few years a go I ended up in hospital on a drip, shaking and throwing up all night. Things can seem fine on the outside but it's still a constant battle. Help raise awareness thats it's ok to speak
New strength program starting on the 8th of May! 💪💪 I don't deadlift often but when I do...200kg for 4 then 3x4 at 180kg
Something you will see more often in the upcoming sttength program. It's the perfect time to be getting strong in the sport of fitness. So lets get ready to smash records and gain some serious strength 💪💪
Ended training doing some handstands with @jenhoy2 from the @newcastlejetswomen. Although soccer is her focus this is a great example of how even elite athletes crosstrain as part of their work. We can all push ourselves beyond our individual comfort zones by attempting new things and pursuing activities that keep the fun in our daily grind.
I saw someone post this this morning, and it's something that really resonates with me. Yes having your own business can be very tiring but the awesome thing is you get to surround yourself with great people. They're the ones that will stay around give advice and help out when they can. And with that it just seems to attract more positive people. Keep pushing and do what you love. @theconcept1932@clockwork_bodies@alchemyinst
The goal when training for strength is to vary the way you stress your body. Always just adding more load/volume can stress your system too much and lead to over training. Here are some higher volume paused squats to change the stimulus. Whilst the RPE was still high the load was low. How does your training look? @clockwork_bodies@theconcept1932@asnhunter