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Snapshot from Fridays training...
AM:
1. Back Squat 1RM to 235kg, 4 reps @ 207kg (88%)

PM:
1. Snatch 1RM to 125kg, missed 132kg twice.
2. C&J 1RM to 165kg - ran out of time. Could have a gone a bit heavier.

Main goal at the moment is body composition (<10% body fat) so Olympic lifts will suffer a little at the moment as am in a 40% calorie deficit (2300kcal/day) with two refeeds/week still below maintenance two days/week (3300kcal). •
When I get a my body comp sorted, I will then look to go back to maintenance calories/macros and push Olympic Lifts.

Being a type 3, paused squats work for me. Give me good feeling of control and help me improve my technique. First working set in the first vid, last set in the second, last rep is messy. #quads #quadsgains #squat #pausedsquats #type3 #neurotyping #thibarmy #mygirlismystrength❤️

110kg snatch ( had 2 great attempts on 115kg) and 145 clean and jerk at 88kg bodyweight. In last 5 weeks my weight went down from 97kg to 88kg! Happy with my performance can't wait to start building back to 94s
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In this second capsule on the bench press, @alexbabin_ discusses weaknesses at the lockout. This is actually an easy problem to fix, and there are several ways to go about it. Click the video to learn two of Alex’s best correctives for this particular weakness. To watch full video, search for BEST VARIATION EXERCISES – THE BENCH PRESS – WEAK AT LOCKOUT on the blog (September 8th, 2017)

18.1 is out... The demands for spine flexion and extension, as well as for overhead movement, are high.  In your warm-up, try mobilizing the spine into flexion and extension (rolling patterns, roll ups, hollowing to superman...), and specifically the t-spine to facilitate full shoulder elevation (example below). .
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Thank you @mai_thibarmy for believing in my (old) joints and muscles. #Repost @mai_thibarmy with @get_repost
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HIP INJURY REHAB CASE STUDY
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My buddy @datgregtho injured his hip catching a (very heavy) power clean.  He felt the knee cave and the hip collapse.  When he came to see me, he had some pinching and pain at end range of full flexion and even more in FADIR (flexion/adduction/internal rotaion). I suggested he consult and get some diagnostic tests. .
In the meantime, Greg wants to keep moving, a concept with which I agree.  Early mobilization is key. Especially for a CrossFit athlete like Greg.  Our objectives for Phase 1 are:
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1. Protection via activity modification: Maintain mobility work while avoiding painful end ranges of motion (FADIR) and continue training but avoid activities resembling MOI: dynamic landings and catches, wall ball, deep squats (esp. with rapid eccentric), decrease training intensity, avoid repetitive hip solicitation (rower, running) .
2. Isolated activation of surrounding musculature: Upon assessing Greg, I noted arthrogenic inhibition of the left gluteus medius and even more so the left gluteus maximus when compared to the right (non-injured) side.  He also indicated that he had started to get some lower back pain, particularly on the left side, which is typical of low back compensation when the glute max isn't working at full potential. Note that he has never had low back pain before. His activation exercises target the glute max, glute med and adductors in order to treat this and prevent further inhibition. .
3. Dissociation work: When the glutes become inhibited following injury, compensation occurs quite quickly.  I've also included some dissociation exercises to make sure Greg can both a) move the pelvis on stable hips and b) move the hips on stable pelvis.
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We'll share some of our exercises as we work through Greg's rehab.
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Still limping around with my torn PCL. Might as well learn a thing or 2 in the meantime 💪💪💪 Liking what I see so far @thibarmy @liftrunbang

Although assistance work is important, over-emphasis on assistance work can bite you in the ass. In order to master the big lifts, it is important to train these with high frequency. You should know when to use an assistance exercise, which one to use and why, but avoid “majoring in the minors”. To watch full video, search for THE USE OF ASSISTANCE WORK IN POWERLIFTING TRAINING on the blog (September 7th, 2017). @alexbabin_

HIP INJURY REHAB CASE STUDY
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My buddy @datgregtho injured his hip catching a (very heavy) power clean.  He felt the knee cave and the hip collapse.  When he came to see me, he had some pinching and pain at end range of full flexion and even more in FADIR (flexion/adduction/internal rotaion). I suggested he consult and get some diagnostic tests. .
In the meantime, Greg wants to keep moving, a concept with which I agree.  Early mobilization is key. Especially for a CrossFit athlete like Greg.  Our objectives for Phase 1 are:
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1. Protection via activity modification: Maintain mobility work while avoiding painful end ranges of motion (FADIR) and continue training but avoid activities resembling MOI: dynamic landings and catches, wall ball, deep squats (esp. with rapid eccentric), decrease training intensity, avoid repetitive hip solicitation (rower, running) .
2. Isolated activation of surrounding musculature: Upon assessing Greg, I noted arthrogenic inhibition of the left gluteus medius and even more so the left gluteus maximus when compared to the right (non-injured) side.  He also indicated that he had started to get some lower back pain, particularly on the left side, which is typical of low back compensation when the glute max isn't working at full potential. Note that he has never had low back pain before. His activation exercises target the glute max, glute med and adductors in order to treat this and prevent further inhibition. .
3. Dissociation work: When the glutes become inhibited following injury, compensation occurs quite quickly.  I've also included some dissociation exercises to make sure Greg can both a) move the pelvis on stable hips and b) move the hips on stable pelvis.
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We'll share some of our exercises as we work through Greg's rehab.
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#Thibarmy #zsfamily #xpnworld

In collaboration with Thibarmy, @alexbabin_ @defygravityteam offers online coaching to teach you optimal lifting techniques based on your mechanics to help you break through your plateaus and become stronger.

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In this first video of a series on variation exercises for weaknesses on the bench press, Alex addresses one of the more common weaknesses: coming off the chest. Alex provides details on 3 corrective exercises he likes to use to fix this weakness. To watch full video, search for BEST VARIATION EXERCISES – THE BENCH PRESS – WEAK OFF THE CHEST on the blog. (September 6th, 2017)

SPINE HEALTH
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Exploring spine flexion and extension...exhale, extend, reach. Stay active throughout and connected to the brreath
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Day 2 of the Conjugate Bodybuilding Program, upper body day. Chest, shoulders, and upper back.

A. Close Grip Floor Press - work up to 3 rep max
B. Military Press - 4 x 4-6
C1. Dumbbell Push Press - 4 x 4-6
C2. Lateral Raise - 4 x 8-10
D1. Bent over row (use slight lower back action to move more weight) 4 x 4-6
D2. Pendlay Row - 4 x 8-10 (contract for 2 count )
E1. Triceps floor extension - 4 x 4-6 (pause at bottom for 2 seconds)
E2. Triceps band pushdown - 4 x Max Reps in 60 seconds

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#400Lunges 😱 @thibarmy muscle mass bible program - monster effort - walking like one too 😰#legday #legdayworkout next up single leg hammy curls 8/8/8 drop sets x 3 and single leg leg press x 20 reps 2x each leg 🤔do it with a partner ✅🤢 @tokiboy10

Wave goodbye to your old body!

The Wave Method; I recently learned from #THIBARMY is an amazing tool for developing size and strength.

It's simple, but no one said it was easy.. I'd say it's one for the more advanced lifters because there's more than meets the eye to this one.
The focus, as always is Perfect reps. Every micron of movement should be controlled, concentrated and confident.

The method for each set is to start with 3 reps at one weight; add weight and perform 2 reps; add weight and perform 1 rep.
The next set, you move your 2-rep-weight from the previous set into first place and do 3 reps of it; then 2 reps at the weight you last did 1 rep of; then add more weight and do a single rep.
The next set, you repeat the process of adding weight.

It's a total of 6 reps per set. If you're an advanced lifter, you should be able to do something within the rhelms of a perfect rep and you know what difference it makes.
So of you're an advanced lifter; I don't have to explain that such a low rep range would obviously mean they're all going to be perfect reps.. Focus on form and function and working your body to perfection.

Then feed up, kick back, relax and watch the gains come in waves.. #mrbodywar #watchmegrow #ridethewave #catchthewave #wave #waves #bodybuilding #fit #fitness #physique #bodybuildingtips #gym #workout #lift #grind #rep #reps #tilltheybleed #burn #heat #fire #gains #muscle #chestday

HIP MOBILITY .
Sunday was mobility funday @zonesportive.
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👈 In the left-hand video I played around with "floating" shin boxes with a hip raise. Great work for the core and hip rotators.
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👉 On the right-hand side, full curtsy lunges. Try to tuck that back knee right beside the support foot and lower down with control. Not only does this mobilize both hips, but it also provides valgus stress at the knee and eversion stress at the ankle, much needed for building resilience. .
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Great start to this week by punching Monday in the face with a new power clean PB @ 160kg and then 165kg 😁🕺 @rxlab keeps bringing the heat with the metcons after this 😱🔥 What will the rest of the week hold....🤔 @thedavecastro be a bro and lets keep 18.1 nice and “clean” (hint hint 😉😂) These @darkperformanceapparel shorts are the business👌
@nutritechfit supps are doing their job big time 💪👌 #crossfit
#powerclean #personalbest
#stronger #faster #blessed
#betterthanyesterday
#nelsparta #thibarmy #rxlab #weightlifting
#mondaymotivation #lovethisshit

Whether it be high frequency, high volume or high intensity, practice doesn’t make perfect, practice makes permanent. So, among other things, coaching is key for this type of approach. However, frequency is key in learning and mastering a new motor pattern. To learn more, search for MINIMALIST HIGH FREQUENCY TRAINING IN POWERLIFTING on the blog. (September 5th, 2017)

Sunday funday mobility at the gym. Tried this 6-point nod from Strength Matters for multisegmental spine mobility 👌

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Never settle for mediocre. Always aim to push forward, improve daily and most importantly enjoy the process 😁👍 Enjoyed working a few sets of 5 @ 200kg today amongst other things. Blessed to be able to train and move 💪

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#stronger #betterthanyesterday
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#trainlikeapro #nutritechfit #thibarmy #rxlab

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