Hoy nuestro amigo @cristian.callau y uno de los firmes candidatos a plantar batalla a nuestro actual campeón @simon_rama se ha desplazado hasta nuestra localidad para conocer de primera mano “La Cursa del Guerrer”.
Está edición promete un auténtico espectáculo entre los corredores más punteros inscritos en el Trail 22K.
‼️No dejéis pasar la ocasión de venir a disfrutar de posiblemente los mejores corredores Valencianos en nuestra tierra‼️
🎥Subida a la Torre mora dels Coloms Km 21 de la prueba.
Spotlight on my long term client and dear friend @jrobbo48
He has come so far! We started with basic stability ball wall squats and now look at this fantastic kettlebell rack squat!
Awesome job Grasshopper! 😘
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Quality upper torso rotation from Ian Poulter. So much emphasis is put on turning the hips in the downswing, but rotation of the entire pivot, including the chest, throughout impact is crucial in producing powerful and robust alignments.
Great hamstring session today for me and arm session for James, make sure to give these exercises a try!
1️⃣ Wide Feet Squat: hamstring focused squats today, getting as low as possible with a deload at the bottom and slow eccentrics, make sure your knees are pushing outwards all the way up
2️⃣ Barbell Curl - recently found out that if you curl the bar up higher towards the chin it puts more stress on the biceps
Are you targeting the muscles that will enhance your body’s natural shape? Growing up as a gymnast I developed a strong but “blocky” body. I’ve spent years growing my shoulders, my back and my glutes to give more of an X-frame and the illusion of a smaller waist. It’s really cool when you think about it - you’re literally sculpting your body into what you want it to be. Remember this takes time (years) if consistency and hard work 👏🏻
Greatness isn’t caused by genetics. It’s not “naturally” being the best, the fastest, the strongest. Those that become great are usually the hardest workers in the room, the ones that remain consistent when others give up or fall off track. To become great, you have to start something and never stop.