If only I could run a 10k in that time!
I believe that rowing is such a great cross training activity for runners (What’s everyone else’s x-train activity of choice?). It’s a full body workout but it is particularly good for the posterior chain: like doing a thousand deadlifts! And it’s also superb cardio... I row frequently and as it is much more controlled and standardised than road running I find it a great way to track my general fitness.
In addition to all that, I find the low impact nature eases my tight muscles after a run and I feel so much better and stronger on my next run - especially if I have a niggle (quads being my latest problem area)
Today I rowed a personal best 10k. Having done no running for a few days (a bit of a full on weekend being definitely unhealthy!) I came to it fresh... It’s a minute faster than my previous PB!
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Fim de treino é sempre cansativo, mas o sentimento de recompensa pelo esforço é enorme.
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Repost...Abductor (inner thigh) and Adductor (outer thigh) exercises for home training! I'm videoing Morgan V doing Side-to-side Lunges for 20 repetitions each leg after Side Band Shuffles during a training session. This is part of our Agonist/Antagonist training which helps create symmetry.
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Patiently waiting for this cold weather to turn into spring so I can run outside again!! 🏃♀️ I am thinking about signing up for some road races this summer! I did a few trail races (my first ever “race”) in the fall and the more I run the more I love running 🤷♀️😂
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Swing into the week..... what have we got planned beautiful ladies! ❤️
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It’s not often you get the chance to go in a dunk tank but hey there are perks of being at uni!! We often look at how we train based upon how much work we’re doing or how much weight we’re lifting. Yet what many athletes must consider is training in different environments. In this case we were considering how the cold affects performance. Extreme environments are going to have a large affect on how we perform yet training within these environments can make us become better athletes due to the physiological changes within our body.
w o r k o u t notes. .
here it is. the circuit you asked for. it may have taken me a few days to post it here, but, i hear you. always. so, let’s talk the details.
this is a two part workout. part 1 - treadmill intervals. start at 1% incline and work towards 15%. 30 second run, 30 second rest. during your 30 second break, add 1% incline. after 15 minutes [when you make it to 15%], start part 2 - circuit work. set the clock for 20 minutes and complete as many rounds as possible. 10 lunge, 10 squat & press combo [count squats for reps], 10 push up bird dog/tuck, 10 lateral lunge balance and curl, 10 burpee with lateral raise, 2 minute run. that’s it. sweat 💦 your heart ♥️ out.
sometimes i wonder why i film these videos real time 😛 it’s basically an extra round of work at the end of the workout 💀 t i r e d. .
save it. modify it. make it happen. and, have the best day, ladies and gents.
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6 STEPS to Split Jerk
This video demonstrates the 6 steps which will help you determine your starting and landing position for the Split Jerk.
STEP 1: Draw the line in front your toes
(line of back leg position)
STEP 2: Kneel down
STEP 3: Draw the line in front of your knees (your start position)
STEP 4: Step forward with your dominant leg
(your shin should be parallel to your thigh)
STEP 5: Draw the circle in front of your front foot
(position of your front leg)
STEP 6: Stand up saving the position of your feet
STEP 7-100: a lot of practice from the Starting Position like on the video. If you want to have a good Split Jerk, I recommended between 50-100 reps after each training session!
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