...Finalmente 😍 .. secondo paia di leggings biomolecolari arrivati ♥️ ... ...il tempo di bere il mio the drenante al limone 🍋 e parto per andare a fare due salti in palestra🏋️♀️ 🧘♀️🏊🏻♂️ #virginactive...♥️
Fun ‘throwback’ to my @virginactiveuk days (nearly 5 years ago) where I was known as the Timinator lol.
This was mainly due to the fact that I was always on the gym floor talking to everyone and getting that gym floor hustle going on. -
Virgin had a word called ‘Ooomph’ and it was all abouts delivering Ooomph on the Gym floor. I was known as an Ooompher lol. The opposite was a ‘frumper’. Negative pts always on their phones were known as frumpers.
A lot of people like to slate Virgin Active but they taught me some skills and values that I still hold to this day. The main ones being, go out of your way to make a difference on the gym floor. Help people. Get out of your own head and actually deliver the service people need. Teach people how to train and be s nice friendly person at the same time.
I believe fitness professionals should above all be friendly and approachable because the gym can be an intimidating place and it’s our job to make it nice. -
Grateful for the Virgin days. My formative years
Remember this badge @thepowtential ? I’m sure @pure_garden_design does lol. -
How To Start Training With Gymnastic Rings!!! ⭕️ ⭕️ -
EXERCISES - For strength, lean muscle and shoulder health!!!
Before anything else, you should self-assess to make sure you’ve got the strength, control and shoulder flexibility to pull off tougher moves. -
One advantage of rings training is the increased range of motion it allows, but without strong shoulder ligaments, that can cause trouble. -
If smartly planned, ring training combines strength, hypertrophy and joint health, forcing your body to work in unexpected ways and build the straight-arm strength that’s so important in calisthenics.
They’ll also allow you to work your shoulders through ranges where they’d normally be weak, helping your shoulder joints get healthy and strong!
Sooooo...... next time your at the gym try Support pose, L-sit or lever. You can easily search them on google. Yes they are challenging but wow they are fun!