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Memes, Ups, and Control: Rotator Cuff Muscles CHAOS PUSH UP TUTORIAL Infraspinatus Teres mino Subcapulars @dr.jacob.harden TAKE YOUR PUSH UPS UP A NOTCH . Yesterday we looked at a progression to get your first push up. Today I want to go the other way and show you how to make it more difficult. . Many people move on from push ups after they build a strength base in favor for more heavily loaded movements like the bench press. But the push up still offers a lot of benefits, especially for the strength athlete.🏋️‍♂️ . I like to see push ups in my athletes' prehab programs because they offer something unique over our other horizontal pressing movements...the scapula continue to move. I see a lot people with an inability to control and move their scapula freely. Part of that is because most of our traditional training movements have our shoulder blades pinned down and back and we never move them.🚦 . The push up keeps the shoulder blades moving, so they are a great way to maintain that scapular control. . 🌋This variation, termed the Chaos Pushup from @smittydiesel, is one of my favorite ones to use as it's a good bang your buck exercise. Not only do we work the scapular motion, but we force the rotator cuff to engage harder and dynamically stabilize our shoulder joints. Quality over quantity here. Focus, control, and don't let yourself get sloppy. . Tag a friend who needs some shoulder prehab and share the wealth! . Prehab101
Memes, Ups, and Control: Rotator Cuff Muscles
 CHAOS
 PUSH UP
 TUTORIAL
 Infraspinatus
 Teres mino
 Subcapulars
 @dr.jacob.harden
TAKE YOUR PUSH UPS UP A NOTCH . Yesterday we looked at a progression to get your first push up. Today I want to go the other way and show you how to make it more difficult. . Many people move on from push ups after they build a strength base in favor for more heavily loaded movements like the bench press. But the push up still offers a lot of benefits, especially for the strength athlete.🏋️‍♂️ . I like to see push ups in my athletes' prehab programs because they offer something unique over our other horizontal pressing movements...the scapula continue to move. I see a lot people with an inability to control and move their scapula freely. Part of that is because most of our traditional training movements have our shoulder blades pinned down and back and we never move them.🚦 . The push up keeps the shoulder blades moving, so they are a great way to maintain that scapular control. . 🌋This variation, termed the Chaos Pushup from @smittydiesel, is one of my favorite ones to use as it's a good bang your buck exercise. Not only do we work the scapular motion, but we force the rotator cuff to engage harder and dynamically stabilize our shoulder joints. Quality over quantity here. Focus, control, and don't let yourself get sloppy. . Tag a friend who needs some shoulder prehab and share the wealth! . Prehab101

TAKE YOUR PUSH UPS UP A NOTCH . Yesterday we looked at a progression to get your first push up. Today I want to go the other way and show yo...

Crazy, Disappointed, and Friends: This episode was crazy! So much to talk about! Careful everyone: spoilers ahead! Just a quick summary of my thoughts of the episode. First of all, well done to the actor that plays Meera Reed! In such few lines she just completely blew me away! All she did for Bran, losing her brother, losing Hodor and Summer and still willing to sacrifice her own life, and all she got back was "thanks" followed up by "for all you've done for me" was insane. I understand Bran is the three eyed raven now, but jesus, Meera is still the same person and still has feelings, at least act like you give a fuck. Then seeing Sansa and Arya in their reunion was great. Not only because how long they haven't seen each other in the show, but also that they were able to act so well regarding the fact that they're best friends in real life! Props to them too! Now, what made this episode so great was(in my opinion) the battle. We really got to see how good of a man Jaime really is; When Lord Tarley suggested whipping the men at the back of the caravan to motivate them to move faster, Jaime was against it and said they fought hard and deserve the rest. Jaime also refused to leave his men when all seemed lost. He was willing to sacrifice himself to kill Dany, and even if he was successful(saving thousands of lives by preventing the war), Drogon would have killed him immediately and he knew it. The battle also highlighted the friendship between Bronn and Jaime. When Bronn fell of his horse and lost his bag of coins, he did not choose to pick the coins back up and flee; he chose to fight by trying to kill the dragon and eventually winded up saving Jaime by jumping in front of the dragonfire. Other than that I loved the dialogue between Daenerys and Jon, but was also disappointed that Daenerys still wants Jon to bend the knee. Be sure to let me know what your thoughts are in the comments! 👇
Crazy, Disappointed, and Friends: This episode was crazy! So much to talk about! Careful everyone: spoilers ahead! Just a quick summary of my thoughts of the episode. First of all, well done to the actor that plays Meera Reed! In such few lines she just completely blew me away! All she did for Bran, losing her brother, losing Hodor and Summer and still willing to sacrifice her own life, and all she got back was "thanks" followed up by "for all you've done for me" was insane. I understand Bran is the three eyed raven now, but jesus, Meera is still the same person and still has feelings, at least act like you give a fuck. Then seeing Sansa and Arya in their reunion was great. Not only because how long they haven't seen each other in the show, but also that they were able to act so well regarding the fact that they're best friends in real life! Props to them too! Now, what made this episode so great was(in my opinion) the battle. We really got to see how good of a man Jaime really is; When Lord Tarley suggested whipping the men at the back of the caravan to motivate them to move faster, Jaime was against it and said they fought hard and deserve the rest. Jaime also refused to leave his men when all seemed lost. He was willing to sacrifice himself to kill Dany, and even if he was successful(saving thousands of lives by preventing the war), Drogon would have killed him immediately and he knew it. The battle also highlighted the friendship between Bronn and Jaime. When Bronn fell of his horse and lost his bag of coins, he did not choose to pick the coins back up and flee; he chose to fight by trying to kill the dragon and eventually winded up saving Jaime by jumping in front of the dragonfire. Other than that I loved the dialogue between Daenerys and Jon, but was also disappointed that Daenerys still wants Jon to bend the knee. Be sure to let me know what your thoughts are in the comments! 👇

This episode was crazy! So much to talk about! Careful everyone: spoilers ahead! Just a quick summary of my thoughts of the episode. First o...

Bad, Memes, and youtube.com: NOW ONYOUTUBE REHAB SESSIONS EPISODE 6 DOES YOUR POSTURE TRANSFER TO YOUR TRAINING? Posture gives us great insight into your habits. It tells us what position your body has found as it's default. Quite often, I see those same habits transfer into training technique though, and that can be problematic. . When we are in low stress situations like routine daily activities, it's good to have variability in our postures and positions. Quite frankly, your posture probably doesn't matter that much. Just stay fluid and keep moving.🌊 . But when we get into higher stress situations, like training, everything changes. As the stress level climbs, there becomes an optimal way to handle it. We know that as optimal training technique or "proper form". Here we have less room for variability and need to adhere more to our "ideal".👌 . I see quite often though that people's postures transfer into their training. This was the case here with @peytonroycewwe as she was holding a large anterior pelvic tilt under load and irritating her low back. The problem wasn't the tilt or the posture. The problem was that she didn't organize her body into the ideal position when the stress level got high and ended up overloading her back. . So don't demonize or fret about your posture. Just stay fluid and realize that it is something you need to account for and focus on when it comes time to perform at a high level.🏈🏋️‍♂️⚽️ . 🎥The full video is live on my YouTube! Check it out via the link on my bio. And tag a friend with "bad posture" and share the wealth! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox
Bad, Memes, and youtube.com: NOW ONYOUTUBE
 REHAB SESSIONS
 EPISODE 6
DOES YOUR POSTURE TRANSFER TO YOUR TRAINING? Posture gives us great insight into your habits. It tells us what position your body has found as it's default. Quite often, I see those same habits transfer into training technique though, and that can be problematic. . When we are in low stress situations like routine daily activities, it's good to have variability in our postures and positions. Quite frankly, your posture probably doesn't matter that much. Just stay fluid and keep moving.🌊 . But when we get into higher stress situations, like training, everything changes. As the stress level climbs, there becomes an optimal way to handle it. We know that as optimal training technique or "proper form". Here we have less room for variability and need to adhere more to our "ideal".👌 . I see quite often though that people's postures transfer into their training. This was the case here with @peytonroycewwe as she was holding a large anterior pelvic tilt under load and irritating her low back. The problem wasn't the tilt or the posture. The problem was that she didn't organize her body into the ideal position when the stress level got high and ended up overloading her back. . So don't demonize or fret about your posture. Just stay fluid and realize that it is something you need to account for and focus on when it comes time to perform at a high level.🏈🏋️‍♂️⚽️ . 🎥The full video is live on my YouTube! Check it out via the link on my bio. And tag a friend with "bad posture" and share the wealth! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox

DOES YOUR POSTURE TRANSFER TO YOUR TRAINING? Posture gives us great insight into your habits. It tells us what position your body has found ...

Alive, Anaconda, and Bad: my family vacation back in 2012 were my biggest wake up call. Especially this where I was in my swimsuit tanning🙈. I gained tons of weight during my late teenage years. I guess due to depression from moving away from the country I grew up in. I found comfort in food, became lethargic and really shy. From then on, I tried losing weight a few times which made my weight fluctuate up and down. I had my child in 2007 and I got even more bigger. I realized in 2012 during that summer that I can't live my life just dreaming and watching people live their life to the fullest. I can't sit around and not be active with my little one. And I can't risk having health issues. I wanted more out of life. I wanted to feel alive for my child and I want to set a good example for her. That's my back story Since then I lost 100 lbs and kept it off. Right now I'm 15 lbs above my usual stage weight and that's okay because competing isn't in my plans at the moment. I have good and bad days just like everyone else. What matters is that even if I feel like I'm failing at some point, I keep going and I try my best everyday. My goal right now is to be stronger and build the best body I could achieve in the healthiest way possible without going to extremes. A fitness journey doesn't have a finish line. You're also never too old to start Before I get asked again. I didn't have any type or surgery to lose weight and I didn't have any type of skin surgery either. Just work hard and learn your own body @ceceven .
Alive, Anaconda, and Bad: my family vacation back in 2012 were my biggest wake up call. Especially this where I was in my swimsuit tanning🙈. I gained tons of weight during my late teenage years. I guess due to depression from moving away from the country I grew up in. I found comfort in food, became lethargic and really shy. From then on, I tried losing weight a few times which made my weight fluctuate up and down. I had my child in 2007 and I got even more bigger. I realized in 2012 during that summer that I can't live my life just dreaming and watching people live their life to the fullest. I can't sit around and not be active with my little one. And I can't risk having health issues. I wanted more out of life. I wanted to feel alive for my child and I want to set a good example for her. That's my back story Since then I lost 100 lbs and kept it off. Right now I'm 15 lbs above my usual stage weight and that's okay because competing isn't in my plans at the moment. I have good and bad days just like everyone else. What matters is that even if I feel like I'm failing at some point, I keep going and I try my best everyday. My goal right now is to be stronger and build the best body I could achieve in the healthiest way possible without going to extremes. A fitness journey doesn't have a finish line. You're also never too old to start Before I get asked again. I didn't have any type or surgery to lose weight and I didn't have any type of skin surgery either. Just work hard and learn your own body @ceceven .

my family vacation back in 2012 were my biggest wake up call. Especially this where I was in my swimsuit tanning🙈. I gained tons of weight d...