Been in Spain the last week & a lazy week it's been😴 felt weak on this bar so lots of things I want to start training more often #consistency 🔑 also this was the extent of my gymnastics on sand, lots of times my head was very close to the sand🙌🏼👏🏼
#happeningnow en #emprendeweekend . Me encanta este programa🙌🏻porque toma a emprendedores con ideas y los saca con negocios corriendo. Personas que vienen a nosotros con ideas incompletas, miedos, sin recursos y aún así en 90 días los preparamos para que un día como hoy hagan su lanzamiento y le den a PLAY▶️ a su idea. Me encanta ver cómo llegan con el no puedo en la frente y hoy se van con ventas cerradas. . Seguimos cumpliendo sueños y no años porque hemos hecho de agregar valor un negocio. #licenciaparainspirar
“Most of the time people get hurt in positions not because the position itself is bad for them, but simply because they never train in that position.” - @themovementmaestro. ————————————————— I’ll use knee valgus when squatting (knees caving inward towards each other) as an example to elaborate on these quotes. Now, is knee valgus when squatting a “bad” position? I would say no, but it depends on the context. You wouldn’t want to load up a 1 rep max back squat weight and valgus your knees as hard as possible. Keeping your joints stacked/centrated is best for force production and is generally safer at heavy loads. The position itself isn’t “bad,” but not having tissues that are prepared for you to go into valgus isn’t great. Our bodies are resilient. Our bodies are strong and can adapt to stresses we place on them over time. Once again, this doesn’t mean valgus should be encouraged per say, especially at high loads. But I’d rather see someone spend some time in valgus so their bodies can handle it if they ever have to go there.
I used to NEVER feel confident walking out of the house without being dolled up, eyelashes, lips, hair done, the whole bang. Now, some days, I feel MORE confident without any makeup or in my athletic clothing. Im training my body and mind to become confident in my skin.