I'm a big fan of the warm-up in @briancarroll81's 10/20/Life training methodology. A big part of that is the McGill Big 3. In this video @mrsgoogs demonstrates the McGill Big 3. My apologies her head is accidentally chopped off during the curl up. #physiotherapy#rehab#exercise#backrehab#mcgill#backfitpro#powerrackstrength#1020life#ptswholift#physiotherapistswhopowerlift#repost @mrsgoogs (@get_repost) ・・・ Staying true to 10/20/Life principals I always make sure I do a thorough warm up. This is the McGill warm up that I do before every training session no matter what I am training that day. Currently in offseason and my latest training log is up. Link in bio.
Today is always a very emotional day for me. Reminds me of a very dark, physically and mentally painful time in my life. Even though rehab was long and it's still a journey with chronic pain, you got through it darling. You NEVER know how strong you are until being strong is all you have. Would not be here today, not without the Grace of God. I don't know why bad things happen to good people. Idk why I was the victim of a drunk driver, Idk why or how I survived an impact of 110mph, idk why I've beaten the odds and can walk, idk why I'm not paralyzed ,but I know God has held my hand every step of the way. God never promised a life without troubles, but He did promise he'd be with us through them. Sometimes when you think you're walking through a dark time alone, that's when God is carrying you. I remember laying bedridden for months not able to pee or shower on my own and being in so much pain , starring at the ceiling and crying to God, "why?" Idk the why's, but I know the how's. He is HOW I got through this. He is HOW I get through every day. I have a different mindset after this, see things differently. We all, young and old, are NOT promised tomorrow. Petty things don't matter. Don't hold onto grudges. Forgive and love one another. Life is short and unpredictable. #blessed#thankful#recovery#rehab#faith#qotd
What is Elbow Bursitis? Elbow bursitis occurs in the olecranon bursa, a thin, slippery, fluid-filled sac that serves as a both a cushion and lubricant between the skin and the boney tip of the elbow (the olecranon). The olecranon bursa develops sometime after age 7. It is composed of a thin outer membrane, called a synovium, and an inner fluid, called synovial fluid. Bursitis occurs when the synovium becomes irritated and inflamed. A severe case of elbow bursitis can cause the inflamed olecranon bursa to swell to 6 or 7 cm long by 2.5 cm wide, making it look as if there is small egg or golf ball under the skin. Such visible, site-specific swelling can make elbow bursitis easy to diagnose. Less obvious may be why a particular individual has elbow bursitis and whether the bursitis is septic (caused by infection) or not. . . . #education#elbow#body#bursitis#health#work#wellness#wellbeing#pain#tissues#therapy#treatment#medical#osteopathy#osteopatia#rehab#doctor#injury#inflammation#stalbans#watford#herts#repost @osteo360 with @insta.save.repost • • •
We get this question a lot so I thought I’d share this great caption by @strengthcoachtherapy to demonstrate.......................... Key points:............................. 🥊Keep it simple and do it well 🥊Progressive overload necessary ........................ 🥊CHALLENGE your muscles .............................. 🥊Don’t overtrain. Include rest days Have a great weekend all you weekend warriors!!