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    Simple and Effective Battle Rope Cardio Circuit —  By @BodyByBiplab
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    Simple and Effective Battle Rope Cardio Circuit — By @BodyByBiplab
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    Discover How To Build Lean Muscle Fast — The #1 bodybuilding hack that trigger new muscle growth (learn from internationally known bodybuilding expert.)
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    ✳️ HOW TO GET ACCESS 👇
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    Happy birthday, Molly! We had a great time celebrating with you and your friends last night 🎉

    Happy birthday, Molly! We had a great time celebrating with you and your friends last night 🎉

    10 1 1 hour ago
    At it 25/8 until my dawg gets signed‼️ Light Releases 💨.

    At it 25/8 until my dawg gets signed‼️ Light Releases 💨.

    401 7 1 hour ago
    That tiny little flab of skin right there used to be the death of me. I can't tell you how many times I stood in the mirror shirtless and pulled those love handles back so hard it left red finger marks, just to see what I would look like if they weren't there.
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Even when I was 10 years old, it was the death of me. I used to get so mad at my parents for not tying my church dresses tight enough (so that my dress could "suck it all in") and one time I got so upset that I tried to tie it myself and pulled SO HARD that it RIPPED A HOLE in my dress. Because I hated my love handles that much. As a 10 year old girl.
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There's still days where I don't love my body and stand in the mirror criticizing. Even when I saw this picture my first thought was "I won't be posting this one cuz all those lumps down my hips and legs make me look unathletic."
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But unathletic is the wrong word. You can most definitely be athletic and have some lumps. The only thing those lumps make me look like is REAL.
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Learning to love and appreciate your body is a lifelong pursuit, but I’ve made it a long way. I'm glad I've got that extra little flab of skin because it means I inherited my Grandma Gomez's hips, and now I always have a part of her with me. That extra skin means one day my body will be ready to grow and birth a child. That extra skin is proof that my whole life isn't revolved around being fit and eating a perfect diet. That extra skin represents a pint (each) of Ben and Jerry’s with my husband, Cane’s at 1 AM every time the sibs are in town, staying in bed to cuddle instead of going to the gym, and eating 10 tacos worth of my mama’s carne asada because I don’t know when I’ll get it next.
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So today instead of resenting your extra bits of skin, thank them. For all the fond memories, good food, family traditions, and important relationships they represent. Thank them for making you HUMAN.

    That tiny little flab of skin right there used to be the death of me. I can't tell you how many times I stood in the mirror shirtless and pulled those love handles back so hard it left red finger marks, just to see what I would look like if they weren't there.

    Even when I was 10 years old, it was the death of me. I used to get so mad at my parents for not tying my church dresses tight enough (so that my dress could "suck it all in") and one time I got so upset that I tried to tie it myself and pulled SO HARD that it RIPPED A HOLE in my dress. Because I hated my love handles that much. As a 10 year old girl.

    There's still days where I don't love my body and stand in the mirror criticizing. Even when I saw this picture my first thought was "I won't be posting this one cuz all those lumps down my hips and legs make me look unathletic."

    But unathletic is the wrong word. You can most definitely be athletic and have some lumps. The only thing those lumps make me look like is REAL.

    Learning to love and appreciate your body is a lifelong pursuit, but I’ve made it a long way. I'm glad I've got that extra little flab of skin because it means I inherited my Grandma Gomez's hips, and now I always have a part of her with me. That extra skin means one day my body will be ready to grow and birth a child. That extra skin is proof that my whole life isn't revolved around being fit and eating a perfect diet. That extra skin represents a pint (each) of Ben and Jerry’s with my husband, Cane’s at 1 AM every time the sibs are in town, staying in bed to cuddle instead of going to the gym, and eating 10 tacos worth of my mama’s carne asada because I don’t know when I’ll get it next.

    So today instead of resenting your extra bits of skin, thank them. For all the fond memories, good food, family traditions, and important relationships they represent. Thank them for making you HUMAN.

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    Power and explosiveness

    Power and explosiveness

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    Power and explosiveness

    Power and explosiveness

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    Working on shoulder stability and awareness with @dairyen over the summer.
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A lot of the basketball athletes that I come into contact with will at one point mention shoulder pain whenever we go through their initial intake. A big part of the sport involves shooting which is an overhead movement and so proper mobility is so important but so undervalued.
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Without proper shoulder mobility - your shot becomes compromised even before you start to feel the pain. In the exercise above, we’re working on scapular(shoulder blade) mobility and awareness with weighted protraction and retraction. This teaches the body to be aware where the scapulas are supposed to be in space.

    Working on shoulder stability and awareness with @dairyen over the summer.
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    A lot of the basketball athletes that I come into contact with will at one point mention shoulder pain whenever we go through their initial intake. A big part of the sport involves shooting which is an overhead movement and so proper mobility is so important but so undervalued.
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    Without proper shoulder mobility - your shot becomes compromised even before you start to feel the pain. In the exercise above, we’re working on scapular(shoulder blade) mobility and awareness with weighted protraction and retraction. This teaches the body to be aware where the scapulas are supposed to be in space.

    52 1 5 hours ago

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    (PART 1)Circle ⭕️ Cone 🍦 Agility 👟💫 featured From this Summer’s @Healthy_ #HoopersProgram this 🏀
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This drill is good for working on a variety of different movements(shuffling, sprinting, back pedaling, and more) as well as decelerating and transitioning in each direction. In this video we started with a more controlled level where the athletes do the predetermined in whatever direction is called out until they return to the cone that they started at. And then we progressed to a continuous level where the athletes react to the direction that is called out and then decelerate under control when the rep is done.
(Being able to stop quickly and under control is a very valuable yet super underrated athletic ability!)

    (PART 1)Circle ⭕️ Cone 🍦 Agility 👟💫 featured From this Summer’s @Healthy_ #HoopersProgram this 🏀


    This drill is good for working on a variety of different movements(shuffling, sprinting, back pedaling, and more) as well as decelerating and transitioning in each direction. In this video we started with a more controlled level where the athletes do the predetermined in whatever direction is called out until they return to the cone that they started at. And then we progressed to a continuous level where the athletes react to the direction that is called out and then decelerate under control when the rep is done.
    (Being able to stop quickly and under control is a very valuable yet super underrated athletic ability!)

    608 22 21 August, 2019
    Treat movement as your ✨feel good✨ medicine - You have the power to heal yourself🙏🏼✌🏼☀️💓

    Treat movement as your ✨feel good✨ medicine - You have the power to heal yourself🙏🏼✌🏼☀️💓

    829 89 15 August, 2019
    Challenging yourself means accepting wins and losses to achieve the bigger picture - I’m human, and I have to stop from beating myself up too much - The days when nothing seems to go right, you feel yourself falling short; Give yourself credit for showing up, pushing through, and use it as what makes you show up to do better the next day🙏🏼💪🏼 You got this ✌🏼🔥❤️

    Challenging yourself means accepting wins and losses to achieve the bigger picture - I’m human, and I have to stop from beating myself up too much - The days when nothing seems to go right, you feel yourself falling short; Give yourself credit for showing up, pushing through, and use it as what makes you show up to do better the next day🙏🏼💪🏼 You got this ✌🏼🔥❤️

    621 65 19 August, 2019