Trainer including 1-1 personal training and group instruction
Early one this morning, joining the fabulous people of @cwone_crossfit for their Zoom wod. @williamson_strong never fails to keep us all motivated (he's a bit of nutter really 😂)
Thanks guys, just what I needed ❤
#crossfit #lockdowntraining #keepmoving #zoom #zoomwod #crossfitbox @ Home Sweet Home
Hit the week hard by tackling session 1 of this weeks wattpower programme. Scott Pollock suggested the online team take it in turns to write the weekly sessions. This week is Adelle's turn, and tbh it could've been written for me! I thrive with the longer sessions, (a chip off Sam Briggs' block)
75 mins of work✔
HR,for the most part in yellow✔
65% of ftp✔
Almost 1000 calories burned!✔
This can only mean 1 thing.......FOOD 🍗🥕🥔🥒🍅🌾
Manic Mondays 😁😁😁😁
Rest and recovery is the order of day, so for me this means a little stretching and mobilisation. I focused on back bends today, as I'm not particularly good at them, and as I age it's something I need to get on top of. Remember it's the mid to upper back that needs to get #flexi. Here's 1 simple move that can help, I used a foam roller to lay on, but you could use a rolled up towel or blanket.
I spent time moving in and out of the back bend before holding. Moving my arms to create a different stimulus, before holding for a few minutes. There were some lovely cracks/crunches, and as long as these don't cause pain, embrace them.
Sunday chills 😌
#lockdowntraining #keepmoving #stretching #foamroller #backbends
Today was time to retest. Have I been able to improve my strength, without having the luxury of a fully equipped gym?
My press ups improved by a total of 3, and my 15k dumbell push press by a whopping 8!
Striving to be a better version of yourself is where the magic can happen, even as we get older. My inspiration as always is @bicepslikebriggs , a northern lass with an incredible desire to improve. Btw I'm half way through her book, I really don't want it to end...........
Stay safe my friends 😁
#crossfit #lockdowntraining #keepmoving #pressups #pushpress #startyourengines
So important to look after yourself......
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Utterly brilliant! For those that do my pilates classes you'll know I'm obsessed with foot positioning, and feeling the feet work.
This is why.......
My passion for Pilates is undeniable, and I love sharing little articles like this.
si.com A list of all of the benefits of Pilates, including better flexibility, trunk stability, injury prevention and athletic performance.
Great little video explaining weightless
This video will explain the simple science of weight loss in a way so you understand it. It answers the questions of why you may think counting calories doesn't work. And puts the answers in your hands to help you avoid any dangerous fad diets this January.
What a fabulous way to enjoy fitness.
We take our training seriously. We don't take ourselves very seriously.
So we thought at this special time of year, we should help bring the focus back onto what's really important. Simplifying fitness and having fun.
Our industry is littered with buzzwords, clichés and assumptions but fitness doesn't need to be confusing.
If you want to get bigger, leaner, stronger and even more 'functional' in 2017 drop us a line...just make sure you know what 'function' you're actually working towards.
It's been an incredible year for Team Foundry, our staff, management and members. We have big plans ahead in 2017 but for now, sit back, relax and let The Foundry band get you into the holiday spirit.
A huge thanks to Tom Miles for recording and editing the video with 24 hours notice. Check him out at www.photosmudger.com and www.tmphoto.co.uk
This is such a magical statement 😍
Last weekend my workout was, the crossfit open 20.3. It was a repeat from 18 months ago. Could I beat my score? Am I fitter and stronger? The answer is yes! Did it hurt? What do you think?
Being able to do this alongside my boys is the best feeling in the world. They too improved on their performance from 18 months ago.
Some people enjoy a drink at the weekend, we enjoy the gym! 😁💪💪💪
For me training, going to the gym, keeping fit, whatever you want to call it, is about getting stronger, fitter, faster, more powerful, more flexible and mobile. Looking the part can be very different from actually being able to do these things. I put my all into every session, this was taken after 20mins of conditioning, cardio to the old school amongst you. I won't lie, it hurt, could I have given more? Looking at that probably not.
Some might ask why, I'd say why not? Not only do I get the required stimulus physically, it's also mentally too. Am I a stronger person emotionally since training this way? Too right. Has this helped me in my day to day life, definitely. Is it easy? NO! You have to work super hard. Is it for everyone? No, some people are scared at the thought of it, and that's fine too, but just remember, being active means you're already ahead of the people that have a sedentary lifestyle 😁
The kettlebell swing is one of those movements where you can look like you're doing it right, but in reality you're just not engaging the muscles correctly. Often we see compensation in the person where they lean backwards at the top of the swing, meaning their shoulders aren't stacked above their hips. This compresses the lower back and can often lead to aches in the lumbar after performing the swings.
We need to think about squeezing the glutes, opening the hips aggressively, and pushing the knees back to create a vertical line through the body. As you get more efficient with the movement, the kettlebell will feel lighter. Simples 😁
Nice little challenge out there, for anyone wanting a little challenge 👍
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The 5 calorie challenge is still going strong. Dave you have company in 7s club, Graham, Paul, and Aaron all equaling your time.
We also have a few more guys with 8s, Alan, Richard, and Jonny.
The biggest news of the day, we have a new female leader! Young Liv, with a whopping time of 9s! Helen, does this mean you'd like another attempt to regain your crown lol.
Grab me in the club if you think you can handle it 😁
For those wanting a little challenge, but a 10k fills you with fear, take a look at this. A great way to start, and it's lots of fun. Enter as a group, and the price comes down. Get your mates involved, get moving, but most importantly, have fun 😁
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Are you up for the 5 calorie challenge on this?
Dave has the fastest male time with an exceptional performance of 7 seconds! Ash and Josh were hot on your tail this morning, each coming in at 8 seconds.
Who's going to challenge them 😁😁😁
Three reasons to take a BareFoot Walk
1. Piezoelectricity. Striking the heel onto the ground provides a strong, alternating, mechanical pressure which produces an electric current from bone (piezoelectricity - also known as pressure electricity). This current promotes bone remodelling, maintains appropriate electrical orientation of the Extra Cellular Matrix (ECM) and provides a resource of electrons which act as antioxidants within the body.
2. Sensory Feedback. Variation in the quality of the surface underfoot stimulates a host of pressure receptors on the soles of the feet, enriching sensory input to the brain. Areas such as the Cerebellum and Somatosensory cortex are reliant on the sensory input they receive to maintain a high level of function.
3. Improved Motor Control. Increasing sensory feedback from the ground increases the demand on proprioceptive output from the brain, improving joint articulation at the foot and enhanced neuromuscular control at the knee, hip and subsequent kinetic chain.
So Helen tried the assault bike challenge. 5 calories for time. Mmmm how hard can that be????
Well done Helen, fastest female so far with a time of.........wait for it..........11 seconds, yes that's right folks 11 seconds!
Think you can beat it, come and give it a go, what's the worst that can happen 😁
[07/30/19] What stops us achieving? Quite often it's ourselves.
Team Stay Motivated
Afraid of taking risks?
Mmmmm, I can always tell 😂😂😂😂
The pilates training methodology works for everyone, we adapt to your needs, giving you the opportunity to progress in your personal development 😀
If you've been to any of my pilates classes, you'll know how much I talk about foot position, and the importance of being able to use the muscles of the feet. This article gives an in depth look as to why we need to use our feet so much. 👍
gmb.io Get proactive about protecting your ankles and feet. These exercises can be used daily to help them support your body, pain-free, for a lifetime.
Some people slacked off a little over Christmas, for me that is never going to happen. Fitness is my way of living my life to the fullest. Keeping strong, fit, and mobile is the best way to stave off those aches and pains , so rowing a half marathon on Christmas day was my present to myself, and I was so happy to complete it.
Happy new year to you all. What challenges await you in 2019? 💪💪💪💪
So my little lovelies, here's a sneaky peak at the finisher for my new spin playlist. I just love it.
Save the date
Wednesday 2nd January 6pm. Be there 😀
I do not own the song. All rights go to Shinedown
12 days of Christmas /fitness
On the 1st day of Xmas my pt gave to me
1 deadlift @ 70k
On the 2nd day of Xmas my pt gave to me
2 sled pushes
1 deadlift @70k
Get the idea?
3, bag box overs, bag is 25k
5, press ups
6, overhead lunges
7, kb push press @12k
8, slam balls @ 10k
9, calories on rower
10, sit ups
11, calories on assault bike
12, sumo deadlift high pull, 24k kb.
Here's a snippet of the movements.
Merry Christmas Ang 😁🎄💪💪💪
Self adjustment of your toes is so valuable in terms of ease of movement and balance, and it's so simple to do 👍
Great little piece here. Well worth a look 👍
Baby shark fans, or should I say Pilates lovers, try this for size.
Carol Roberts Personal Training -
I love my job, and this is why.........
Buckle up tonight guys it's going to get sweaty!
Quality movements, and a desire to do well can transform not just your fitness but your lifestyle.
See you all at 7pm 😁
Always good to mix things up a bit. I'm not a naturally gifted rower, but I weirdly love it. A few months coaching and a huge desire to do well, got me a podium position. Over the moon to place 3rd against some talented people.
Keep striving for excellence folks, you never know what can happen 😁
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