Back in the day (2016 🙈) this chook used to have her overnight oats topped with jello on the daily and last night I decided to relive fond oat memories by cooking up some carrot cake oats topped with a layer of sugar free jello and a layer of @chobaniau mixed with @macr0mike chocolate caramel peanut butter protein 🤤 the delicious shit some of us got freaks come up with when playing the improvement season macro game 😅 oats aside, this vegan protein by @macr0mike is by far the best I’ve ever tried. Not only is it delicious AF by the texture is probably the creamiest of vegan proteins I’ve tried to date... and there has been a lot. #hatsofftomikeymike
So disappointed with such a shit session this morning (freezing gym/could not warm up/don't feel like I've trained) but Timehop cheered me up a bit with this gem on the left 😂. Same trousers. 5 years, 20kg and a 10 inch waist drop between photos 👊🏻
One more Late night posts. Reverse pullover to press + flat bench dumbells press.
I swear 🤣I tried to post this all day but couldn't because something always came ie the book, answering questions/helping people out. I s#it you not smh.
Anyway There are always people who see a snap shot of your routine and is foolhardy enough to think that's all you do. 😬 When in truth it centers on high load intensity done with free weight.
A question was asked (post yesterday) about if there's a way to eliminate anterior delts involvement during chest exercises.
Well truth be told, the pectoralis is more involved(active, strongest position) when your shoulders are internally rotated during a pressing movement.
This means palms facing away from your face /elbows pointing to the side as much as possible. Thus bringing your elbows closer to your torso, while it makes chest press easier, is not as effective for chest.
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This also means your anterior delt will be more involved but that's expected. It is a compound movement after all. Lastly it's the reason guillotine press is so great for building up the chest.
Deload week o semana de descanso! Por que es tan importante?
A veces por nuestro interés de mejorar y progresar ya sea en el gym, atletismo, calistenia o inclusive yoga olvidamos por completo escuchar a nuestro cuerpo ❌
Sensación de cansancio, ganas de comer de todo, te sientes desmotivado, dolor en las articulaciones, dolor muscular por más tiempo, sueño, sin ganas de entrenar son unas de las señales que el cuerpo te da para que pares, te recuperes y evites una lesión!
Sometimes: un paso hacia atrás te lleva dos hacia adelante. El cuerpo es inteligente ✅
Toma una semana de descanso, sin excesos y relax! 🤙🏽
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Starting to get outside the weight room a little to change things up. It’s been years since I done any other type of training, so I’m a bit rusty lol
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First leg day of the week done
Who else did legs today?