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Move Of The Week: Wall Sits The wall sit exercise is often overlooked as a leg exercise due to its simplicity in nature. In terms of exercise, we often associate exercises of a more complex and advanced nature with superior effectiveness. However, amongst all the impressive exercises that exist, the discrete wall sit has quite a few benefits that other more commonly performed leg exercises can’t provide. For those of you who are not familiar with the wall sit, this is an exercise done over a period of time rather than a specific amount of repetitions. The wall sit requires you to hold yourself in a seated position, (hence the name) for a certain amount of time, normally between 30 to 60 seconds. It predominantly works your glutes, quads, hamstrings …and your pain threshold. Perfect for doing at home! How to perform the wall sit: 1. Lean against the wall with your feet shoulder-width apart and firmly planted on the ground. This is your starting position. 2. Engage your core and put your feet forward. Go down as you do so, and keep leaning against the wall. Your feet should be 6 inches apart. 3. Slowly slide down the wall with your back pressed against it until your legs are bent at a right angle. This angle is very crucial because if your thighs are not parallel to the ground, your muscles will not get a good workout. Ensure your knees are directly above the ankles and do not overshoot them. 4. old this position for 20-30 seconds. Gradually, increase the hold time to 60 seconds. 5. After you finish the last rep, come back to the starting position. 6. Repeat steps 1-5 😊 Feel the burn . . . . . . . #wallsits #bodyweighttraining #bodyweightworkout #noequipment #sunday #sundayvibes #weekendwarrior #lowimpact #isometric #feeltheburn #npti #natioanlpti #nationalptialumni #certifiedpersonaltrainer #personaltrainer #personaltraining #cpt #ceu #onlinelearning #raisingthebar #fitness #fitnessmotivation #healthylifestyle #fitnesscommunity #bethebestyou #natiaonlpti_montana #montana #kalispell #bozeman #bozemanfitness
Jules Mitchell brought some lovely and needed light to Stockholm this November weekend💕. Many bright hours on the yoga mat exploring movement science and yoga in the hip, spine, shoulder and core. ✨A potpurri of hip mobility variations; communicate with the cells and tell them what to do. Some cells need a new kind of dialogue. There are LOTS of bridge-lift versions to explore ☺️. ✨Using spinal muscles as proprioceptors and undulate through every part of the spine; embody your spine. ✨Co-contraction to protect the shoulder (let go of the idea of the “picture perfect front cover yoga pose”; Downdog, less “pretty” but “nicely” harder 😅. ✨Using the Diaphragm muscle to it´s full potential and moving the ribbasket. Exhale Fully. Twisting from the inside. #justmoveandsomethingiscoming #increasecapacity #variabilityofmovement #alwaysastudent #tissuechangebasedonhowyoumove #load #useitorlooseit #isometric #eccentric #concentric #newtask #brainyoucandoit #guestteachersinstockholm #whenareyouback @julesyoga #yogateacher #stockholm
Do you have a hamstring strain or weakness in the hamstrings? These exercises are for you! - Hamstring strains are among the most common injuries in sport which involve sprinting and jumping. Your Hamstrings are also common stabilisers of the knee and if strengthened properly can reduce the risk of knee injuries! - 1️⃣ ISOMETRIC HAMSTRING CURLS 3x 30seconds Lying on your front, knees bent to 90 degrees. Use your non affected leg to resist your curl, at the same time try to pull your affected leg towards your bottom. (There should be no movement but a good contraction in your hamstring) 🚫 Note: if this is too pain full then reduce the amoubt of force you are applying to the pull e.g 50-70% pull rather then 100% - 2️⃣ ECCENTRIC HAMSTRING BRIDGES 3 x 10 reps Watch the video ATTACHED - Lie on your back with your feet on a raised object (a couch or a seat will work well) bridge your hips up as high as possible with two legs. Remove your non affected leg from the object and lower your hips to the floor slowly on your affected leg. Repeat 10 times. 🚫 Note: If this is too sore, then you must continue with your isometric exercises until you can do this relatively pain free. - 3️⃣ MACHINE HAMSTRING CURLS 3 x10 reps For a higher level of hamstring strength you will require a hamstring curl machine at a gym. In the video the machine is a seated one, they also come as a lying machine as well, both are just as effective!
Delete later coz im making more Isometric for my sons #isometric #shinnsoc #isometricart #illustration #digitalart
매번 컨셉 잡는 게 너무 즐거워요! #도트 #픽셀아트 #pixelart #quarterview #interior #isometric #isometricdesign
🌑 Chewmie QQ! 🌑 Welcome to our new bubble tea shop! Run by Tommy the cat, he only works here for the free boba. 👀 I'm going to have a bundle deal of the print and the boba stickers together so look out for that in the future! Thank you so much for you support ✨ . . . #bubbletea #boba #bubbleteashop #bobatea #kawaii #cat #pink #pastel #bubblewaffle #brandingdesign #commercialdesign #isometric #illust #instaart #illustration #artistsoninstagram #dessert #icecream
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Let’s talk ISOMETRICS! Having trouble with a particular movement? Want to build functional strength? If yes, then start adding isometrics to your routine. An isometric contraction is when your muscles are under tension and are no longer changing in length. You can use isometrics for any exercise - holding a bicep curl, the bottom of a push-up, or like seen here, holding a chin-up position. Over the last few months, I’ve lost some upper body strength due to injury and am now entering back into training. So? I’ve decided to add in some isometrics to come back stronger and healthier. You guys, this may look calm and collected, but I am feeling the burn today! Grab some rings or a pull-up bar and some weights to really challenge your upper body and core with this movement. Have someone nearby to help with setup. Here’s what to do: hold the top position of a chin-up keeping your chest tall and chin above your hands. Bring your legs to a table top position (thighs parallel with the floor) and have a partner start stacking you with bumper plates making sure to keep a neutral spine. How heavy can you go? How long? Here I had 20# and I think I lasted about 25 seconds...it was the very end of my workout so I want to try again fresh. Let me know how you do!
New 🎥 YouTube video up (link in bio) on cardio vs. weights. . . Both training methods have a list of benefits and can be combined together in a well thought out program . However one is far superior to the other in terms of managing your calories in/calories out , testosterone optimisation, injury prevention and overall aesthetics.
A little something something #illustration #isometric #lab #ui #ux #webdesign
A few of yesterdays back workouts. - 190lb shrugs, 5x5 - 60lb Barbell Rows, 3x8, 8 second hold - Alternating close grip pullups, 3 sets max reps - @fatgripz 135lb Deadlift, 5x5 #JiujitsuLifestyle #JiuJitsu #Gym #BackDay #FitnessMotivation #Deadlift #LightWeight #Shrugs #Row #Isometric #Pullups #Grip #5x5 #OnePercentBetterEveryday
Quick update about my new(and very early, pencil stages) WIP. Obviously, it's New Zealand. A group of islands we sometimes forget about, when we think about the world map. Hell, it has the distinction of being the country that is most often forgotten, in World maps (there's an entire subreddit on the matter). In any case, I'm going to try putting in the Maori names, along with the English ones. To that end, New Zealand = Aotearoa, North Island = Te Ika-A-Maui (or, the fish that Maui caught), and South Island = Te Waipounamu (or, Maui's canoe). And if anybody's interested, the poem in the bottom right is (mostly) the first stanza of a real poem, titled "New Zealand" by J. Baxter. (And yes, that is a lot of mountains. I'm aware of it). As always, criticism is eagerly welcomed. #Map #Cartography #Cartographer #Fantasy #MapMaking #FantasyCartography #DandD #Art #DnD #RolePlaying #isometric #parchment #WorldBuilding #HandDrawn #HandDrawnArt #calligraphy #compass #CompassRose #Handwriting #NewZealand #oceania
I built this city on clones, clones, clones! (Spent way too much time modelling those terrace houses) 🏠🙈 #schoolofmotion . . . . . . . #headjamcreative #animation #render #3drender #motiongraphics #3dmodeling #3d #cinema4d #c4d #aftereffects #c4d #lighting #3dlighting #cinema4dbasecamp #splines #isometric #clones #mograph #terracehouse
This was supposed to be a wireframe. Turns out, it's a pain for me to screenshot those, so, this came out somehow. I mean... It still shows that it's cgi, so I guess it works to an extent. It looks like it was done in Illustrator. It's not though, it's just Cycles with a weird filter lol. Might end up posting wireframe stories, if it means something. Best case scenario, it looks like psychedelic art or something, worst case scenario... Well, it doesn't fit my account. It's still filler, but it's a different kind of filler. #blender #3d #render #cgi #modeling #design #food #hotdog #isometric #fastfood #firstpost #restaurant #cycles
• the Cultural Factory • a Contemporary Shopping Mall for Prosumers {Madrid, 2015} - project for the restoration & reprogramming of Alejandro de la Sota's CLESA industrial complex ~ | document: Site Plan | ~
🚀Glute Ham Raise🚀 (Link in Bio for the Full Workout) The glute-ham raise (GHR) is one of the most popular posterior chain exercises in the lifting world, and for good reason. The GHR effectively strengthens the hamstrings with isometric of eccentric muscle contraction at both the knee and hip joint by working its two primary functions, knee flexion and hip extension, simultaneously. Being a closed-kinetic chain movement, however, the GHR is far more than just a hamstring isolation exercise. It also works the glutes, lower back. In terms of training economy, it's literally a one-stop shop for a better backside. ▪From an injury prevention standpoint, they're great for preventing hamstring strains and ACL injuries. ▪For performance enhancement, strength coaches have long used the GHR to improve sprinting speed and jumping capability. ▪It puts relatively little stress on the lower back since there are minimal shearing forces involved. #ghr #glutehamraise #hamstring #backside #glutes #performance #humanperformance #sportperformance #athleticdevelopment #speed #sprint #sprinting #jump #jumping #injuryprevention #injury #prevention #isometric #eccentric #training #workout #lift #lifting #weighttraining #weightlifting #powerlifting #strength #strong #posteriorchain
Summer Time . WIP for new isometric tutorial that I will share soon on Patreon (Link in Bio) #sephirothart #tutorial #digital #cg #summertime #fishing #pirate #cat #boat #tree #isometric #patreon #art #drawing #painting
Just working out to robot music. I’m thankful everyday for my health. It can be taken away instantly, or in the blink of an eye if you don’t pay attention. _______________________________________________________• • • • @forte_fitness_chattanooga #wswcf @iranswc @killasthenics #chattanooga #dynamics #swing360 #barspin #isometric #onearmchinup #bosu #pistolsquat #backlever #backleverairplane #healthylifestyle #calisthenics #goku #dbz #ultrainstinct #coreworkout
Folktale week 7: Animal Uggghh i was kinda excited with the sketch and then i ruined it with the paint, but well, gotta finish the challenge ahhaha || Folktale week 7: Animal Ugghh me gustaba el boceto que tenía de este dibujo, y luego lo arruiné con la pintura, pero bueno, hay que terminar el desafío ahahha . ❉ ❉ ❉ #illustration #ilustracion #illustrator #drawing #watercolor #acuarela #dibujo #traditionalart #doodle #paint #digitalart #art #artwork #artist #artistoninstagram #illustratoroninstagram #illustragram #childrensillustration #childrensbookillustration #cute #kidlit #kidlitart #ilustradoreschilenos #isometric #isometricart #folktaleweek #folktaleweek2018 #magic_of_illustrations #brilliant_illustration #best_of_illustrations
Would you like to know more? . . . . 2018 Digital. Original was acrylic and ink on paper, 11x17”
Progetto per la piazza del mercato di GrottaPerfetta. Composizione1 . Mediterranea Silvia Cucca Giovanna Della Torre . . . . . . . . . #architecture #landscape #design #landscapedesign #productdesign #progettazionepartecipata #mediterranea #architectureonpaper #architettura #isometric #illuatration market #people
• September 5, 2018 • Work orders pile up for some of Ohio University residence halls more than others. https://www.thepostathens.com/article/2018/09/residence-halls-dorms-work-orders-ohio-university —— Adobe Illustrator —— #residencehalls #college #campus #3d #isometric #illustrator #paper #design #adobe
Finally finished the newest #MEGADUNGEON piece yesterday! I'll put up some scans eventually, but now I need your participation... What's behind that gigantic door? . . Music: The Bad Plus - Pound For Pound . . #dice #dnd #rpg #roleplaying #games #gaming #ttrpg #pathfinderrpg #d20 #penart #inkart #pendrawing #inkdrawing #illustration #copic #copicmarkers #multiliner #isometric #map #dungeonsanddragons #maps #dungeon #dungeonmaster
My updated 2018 animation reel with a bunch of new projects 🤗💖
Move Of The Week: Wall Sits The wall sit exercise is often overlooked as a leg exercise due to its simplicity in nature. In terms of exercise, we often associate exercises of a more complex and advanced nature with superior effectiveness. However, amongst all the impressive exercises that exist, the discrete wall sit has quite a few benefits that other more commonly performed leg exercises can’t provide. For those of you who are not familiar with the wall sit, this is an exercise done over a period of time rather than a specific amount of repetitions. The wall sit requires you to hold yourself in a seated position, (hence the name) for a certain amount of time, normally between 30 to 60 seconds. It predominantly works your glutes, quads, hamstrings …and your pain threshold. Perfect for doing at home! How to perform the wall sit: 1. Lean against the wall with your feet shoulder-width apart and firmly planted on the ground. This is your starting position. 2. Engage your core and put your feet forward. Go down as you do so, and keep leaning against the wall. Your feet should be 6 inches apart. 3. Slowly slide down the wall with your back pressed against it until your legs are bent at a right angle. This angle is very crucial because if your thighs are not parallel to the ground, your muscles will not get a good workout. Ensure your knees are directly above the ankles and do not overshoot them. 4. old this position for 20-30 seconds. Gradually, increase the hold time to 60 seconds. 5. After you finish the last rep, come back to the starting position. 6. Repeat steps 1-5 😊 Feel the burn. . . . . . #wallsits #bodyweighttraining #bodyweightworkout #noequipment #sunday #sundayvibes #weekendwarrior #lowimpact #isometric #feeltheburn . #npti #natioanlpti #nationalptialumni #certifiedpersonaltrainer #personaltrainer #personaltraining #cpt #ceu #onlinelearning #raisingthebar #fitness #fitnessmotivation #healthylifestyle #fitnesscommunity #bethebestyou #natiaonlpti_wyoming #wyoming #cheyenne #laramie #casper
Move Of The Week: Wall Sits The wall sit exercise is often overlooked as a leg exercise due to its simplicity in nature. In terms of exercise, we often associate exercises of a more complex and advanced nature with superior effectiveness. However, amongst all the impressive exercises that exist, the discrete wall sit has quite a few benefits that other more commonly performed leg exercises can’t provide. For those of you who are not familiar with the wall sit, this is an exercise done over a period of time rather than a specific amount of repetitions. The wall sit requires you to hold yourself in a seated position, (hence the name) for a certain amount of time, normally between 30 to 60 seconds. It predominantly works your glutes, quads, hamstrings …and your pain threshold. Perfect for doing at home! How to perform the wall sit: 1. Lean against the wall with your feet shoulder-width apart and firmly planted on the ground. This is your starting position. 2. Engage your core and put your feet forward. Go down as you do so, and keep leaning against the wall. Your feet should be 6 inches apart. 3. Slowly slide down the wall with your back pressed against it until your legs are bent at a right angle. This angle is very crucial because if your thighs are not parallel to the ground, your muscles will not get a good workout. Ensure your knees are directly above the ankles and do not overshoot them. 4. old this position for 20-30 seconds. Gradually, increase the hold time to 60 seconds. 5. After you finish the last rep, come back to the starting position. 6. Repeat steps 1-5 😊 Feel the burn. . . . . . #wallsits #bodyweighttraining #bodyweightworkout #noequipment #sunday #sundayvibes #weekendwarrior #lowimpact #isometric #feeltheburn . #npti #natioanlpti #nationalptialumni #certifiedpersonaltrainer #personaltrainer #personaltraining #cpt #ceu #onlinelearning #raisingthebar #fitness #fitnessmotivation #healthylifestyle #fitnesscommunity #bethebestyou #natiaonlpti_nevada #nevada #reno #lasvegas #henderson
Move Of The Week: Wall Sits The wall sit exercise is often overlooked as a leg exercise due to its simplicity in nature. In terms of exercise, we often associate exercises of a more complex and advanced nature with superior effectiveness. However, amongst all the impressive exercises that exist, the discrete wall sit has quite a few benefits that other more commonly performed leg exercises can’t provide. For those of you who are not familiar with the wall sit, this is an exercise done over a period of time rather than a specific amount of repetitions. The wall sit requires you to hold yourself in a seated position, (hence the name) for a certain amount of time, normally between 30 to 60 seconds. It predominantly works your glutes, quads, hamstrings …and your pain threshold. Perfect for doing at home! How to perform the wall sit: 1. Lean against the wall with your feet shoulder-width apart and firmly planted on the ground. This is your starting position. 2. Engage your core and put your feet forward. Go down as you do so, and keep leaning against the wall. Your feet should be 6 inches apart. 3. Slowly slide down the wall with your back pressed against it until your legs are bent at a right angle. This angle is very crucial because if your thighs are not parallel to the ground, your muscles will not get a good workout. Ensure your knees are directly above the ankles and do not overshoot them. 4. old this position for 20-30 seconds. Gradually, increase the hold time to 60 seconds. 5. After you finish the last rep, come back to the starting position. 6. Repeat steps 1-5 😊 Feel the burn. . . . . . #wallsits #bodyweighttraining #bodyweightworkout #noequipment #sunday #sundayvibes #weekendwarrior #lowimpact #isometric #feeltheburn . #npti #natioanlpti #nationalptialumni #certifiedpersonaltrainer #personaltrainer #personaltraining #cpt #ceu #onlinelearning #raisingthebar #fitness #fitnessmotivation #healthylifestyle #fitnesscommunity #bethebestyou #natiaonlpti_idaho #idaho #boise #nampa #idahofalls
Move Of The Week: Wall Sits The wall sit exercise is often overlooked as a leg exercise due to its simplicity in nature. In terms of exercise, we often associate exercises of a more complex and advanced nature with superior effectiveness. However, amongst all the impressive exercises that exist, the discrete wall sit has quite a few benefits that other more commonly performed leg exercises can’t provide. For those of you who are not familiar with the wall sit, this is an exercise done over a period of time rather than a specific amount of repetitions. The wall sit requires you to hold yourself in a seated position, (hence the name) for a certain amount of time, normally between 30 to 60 seconds. It predominantly works your glutes, quads, hamstrings …and your pain threshold. Perfect for doing at home! How to perform the wall sit: 1. Lean against the wall with your feet shoulder-width apart and firmly planted on the ground. This is your starting position. 2. Engage your core and put your feet forward. Go down as you do so, and keep leaning against the wall. Your feet should be 6 inches apart. 3. Slowly slide down the wall with your back pressed against it until your legs are bent at a right angle. This angle is very crucial because if your thighs are not parallel to the ground, your muscles will not get a good workout. Ensure your knees are directly above the ankles and do not overshoot them. 4. old this position for 20-30 seconds. Gradually, increase the hold time to 60 seconds. 5. After you finish the last rep, come back to the starting position. 6. Repeat steps 1-5 😊 Feel the burn. . . . . . #wallsits #bodyweighttraining #bodyweightworkout #noequipment #sunday #sundayvibes #weekendwarrior #lowimpact #isometric #feeltheburn . #npti #natioanlpti #nationalptialumni #certifiedpersonaltrainer #personaltrainer #personaltraining #cpt #ceu #onlinelearning #raisingthebar #fitness #fitnessmotivation #healthylifestyle #fitnesscommunity #bethebestyou #natiaonlpti_arizona #arizona #phoenix #scottsdale #tempe
Wii controller? That looks fun! Come and play with me! 🐧 Pst.... Nintendo sponser me 😂 #art #visualart #illustration #graphicdesign #design #drawdaily #isometric #isometricdesign #penguin #adventure #wii #wiicontroller #nintendo #newtoinstagram
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