**GIVEAWAY - TODAY ONLY**
Day one: Our Ultimate Workout Package includes Yoga mat, resistance bands, reusable water bottle, trigger point ball and a session with our Personal Trainer Kassandra to maximize your workout routine. 💪With Kassandra's guidance you can learn how to add this equipment to your home or gym workout routine and work towards your most unmistakable self.
👏LIKE our page and
👏SHARE this post
To enter: 👏TAG a friend in the comments - every tag is an entry in to win!
Winner will be decided tonight..
#thestudiouy #fitnessinspo #giveaways #newyearnewyou #homeworkout #personaltrainer
Super speedy chicken stir fry! (Speed + Free) with light soy sauce (Free) 🥗🍗
| The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research have found that women who lifted burned an average of 100 more calories during the 24 hours after their training session ended. - Shape
Happy Monday!! Smashed leg day right in the face...now it’ll be smashing me for the rest of the day! Lol that @1stphorm
post workout stack though...winning! I might be sore today but I would be way worse if it wasn’t for this stack! Seriously the best post workout supp I’ve ever taken!!! 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼 •
Update on dad. He is goin g to surgery today. I have to work all day but the surgeon wants to ensure his vision is improving quickly! Prayers appreciated!
Here's just a little progress update on my quest for the perfect pull-up. Today I discovered that I can now complete a half-rep unassisted on the way up! I still need to work on lifting out of a dead hang, but progress is progress!!
Also, yes, I'm wearing a super awesome "Merry Liftmas" shirt from @redbubble
because Christmas is amazing.
If it fits your macros, it fits your macros 🤷🏼♀️💁🏼♀️
Well let's chat about some positives on caffeine in the first part of a two part post
Caffeine increases strength, stamina and endurance.
Caffeine is popular among elite athletes to give a performance edge. A recent analysis of 20 studies confirmed that caffeine improves both muscle strength and power, especially in the upper body.
Caffeine helps athletes to keep going for longer and can improve training intensity and performance in sports such as endurance cycling and running.
Caffeine boosts your metabolism
Drinking a cup of coffee containing 200mg caffeine can increase your metabolic rate, so you burn more fat and generate more heat. ☕☕☕☕☕☕☕☕☕
It's also why caffeine is added to some weight loss supplements. In some studies, regular caffeine intake resulted in burning an extra 79 kcals to 150 kcals per day.
These are just two ways that I really find interesting about caffeine. You can find supplements or a straight cup of Joe to get your boost! I try to limit my intake and consume it before 4 pm so I can still sleep at night 🌃🌃
¿Cardio aburrido? ¡Jamás! Aquí les dejo un “cardio challenge”
Farmers walk on incline 😏 Vamos a hacer 2 min caminando y cargando el peso en inclinación y descansamos 1 minuto (soltamos las pesas y bajamos de la máquina). Repetimos esto 10 veces para un total de 30 minutos y créeme que sentirás todo el cuerpo trabajando 🔥🔥🔥
Yo usé 15% de inclinación a 3MPH con discos de 25 libras en cada lado. Puedes ajustar la inclinación, velocidad y peso de acuerdo a tu condición física actual 🙃
Getting really comfortable with gym selfies. I used to have a thing about taking a picture of myself with other people around. It’s weird. But 🖕 is where I’m at now.
Happy Monday love bugs! It’s the best day of the week...BACK DAY ❤️
Stretching and foam rolling because I’m dying from legs yesterday... hurts so good 😭😍
Today I choose #joy
What brings you joy?
So it's summer season soon here in the Southern hemisphere. 😊💦🏊🏄 I legitly REALLY hope what I post will help someone. I am not a PT but I am studying a PhD in Public Health in Dept of Social & Preventive Medicine. I also enjoy reading around sports science as much as I can. #nerdlyfe
✌👓📚🔦which sadly means, #NOLIFEsometimes
Do you know that I use to think that if I had a super sweatyyyyyy gym session, that must be a sign of a really good workout? 😃🙈😂😂🙈
Fast forward few yrs later 👉
Now I know that in a nutshell:
💦 Sweating is just your body's way of trying to regulate your body temperature.
💦 When you sweat, your body is losing fluid.
💦60~65% of adult human body=water.
💦Which is why you might see temporary drop in your bathroom scale. This doesn't mean you should actively seek out workouts or extremely hot saunas to SWEAT often as much as possible.✋🚫 I have honestly seen very young teen girls sitting in dry sauna rooms, trying to chuck more&more water onto the heater to sweat more, when I felt my own skin was borderline being cooked. NOT ideal 🚫✋ Not the best nor most healthy way for safe&sustainable fat loss. ●
EAT to fuel your body. 💟
LIFT / pick an activity you enjoy&keep going. 💟
Nadel, E., Pandolf, K., Roberts, M. et al. (1974) Mechanisms of thermal acclimation to exercise&heat. Journal of Applied Physiology, 37. 515-520.
Fortney, S., Nadel, E., Wenger, C. et al. (1981) Effect of blood volume on sweating rate&body fluids in exercising humans. Journal of Applied Physiology, 1594-1600.
Morgonens pass knäböj med bland annat bra kontrollerade 60 kg ☺️💕💪🏻
⚡️Some people were just born with an inner fire without needing too much outside push. That’ll be me. 🙋🏻♀️ I love being active just for myself (since 13!), but if I had to be honest, some days are TOUGHER than others to work out. I’m human! But guess what. Those days turn out to be some of my BEST sessions. 😎
What makes it easier, at least for me, is that it’s ALREADY a habit. And habits are hard to break, aren’t they? I find it true for most people. Once I see someone develop a fitness or nutrition habit, esp if they begin to see RESULTS on the physical and emotional planes, it becomes easier. Consistency is key 🔑!
I often get lost in working on something and after a long day, I’m mentally drained. I have to pull from some VERY deep energy reserves in order to train or work out. It’s called a HABIT. You do something often enough, it becomes part of your life. It won’t get easier. YOU JUST GET BETTER. ❤️