FEEL YOUR GLUTES:
I’m not talking about just reaching around and touching them 😉
🌶 There might be certain glute movements that may be hard to “feel” your booty. If this is you, or you just want some nice metabolic stress at the end of your leg workout you should try these 👇🏼 . 🍑⚠️That being said, hip thrusting is one of my go-to exercises for someone wanting to build a bigger butt.
Remember though- hip thrusting bodyweight won’t get you there!
You need big exercises with a good amount of weight to challenge and load the glutes like they should be loaded.
Check out these exercises you can do to:
1️⃣ Warm up your hips
2️⃣ “Feel” your glutes
3️⃣ Burnout the booty at the end of a workout
. 👉🏼Supine hip abduction-
Lay on the floor and place your feet on the wall. Place the band around your knees (either under or on top) now pulse in and out until you feel that fire 🔥
👉🏼Clam in plank-
Get into a side plank with a band placed under your knees. Keep your feet together and separate your knees without leaning back. Separate until you feel that burn 🔥
👉🏼Long lever single leg hip thrust- Lay on the floor and place one foot on the floor. We want to push with the heel on this one. The longer distance between your foot and butt, the harder 🔥
Try these out and let me know how it goes! Tag someone that needs to see this 💥
Leave them in the comments or DM me! @repthereds .
You guys know that I’m obsessed with @orangetheory, but my favorite #fitness activity is...walking. That’s right, good old fashioned walking. No gym, no trainer, no expenses, just walking. Solo, with Milly, with my parents, Sean or friends, there’s nothing like walking. Whether it’s a 10 minute trip around the block or an hour loop around the rose bowl, I love starting every day with a walk. #noexcuses#7daysforeverybody#wellnessthatworks#movemore
this month is the month for me to figure out my new routines. the most important thing in my day is to wake up alive, and then roll out my mat and practice. i used to practice at sunrise around 7am in my apartment but since i don't have that anymore i signed up for a gym membership where they have a yoga room which is basically empty every morning. so i go and practice there on my own (as you know from my stories). my new time to practice is 5.30am. i pack all my stuff for the day the night before, get up at 5am, brush teeth and head to the gym to practice and do my drills, meditation and so on.
some days it is easy to get up and get going, some days it is more challenging. the thing that motivates me a lot is that when i walk into the gym at 5.30am, there is someone walking out because they have already finished their practice/workout.
when you have a hard time getting up in the morning, remind yourself why you set that alarm the night before!
what time do you practice? let me know below 👇
Sports Illustrated publishes Conor McGregor among the top ten athletes of 2018.
Издательство «Sports Illustrated» внесло Конора Макгрегора в десятку сильнейших спортсменов 2018 года.
I already wrote my newsletter for tomorrow, and this is sorta in relation to what I say in there, but if you don’t wanna read it here’s the basic question:
“What would you do an accomplish if you spent a day without checking a clock?”
“How would you decide when you were done with something?”
“What would that feel like?”
link is in my bio though I probably just summed it up better than I do in the email. #trash#movement#mayhem#thispictureisfromwyoming with @chit.anga and @learnwithtracy
🌹 NEW CANYON ROSE FLAME LEGGINGS 🌹 I love my black flame leggings so I can't wait to get these😍 HI-RISE 7/8 length XXS-XXXL $69
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Using the legs to get to the back.
418 hours ago
Ya que se puso de moda él #10yearschallenge . Propongo él #1weekchallenge .
Para qué mostrar algo que debería ser mas que obvio, sino cambiaste en 10 años es porque estas en nada chochera 😂. Porqué no ponerse un desafío mas cercano ? Algo que te exija más.
Te haz puesto a pensar si haz aprendido algo nuevo esta ultima semana ? O si haz mejorado en algo?
En la 1ra parte de este video muestro Un RollPushUp hecho la semana pasada, se nota que me cuesta el recorrido y el aterrizaje. En la 2da parte muestro un video de hoy, todavia falta control y estabilidad en los hombros como mas recorrido en la apertura del torso. Pero pude hacer 3 repeticiones 😁, lo cuál me alegra mucho ya que solo lo vengo practicando 1 vez a la semana.
Entrena para moverte con @humantraining.peru#movement#rotation#pushuproll#bemorehuman#humantraining#lifestyle#lima#mobility#perú#movimientoessalud
This wasn't as wonky as it felt. I find training handstands very boring - mostly because I find trying to stay still almost unbearable. So in the next month or two I'm going to scrap this afternoon practice for something else - while subsuming the gains into my morning training. The returns from the regularity of practice have nearly reached their acceptable upper limits, so it's almost time to get after another thing.
This makes think about how I decide what's worth spending time on. My intention was never not to get to balancing one arm or any other shapes than the basic parallel tuck. It was become proficient enough to do free, full-ROM handstand push ups and work on press handstands. My current focus is in the basic strength patterns and goals I have for this year, and to enjoy that and everything else in the process. Today there wasn't a single failed attempt at the tuck or straight kick-up (12 total sets of 30s) so I think I'm close. Elsewhere, I'm working on building the scapular + bent arm strength and hip mobility to be able to combine the whole affair efficiently into 2 movements.
My current concern is in cutting off anything in which the returns starting to plateau - as long as the level I reach is where I need it to be. It's the law of parsimony. This is highly personal, so let's call my "perception of returns". Hopefully, then, the balance for the HSPU, and the trap strength needed for the first press variations will maintain about 80% of the isolated movement I have now. None of it is perfect, but that's fine with me.
I'm trying not to "waste" time this year on things I don't really want or need. I have a full life of other stuff to love, even though physicality consumes a large amount of my thinking. Life is good and full of costly grace when we can enjoy the fruits of someone's labour and passion without the urge to also beat them at it. It would be pretty nightmarish if every time I read Yeats I isolated myself in a dusty room to try and produce better poetry... That kind of thinking a major downside to the exemplars we see in social media, and the dreams we have of ourselves.
you must allow yourself to grow
in all the places
people thought you never would. | e.v.
shared my studio with my friends for the first time, and we were all a glow with a gentle flow.
📸 GOOGLE iOS APP & GOOGLE LENS are two awesome tools I discovered this week. Lens is a glimpse into the future, as it allows you to point your camera at different objects, and it takes a guess at identifying what’s in front of you. It can also translate written words into digital words that you can copy/paste into your notes or reminders.