I hope you’re enjoying your weekend!
There was a ton of awesome fitness info this past week.
Let’s get caught up!
Training Videos & Strength Tips
675 beltless #powerlifting #deadlift A video posted by Adam Pine (@adam_pine) on
One of the most common mistakes I see being made is wearing the belt too tight. It gives you a false sense of tightness and can hinder your movement. Wear your belt tight enough so you can take a full breath of air and brace your abs. If you’re restricted from taking your air, loosen it up a notch. ?Neutral spine. ?Big air. Take your air and expand your entire midsection into the belted area. 360° of air. ?Flex your abs hard. #powerlifting #squat #bench #deadlift #fitness #strength A video posted by Adam Pine (@adam_pine) on
Client Highlight: Allen
Allen’s an animal.
Here he is repping 495 like it’s a paper weight.
We’ve made some big changes to his technique and now he’s speed pulling his previous maxes!
I can’t wait to see him blow all his old numbers out of the water at his meet next month!
- 12 awful fitness coaching techniques that could be hurting your clients. via Precision Nutrition
- 10 Steps to the Perfect Hip Thrust via Bret Contreras
- Training With Joint Laxity via Tony Gentilcore
- 4 Deadlift Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make via Ryan Wood
- 31 Random Training Thoughts via Mike Robertson
- Stronger in 60 Seconds: Getting the Most Out of Your Powerlifting Belt via Adam Pine
- 5 Ways to Dominate your Fitness Sales Pitch via Pete Dupuis
- Nutrition for Injury Recovery. [Infographic] Food and supplements to speed up healing. via Precision Nutrition
- Snowflake Training via Chad Wesley Smith, Juggernaut Training Systems
- Three Ways to “Make Time” via Rob Colameta
- 5 Awesome Glute Exercises You Aren’t Doing…YET via Jen Comas
- Reduced Fat and Reduced Carbohydrate Diets via Lyle McDonald
- 32 Random Thoughts On Training via Tony Gentilcore
- Butter In Your Coffee and Other Cons: Stories From a Fitness Insider via Dick Talens
- Weight Loss Motivation: 3 Mind Hacks to Stay Motivated to Lose Weight via Jordan Syatt
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