New Bench PR! 🔥
◾️Top single at 157.5kg/346.5lbs! 💪
💥👈 Swipe left to see my Bench Work so far ,now time to work on my form to lift more heavy with control.
◾️140kg/308lbs For 5 sets of 4 Reps.
◾️120kg/264lbs for 10 reps (Rep PR!)
Anyone who knows me knows how much I love bench, so when I hit a PR I’m over the moon!
“Work, Hustle, Grind”.
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🚨NEW SQUAT PR 195KG/430LBS🚨
I have failed this weight MANY times before but now I have finally got it! 😅💪🏼
This is Just a friendly reminder that no matter what your goal is or how far it seems don’t give up! ✊🏼 #StrongAsFulat
When time is precious & your posture is poor, what you lift & how you lift are crucial.
The bent over row is a prime example exercise that should feature in your workouts on a regular basis.
If will help build you strong thick upper back & lats, plus force your to work your core hard, as long as you are set up correctly throughout the lift.
If you are virtually standing up when you do this, you are working your traps not back & if you round your lower back when doing this, you are doing more harm than good.
Drop the weight, do it properly. Squeeze your back/shoulder blades hard at the top.
If you work at a desk or you are on the phone a lot, strengthening your back muscles & core is essential to staying out of pain & avoid back/shoulder issues further as you age.
Hope this helps 🤜🏻🤛🏻
Have a great Bank Holiday Weekend!
Fitness, Health and Wellness
I use Coffee Enemas, Colonics and Enemas (more than 20 years) for:
-Pain Management -Weight Management.
-I eat clean healthy foods.
-I eat high fiber foods in addition to taking psyllium husks and flaxseed.
-I exercise daily.
-I drink plenty of filtered water.
I personally get the best results when:
-I detox daily with a warm water cleansing enema followed by a coffee enema.
-I detox weekly with a colonic followed by a coffee enema.
-I started using a warm water cleansing enema followed by a coffee enema for pain management more than 20 years ago. I suffer from joint, muscle and nerve pain.
-Before doing colonics, enemas or fiber supplements check with your healthcare provider.
Coffee Enemas, Colonics and Enemas to name a few can be used for the following:
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1018 minutes ago
The boys over @likuidenergy gave The podcast crew the opportunity to create our own custom flavors.
MB- mixed berry
LL- lemon lime
CL- cucumber lime .
And as a bonus they threw in SC...
SC- Spicy Corn... these guys got jokes😂. .
Use the code “Ketomansclub” on amazon to get 10% off your order, if spicy corn is an option, steer clear!
Check out their website via the link in our bio for more flavor options.
Here’s to a relaxing weekend with our feet up 💘
Saturday w/ Ashleigh - 1 spot left!
9am Matwork .
Head to www.reformedpilates.com.au to book - link in bio x
3119 minutes ago
Flashback... on this #FitnessFriday we are looking back at last weeks spectacular event in the fantastic company of our wonderful guests & sponsors who made the event @eatstk a major success! Thank you to all those who “stemmed” and sweated with us. We had a blast. Until next time… #inNOVAtionfitness
REPOST!! I truly believe that habits are systems that need to be created in order to achieve the outcome your after. . #fitness#wellness#lifestyle#habits#menshealth#mindset#nutrition#performancetraining#build2become#eyesupperformance .
. . @soheefit A habit is an automatic behavioral response to a cue and is formed through repetition and reinforcement. The beauty of a habit is that it requires no self-control, thus it feels relatively easy and effortless to perform. Some examples include how you squeeze toothpaste onto your toothpaste, the order in which you rinse and lather your body in the shower, and the way you prepare your morning coffee. In fact, you’ll find that with any habit you have (helpful or harmful), it actually feels more difficult and uncomfortable NOT to execute that particular behavior.
You’ve probably heard that it takes 21 days to form a habit. In reality, this statement is a myth that completely overlooks the intricacies of habit formation. Lally and colleagues (2010) found that a behavior can take anywhere from 18 days to 254 days to become a habit! Behaviors are complex and multifaceted, so it’s important to appreciate the intricacies of habit formation.
Increasing the frequency of a given behavior is one way to make it more automatic. Think about learning how to hip hinge for the first time. It probably felt incredibly awkward at first and you had to use a lot of brain power to make sure your hips were driving back while your spine stayed in neutral. But after several weeks and months, it feels fluid and smooth. You can also increase the strength of a habit (and thus, make it more automatic) by utilizing strategies such as increasing attentional bias (paying attention to some things while ignoring others), utilizing implementation intentions (specific, concrete plans), and changing your environment.
Thus, the correct answer to this question is C!
Habits are powerful and can change your life for the better - or worse. This post barely scrapes the tip of the habit iceberg, but understanding behavior change is a crucial component of creating the life that you want and reaching your goals.
Pictured here: five of the Band of Ballers (plus me) for a total of five testicles. You do the math.
One of my favorite parts of the TCF Summit was getting to meet some of my Band of Ballers face to face for the first time. From right to left... Mike Craycraft from @tcsociety, @davefuehrer from @grythealth, @theolearytheory from @testicularcancerfoundation, me from @aballsysenseoftumor, @marknow from @saveanut and @krsmith_filmart from @checkfifteen.
While we all have the whole lacking a testicle thing in common, what's more important is how we've leveraged our professional skills to help our personal passions. Whether it's Mike's medical background, Dave or Connor's entrepreneurship, Kyle and Mark's filmmaking, or my humor and writing, we've all used our formal training to help raise awareness and provide support for testicular cancer. Can't have picked a better crew to feature on ABSOT and looking forward to meeting the entire Band of Ballers some day. Look out, @kenlane@mrballsy and more... I'm coming for you.