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User Image quitpot Posted: Dec 13, 2017 3:38 AM (UTC)

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Tap into that version of yourself who already has everything! You have so much to be grateful for TODAY #gratitude #sober
User Image samoliverl Posted: Dec 13, 2017 3:39 AM (UTC)
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Travel and sit a lot ✈️ ?
Neck/back ache ?

Firstly , sometimes you find yourself drifting into a not so great siting posture like the example shown in the video ❌ , it’s usually because your body has accepted it as the default position , why ? Those tissues / muscles has shortened and doesn’t allow you to sit more upright (pec minor,lats,hip
Flexor, neck extensors , this will also affect your breathing😞) so no matter how much you try it always drift back. Short muscles will always overpower those long & lengthen muscles . Here we are gonna target those shorten ones✅

Here’s my fitness model @selvaganapathy demoing a simple stretch you can do to alleviate some of the aches & pain you might experience !
1️⃣Elbow to be on the chair & press down⤵️
2️⃣Maintain slight posterior tilt for neutral lower back➡️
3️⃣Sink your chest down into the ground with each exhalation⤵️
4️⃣You should feel a stretch in your lat , pec , and mid back👌🏻
Tag a friend that travels and sits a lot and share the ❤️ #rehab
#prehab
#travellife
#backpain
#neckpain
User Image joelgun10 Posted: Dec 13, 2017 3:36 AM (UTC)
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Repost from @ultimatesandbag - So many people judge the success of their training of the #core and #glutes by just how much they burn when they do certain exercises. You can feel the muscles “worked” but also be smart about how you build and connect #corestrength and glute training. These #strengthandconditioning coaches do a great job of how we build a stronger foundation of #functionalfitness by focusing on 3 key #DVRT concepts.
1. Connect the core, glutes, and upper body. This posterior oblique sling helps protect our back and perform everyday motions like walking and running.
2. Create tension! The way to make this connection is to use the ground by grabbing with the feet and against the Ultimate #sandbag by trying to rip it apart. Grip strength correlates not only to shoulder health but core too.
3. Learn not to just produce Force but resist it as well. In real life and sport we have to both so why not use exercises that teach us #fitnessforlife AND make us look good?!
Combining simple tools like Ultimate #sandbags and @valslide can create [email protected] pretty impressive results if you know how the body works! #fitfluential #ultimatesandbag #performbetter #coreworkout #kettlebell #fms #movementculture #crossfit #rehab #sandbagfitness #sandbagworkout #menshealth #spartanrace #personaltrainer #sandbagtraining #functionalfitness #physicaltherapy @perform_better @teamyudin @joelgun10
User Image jgamboa_fitness Posted: Dec 13, 2017 3:36 AM (UTC)

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12/10/2017-Single Leg Deadlift-Simple but effective exercise for the hamstring muscles. You don’t need much weight to feel the stretch of the hamstring muscles (eccentric). This is one of the exercises that helps reduce the chances of a hamstring strain in running athletes.
#hip #surgey #rehab #physicaltherapy #fitness #fitnessaddict #fitnessmotivation #fitnessjourney #stronger #athlete #courage #drive #humble #dedication #determination #discipline #resilient #consistency #consistencyiskey
User Image locrao Posted: Dec 13, 2017 3:33 AM (UTC)
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locrao 10m ago
Orthotic intervention typically aims to “control” excessive pronation by building a semi-hard buttress to the arch, in place of the actual arch itself. This doesn’t follow function since the human foot goes through both a pronation phase, there the mid-foot unlocks to disperse energy into the ground, and then a supination phase by which the mid-foot locks up to create a rocker by which the human body can propel over. Almost anything that an orthotic purportedly does...the human body came with things equipped to do those same functions, namely muscles and tendons. Train those first. @drcourtconley @thefootcollective #physicaltherapy #physiotherapy #choosept #getpt1st #pasadena #pasadenapt #walk #jog #run #running #runner #jogger #walking #walker #rehab #losangeles
User Image rweekly Posted: Dec 13, 2017 3:32 AM (UTC)

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User Image cj_mans Posted: Dec 13, 2017 3:33 AM (UTC)

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cj_mans 10m ago
Disregard the pit stains...
This it what happens when someone says... “pose sexy”.
It usually doesn’t happen #rehab #stl #andrewchristian #putitaway #dontjudge
User Image antphressh Posted: Dec 13, 2017 3:32 AM (UTC)

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Before you all go to bed tonight. I want you to think. I need you to truly think who has your best interest at heart. Who truly loves you? Do they value your exsitence? Who sees value when they look at you? Are you okay with living a lie? Make sure you live your truth and own it. Never forget birds of the same feather flock together. Think to get your mind clear and at peace before you count sheep. 🐑😴😴😴😴😴😴😴 📄📄📄 #masteryourself #Support #MasterYourEmotions #selfdiscipline #Postive #Rehab #PositiveThoughts #postivevibes #PostiveEnergy #Think #Relationships #Value #Family #goodnight #People #Political #Politics #issavibe #Wisdom #Conscious #3rdeye #3rdeyeopen #staywoke #wokeasfuck #Books #readmore
User Image hartrehab Posted: Dec 13, 2017 3:31 AM (UTC)
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FUTUREPROOF YOUR HAMSTRINGS
[Part 2: Exercise Ball Eccentrics]
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Here’s the follow up from yesterday’s post by @kaitlin.physio . Bridge with stability ball ➕/➖ hamstring curl💪🏼
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1️⃣ Double leg bridge on stability ball: this exercise is essentially a static or isometric contraction of the hamstring group. Isometric contractions are contractions in which the muscle is not shortening or lengthening. These contractions are used at points in rehab where heavy concentric (shortening the muscle) or eccentric (lengthening the muscle) contractions may not be indicated because they could further damage the muscles
2️⃣ Single leg bridge with stability ball: a step up from #1. Similar concept, but more challenge because you are only using 1 leg to stabilize
3️⃣ Double leg bridge with hamstring curl: this time you are incorporating concentric and eccentric contractions. The concentric component occurs when bringing the ball toward your body (bending the knees). The eccentric component occurs when moving the ball alway from your body (straightening your legs)
4️⃣ Single leg bridge with hamstring curl: similar concept to #3 as both concentric and eccentric contractions are occurring, obviously more challenging with 1 leg versus 2
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Why the stability ball? The stability ball adds in perturbations (disturbances of motion)🌪to make the exercises more difficult and challenge the hamstrings
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Tag someone who would benefit 🙌🏼
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Keep posted for @hartrehab ‘s next video 🔥
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#Myodetox #2017
#FutureProofYourBody
User Image crossphysiopt Posted: Dec 13, 2017 3:31 AM (UTC)

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One of the best things about CrossFit is that it offers endless opportunities to play. Barbells, dumbbells, kettlebells, cross bars, rings, getting upside down, pulling, pushing, running, sprinting, jumping, rowing...constantly varied, functional movements, performed at relatively high intensities.
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if you’re not sure what you’re capable of or what your body can handle, how are you learning to grow and adapt as an athlete in and out if the gym?
When you look at infants and toddlers, watch how thy explore their space and surroundings, move and climb and run and stop and stomp, don’t lose that curiosity. Remember to have fun and play! Not just wreck yourself.
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User Image patriciapresto Posted: Dec 13, 2017 3:31 AM (UTC)

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There may not be a “perfect” spray job, but this one is pretty darn close. My guys did some awesome work here - so grateful for their expertise and attention to detail! ⭐️👍🏻⭐️ #home #kitchen #cabinets #realestate #painter #rehab #design #hardware #homesweethome #bungalow #history #renovate #forsale #painting #atlanta #georgia
User Image _mamamandy1_ Posted: Dec 13, 2017 3:30 AM (UTC)
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I’ve had and have so many projects on the house that I haven’t had time to post many things. This is the before, during and after of the hardwoods refinished! It had white (well at one time it was white) carpet through out. Ripped all that up and look what a gem these babies are ✨🌟 YASSSSSS!!! #outwitholdinwithnew #beautiful #lovethem #whythehellwouldyoucoverthatup #diy #rehab #renovate #oakfloors #610ashest
User Image drryanhamm Posted: Dec 13, 2017 3:27 AM (UTC)

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Are you activating your lower abdominals? People who are not doing this as a part of their core stabilization strategy will be more prone to lower back and hip joint problems. You need to be able to push out and firm up your abs under the purple pockets of the @core360belt and breathe there at the same time. Here, I modified the belt by removing 2 of the 4 pockets and placed 2 of them in the lower abdomen just above the groin and lateral to the rectus abdominus (the six pack) and fastened the belt in the back. You can also place your fingers here to monitor your abdominal activation and breathing, but the belt is handy when you want to free up the hands for arm movement or exercises. The belt becomes a target for abdominal activation and breathing. I sound like a broken record when I say all day, "Push into the belt and breathe into the belt." #abs #core #abdominals #stability #stabilization #dns #dynamicneuromuscularstabilization #breathing #coreexercises #abexercises #chiropractic #posture #bodywork #movement #flexibility #workout #gym #fitness #correctiveexercise #functionaltraining #training #personaltraining #physicaltherapy #rehab #sportsrehabilitation #sportsperformance #yoga #pilates #bodyweighttraining #crossfit

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