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Here's my conventional deadlift from Friday night. It's 117.5kg, moving crispy. This is good. It gives be hope that Tuesdays sorry conventional was a one-off, or something particular to the day and not my programming. - Follow @TRStrongFit

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financetutor. Don't stop when you are tired, stop when you are done!!
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Don't stop when you are tired, stop when you are done!! Tag 2 friends who need to see this! 👇 Follow @financetutor for more!👈 Follow @financetutor for more!👈 Follow @financetutor for more!👈 ° ° ° ° ° ° ° ° #motivation💪 #strength💪 #strongmindset

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#strength💪 in your pain🤕.

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• There are no wrong turnings. Only paths we had not known we were meant to walk. • • • #rajasthandiaries #throwback #bundicity #kulswaminidarshan #mountains #explore #happy #live #life #love #laugh #staypositive #motivated #strength💪 #belief😇 #fit #strong • • • 🌿🌺ShreeKrishna🌺🌿

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#🤜TRTipOfTheDay🤛 - Don't hesitate to hit my DMs if you want more information - Follow @TRStrongFit

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hot_shot_hero. Appieee wedding anniversary ammiee dady 💞😘.....#life❤#happiness☺ #st

Appieee wedding anniversary ammiee dady #happiness☺ #strength💪..... Luvv u choooooo much 😘mmwaaaahhh

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scattered_quotes. 💬 Quotes about Strength 💪
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💬 Quotes about Strength 💪 ▪️ ▪️ ▪️ 💗 Like • 🗨️ Comment • 👫 Tag • 📢 Share • 😊 Enjoy! ↪️ Follow @scattered_quotes for more quotes like this. ▪️ ▪️ ▪️ ➡️ Check out the website (ScatteredQuotes.com) for even more. #scatteredquotes ▪️ ▪️ ▪️ #strength #strengthening #strengths #strengthquotes #strengthfeed #strengthinletters #strength💪 #strengthsfinder #innerstrength #mentalstrength #realstrength #strengthquote #strengthquotes💪 #quotelover #quotesagram #quoteaday #quoteslove #quotespage #quotesforyou #quotesandsayings #quotes❤ #quotesoninstagram

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The base, and most important level 👌 - Follow @TRStrongFit - #Repost @iraki_nutrition (@get_repost) ・・・ 👨🏻‍🔬As Dr. Helms said back in 2015, “do not put the cart before the horse” which is a proverb that means essentially you're getting ahead of yourself and you're on the losing side of priorites. The point here is that priorities are a point usually missed out on when it comes to training: we often focus on the minutiae rather than the big rocks such as the perfect amount of volume we should do for that muscle group before even starting the program. - 💪🏽The training process has to be realistic, enjoyable and flexible. To make it stick to your mind you can use the simple “REF yourself” memory tool. - 😎The first things to consider when planning your training are schedule and time frame. You need to consider your real life week-to-week and day-to-day tasks before planning how many sets of biceps or squats sessions you can do. If you've decided that the optimal program for you should be a 5 days split including 2 hours sessions but you have a demanding job, a family and other hobbies, then you should reconsider how realistic is sustaining this approach over the long term. Concentrate on what you can do over the long run and how you can implement training around your life and not the opposite. - 😀Now, the plan needs to enjoyable as well. Even if it would be suboptimal in some cases in terms of frequency or intensity, the fact that you enjoy it will improve your adherence and overall consistency. The optimal training plan not only exists just in your mind or on paper but also does not equal sustainable. - ☝🏽Flexibility is the overall theme of the pyramid because being flexible is critical: it allows you to enjoy your training and ultimately to be realistic. Anything that creates a negative stress in your life can undermine your progress, thus autoregulation based on energy levels and daily pressures are excellent tools to match your training stress to your life's ability to manage stress. - 😉Stay tuned for the next level of the training pyramid! - 📊Infographic by @eliaolivierobarbon

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gerson.otero123. FOOD🍲forTHOUGHT💡
 There's n #Old saying, that #which  What #Doesn't

FOOD🍲forTHOUGHT💡 There's n #Old saying, that #which What #Doesn't #Kill You #Make You #Stronger,😕😠😡😈💪 I #Don't Believe #That. I #Think. the #things that #Try to #kill me #makes Me #Angry and #sad😡😞. #strength💪& #Wisdom comes from #god👆The #Good Thing #My Family & A #Few Good #Friends 💖 #Satisfaction of #Hard #These Are the #Things that #Made Me #Whole👀💪🙌💖✌💯

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Courtney has been smashing her rack pulls these last few weeks 👌 The ultimate goal here is to progress not only weight but ROM as well. Here we have the rack set above the knee, but there's 2 lower settings on this rack, and 2 more racks with more options. - Follow @TRStrongFit

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#🤜TRTipOfTheDay🤛 - Don't hesitate to hit my DMs if you want more information 💪 - Follow @TRStrongFit

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The short answer is no. But if it feels good and is part of your routine then go for it. Unless you NEED to do it before every session, and sometimes you don't have a foam roller available. In that case it's probably dysfunctional. - Be sure to hit up @wolffslawfitness IG for the full infographic - Follow @TRStrongFit - #Repost @wolffslawfitness (@get_repost) ・・・ 🏋️‍♀️📊 Foam Rolling &, Self Myofacial Release on Recovery, Squat ROM, and Muscle Activation🏋️‍♀️📈 . This research showed the results of self Myofacial release on squat ROM, muscle activation of the Rectus Femoris and Gluteus Maximus, and perception of recovery. . The resulted showed no major differences between groups, but also that were was no reduction in performance as well. . Now, this research can be taken two ways. . The first way, you have dogmatic views that backed with research can tell you to never foam roll or do Myofacial release. . The second, is you can recognize the literature and understand it doesn't do much and still let your athletes or clientele use it. . People still will foam roll for this reason alone: it feels good. People like to feel good. Don't use my posts as a way to call someone dumb. . However... If you're someone selling Myofacial releasing as a way to improve performance - then you are unethically doing business in my eyes and should stop. That is where I draw the line.

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seanlentzstrength. Hit my first ever tomahawk jam today! These bad boys might just be the

Hit my first ever tomahawk jam today! These bad boys might just be the most satisfying type of dunk I’ve ever thrown down

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• I followed my heart ❤️ And it led me here 😌 • • • #positivevibes #happpiest #holyplace #divinemother #jaimatadi #goodvibesonly #strength💪 💪 #belief😇 #trust #faith #katra #jammukashmir #tbt #jammudairies • • 🌺🌿ShreeKrishna🌿🌺

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chakib_baouche. You should create yourself, that mean build around your strengths and

You should create yourself, that mean build around your strengths and removing bad habits. #bookoftheday📚 #reading📖 #books📚 #change #habits #strength💪 #success @tailopez @kingketo

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Here's me deadlift benchmark from yesterday, which if I had to describe it in only two words I'd use "fucking shithouse". Felt heavy and slow, my positioning was ordinary, what a shit fight, haha. - Follow @TRStrongFit

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excelrsolutions. Armour Yourself!
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Armour Yourself! Double tap if you like ✴️Tag someone who needs to hear this! ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ 📣 Comment ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ 🔱Follow @excelrsolutions for your daily motivation🔱 ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ ⚡@excelrsolutions⚡ ⚡@excelrsolutions⚡ ⚡@excelrsolutions⚡ ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ . . . . . . . #inspirational #inspiration #motivation #inspirationalquotes #motivational #love #motivationalquotes #quotes #success #inspire #quoteoftheday #follow #successquotes #inspiringthoughts #likelove #follow4follo #gotquotes #gotquote #georgerrmartin #georgerrmartinquote #quotestoinspire #strengthquotes #strength💪 #strenghtquotes #noweakness #excelr #raisingexcellence #elearning #datascience

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#🤜TRTipOfTheDay🤛 - Don't hesitate to hit my DMs If you want to know more 💪 - Follow @TRStrongFit

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mdc.boymom. Strong by Zumba with this awesome lady! Now to cook & eat dinner! #soh

Strong by Zumba with this awesome lady! Now to cook & eat dinner! #sohungry #strongbyzumba #cardio🏃‍♀️ #strength💪 #r3challenge

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A few others have made posts about results like these, but this is the first to go into such detail. - Follow @TRStrongFit - #Repost @_luketulloch (@get_repost) ・・・ How to feel like you earn $25k more This study was huge - involved a sampling over 1.2 million people! The researchers looked at how many days of self-reported bad mental health people had in the past month (they called this 'mental burden'), and asked them what physical activity they did most. They also controlled for age, race, gender, marital status, income, education level, employment status, body-mass index (BMI) category, self-reported physical health, and previous diagnosis of depression. A total of 75 types of exercise were represented in the sample, with the strongest effects coming from (in order): - Team sports - Cycling - Aerobic or gym training - Running However, every type of exercise saw a strong effect on reducing how many bad mental health days people had experienced. The association was strongest for individuals who exercised for between 30 min and 60 min per session, three to five times per week. More exercise was not always better—extreme ranges of more than 23 times per month, or longer than 90 min per session, were associated with worse mental health. As mentioned in the graphic above, exercise was associated with a 1.49 day (43.2%) lower self-reported mental health burden per month. The effect was even larger among individuals who reported a previous depression diagnosis, in whom exercise was associated with a 3.75 day (34.5%) lower mental health burden. Here's the jaw-dropper: The difference in mental health burden between individuals who participated in team sports versus those who did not exercise at all was the same as the difference in mental health burden between: 🎓-> individuals who obtain a college degree vs high school alone 💰-> between individuals with a difference in household income of more than US$25 000. Key point: Do something physical that you enjoy most days of the week for at least 30 mins.

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On the way to work! Go get it and come back with it! That's one way to stack dem racks! Feels good that I'm blessed to be strong physically and mentally! To God be all the glory! #gogetit #trinitymetrolocal #strength💪 #toGodbetheglory🙏

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Courtney here has been making excellent progress on her goblet squats 💪 One of her goals is bigger, more defined legs, and if she keeps this up she'll have them in no time 👌 - Follow @TRStrongFit

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#🤜TRTipOfTheDay🤛 - If you want to know more don't hesitate to hit my DMs - Follow @TRStrongFit

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