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@hsbhamarah

Just some post workout mobility work I've been putting in lately. Starting off with the ankle mobility drill shown by @squat_university to control my butt wink during squats. The pigeon stretch and "cat-camel" are my favourite of the lot. Helps a ton with de-stressing my spine after deadlifts and improve my overall hip mobility. Which ones do you do post workout? @akki.sky01 @leanwolfgym @sikhmuscle @ratrakunal mirin' his gains in the background 🔥🔥😂😂 . . . #mobilitywork #mobility #mobilitytraining #catcamel #squatuclub #hipmobility #powerlifting #powerliftingindia #powerbuilding

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@ani_deadlifts

Bench press 145kg X 8 reps Smelling salts available @thegrindlife.in at FYTNATION

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@mistri_lifts

Just some post workout mobility work I've been putting in lately. Starting off with the ankle mobility drill shown by @squat_university to control my butt wink during squats. The pigeon stretch and "cat-camel" are my favourite of the lot. Helps a ton with de-stressing my spine after deadlifts and improve my overall hip mobility. Which ones do you do post workout? @akki.sky01 @leanwolfgym @sikhmuscle @ratrakunal mirin' his gains in the background 🔥🔥😂😂 . . . #mobilitywork #mobility #mobilitytraining #catcamel #squatuclub #hipmobility at Lean Wolf Gym

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@jndquejada

#Repost @squat_university (@get_repost) ・・・ Today I want to break down the technique of this 419 lb (190kg) 3x bodyweight deadlift.🤯 . The most important factor for a powerful pull is an efficient set up and start position. Notice how Kelly starts by setting her feet, and grabs the ground to create a stable foundation for the rest of your body.🦶🏼 . Her arm movement next is a little more dynamic than I would recommend for most. She’s using this movement to create tension in her entire upper body before she locks her arms in place and begins the pull. Now, this arm sequence is something you’ll see in some athletes (@toshikis170j210 shown here) as a way to prime sufficient stiffness much like “revving a cars engine,” but Id recommend most slow this down, lock & then lift ensure proper set up and avoid jerking the bar too quickly.📝 . The action of pre-tensioning also engages the powerful lat muscles of the back. These are strong powerful muscles that when turned on create torso stiffness and work to keep the bar close to the body for an efficient pull that wont drift away.✅ . As the bar moves you can see she drives her knees out to the side while keeping her feet stable, creating a ton of external rotation torque at the hip joint. This sets her legs into a stable position for efferent leg drive while her back remains locked in a great stable position for the remainder of the pull.✅ . Shout out to @kellywild8 for being todays athlete model, @scottindaberks of @cal_strength in the collaboration for today’s video and @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body.🙏🏼 __________________________________________ This is the 227th #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!

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@emerson_lpo_brasil

@squat_university Today I want to break down the technique of this 419 lb (190kg) 3x bodyweight deadlift.🤯 . The most important factor for a powerful pull is an efficient set up and start position. Notice how Kelly starts by setting her feet, and grabs the ground to create a stable foundation for the rest of your body.🦶🏼 . Her arm movement next is a little more dynamic than I would recommend for most. She’s using this movement to create tension in her entire upper body before she locks her arms in place and begins the pull. Now, this arm sequence is something you’ll see in some athletes (@toshikis170j210 shown here) as a way to prime sufficient stiffness much like “revving a cars engine,” but Id recommend most slow this down, lock & then lift ensure proper set up and avoid jerking the bar too quickly.📝 The action of pre-tensioning also engages the powerful lat muscles of the back. These are strong powerful muscles that when turned on create torso stiffness and work to keep the bar close to the body for an efficient pull that wont drift away.✅ . As the bar moves you can see she drives her knees out to the side while keeping her feet stable, creating a ton of external rotation torque at the hip joint. This sets her legs into a stable position for efferent leg drive while her back remains locked in a great stable position for the remainder of the pull.✅ . Shout out to @kellywild8 for being todays athlete model, @scottindaberks of @cal_strength in the collaboration for today’s video and @3d4medicalwith the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body.🙏🏼 _________________________ This is the 227th  #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag  #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day! @emerson_lpo_brasil #emerson_lpo_brasil

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@anthonyb0yd

Trying these tips next deadlift session. #Repost @squat_university ・・・ Today I want to break down the technique of this 419 lb (190kg) 3x bodyweight deadlift.🤯 . The most important factor for a powerful pull is an efficient set up and start position. Notice how Kelly starts by setting her feet, and grabs the ground to create a stable foundation for the rest of your body.🦶🏼 . Her arm movement next is a little more dynamic than I would recommend for most. She’s using this movement to create tension in her entire upper body before she locks her arms in place and begins the pull. Now, this arm sequence is something you’ll see in some athletes (@toshikis170j210 shown here) as a way to prime sufficient stiffness much like “revving a cars engine,” but Id recommend most slow this down, lock & then lift ensure proper set up and avoid jerking the bar too quickly.📝 . The action of pre-tensioning also engages the powerful lat muscles of the back. These are strong powerful muscles that when turned on create torso stiffness and work to keep the bar close to the body for an efficient pull that wont drift away.✅ . As the bar moves you can see she drives her knees out to the side while keeping her feet stable, creating a ton of external rotation torque at the hip joint. This sets her legs into a stable position for efferent leg drive while her back remains locked in a great stable position for the remainder of the pull.✅ . Shout out to @kellywild8 for being todays athlete model, @scottindaberks of @cal_strength in the collaboration for today’s video and @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body.🙏🏼 __________________________________________ This is the 227th #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!

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@rennogalvao

Não é só pegar elevantar... Reposted from @squat_university - Today I want to break down the technique of this 419 lb (190kg) 3x bodyweight deadlift.🤯 . The most important factor for a powerful pull is an efficient set up and start position. Notice how Kelly starts by setting her feet, and grabs the ground to create a stable foundation for the rest of your body.🦶🏼 . Her arm movement next is a little more dynamic than I would recommend for most. She’s using this movement to create tension in her entire upper body before she locks her arms in place and begins the pull. Now, this arm sequence is something you’ll see in some athletes (@toshikis170j210 shown here) as a way to prime sufficient stiffness much like “revving a cars engine,” but Id recommend most slow this down, lock & then lift ensure proper set up and avoid jerking the bar too quickly.📝 . The action of pre-tensioning also engages the powerful lat muscles of the back. These are strong powerful muscles that when turned on create torso stiffness and work to keep the bar close to the body for an efficient pull that wont drift away.✅ . As the bar moves you can see she drives her knees out to the side while keeping her feet stable, creating a ton of external rotation torque at the hip joint. This sets her legs into a stable position for efferent leg drive while her back remains locked in a great stable position for the remainder of the pull.✅ . Shout out to @kellywild8 for being todays athlete model, @scottindaberks of @cal_strength in the collaboration for today’s video and @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body.🙏🏼 __________________________________________ This is the 227th #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day! - #regrann

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@squat_university

Today I want to break down the technique of this 419 lb (190kg) 3x bodyweight deadlift.🤯 . The most important factor for a powerful pull is an efficient set up and start position. Notice how Kelly starts by setting her feet, and grabs the ground to create a stable foundation for the rest of your body.🦶🏼 . Her arm movement next is a little more dynamic than I would recommend for most. She’s using this movement to create tension in her entire upper body before she locks her arms in place and begins the pull. Now, this arm sequence is something you’ll see in some athletes (@toshikis170j210 shown here) as a way to prime sufficient stiffness much like “revving a cars engine,” but Id recommend most slow this down, lock & then lift ensure proper set up and avoid jerking the bar too quickly.📝 . The action of pre-tensioning also engages the powerful lat muscles of the back. These are strong powerful muscles that when turned on create torso stiffness and work to keep the bar close to the body for an efficient pull that wont drift away.✅ . As the bar moves you can see she drives her knees out to the side while keeping her feet stable, creating a ton of external rotation torque at the hip joint. This sets her legs into a stable position for efferent leg drive while her back remains locked in a great stable position for the remainder of the pull.✅ . Shout out to @kellywild8 for being todays athlete model, @scottindaberks of @cal_strength in the collaboration for today’s video and @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body.🙏🏼 __________________________________________ This is the 227th #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!

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@zubaro

Once a week the big squats comes out to play 🦍 Today I hit 3 reps @ 235 kg + 2*4 reps @ 210 kg + 2*4 reps @ 190 kg 🔥 I’m still behind my plan, but I’m catching up 😎 Afterwards I had a bunch of accessory work focusing on the hammies and back 💪🏻 #Powerlifting #Lifting #Strong #CrossFit #Fitness #Weightlifting #Bodybuilding #Motivation #StrengthIsNeverAWeakness #PowerBuilding #JackedAndTan #Skwaat #Skwaats #Squat #SquatEveryDay #PReveryDay #RehBand #SBD #Reebok #Instafit #FitFamDK #FitFam #Gym #GymMotivation #squatuclub #norce #norceperformance at Norce Performance

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@sho.me.app

Well said! Posted @withrepost@squat_university I saw a quote once that read, “you can easily judge the character of someone by how they treat others who can do nothing for them.” Food for thought. . I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comment section below. Hope you all have a great weekend🙏🏼 ___________________________________________ This is the 226th #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day! #onerepmax #crossfitters #weightlifters #olympiclifter #hookgrip #techniquematters #coaching #physiotherapy #shome #videodelay #movewell #fitness #strengthtraining #snatches #hangclean

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@avrileimile

Truth 🤘🏻💙 #Repost @squat_university • • • • • I saw a quote once that read, “you can easily judge the character of someone by how they treat others who can do nothing for them.” Food for thought. . I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comment section below. Hope you all have a great weekend🙏🏼 ___________________________________________ This is the 226th #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!

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@squat_university

I saw a quote once that read, “you can easily judge the character of someone by how they treat others who can do nothing for them.” Food for thought. . I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comment section below. Hope you all have a great weekend🙏🏼 ___________________________________________ This is the 226th #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!

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@emerson_lpo_brasil

@squat_university Do you wind up with tight and stiff hip flexors after heavy squat days? Have you tried foam rolling or laying on a lacrosse ball for minutes on end but never wind up with any long term relief? It may be time for a different approach.👇🏼🔥 . The hip flexors are actually a group of two muscles that combine to form your Iliopsoas. This muscle can often become stiff and spasm, not because its tight and needs to be stretched but because it is weak and trying to bring stability to an area.✅ . Strengthening the hip flexors with the resisted dead bug exercise can be a great first step. Brace your core and kick each leg for and 5 second hold in the extended position. Placing your hands under your low back can help cue you to keep it from flattening out into your hand or over arching as you move your legs. Try 2-3 sets of 5 reps for a 5 second hold of each.✅ . Next, try the side plank clam shell to help strengthen the near by lateral glutes. (Those who develop hip flexor issues often have weak and unstable lateral hip muscles like the glute medius). Assume the side plank while you open your leg and hold for 5 seconds. Don’t rotate too far or you’ll be compensating with your low back. Try 2-3 sets of 10 reps for a 5 second hold.✅ . Last, focus on creating a ton of tension in your core during each lift. Take a big breath and tension your core muscles as hard as you can before each rep. Improving the strength of your hip flexors and lateral hip muscles along with cues for proper core stability when under the bar should allow you to fix your symptoms.🙌🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Shout out to Dr. Stefanie Cohen (@steficohen) for being today's athlete model and to @3D4Medicalwith their app Complete Anatomy for the visual of the body.🙌🏼 . To learn more about dealing with hip flexor issues, check out the blog post linked in my bio!📲 ______________ This is the 224th  #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag  #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). @emerson_lpo_brasil #emerson_lpo_brasil

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@vkowe_08

Sumo-Deadlifts! Did 3 warmup sets! 180kg x 3sets x 2reps 190kg x 2sets x 1rep 195kg for single! Recorded the video of 195 and forgot to click save😁 190kg moved smooth!😁 Coach- @the_shashwat_sakhare Team- @fact_fitness . . . #squat #Powerliftermotivation #powerlifting #powerlifter #deadlift #deadlifts #gains #powerliftingmotivation #lift #powerliftingindia #muscles #liftheavy #muscle #strongman #workout #benchpress #motivation #thegrindlife #strength #strong #squatuclub

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@patrickhuntergraves

Squats from yesterday made deadlifts today a grind, but I’m trying to grow those gams. I’m working with a hypothetical 1rm squat of 335. I haven’t tested my max for four months and I’m 33 lbs lighter than I was 275 lb x 5 @ 168.2 lb bw #ryourogue #hybridperformance #fitness #crossfit #rehband #squats #squatuclub #powerlift #health #motivation at University of Delaware Bob Carpenter Sports Complex

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@squat_university

Is the Jefferson curl exercise something you should be using, let’s give some context to this discussion.📝 . If your goal is to pull heavy weight from the ground during a deadlift for example, you want your back to be held in a stable unwavering position. During the Olympic lifts, a stable back allows you transfer the power you derive from the legs through the core and into pulling the barbell for a successful lift.🏋🏼‍♀️ . When the back loses stability and beings to move under load as we pull, it’s called an “energy leak.” Think about it like this, if I throw a baseball at a wall. The balls structure remains in tact and the energy from the ball hitting the wall creates an equal reaction in making the ball bounce back. However, if I throw a ball of spaghetti at the wall, the structure of the original ball deforms as it hits the wall. The energy is dissipated and the spaghetti does not bounce back. This means allowing the back to round under load hinders our ability to move efficiently (as energy is “bleeding out” of the body into the end goal) thus hurts performance.🤯 . Think of every possible exercise as a tool in your tool box, we want to take out the ones that help us accomplish our end goal. In this context for strength athletes the Jefferson would be far less efficient than the classic RDL or Romanian deadlift to build a resilient back for pulling.✅ . Shout out to @shift_movementscience for demonstrating the Jefferson curl today and @great_white_north_juggernaut & @lee_sang____ for demonstrating the pulls 🙏🏼 ___________________________________________ This is the 225th #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!

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@empoweredbykram

#Repost @squat_university ・・・ Do you jerk the bar off the ground when deadlifting? This quick pull off the ground can often place excessive force on the smaller structures of the spine and lead to back injury. The quick movement can also place excessive stress on the bicep tendon of the arm if using a mixed grip like the lifter here.❌ . This week I teamed up with powerlifting coach Boris Sheiko (@Borissheiko) to help you fix this technique fault. Borris teaches that jerking the bar from the ground is often a problem seen with athletes fail to create sufficient stability and tension in their body before starting their pull which can lead to a loss of control over the barbell and potential injury. While some elite atheltes can get away with this fast movement, many cannot.🥊📝 . Instead, as you bend down to pick up the bar, pre-load the muscles of your back (like your big lat muscles) along with your glutes and hamstrings. Take a big breath and brace your core as if you’re about to get punched in the stomach to increase your intra-abdominal cavity pressure to stabilize your spine - then start your pull smoothly. Boris Sheiko coaches his athletes that the barbell should only be accelerated after starting with a smooth and controlled pull from the floor.✅ . Notice the difference in stability during the first few inches of the lift between the two examples. By increasing tension throughout your entire body prior to moving the bar you neurologically prime your body to move efficiently and safely.🙌🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Thank you to Boris Sheiko @Borissheiko for helping put together this post and to @3d4Medical with their app Complete Anatomy for the visual of the body.🙏🏼 _______________________________________ This is the 149th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub within 60 seconds of a new post going up and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!

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@kat.weightlifting

#Repost @squat_university (@get_repost) ・・・ A little spin on the classic Bruce Lee quote “I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but the man who practiced 1 kick 10,000 times.” Obviously when it comes to weightlifting there are a ton of different variations that athletes use to hit different weaknesses in their main lifts (and they definitely have their value) but at the end of the day, you only compete in the classic snatch and clean & jerk lifts. The goal with the post isn’t to dismiss the importance of variation but to highlight the need to master the basics in order to produce excellence in performance.✅ . I’d love to hear your thoughts below in the comment section👇🏼👇🏼 ____________________________________________ This is the 222nd #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!

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@cfmaktubrecreio

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@squat_university

Do you wind up with tight and stiff hip flexors after heavy squat days? Have you tried foam rolling or laying on a lacrosse ball for minutes on end but never wind up with any long term relief? It may be time for a different approach.👇🏼🔥 . The hip flexors are actually a group of two muscles that combine to form your Iliopsoas. This muscle can often become stiff and spasm, not because its tight and needs to be stretched but because it is weak and trying to bring stability to an area.✅ . Strengthening the hip flexors with the resisted dead bug exercise can be a great first step. Brace your core and kick each leg for and 5 second hold in the extended position. Placing your hands under your low back can help cue you to keep it from flattening out into your hand or over arching as you move your legs. Try 2-3 sets of 5 reps for a 5 second hold of each.✅ . Next, try the side plank clam shell to help strengthen the near by lateral glutes. (Those who develop hip flexor issues often have weak and unstable lateral hip muscles like the glute medius). Assume the side plank while you open your leg and hold for 5 seconds. Don’t rotate too far or you’ll be compensating with your low back. Try 2-3 sets of 10 reps for a 5 second hold.✅ . Last, focus on creating a ton of tension in your core during each lift. Take a big breath and tension your core muscles as hard as you can before each rep. Improving the strength of your hip flexors and lateral hip muscles along with cues for proper core stability when under the bar should allow you to fix your symptoms.🙌🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Shout out to Dr. Stefanie Cohen (@steficohen) for being today's athlete model and to @3D4Medical with their app Complete Anatomy for the visual of the body.🙌🏼 . To learn more about dealing with hip flexor issues, check out the blog post linked in my bio!📲 _____________________________________ This is the 224th #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc).

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@cfmaktubrecreio

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@fitfancy

If you want to squat big weight while moving as efficiently and safely as possible, you need to start with a proper warm up.✅ . Start by riding a bike or even waling lunges to elevate your heart rate and improve blood flow to your muscles. Following this general warm up, we need to do a sport specific warm up that is tailored to what your going to then train.🏋🏼‍♀️ . If we’re squatting, perform a bodyweight squat and assess your level of mobility of your ankles and hips by how easy it is for you to drop into a deep position.🤔📝 . If you find restrictions, the deep goblet squat stretch should be next. Use the weight in front to help you drop into a deep squat with your feet a little wider than your normal stance and your toes relatively straight forward. Rotate and drive your knees over the toes for a good ankle stretch held for 10 seconds (I usually do 3-4 on each side).✅ . Next, prime your body to stabilize efficiently with some lateral band walks, single leg kick outs to the side and a slow paused squat with the band then around your knees.✅ . After checking and priming both mobility and stability, get under the barbell without shoes on and perform 5 slow tempo squats feeling for your entire feet grabbing the ground and your body in perfect balance. Then, it’s time to put some weight on the bar.🏋🏼‍♀️ . To see more recommendations for a proper squat day warm up (including how many of each of these exercises I showed today) check out the YouTube video linked in my bio📲📲 . Shout out to @toshikis170j210 for being today’s athlete model at the start of this post🙏🏼 ______________________________________ This is the 197th #SquatUclub eligible post too!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!

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@legit.passion

Jake @hartmanstrength came to me with an issue in his squat (as you can see) and some hip pain that was deep under the right glute where the hamstrings run and attach. The first thing I wanted to see during our visit was how he was moving and if we slow-mo the squat you can see he shifts away from the painful hip on the descent. He also didn’t have any significant side to side mobility differences.📝 . When I assessed his single leg squat, watch what happens to his right knee (it’s harder to control compared to the left). When I looked at his hip extension coordination with the single leg bridge screen, he could easily feel his left glute working hard but his right hamstring dominated the movement (again another imbalance).📝 . We started a hip thruster with hold, squeezing the glutes hard for 5 seconds and followed it with some touch down squats on each leg to improve coordination and stability.✅ . He then kept the hip circle [email protected] on for some slow controlled bodyweight squats, focusing on a balanced descent, and then did the same with his first set of barbell squats, and as you can see, it looks much more balanced in the bottom now.🙌🏼 . A week later he was able to hit 465 with much less pain, and a few weeks after that 575 without any pain at all!🏋🏼‍♀️ . Shout out to @hartmanstrength for putting in the work to fix this problem, @mbslingshotfor the hip circles used today & [email protected] With the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body🙏🏼 ___________________________________________ This is the 221st  #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag  #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!

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@thegarageprogram

Posted @withrepost@squat_university Some people reference technique problems as an “energy leak,” but what does that really mean?🤔 . The body is often referred to as a kinetic chain, as everything from the head to the feet must work together in a coordinated fashion to accomplish the set task. When you squat, it’s not just your quads doing the work but the entire body.🏋🏼‍♀️ . If there’s an imbalance anywhere along the chain in creating tension and generating force, energy is dissipated into a different task breaking the chain and making the overall movement less efficient. This also creates microtrauma as certain tissues are now overloaded that could eventual lead to injury.🥊 . Think about it like this, if I throw a baseball at a wall. The balls structure remains in tact and the energy from the ball hitting the wall creates an equal reaction in making the ball bounce back. However, if I throw a ball of spaghetti at the wall, the structure of the original ball deforms as it hits the wall. The energy is dissipated and the spaghetti does not bounce back.🤾🏽‍♂️ . This is why working to fix technique problems improves your lifting efficiency, allowing your to maintain energy into the desired task so you can move big weight with less risk from movement related injuries🙌🏼 . Shout out to @oc_lifting for being today’s athlete model, to @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body, and to @exossports @exoseducation from where I first heard the “spaghetti analogy” 🙏🏼 ____________________________________________ This is the 128th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub within 60 seconds of a new post going up and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!

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@ani_deadlifts

Reposted from @thegrindlife.in - Deadlift Party! First of it's kind in India. The Grind Life and @fytnation_gym Mumbai has brought to you an amazing opportunity to to showcase your strength. It's an ultimate battle for the best deadlifter. This is no ordinary competition because there will be blood, sweat and pain to earn that Respect! Registrations now open. DM for more info and registration at FYTNATION

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@kneestrike

RepostBy @squat_university: Let’s talk pause #squats. The goal with a pause #squat is to develop and solidify your mobility, comfort and strength in the bottom position. A pause squat requires you to expose and fix weak links you may have in “owning” this part of the squat movement.📝 . For the Olympic lifter or CrossFitter, the pause squat (in either the front or overhead position) will help you become more comfortable and efficient in the receiving position for your snatch or clean. The deeper you can catch both of these lifts (and change direction while staying balanced) the more weight you can eventually hope to lift. Most athletes fail to efficiently catch their snatch or clean as deep as they should until the weight gets heavy, and when they do they usually have to compensate by turning their toes out or collapsing their back due to a lack of comfort in this deep position.🏋🏼‍♀️ . When you pause, you lose the explosive power assistance your body naturally gets from a quick turnaround – making the ascent more difficult. But that’s the point. This is why pause squats give the Olympic lifter a little more insurance that they wont get buried under a heavy lift as it will help build the strength necessary to rise from the bottom position.✅ . If you haven’t performed pause squats before, start with 50% of your best squat and hold the bottom position for a minimum of 5 seconds. As you sit in the deep position, try to relax your quads and hamstrings to really sink as deep as possible while maintaining a braced core. IIf doing a longer pause, you can take small sips of air in and out but don’t completely let the air out of your lungs or you will lose sufficient tension in your core. Over time the goal is to progress in time and load.🙌🏼✅ . Shout out to Olympian Chad Vaughn @olychad for his collaboration in making this post today! If you aren't follwoing Chad across social media, get on it!🙏🏼 _____________________________________ This is the 223rd #SquatUclub eligible post!! “Like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc).

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@kingofthelifts

Pause Squat 101! @squat_university - Let’s talk pause squats. The goal with a pause squat is to develop and solidify your mobility, comfort and strength in the bottom position. A pause squat requires you to expose and fix weak links you may have in “owning” this part of the squat movement.📝 . For the Olympic lifter or CrossFitter, the pause squat (in either the front or overhead position) will help you become more comfortable and efficient in the receiving position for your snatch or clean. The deeper you can catch both of these lifts (and change direction while staying balanced) the more weight you can eventually hope to lift. Most athletes fail to efficiently catch their snatch or clean as deep as they should until the weight gets heavy, and when they do they usually have to compensate by turning their toes out or collapsing their back due to a lack of comfort in this deep position.🏋🏼‍♀️ . When you pause, you lose the explosive power assistance your body naturally gets from a quick turnaround – making the ascent more difficult. But that’s the point. This is why pause squats give the Olympic lifter a little more insurance that they wont get buried under a heavy lift as it will help build the strength necessary to rise from the bottom position.✅ . If you haven’t performed pause squats before, start with 50% of your best squat and hold the bottom position for a minimum of 5 seconds. As you sit in the deep position, try to relax your quads and hamstrings to really sink as deep as possible while maintaining a braced core. IIf doing a longer pause, you can take small sips of air in and out but don’t completely let the air out of your lungs or you will lose sufficient tension in your core. Over time the goal is to progress in time and load.🙌🏼✅ . Shout out to Olympian Chad Vaughn @olychad for his collaboration in making this post today! If you aren't follwoing Chad across social media, get on it!🙏🏼 _____________________________________ This is the 223rd SquatUclub eligible post!! “Like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). -

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@hartmanstrength

Thank you @squat_university for all the help fixing me up. Jake @hartmanstrength came to me with an issue in his squat (as you can see) and some hip pain that was deep under the right glute where the hamstrings run and attach. The first thing I wanted to see during our visit was how he was moving and if we slow-mo the squat you can see he shifts away from the painful hip on the descent. He also didn’t have any significant side to side mobility differences.📝 . When I assessed his single leg squat, watch what happens to his right knee (it’s harder to control compared to the left). When I looked at his hip extension coordination with the single leg bridge screen, he could easily feel his left glute working hard but his right hamstring dominated the movement (again another imbalance).📝 . We started a hip thruster with hold, squeezing the glutes hard for 5 seconds and followed it with some touch down squats on each leg to improve coordination and stability.✅ . He then kept the hip circle from @mbslingshot on for some slow controlled bodyweight squats, focusing on a balanced descent, and then did the same with his first set of barbell squats, and as you can see, it looks much more balanced in the bottom now.🙌🏼 . A week later he was able to hit 465 with much less pain, and a few weeks after that 575 without any pain at all!🏋🏼‍♀️ . Shout out to @hartmanstrength for putting in the work to fix this problem, @mbslingshot for the hip circles used today & to @3d4medical With the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body🙏🏼 ___________________________________________ This is the 221st #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!

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@performancesportsandwellness

Sound on! #Repost @squat_university • • • • • During the squat we ideally want to see the chest & hips rise at the same rate. This means your body is in balance & capable of producing efficient fore & power. Pause squats are a helpful variation that can help you address a weakness you may have in maintaining stability or the ability to coordinate your ascent well in this manner.✅ . When you pause in the bottom, you lose the explosive power assistance your body naturally gets from a quick turnaround – making the ascent more difficul. But that’s the point.😉 . Watch how this Isabella takes a huge breath & braces her core between each rep and holds this breath through the full pause to ensure her core stability remains sufficient to maintain her technique through the full rep.🏋🏼‍♀️ . After a short pause, drive the hips and chest up at the same rate. This is more difficult after a pause and causes you to clean up problems in coordination while improving your strength as you have to ascend from a dead stop.🙌🏼 . If you are going to do a longer pause (5+ seconds for example) you can breath while sitting in the bottom position - holding your breath that long under load could cause you to pass out! BUT don’t let ALL your air out! Maintain most of your breath and take SMALL sips of air in & out so you can still maintain your stability.✅ Letting all of your air out while squatting big weight will cause a large transfer of forces to the small structures of your spine⛔️❌ . From the front view you can see her ability to maintain a good level of knee stability through and after the pause.✅ . Today's athelte model is Isabella von Weissenberg, IPF powerlifter & multi time world champion! She is a great example of how to lift big weight with great technique. Follow her on IG at @ivweissenberg 🙌🏼 ____________________________________ This is the 120th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub within 60 seconds of a new post going up and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). #legday #squats #fittness #fittness #formbalanceconsistancy

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@keeping_up_with_eandd

I have been saying this for years! 😮😮😮 How can an athlete deadlift with what appears to be a rounded back and get away with it? Shouldnat that hurt their back? (The athlete shown is the late Konstantin Konstantinovs). Letas turn to renowned expert Dr. Stuart McGill to see what he has to say. . aIn terms of spinal stress and resilience, locking the spine in a neutral posture and moving entirely about the fulcrum of the hip would be the most resilient for the spine. However, you can flex without creating a stress concentration at a single level but create a gentle curvea and some of the great powerlifters have quite a bit more in the thoracic spine (mid back)ato allow the mechanics to pull around the knee. So itas a little bit flexed and then he locks it. When you measure this, the motion is still around the hips. This is 2ndbest and in some lifters creates a mechanical advantage and others not.aa . Takeaway: safety in the spine when lifting has to do with whether or not movement occurs at the spine. A slightly flexed spine using a gentle curve can be performed with less risk IF the spine is locked in that position and movement occurs about the hips. . If youad like to learn more about the mechanics of the spine & how it relates to safety and performance of lifting heavy, check out the full podcast I did with Dr. McGill (iTunes version linked in my bio, but available on almost all other podcast platforms). ___________________________________________ This is the 205th #SquatUclub eligible post too!! Remember everyday - alike,a & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and Iall pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the aaa) will help you be first in line each day! #Repost @squat_university 👊👊👊 #bodybuilding #bodybuilder #muscle #shredded #fitfreak #powerlifting #swolelife #healthylifestyle #gymlife #gains #workout #squats #deadlift #benchpress #weighttraining #fitnessgoals #fitnessmotivation #fitspo #noexcuses #gymmotivation #getstrong #getfit #fitfam #strengthtraining #train #iam1stphorm

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@rmfunctionalfitness

#Repost @squat_university with @get_repost ・・・ Let’s talk pause squats. The goal with a pause squat is to develop and solidify your mobility, comfort and strength in the bottom position. A pause squat requires you to expose and fix weak links you may have in “owning” this part of the squat movement.📝 . For the Olympic lifter or CrossFitter, the pause squat (in either the front or overhead position) will help you become more comfortable and efficient in the receiving position for your snatch or clean. The deeper you can catch both of these lifts (and change direction while staying balanced) the more weight you can eventually hope to lift. Most athletes fail to efficiently catch their snatch or clean as deep as they should until the weight gets heavy, and when they do they usually have to compensate by turning their toes out or collapsing their back due to a lack of comfort in this deep position.🏋🏼‍♀️ . When you pause, you lose the explosive power assistance your body naturally gets from a quick turnaround – making the ascent more difficult. But that’s the point. This is why pause squats give the Olympic lifter a little more insurance that they wont get buried under a heavy lift as it will help build the strength necessary to rise from the bottom position.✅ . If you haven’t performed pause squats before, start with 50% of your best squat and hold the bottom position for a minimum of 5 seconds. As you sit in the deep position, try to relax your quads and hamstrings to really sink as deep as possible while maintaining a braced core. IIf doing a longer pause, you can take small sips of air in and out but don’t completely let the air out of your lungs or you will lose sufficient tension in your core. Over time the goal is to progress in time and load.🙌🏼✅ . Shout out to Olympian Chad Vaughn @olychad for his collaboration in making this post today! If you aren't follwoing Chad across social media, get on it!🙏🏼 _____________________________________ This is the 223rd #SquatUclub eligible post!! “Like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, e

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@squat_university

Let’s talk pause squats. The goal with a pause squat is to develop and solidify your mobility, comfort and strength in the bottom position. A pause squat requires you to expose and fix weak links you may have in “owning” this part of the squat movement.📝 . For the Olympic lifter or CrossFitter, the pause squat (in either the front or overhead position) will help you become more comfortable and efficient in the receiving position for your snatch or clean. The deeper you can catch both of these lifts (and change direction while staying balanced) the more weight you can eventually hope to lift. Most athletes fail to efficiently catch their snatch or clean as deep as they should until the weight gets heavy, and when they do they usually have to compensate by turning their toes out or collapsing their back due to a lack of comfort in this deep position.🏋🏼‍♀️ . When you pause, you lose the explosive power assistance your body naturally gets from a quick turnaround – making the ascent more difficult. But that’s the point. This is why pause squats give the Olympic lifter a little more insurance that they wont get buried under a heavy lift as it will help build the strength necessary to rise from the bottom position.✅ . If you haven’t performed pause squats before, start with 50% of your best squat and hold the bottom position for a minimum of 5 seconds. As you sit in the deep position, try to relax your quads and hamstrings to really sink as deep as possible while maintaining a braced core. IIf doing a longer pause, you can take small sips of air in and out but don’t completely let the air out of your lungs or you will lose sufficient tension in your core. Over time the goal is to progress in time and load.🙌🏼✅ . Shout out to Olympian Chad Vaughn @olychad for his collaboration in making this post today! If you aren't follwoing Chad across social media, get on it!🙏🏼 _____________________________________ This is the 223rd #SquatUclub eligible post!! “Like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc).

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@fi__fit

The importance of consistency and specificity 🙌🙌 - #Repost @squat_university with @get_repost ・・・ A little spin on the classic Bruce Lee quote “I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but the man who practiced 1 kick 10,000 times.” Obviously when it comes to weightlifting there are a ton of different variations that athletes use to hit different weaknesses in their main lifts (and they definitely have their value) but at the end of the day, you only compete in the classic snatch and clean & jerk lifts. The goal with the post isn’t to dismiss the importance of variation but to highlight the need to master the basics in order to produce excellence in performance.✅ . I’d love to hear your thoughts below in the comment section👇🏼👇🏼 ____________________________________________ This is the 222nd #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!

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@your_health_simplified

How many times do you return to the basics to master them? The iron never lies. #Repost @squat_university with @get_repost ・・・ A little spin on the classic Bruce Lee quote “I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but the man who practiced 1 kick 10,000 times.” Obviously when it comes to weightlifting there are a ton of different variations that athletes use to hit different weaknesses in their main lifts (and they definitely have their value) but at the end of the day, you only compete in the classic snatch and clean & jerk lifts. The goal with the post isn’t to dismiss the importance of variation but to highlight the need to master the basics in order to produce excellence in performance.✅ . I’d love to hear your thoughts below in the comment section👇🏼👇🏼 ____________________________________________ This is the 222nd #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day! . . . . #ottawa #bodypositive #bodyneutrality #personaltrainer #feminist #fitness #fitnessforeverybody at Centretown

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@paquettevero

Reposted from @squat_university - A little spin on the classic Bruce Lee quote “I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but the man who practiced 1 kick 10,000 times.” Obviously when it comes to weightlifting there are a ton of different variations that athletes use to hit different weaknesses in their main lifts (and they definitely have their value) but at the end of the day, you only compete in the classic snatch and clean & jerk lifts. The goal with the post isn’t to dismiss the importance of variation but to highlight the need to master the basics in order to produce excellence in performance.✅ . I’d love to hear your thoughts below in the comment section👇🏼👇🏼 ____________________________________________ This is the 222nd #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!vero - #regrann

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@aureotop1

#Repost @squat_university (@get_repost) ・・・ A little spin on the classic Bruce Lee quote “I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but the man who practiced 1 kick 10,000 times.” Obviously when it comes to weightlifting there are a ton of different variations that athletes use to hit different weaknesses in their main lifts (and they definitely have their value) but at the end of the day, you only compete in the classic snatch and clean & jerk lifts. The goal with the post isn’t to dismiss the importance of variation but to highlight the need to master the basics in order to produce excellence in performance.✅ . I’d love to hear your thoughts below in the comment section👇🏼👇🏼 ____________________________________________ This is the 222nd #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!

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@squat_university

A little spin on the classic Bruce Lee quote “I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but the man who practiced 1 kick 10,000 times.” Obviously when it comes to weightlifting there are a ton of different variations that athletes use to hit different weaknesses in their main lifts (and they definitely have their value) but at the end of the day, you only compete in the classic snatch and clean & jerk lifts. The goal with the post isn’t to dismiss the importance of variation but to highlight the need to master the basics in order to produce excellence in performance.✅ . I’d love to hear your thoughts below in the comment section👇🏼👇🏼 ____________________________________________ This is the 222nd #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!

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@synergi_personal_training

#Repost @squat_university • • • • • • One of my favorite warm up exercises prior to lifting is the band pull apart, but why would you want to use it?🤔 . If we look at the muscles that lie on the upper back, the mid trap and low trap as well as the rhomboids work together to set the shoulder blades in a stable retracted position. This action is what we use to create a strong and stable upper back when setting the barbell on the back for a back squat or even when getting under the bar for bench press as elite powerlifter Kelly Branton @great_white_north_juggernaut is demonstrating here.✅ . The band pull apart can help prime this action when warming up to help you groove this stable upper back. When performing, don’t just pull the band apart with your arms, but instead set your shoulder blades back and down and pinch them together as you simultaneously pull the band apart. This will also limit any unwanted shrugging that will emphasize the often overactive upper traps. Hold the end position for 5-10 seconds and start with 10 reps.📝 . As always, assess how you feel pulling yourself under the barbell after performing to see if this is a good warm up for your body.🙌🏼 . If you’d like to see a few other upper body stability drills I like to use as warm ups and as rehab with some shoulder injuries, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 . Shout out to @great_white_north_juggernaut & @lee_sang____ for being today’s athlete models & @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body🙏🏼 __________________________________________ This is the 220th #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!

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@pavelfajdiga

Yesterday's training: A) snatch [email protected] . B) snatch [email protected],5kg . C) back squat [email protected],5kg . D) BHN push press [email protected],5kg . E) snatch high pull [email protected] . F) Pull ups 4x8 . I will take one or two steps back in snatch training. As you can see on the second video (on the first is less obvious) I have some problems with rotation of my body in catch position (I rotate to the left). If I want to lift bigger weights I need to address this problem. I will focus on fixing mobility differences between my left ankle and my right ankle, difference in glute activation between left and right side and I will also correct my squat stance (I wasn't paying enough atention to my squat stance and I developed an incorrect stance - my right leg is always a litle bit infront of my left leg and so I rotate to the left side) . #mggym #vipavskadolina #vipava #squatuclub #squatuniversity #squat #crossfitslo #crossfitweightlifting #hookgrip #analysis #analyse #technique #techniquecorrection #atg #catalystathletics #hstlmade #hstl #squatstand #squatstance #stepback #rogue #eleiko #kingsboxslovenija #kingsbox #pullups #gymnastics #snatchanalysis #weightlifting #learning #trainhardandsmart at MG-GYM

@cjh_nation

Lumayan buat jarang latian😂 Menunggu hilal uang saku 5bulan😑 #weightlifting #squatuclub #backsquat #slowbutsteady #ramadhan #puasa #pray #tetappuasa at GOR Pajajaran Bandung Jawa Barat

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@codyhammernutrition

A great video by @squat_university Posted @withrepost@squat_university Should you be performing the sleeper stretch? First let’s talk about why it’s even recommended.👇🏼 . We can use this screen to assess your amount of active shoulder internal rotation. If you are unable to rotate to at least a parallel position to the floor, you then have to ask yourself: do the lifts I’m performing require more internal rotation?🤔 . The bench press does not require much internal rotation. The same goes for pulling yourself under the bar for the squat. However the Olympic lifts require a good amount of internal rotation as it will allow you to keep the barbell close to the body during the turnover phase of the snatch lift.🏋🏼‍♀️ . If you have limited internal rotation you must also ask yourself, “Is it due to pain or stiffness?”. The last thing we want to do is stretch into pain as it will only make things worse.❌ . If you want to perform the Olympic lifts AND you want to improve internal rotation we then need to find the right tool to achieve the end goal. The sleeper stretch isn’t my favorite exercise to do this as it is often performed incorrectly causing shoulder impingement. Instead the crossbody stretch is often a more efficient stretch to improve this desired mobility (lean your shoulder blade into a wall corner to block your shoulder blade and pull your arm across your body until you feel a stretch in your posterior shoulder).✅ . If you have pain with the internal rotation screen & want to see what other issues you need to work on (muscle strength imbalances for example) check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 . Shout out to @great_white_north_juggernaut for being today’s athlete model🙏🏼 ___________________________________________ This is the 191st #SquatUclub eligible post too!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!

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@dwayne_castetter_jr

#Repost @cardilloweightbelts • • • • • • Take me back Tuesday on #WWE SMACKDOWN when the STRONGEST MAN IN THE WORLD @themarkhenry lifted a car live. Great late 🙏🏻 Dr. Terry Todd introduced me to this super human. He could never stop talking about how strong @themarkhenry was. It was an honor for him to get @cardilloweightbelts for Mark and an even greater honor for him to use it in all his lifts🙏🏻 . squatclips #squatspo #squatpage #squatadvice #squatvideos #legvideos #legguide #fitnessvideos @legworkout @legvideos @legguide @legsecrets @legroutines @thesquatguide @thesquatpage #squatuclub

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@kingofthelifts

Squat University education! - Reposted from @squat_university - Jake @hartmanstrength came to me with an issue in his squat (as you can see) and some hip pain that was deep under the right glute where the hamstrings run and attach. The first thing I wanted to see during our visit was how he was moving and if we slow-mo the squat you can see he shifts away from the painful hip on the descent. He also didn’t have any significant side to side mobility differences.📝 . When I assessed his single leg squat, watch what happens to his right knee (it’s harder to control compared to the left). When I looked at his hip extension coordination with the single leg bridge screen, he could easily feel his left glute working hard but his right hamstring dominated the movement (again another imbalance).📝 . We started a hip thruster with hold, squeezing the glutes hard for 5 seconds and followed it with some touch down squats on each leg to improve coordination and stability.✅ . He then kept the hip circle from @mbslingshot on for some slow controlled bodyweight squats, focusing on a balanced descent, and then did the same with his first set of barbell squats, and as you can see, it looks much more balanced in the bottom now.🙌🏼 . A week later he was able to hit 465 with much less pain, and a few weeks after that 575 without any pain at all!🏋🏼‍♀️ . Shout out to @hartmanstrength for putting in the work to fix this problem, @mbslingshot for the hip circles used today & to @3d4medical With the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body🙏🏼 ___________________________________________ This is the 221st SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!

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@emerson_lpo_brasil

@squat_university Jake @hartmanstrength came to me with an issue in his squat (as you can see) and some hip pain that was deep under the right glute where the hamstrings run and attach. The first thing I wanted to see during our visit was how he was moving and if we slow-mo the squat you can see he shifts away from the painful hip on the descent. He also didn’t have any significant side to side mobility differences.📝 . When I assessed his single leg squat, watch what happens to his right knee (it’s harder to control compared to the left). When I looked at his hip extension coordination with the single leg bridge screen, he could easily feel his left glute working hard but his right hamstring dominated the movement (again another imbalance).📝 . We started a hip thruster with hold, squeezing the glutes hard for 5 seconds and followed it with some touch down squats on each leg to improve coordination and stability.✅ . He then kept the hip circle from @mbslingshot on for some slow controlled bodyweight squats, focusing on a balanced descent, and then did the same with his first set of barbell squats, and as you can see, it looks much more balanced in the bottom now.🙌🏼 . A week later he was able to hit 465 with much less pain, and a few weeks after that 575 without any pain at all!🏋🏼‍♀️ . Shout out to @hartmanstrength for putting in the work to fix this problem, @mbslingshot for the hip circles used today & to @3d4medical With the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body🙏🏼 This is the 221st  #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag  #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day! @emerson_lpo_brasil #emerrson_lpo_brasil

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@frl_vuz

Zum Thema Konzentration & Wille: ... Nachdem die 110 deutlich schwerer waren, als sie es sollten, war das Training auch irgendwie gelaufen! Mehr habe ich dazu auch nicht zu sagen☝ #deadlift #fuckoff #tuesdaytraining #powerlifting #roadtokellerloch statt #roadtoaachen 😅 #kraftdreikampf #girlswholift #motivation #sport #instalift #kreuzheben #squatuclub

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@squat_university

Jake @hartmanstrength came to me with an issue in his squat (as you can see) and some hip pain that was deep under the right glute where the hamstrings run and attach. The first thing I wanted to see during our visit was how he was moving and if we slow-mo the squat you can see he shifts away from the painful hip on the descent. He also didn’t have any significant side to side mobility differences.📝 . When I assessed his single leg squat, watch what happens to his right knee (it’s harder to control compared to the left). When I looked at his hip extension coordination with the single leg bridge screen, he could easily feel his left glute working hard but his right hamstring dominated the movement (again another imbalance).📝 . We started a hip thruster with hold, squeezing the glutes hard for 5 seconds and followed it with some touch down squats on each leg to improve coordination and stability.✅ . He then kept the hip circle from @mbslingshot on for some slow controlled bodyweight squats, focusing on a balanced descent, and then did the same with his first set of barbell squats, and as you can see, it looks much more balanced in the bottom now.🙌🏼 . A week later he was able to hit 465 with much less pain, and a few weeks after that 575 without any pain at all!🏋🏼‍♀️ . Shout out to @hartmanstrength for putting in the work to fix this problem, @mbslingshot for the hip circles used today & to @3d4medical With the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body🙏🏼 ___________________________________________ This is the 221st #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!

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@bnbarbellclub

Thanks @squat_university The way you breath matters! Here is a great #techniquetuesday tip 💪🏻 How should you breathe during high rep sets of squats? Watch how Isabella takes a huge breath, holds it and braces her core in between each rep of this 10 rep set.💪🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . When you take a huge breath “into your stomach”, all of the air stays in your lungs, but your diaphragm (a thin piece of tissue that lies just beneath) contracts. This increases intra-abdominal cavity volume. When you then brace your core as if your about to get punched in the stomach, all of the muscles that surround your stomach contract and create a ton of pressure and stability (called IAP or intra-abdominal cavity pressure).📝 . This rise in tension and pressure around the core allows you to lift huge weights while maintaining great looking technique. It also increases the amount of power you can generate rep after rep – making proper breathing not only important for your safety but also your performance.✅✅ . Shout out to Isabella von Weissenberg (@ivweissenberg) for being today's athlete model and to @3d4medical with their app Complete Anatomy for the visaul of the body.🙏🏼 . If you'd like to read more about proper breathing mechanics for the squat (or any other barbell lift) check out the YouTube video linked in my bio!📲 ______________________________________ This is the 208th #SquatUclub eligible post too!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc).

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@jndquejada

#Repost @squat_university (@get_repost) ・・・ One of my favorite warm up exercises prior to lifting is the band pull apart, but why would you want to use it?🤔 . If we look at the muscles that lie on the upper back, the mid trap and low trap as well as the rhomboids work together to set the shoulder blades in a stable retracted position. This action is what we use to create a strong and stable upper back when setting the barbell on the back for a back squat or even when getting under the bar for bench press as elite powerlifter Kelly Branton @great_white_north_juggernaut is demonstrating here.✅ . The band pull apart can help prime this action when warming up to help you groove this stable upper back. When performing, don’t just pull the band apart with your arms, but instead set your shoulder blades back and down and pinch them together as you simultaneously pull the band apart. This will also limit any unwanted shrugging that will emphasize the often overactive upper traps. Hold the end position for 5-10 seconds and start with 10 reps.📝 . As always, assess how you feel pulling yourself under the barbell after performing to see if this is a good warm up for your body.🙌🏼 . If you’d like to see a few other upper body stability drills I like to use as warm ups and as rehab with some shoulder injuries, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 . Shout out to @great_white_north_juggernaut & @lee_sang____ for being today’s athlete models & @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body🙏🏼 __________________________________________ This is the 220th #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!

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@sho.me.app

Posted @withrepost@squat_university One of my favorite warm up exercises prior to lifting is the band pull apart, but why would you want to use it?🤔 . If we look at the muscles that lie on the upper back, the mid trap and low trap as well as the rhomboids work together to set the shoulder blades in a stable retracted position. This action is what we use to create a strong and stable upper back when setting the barbell on the back for a back squat or even when getting under the bar for bench press as elite powerlifter Kelly Branton @great_white_north_juggernaut is demonstrating here.✅ . The band pull apart can help prime this action when warming up to help you groove this stable upper back. When performing, don’t just pull the band apart with your arms, but instead set your shoulder blades back and down and pinch them together as you simultaneously pull the band apart. This will also limit any unwanted shrugging that will emphasize the often overactive upper traps. Hold the end position for 5-10 seconds and start with 10 reps.📝 . As always, assess how you feel pulling yourself under the barbell after performing to see if this is a good warm up for your body.🙌🏼 . If you’d like to see a few other upper body stability drills I like to use as warm ups and as rehab with some shoulder injuries, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 . Shout out to @great_white_north_juggernaut & @lee_sang____ for being today’s athlete models & @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body🙏🏼 __________________________________________ This is the 220th #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day! #onerepmax #crossfitters #weightlifters #olympiclifter #hookgrip #cfgymnastics #coaching #physiotherapy #shome #videodelay #trainingtip #fitness #strengthtraining #snatches

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@illmatic_power

Fuck yes!!! This is my best squat to date in sleeves!! 500lbx4 (55lb Bar) supposed to be RPE 10 for 4 but moved at a 9.5.....this low key pissed me off because that meant I could have done 5 plates (505lb) Man can't wait to see where I'm at Weight currently sitting at 195lb #CHADBOT #illmatic_power #itsneverenough #gabesfitness #movingweight #neverstoptheprogress #demandgreatness #power #powerlifting #powerlift #powerlifter #bodybuilding #weightlifting #SBD #Stoic #eleiko #USPA #USPAPower #ATG #asstograss #squatuclub #RepPR #legday #Squats #passion #greatness #volumework #platformready #progression at Gabe's Fitness

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@kat.weightlifting

#Repost @squat_university (@get_repost) ・・・ One of my favorite warm up exercises prior to lifting is the band pull apart, but why would you want to use it?🤔 . If we look at the muscles that lie on the upper back, the mid trap and low trap as well as the rhomboids work together to set the shoulder blades in a stable retracted position. This action is what we use to create a strong and stable upper back when setting the barbell on the back for a back squat or even when getting under the bar for bench press as elite powerlifter Kelly Branton @great_white_north_juggernaut is demonstrating here.✅ . The band pull apart can help prime this action when warming up to help you groove this stable upper back. When performing, don’t just pull the band apart with your arms, but instead set your shoulder blades back and down and pinch them together as you simultaneously pull the band apart. This will also limit any unwanted shrugging that will emphasize the often overactive upper traps. Hold the end position for 5-10 seconds and start with 10 reps.📝 . As always, assess how you feel pulling yourself under the barbell after performing to see if this is a good warm up for your body.🙌🏼 . If you’d like to see a few other upper body stability drills I like to use as warm ups and as rehab with some shoulder injuries, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 . Shout out to @great_white_north_juggernaut & @lee_sang____ for being today’s athlete models & @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body🙏🏼 __________________________________________ This is the 220th #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!

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@armour.wayne

🤓 Awesome read and such a great warm-up exercise for nearly every activity, not just in the gym. . #Repost @squat_university with @get_repost ・・・ One of my favorite warm up exercises prior to lifting is the band pull apart, but why would you want to use it?🤔 . If we look at the muscles that lie on the upper back, the mid trap and low trap as well as the rhomboids work together to set the shoulder blades in a stable retracted position. This action is what we use to create a strong and stable upper back when setting the barbell on the back for a back squat or even when getting under the bar for bench press as elite powerlifter Kelly Branton @great_white_north_juggernaut is demonstrating here.✅ . The band pull apart can help prime this action when warming up to help you groove this stable upper back. When performing, don’t just pull the band apart with your arms, but instead set your shoulder blades back and down and pinch them together as you simultaneously pull the band apart. This will also limit any unwanted shrugging that will emphasize the often overactive upper traps. Hold the end position for 5-10 seconds and start with 10 reps.📝 . As always, assess how you feel pulling yourself under the barbell after performing to see if this is a good warm up for your body.🙌🏼 . If you’d like to see a few other upper body stability drills I like to use as warm ups and as rehab with some shoulder injuries, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 . Shout out to @great_white_north_juggernaut & @lee_sang____ for being today’s athlete models & @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body🙏🏼 __________________________________________ This is the 220th #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day! . Added hashtags for everyone 😊🤣😜🤦‍♂️ #posturecorrection #nzbmabodymechanic #autogramtags #stretching #warmup #movement #gay #happy #flexibility #nzbma #christchurch at NZBMA

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@squat_university

One of my favorite warm up exercises prior to lifting is the band pull apart, but why would you want to use it?🤔 . If we look at the muscles that lie on the upper back, the mid trap and low trap as well as the rhomboids work together to set the shoulder blades in a stable retracted position. This action is what we use to create a strong and stable upper back when setting the barbell on the back for a back squat or even when getting under the bar for bench press as elite powerlifter Kelly Branton @great_white_north_juggernaut is demonstrating here.✅ . The band pull apart can help prime this action when warming up to help you groove this stable upper back. When performing, don’t just pull the band apart with your arms, but instead set your shoulder blades back and down and pinch them together as you simultaneously pull the band apart. This will also limit any unwanted shrugging that will emphasize the often overactive upper traps. Hold the end position for 5-10 seconds and start with 10 reps.📝 . As always, assess how you feel pulling yourself under the barbell after performing to see if this is a good warm up for your body.🙌🏼 . If you’d like to see a few other upper body stability drills I like to use as warm ups and as rehab with some shoulder injuries, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 . Shout out to @great_white_north_juggernaut & @lee_sang____ for being today’s athlete models & @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body🙏🏼 __________________________________________ This is the 220th #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!

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@thegarageprogram

Posted @withrepost@squat_university If you’re dealing with back pain, have you been told it’s due to tight hamstrings and you need to stretch them to fix the back pain? What if I told you this is only addressing a symptom and not the cause of your injury?🤔 . When we measure hamstring flexibility, most people should tolerate a stretch to around 80 degrees. However if someone is much less than this, say around 50 degrees – most are told they have short or stiff hamstrings that need to be stretched. Those with low back pain often have limited hamstring flexibility with this test, but here’s the deal, it’s not for the same reason.🤯 . The hamstrings naturally become stiff and tight in the presence of back pain as a neurological compensation. Basically, you’ll appear to have poor flexibility even if you usually don’t.📝 . This means stretching the hamstrings of someone with back pain is the wrong way to go about fixing the injury. You instead need to address WHY the injury occurred by first tackling your specific reason for developing the injury and the triggers that current set off pain. As core stability improves with exercises like the McGill big 3 (a barrage of exercises developed by Dr. Stuart McGill to improve core stability and endurance). and your pain winds down, your hamstrings will often return to their pre-injury flexibility without ever stretching them.🙌🏼 . To learn more about the science and research behind today's post, check out the blog post linked in my bio📲 . Shout out to @toshikis170j210 for being today’s athlete model, @3d4medical for the visual of the body with the Complete Anatomy app & @hannahlfender for helping with my hamstring stretch demo🙏🏼 __________________________________________ This is the 215th #SquatUclub eligible post too!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!

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@bfitsd

This is basically The Valsava Technique which is Key to lifting anything heavy, especially helpful with a properly fitted weightlifting belt like one from BestBelts.net (lever belts FTW). ~Ed’s $0.02 # #repost@squat_university How should you breathe during high rep sets of squats? Watch how Isabella takes a huge breath, holds it and braces her core in between each rep of this 10 rep set.💪🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . When you take a huge breath “into your stomach”, all of the air stays in your lungs, but your diaphragm (a thin piece of tissue that lies just beneath) contracts. This increases intra-abdominal cavity volume. When you then brace your core as if your about to get punched in the stomach, all of the muscles that surround your stomach contract and create a ton of pressure and stability (called IAP or intra-abdominal cavity pressure).📝 . This rise in tension and pressure around the core allows you to lift huge weights while maintaining great looking technique. It also increases the amount of power you can generate rep after rep – making proper breathing not only important for your safety but also your performance.✅✅ . Shout out to Isabella von Weissenberg (@ivweissenberg) for being today's athlete model and to @3d4medical with their app Complete Anatomy for the visaul of the body.🙏🏼 . If you'd like to read more about proper breathing mechanics for the squat (or any other barbell lift) check out the YouTube video linked in my bio!📲 ______________________________________ This is the 208th #SquatUclub eligible post too!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day! at Pacific Beach Boardwalk

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@elliottmacfit

#Repost @squat_university • • • • • • Who else has ever been frustrated with plateaus & stalling progress in the gym? I once went 3 YEARS before I finally added 1 kg (2.2 lbs) onto my clean & jerk PR in competition. If this is something you’ve experienced , I’m here to tell you you’re not alone. Every single athlete, even world champions, have had bad days, months or even years in the gym. We ALL go through this frustration at some time in our career.🥊 . There is a time for heavy lifting, a time for going light. There is a time for pushing for new PRs and a time for recovery. You can’t lift heavy everyday & try to force progress, it’s not sustainable.❌ . When you analyze the training programs of elite lifters, it’s never heavy day upon heavy day. It’s a mixture and fluctuation of different intensities and volume. It’s 3 steps forward and 1 step back. And when the right program, meets the right recovery & hard work is mixed with an unyielding desire to master the basics of technique - good things will happen & you will eventually find progress. This process doesn’t happen over night & there will be bumps in the road. Stay patient. . Tag a friend that is frustrated with their progress in the gym who needs this reminder👇🏼 ___________________________________________ This is the 216th #SquatUclub eligible post too!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!

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@dwayne_castetter_jr

#Repost @cardilloweightbelts • • • • • • A quick 30 minute back workout using al different versions of exercises. Using @fatgripz to make it that much harder. . squatclips #squatspo #squatpage #squatadvice #squatvideos #legvideos #legguide #fitnessvideos @legworkout @legvideos @legguide @legsecrets @legroutines @buttworkoutvids @thesquatguide @thesquatpage #squatuclub

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@cardilloweightbelts

A quick 30 minute back workout using al different versions of exercises. Using @fatgripz to make it that much harder. . squatclips #squatspo #squatpage #squatadvice #squatvideos #legvideos #legguide #fitnessvideos @legworkout @legvideos @legguide @legsecrets @legroutines @buttworkoutvids @thesquatguide @thesquatpage #squatuclub

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@kodacrossfit

Monday, May 13, 2019 A) 5x5 Back Squat (70,75,80,80,80%) B1) 5x5 Strict Press (70,75,80,80,80%) B2) 5x5/5 Split Stance Banded Good Mornings C)TEAM CHIPPER (conga style) 30/20 Cal AB 15 Thrusters (115/75) 25 T2B #Repost @squat_university ・・・ How should you breathe during high rep sets of squats? Watch how Isabella takes a huge breath, holds it and braces her core in between each rep of this 10 rep set.💪🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . When you take a huge breath “into your stomach”, all of the air stays in your lungs, but your diaphragm (a thin piece of tissue that lies just beneath) contracts. This increases intra-abdominal cavity volume. When you then brace your core as if your about to get punched in the stomach, all of the muscles that surround your stomach contract and create a ton of pressure and stability (called IAP or intra-abdominal cavity pressure).📝 . This rise in tension and pressure around the core allows you to lift huge weights while maintaining great looking technique. It also increases the amount of power you can generate rep after rep – making proper breathing not only important for your safety but also your performance.✅✅ . Shout out to Isabella von Weissenberg (@ivweissenberg) for being today's athlete model and to @3d4medical with their app Complete Anatomy for the visaul of the body.🙏🏼 . If you'd like to read more about proper breathing mechanics for the squat (or any other barbell lift) check out the YouTube video linked in my bio!📲 ______________________________________ This is the 208th #SquatUclub eligible post too!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day! at Koda CrossFit

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@emerson_lpo_brasil

@squat_university 🏋️⚡🎖️🏆 Do you currently have or in the past had shoulder pain when lifting…have you been told to use this exercise called the “empty can” to strengthen your rotator cuff? This is actually a very poor exercise to perform for that purpose, here’s why.❌👇🏼 . Both the “empty can” and “full can” exercises are designed to target the rotator cuff muscles. The rotator cuff is a group of 4 small muscles that lie close to the joint and provide stability for the shoulder as it moves. The joint is then covered by the larger deltoid muscles.👍🏼 . The downside to the “empty can” exercise is that it recruits the deltoid muscle to a greater degree which pulls the humerus upwards and increases chances of impingement. This is why this exercise often brings out pain in those who are currently dealing with a shoulder injury.❌🥊 . I recommend instead using the “full can” exercise and even holding one arm still while the other performs the movement and vice versa. This variation is a much more efficient way to address strengthening the rotator cuff without risk of continuing your injury.✅ . If you’d like to learn more of my favorite ways to strength and stabilize the shoulder, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 . Shout out to Jordan Weichers (@jordanweichers) for being today's athlete model and @3d4medical with their app Complete Anatomy for the visual of the body.  This is the 219th  #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag  #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day! @emerson_lpo_brasil #emerson_lpo_brasil

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@squat_university

Do you currently have or in the past had shoulder pain when lifting…have you been told to use this exercise called the “empty can” to strengthen your rotator cuff? This is actually a very poor exercise to perform for that purpose, here’s why.❌👇🏼 . Both the “empty can” and “full can” exercises are designed to target the rotator cuff muscles. The rotator cuff is a group of 4 small muscles that lie close to the joint and provide stability for the shoulder as it moves. The joint is then covered by the larger deltoid muscles.👍🏼 . The downside to the “empty can” exercise is that it recruits the deltoid muscle to a greater degree which pulls the humerus upwards and increases chances of impingement. This is why this exercise often brings out pain in those who are currently dealing with a shoulder injury.❌🥊 . I recommend instead using the “full can” exercise and even holding one arm still while the other performs the movement and vice versa. This variation is a much more efficient way to address strengthening the rotator cuff without risk of continuing your injury.✅ . If you’d like to learn more of my favorite ways to strength and stabilize the shoulder, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 . Shout out to Jordan Weichers (@jordanweichers) for being today's athlete model and @3d4medical with their app Complete Anatomy for the visual of the body. ___________________________________ This is the 219th #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!

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@zubaro

Cached up with my missing squats from yesterday 🦍 Basically I did all my accessory work yesterday, and today I build up to my top set of 230 kg. Only did 3 reps and no back off sets... I chose to do it this was because my back was a bit off yesterday and just wanted to hit my goal weight without fatiguing too much. #norce #norceperformance #Powerlifting #Lifting #Strong #CrossFit #Fitness #Weightlifting #Bodybuilding #Motivation #StrengthIsNeverAWeakness #PowerBuilding #JackedAndTan #Skwaat #Skwaats #Squat #SquatEveryDay #PReveryDay #RehBand #SBD #Reebok #Instafit #FitFamDK #FitFam #Gym #GymMotivation #squatuclub at Norce Performance

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@cardilloweightbelts

Who loves training high volume legs? Tag a leg lover that would like to sit in this chair. . I can imagine the only thing worse than this chair is the electric chair👊🏻 . 53 reps to drain the set of death 🔥🔥 . #StrapUp #bodybuilding #cardilloworkout #lifting #training #workout #exercise #weighttraining #weightlifting #fitover50 #igers #gymmotivation #fitnessmotivation #motivation #nevergiveup #powerlifting #squatuclub #strongman #crossfit #viral #lakelife #bodybuildingmotivation #videooftheday . All belts accessories and apparel are available at my Showroom Museum @anc_boston . Thank you @fitnessbrokersusa for getting @alphaelitesys the parts to build this beast of a machine. @reeboknanoclub #squatuclub

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@trainingandfisio

¿Quiere mejorar tu snatch o clean pero no haces movilidad? Es una parte muy importante de tu entrenamiento también. Sin movilidad no hay squat snatch pesado, así que a mover ese cuerpecito como se debe y con disciplina 🤸🏻‍♀️🏋🏻‍♀️ #squatuclub #mobility #snatch #cleanandjerk #crossfit #physicaltherapy #fisioterapia #colombia #venezuela at Magma CrossFit

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