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#Repost @squat_university • • • Do you currently have back pain that makes even getting into a deep body weight squat unbearable? Start off with this quick test I learned from Dr. Stuart McGill.✅ - Sit on a chair in a good postured position. Grab the underside of the bench and pull upwards to compress your spine. Then perform the same test again but this time with a rounded back. If the pulling in a rounded position creates symptoms in your low back its showing one of your pain triggers is compression of your spine in a rounded or flexed position (called flexion intolerance).📝 - As you squat, your trunk angles forward creating a rounding torque at your low back. A properly coordinated and braced spine keeps this rounding from happening…but a someone with flexion intolerance is unable to stabilize against this force, leading to pain.❌ - One of the first steps in recovering from this injury is learning how to perform a proper hip hinge to move about your hips and NOT from your low back. Start in a standing position (with your hands straight in front of you) with a resistance band loop across your knees. Drive your knees out to the side to engage your lateral glutes before pushing your hips backwards and bringing your chest forward (no motion should occur at your back). Perform the smallest mini squat and hold this position for a 10-20 seconds.✅ - If you were unable to perform this motion without pain in your back, push with your hands into your thigh and slide them down as you perform the hinge. This is something Dr. McGill refers to as the “shortstop squat” and can be very helpful in the early stage of an injury when its painful to bend over at all.🏋🏼‍♀️✅ - To learn more about screening your back pain to find out why it’s there and the first steps to fix it, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 - Shout out to @3d4medical for the visual of the body today🙏🏼 _____________________________________ This is the 44th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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 h

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@billybadass2nineteen

#Repost @squat_university with @get_repost ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@javafitnesseht

Your feet are your foundation. See below - great work to do for stability. #Repost @squat_university with @get_repost ・・・ If you struggle with foot stability, here’s an exercise that can be helpful. Place a small resistance band over your ankle pulling across your body. Assume a single leg stance, jam your big toe down and grab the ground with your entire foot. If you can, make an arch in your foot and don’t let it falter as you tip your body over into the final position before balancing for a few seconds. If you can’t make an arch, just think about keeping your bodyweight evenly spread across all three points of the tripod foot to maintain balance.✅ . The goal is to ensure your foot maintains stability and doesn’t collapse over under the pull of the band. This is a form of RNT or reactive neuromuscular training where we cue the body to create stability by pulling it into a bad position (basically “feeding the problem”) and requiring it to react or the body falls over.✅ . One of the most common problems during the squat is to see unstable feet, as shown here, where the foot collapses over at the bottom of the lift.❌ . Performing exercises like this, and progressing to movements like the single leg RDL without shoes on can often be helpful at building your awareness of foot position and therefore the ability to maintain it in a more stabile position during your lifting.🏋🏼‍♀️ . To learn more about improving foot stability, check out the YouTube video linked in my bio📲 . Shout out to @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body & @chief_2_keith for contributing his lifting video🙏🏼 ____________________________________________ This is the 58th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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! at Java Fitness at Atilis Gym of EHT

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@lily_lifts_10

#RepostPlus @squat_university - - - - - - Let’s address one of the most common myths in weight training…is it safe for a child to lift?🤔 . One of the strongest held beliefs is that lifting weights will lead to a growth plate injury. This is a vulnerable area of bone that can be 2-5 times weaker than surrounding tissues. A fracture in this area is a serious injury…however barbell training has NOT been shown to increase risk of growth plate injuries when proper supervision and technique instruction are provided.✅ . This means children as young as 6 and 7 can start lifting without fear of sustaining a growth plate fracture and stunting their growth as long as technique is stressed, and proper weights are prescribed and good coaching is used.✅ . It is even safe for young athletes to find their 1 repetition maximum (1RM) without fear of injury (again provided proper technique and supervision). The force an athlete sustains when performing a maximal strength test (such as a 1 RM squat) is actually less than what they would be exposed to on a daily basis in most other sports.⛹🏼‍♀️🤾🏼‍♂️⛷ . So, just as with any age…lifting weights isn’t bad for you unless you’re doing it with bad technique and with improper weights.🏋🏼‍♀️❌ . Shout out to the following youth athletes featured today and their coaches: @ibanez1886, @coachibanez, @dannelunk, @indralifts, @anna_wtcoach. Also thank you @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body!🙏🏼 . To learn more about debunking the myths of youth weight training & it’s benefits, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 _____________________________________ This is the 30th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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

Good morning Squats 185kg X 13 reps @chiragsharma92 My gym buddy from day 1 when I use to squat 180kg for one rep and now when I am squating 185kg for more than 10 reps . You all ways need a friend/mentor, who can push you through your limits

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@vegan_yoddha_pt

#Repost @squat_university (@get_repost) ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@crossfit168_kingsgrove

Felt this was necessary to repost, again, as the question keeps coming up #Repost @squat_university with @get_repost ・・・ Let’s get one thing straight. Children CAN lift weights safely without fear of broken bones or stunted growth🥊 . When you look at the research, there is actually a very LOW risk of injury to children who participate in weight training & the sport of weightlifting or powerlifting. This is often attributed to good coaching and qualified supervision. It may surprise you that the injury rates for young athletes participating in the sports of weightlifting and powerlifting are considerably lower than those of rugby, soccer and football!📝 . One research study followed a group of competitive weightlifters (11-14 years old) over an entire year of training and competing. After a full year, there was not a single injury found that limited training or required professional medical attention. It was even safe for young athletes to find their 1 repetition maximum (1RM) without fear of injury (provided proper technique and supervision). The force an athlete sustains when performing a maximal strength test (such as a 1 RM squat) is actually less than what they would be exposed to on a daily basis in most other sports. Youth weight training also does NOT automatically cause growth plate fractures or stunt growth!🥊 . In fact, lifting weights at a young age may even help reduce injury occurrence in other sports! Youth athletes who lift weights are less likely to sustain an injury in their chosen sport!📝 . As long as an athlete is mature enough to accept coaching, adequately supervised, and prescribed correct weights and technique by their coach they can start lifting without fear of injury🙌🏼 . To read more into youth weight training & see the backed research, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 _____________________________________ This is the 22nd #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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 CrossFit 168 - Kingsgrove

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@classactperformance_fitness

#Repost @squat_university ・・・ If you struggle with foot stability, here’s an exercise that can be helpful. Place a small resistance band over your ankle pulling across your body. Assume a single leg stance, jam your big toe down and grab the ground with your entire foot. If you can, make an arch in your foot and don’t let it falter as you tip your body over into the final position before balancing for a few seconds. If you can’t make an arch, just think about keeping your bodyweight evenly spread across all three points of the tripod foot to maintain balance.✅ . The goal is to ensure your foot maintains stability and doesn’t collapse over under the pull of the band. This is a form of RNT or reactive neuromuscular training where we cue the body to create stability by pulling it into a bad position (basically “feeding the problem”) and requiring it to react or the body falls over.✅ . One of the most common problems during the squat is to see unstable feet, as shown here, where the foot collapses over at the bottom of the lift.❌ . Performing exercises like this, and progressing to movements like the single leg RDL without shoes on can often be helpful at building your awareness of foot position and therefore the ability to maintain it in a more stabile position during your lifting.🏋🏼‍♀️ . To learn more about improving foot stability, check out the YouTube video linked in my bio📲 . Shout out to @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body & @chief_2_keith for contributing his lifting video🙏🏼 ____________________________________________ This is the 58th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@beastmode_128

#Repost @squat_university with @make_repost ・・・ If you struggle with foot stability, here’s an exercise that can be helpful. Place a small resistance band over your ankle pulling across your body. Assume a single leg stance, jam your big toe down and grab the ground with your entire foot. If you can, make an arch in your foot and don’t let it falter as you tip your body over into the final position before balancing for a few seconds. If you can’t make an arch, just think about keeping your bodyweight evenly spread across all three points of the tripod foot to maintain balance.✅ . The goal is to ensure your foot maintains stability and doesn’t collapse over under the pull of the band. This is a form of RNT or reactive neuromuscular training where we cue the body to create stability by pulling it into a bad position (basically “feeding the problem”) and requiring it to react or the body falls over.✅ . One of the most common problems during the squat is to see unstable feet, as shown here, where the foot collapses over at the bottom of the lift.❌ . Performing exercises like this, and progressing to movements like the single leg RDL without shoes on can often be helpful at building your awareness of foot position and therefore the ability to maintain it in a more stabile position during your lifting.🏋🏼‍♀️ . To learn more about improving foot stability, check out the YouTube video linked in my bio📲 . Shout out to @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body & @chief_2_keith for contributing his lifting video🙏🏼 ____________________________________________ This is the 58th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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! #nasmcertified #nasm #nasmcpt #fitnessmotivation #fitness #bodybuilding #injuryrecovery #footinjury #rehab

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@squat_university

If you struggle with foot stability, here’s an exercise that can be helpful. Place a small resistance band over your ankle pulling across your body. Assume a single leg stance, jam your big toe down and grab the ground with your entire foot. If you can, make an arch in your foot and don’t let it falter as you tip your body over into the final position before balancing for a few seconds. If you can’t make an arch, just think about keeping your bodyweight evenly spread across all three points of the tripod foot to maintain balance.✅ . The goal is to ensure your foot maintains stability and doesn’t collapse over under the pull of the band. This is a form of RNT or reactive neuromuscular training where we cue the body to create stability by pulling it into a bad position (basically “feeding the problem”) and requiring it to react or the body falls over.✅ . One of the most common problems during the squat is to see unstable feet, as shown here, where the foot collapses over at the bottom of the lift.❌ . Performing exercises like this, and progressing to movements like the single leg RDL without shoes on can often be helpful at building your awareness of foot position and therefore the ability to maintain it in a more stabile position during your lifting.🏋🏼‍♀️ . To learn more about improving foot stability, check out the YouTube video linked in my bio📲 . Shout out to @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body & @chief_2_keith for contributing his lifting video🙏🏼 ____________________________________________ This is the 58th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@xfit_snickers

This couldn't be more true. I know I was a victim of my own ego for a bit. Still am from time to time, but I know I will prolong my fitness and health by fixing my technique and weaknesses and lowering the weight to focus on technique. . #Repost @squat_university (@get_repost) ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@espacodanielasammut

Regredir (quando necessário) para progredir(com qualidade)... Sempre!!! Aqui no @espacodanielasammut é assim, alimentamos a saúde e não o ego!!! 😉 #Repost @squat_university with @get_repost ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@westfitcertifiedtrainer

#Repost @squat_university with @make_repost ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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! at Monster Gym

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@commandofitbristol

Posted @withrepost@squat_university Proper training is a mixture of loading and de-loading, hard work and recover. They work together. The training breaks down the body, which responds to the loading and adapts the body accordingly.✅ - However, it can be easy to get over consumed with either side of the spectrum. Some athletes love to ONLY train hard. They push their body to the limit day in and day out. While this may bring out amazing returns in the short term, eventually it will catch up to you. Everyone is human and you can only push your body "pedal to the metal" for so long before injury occurs.❌🥊 - On the other hand, if you only perform corrective exercise and under-train your body...you'll never see any significant progress and miss out on your potential.🏋🏼‍♀️❌ - Whats some practical take away from this post: Some can lift heavy for 4 weeks before needing a de-load week, others can go longer, but using a fluctuating manner of programming with volume and intensity will help your body adapt and stay strong in the long run. You will not "loose all your gains" by taking a de-load lighter week every once and a while. Listen to your body. Know the difference between real pain, and muscle fatigue from a heavy workout.✅✅ _____________________________________ This is the 43rd #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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

Dumbell bench press 90lbs X 15 reps at FYTNATION

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@coachpabon

OK, Now .... I'm not gonna call any of you out, but a few of my former athletes, & students are GUILTY .... I've been watching your IG posts & stories. We've had these conversations before --- Some of you are NOT even "squatting" #Parallel -- let's not even speak of Full #RangeOfMotion ... You're doing it to throw bigger numbers on the bar, & it will eventually lead to #Injury ... Put your #Ego in check, take some weight OFF the bar, & #Squat PROPERLY !! ▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪ #Repost @squat_university ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@alechok_oliver

#Repost @squat_university • • • • • When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@wambui.m_

Men, Men, Men.... I NEED TO PRINT THIS FOR 98% of GYMS IN KENYA ... The Kenyan Men are out here deadlifting heavy yet they be looking like they about to take a long 💩💩💩 . 😂🤣😅 Guys there is No shame in fixing your form. If someone tells you your form is off theres something to fix Record yourself and FIX IT. #Repost @squat_university ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@b_free_cf

#Repost @squat_university (@get_repost) ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@lucyleader83

자존심 내려놓구 그 담에 차근차근.. @Regran_ed from @squat_university - When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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! - #regrann

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@filipebitencourt3

Um bom texto pra qm manja dos inglês! Sempre vale a pena priorizar a técnica em detrimento da carga. #Repost @squat_university (@get_repost) ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@lyndseyrock

One of the (many) reasons I’ve been scaling workouts. Time to break it down and get my form right in lots of places. #youarenotdone #cfl1 #weareredh #Repost @squat_university with @get_repost ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@ghweightlifting

When the bar is moving well in your muscle work you know th past few months is paying off. 5kg pb on both muscle snatch and muscle clean 85kg and 110kg. Even if the 85kg muscle snatch was a bit ugly. 115kg muscle clean isn't to far away either. @striveweightlifting @weightliftingact @realfittgym @virusaustralia @compex.anz @aussportsfoundation @crossfitsfs #virus #compex #snatch #cleanandjerk #weightlifting #backsquat #squats #squatUclub #muscleup #babygiraffecanmove #roadto300total #earntnotgiven #grind #whyilift #awfcomau #australianweightlifting #asf #olympicweightlifting #crossfit #poweredbytruecoach #swoleandflexy at Strive Weightlifting Canberra

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@beastmode_128

#Repost @squat_university with @make_repost ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@augimatic

#truth #Repost @squat_university with @get_repost ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@lolasoulfinger

@Regran_ed from @squat_university - When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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! - #regrann at New York, New York

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@made2movellc

#made2move #justmove #strengthtraining #Repost @squat_university with @get_repost ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@crossfitcraft

Sometimes you need to take a step back to take two forward...great post #Repost @squat_university with @get_repost ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@gibbsstation

You can't build a house without a solid foundation 👌🏻💪🏻 #Repost @squat_university • • • • • When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@skofit

I see so much of this. #Repost @squat_university with @get_repost ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@danielavazpersonal

@Regran_ed from @squat_university - Today I want to debunk a common myth. You cannot selectively strengthen or target your VMO🤯 . Now the VMO is a part of your vastus medialis muscle that runs on the inner part of your thigh. The bottom portion of this muscle has fibers that run at an angle and create a “tear drop” shape for many with developed legs📝 . However, when the VMO contracts – the entire quad contracts together in order to create power and maintain a balanced pull on the knee cap or patella✅ . This means front squats with a near straight forward foot, don’t work your VMO’s to a greater degree than toed out squats. You also can’t selectively strengthen this portion of the quad with wall sits, straight leg raises with a forward or angled foot or even ball squeezes that hit the groin muscles of your inner thigh❌ . Now, this part of the thigh can be shut down selectively if there is significant swelling in the knee joint due to injury (which means the VMO will stop working well compared to the other quad muscles). The fix however doesn’t come through isolation exercises like many think but instead through those that strengthen the quad as a whole unit like squats, single leg squats or even simple exercises like straight leg raises if needed✅ . To learn more about fixing injuries associated with a poorly functioning VMO (and see all the cited research that backs up this claim) check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 _____________________________________ This is the 55th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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! - #regrann

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@crossfithiloiron

Very difficult pill for a lot of people to swallow. #crossfit #crossfithiloiron #fitness #functionaltraining #Repost @squat_university with @get_repost ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not lose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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! at Crossfit Hilo Iron

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@lydiajane1973

#Repost @squat_university ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@ximxburrowsx

Probably the best I’ve seen lately even I’ve drop the weight while I’ve been on a cut so I don’t burn out or mostly important I don’t get injured 🤕 #Repost @squat_university with @download_repost ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@fitpharaoh0326

#Repost @squat_university ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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! at Game Ready Usa

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@jen_memes.gym.food.life

So true! I got a nice wake-up call two weekends ago... time to fix my form. @Regran_ed from @squat_university - When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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! - #regrann

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@west_oahu_barbell

Great read/watch. * All about that quick turn over! * Repost @squat_university ・・・ Today I want to talk about how to perform the muscle snatch as demonstrated by Max Lang @max_lang_weightlifting.🏋🏼‍♀️ . During the execution of the classic snatch lift, as the elbows eventually reach their highest position most lifters are taught to get their elbows around while simultaneously getting under the bar and extending their arms into the final locked out receiving position.✅ . The set up for the muscle snatch will be the exact same as your classic snatch lift. The pull to the knees and to full extension again should mimic the full lift, however with the muscle snatch the bar is moved with the arms alone into the extended position.💪🏼 . Start by first using the light weight like a barbell. As the bar passes the shoulders, the elbows should remain in place as the bar is pulled into the receiving position.🏋🏼‍♀️ . Some lifters like Max will use heavier weights for the muscle snatch to enhance their pull, speed of elbow turnaround and control on the barbell to keep it close to the body. The “press” portion of a heavy muscle snatch variation essentially mimics how the body would stay connected had the lifter attempted to drop under the weight with the goal of getting the elbows around quickly before extending.✅ . Take away: not all coaches agree on the variation or teaching points of the muscle snatch. When the weight is light it is recommended that most perform the movement by keeping the elbows high and not dropping them excessively during the turnover phase. However if your goal is to use heavier weight, the pull and press method can be a good option.🏋🏼‍♀️ . Shout out to @max_lang_weightlifting for the collaboration in making this post, as well as Olympian’s @olychad & @haworthweightlifting for assisting in the teaching/wording of the post🙏🏼 ___________________________________________ This is the 56th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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)

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@gx_m96

#Repost @squat_university with @get_repost ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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! #workout #motivation #squat #squat_university #technique #benchpress #train at بغداد Baghdad

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@crossfituckfield

This goes for squats, deadlifts, pull-ups, anything that involves technique. Be the best mover in the gym rather than the heaviest lifter. If you do that - you’ll lift heavier. It’s a no-brainer! #Repost @squat_university ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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! at Uckfield

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@thea_jorna_fitness

#Repost @squat_university with @make_repost ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@avrileimile

#Repost @squat_university with @get_repost ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@lionheartapf_lhcrossfit

repost via @instarepost20 from @squat_university When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@lionheartrhinehart

repost via @instarepost20 from @squat_university When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@rltrainer

Mecânica ▶️Consistência ▶️Intensidade. Essa é forma mais segura de progressão possível ! Pense nisso 😉 #Repost @squat_university with @get_repost ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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! #powerlifting #weigthlifting #crossfit #strengthtraining #rigthway #technique #goodform #fitness #personaltrainer #rltrainer at Crossfit Ibirapuera

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@evansjeremy87

#Repost @squat_university with @get_repost ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@robert_mihaila

#Repost @squat_university with @get_repost ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@interchangeathletics

Repost from @squat_university When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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! at CF Interchange Athletics

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@jscharnick

Such a great page. If you want legit help with movement follow this page!!! #crossfit #crossfitcoach #squatuniversity #Repost @squat_university with @get_repost ・・・ When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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! at Clovis, California

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@r3dgr3g0ry

@Regran_ed from @squat_university - When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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! - #regrann

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@squat_university

When you place a load on the body with bad technique - it will eventually break down. Maybe not tomorrow or the next day, but eventually your body can only handle so much before it develops pain & injury sets in. Drop your ego, fix your technique & your body will thank you. 🙌🏼 . I want you to be able to lift huge weights & smash that new PR the next time you get to max out or step on the platform - but I want you to do it the right way. Stop using elite athletes who move big weight with poor form as an excuse. "Well ‘so and so’ lifts like this so I should be able to as well" doesn't work.❌ . If you’re currently leading with a bad technique problem or an injury, take the necessary step back to fix the issue before loading up the weight again. Sure you may be able to lift the weight & you’ll get stronger - but lifting weight with bad technique or real pain will only make you stronger in the wrong way. You will not loose all your progress by taking a small step back! A short term step back to fix what’s broken will allow you to take 10 steps forward eventually.👍🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ . Lifting big weight alone only impresses so many - lifting big weights with amazing technique? Now that's something EVERYONE admires. 👊🏻 _________________________________________ This is the 57th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@haworthweightlifting

I like! . . . #practicemakesperfect #haworthweightlifting #atl #btbfitness #Repost @squat_university with @get_repost ・・・ Today I want to talk about how to perform the muscle snatch as demonstrated by Max Lang @max_lang_weightlifting.🏋🏼‍♀️ . During the execution of the classic snatch lift, as the elbows eventually reach their highest position most lifters are taught to get their elbows around while simultaneously getting under the bar and extending their arms into the final locked out receiving position.✅ . The set up for the muscle snatch will be the exact same as your classic snatch lift. The pull to the knees and to full extension again should mimic the full lift, however with the muscle snatch the bar is moved with the arms alone into the extended position.💪🏼 . Start by first using the light weight like a barbell. As the bar passes the shoulders, the elbows should remain in place as the bar is pulled into the receiving position.🏋🏼‍♀️ . Some lifters like Max will use heavier weights for the muscle snatch to enhance their pull, speed of elbow turnaround and control on the barbell to keep it close to the body. The “press” portion of a heavy muscle snatch variation essentially mimics how the body would stay connected had the lifter attempted to drop under the weight with the goal of getting the elbows around quickly before extending.✅ . Take away: not all coaches agree on the variation or teaching points of the muscle snatch. When the weight is light it is recommended that most perform the movement by keeping the elbows high and not dropping them excessively during the turnover phase. However if your goal is to use heavier weight, the pull and press method can be a good option.🏋🏼‍♀️ . Shout out to @max_lang_weightlifting for the collaboration in making this post, as well as Olympian’s @olychad & @haworthweightlifting for assisting in the teaching/wording of the post🙏🏼 ___________________________________________ This is the 56th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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 tec at Roswell, Georgia

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@lolasoulfinger

@Regran_ed from @squat_university - Today I want to talk about how to perform the muscle snatch as demonstrated by Max Lang @max_lang_weightlifting.🏋🏼‍♀️ . During the execution of the classic snatch lift, as the elbows eventually reach their highest position most lifters are taught to get their elbows around while simultaneously getting under the bar and extending their arms into the final locked out receiving position.✅ . The set up for the muscle snatch will be the exact same as your classic snatch lift. The pull to the knees and to full extension again should mimic the full lift, however with the muscle snatch the bar is moved with the arms alone into the extended position.💪🏼 . Start by first using the light weight like a barbell. As the bar passes the shoulders, the elbows should remain in place as the bar is pulled into the receiving position.🏋🏼‍♀️ . Some lifters like Max will use heavier weights for the muscle snatch to enhance their pull, speed of elbow turnaround and control on the barbell to keep it close to the body. The “press” portion of a heavy muscle snatch variation essentially mimics how the body would stay connected had the lifter attempted to drop under the weight with the goal of getting the elbows around quickly before extending.✅ . Take away: not all coaches agree on the variation or teaching points of the muscle snatch. When the weight is light it is recommended that most perform the movement by keeping the elbows high and not dropping them excessively during the turnover phase. However if your goal is to use heavier weight, the pull and press method can be a good option.🏋🏼‍♀️ . Shout out to @max_lang_weightlifting for the collaboration in making this post, as well as Olympian’s @olychad & @haworthweightlifting for assisting in the teaching/wording of the post🙏🏼 ___________________________________________ This is the 56th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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). - #regrann at New York, New York

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@squat_university

Today I want to talk about how to perform the muscle snatch as demonstrated by Max Lang @max_lang_weightlifting.🏋🏼‍♀️ . During the execution of the classic snatch lift, as the elbows eventually reach their highest position most lifters are taught to get their elbows around while simultaneously getting under the bar and extending their arms into the final locked out receiving position.✅ . The set up for the muscle snatch will be the exact same as your classic snatch lift. The pull to the knees and to full extension again should mimic the full lift, however with the muscle snatch the bar is moved with the arms alone into the extended position.💪🏼 . Start by first using the light weight like a barbell. As the bar passes the shoulders, the elbows should remain in place as the bar is pulled into the receiving position.🏋🏼‍♀️ . Some lifters like Max will use heavier weights for the muscle snatch to enhance their pull, speed of elbow turnaround and control on the barbell to keep it close to the body. The “press” portion of a heavy muscle snatch variation essentially mimics how the body would stay connected had the lifter attempted to drop under the weight with the goal of getting the elbows around quickly before extending.✅ . Take away: not all coaches agree on the variation or teaching points of the muscle snatch. When the weight is light it is recommended that most perform the movement by keeping the elbows high and not dropping them excessively during the turnover phase. However if your goal is to use heavier weight, the pull and press method can be a good option.🏋🏼‍♀️ . Shout out to @max_lang_weightlifting for the collaboration in making this post, as well as Olympian’s @olychad & @haworthweightlifting for assisting in the teaching/wording of the post🙏🏼 ___________________________________________ This is the 56th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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).

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@lucyleader83

VMO는 선택적으로 따로 강화할 수 없다. 무릎주변 염증이 생기거나 주변 연부조직들이 타이트해지면 VMO가 일을 못 한다. 따라서 염증을 가라앉히고 라코스볼로 셀프릴리징을 먼저 한다. 무릎사이에 공끼우기나 SLR등으로 VMO를 따로 훈련하는 것은 불가능하다. VMO가 수축할 땐 모든 대퇴근육들이 함께 동참해서 파워를 내고 슬개골을 균형있게 당겨주는 역할을 한다. 스쿼트시 특정 근육 활성을 하려는 목적으로 TOE OUT (발끝 각도를 30도 바깥으로 돌리는것) 도 역시 효과가 없다. 염증과 붓기가 완화되고 타이트한 연부조직을 풀어주고 30도에서 60도 정도만 맨몸 스쿼트를 실시하고 통증이 가라앉으면 더 깊게 훈련한 후 바벨을 추가할 수있다. @Regran_ed from @squat_university - _____________________________________ This is the 55th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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! - #regrann

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@fitnesspappa

From todays EMOM session! ▫️ First 15min Deadlift 5x100x5min 3x120x5min 2x140x5min - - EMOM 21 1. 6 reps Strict Press 40kg 2. 10 Wallball 20lbs (90’ stop) 3. 10 weighed Sit up 10kg - - - #squat #squatuclub #squats #corestability #crossfit46 #absworkout #instafit #shredded #corestrength #workout #fit #fitness #olympicweightlifting #crossfitter #crossfit #fitfam #getfit #powerlifting #weightlifting #dreambig #wod #corestrength #shredz #fatloss #fatlossjourney #crosslifting #shreddedabs #ptsejjad #olympiclifting #wallballs at Crossfit 46

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@ifbbprochristuttle

Every bodybuilder must read @Regran_ed from @squat_university - Today I want to debunk a common myth. You cannot selectively strengthen or target your VMO🤯 . Now the VMO is a part of your vastus medialis muscle that runs on the inner part of your thigh. The bottom portion of this muscle has fibers that run at an angle and create a “tear drop” shape for many with developed legs📝 . However, when the VMO contracts – the entire quad contracts together in order to create power and maintain a balanced pull on the knee cap or patella✅ . This means front squats with a near straight forward foot, don’t work your VMO’s to a greater degree than toed out squats. You also can’t selectively strengthen this portion of the quad with wall sits, straight leg raises with a forward or angled foot or even ball squeezes that hit the groin muscles of your inner thigh❌ . Now, this part of the thigh can be shut down selectively if there is significant swelling in the knee joint due to injury (which means the VMO will stop working well compared to the other quad muscles). The fix however doesn’t come through isolation exercises like many think but instead through those that strengthen the quad as a whole unit like squats, single leg squats or even simple exercises like straight leg raises if needed✅ . To learn more about fixing injuries associated with a poorly functioning VMO (and see all the cited research that backs up this claim) check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 _____________________________________ This is the 55th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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! - #regrann

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@romulojogaib

Aos que acreditam que podemos ISOLADAMENTE fortalecer o vasto medial. Nada de inventar posições aantianatomicas nesse intento. Fortaleça todo o quadriceps e você estará fortalecendo o VMO. #Repost @squat_university • • • • • Today I want to debunk a common myth. You cannot selectively strengthen or target your VMO🤯 . Now the VMO is a part of your vastus medialis muscle that runs on the inner part of your thigh. The bottom portion of this muscle has fibers that run at an angle and create a “tear drop” shape for many with developed legs📝 . However, when the VMO contracts – the entire quad contracts together in order to create power and maintain a balanced pull on the knee cap or patella✅ . This means front squats with a near straight forward foot, don’t work your VMO’s to a greater degree than toed out squats. You also can’t selectively strengthen this portion of the quad with wall sits, straight leg raises with a forward or angled foot or even ball squeezes that hit the groin muscles of your inner thigh❌ . Now, this part of the thigh can be shut down selectively if there is significant swelling in the knee joint due to injury (which means the VMO will stop working well compared to the other quad muscles). The fix however doesn’t come through isolation exercises like many think but instead through those that strengthen the quad as a whole unit like squats, single leg squats or even simple exercises like straight leg raises if needed✅ . To learn more about fixing injuries associated with a poorly functioning VMO (and see all the cited research that backs up this claim) check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 _____________________________________ This is the 55th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@marquinhosrochapersonal

@Regran_ed from @squat_university - Dave @battlefielddave contacted me recently showing me his twisting problem with his snatch lift. Every time he snatched heavy, he twisted to the left. Up until contacting me, he had been doing anti-rotation core work like the pallof press, T&Y raises for shoulder stability and a ton of ankle mobility but the problem still continued.❌ . I had him do a few tests, one of them being the seated thoracic spine rotation screen. The goal is to see how much you can rotate to each side. Clearly you can see he could rotate a lot to the left, but very little to the right (the way he would twist away from during his snatch).📝 . If the thoracic spine is not symmetrically extending due to a side to side mobility imbalance, it can affect how the shoulder blades and arms move. Even a small side to side difference could cause an uneven reception for the snatch and the subsequent twisting you see.🏋🏼‍♀️ . I recommend he started on a barrage of thoracic spine mobility work to free up that restricted side including the downward rotation stretch, the bench t-spine mobility drill, and also the deep squat with rotation drill (to see more of the ones I recommended, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲)✅ . To “lock in” this new mobility, I recommend using drills like this kneeling rotation movement with a 3 second hold to the right. This action will work many of the mid back muscles that provide stability for your back. I would follow that up with the reach, roll and lift exercise✅ We’ll check in soon and see how these drills paid off!🙌🏼 . Shout out to @3d4medical & the app Complete Anatomy for the visual of the body today!🙏🏼 _______________________________________ This is the 54th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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! - #regrann

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@vivotioncom

The more you know the better you will be via @squat_university - In order to get your elbows into a high rack position, you need a sufficient amount of lat flexibility.✅ . The lat muscles span from the low back and attaching on your humerus. When elongated they allow your arm to move up and over your head. However, just because you can raise your arm above shoulder height, doesn’t mean the lats are flexible enough for a quality front rack position.❌ . Take Robby for example. From the start it’s hard to tell but watch his right elbow. It’s difficult for him to maintain the high elbow rack positon compared to his left. He can also clearly raise his right arm above shoulder height.🤔 . Sufficient lat flexibility allows you to raise the arm, externally rotate it and isometrically contract in this position to aid in core stability and trunk stiffness.✅ . When I placed him on his back, pulled his arms into external rotation and tried to move his arms overhead, you can see he clearly lacks lat flexibility on his right compared to his left. (I didn’t show it but he has a good amount of external shoulder rotation on his right side)✅ . In the front rack position without any warm up, he could easily lift his left elbow more than his right. After a few minutes of foam rolling and stretching the lats I retested and he showed great improvements in flexibility on that test and the ability to get his elbows higher into a more efficient rack position.🙌🏼 . To see more of the lat flexibility exercises I have Robby, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 . Shout out to Robby from @do_work_crossfit for being today’s model, @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body, @eleikosport for the weights & @velaasa for the weightlifting shoes featured today🙏🏼 ___________________________________________ This is the 53rd #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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 (cli

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@beastmode_128

#Repost @squat_university with @make_repost ・・・ Today I want to debunk a common myth. You cannot selectively strengthen or target your VMO🤯 . Now the VMO is a part of your vastus medialis muscle that runs on the inner part of your thigh. The bottom portion of this muscle has fibers that run at an angle and create a “tear drop” shape for many with developed legs📝 . However, when the VMO contracts – the entire quad contracts together in order to create power and maintain a balanced pull on the knee cap or patella✅ . This means front squats with a near straight forward foot, don’t work your VMO’s to a greater degree than toed out squats. You also can’t selectively strengthen this portion of the quad with wall sits, straight leg raises with a forward or angled foot or even ball squeezes that hit the groin muscles of your inner thigh❌ . Now, this part of the thigh can be shut down selectively if there is significant swelling in the knee joint due to injury (which means the VMO will stop working well compared to the other quad muscles). The fix however doesn’t come through isolation exercises like many think but instead through those that strengthen the quad as a whole unit like squats, single leg squats or even simple exercises like straight leg raises if needed✅ . To learn more about fixing injuries associated with a poorly functioning VMO (and see all the cited research that backs up this claim) check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 _____________________________________ This is the 55th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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! #nasm #nasmcertified #kneeinjury

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@ximxburrowsx

#Repost @squat_university with @download_repost ・・・ Today I want to debunk a common myth. You cannot selectively strengthen or target your VMO🤯 . Now the VMO is a part of your vastus medialis muscle that runs on the inner part of your thigh. The bottom portion of this muscle has fibers that run at an angle and create a “tear drop” shape for many with developed legs📝 . However, when the VMO contracts – the entire quad contracts together in order to create power and maintain a balanced pull on the knee cap or patella✅ . This means front squats with a near straight forward foot, don’t work your VMO’s to a greater degree than toed out squats. You also can’t selectively strengthen this portion of the quad with wall sits, straight leg raises with a forward or angled foot or even ball squeezes that hit the groin muscles of your inner thigh❌ . Now, this part of the thigh can be shut down selectively if there is significant swelling in the knee joint due to injury (which means the VMO will stop working well compared to the other quad muscles). The fix however doesn’t come through isolation exercises like many think but instead through those that strengthen the quad as a whole unit like squats, single leg squats or even simple exercises like straight leg raises if needed✅ . To learn more about fixing injuries associated with a poorly functioning VMO (and see all the cited research that backs up this claim) check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 _____________________________________ This is the 55th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@squat_university

Today I want to debunk a common myth. You cannot selectively strengthen or target your VMO🤯 . Now the VMO is a part of your vastus medialis muscle that runs on the inner part of your thigh. The bottom portion of this muscle has fibers that run at an angle and create a “tear drop” shape for many with developed legs📝 . However, when the VMO contracts – the entire quad contracts together in order to create power and maintain a balanced pull on the knee cap or patella✅ . This means front squats with a near straight forward foot, don’t work your VMO’s to a greater degree than toed out squats. You also can’t selectively strengthen this portion of the quad with wall sits, straight leg raises with a forward or angled foot or even ball squeezes that hit the groin muscles of your inner thigh❌ . Now, this part of the thigh can be shut down selectively if there is significant swelling in the knee joint due to injury (which means the VMO will stop working well compared to the other quad muscles). The fix however doesn’t come through isolation exercises like many think but instead through those that strengthen the quad as a whole unit like squats, single leg squats or even simple exercises like straight leg raises if needed✅ . To learn more about fixing injuries associated with a poorly functioning VMO (and see all the cited research that backs up this claim) check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 _____________________________________ This is the 55th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@igor_fisio

Repost from @squat_university using @RepostRegramApp - In order to get your elbows into a high rack position, you need a sufficient amount of lat flexibility.✅ . The lat muscles span from the low back and attaching on your humerus. When elongated they allow your arm to move up and over your head. However, just because you can raise your arm above shoulder height, doesn’t mean the lats are flexible enough for a quality front rack position.❌ . Take Robby for example. From the start it’s hard to tell but watch his right elbow. It’s difficult for him to maintain the high elbow rack positon compared to his left. He can also clearly raise his right arm above shoulder height.🤔 . Sufficient lat flexibility allows you to raise the arm, externally rotate it and isometrically contract in this position to aid in core stability and trunk stiffness.✅ . When I placed him on his back, pulled his arms into external rotation and tried to move his arms overhead, you can see he clearly lacks lat flexibility on his right compared to his left. (I didn’t show it but he has a good amount of external shoulder rotation on his right side)✅ . In the front rack position without any warm up, he could easily lift his left elbow more than his right. After a few minutes of foam rolling and stretching the lats I retested and he showed great improvements in flexibility on that test and the ability to get his elbows higher into a more efficient rack position.🙌🏼 . To see more of the lat flexibility exercises I have Robby, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 . Shout out to Robby from @do_work_crossfit for being today’s model, @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body, @eleikosport for the weights & @velaasa for the weightlifting shoes featured today🙏🏼 ___________________________________________ This is the 53rd #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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 at Santo André, Brazil

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@acavernagym

Dave @battlefielddave me contatou recentemente, mostrando-me seu problema de torção com o seu elevador. Toda vez que ele pegava pesado, ele torcia para a esquerda. Até entrar em contato comigo, ele fazia trabalhos centrais anti-rotação, como o pallet press, o T & Y eleva a estabilidade do ombro e uma tonelada de mobilidade no tornozelo, mas o problema ainda continua. . Eu o fiz fazer alguns testes, um deles sendo a tela de rotação da coluna torácica sentada. O objetivo é ver o quanto você pode girar para cada lado. É claro que você pode ver que ele pode girar muito para a esquerda, mas muito pouco para a direita (a maneira como ele se torceria durante o tempo em que ele o puxava). . Se a coluna torácica não se estender simetricamente devido a um desequilíbrio de mobilidade de lado a lado, isso pode afetar a maneira como as omoplatas e os braços se movem. Mesmo uma pequena diferença de lado a lado pode causar uma recepção irregular para o fragmento e a torção subsequente que você vê.🏋🏼‍♀️ . Eu recomendo que ele começou em uma barragem de trabalho de mobilidade da coluna torácica para liberar o lado restrito, incluindo o alongamento de rotação para baixo, a broca de mobilidade, e também o agachamento profundo com broca de rotação (para ver mais dos que eu recomendei, confira o artigo do blog relacionado no meu bio📲) ✅. Para "travar" essa nova mobilidade, recomendo usar exercícios como esse movimento de rotação ajoelhado com um apoio de 3 segundos à direita. Esta ação irá trabalhar muitos dos músculos das costas que proporcionam estabilidade para as costas. Eu seguiria isso com o alcance, role e levante o exercício✅ Vamos verificar em breve e ver como esses exercícios valeram a pena! 🙌🏼 . Gritar para fora para @ 3d4medical e o aplicativo Anatomia completa para o visual do corpo hoje! 🙏🏼 _______________________________________ Esta é a 54ª postagem qualificada do #SquatUclub. Lembre-se de agora em diante - "gostei" e comente usando a hashtag #squatUclub dentro de 60 segundos de uma nova postagem e eu vou escolher uma pessoa para começar a trabalhar com qualquer ajuda que você precisar (técnica de agachamento, quadril dolorido com deadlifts,

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@emerson_lpo_brasil

@squat_university Dave @battlefielddave contacted me recently showing me his twisting problem with his snatch lift. Every time he snatched heavy, he twisted to the left. Up until contacting me, he had been doing anti-rotation core work like the pallof press, T&Y raises for shoulder stability and a ton of ankle mobility but the problem still continued.❌ . I had him do a few tests, one of them being the seated thoracic spine rotation screen. The goal is to see how much you can rotate to each side. Clearly you can see he could rotate a lot to the left, but very little to the right (the way he would twist away from during his snatch).📝 . If the thoracic spine is not symmetrically extending due to a side to side mobility imbalance, it can affect how the shoulder blades and arms move. Even a small side to side difference could cause an uneven reception for the snatch and the subsequent twisting you see.🏋🏼‍♀️ I recommend he started on a barrage of thoracic spine mobility work to free up that restricted side including the downward rotation stretch, the bench t-spine mobility drill, and also the deep squat with rotation drill (to see more of the ones I recommended, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲)✅ . To “lock in” this new mobility, I recommend using drills like this kneeling rotation movement with a 3 second hold to the right. This action will work many of the mid back muscles that provide stability for your back. I would follow that up with the reach, roll and lift exercise✅ We’ll check in soon and see how these drills paid off!🙌🏼 . Shout out to @3d4medical & the app Complete Anatomy for the visual of the body today!🙏🏼 This is the 54th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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! #emerson_lpo_brasil @emerson_lpo_brasil #weightlifting

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@thetomhouptincident

#Repost @squat_university ・・・ Dave @battlefielddave contacted me recently showing me his twisting problem with his snatch lift. Every time he snatched heavy, he twisted to the left. Up until contacting me, he had been doing anti-rotation core work like the pallof press, T&Y raises for shoulder stability and a ton of ankle mobility but the problem still continued.❌ . I had him do a few tests, one of them being the seated thoracic spine rotation screen. The goal is to see how much you can rotate to each side. Clearly you can see he could rotate a lot to the left, but very little to the right (the way he would twist away from during his snatch).📝 . If the thoracic spine is not symmetrically extending due to a side to side mobility imbalance, it can affect how the shoulder blades and arms move. Even a small side to side difference could cause an uneven reception for the snatch and the subsequent twisting you see.🏋🏼‍♀️ . I recommend he started on a barrage of thoracic spine mobility work to free up that restricted side including the downward rotation stretch, the bench t-spine mobility drill, and also the deep squat with rotation drill (to see more of the ones I recommended, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲)✅ . To “lock in” this new mobility, I recommend using drills like this kneeling rotation movement with a 3 second hold to the right. This action will work many of the mid back muscles that provide stability for your back. I would follow that up with the reach, roll and lift exercise✅ We’ll check in soon and see how these drills paid off!🙌🏼 . Shout out to @3d4medical & the app Complete Anatomy for the visual of the body today!🙏🏼 _______________________________________ This is the 54th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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! at Broomfield, Colorado

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@beastmode_128

#Repost @squat_university with @make_repost ・・・ Dave @battlefielddave contacted me recently showing me his twisting problem with his snatch lift. Every time he snatched heavy, he twisted to the left. Up until contacting me, he had been doing anti-rotation core work like the pallof press, T&Y raises for shoulder stability and a ton of ankle mobility but the problem still continued.❌ . I had him do a few tests, one of them being the seated thoracic spine rotation screen. The goal is to see how much you can rotate to each side. Clearly you can see he could rotate a lot to the left, but very little to the right (the way he would twist away from during his snatch).📝 . If the thoracic spine is not symmetrically extending due to a side to side mobility imbalance, it can affect how the shoulder blades and arms move. Even a small side to side difference could cause an uneven reception for the snatch and the subsequent twisting you see.🏋🏼‍♀️ . I recommend he started on a barrage of thoracic spine mobility work to free up that restricted side including the downward rotation stretch, the bench t-spine mobility drill, and also the deep squat with rotation drill (to see more of the ones I recommended, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲)✅ . To “lock in” this new mobility, I recommend using drills like this kneeling rotation movement with a 3 second hold to the right. This action will work many of the mid back muscles that provide stability for your back. I would follow that up with the reach, roll and lift exercise✅ We’ll check in soon and see how these drills paid off!🙌🏼 . Shout out to @3d4medical & the app Complete Anatomy for the visual of the body today!🙏🏼 _______________________________________ This is the 54th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@squat_university

Dave @battlefielddave contacted me recently showing me his twisting problem with his snatch lift. Every time he snatched heavy, he twisted to the left. Up until contacting me, he had been doing anti-rotation core work like the pallof press, T&Y raises for shoulder stability and a ton of ankle mobility but the problem still continued.❌ . I had him do a few tests, one of them being the seated thoracic spine rotation screen. The goal is to see how much you can rotate to each side. Clearly you can see he could rotate a lot to the left, but very little to the right (the way he would twist away from during his snatch).📝 . If the thoracic spine is not symmetrically extending due to a side to side mobility imbalance, it can affect how the shoulder blades and arms move. Even a small side to side difference could cause an uneven reception for the snatch and the subsequent twisting you see.🏋🏼‍♀️ . I recommend he started on a barrage of thoracic spine mobility work to free up that restricted side including the downward rotation stretch, the bench t-spine mobility drill, and also the deep squat with rotation drill (to see more of the ones I recommended, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲)✅ . To “lock in” this new mobility, I recommend using drills like this kneeling rotation movement with a 3 second hold to the right. This action will work many of the mid back muscles that provide stability for your back. I would follow that up with the reach, roll and lift exercise✅ We’ll check in soon and see how these drills paid off!🙌🏼 . Shout out to @3d4medical & the app Complete Anatomy for the visual of the body today!🙏🏼 _______________________________________ This is the 54th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@jonycft83

#Repost @squat_university • • • • • In order to get your elbows into a high rack position, you need a sufficient amount of lat flexibility.✅ . The lat muscles span from the low back and attaching on your humerus. When elongated they allow your arm to move up and over your head. However, just because you can raise your arm above shoulder height, doesn’t mean the lats are flexible enough for a quality front rack position.❌ . Take Robby for example. From the start it’s hard to tell but watch his right elbow. It’s difficult for him to maintain the high elbow rack positon compared to his left. He can also clearly raise his right arm above shoulder height.🤔 . Sufficient lat flexibility allows you to raise the arm, externally rotate it and isometrically contract in this position to aid in core stability and trunk stiffness.✅ . When I placed him on his back, pulled his arms into external rotation and tried to move his arms overhead, you can see he clearly lacks lat flexibility on his right compared to his left. (I didn’t show it but he has a good amount of external shoulder rotation on his right side)✅ . In the front rack position without any warm up, he could easily lift his left elbow more than his right. After a few minutes of foam rolling and stretching the lats I retested and he showed great improvements in flexibility on that test and the ability to get his elbows higher into a more efficient rack position.🙌🏼 . To see more of the lat flexibility exercises I have Robby, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 . Shout out to Robby from @do_work_crossfit for being today’s model, @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body, @eleikosport for the weights & @velaasa for the weightlifting shoes featured today🙏🏼 ___________________________________________ This is the 53rd #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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 li

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@f45training_eg

#Repost @squat_university with @get_repost ・・・ In order to get your elbows into a high rack position, you need a sufficient amount of lat flexibility.✅ . The lat muscles span from the low back and attaching on your humerus. When elongated they allow your arm to move up and over your head. However, just because you can raise your arm above shoulder height, doesn’t mean the lats are flexible enough for a quality front rack position.❌ . Take Robby for example. From the start it’s hard to tell but watch his right elbow. It’s difficult for him to maintain the high elbow rack positon compared to his left. He can also clearly raise his right arm above shoulder height.🤔 . Sufficient lat flexibility allows you to raise the arm, externally rotate it and isometrically contract in this position to aid in core stability and trunk stiffness.✅ . When I placed him on his back, pulled his arms into external rotation and tried to move his arms overhead, you can see he clearly lacks lat flexibility on his right compared to his left. (I didn’t show it but he has a good amount of external shoulder rotation on his right side)✅ . In the front rack position without any warm up, he could easily lift his left elbow more than his right. After a few minutes of foam rolling and stretching the lats I retested and he showed great improvements in flexibility on that test and the ability to get his elbows higher into a more efficient rack position.🙌🏼 . To see more of the lat flexibility exercises I have Robby, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 . Shout out to Robby from @do_work_crossfit for being today’s model, @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body, @eleikosport for the weights & @velaasa for the weightlifting shoes featured today🙏🏼 ___________________________________________ This is the 53rd #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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 firs

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@iamsaeidmotamedi

Check out this recent video by @atginsta demonstrating the back extension exercise. This exercise is used to strengthen the erector muscles of the back that limit any rounding that may compromise technique during the full lifts.✅ . To perform the back extension, make sure the top of your pelvis is positioned slightly past the end pad position of the machine. This will allow you to maintain your back in a stable neutral position (through isometric contraction) during the entire motion while your hamstrings/glutes work dynamically to lower and raise your trunk.✅ . If the pad is positioned too far forward, it will cause your back to round on the lowering portion of this movement and then extend on the ascent.❌ . Despite the exercise often being called a “hyperextension,” it’s not the best idea to actually move into a ton of hyperextension. As you can see, Lu is only pulling to a relatively neutral or slightly extended spinal position and even performs a few static holds in a flat position. The more you crank into hyperextension with this movement, the more compression you place on your low back, increasing risk of eventual injury like a stress fracture to a part of your spine called the pars interarticularis.❌ . Shout out to @atginsta for the collaboration in making today’s post & to @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body🙏🏼 _____________________________________ This is the 49th #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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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@katkakyptova

#Repost @squat_university with @get_repost ・・・ In order to get your elbows into a high rack position, you need a sufficient amount of lat flexibility.✅ . The lat muscles span from the low back and attaching on your humerus. When elongated they allow your arm to move up and over your head. However, just because you can raise your arm above shoulder height, doesn’t mean the lats are flexible enough for a quality front rack position.❌ . Take Robby for example. From the start it’s hard to tell but watch his right elbow. It’s difficult for him to maintain the high elbow rack positon compared to his left. He can also clearly raise his right arm above shoulder height.🤔 . Sufficient lat flexibility allows you to raise the arm, externally rotate it and isometrically contract in this position to aid in core stability and trunk stiffness.✅ . When I placed him on his back, pulled his arms into external rotation and tried to move his arms overhead, you can see he clearly lacks lat flexibility on his right compared to his left. (I didn’t show it but he has a good amount of external shoulder rotation on his right side)✅ . In the front rack position without any warm up, he could easily lift his left elbow more than his right. After a few minutes of foam rolling and stretching the lats I retested and he showed great improvements in flexibility on that test and the ability to get his elbows higher into a more efficient rack position.🙌🏼 . To see more of the lat flexibility exercises I have Robby, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 . Shout out to Robby from @do_work_crossfit for being today’s model, @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body, @eleikosport for the weights & @velaasa for the weightlifting shoes featured today🙏🏼 ___________________________________________ This is the 53rd #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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 firs

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@vamega_cross

#Repost @squat_university with @get_repost ・・・ In order to get your elbows into a high rack position, you need a sufficient amount of lat flexibility.✅ . The lat muscles span from the low back and attaching on your humerus. When elongated they allow your arm to move up and over your head. However, just because you can raise your arm above shoulder height, doesn’t mean the lats are flexible enough for a quality front rack position.❌ . Take Robby for example. From the start it’s hard to tell but watch his right elbow. It’s difficult for him to maintain the high elbow rack positon compared to his left. He can also clearly raise his right arm above shoulder height.🤔 . Sufficient lat flexibility allows you to raise the arm, externally rotate it and isometrically contract in this position to aid in core stability and trunk stiffness.✅ . When I placed him on his back, pulled his arms into external rotation and tried to move his arms overhead, you can see he clearly lacks lat flexibility on his right compared to his left. (I didn’t show it but he has a good amount of external shoulder rotation on his right side)✅ . In the front rack position without any warm up, he could easily lift his left elbow more than his right. After a few minutes of foam rolling and stretching the lats I retested and he showed great improvements in flexibility on that test and the ability to get his elbows higher into a more efficient rack position.🙌🏼 . To see more of the lat flexibility exercises I have Robby, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 . Shout out to Robby from @do_work_crossfit for being today’s model, @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body, @eleikosport for the weights & @velaasa for the weightlifting shoes featured today🙏🏼 ___________________________________________ This is the 53rd #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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 firs at Pamplona, Spain

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@emerson_lpo_brasil

@squat_university In order to get your elbows into a high rack position, you need a sufficient amount of lat flexibility.✅ . The lat muscles span from the low back and attaching on your humerus. When elongated they allow your arm to move up and over your head. However, just because you can raise your arm above shoulder height, doesn’t mean the lats are flexible enough for a quality front rack position.❌ . Take Robby for example. From the start it’s hard to tell but watch his right elbow. It’s difficult for him to maintain the high elbow rack positon compared to his left. He can also clearly raise his right arm above shoulder height.🤔 . Sufficient lat flexibility allows you to raise the arm, externally rotate it and isometrically contract in this position to aid in core stability and trunk stiffness.✅ . When I placed him on his back, pulled his arms into external rotation and tried to move his arms overhead, you can see he clearly lacks lat flexibility on his right compared to his left. (I didn’t show it but he has a good amount of external shoulder rotation on his right side)✅ . In the front rack position without any warm up, he could easily lift his left elbow more than his right. After a few minutes of foam rolling and stretching the lats I retested and he showed great improvements in flexibility on that test and the ability to get his elbows higher into a more efficient rack position.🙌🏼 To see more of the lat flexibility exercises I have Robby, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 Shout out to Robby from @do_work_crossfit for being today’s model, @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body, @eleikosport for the weights & @velaasa for the weightlifting shoes featured today🙏🏼___ This is the 53rd #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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! @emerson_lpo_brasil #emerson_lpo_brasil

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@lucyleader83

@Regran_ed from @squat_university - In order to get your elbows into a high rack position, you need a sufficient amount of lat flexibility.✅ . The lat muscles span from the low back and attaching on your humerus. When elongated they allow your arm to move up and over your head. However, just because you can raise your arm above shoulder height, doesn’t mean the lats are flexible enough for a quality front rack position.❌ . Take Robby for example. From the start it’s hard to tell but watch his right elbow. It’s difficult for him to maintain the high elbow rack positon compared to his left. He can also clearly raise his right arm above shoulder height.🤔 . Sufficient lat flexibility allows you to raise the arm, externally rotate it and isometrically contract in this position to aid in core stability and trunk stiffness.✅ . When I placed him on his back, pulled his arms into external rotation and tried to move his arms overhead, you can see he clearly lacks lat flexibility on his right compared to his left. (I didn’t show it but he has a good amount of external shoulder rotation on his right side)✅ . In the front rack position without any warm up, he could easily lift his left elbow more than his right. After a few minutes of foam rolling and stretching the lats I retested and he showed great improvements in flexibility on that test and the ability to get his elbows higher into a more efficient rack position.🙌🏼 . To see more of the lat flexibility exercises I have Robby, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 . Shout out to Robby from @do_work_crossfit for being today’s model, @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body, @eleikosport for the weights & @velaasa for the weightlifting shoes featured today🙏🏼 ___________________________________________ This is the 53rd #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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

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@athletes_lab

#Repost @squat_university ・・・ When would you want to perform an exercise like the External Rotation Row & Press?🤔 . During movements like the snatch, the shoulders move into an externally rotated position as the barbell is pulled over the head. If someone has weakness or instability moving into this direction, it can lead to issues symmetrically receiving and controlling the barbell.✅ . Start by grabbing a resistance band tied around a rig or rack. Pull the band towards you in a rowing motion. Your hand should finish directly in front of your elbow with your arm parallel to the ground. This will lock your shoulder blade into a good position by activating muscles like the rhomboids and middle portions of the trapezius.✅ . Rotate the shoulder backwards to an “L” position (the motion of external rotation) to activate the posterior rotator cuff (particularly the infraspinatus) in a similar manner to the turnover catch phase of a snatch.🏋🏼‍♀️ . Last, push your hand overhead and hold in this end position for another 3 seconds (if you perform the Olympic lifts, your hand should be ideally stacked directly over the back of your head to mimic the barbell jerk). With your arm extended the muscles that stabilize the shoulder blade will be working hard against the band resistance to keep your arm from falling forward. In this position, you’re not only activating the rotator cuff but also the serratus anterior in order to help stabilize the shoulder blade against the rib cage and keep the arm in a good position.✅ . Start with 2-3 sets of 5 reps with this exercise prior to your overhead lifting. For more stability drills like this, check out the blog article linked in my bio 📲✅ . Shout out to @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visuals of the body & @hookgrip for the lifting video featured today🙏🏼🙏🏼 ____________________________________________ This is the 51st #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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).

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@simpleeshanna

#Repost @squat_university (@get_repost) ・・・ In order to get your elbows into a high rack position, you need a sufficient amount of lat flexibility.✅ . The lat muscles span from the low back and attaching on your humerus. When elongated they allow your arm to move up and over your head. However, just because you can raise your arm above shoulder height, doesn’t mean the lats are flexible enough for a quality front rack position.❌ . Take Robby for example. From the start it’s hard to tell but watch his right elbow. It’s difficult for him to maintain the high elbow rack positon compared to his left. He can also clearly raise his right arm above shoulder height.🤔 . Sufficient lat flexibility allows you to raise the arm, externally rotate it and isometrically contract in this position to aid in core stability and trunk stiffness.✅ . When I placed him on his back, pulled his arms into external rotation and tried to move his arms overhead, you can see he clearly lacks lat flexibility on his right compared to his left. (I didn’t show it but he has a good amount of external shoulder rotation on his right side)✅ . In the front rack position without any warm up, he could easily lift his left elbow more than his right. After a few minutes of foam rolling and stretching the lats I retested and he showed great improvements in flexibility on that test and the ability to get his elbows higher into a more efficient rack position.🙌🏼 . To see more of the lat flexibility exercises I have Robby, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 . Shout out to Robby from @do_work_crossfit for being today’s model, @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body, @eleikosport for the weights & @velaasa for the weightlifting shoes featured today🙏🏼 ___________________________________________ This is the 53rd #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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 i

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@tonimaritorres

#Repost @squat_university • • • In order to get your elbows into a high rack position, you need a sufficient amount of lat flexibility.✅ . The lat muscles span from the low back and attaching on your humerus. When elongated they allow your arm to move up and over your head. However, just because you can raise your arm above shoulder height, doesn’t mean the lats are flexible enough for a quality front rack position.❌ . Take Robby for example. From the start it’s hard to tell but watch his right elbow. It’s difficult for him to maintain the high elbow rack positon compared to his left. He can also clearly raise his right arm above shoulder height.🤔 . Sufficient lat flexibility allows you to raise the arm, externally rotate it and isometrically contract in this position to aid in core stability and trunk stiffness.✅ . When I placed him on his back, pulled his arms into external rotation and tried to move his arms overhead, you can see he clearly lacks lat flexibility on his right compared to his left. (I didn’t show it but he has a good amount of external shoulder rotation on his right side)✅ . In the front rack position without any warm up, he could easily lift his left elbow more than his right. After a few minutes of foam rolling and stretching the lats I retested and he showed great improvements in flexibility on that test and the ability to get his elbows higher into a more efficient rack position.🙌🏼 . To see more of the lat flexibility exercises I have Robby, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 . Shout out to Robby from @do_work_crossfit for being today’s model, @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body, @eleikosport for the weights & @velaasa for the weightlifting shoes featured today🙏🏼 ___________________________________________ This is the 53rd #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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

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@weu__fitness

@squat_university with @get_repost ・・・ Why do we perform ankle joint mobilizations with the band on the top of the foot rather than up higher on the lower leg?🤔📝 - If you look at the anatomy of the ankle, the talus bone of your foot connects with the larger tibia bone of your leg. During the movement of dorsiflexion (your foot moving towards your shin), the talus bone glides back or posterior on the tibia.✅ - My patient Anna had a very stiff ankle after a recent ankle sprain in a soccer game. With the 5 inch wall test you can see comes up short on her left complaining of a blocked or pinch sensation in the front of the ankle limiting any more motion (this is common after ankle sprains).📝✅ - Functionally, this restriction limited her ability to perform a deep single leg squat as you can see her left heel continues to pop off the box as her knee is unable to move forward past her toes like her right can.❌🥊 - Performing the banded joint mobilization with the band positioned on the top of the foot, assists the natural movement of the talus bone (moving posterior on the tibia) to improve ankle mobility. Placing the band higher on the tibia does not support this natural joint movement and would therefore would not be helpful in taking away this joint restriction. Usually I’d recommend performing 20 reps for a 5 second hold✅✅ - If you’d like to learn more about improving ankle mobility, check out the blog article linked in my bio📲 - Shout out to @anna.long for being today’s athlete model & to @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visuals of the body🙏🏼 ______________________________________ This is the 41st #SquatUclub eligible post. Remember from here on out - “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! #fitnessmotivation #powerlifting #muscle #fitness #doubletap #instafit #personaltrainer #nutrition #justtryintolive💪🏾🏋🏾💪🏾🏋🏾💪🏾🏋🏾 at Fitness Playground Newtown

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