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The lines of wisdom etched around my eyes and forehead and still I keep growing and learning.
I truly believe that when you face certain emotional challenges,acknowledging them and learning from them is key to our own mental well-being right? I feel the need to ground myself a little, and acknowledge life is all about balance.
Allow myself more time to sit with my feelings and breath deeply and exhale loudly.
I am okay honestly.
I feel cleansed in fact and this will make me grow even stronger.
How the bloody hell are you all??
Day 22 ffs. These next few days are the golden days.
Enjoy them and flourish.
Who is going to go first? 😘
🔥8 WEEK CHALLENGE🔥
Just over 1 week until we get stuck into the first 8 week CHALLENGE, of 2020 TEAM💪🏻
Challenge time is our favourite here at #F45Byford ! We love seeing complete lifestyle changes & transformations over the 8 weeks.
Unlimited HIIT F45 sessions, Fully inclusive meal plan, & 24/7 coach support guarantees results!!
Our early bird special runs out this week, for more info DM us today, don’t miss out 💥
1 It Makes You Feel Great
Spending a few minutes in the sauna after your workout is going to relax your muscles, refreshing them after you’ve just worked them in the gym. The heat effect of the sauna promotes the release of endorphins, the same feel-good hormones that can be released as a result of a good workout.
2 It Relieves Muscle Pain
The dry heat of a sauna very quickly elevates the body’s skin temperature. This heat will go a long way to help you to find relief from the muscular aches that you should be feeling from your workout. The heat effects of the sauna will also help to remove lactic acid from your muscles cell. This will help you to recover faster from your workout. As the blood flow increases, the muscles become more relaxed.
3 Greater Endurance
taking a 30-minute sauna after a training session can help your endurance. After a 30 mins session athletes have found increased running endurance.
4 It Improves Your Cardiovascular Fitness
The heating of your skin will lead to an increase in your core body temperature. This will cause the blood vessels under the skin to become wider.
Your heart rate will also go up as you sit on the sauna bench. when you leave the sauna, the heart rate is likely to drop below your resting level. The effect of these changes is that your cardiovascular system is increased and your heart muscles become stronger.
5 It Helps You to Sleep Better
When you exercise you cause major stress to your muscles. each workout causes micro tears to the worked muscle fiber. It is only through proper nutrition and rest that the fibers are able to grow back bigger and stronger than they were in the first place. Your body temperature will be elevated when you are in the sauna, and then will readjust its temperature when you come out of the sauna. This process of elevating and then normalizing your body temperature is extremely calming.
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The “Banded Side Steps” are known among other things such as banded lateral walks, crab walks or banded shuffles & are a great way for re-training & reinforcing proper movement patterns & neuromuscular control🔥
Ladies, predominantly, these are not the way to build bigger & stronger glutes on their own❌If you’re looking to build Strength & gain mass in the glutes then stay tuned for another post this week giving you some of the best exercises to incorporate into your training💯
This variation of exercise is often employed within a warm up routine to improve hip stability, activating the deeper muscle tissues that stabilise the pelvis💥In turn this has been found to improve movement mechanics & movement efficiency through exercises that place demands on the glutes💪🏻And gets some simple tips to make sure you’re getting them right😊👇🏻
1. Keep Tension in the Band👉🏻You’re trying to get as much gluteal activation as possible & target a neuromuscular response👌🏻Taking our the tension looses some of the benefits of this exercise & the added intensity you’re trying to hit without adding volume✅
2. Hips Stay Straight📏This means the trunk remains rigid & there’s no swaying to make the movement easier🙌🏻Start with small steps initially until you’ve dialled one the technique then use larger steps providing the 2 points above are followed🔑
Other variations & progressions can be used & the closer the bands move to the feet the larger the lever arm becomes making it more difficult on the glutes🤗so play around with the position & try & get it round the mid foot👍🏻
“Strength & Movement”
Super comfy 165kg single from @mari3lla_pl last night 🤩🔥
Speed and depth are both on point. Ticking boxes week by week before the push comes. Very exciting stuff ahead 💪🏻💪🏻
Great workout yesterday but I can’t walk today! 😱 Planning a nice long walk to clear my legs...🤞