Instagram Photos and Videos for Tag #biomechanics


  • 10 minutes ago
    I feel the same. Probably not as much but I see crazy changes happening. Well not crazy, logical changes. I've lost some body fat, quite a lot, feel energized like never before, better sleep and so on. After my last BJJ training my partners were staring at me while saying "look how this fucker is...no weight lifting look at that". Of course I explained them why. I do have good genetics, but the changes since applying both methods and some Wim Hof breathing techniques have definitely improved the way my organism operates. Really happy to have found those methods #Repost @functionalpatterns (@get_repost) ・・・ Mixing some @themyohacker FP work with @drjackkruse. Lethal combo. Grateful to have the knowledge I do. I haven't had real pain in my body for the last decade, after having crippling pain, with this new mitohacking, I feel like I'm on roids lol. Thanks Jack, your contributions are appreciated sir. #fpkauai #fitnesskauai #kauai #hawaii #functionalpatterns #drjackkruse #myohacker #biohack #biohacking #mitohacking #functionaltraining #POSTURE #prehab #rehab #athlete #biomechanics #flexibility #strengthtraining #flexible #abdominals #scoliosis #kyphosis #lordosis #gains #anatomytrains #yogi #yoga #stretch
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  • 18 minutes ago
    Ein sehr guter Triggerpunkt Release für den Oberarm, speziell den Bizeps. Bei vielen Menschen ist dieser Teil des Armes stark Überlastet, deswegen reagiert die Ansatzsehene im Bereich des Schulterdaches mit Entzündung → Schmerz. Überlastet ist hier das Stichwort: Wie auf vielen gängigen Seiten im Internet zu lesen ist Übrigends nicht eine „Enge im Schulterdach“ verantwortlich für Eure Probleme, sondern schlechte Bewegungsmuster und falsche Prioritätensetzung im Ein sehr guter Triggerpunkt Release für den Oberarm, speziell den Bizeps. Bei vielen Menschen ist dieser Teil des Armes stark Überlastet, deswegen reagiert die Ansatzsehene im Bereich des Schulterdaches mit Entzündung → Schmerz. Überlastet ist hier das Stichwort: Wie auf vielen gängigen Seiten im Internet zu lesen ist Übrigends nicht eine „Enge im Schulterdach“ verantwortlich für Eure Probleme, sondern schlechte Bewegungsmuster und falsche Prioritätensetzung im Training.🏋 Die Schulter und der Ellenbogen, somit also auch der Bizeps, ist kein Muskel der für die primäre Krafterzeugung im Oberkörper zuständig ist. Stattdessen kommt die Kraft aus eurem Rumpf und der Hüfte. Wenn ihr Probleme mit der Schulter habt: Schaut unbedingt heute ab 16.00uhr auf meinem YT Kanal vorbei (Link im Profil) hier habe ich eine neue Reihe zum Thema „ Schulterschmerzen&Impingement“ veröffentlich. Wer seine Problemen grundsätzlich in den Griff bekommen will, und bereit ist über den Tellerrand(klassische Fitnesssysteme) hinaus zu schauen, der ist dort genau richtig. Die Schulter und der Ellenbogen, somit also auch der Bizeps, ist kein Muskel der für die primäre Krafterzeugung im Oberkörper zuständig ist. Stattdessen kommt die Kraft aus eurem Rumpf und der Hüfte. Wenn ihr Probleme mit der Schulter habt: Schaut unbedingt heute ab 16.00uhr auf meinem YT Kanal vorbei (Link im Profil) hier habe ich eine neue Reihe zum Thema „ Schulterschmerzen&Impingement“ veröffentlich. Wer seine Problemen grundsätzlich in den Griff bekommen will, und bereit ist über den Tellerrand(klassische Fitnesssysteme) hinaus zu schauen, der ist dort genau richtig.
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  • 20 minutes ago
    That day when your good PhD student gets conferred his PhD. Go Bryant, the world is yours. #proud #flindersuniversity #goforit #biomechanics
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  • 23 minutes ago
    Always fun when I get to play with the gear. #EMG #Biomechanics #Uni
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  • about 1 hour ago
    📝Note sharing for #glutes activation exercises. Your glutes are your primary muscle, the stronger your glutes, the more powerfully you can move. End of story. Great to do these before big posterior chain lifting, especially before #legs day or your #backworkout . These are some good ones to start with to learn that #musclemuscle connection. Enjoy! . . . . #mealprephk #simplyfitmealprep #eatcleantraindirty #shred #gains #bodybuilding #biomechanics #mealprep #macros #hustleforthemuscle #ironaddict #bossmum #girlswholift #girlswhotrain #swolelife #hkstyle #hkfitness #gymlife #fitmoms #bodybuildingnutrition #bodybuildingfood #hkfoodie #shelifts #sheliftsandcooks #muscles #hkig
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  • about 1 hour ago
    Vertigo, sea & car sickness and vestibular migraines as well as other similar issues may seem like they are indeed of vestibular origin, i.e dysfunction of the vestibular system. But are they really, or is it just a sideeffect of something else? In my experience, dizziness often either comes from compromised upper cervical stability and alignment, or compromised blood supply to the brain. If the patient is just dizzi but has no other significant symptoms, I'd consider the suboccipitals as the cause of the dysfunction. This can be easily trialled by strengthening the suboccipitals. If this reproduces the dizziness, there you go; it's the cause. Keep strengthening them, and correct the patient's cervical posture and movement pattern. Now, if that doesn't reproduce the dizziness, presuming that it was performed properly, consider occlusion of the vertebral artery. This is so common in these types of patients, and virtually always missed. Do the vertebral artery dissection test, or do some intensive scalene strengthening. If dizziness occurs excessively (more than before) immediately or the day after, there's your most likely answer.
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  • about 1 hour ago
    ~ PREPARE YOUR SHOULDERS ~ Here's a good preparation for asanas like Purvottanasana. If you have a repertoire or a sequence that include specific asanas or movements, it's always great to prep and build your practice through progressions towards that asana. 🔹 Walk your hands back as far as your shoulders allow. When you're there, press your hands down and keep a neutral spine. Keep the activity (isometric contraction) for a bit. Then walk back. 🔹 Repeat. 🔹 As always, move slow and with precision. This video is speeded up x1.5.
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  • about 2 hours ago
    #Rensta #Repost: @biomecanicadadepressao via @renstapp ··· “ Levantamento Terra – pé aberto ou pé fechado? Por Fernando Reiser @fernandocreiser Estratégia A utilização do método convencional ou sumo no terra tem caráter estratégico para o levantador, no sumo a trajetória da barra é menor do que no convencional, devido a abdução/rotação do quadril, desta forma isso produzirá um torque maior no joelho e tornozelo na comparação ao convencional. E atividade de adutor e glúteo máximo? Escamilla et. al. (2002), analisaram a atividade dos músculos adutor e glúteo máximo, em uma amostra altamente treinada de jogadores de Futebol Americano NCAA I – e não houve mudança no recrutamento de adutores entre as duas condições, em alguns casos específicos os adutores foram mais acionados no convencional, contudo sem nenhum significado estatístico. O glúteo máximo não alterou a atividade muscular entre as condições, talvez em função de um torque extensor de quadril semelhante entre as condições, resultado este que pode ser alterado em estudos de agachamento, uma especulação pode ser em função de uma maior amplitude de movimento no agachamento dos extensores de quadril quando comparados ao levantamento terra. Finalizando, o fato de abduzir o quadril aumenta o alongamento dos músculos adutores o que pode reduzir a atividade muscular possivelmente por uma insuficiência, enquanto o glúteo máximo pode não alterar a sua resposta em função da amplitude. Estas são algumas ponderações sobre variações técnicas que podem ou não alterar o movimento que queremos realizar. Fique atento para meus próximos cursos – 22/07 em SC e 26/08 em SP! Referências Escamilla,R et al.An electromyographic analysis of sumo and conventional style deadlifts. Med&SciSports&Exercise,34(4)682-688, 2002. Escamilla,R. et al.A three-dimensional biomechanical analysis of sumo and conventional style deadlifts. Medicine and science in sports and exercise,32(7)1265-1275, 2000. #deadlift #muscle #hypertrophy #legday#quads #glúteo #glutes #hams#hamstrings #isquiotibiais #quadriceps#squat #training #workout #motivation#biomechanics
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  • about 2 hours ago
    #tbt This was the drive I had even at 19-20 years old. The dream is the same, just the route changed. Never give up on yourself. Never give up on God. #NCCPT #comingsoon #ambition #grindharder #personaltrainer #fitfam #instafit #trainer #bodybuilding #cleaneating #sportsnutrition #biomechanics #redfitathletics2018
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  • about 2 hours ago
    LET'S TALK FIRST. We understand the physical demands that cycling places on your body. We gather as much information about your cycling history and cycling goals before we get you on the bike. Pre-fit information is essential in driving the success of your bike fit.
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  • about 2 hours ago
    ‼️Hip Mobility Series 3.2‼️ • 🏋🏻‍♀️ Today I want to share with you some little mobility variations I like to use on days where I am going to be doing any form of squat variation. • 🌊 These can be done separately or as a flow, it all depends on your ability and tolerance in the bottom of the squat. I like this sequence as they all require active range as opposed to passive range. • 🔥A narrower stance and less of a turn out at the ankles will provide a greater challenge. Try them out for yourself👇🏻 • 1️⃣ Thoracic Extensions (cue: ribs down chest up) 2️⃣ Deep Squat to Hamstring Stretch (cue: butt touches the ceiling and reach through the floor) 3️⃣ Unilateral Internal External Rotation (cue: create daylight between your knee and elbow) 4️⃣ Unilateral Internal Hip Rotation (cue: freeze the rest of your body) • 🐒There are an outrageous amount more variations you could throw in there, so explore these variations and then get creative. One thing is for sure, the more time you spend in the deep squat, the more comfortable you will get down there 😎 • 👇🏻If you found these useful, let me know in the comments below 👇🏻 #gcpcoaching #gcpmobilityseries #hipmobility #coachwithintent #liftwithpurpose
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  • about 2 hours ago
    #Repost @precisionathletica (@get_repost) ・・・ Great to have leading Sports Scientist @lumsden.ryan in the Bio Lab today. Ryan was working hard with @hannahpark810 and the @golfnsw players, making the most of @swingcatalyst and KVest. #sportsscience #biomechanics #swingcatalyst #trackman #flightscope #golf #precisionathletica
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  • about 3 hours ago
    Just when you think you have normal #running mechanics....notice the left leg!!! Our skilled professionals can evaluate running mechanics and customize a treatment/training program that best fits your needs!! #togetherstronger #biomechanics #marathontraining #5ktraining #functionaltraining #keepmovingforward
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