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    ვარჯიში და ჯანსაღი ცხოვრების წესი მსოფლიოს ერთ-ერთ მთავარ ტრენდად იქცა. ამ სფეროსაც ჰყავს თავისი ინფლუენსერები, რომლებიც ყოველდღიურად ზრუნავენ იმაზე, რომ საკუთარი შედეგი ანახონ რაც შეიძლება მეტ გამომწერს, აუმაღლონ მოტივაცია და უბიძგონ, რომ დაიწყონ სხეულის მოვლა.

    მსოფლიოში რამდენი ფიტნეს დარბაზიც არის, ალბათ ორი იმდენი ფიტნეს გოგონაა, მაგრამ არსებობენ განსაკუთრებით პოპულარულები, რომლებიც ორსულობის დროსაც კი მაგალითი მიმცემები არიან ქალბატონებისთვის.

    მაშ ასე, თვალი გადაავლეთ Harpers Bazaar-ის რჩეულ ფიტნეს გოგონებს:

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    What is hot? | Look, I know that reasons to exercise like; ⁣ ⁣ ‘Improved Joint-health, cognitive function, prevention of; heart disease, alzheimers, mental health disorders, type 2 diabetes and certain types of cancers’ although important aren’t exactly going to be the things that get you jumping out of bed. ⁣ Particularly because the activity you have to get up for (exercise) is uncomfortable (it kind of has to be to yield an adaptation – aka. Results).⁣ ⁣ This is where training to look a certain way (aesthetics) can play a part in short term motivation. Regardless of whether you agree to the beauty standards most people want to look hot.⁣ ⁣ But what does looking hot really mean?⁣ ⁣ The older I get (and the more relationships I experience) the more I realise that ‘attraction’ is down to a feeling not a look. Attraction comes from witnessing in the other, a certain level of self-confidence, power and vulnerability (ideally in equal parts), self-respect and self-love.⁣ ⁣ What does this have to do with exercise?⁣ ⁣ EXERCISE (provided the intention for doing it isn’t soaking in self-loathing) is an expression of self-respect and self-love. ⁣ ⁣ EXERCISE generates a feeling of independence and confidence.⁣ ⁣ EXERCISE reignites and connects you to the incredible, resilient power your body has to adapt to imposed demands. That makes you feel pretty f***ing powerful, even if just a minor adaptation.⁣ ⁣ Prevention of Illness is a pretty important reason to exercise, but if it doesn’t get you out of bed this morning, self-respect, discipline and the desire to feel powerful just might.⁣ ⁣ See you on the mat. ⁣ link in bio.

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    SAME but DIFFERENT – exercise variations Hit LIKE 💙 to show support and 💾 for later so you don’t miss out It TRUUULY makes me so so happy that you like the NEW idea of my videos ”SAME but DIFFERENT” 🙏🏼 Backkkkk with a new one and this time for our SHOULDERS!!! 🔥 Again.. in this video I simply want to show you some common SHOULDER exercises that will target your muscle differently, even tho it’s aaaalmost the same movement. As I said.. when you train it’s IMPORTANT that you think THROUGH your muscles girls!! Which part/parts are working and where can you feel the soreness WHAT would you like to see in the next “SAME but DIFFERENT”❓Let me know Below you can read more information about the different exercises EXERCISES; 1️⃣ LATERAL RAISES (standard) | When twisting your shoulders forward and lift with pinkies up first, that will give you more side shoulder THUMBS UP LATERAL RAISES | Notice that I’m lifting with my thumbs up.. that lil twist back will give you more front shoulders 2️⃣ ROPE FACE PULL | This will active your rear delts aka back shoulders. Keep straight posture and this one will smash the area ROPE HIGH ROWS | As soon as you pull the rope under your chin and against your chest, this will give you more and more mid back target 3️⃣ REVERSED SHOULDER PRESS | When using the reversed grip and pressing up that will give you more front shoulder SHOULDER PRESS – standard | This one will give you more over all shoulder strength TAG YOUR FRIENDS 💙 and save the video to support you in the gym AD | Wearing @gymshark HW flex & studio bra 🎶 Here we are – E.L ❇️ Spotify list; haoberg

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    Many of us incorporate plenty of bilateral lower body exercises into our training, but what about B-stance and single-leg? ⁣ ⁣ The B-stance (or kickstand) is a supported single-leg stance. Unlike true single-leg exercises, you don’t have to worry so much about balance and you can get in a solid training effect without lifting super heavy weight. These are also great as they’re easier on the spine and can help you work on asymmetries. Most of the load should be on the working leg, but you’ll find that roughly 20-30% of the load will still be on the supporting leg.⁣ ⁣ ⁣ Contrast this with the true single-leg, which you’ll likely find more difficult in that you need more balance and coordination to execute. ⁣ ⁣ Shown are a sampling of some of the more common bilateral, B-stance, and single-leg lower body exercises. You can use numerous implements, including barbells, kettlebells, and cables. Try to sprinkle in at least a few B-stance or single-leg lower body exercises into your training throughout the week. This month’s unilateral and core work focus in Lift with Sohee incorporates a solid variety of some of these plus more into our sessions. 🙈🔥 ⁣ ⁣⁣ In order, the exercises shown are as follows: ⁣ ⁣⁣ 1️⃣Goblet squat ⁣ 2️⃣B-stance goblet squat ⁣ 3️⃣Pistol squat (assisted) ⁣ 4️⃣DB hip thrust ⁣ 5️⃣B-stance DB hip thrust ⁣ 6️⃣Single-leg DB hip thrust ⁣ 7️⃣DB Romanian deadlift ⁣ 8️⃣B-stance DB Romanian deadlift ⁣ 9️⃣Single-leg DB Romanian deadlift ⁣ ⁣ What are your favorites? ⁣ ⁣ ✨LiftWithSohee.com✨

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    HIP FLOW 💕 #mobility . Some cues to keep in mind: 🔸Make things MOVE – actively 🔸Be HONEST with your movement – are you moving from your intended joint or compensating for larger movements through the spine? 🔸It is OKAY to allow the knee to pass the toe – just know your intention of the movement. For example, I did it to stretch into ankle dorsiflexion. 🔸Don’t FORCE range your body doesn’t quite have yet. Pigeon pose doesn’t HAVE to be a perfect 90 degree position if your body does not have the range. Allow the body to find it overtime. 🔸Move SLOW – this video is sped up 4x 🔸BREATHE – through the abdomen, ribcage, and up into the chest. Create a 360 breath pattern. Release the belly and let it naturally move. . All it takes is 5-10 minutes/day. Your body is working for you 1440 minutes/day. Take the time. Your body is so worth showing some love to 🙏 #docjenfit #themobilitymethod #theoptimalbody . 🎶: Superficial Love – @itsruthb

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    ⭐️I won’t be the person to tell you to do endless cardio… unless you want to. I won’t be the person who will advise you to cut out a food group to reach your “goals” quicker. I also will never be the person that will promote quick fixes and unsustainable results. Stop viewing your health as a quick fix, because at the end of it all you have you every single day for the rest of your life… so be gentle, work hard, be consistent and fuel your body with wholesome nutritional food. I train 3-5 days a week I love cooking my own food and knowing what I’m putting into my body! I have no idea how much I weigh and honestly I don’t even care I have crappy sessions / days / weeks and I have really great sessions too! I used to train to look a certain way now I train because it’s my escape from my reality, it’s my therapy and it’s my time to be present! I have stretch marks and i don’t even think twice about it… I’m like hey girl you good! I also help hundreds and thousands of women ALL around the WORLD❗️ focus on themselves for themselves…. to train a way that fits them and to eat a way they love! I’m proud of the entire @toneandsculptapp community. Thank you for always being my daily motivation to keep on going no matter what 💙 PS I had sweet potato in my mouth as I was filming this teheheheh

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    Physique Update ✨Height – 5’5.5” ✨Weight – 130lbs ✨Training – 4x a week my Built Aesthetics program on @fitplan_app not going by any calendar just training whatever feels like I haven’t trained in over a week 🤣 ✨Cardio – sprints once maybe twice a week ✨Diet – NONE! Not following macros or anything, just eating clean-ISH lol. ✨Alcohol – I have drinks once or twice a week especially during this holiday season. I’ll have anywhere from 3-6 drinks lol, got hammered the other day 😬 MY STRUGGLES RIGHT NOW * Being ok with not training super hard and every day * cooking at home! Fuuucckkk, cooking for one person is sooo hard so I’ve been buying lots of my food 🤦🏽‍♀️. * Thinking I need to do more cardio, when I really don’t lol. Not to lose weight but just the “I need to feel like death in order to feel like I’m doing something” mentality I have. I’m not doing any competitions or eating any certain way for any reason. IM JUST OUT HERE LIVIN. Feels good too! : : : #fit #fitness #fitnessmotivation #fitfam #fitnessgirl #fitspo #liftweights #love #beautiful #healthylifestyle #lifestyle #life #bodygoals #wcw #humpday #womenempowerment #women #body #bodybuilding #motivation #dedication #inspire #inspiration

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    Here’s a superset (exercises paired back to back) I did in today’s upper body session: neutral grip chin up with added pause when chin reaches above bar and seated cable single arm row 💪🏼 On both these movements, I’m focused on chest to bar and wrist to hip. This helps me drop my shoulder blades down and away from my ears (scapular depression and retraction) and prevents overrowing and upper traps from taking over. As someone who has tweaked her neck multiple times in the past year due to poor scapular movement, I take form with my pulling very seriously. TWK knows this- I am always hammering away form with them. Chest to bar, wrists to hips. We don’t want any scapular elevation with these movements 💪🏼 www.katiesonier.com

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    It’s so amazing what you can teach your body to do if you‘re willing to suck at it while you learn 🙌 ⠀ ⠀⠀ I became an Iron Man a couple of years ago because I wanted to know what pure dedication felt like. In my first race just testing out the event, I placed one spot off of qualifying for the World Championships 🌎 It hurt so badly at the time knowing that I didn’t go all out, but ended up being a blessing because it gave me the freedom to move on as I realised that really I was just craving learning to train in all kinds of ways. ⠀ ⠀⠀ My goal is to be rounded and to workout inclusively, so there’s nothing I can’t take part in and experience. I want to feel strong and fast and to not feel intimidated by anything, which has always been the best part of constantly trying new things 😈 ⠀ ⠀⠀ There’s a lot of my training that I don’t show because it’s not super accessible, but I think I’ll start sharing a little more since I talk about being functional and training to move like an athlete so much ☺️ Last week I went back to sprint hurdles which I haven’t practiced in so long just because I felt like it, and it made me so happy 🤗

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