152kg/335lbs 5 x 6
Followed by sled pushes, trap bar carries, sprints, hip extensions and a few more torturous exercises. Off seasons are for #healf, being more athletic, getting in shape and filling in the gaps.
📝This is a cool post from my buddy @joegambinodpt on controlling and gaining hip mobility. When Joe wears his merlot skinnies, the people listen. 💃🏽
📚I would file this movement into the bigger picture idea of functional range conditioning- where the goal is to gain mobility through better muscle activation.
🗃Eccentric Neural Grooving (ENG) uses eccentric muscle contractions to help build better neurological control. The goal is to improve control of your mobility.
✅The kettlebell adds an extra load to the external rotators of your hip, making the eccentric lowering more challenging. Place your hand on the floor at the bottom of the movement to help you get back up.
⚠️If you can’t sit in a 90/90, do not attempt. Scroll back to my earlier posts about shin box and hip mobility and start there. 👉🏼 #TeddyTalksHips
I never thought that I will find the nerve to lift it but I did. Looking at it appears intimidating but everyone minded their own so I focused on mine. I just surprised myself today 😍 Greatly appreciate the humour & guidance of my coach today. You didn’t only watch us, you wodded with us!💪🔥🔥🏋️#deadlift#crossfit#livelovelift#mindset
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With all of our time spent at our jobs pouring over numbers at work and turning our brains off in front of the television, there is still one place we all still truly live. When we put out hands on a barbell or the handle of a rower or stand in front of a box, we know that we are about to live.