I really do love peeling apart a whole roasted chicken with my bare hands. For Dinner, a $7.99 whole rotisserrie Chicken from #wholefoods will last me 3 nights... I do the #mealprep for Dinner... and set aside 3 portions. #nutrition #burnthefat #feedthemuscle High Protein: #hardfaststrong So simple even a busy person can do it: #mealplanning #macros --------- #wod #weightlossgoals #fatburning #legday #sprinting #HIIT #workout #nyc #martialarts #martialartist #kettlebells #heavybag #boxing #powercleans #hardfaststrong #kokyustrength #gregsoon

9/22/2017 5:06:19 AM 4
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Took the pups for a sprinting workout up the Negaunee Water Tower hill. 100 m x 6. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------#husky #huskies #huskies ofinstagram #huskies ofig #husky ❤️ #husky puppies #husky puppy #husky daily #dogsofinstgram #dog #dog #doggies #sleddog s #sleddog #wolf #wolves #wolfpack #wolfpup #malamute s #husky gram #huskies ofinstagram #malamute #blueeyeddog #watertower #aquaman #aquaman movie #fitness #crossfit #sprints #sprinting

9/22/2017 3:20:09 AM 0

Hey all of you runners out there in Instagram land....a old college buddy of mine, @ryan.banta just published his long anticipated Sprinters Compendium. Make sure to check out the link in his profile our on Amazon. "This book shouldn't be classified as a book for sprinters but as a resource for all coaches. There is a wealth of information that can be applied for athletes running the 60 meter dash all the way up to the Marathon. Let's face it, when it comes to track and field, it is never a bad thing to know how to run fast!" * * * * * #active #run #walk #mile #exercise #fitness goals #fitness #fit #gym #goals #yougotthis #you #workout #health #health y #track #track &field #track andfield #olympics #ncaa #crosscountry #running #sprinting #distance #marathon #runners

9/22/2017 3:13:51 AM 1

Band Resisted Bounds 1. Posture ✅ 2. Angles ✅ 3. Strike down & back ✅ 4. Project ✅ Speed is all about applying the most mass-specific force, in the shortest window of time, and orienting it in a way that propels and projects the center of mass forward. Band resisted bounds are a fantastic plyometric exercise that develop specific force application capabilities while allowing to athlete to self-organize more efficient linear acceleration mechanics. Bounds are a great tool to teach the athlete to actively strike the ground and apply tremendous amounts of force while maintaining appropriate stiffness of the lower limb to maximize use of the stretch shortening cycle. The inclusion of the band allows the athlete to "feel" a proper forward acceleration angle and to learn to push the ground down and back, orienting the applied propulsive forces horizontally to project themselves forward. When it comes to the band, more tension is not better. The band provides context for the athlete and decreases impact, allowing for higher volumes of deliberate practice and greater development of the SKILL of acceleration. Speed is king, and if you are an athlete looking to get faster to dominate in your sport, or the parent of an athlete looking to help your child take their game to the next level, stop by @goparabolic Hackensack or message me to sign up for our new Unleash Speed classes starting next week! We'll cover speed and agility mechanics, practice the skill of acceleration, and compete to put what's been learned into full-speed practice while having fun. Thanks @pjaayyy for a stellar example #teamparabolic #drive #unleashspeed #speed #speed kills #acceleration #plyometrics #power #sprint #sprint ing #hockey #football #soccer #basketball #performance #trackandfield #bounds #agility #jump #force #velocity #athleticperformance #strength #workout #combineprep #nflcombine #gainz #fast #fordakids #ifyouaintfirstyourelast

9/22/2017 3:00:48 AM 3
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When she does not want photos because she did not sleep.

9/22/2017 1:47:38 AM 2

Almost through Fitness Testing Week! Today I ran a 150m timed and followed it up with 5 x100m and some core work. The 150m was run out of a standing start (which I learned I suck at) so there's plenty of room for improvement. __________________________________________ 150m Time: 17.20

9/22/2017 1:36:36 AM 1

#repost @chrisabeardsley (@get_repost) ・・・ Most athletes do strength training to they can increase their ability to produce force at high speeds. This is how they improve their sprinting and jumping performances. Since strength training is velocity-specific, it makes sense to use plenty of high-velocity resistance exercises to prepare for sport, like jump squats and plyometrics. Looking at exactly why strength training is velocity-specific can help us identify the optimal ways to program high-velocity resistance exercise. This infographic sets out my current model for the mechanisms involved in improving high-velocity strength, but there is still a lot to learn! -------------------- #sandcresearch #strength andconditioning #strength training #strength #sportsscience #biomechanics #exercisescience #research #science topractice #performance #science #infographic #infographic s #hypertrophy #muscle #strength isspecific #velocity #fast #sprint #sprint ing #athlete #athlete s

9/22/2017 1:32:58 AM 0

It's a given that every athlete who runs, wants to run faster. And while some would think it impossible, there are a couple of scientifically proven/research backed methods that can improve both your acceleration and top end speed (the Russians have been using both for years so you know they must be good - right?). In no particular order they are - sled drags/pushes (pushing 80% of your body weight on the sled appears the most effective method) - gradient running (a 3-6 degree gradient are the figures you'll come across in the literature. It may surprise some to hear, but running downhill and creating overspeed is better than running uphill however using a combination of both is better than one or the other). Whilst there's no general consensus on volume etc regarding both these, as we're looking to improve acceleration/speed they would be best utilised with a great enough rest period that the athlete is fully recovered between sets (or as close to fully recovered as they can be). A sample day for a more serious athlete looking to develop running speed might look like AM training - warm up (10-15 minutes) - sled sprints 6x15m w/90 seconds rest - downhill sprint alt uphill sprint 6x30m w/90 seconds rest - strength/weight training 45-60 minutes PM - warm up (10-15 minutes) - skills practise and conditioning 30-45 minutes

9/22/2017 1:19:40 AM 2
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Not my personal best but couldn't be happier I did it. Probably should have trained and probably should have stretched but will worry about that later. Team GP tanked it. #bloombergsquaremile #sprinting #pistons

9/21/2017 11:15:59 PM 0
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