3.2km run on self-powered treadmill with 9kg vest. Personally for me, very challenging part of our deload week. But thats the another part of Crossfit or any training in general. Find your weaknesses and work on them.
@jd_pt_ kicked my butt on that run but I'll be back💪😂.
Mens vi venter spænding 👶
Min dejlige kæreste vokser så fint mens hun huser vores lille bandit.
Jeg glæder mig helt vildt til jeg skal være far, og jeg kunne ikke forestille mig en bedre kæreste eller en bedre mor til min søn end @christinadance7
Tusind tak for dig skat ❤️ Jeg håber naturligvis at flødedrengene @urskov2 @andreaspanayotis @liam_tirsbaektv @algreenussing accepterer at der nu kommer en nummer 6 💪
#fløde#flødedrengene#familyfirst#monhanblivertyksomfar ? #crossfitter#in # the #making
self care, guys. eat foods that make you FEEL good. work out with people who challenge and encourage you in a positive way. and when you feel good about yourself, affirm it. 👉🏻 today i grabbed mediums. MEDIUMS!? i’m officially out of the XXL/XL/mostly L range. hard to believe because the scale isn’t moving but F that guy.
This one goes pretty deep, check it out 👊🏻 [Link In Profile] And a BIG THANKS to @coachderz and @iamjeffthornton 👊🏻 #Repost @shruggedcollective
Ryan Moody (@thexplosivecoach) is known around the world for his explosive athleticism. He has broken multiple world records with both Guinness and the World Records Academy in various jumping feats. Ryan is also creator of THEXWOD, a program dedicated to furthering an individuals’ ability to build explosive power and speed.
Before breaking those records, Ryan had lived in a state of near constant pain since his life altering bike accident at 8 years of age. He spent most of his young adult life searching for methods to help him overcome his pain, while vigilantly pursuing all of his dreams and goals.
Ryan has overcome debilitating injuries, life-threatening and infectious disease, broken limbs, multiple concussions, double knee surgery, and even paresis (partial loss / impairment of voluntary movement). He was told by doctors on 3 separate occasions that he would; "never walk, run, or play sports again." Professionals have even referred to him as a "Scientific Anomaly!"
In his pursuit of breaking multiple world records, Ryan developed a multitude of health and fitness programs on diverse platforms for all types of people. He travels the world speaking about “Strength Through Adversity”, “Prolonging Lifespan & Increasing Quality of Life”, and conducts training seminars that teach his health and fitness methodologies.
In this episode, Ryan shares how he coaches a wide range of athletes including children, olympians, and crossfitters to prioritize explosiveness in the hips. He takes the conversation further north and talks about the importance of mindset, especially when it comes to a heavy lift, using Michael Jordan’s “sick game” as an example of simply turning the mind off and playing.
- Jeff and Mycal
Show notes: http://www.shruggedcollective.com/fmfm_moody
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