PULL UP!! 💪🏽 I’ve always built my upper body strength through press ups and narrow arm pull ups. Recently @tsp_23 challenged me to try a wider grip pull-up. A bit more difficult for me but not long before I make it to 10 reps! #workoutwednesday
Some people run in the rain, others just get wet. @kwarholm 🔥💨⚡️🏃🏾♂️
I will find strength in the rain 🌧☔️🏃🏾♂️🥇
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Thanks so much @sharpshootersa for showing me the @garmin IQ section and being able to change my forerunner 235 from both the home screen to the data fields for when I run. EVERYTHING I need on just one screen!! It's like I have a brand new watch!
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Perching on surfaces improves balance, core strength and gives you fab booty angles 💪🏼😂 lol jokes today I’m working on getting those booty gains so it’s glutes glutes glutes 💪🏼🍑 I’m also adding a few simple ab exercises in at the end to give them a bit of a blast too 😄
Slowly starting to feel so much better about my physique and get closer to my goals **thank you gym and thank you weights** .
Keep smiling guys and keep positive - even if life gives you lemons 🍋 - always remember you got this and you the g 👊🏼😘💕
@ivanaspanovic jumps a huge 10 steps PB in practice! How far do you think she jumped? 🤔👀
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@fabstar7 can jump almost as high as a high jumper. He uses his leg and pushes his body more towards the pit, where as a high jumper uses their leg and pushes away from the bar and pit. ——————————————————
He has some of the highest vertical velocities of any long jumper. His highest jumps are upwards of 4+m/s , where an elite high jumper may hit 4.20 m/s. Obviously, Fabrice travels much much farther, but is still able to achieve great height. Fabrice also takes off way faster, at around 10.5 m/s, whereas a high jumper may be around 8 m/s (averaged to about a 12 second 100m dash time for perspective.) What is the major difference between the two? As the strategies appear to be very similar?
1. High jumpers are lower and slower, and therefore can achieve higher vertical velocities due to an easier time blocking at takeoff.
2. High jumpers have very little if any negative foot speed at the plant.
3. High jumpers actively push backwards and inwards, whereas the push is oriented more forwards and downwards in long jump.
4. Both vault over the leg, but high jumpers leave the ground with a steeper takeoff angle (leg vertical), where as long jumpers leave the takeoff leg behind the body. Think about a pole vaulter with a vertical pole as they push off, as opposed to blowing through the pole and having it move way past vertical, into the pit, throwing them forwards more than upwards.