📚Significado de superação: ter domínio de; vencer; fazer desaparecer; remover; resolver. .
👉🏼Diria até que vai além. Além da vontade ou da dor. Aprendi nos últimos dias que, algumas vezes, é preciso apertar o pause, ✋ curar as dores, pra depois voltar pro play. Foi assim que fiz. Uns dias sem treinos, uns dias de angústias, uns dias de fortes dores, uns dias de escuridão. Mesmo diante disso tudo, a mente positiva é o que me fez superar e querer seguir em frente, é o que me fortaleceu, é o que me recuperou. Ainda não estou 100%, mas já estou ficando. Segui a dieta, com meus óculos escuros mesmo 😎😅, segui focado, hoje já treinei.💪🏻E aos poucos, vamos voltando à normalidade.🙏🏻
O que quero dizer com isso é que dor, sofrimento, angústia e problemas todos nós temos. Só precisamos ser mais fortes que nossas limitações, que nossa zona de conforto, que nossa vontade de desistir. ✔Eu não desisti. Que eu possa ser exemplo pra você também não desistir - ✔da dieta, ✔da academia, ✔dos seus sonhos... .
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➖Work on your strengths. Work on your weaknesses➖
A few of my strengths?
▪️A huge heart
I wasn’t born with these things. Most were instilled in me and I became good at them because I worked at them (except for leg day and cooking. Those were simply because I worked hard at them!)
And because I still do.
Some of my weaknesses?
▪️Social gatherings with people I don’t know
▪️Drinking enough water
And because I am not great at these, I need to work harder to get better at them.
And I know the saying goes, “practice makes perfect”. And although we arent striving for perfection, we are striving to get better.
So maybe we should make a new saying that is something like “Practice makes you better”. A little more realistic, no?
Here is a little arm workout for ya, in case that’s your weakness, too, and you wanna give it a try:
▪️Bicep Curl Machine- 3 sets 10-12 reps
▪️Tricep Extension Machine- 3 sets 10-12 reps (I did tricep pulldowns instead)
▪️EZ bar curl- 3 sets 10-12 reps (I did it with dumbbells)
▪️Overhead cable rope extension- 3 sets 10-12 reps
▪️Cable rope hammer curl- 3 sets of 10-12 reps
▪️Dips- 2 sets until failure, rest two mins in between!
Finish with cardio!
Let me know how it goes!
And a special shoutout to my video editor, @vincent_hecht , for always adding farts in 💨
Core is so much more than just doing sit ups.
1. Leg lifts, I’ve really been focusing on keeping my legs engaged and toes pointed.
2. Middle split side extensions, again here, toes pointed, legs engaged, I rotated my grip on the 10lb weight to open up my chest. I also didn’t go all the way down to touch my foot, this made me engage my core more.
3. Reverse plank hold, I feel a theme here of legs engaged and toes pointed, for me personally I had focus on engaged my glutes and tucking my tail bone to fight against the post anterior tilt.
4. Bosu V-ups, although sped up here, I did this drill very slow, again legs and toes, and working on tucking my tail bone to activate my core fully to not fall to one side of the other.
5. Front lever progression, I was mind blown the day after I first did these, it doesn’t seem like much but when you truly engage everything and lower down as slow as possible, trust me, you’ll feel it.
6. I know this as tittibhasana or firefly pose, one of my weaknesses, but you don’t get better unless you practice. Today I finally figured out the proper shoulder rotation to get my arms extending and hands fully engaged on the floor. So that’s exciting.
7. Front walk over, again work on your weakness, that means both legs. I can do back walk overs for days. So I’ve made it a goal to be able to do the same for my front walk overs.