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hello❣️what would you like to see next??? . i’ve been running super behind on content because of my final exams, but just wanted to make this check in post and let y’all know that ill be putting out a lot of great content soon!!!💜 . SO what would you like to see more of? workouts? recipes? fitness tips/tricks? ⬇️COMMENT DOWN BELOW!! ⬇️ . . #519london #torontofitness #fitnessto #fitnessjournal #fitnesslondonontario #kinesiology #health #wellness #nutrition #fitnessmotivation #personaltrainer #fitnesslifestyle  #finalsweek #change #healthcoach #fitfam #finalszn
JOINT MOVEMENT occurs as skeletal muscles contract, which pulls on the muscles tendon, which is attached to a bone. Depending on which side of the joint the tendon travels, a particular movement will happen. . Skeletal muscle cells are wrapped in a series of connective tissue layers. Individual cells are wrapped in a loose network of collagen, called Endomysium. Then, bundles of cells are wrapped together with a more dense collagenous layer called Perimysium. Finally, a third dense layer of collagen wraps the bundles together to create the muscle itself. This final layer is the Epimysium. . Tendons are continuations of the Perimysium and Epimysium. The collagen fibers arrange themselves in a parallel fashion, and then blend with its target bone. . When calcium enters the skeletal muscle cell, a series of events occurs that results in two proteins attaching to one another — myosin and actin. When these proteins attach, they perform what’s called the Power Stroke. When thousands upon thousands upon thousands of power strokes occur, the end result is a skeletal muscle contraction. . The connective tissue layers move as the muscle shortens, which then puts tension on the tendon, thereby causing movement at the joint. . Enjoying these videos? Let us know in the comments below what you’d like to see next! . #instituteofhumananatomy #science #biology #biomechanics #kinesiology #muscles #cadaver #anatomy #anatomylab #yoga #pilates #fitness #education #learning #humanbody #humananatomy
Exercícios para pacientes com parkinson 🔁 #repost from @physiogram
“Why would you go on roaccutane it’s such a harsh drug?” 🙄⁣ ⁣ I tried clean eating, kinesiology + 100s of antibiodics. This attack on my skin was just uncontrollable 😳⁣ ⁣ Before you judge someone for going on this drug just remember it’s never their first option. It took me a lot of time to agree on going on it and it’s the best decision I’ve made ❤️⁣ ⁣ I felt so down when my skin was this bad. I locked myself at home for months and avoided anything where I’d see anyone. The mildest form of acne can severely impact a persons life ✨⁣ ⁣ The photo on my right is myself tonight - day 131 🤩⁣ ⁣ #acne #irishblogger #skincare #niblogger #adultacne #ukblogger #roaccutane #skincareblogger #accutane #discoverunder1k #kinesiology #rosacea #progress #improvement #skin #environ #imageskincare #bareminerals #tropic #kiehls #thebodyshop
❗️EXERCISES FOR UPPER POSTURAL ISSUES❗️ . As mentioned in my previous post, this postural problem affects many people today, including myself. . Here are some of my personal favourite rehabilitative exercises. 👌🏼 While doing these exercises, make sure to squeeze your shoulder blades and keep your core tight! Also!! Don’t forget to breathe. I usually do them everyday, 2 sets of 10-12 reps. . I hope this mess of a video was helpful to you!😂 It was honestly so hard to record but I’m working on getting better equipment!! And on my smile!!!🤪 . If you know anyone who might benefit from this, please share it with them. Thank youuu✨ . . . #posture #poorposture #kinesiology #exercise #healthcoach #fitnessjournal #physicalactivity #mindful #change #movement #workinprogress #fitnessto #fitness #healthtips #fitspo #fitness #canadafitness #flourish #rehab #rehabilitation #fitnessnewbie
❗️UPPER POSTURAL ISSUES❗️ . Due to desk jobs and smartphones, in today’s day and age, people tend to have upper back postural issues. Constantly sitting in the same position, while looking down has caused back and neck muscles to be super deconditioned. This means, muscles such as trapezius (neck) and rhomboids (upper back between the shoulder blades) aren’t getting enough activation + strengthening! 👎🏼 And muscles such as your pectoralis (chest) and abdominals are constantly contracting (👎🏼 X 2) . .  This video is an illustration and a wake up call for everyone who ignores their postural issues! It shows what upper postural issues might look like, compared to how correct posture should look like! You might have a slight version of this, or you may be developing certain aspects of it (forward neck/inward shoulders) due to your lifestyle. . From someone who really struggles with their posture, please don’t ignore these signs. Posture effects your sleep, your breathing, and even your performance at work/gym! It should be taken more seriously!🗣 If YOU feel that you need to make this change, go from the “slouch” position to the “correct” position then stay tuned! . . . I hope this helped you!💜 Please share it with someone you feel like might benefit from this. Thanks!✨ . . . #posture #poorposture #healthcoachlife #fitnessjournal #slouch #physicalactivity #kinesiology #movement #stretch #fitness #fitnessto #fitnessmotivation #healthtips #fitspo #workinprogress
Terapia em idosos 🔁#Repost @fisio.geriatria
Some flag to elbow lever flow. Can’t wait to make this smooth. This variation with two benches works great for me because of the restrictions I have with my neck #exercise #fitness #kinesiology #calisthenics #dogsofinstagram #kashymonster #calisthenicsworkout #calisthenicgirls #vanfit with @adairtrainer @thebarvancouver_
🦵🏼Pin squats🦵🏼 Great accessory lift for those sticking points in your squat! Set the pins on the rack at about the height of the toughest part of your squat. By placing the bar a few inches under, you are able to start at the bottom of your squat and push up into the pins for an isometric hold, in order to increase positional strength at your sticking point, improve the quality of your movement, increase your strength, and burn your legs off😎👌🏽 . . . . . #fitness #legday #squat #barbell #idoportal #torontofitness #backpain #physio #kinesiology #physicaltherapy #athleanx #mobilitywod #hipadduction #myodetox #dailyyogapost #calisthenics #yogichallenge #stretchdaily #hipmobility #barbellworkouts #movementlabtraining
💥HIP STRENGTH OPTIONS💥 . ✍️Some nice options here addressing the posterior hip complex. Working on double and single options. Working at different lengths, eccentrically working the posterior musculature and biasing stabilization through each of the variations. . ❤️TAG FRIENDS ‼️ . ❤️COMMENT ‼️ . ❤️ SHARE THIS ‼️
Balance halten ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ In unserem Leben geht es ständig darum die Balance zu halten ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🌀zwischen Arbeit und Freizeit 🌀zwischen Familie und Freunden 🌀zwischen den eigenen Wünschen und denen des Partners 🌀zwischen Stress und Entspannung 🌀zwischen Sport und Netflix ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🌀zwischen Ein- und Ausatmen ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🌀zwischen Geben und Nehmen ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Diese Liste könnte ich unendlich fortsetzen. Wir müssen ständig Prioritäten setzen, da uns in jedem Augenblick sehr viele Möglichkeiten zur Verfügung stehen. Aber egal zu welcher Seite wir neigen, was wir gerade besser finden, wenn wir nicht wissen, wie wir die zwei Gegensätze ausbalancieren können, kippt das ganze System und alles steht unter Wasser 😅. Manchmal sogar sprichwörtlich 😉 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Ich wünsche dir immer einen Weg zurück in die Mitte zu finden und dabei vor allem deinen eigenen Kern nicht zu verlieren. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Fühle dich umarmt  Deine Xenia
Happy #featurefriday✨! . Meet Ilana, a fourth year kinesiology student at Ontario Tech!✨ . Ilana and I met when I was doing my NSERC over the summer in immunology. The projects that I was working on were collaborations with the kinesiology department. One of the the studies was Ilana’s, who was working over the summer as a research work-study student🙋🏻. She collected the exercise science data and I helped to collect participant samples which I then analyzed via ELISAs. Needless to say we were a dream team, wouldn’t you agree @ilanapatlan ?😂🤓 . Ilana has continued our research from the summer as part of her fourth year research practicum course. She also currently holds a research position at Toronto Rehab researching the effects of HIIT training among type 2 diabetes.  She has one term left at Ontario Tech before graduating this spring with a Bachelor in Health Sciences-Honours🎓. Ilana is hoping to pursue research by beginning a Master’s program focusing on exercise and nutrition intervention on chronic diseases (i.e. obesity) in the fall of 2020. . I thought this feature was SUPER fitting being as though I’ve spent the last two weeks in my Immunology block in med school which brought back all of my immunology research memories from the summer and the great friendships I made @ilanapatlan ✨☀️ . #medschool #medstudent #toronto #canada #research #kinesiology #immunology #fourthyear #graduating
Fine-tuning during last phase of ACL rehab with @w.dammers: Perturbation, deceleration, movement pattern robustness, rate of force development, co-contraction.
@jordchristianson and I were experimenting with Fascial rolling and she came up with this neat gem. She’s tractioning my leg, pulling down on my QL and pulling on my rib cage skin all at once. It felt unbelievable and my left arm was able to reach a full 2” higher than my right after 😂 #fascialstretchtherapy #fst #stretch #movement #kinesiology #stretchlove #stretchdrunk
🎥#️⃣1️⃣ ✔️ . . 🎥#️⃣2️⃣ ➡️ 4️⃣ ✖️ ✖️ ✖️ . . . 🐰🐰🐰 . . thank you @josi_pinheiro03 for your many words of encouragement throughout these videos and capturing me at my best 😝  ____________________________________________#boxjumps #boxjump #explosiveness #agility #agilitytraining #stillgotit #loudoun #strengthtraining #strengthcoach #femalecoach #kinesiology #biomechanics #ashburnva #workoutvideo #jumptraining #dmvfitness #fitwomen #activelifestyle #jumpup #glutestrength #hops #plyometrics #plyo #plyometricstraining #fitnessgirl #elitewellnessdmv #athletes #workoutroutine
First (real) upper body workout in OVER A YEAR complete - and it felt good!!! 🎉⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ It’s been a hell of a journey, but it’s about time to see what muscle memory can really do!⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ I’m documenting the process, because I do expect to have a pretty radical transformation.  With a solid 9 years of weight training under my belt, I’d guess muscle should come back pretty fast.  I sure hope so lol, my legs sure need it 😂⁣⁣ ⁣ I’ll likely actually only be lifting twice a week max!  I’d like to put most of my energy into working on calisthenics, enjoying yoga, and generally enjoying movement 🙃 ⁣ ⁣ I’ve always really admired people who could do impressive bodyweght movements so now seems like a great time to play around a little!⁣ #strongerthanever⁣ ⁣
💥SHOULDER WARMUP OPTIONS💥 . Here is an option to warm up the shoulder complex using a simple loop band. The resistance band is a good option for constant tension throughout the motion and can be easily progressed with different resistance of the band. Here’s a few options that I use at times prior to a ‘shoulder’ biased day to ‘activate’ the warm up complex. . ❤️TAG A FRIEND‼️ . ❤️COMMENT ‼️ . ❤️SHARE THIS ‼️
💥 BALANCE OPTIONS 💥 . ✍️Single leg balance is crucial in many athletic events, training, rehab progressions, etc. Here are some nice progressions/options to address single leg stability using the resistance band, an AIREX pad, and a kettle bell. Countless progressions and exercises for single leg balance, here are just a few I was playing around with. . ❤️TAG FRIENDS ‼️ . ❤️COMMENT ‼️ . ❤️ SHARE THIS ‼️
🔥SHOULDER STRENGTH OPTIONS 🔥 . ✍️Here is a nice simple strengthening exercise for the shoulder complex. Using the dumbbell as the resistance, performing “A, Y, T, I’s” and pull to external rotation. These are ways to target the shoulder complex, however, a band could take place of the dumbbell. I often use this as a “activation series” or warm up or superset of an exercise. . ❤️TAG FRIENDS‼️ . ❤️COMMENT ‼️ . ❤️ SHARE THIS ‼️
🤓 The hip rotators are the muscles which contract to rotate the hip either internally - so that the toes point in toward the body, or externally - so that the toes point out away from the body  __ 📌 Primarily this is done by the gluteal muscles in most hip positions, however, there are also some other less frequently talked about muscles which contribute to this called the deep hip external rotators  __ 🤔 Why is hip rotator strength important?  __ 1️⃣ Hip rotator strength can be a factor for our ability to drive through the hips - which is important for athletic performance in things like golf, pitching, tennis, etc  __ 2️⃣ The deep hip external rotators act essentially as the rotator cuff of the hip joint. Similar to how the rotator cuff encapsulates the upper arm bone to keep it stable within the socket, the deep hip external rotators help do this at the hip  __ 🤔 Why might we want to strengthen them?  __ 1️⃣ To maximize that hip drive/athletic performance 2️⃣ If we have hip pain (or to a lesser degree knee pain.) Strengthening the deep hip external rotators may be valuable for someone with a very mobile hip - commonly seen with cheerleaders, gymnasts, and highly flexible individuals 3️⃣ These exercises can also be used to improve our hip rotation mobility  __ 🤔 How do we strengthen them? Included above  is a variety of options - however it’s important to note that which muscles we target depends on the position of the hip joint  __ ➡️ According to a 1999 study by Delp when the hip is in flexion (thigh closer to chest) the gluteals primarily serve to internally rotate the hip - which is counter to the usual thought of them externally rotating the hip __ ❗️ This means if we want to isolate the deep hip external rotators we best do so with the thigh closer to the chest. To target the glutes either work on internal rotation with the thigh up, or external rotation with the leg straighter to extended  __ 👫 Have a friend
•POS•Posterior Lunge w/ Rotary Row• This may not look like your average lunge position, I guarantee you it’s more effective on the glute, core, and lat than what you’re used to. By keeping the back leg straight and loading the opposite arm we simulate a movement closer to the transformational phase of gait, allowing a more isolated stimulus on the glute, as well as active rotation with the core and back muscles that drive rotation. • •  #woodsidekc #kansascity #personaltrainer #fitness #fitspiration #trxtraining #trxworkout #coretraining #stability #squat #lunge #asrv #kansascity #landminetraining #strength #gains #stretch #glutes #strength #benchpress #aesthetics #knee #kinesiology
The hip hinge can be a difficult movement to own, but nothing is impossible with practice! (Ps. It’s essential for the 🍑) — Here’s a tool I like to use during a warm-up or as practice. The long band is secured under my mid-foot/ across my upper back & I have a mini-band above my knees to cue more activation in the glutes. — Tips: - Keep a slight bend in the knees, chest up & back flat - Send the hips back & keep core braced (ribs down) - Push the floor away & pull the hips through to stand up
🔥HIP MOBILITY OPTIONS🔥 . 👮 This is a nice post on working on hip external rotation. Consists of pre-setting the hip into particular ranges of motion and ‘lifting off’ from that position or holding the position to develop time under tension. This works on active control of the range, specifically hip external rotation. Progressions and regressions should be made with these depending on levels of control! . ❤️TAG FRIENDS ‼️ . ❤️LEAVE A COMMENT ‼️ . ❤️ SHARE THIS ‼️
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#repost @gruposaudesenior ・・・ Síndrome do Piriforme👉 O piriforme é um músculo da região do quadril. Anatomicamente, está próximo ao nervo ciático e pode causar sua compressão, dando o nome à síndrome. Pode resultar de anomalias musculares com hipertrofia, de fibrose ou de alterações anatômicas (parciais ou totais) do nervo, dor miosfascial e miosite, hiperlordose,  traumatismos na região sacro-ilíaca e glútea (ex. prótese total do quadril), de pseudo-aneurismas da artéria glútea inferior, hematomas ou de esforço físico exagerado. #piriforme #fisioterapia #medicine #enfermagem  #kinesiology #vilasdoatlantico #fisioterapia #gruposaudesenior #gruposaúdesênior #neurofisio #medical  #salvador #laurodefreitas #geriatria #geriatra #gerontologia #sindromedopiriforme #idoso #idosos #enfermeira  #enfermeiras  #physiotherapy  #piriformisstretch #piriformes #síndromedopiriforme
It is a blessing to find a career than you genuinely enjoy and brings positivity to your life. Not too long ago I was like any average KIN student with the goal to become a physiotherapist. I always thought what they did and the level of knowledge they obtained was fascinating. However the more I got into my career as a varsity athlete, and the more serious injuries I sustained, my passions and visions refocused. As helpful as my physios have been over the years, I wanted to shift my efforts to what happens before the injury. The more I got into coaching the more I wondered what my sporting career could have been like had I taken strength training and injury prevention more seriously for myself. Unfortunately for me it took one ACL rupture and reconstructive surgery to really realize the importance of the two.  My goal as a coach is to shift that focus and motivation onto as many athletes as I can, in hopes to help prevent as many physical set backs as possible. . . . 📷:@iplayjavelin  #strengthandconditioning #health #training #vancouver #yvr #strength #injuryprevention #kinesiology #wellness #fitness #motivation
Here I have MLB pro baseball players @austinmeadows13 and @parkermeadows03_ performing an incredibly effective pull & push superset that works the entire body via oblique sling activation patterns.  Before discussing this movement, reminder we’re having our Thanksgiving & Black Friday Special with 30% off all training programs, books & workout routines on website. Use code BLACK30 expires Monday at midnight. See link in bio.  The T-bench chest press is a movement I originally highlighted several years ago in an article at T-Nation . The idea is that the harder you drive with the legs and glutes the more it opens your posture and chest by firing the upper back as it helps optimize t-spine positioning and shoulder mechanics (i.e. retraction). It also helps produce greater hip drive during the concentric phase - a critical element of proper bench press form. The head off component further enhances this as the cervical spine is not compressed into a fixed surface which can produce shoulder crowding.  With this variation shown here by Parker, the harder you drive the opposite leg into hip flexion the greater the glute activation of the support leg thereby producing greater hip drive, shoulder retraction, and power during the press.  As an added bonus there is significant rotational forces you must resist by firing your core, abs, & stabilizers of the hips.  The rowing exercise shown by Austin is deceptively difficult. Besides targeting elements of balance & stability it also taxes the oblique sling as the lats, glutes, & core work together in one synchronized motion.  NOTE: this drill is only as effective as the effort & control you choose to apply. If you rush through this movement, & don’t focus on producing perfect alignment from head to toe, this drill will do very little other than reinforce sloppy activation patterns. To reap the benefits of this drill requires the athlete to pay very close attention to the smallest details including 90 deg