Published on Feb 4, 2018
Athen 2004's Silver medal winning Middleweight; Gennady Golovkin, Road to Silver. Rainy Day Boxing shows you the great GGG operating at the worlds best amateur boxing tournament. My tribute to Golovkin showing highlights of all his fights. Always fun to watch his amazing skill and powerful punches. Enjoy!
Published on Feb 5, 2018
Julia Vins is a russian powerlifter. She is twenty-one years old.
Two-time world champion in powerlifting among women.
She is the owner of the world record in the deadlift (AWPC) - 190 kg/418 lbs.
Body weight: 60-65 kg (132-143 lbs)
Squats: 235 kg (518 lbs)
Deadlift: 190 kg (418 lbs)
Bench press: 130 kg (286 lbs)
181: Darn Tough Founder Ric Cabot | Double Down on Your Strengths Spartan Up
Published on Feb 6, 2018
Manufacturing socks in a small town in Vermont, especially in the 80s and 90s when most companies were sending this work offshore, is hardly your standard business plan. Still, as of 2016, Darn Tough Socks was a 40 million dollar business. The name “Darn Tough” is a brilliant pun. The socks, like the CEO, are resilient (carrying a lifetime guaranty,) and relentlessly and thoroughly vetted and improved to strengthen them further. When asked for business advice Ric’s was simple “never, ever, give up.” What he’s found is that the hard way turned out to be the best way.
1.When things seem impossible, sometimes the answer is to double down on your strengths.
2.There is no such thing as negative feedback; it’s all valuable information that can steer you towards improvement.
3.Doing things the hard way can reap its own rewards.
4.Success is holistic - making the extra effort to support the community pays back in loyalty, quality and branding.
It's Thomas DeLauer and today I want to give you the breakdown of High-Intensity Interval Training, and why quite frankly you're probably doing it wrong.
So you might know me from creating the Science Based Six Pack Intermittent Fasting course, and if you don't already know about it you can check it out here: http://go2.sixpackshortcuts.com/SH3KL
But let's get down to the science of high-intensity interval training.
The thing is, in order to understand high-intensity interval training, we have to understand the different energy mechanisms in the body: anaerobic, and aerobic.
Anaerobic activity is when you are utilizing carbs as a source of fuel because your body is in such energy demand that it doesn't have time to create energy from oxygen that you breathe.
Aerobic activity is with oxygen. But what does that have to do with HIIT Training? Well HIIT Training is designed to tap into the anaerobic system. You see, when you're lifting weights, the energy demand is so high, so fast, you have to utilize carbs - you don't use oxygen.
So when it comes down to our cardio with HIIT Training, the whole idea is to tap into our anaerobic energy system...which means we want to elicit the same response within our bodies that we would be if we were weight training. The difference is, we're doing it with cardio.
Now your recovery...
Your recovery should take as long as it needs to for you to be able to go 100% again.
So there you have it guys, I just blew your mind when it comes down to HIIT training, which quite honestly is an important part of of the Science Based Six Pack program. So if you haven't already, check it out here:
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How to Balance Diet, Career & Family: Psychology Tips - Thomas DeLauer
People look at me and they say, "Thomas, you've got it all together. You've got a business. You've got a wife. You've got a wonderful kid. You've got your health. You've got your body." And they say, "You've got it all! You've got this whole package. Teach me. Teach me how to do this." The thing is, is no, I don't have it all together. I have it all together at each respective point in time, and I have some advice for you today, because so many people keep coming to me and they want me to teach them how I get all of this together. In reality, we have to understand, and I have to be honest with you, that this is the internet. It's easy for me to show you bits and pieces of my life, and it's easy for you to start making the connection in your brain that everything is perfect all the time, but it's not. And we have to understand how the brain works.
So, I want to talk today about how you can truly start being the best in every aspect of your life, in each respective time. You see, people always want to be an amazing husband, an amazing father, an amazing business person. They want to be super healthy, they want to be loved, they want to be liked by the community, all at the same, exact time. And if you ask me, that's truly a narcissistic way of looking at it, because it's not realistic. Now, I'm not saying that you're a narcissist. I'm saying that you probably don't have a sold understanding of how the brain really works.
See, the brain doesn't have an ability to multitask, so it's impossible for me to focus on being an amazing husband and an amazing father, at the same time that I'm focusing on running my business, at the same time that I'm focusing on what to eat at that very point in time, at the same time that I'm trying to be in touch with any spiritual beliefs that I might have. You see, it's impossible to do this all at once. So, you might be wondering, "Well, okay, then how does one do this? How does one become well-versed in all these different areas of their life?" Well, it first comes with understanding that we can not multitask. We can't do this all at once. The brain doesn't have that capability.
What the brain can do is task switch. So when I'm working with people ... When I'm working with executives or when I'm working with pro athletes or when I'm working with high-profile actors, a lot of the things that I talk about are things that relate back down to being present. So, if we don't have the ability to multitask, then how do we do this?
Okay, so if we break down our lives into the different pillars that are important to us, I generally break them down into four. I break it down into health and mindset, break it down into family, into business, and then, of course, your spirituality or your religion, depending on who you are, doesn't really matter. The thing is, we have to look at these four pillars, and if we neglect any one of them, our lives start to crumble, and if we promote too much of one, our lives will begin to be unbalanced. So we have to make sure that we're always treating them with balance. But you cannot give 25% effort to each thing all at once, otherwise you're never gonna be successful in those areas. And you can't give 100% of your effort to each one of those areas at once, because you don't have 400%. You have 100%.
So how on Earth can you be giving 100% into your business, 100% into your family, 100% into your health, and 100% into your religion or your spirituality at the same time? You tell me how that math works? What you can do is understand where you are in every single moment, every single second of each day, and that is how I exactly do it. That's exactly how it works for me. When I have my business hat on, at that very moment in time, I am 100% focused on that. My mind does not deviate. When I am at home with my family, and I am in family-mode, my mind does not deviate. When I am thinking about my mind and I'm trying to be spiritual, I'm trying to get in touch with meditation, there is nothing else there. When I am focusing on what to eat at that very given point in time, you better believe there is nothing else on my mind other than what is right in front of me, at that very second.
5 servings without rice 1&3/4C | 167 calories | 2.4g fat | 15.1g carb | 21.5g protein
5 servings with 1C rice | 407 calories | 5.9g fat | 63.1g carb | 26.5g protein
1 lb boneless skinless chicken breasts, cut into 1-inch pieces
1 bag broccoli florets
2 medium red bell peppers
1 bag of snap peas
Salt and pepper, to taste
Optional toppings: sesame seeds and green onions
For the sauce:
¼ cup lower-sodium soy sauce or coconut aminos
1 Tbsp thai sweet chili sauce
2 Tbsp honey
2 cloves garlic
1 tsp. fresh ginger
Bake at 400º for 20 minutes, mixing veggies halfway through.
Published on Feb 6, 2018
This is our third annual Influencer Academy Event! We will be closed for the rest of this round until April, but you can submit an application at http://amandabucci.com/influeceracademy if you want to be reviewed first for the next class.
Heavyweight Texas Strongman Austin Haye | LIFE of IRON: Episode 2 Bodybuilding.com
Published on Feb 6, 2018
How do you balance the life as a Texas Strongman with a family and a successful career? GASP athlete, Austin Haye, takes us inside the world of being a competitive strongman.
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| Introduction |
Heavyweight Texas Strongman Austin Haye is currently working in the financial industry as a Credit Analyst at a bank.
| Personal Fitness Goals |
My personal fitness goals have always been more or less to improve on what I’ve already built and (more recently) staying healthy. …destination has given me that environment that inspires hard work and intensity, as well as the equipment I need for training towards whatever goal I’m chasing.
| Biggest Obstacles |
Time commitments with family and injuries. While I love pumping iron and getting stronger, my family always has to come first. With a baby on the way, I’ll have to balance my time a little more efficiently to make sure I’m not missing out on anything important at home. Injuries have also been an obstacle I seem to keep running to, especially in 2016. I herniated a disc in my lower back in 2013 and never got it fixed, then it ruptured a year later and I had to get surgery to fix it at the end of 2014. Ever since then, I’ve struggled mentally to work past the fear of re-injuring it.
| Advice for Fellow Fitness Enthusiasts |
1. Set goals and write them down. There’s a sense of accountability towards yourself when you write goals down on paper and commit to them.
2. Find others to pursue those goals with you. Whether that’s joining one of the many group training sessions at …destination or putting together a training crew, it’s always better to train with other people. I’m always encouraged to push myself harder and put more effort into my training when I’ve got other people there with me putting in just as much effort.
3. Enjoy fitness – but don’t obsess over it. The point of fitness is to enhance your quality of life, not limit it. Granted, there are times when you’ll have to prep for a show or a meet and you will have to have a very strict schedule/diet, but this should only be for the season. But when you’re not competing, don’t cancel plans with family and friends because it interferes with leg day, or don’t limit the places you’ll go/travel because you won’t have access to boiled chicken and broccoli (that’s a bit extreme, but you know what I’m getting at).
Boxing, MMA Fighters ON vs OFF-SEASON- McGregor, Joshua, Mayweather, Wilder! Boxing Physique
Published on Feb 6, 2018
Boxing, MMA fighters off season bodies vs in shape ready to fight, why do you think that some of them really look bad off season?- Conor McGregor, Anthony Joshua, Floyd Mayweather, Deontay Wilder, Tyson Fury, Wladimir Kltischko, Luke Rockhold, David Haye, Rhonda Rousey, Tony Ferguson, Anthony Yarde, Jon Jones
Published on Feb 5, 2018
Andee Bell goes down memory lane and explains everything from the first time meeting Mark, moving around the country supporting Mark's Wrestling career, the inception of The Power Magazine, to building the Sling Shot empire.
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15 Chest Exercises You Must Do - Grow Your Boobs! Hanna Oberg
Published on Feb 7, 2018
In this video, I will show you 15 great exercises for chest training in the gym.
All the exercises below, pick your favorites and put them into your workout!
1. Cable flyes
2. Incline narrow presses, with a weight plate
3. Cable flyes on a pilates ball
4. Push up twists, moving push-ups
5. Dumbbell flyes, on a bench
6. Upper presses, with a barbell
7. Incline chest press, with dumbbells
8. Overhead presses, with a dumbbell
9. Dumbbell chest presses
10. Dumbbel chest presses with a resistance band. This will give extra tension for sure!
11. One-arm crossovers, with a rope on the cable machine
12. One arm chest press. This is a challenger which requires strength and balance!
13. Decline push-ups, feet on a bench
14. One-arm flyes with dumbbells. This is a challenger which requires strength and balance!
15. Reversed presses with a narrow grip
Published on Feb 6, 2018
Today's video I was at destination Dallas Texas. This was want awesome gym. We hit a nice chest and shoulder workout. This workout was a hard one as you can see in the video. If you like what you see please share this and comment. Also give this a try and let me know what you think.
This 1000 rep glutes workout is not a squat challenge. It’s a complete glute challenge with 1000 reps of different butt exercises designed to grow your glutes. If you often don’t feel like you worked your glutes hard enough in your squats and lunges butt workouts, we promise that by the end of this 1000 reps glutes challenge, your behind will be sore!
There is an entire series of several different exercises in this 1000 rep butt workout, some of which repeat themselves and some that don’t. We consider this the ultimate butt challenge because only the strong will be able to complete the entire 1000 reps. Give this glute challenge a try and find out what you’re made of!
Here are the exercises that make up this 1000 reps glutes routine.
If you are unfamiliar with any of the moves in this 1000 glutes workout, try them out first before attempting the complete 1000 reps butt challenge:
1) Deep Squat (25 reps)
2) High Knees (200 reps)
3) Plank Circles (25 reps right leg)
4) Plank Circles (25 reps left leg)
5) Superman Hold (25 reps)
6) Deep Squats (25 reps)
7) High Knees (200 reps)
8) Hip Thrusts (50 reps)
9) Superman Hold (25 reps)
10) Double High Knees (25 reps)
11) Kick Ups (25 reps right leg)
12) Kick Ups (25 reps left leg)
13) Deep Squat (25 reps)
14) Lunge Back Kick Out (25 reps right leg)
15) Lunge Back Kick Out (25 reps left leg)
16) Straight Leg Kicks (25 reps right leg)
17) Straight Leg Kicks (25 reps left leg)
18) High Knees (200 reps)
In today's video, day 29 of the Juice Reboot, I talk about some of the things I'm looking forward to a couple of days time. I've enjoyed the process of this 30 day challenge, but, I'm looking forward to the end now. One more day and finished. I also talk about the fuzzy bits in your joints when you don't exercise enough. If you don't believe me take a look at this video.
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I think it's important to have a strong posterior chain. That means glutes, hamstrings, calves, spinal erectors. Everything should be balanced, so you don't run into knee, hip and back problems. All ya need is barbell squats, done right and Romanian deadlifts, done back to back and I guarantee (garontee!, like Justin Wilson used to say) your ass will be sore next day. Mine is, anyway. A thousand rep glute challenge would just leave me tired.
1 HABIT That Will IMMEDIATELY Improve Your Self Defence!!! How to Fight BACK Fight SCIENCE
Published on Feb 7, 2018
1 ESSENTIAL habit that can make a REAL difference to your self defence, martial arts, or fight training for beginners. Do this regularly in your training and you will improve your fight game regardless of what level you are now.
It’s important to think about your approach to self defence and martial arts training. You should plan what you are going to train, and strengthen the weak areas in your fight game.
Studying your fight game is also key to improving your martial arts training. Seek information from different sources to improve your approach and understanding of your martial art. Lastly train constructively every day. Change your patterns of movement to improve you martial arts game.
Great fighters are made by their training. You are only as good as the way you train. So train hard and train properly to develop good habits.
We have lots more videos on how to fight with Wing Chun. Please visit our channel. Better yet feel free to leave a comment or a suggestion of what you would like us to film for you. It does not have to be about Wing Chun it can be about any subject related to fighting, how to fight, Wing Chun techniques, or even Wing Chun vs other styles of martial arts. We are happy to pass on our knowledge and experience free of charge.
Choosing a workout routine can be a daunting task.
You have to decide how many days to train, which muscle groups to work on which days, which exercises to do, how many sets and reps to perform, how to program in progressive overload, and on and on.
It’s no wonder that so many people find weightlifting overwhelming and confusing, and why they often choose the simplest option: full-body workouts.
Most entail just a handful of exercises, don’t take too much time, and hit every major muscle group in the body, and popular strength training programs like Starting Strength, StrongLifts 5×5, and The Texas Method have conclusively proven that they produce results.
Seems like a 360-degree win, right?
The long story short is you can build a great physique using full-body workouts, but you’re probably going to get faster and better results with a different approach.
This is especially true if you’ve already been lifting weights for a bit, and in this episode, you’re going to learn why.
By the end, you’re going to know what full-body workouts are, who they do and don’t work well for, and how to get the most out a full-body workout routine if you choose to follow one.
Let’s get started.
4:27 - What is a full-body workout? 5:43 - What are the problems with full-body workouts? 17:49 - What are the best exercises for full-body workouts?
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Love Your Body Booty Barre Workout with Jillian Tone It Up
Published on Feb 8, 2018
Get your cute booty over to http://ToneItUp.com/?p=302829 to feel that burn! Our girl Jillian is teaching your Booty Barre class. When we first took her class here in Manhattan Beach, we were amazed by how strengthening barre can be! She'll lead you through a booty-targeting routine that works all the muscles of your tush, leaving you feeling strong and stretched.
Jillian combined her love for fitness with her background in dance and is one of the most uplifting, gorgeous trainers. She'll give you tons of tips on alignment and form you'll love, and your booty will too
Coffee Chat With K&K ~ Love Your Body At Every Age! Tone It Up
Published on Feb 8, 2018
Grab a cup of java or your fave tea and join us at http://ToneItUp.com/?p=302987 for a new chat! Kat and I were having a conversation recently and we thought we'd talk about it with you! This week's chat is all about loving and appreciating your body at every age ~ in your adolescence, your early 20s, through adulthood, and beyond. There are so many beautiful stages of your life and every one brings a new opportunity to love your body.