Yoga for Core - Strength & Flexibility Slow Burn Workout At Home BrettLarkinYoga
Published on Apr 21, 2019
Tone your abdominals in this 20 minute Yoga for Core Class! This is a great core strength and flexibility slow burn workout at home routine for you to supplement your yoga practice and/or other workouts. If we connect with the breath and repeat this core strength yoga practice regularly, we will be able to tone the belly, heal back pain and find stability in our bodies. More Yoga for Core, Abs, Workouts, and Weightloss in this Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DfHh9...
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This slow burn workout is a "yoga for your core" class. It's perfect for building strength as well as increasing flexibility and blood flow. Let's feel amazing in our body from the inside out.
Remember that it's an important foundation in yoga and life for having a strong and engaged core. This is a great yoga for core video to save and practice regularly as it will help you to tone the abdominal wall (yoga for abs) and increase strength in the deeper core muscles. This class is challenging! Please visit my beginner yoga videos if you find this yoga for core class to challenging. You can always work up to the abdominal "slow burn" sequence over time.
Bodybuilding & Fitness Live Video Q & A with Lee Hayward Lee Hayward
Streamed live on Apr 19, 2019
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02:41 – I’m looking for a 6 to 8-week muscle building workout. In your opinion, which one of your workout should I follow?
06:44 – I’m 48 years old, fighting the aging process. Can you explain landmine presses, do they work chest and shoulders both? I work out at home, looking for new options.
11:25 – I’ve been doing the push-pull-legs routine for six weeks, mixing strength and hypertrophy, focusing more on strength but it seems to be running it’s course. What do you recommend doing next?
16:08 – Just finished week two of the Blast Bench Program and I’m only working out three days a week to prevent injuries. On the final week instead of going up 5, should I go up 10 instead after each lift?
18:52 – What can I do to help with lower back pain? I’m getting pain when sitting and walking on the treadmill.
23:31 – I’m 36, never had big legs. Kind of like a twig but arms are good. How can I get bigger legs? Do I train more frequently or heavier?
29:05 – My abs seem to be my weakest muscle. I train them often but they won’t grow. Someone told me that my abs are not activated, I don’t know what to do. Also, do I need supplements? I’ve stopped using them.
33:15 – I’m getting a slight pain on my hips during squats. What’s a good way to warm-up legs without hindering the actual squat session?
01:23:01 – What’s your opinion on taking a week off after extended amount of training? I’m wondering if it might help my enthusiasm. I’m feeling tired lately.
01:24:26 – How often should someone adjust the deficit to avoid any potential plateaus? I only have 15lbs to reach my goal. Can I eat the same amount of calories if they’re low to begin with?
01:29:57 – Few thoughts on protein, a can of tuna along with breakfast, a cup of black beans for a snack. Got me up to 125lbs dumbbell presses on chest day, slight protein increase boosted my workouts.
01:32:28 – I’m 18 years old and 52 kilograms. I want to gain weight. Should I use mass protein?
01:33:12 – I’m 20 years old, I’m gaining. Should I do abs or not. If so, how much?
Every Friday at 3:30 PM EST Lee Hayward hosts a live video chat discussing workout tips, strategies, techniques, and mindsets to help men build muscle, lose fat, and get back in shape.
So if you'd like to chat about your workouts, need some help with your nutrition program, or have any questions about building muscle, losing fat, injury prevention, bodybuilding tips, etc... Then tune in next Friday for our live chat!
How to Be Effective // Spartan STAND 008 Spartan Up
Published on Apr 22, 2019
When I find myself getting frustrated, struggling with events or life, being disappointed by others or my expectations it’s usually because I’m investing too much emotional energy in the area of interest. Or, not enough energy in the area of control.
When we find ourselves going down the emotional or irrational mind path we need to create a trigger to get us back into rational and process oriented mode. This is where the area of control can come into play. Control what you can control and identify what it is you might be overlooking that is in your control. Once you’ve gotten practiced at that, start looking at this area of influence where you can really get ahead of the curve on control and interest.
If you can’t control it, why are you trying to?
Spending time controlling and influencing the things you can shouldn’t leave much time/energy left on trying to do the same for what is interesting.
When you find yourself going emotional it’s time to reset by focusing on what you can control and accepting what you can not.
The 24th of March 2019, a group of non-Japanese Budo and Kobudo researchers and practitioners working and practicing in Japan organizes a unique series of lectures on Donn Draeger's impact on the martial arts community and beyond. Lectures by four people who knew and succeeded him.
Alex Bennett was born in Christchurch, New Zealand, in 1970. He spent a year in Japan as part of a high school exchange program where he first experienced Kendo, leading to a lifetimes dedication to this art.
Returning to Japan for graduate work, he received a PhD from Kyoto University (Doctor of Human and Environmental Studies) in 2001 and a second PhD from the University of Canterbury (Doctor of Philosophy in Japanese) in 2012. He has worked at the International Research Center for Japanese Studies and the Department of Japanese Studies at Teikyo University and is currently a professor in the Division of International Affairs at Kansai University.
Alex is vice president of the International Naginata Federation, a member of the International Committee of the All Japan Kendo Federation, International Committee of the All Japan Jukendo Federation, a Director of the Japanese Academy of Budo, and a head coach with NZ Kendo.
He founded and serves as editor-in-chief of Kendo World, the world’s only English-language journal dedicated to kendo and holds the grades of kendo kyoshi 7-dan, Iaido 5-dan, naginata 5-dan, tankendo 5-dan, jukendo 5-dan, and jikishin kage-ryu kenjutsu 3-dan. He also studies Tendo-ryu.
Alex is also a prolific writer in both Japanese and English on Japanese history and culture. Recent publications in English include Hagakure: The Secret Wisdom of the Samurai (Tuttle, 2014), Kendo: Culture of the Sword(University of California Press, 2015), Naginata: History and Practice(Bunkasha International, 2016), The Complete Musashi: The Book of Five Rings and Other Works (Tuttle, 2018), Japan: The Ultimate Samurai Guide (Tuttle, 2018)
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Spartan Interviews Shaun T about Health, Insanity and Donuts! Spartan Up
Premiered 68 minutes ago
World famous for his physique and his “Insanity” workouts, Shaun T has graduated from teaching healthy body to teaching healthy MENTALITY. His superpower is getting uncomfortable - the more uncomfortable he is, the more he is learning and growing. Shaun T tells Spartan founder Joe De Sena how he has spent his life confronting issues and resolving them with “truth, trust and transparency” and moving forward with “passion, power & persistence.” True strength is in vulnerability, honesty and letting your emotions come forth.
Fit doesn’t have a size it has a mentality
When people deny the truth that’s when turmoil begins
Life is a journey not a destination
Accept who you are
Visualize what you want
You can’t control the future but you can control your experience
Confront yourself first - honesty leads to betterment
Let your emotions out - connect to the feeling
Be in dialogue with your food
The more you know the more you grow
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TIME STAMPS 00:00 A moment of truth 00:20 Joe, Col. Nye, Dr. Johnny & Sefra introduce this weeks interview 1:40 Interview begins: T for Transformation 3:30 Running through a Spartan Race 6:00 Fit mentality 7:00 A difficult childhood 8:00 Not being a victim 9:00 Working hard 9:40 Tiger Balm Active https://www.tigerbalm.us 10:55 Interview returns: how to not spiral into a dark place 11:30 Using visualization 12:15 Controlling the experience 13:15 “Telling yourself” first 14:15 Who are you surrounding yourself with? 15:45 Honoring your emotions 17:30 Talk to your food 19:00 Passion, power & persistence 20:00 The more you know the more you grow 21:45 Joe, Col. Nye, Dr. Johnny & Sefra discuss this weeks interview 26:22 Tiger Balm Active https://www.tigerbalm.us
Published on Apr 23, 2019
Some people cannot tolerate whey proteins and show several symptoms when they ingest whey. This video discusses what may cause an intolerance to whey protein ingestion. For the most in depth information available anywhere about nutrition; exercise science; anti-aging research; hormonal therapy; fat-loss techniques that work; supplement truths; women's health and fitness and much more, subscribe today to Jerry Brainum's Applied Metabolics newsletter (www.appliedmetabolics.com).
Published on Apr 23, 2019
Learning to duck dive is hard, harder than it looks. I’d say this bloke figured that out as he was swept down the reef earlier this morning. And what might have felt like defeat may well have been a great result for him by not having to deal with the overhead sets waiting out the back.
The SE trades were up early this morning, so no morning sickness to speak of and the head high to overhead sets became more consistent as the tide filled in. Most of the action was going down at Main Peak, but there were a few nice ones over at Temples as well.
More swell and SE trades are in the forecast, so it looks like the Bukit is going to be the place to be over the next few days.
Published on Apr 22, 2019
Today Toby Cunningham, Andre Dolphin and I went to a really fun spot in the Jimbaran Harbor which had a really talented lineup. Toby and I always have fun heckling our friends whenever possible, and this place made it way too easy! We were literally 10 feet away from the bros as the came zinging by!
In this video I descuss motor units, rate coding, and muscle fiber. Have you ever wondered what is actually happening in your muscle when you choose precisely how much force to exert? Or when you hold a weight steady in place? How does an isometric contraction differ from a plyometric, concentric, or eccentric one on an anatomical level?
And how can understanding all this help you to train smarter and get stronger? Train your nervous system and tap into
A Fighter's Life: A Farang in Chiang Mai, Thailand at Team Quest Sean Fagan
Published on Apr 24, 2019
Ever wonder what it's like living a fighter's life? Well, pro Muay Thai fighter Paul "The Reaper" Banasiak has trained all over the world at the best gyms, but recently started living and training at Team Quest in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Here's a glimpse of the fight journey Paul has gone through the past few years as he continues to pursue his passion for Muay Thai and dreams of being a professional world champion.
Published on Apr 25, 2019
While they wait for their 50 year swell down at Bells for the CT comp, Uluwatu was copping it's 5 day swell.
It wasn't a massive swell, certainly not ginormous, but it was still very very big. As is usually the case when it gets seriously big, there were no more than a dozen surfers scattered between the Bombie and Outside Corner.
Conditions were super clean first thing and then a moderate offshore wind started blowing by mid morning, making for some very well shaped walls but I'm guessing it was also making paddling into them much more difficult.
There were a few guys giving it a good go, especially at the Bombie.
Planche One Of The Hardest Moves In Calisthenics SpartanGirls
Published on Apr 25, 2019
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Published on Apr 25, 2019
To many Bruce lee will always be remembered as the greatest martial artist of all time, but did you know that Bruce Lee used bodybuilding to chisel his physique to perfection? In this video we explore Bruce Lee's interest in bodybuilding and the methods he used to train his physique. Enjoy
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Published on Apr 26, 2019
If you're going to try your luck with a bit of tandem, you might want to let your 'partner' know about it beforehand. I'm baffled that there was no collision in both cases, but in the end they somehow pulled it off without a scrape.
The swell had dropped off since yesterday and the light offshore breeze in the morning made for a very clean surface. Impossibles had a few lines, but was mostly running a little too quick in its standard Impossibles way.