You will see a common theme in our strength & conditioning programs! 💫 — There are no fancy exercises, just a logical progression in the key movement patterns. Our philosophy is around mastering the basics! — We squat, deadlift, row, chin up, bench and overhead press. These exercises form the crux of our strength training. — 🏋️♀️ @capital.fly — #movementenhanced #smallgrouptraining
2KB Front Rack Reverse Lunge — Tomorrow is Day 5 of our program and the 3rd lower body day for the week. Our A Series is made up of two exercises, the first for the posterior chain and the second a unilateral knee dominant movement. — STRENGTH A1: BB Good Morning 4 x 8 @ 3010 A2: 2KB Front Rack Reverse Lunge 4 x 8 — CONDITIONING 20min EMOM B1: Deadball Squat x 8 @ 3010 B2: Ski Erg x 12 / 15 cals B3: KB Swing x 12 B4: Rower x 12 / 15 cals B5: T2B x 8 — Interested in training with us? — Send us a message 📩 — 📸 @_anthony.martin_
FRONT SQUATS 🔥 — Day 3 of the @movement_enhanced program! — STRENGTH Front Squat Complex 4 x 1+4 Pause (35X0) + Normal (30X0) — CONDITIONING 2 Rounds 3min Row 3min Rest 3min Ski Erg 3min Rest — @concept2 — 📸 @paulinne
CHANGE YOUR GRIP 🧗 — Variation is important to continually challenge the body to adapt. The key is to stick to a program long enough so that you can apply overload but not so long that you plateau. From an injury prevention standpoint, changing the grip can help prevent over use injuries such as tennis and golfers elbow. — Below is an example of a chin up progression over 12 weeks! — Week 1-3: Supinated Grip 4 x 6-8 Week 4-6: Neutral Grip 5 x 3-5 Week 7-9: Pronated Grip 4 x 5-7 Week 10-12: Fat Grip 5 x 2-4 — Each variation provides a different stimulus to the body as they vary in degrees of muscle recruitment! — #movementenhanced
It is easy to adopt a particular style and be rigid in your beliefs. — My younger self was guilty of forming opinions before trying things out 🤦♂️ — A older, wiser self now adopts this principle… — Learn from everyone, apply what is useful and disregard what is not. — At Movement Enhanced we apply principles from a broad spectrum of areas including powerlifting, weightlifting, bodybuilding and gymnastics. — We mix a blend of these to formulate a program that is holistic in nature and is a safe and sustainable approach to strength and conditioning. — #movementenhanced
Like no other industry, health and fitness consumers seem to adopt an “I can do it myself” philosophy more than anyone else. When it comes to training in the gym, people appear to know what they are doing however, they fail to achieve the results they want. — They often end up injuring themselves because they think they know what they can do from 'playing footy back in the day' or off Americas newest Youtube sensation. — ’What people need to understand is that it is not that simple!” — Achieving your health and fitness goals is complicated. These are so many unknowns which often leaves people stuck with these questions; — ▪️How many sets and reps should I do? ▪️How many days should I train to maximise my results? ▪️What is the correct technique for each exercise? ▪️Which exercise do I do first? ▪️Should I run to loose body fat? — We get that it is complicated. In fact, what people need to understand is, there is actually a degree you study for 3 years to learn about the human body and mastering these things. — “You are not expected to know, but it is your responsibility to take action.” — Just like you would seek a lawyer for legal advice, engaging in a professional health and fitness service will not only save you money long term but will get you results much faster.