Antonia Lorraine (@antonialnikomedis)

New pull exercise the T Bar Row Dumbbell (alternative way for T Bar Row Barbell) something new for me today. *
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Exercise that works on your back muscle - midback (rhomboids, lats, teres major and minor, infraspinatus, middle and lower trapezius)
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#trainwithanne #fitmom #musclemom #weightlifting #tbarrows #backworkout #pullworkout #fortheloveofmuscle #alternative #learningisfun #passion #gym #afbj #anytimefitnessmalaysia #keepgrinding #mymotivation #bikinicompetitor #physiquetransformations

Fulla Strength & Conditioning (@fullasc)

[How To Make The Most Out of Your Gym Training]
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Most people go to the gym for a reason.
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You don't really go there to waste time.
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It's to develop some part of your body, whether it be physically or mentally.
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If you are one of those people, I'd love to show you a quick hybrid exercise where you can get more bang for your buck at the gym.
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After a long day at work, you don't want to waste any more time than necessary to get results.
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You just want to do what is needed.
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And I agree with you!!
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This exercise which I had Travis perform recently is amazing for building your upper body strength.
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We used it as our secondary exercise to overload his shoulders and arms.
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This helps him build more strength in less time.
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Hold a pair of dumbbells in your hands and then curl them to your shoulders. From there, press them up overhead.
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Return to the start position (by your sides) and repeat the process.
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It's that simple and effective!
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Try it out and let me know how you find it.

Stephen Do (@stephenvdo)

415lbs on Squats for a single tonight! (55lb bar) Thanks for the spot @pdxbarbellclub!!

Kathryn Nash (@minibutmighty_)

✨PHYSIQUE UPDATE✨
Currently sitting at around 110ish lb. I have no clue what my body fat percentage is and frankly, whoooo cursss 😎
I’m feeling strong, energized, and more confident and happy with my body than I’ve ever been. 💪🏽 I don’t post pictures like this often, but know what guys!!! I’m so proud of how far I’ve come. When I look in the mirror, I can’t even recognize myself.
I’ve spent 5 years weightlifting through trial and error; I spent 3 of those years working hard but seeing no progress. Literally no changes (lol).
However, I wouldn’t change anything if I could.
I feel incredibly knowledgable.
I‘m in control over my body and my goals.
There is no greater feeling than that.
As I’ve mentioned in my story, I’ve been sitting at “maintenance calories” - fluctuating between 1,400 to 2,000+ every day.
I cut down my cardio a whole lot.
I’m eating foods I enjoy and enjoying every minute at the gym.
I mayyy or may not plan on doing a lean bulk after the Arnold coming up. Who knows. Right now, I’m focusing my energy on more personal development such as learning how to grow a business and how to get my life together (lol). Soooo ya 😎 thasssa lil up date for ya!! Hope you’re all having a swell Sunday night ❤️
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