Untuk seseorang yang selalu kusebut namanya dalam do'aku.. Selamat bekerja, hati-hati.. Bekerjalah dengan sebaik-baiknya agar kehidupan pun memberikan tempat baik bagi kita.. Terus bersemangat dalam bekerja keras karena impian kita sangatlah besar.. Semoga di setiap keletihanmu menjadi ladang pahala, selalu ingat kami di rumah yaa ada 1 bidadari dan 1 bidadara yang menunggu hehe.. Terimakasih pap selalu bekerja keras untuk kami. Bunbun dan Lingga💛 #@tediiskandarsafari#keepspirit#workhard#stronghusband#happywife#happymom#betterthanyesterday#pray
Smashed this hotel room HIIT workout before shooting all day today.. alert, awake and feeling good • 15x power push ups • 16x lunge thrus • 15secs -sprint on spot • 16x close to wide grip push ups • 10 rounds, 1 minute between rounds, work to your level. Don't underestimate the value of raising your heart rate first thing in the morning, whatever level you are at, release those feel good vibes 🤙🏼. #💚 #BETTER
Thank you for the kind words @bobbymaximus @gymjonessalvation. We owe much of our previous and continued success to Bobby Maximus, @lisa.boshard and the Gym Jones family. Know that Project Deliverance will ALWAYS have your back and will continue to raise the bar both in terms of performance and character. Let's put our foot to the floor, step on the gas, and reach new heights. Forward! #Repost @bobbymaximus ・・・ I always surround myself with the best. Matt has been a close friend for years and is one of our Fully Certified Instructors. We've trained together, feasted together, and had a lot of fun during the 9 years I've known him. I'm extremely proud of him and everything he has done. He's earned my respect one hundred times over. @gymjonessalvation ・・・ The Power-To-Weight ratio is one of the most important aspects of the Gym Jones philosophy. Whether you're 140lbs or 250lbs the goal is to be as strong as humanly possible for your weight. Matt Owen, one of our certified instructors is the absolute epitome of the "Power-To-Weight" ratio. Not only is @horsepowerandbarbells incredibly strong but he's also got a finely tuned engine (his PRs are listed below). He can lift, he can breathe, and is living proof that bigger isn't always better, nor does it always mean stronger. ______________________________________ Matt's PRs: Current Bodyweight: 190# Deadlift: 515# Back Squat: 425# Front Squat: 352# OHS: 285# Snatch Balance: 275# Snatch: 246# Clean & Jerk: 308# Power Snatch: 220# Power Clean: 300# Clean: 320# Jerk: 315# Power Jerk: 285# 500m Row: 1:19.8 500m Ski: 1:25.4 2000m Ski: 6:51.8 2000m Row: 6:36.2 5000m Row: 17:46.5 60min Row: 16,032m
Better Get Better controlled mobility, day 14: ankle dorsiflexion control # I've been absent the past few days from social media while visiting my sister in Denver! Today I'm back home and was ready to get back to work. Today my pups Magnus and William make guest appearances 💕 # I have a LONG history of ankle issues. I have essentially no effective lateral ligaments in either ankle - I even tore out the anchor of my ankle reconstruction 😣 Most of the damage has been there for over 20 years with just a few more recent injuries. # This has led to some restrictions, especially in the bottom of my squat position. As I get lower, it causes my feet to start to turn out. I'd rather be able to *choose* my foot position. Partly because my foot position affects my ability to open my hips but that's a discussion for another day. # My intention today was to move between pushing the ankle into my passive range of motion with the heel on the ground and then rocking back while attempting to lift my foot and use my strength to maintain as much of that dorsiflexion as possible. # I started out working both ankles at the same time and then shifted to focus on one ankle at a time. # If you watch closely, I definitely shift my hips more when working my right ankle - I'm trying hard to stay even! That's the ankle that has had the most damage over the years so it isn't surprising but definitely something I need to focus on! # What I learned? I need more ankle work 😆 # #30daysofmobility#myhipsneedhelp#hipextension#kneeflexion#bgbvideoseries#grateful#30daysofprogress#ankles#anklerom#control#controlledmobility#stability#challenge#challengeyourself#better#bettereveryday#bettergetbetter#betterthanyesterday#connection#mobility#activemobility#activerangeofmotion#activerom#alignment#quality
This day. I don't think I've had a harder time getting motivation to work out than I did today. This has already been a long week with two long days of work so far. Let me clarify something here. I don't HAVE to work out. I LIKE to work out. I like the way I feel after. I like to know that I'm improving myself. I like that I'm getting healthy and strong. But today, I just didn't have that urge to get my workout in. Which is why this post is so late 😱 But I dragged my lazy butt of the couch and pressed play. I was draaaaaagging to say the least. And during this last round of shuffles (yes, my form is horrible, I'm working on it 😝) James decided he wanted to race. Hence the smile. And then I just couldn't. I had to pause for a sec because I was dead tired. And I laid there for a good 30 sec, got my tired booty up, and finished the workout. And I'm tired. And I'm going to bed. But at the end of the day (literally 😂) I stuck with my commitment, pressed play, and am one step closer to my goals. 22MHC. You win this round. I'll see ya tomorrow 💪 #betterthanyesterday#strongereveryday#fitspiration#fitjourney#22mhc#beachbody
Aerial yoga & fitness coach, professional aerial acrobat, and professional Vegas performer, @leahgruber shows us how she trains and lives #LikeALioness#PoweredByTrueGrit 💪🏼🔥💛❤️ #Repost @leahgruber ・・・ I ❤️ outdoor workouts. Now that it's getting warmer out here are a few ideas for a playground inspired workout.