dayuuuum that face. stole some ab moves from @ulissesworld to throw in to Australian Hyper Stimulation Training (trademark). this one was awesome, got so much ab activation right off the bat. repping dat @aaasupplements stringaaaa
I *LOVE* this coffee. IT'S SO GOOD. Single origin coffee, green tea extract, turmeric and some other good sterff, it tastes amazing, @beforeyouspeakcoffee, you done well, i hate how much more coffee i drink now because this tastes so yum. thanks for the shot @photographer_kenta !
been cutting for what feels like forever now, but it's been worth doing it slow, strength isnt dropping and I'm not rebounding hard onto bad food because i haven't had to cut it out entirely. balance pays off
Rear delt press with a wide grip cause anterior delts get more than enough love as is, just take it easy on this movement while you get to know what your shoulders can handle without ripping, i personally dont go all the way down to my shoulders each time as that doesn't tend to go well for me. Great move to really develop the full ball of yo delts
no gyming today but i got a cheeky 40 second handstand which I'm happy with both as a decent duration compared to where I used to be, plus it seems like every time i film a handstand i choke and come straight down haha
Front loaded lunges to finish up a plyo workout [vomming intensifies]
Front loading is much better from a PT perspective solely for the form benefits, this forces your client/yourself to stay far more upright, and keep your core active, where i see too many people dropping their chest at the bottom of their lunge either when they have a bar on their back or dumbbells at their sides. Give em a shot to really smash quads and glutes