Future Past

“The mind is a curious thing. The reason why we sometimes find ourselves in awe of moments as they are happening is because the mind never lives in the present, the body does. But the mind shifts between what the body has left behind and what’s yet to come.” -Sidd Long

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Pygmalion & Galatea  | The myth and the painting, by Jean-Léon Gérôme. Can you guess who is who? #alessoninLats #dabootyofthesuperiorplane

Check out the opening segment of this episode of Modern Love on the differences in the way men and women write about – and think about – love. Is your view into the future and/or the past?


21 Mar | Tu
Mobility | 3x
Wall slides x 10
Chin-over-bar holds x :20
Single-leg elevated hip bridge x 10 ea
TVAs x 15

Warm-up | 3x
Row x 1:00
BB press x 8
DUs x 20

Work | 10x
Bench x 3 (85#)
Rest x 1:00
Body row x 6
Rest x 1:00
-and den-
Single-leg hip bridges x 12 ea (20, 25, 30, 30#)
Rest x 1:00 btwn legs
-and zen-
AD x 10:00

22 Mar | W
Warm-up | Oly prep

Work | x 30:00, rotating:
Sled push x 100m (215#)
Farmers carries x 100m (53#ers)
AD x 20 cals

Stretch | 10:00

24 Mar | F
Mobility | 3x
Wall slides x 10
GA squats x 10
Hanging straight-let raise x 8

Warm-up | 3x
AD x 1:00
Banded row x 10
DUs x 20

Work | EMOM x 20:00, rotating:
DB snatch x 3 ea (35#) + slam balls x 3 (30#)
Row x :30
-then-
Alternating TGUs x 10:00 (44, 53, bottoms-up 26#)

25 Mar | Sa
Mobility | 3x
Single-leg elevated hip bridge x 10 ea
Prone y raise x 10
Reverse curl-ups x 10

Warm-up | 3x
Wall ball x 8
Supinated BB row x 8
Wall walk + taps x 10
DUs x 20

Work | O-lifting
Snatch + hang snatch x 10 sets [Across – medium weight – technique] (95#)
Rack jerk 10 x 1 (125#)

Mini-stretch | 10:00


Light week – going by feel. The sled work on Wednesday was legit hard – lots of heavy breathing – or effort to manage it.

First time ever doing the single-arm dumbbell snatches. Focused on keeping the shoulders in alignment per the M&M #nofire

Warming up for Saturday Oly I was totally able to trace the tightness from my back to hip as I moved into a squat – which lead me to turn those snatches into powers. Collecting data…

The adductors! The fab five muscles make up what we know as groin musculature and often undervalued in terms of the role in performance and human movement and often overlooked as well. They attach to the inner portions of the thigh and also to the pelvis at different locations. The longus, brevis and magnus attach more anteriorly whereas the pectineus and gracilis attach more posteriorly and part of the anterior oblique subsystem and lateral subsystem, and powerful muscles with many aspects of stabilization especially during walking. They are also direct antagonists to glute max, TFL and glute medius. These son-a-bitches can either be facilitated or inhibited depending on many factors. —————————————————– For example , if the glutes are on vacation and not functioning properly (happens all the time), The hamstrings often take over the primary work of the glutes to extend the hip. This creates strain particularly on adductors to adduct the hip because the glutes are inhibited. The most common groin pulls are (pectineus, adductor longus/brevis). They are also analogous to tibialis posterior and peroneal's roll and stabilizing the ankle during frontal plane movement, and my fav, also involved in eccentric deceleration and aspects of rotation. —————————————————– If adductors are dysfunctionally or chronically tight, they will always battle with the glutes or other musculature and won't allow the pelvis to get out of large anterior tilt with internal rotation and will cause issues throughout the chain and even create knee pain as well. In most cases the adductors are overworking (facilitated). Release adductors if you have a hip pain,knee pain and groin pain, but first find out why they are overworking in the first place. #muscles #movement #performance #anatomy #strength #awesome #flex #coach #knowledge #gains #instadaily #picoftheday #glutes #squats #athlete #results #rehab #lifting #science #lifestyle #gym #workout #training #strong #bodybuilding #powerlifting #fitness #exercise #health #followme

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