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Primitive Caveman Workout in the Desert

Primitive Caveman Workout in the Desert

Cochineal is a natural dye produced from a scale insect that infests opuntia cactus Cochineal has been used as a dye by indigenous cultures since ancient times Ziko is an experienced capoeira artist and used the wood sticks to create an improvised capoeira beat Ziko taught me some basic capoeira moves The basic back and forth footwork in capoeira is called “ginga” Capoeira has African roots that date back to pre-Colombian times Capoeira is a mix of martial art, dance…

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MAXAR® Airprene Sport Belt (Breathable Neoprene Lumbo-Sacral Support) NWA 152

MAXAR® Airprene Sport Belt (Breathable Neoprene Lumbo-Sacral Support) NWA 152

NWA-152 support belt. It’s a breathable neoprene. It provides excellent support, warm and comfort to the limbo-sacral area. It has terry cotton lining that helps prevent sweating and reduces allergic skin reactions. In addition it has a fully stitched edge. It has 6 spring metal stays and 2 additional side pulls for better size and tension adjustment. It comes in blue and black. And is recommended for use as a sport belt or during physical activity in extreme weather conditions….

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MAXAR® Work Belt – Industrial Lumbo-Sacral Support (Economy, w/o Suspenders) IBS 1000

MAXAR® Work Belt – Industrial Lumbo-Sacral Support (Economy, w/o Suspenders) IBS 1000

IBS-1000-2000-3000 This is our IBS line of work belts. They come in 3 models. The IBS 1000 economy model, the IBS 2000 standard model and the IBS 3000 deluxe. The IBS 1000 economy model has 4 plastic stays and 2 additional side pulls. It has regular strength, stretchable, and breathable elastic.

Applying Progressive Overload Principles to Exercise

Applying Progressive Overload Principles to Exercise

Hi, this is the voice version of the GUS article, ‘Principles are Not Tools,’ which is a continuation of the article ‘Progressive Overload and Its Application to Strength Training.’ In that article, I stated that the term progressive overload gets thrown around too much in fitness that it loses all meaning. I said that it’s too vague and misconstrued. And I complained that the goal of progressive overload is often substituted for the actual performance goal as if these things…

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The Best Deadlift Jack Alternative is a Dead Wedge

The Best Deadlift Jack Alternative is a Dead Wedge

We are going to be talking about the Dead Wedge Welcome to Talking Gym, This is a great Accessory Especially when you are trying to deadlift Because it helps you lift the bar plates quickly and effectively That feeling you get when you lift heavy ass weight off the ground is amazing if you love to deadlift then you know about people like Thor Eddie Hall and Larry Wheels Lifting the weight is cool but first you need to put…

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MAXAR® Work Belt – Industrial Lumbo-Sacral Support (Standard) IBS 2000

MAXAR® Work Belt – Industrial Lumbo-Sacral Support (Standard) IBS 2000

IBS-1000-2000-3000 This is our IBS line of work belts. They come in 3 models. The IBS 1000 economy model, the IBS 2000 standard model and the IBS 3000 deluxe. The IBS 2000 is our standard model. It has 4 plastic stays and 2 additional side pulls. 6 stays in large and extra large. Regular strength and stretchable and breathable mesh with 1″ suspenders.

The DO’s and DON’Ts of Lifting Shoes👟👟

The DO’s and DON’Ts of Lifting Shoes👟👟

Hey guys this is Paul with Iron Orr Fitness. Trainer Tip Thursday – we’re gonna be talking about shoes. When to wear olympic lifting shoes, why do we wear them, what exercises? So when we’re doing our squats, if we lack the ankle flexibility to get down into a proper squat without your back rounding, you need a lifted heel, which is gonna give you a little bit of extra ankle mobility to get you into that proper form for…

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Powerlifting Techniques : Bench Press Safety

Powerlifting Techniques : Bench Press Safety

Hi! My name is Tiffany Parks. I am here on behalf of Expert Village and I am going to tell you a little bit about power lifting. Whenever you are lifting weights, you need to make sure that your back stays flat the whole time instead of arching it up. Because if you arch it up, you are going to tend to have back problems later or hurt your back and won’t be able to walk the next morning. So…

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Farmer’s Walk – Forearm Exercise – Bodybuilding.com

Farmer’s Walk – Forearm Exercise – Bodybuilding.com

There are various implements that can be used for the farmer’s walk. It can be performed with heavy dumbbells or short bars if other implements are not available. Begin by standing between the implements. After gripping the handles, lift the implements up by driving through your heels, keeping your back straight and your head up. Walk, taking short, quick steps, and don’t forget to breathe. Move for a given distance, typically 50 to 100 feet, as fast as possible.