Awww yayy such #goodmemories @jgraygymnastics 💛🌴🌊 #repost @jgraygymnastics ・・・ HAPPY INTERNATIONAL HANDSTAND DAY !!! A few throwbacks of some of my handstands from the past 6-12 years with some awesome people ❤️😂🙌🏼 . @dustyhyland @csagym @theskillwod @thebarbellwod @nicolezapoli @seancarllind @elaineyoder #internationalhandstandday#skillwodhandstands
Follow your dreams, believe in yourself and don't give up. Rachel Corrie When you are motivated and excited about pursuing your dreams, you'll attract other people who have the same values and interests.�If you don't�believe in yourself then it doesn't matter how talented you are or how big your dreams are. But as long as you don't give up, you will gain strength and achieve your objective!
If you’re not adding asparagus to your meal prep, you need to start! . This is one of my favorite vegetables, and up until recently I had no clue of the many benefits the spears we grew up harvesting fresh every summer in Michigan had to offer. . First, asparagus is a very low carb veggie that’s loaded with fiber which is great for healthy digestion and reducing bad cholesterol levels. . It’s also packed with antioxidants (free radical fighters) and folic acid that promotes DNA synthesis in our bodies...this plays a key role in reducing many disease processes that can lead to certain health concerns like cancer and other inflammatory illnesses. . Not only that, asparagus is a great source of vitamins C, A, E and K, all of which aid in reducing inflammation, support the immune system and bone health as well! . So the next time you consider skipping this vegetable in the grocery store, remember all of the amazing benefits it brings to the table! . I personally love it tossed with a little olive oil, sea salt, fresh cracked pepper, then (taking a bunch of 3-5 spears) wrapped in turkey bacon and roasted! Ahhhhmazing! . . . . 💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚 #asparaguslove#eatyourvegetables#powerfood#foodfacts#wonderfullyfitmom
🌟 4 Weeks Post ACL reconstruction! I just want to express the LOVE and KINDNESS in our world... especially from complete strangers! 😘 I’m not one to accept help lightly, I tend to be too proud or believe I am too strong. ❤️ Having this surgery has shown me it’s ok to accept help! Having this surgery has shown me that there is true love and compassion in others! This weekend we had a swim meet... even though I used my crutches to get around, I was solo for the morning shift. As I tried to figure out how to carry a cooler, 2 chairs, my yeti, backpack and crutch to the location... nice people saw me struggle, took my chairs off my shoulders, grabbed my cooler and my yeti and walked what seemed like a mile to help me set up camp for the meet! I was so grateful, my heart was so full! Everywhere I go, I am reminded of be true love people have for those who are injured or need help! I guess It comes natural to some. I have women help me with groceries, men holding doors and waiting for me to walk through. Cars stop, people get out of the way and kids smile at me with pure joy! 😊 So to those who have offered to help, carry, open doors, get things off shelves and just purely assist me in anyway... your thoughtfulness does not go unnoticed! THANK YOU!!! . . . #aclsurgery#thefitmortgagechick#comebackkid#aclrecovery#aclreconstruction#aclbrace#physicaltherapy#kindness#strongerthanyesterday#teamrelentless#yourvibeattractsyourtribe
I worked my way up from 225, 275, 315 to 335, After that I worked my way down 295, 275, 255, 245. The dominant muscle in the upper chest is the pectoralis major. This large fan-shaped muscle stretches from the armpit up to the collarbone and down across the lower chest region on both sides of the chest. The two sides connect at the sternum, or breastbone. The pectoralis major moves each shoulder joint in four distinct directions, and also keeps the arms attached to the body. Injuries to this muscle are rare, but symptoms include pain in the chest, bruising, and decreased strength of the muscle. The pectoralis minor is located underneath the pectoralis major. This thin triangle-shaped muscle runs up and down along the upper ribs. The major muscles in the upper torso include: Trapezius: This muscle extends across the neck, shoulder, and back. It allows for movement of the shoulders and shoulder blades. Rhomboid major: Attached to the shoulder blade, this muscle is one of many that aids shoulder movement. Infraspinatus: This rotator cuff muscle helps raise and lower the arm. Teres major: This muscle helps rotate the upper arm. Serratus anterior: Located in the rib cage, this muscle keeps the shoulder blade against the chest wall and helps rotate the shoulder blade upward. Deltoid: This muscle gives the shoulder its rounded shape as well as raises and rotates the arm. Latissimus dorsi: This flat rectangular muscle of the back helps the arms rotate as well as move away from and toward the body.