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  • Endurance level 💯
    Well known for his crazy strenght and endurace supersets
    @vadym_oleynik follow this beast
  • Endurance level 💯 
Well known for his crazy strenght and endurace supersets
@vadym_oleynik follow this beast
  •  5  2 2 minutes ago
  • มีชุดสวยๆ sexyใส่ไปยิมรึยังคะ🖤 สีเทาก็สวยนะ
    ซื้อไปก่อนเลย (ช่วงแรกที่เอ้เริ่มฟิตหุ่นก็ซื้อมาเก็บไว้ ยังใส่ไม่ได้หรอก
    แต่บอกตัวเองเสมอว่าจะต้องใส่ให้ได้ )
    จะได้มีกำลังใจในการฟิตหุ่น 💪🏻❤️ @vaya.sportswear #ช ุดฟิตเนส #ช ุดออกกำลังกายผู้หญิง #ช ุดฟิตเนสผู้หญิง #สปอร ์ตบรา #sixpackgirl #sixpack #absworkout #cardioworkout #weighttraining #healthy #bodyfit #fitness #healthylifestyle #กล ้ามท้อง #ซ ิกแพค #ซ ิกแพ็ค #running #fitnessgirl
  • มีชุดสวยๆ sexyใส่ไปยิมรึยังคะ🖤 สีเทาก็สวยนะ 
ซื้อไปก่อนเลย (ช่วงแรกที่เอ้เริ่มฟิตหุ่นก็ซื้อมาเก็บไว้ ยังใส่ไม่ได้หรอก 
แต่บอกตัวเองเสมอว่าจะต้องใส่ให้ได้ ) 
จะได้มีกำลังใจในการฟิตหุ่น 💪🏻❤️ @vaya.sportswear #ชุดฟิตเนส  #ชุดออกกำลังกายผู้หญิง  #ชุดฟิตเนสผู้หญิง  #สปอร์ตบรา  #sixpackgirl  #sixpack  #absworkout #cardioworkout #weighttraining #healthy #bodyfit  #fitness  #healthylifestyle #กล้ามท้อง #ซิกแพค #ซิกแพ็ค #running #fitnessgirl
  •  102  3 3 hours ago
  • Sorry not sorry, your personal trainer is probably a terrible source of nutrition advice.🐸🍵🤷🏻‍♀️⁣

    I am one, so I know exactly the type of outdated, generic nutrition education most of them have. (Hint: it sucks). ⁣

    In light of recent ~events~ in the fitspo space, I felt the need to reiterate this!👏🏻⁣

    So- This is your friendly reminder to DO YOUR RESEARCH! Don’t hire someone just because they look good and they have followers.😖⁣

    👉🏻“Looking good” RARELY equates to a person being capable of giving safe/researched/unbiased nutrition advice.⁣

    I’m here to tell you right now, I didn’t learn SQUAT about nutrition with my PT cert. (see what I did there 😉)⁣

    Most certifications tell you the absolutely minimal basics. If I had never expanded my knowledge base from that, no doubt I would not be a very good coach lol.🙃⁣

    Fitness coaches/personal trainers can expand that general base by reading books, articles, studies, ebooks, listening to podcasts and other unbiased, educational content.⁣

    BUT- *Most* big box gym “personal trainers” do not have the passion or drive to care about continuing education; on top of the fact that they’d have no time to explain it to you anyways.⁣

    What can you do to make sure you can trust whoever you’re reaching out to for help?!⁣
    ✅ASK for their resume. How are they so qualified to guide you?⁣
    ✅YOU should interview THEM! Ask them why they think they can help you specifically and make them explain how they will do it.⁣
    ✅ASK for proof of client success via testimonials *or* research & reach out to their current/past clients to ask them yourself!!!⁣

    I hope this enlightened you & you’ll do your research before putting your health in someone’s hands!🙌🏻⁣

    👉🏻what’s the most ridiculous nutrition advice you’ve gotten from a “fitness professional” before?!⁣
    Mine was: “don’t eat more than 300 calories after your workout”🙄☠️⁣
    Comment below👇🏻
  • Sorry not sorry, your personal trainer is probably a terrible source of nutrition advice.🐸🍵🤷🏻‍♀️⁣
⁣
I am one, so I know exactly the type of outdated, generic nutrition education most of them have. (Hint: it sucks). ⁣
⁣
In light of recent ~events~ in the fitspo space, I felt the need to reiterate this!👏🏻⁣
⁣
So- This is your friendly reminder to DO YOUR RESEARCH! Don’t hire someone just because they look good and they have followers.😖⁣
⁣
👉🏻“Looking good” RARELY equates to a person being capable of giving safe/researched/unbiased nutrition advice.⁣
⁣
I’m here to tell you right now, I didn’t learn SQUAT about nutrition with my PT cert. (see what I did there 😉)⁣
⁣
Most certifications tell you the absolutely minimal basics. If I had never expanded my knowledge base from that, no doubt I would not be a very good coach lol.🙃⁣
⁣
Fitness coaches/personal trainers can expand that general base by reading books, articles, studies, ebooks, listening to podcasts and other unbiased, educational content.⁣
⁣
BUT- *Most* big box gym “personal trainers” do not have the passion or drive to care about continuing education; on top of the fact that they’d have no time to explain it to you anyways.⁣
⁣
What can you do to make sure you can trust whoever you’re reaching out to for help?!⁣
✅ASK for their resume. How are they so qualified to guide you?⁣
✅YOU should interview THEM! Ask them why they think they can help you specifically and make them explain how they will do it.⁣
✅ASK for proof of client success via testimonials *or* research & reach out to their current/past clients to ask them yourself!!!⁣
⁣
I hope this enlightened you & you’ll do your research before putting your health in someone’s hands!🙌🏻⁣
⁣
👉🏻what’s the most ridiculous nutrition advice you’ve gotten from a “fitness professional” before?!⁣
Mine was: “don’t eat more than 300 calories after your workout”🙄☠️⁣
Comment below👇🏻
  •  129  40 9 hours ago
  • Glutes and core workout
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    @mariela.bravo.fit - Glúteos & Core ‼️
    Try this amazing workout at home 😉 with ankle weights (mine are 5 lbs each one)
    Try doing 3 rounds of each exercise - 8 - 10 reps per round (10 with each leg - in total 20 reps per round) 🙌🏻
  • Glutes and core workout
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@mariela.bravo.fit -  Glúteos & Core ‼️
Try this amazing workout at home 😉 with ankle weights (mine are 5 lbs each one)
Try doing 3 rounds of each exercise - 8 - 10 reps per round (10 with each leg - in total 20 reps per round) 🙌🏻
  •  4,729  41 13 hours ago