fitmom | Chancie Rae -113LBS media on instagram
  • Just now

Set a goal that makes you want to jump out of bed in the morning. ⏰

Beau Smith media on instagram
  • 4 minutes ago

I get this question a lot. should I think about losing body fat or should I think about adding muscle? Many think they can do both at the same time, but you have to remember that these goals are on the opposite ends of the spectrum. Full explanation on my latest IGTV video.

Peter O Reilly FRCms P.T. 🇮🇪 media on instagram
  • 7 minutes ago

🔥 𝗛𝗢𝗪 𝗧𝗢 𝗕𝗨𝗜𝗟𝗗 𝗧𝗛𝗘 𝗣𝗘𝗥𝗙𝗘𝗖𝗧 𝟲 𝗣𝗔𝗖𝗞🔥 -⁠ Follow @TheTrainingManual for daily fitness/nutrition tips and education📚 - Now that its summer, abs are all the craze. Above you can see all the different parts of the abs and exercises that will target each respective part. The serratus isn’t directly part of the abs, but can contribute to the whole look and so you can learn more about it in my article if you’re interested. ⁠ -⁠ Also, while these exercises are great for giving your abs a 3D look, it’s important to keep in mind that abs are made in the gym and revealed in the kitchen.⁠ -⁠ -⁠ 📚 Check out our previous post on core development and ab exercises. . Tag someone who wants shredded abs.⁠ -⁠ Post credit: @nattyknowledge📌 . . . . #pushpulllegs #coreworkout #pullday #squat #squats #glutes #quads #hamstrings #yoga #fitness #mobilitywod #flexibility #physicaltherapy #yogi #bodybuilding #weekendyoga #deadlift #gymsharkwomen #hypertrophy #legday #workout #yogaformen #physio #irishfitfam #idoportal #idoportalmethod #myodetox #mobility #yogafit #iifym

Beau Smith media on instagram
  • 9 minutes ago

How do you know when you should think about shredding body fat or think about about adding muscle? #cutting #bulking #rngfitness

Gracie Gordon media on instagram
  • 11 minutes ago

#CookieFriday ...but make it breakfast. Who wants in?? . These Loaded Breakfast Cookies are chewy + hearty and also vegan/gluten-free! Search “breakfast cookies” at for the recipe 🍪 #HungryBlonde #ChewyBlonde

Maibel Rodriguez media on instagram
  • 14 minutes ago

Wednesday is a hump day but everyday is a pump day 💪🏼 // Since I’ll be going on vacation in 6 days, My coach @mvphysiques has had me doing freestyle workouts this past week and a half before I go & its been pretty cool to do a variation of exercises that I typically don’t do or that I haven’t done in a long time. Has my body sore as 💩 I split my leg days into ✌🏼 with this being on Tuesday that was more quad/hamstring and calves focused while today will be more glute focused 🍑 Wish me luck!

Jorden | 🦏 | Fat Evicerator media on instagram
  • 15 minutes ago

[4/6] 6 Fat Loss Facts for Better Results Fat Loss Fact #4 : Stop eating garbage macros When it comes to losing fat, calories matter first. However, food quality also matters, so even if you’re hitting your macros while consistently shoveling burgers, fries, and ice cream into your face, pay attention. Just because you can fit something into your macros, doesn't mean you always should. Food composition and quality affect a number of different things. Highly palatable, highly processed foods are going to be digested faster and increase ghrelin production a lot more than nutrient-dense, less processed foods. Our bodies get full-on volume, not calories, so the lower the volume of your food, the hungrier you’re going to be. Not only that, but sugary, processed carbs like ice cream, bread, and other packaged foods are going to spike insulin a lot more than things like veggies, potatoes, rice, and other sources of carbs that are closer to their more natural state. And while spiking insulin isn’t a bad thing around your training sessions, consistently spiked levels of insulin can create insulin resistance and make building muscle and losing fat more difficult. Lastly, eating high-quality foods greatly decreases the risk of fucking up your diet. As shocking as it is, nutrition labels in the United States are legally allowed to be off by as much as 20%. Meaning if you’re eating something where the label says it has 300 calories, in reality, it could have as much as 360 calories. And the more ingredients or complex that food is, the greater the chance of it being off. So if you’re eating a lot of packaged or processed foods, you can see where these extra calories can add up over time, and where being even just a bit off with your portion sizes can add in enough calories to slow or halt your progress. ⠀ The simpler you keep your foods a majority of the time, the better your progress.