sydney strength conditioning

sydney strength conditioning

www.michelledrielsma.com
Exercise Physiologist & Strength Coach. Published Author, Mover, Surfer, Groover. Alignment, Freedom of Movement & Natural Athletic Development.
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Having the strength and mobility to do a smooth set of single leg swiss ball hip extension / knee flexion (aka swiss ball leg curls) is a lower body benchmark for me.  Cramping, tearing (avoid 🚫!) or simply not having the strength to lift your hips and flex your knee safely is a sign we gotta work on your hamstring strength and mobility. 🔄 Move through a series of active hip mobility techniques to target your hip extensors (glutes, hamstrings) and knee flexors (hamstrings). Click link in…

Having the strength and mobility to do a smooth set of single leg swiss ball hip extension / knee flexion (aka swiss ball leg curls) is a lower body benchmark for me. Cramping, tearing (avoid 🚫!) or simply not having the strength to lift your hips and flex your knee safely is a sign we gotta work on your hamstring strength and mobility. 🔄 Move through a series of active hip mobility techniques to target your hip extensors (glutes, hamstrings) and knee flexors (hamstrings). Click link in…

Having the strength and mobility to do a smooth set of single leg swiss ball hip extension / knee flexion (aka swiss ball leg curls) is a lower body benchmark for me.  Cramping, tearing (avoid 🚫!) or simply not having the strength to lift your hips and flex your knee safely is a sign we gotta work on your hamstring strength and mobility. 🔄 Move through a series of active hip mobility techniques to target your hip extensors (glutes, hamstrings) and knee flexors (hamstrings). Click link in…

Having the strength and mobility to do a smooth set of single leg swiss ball hip extension / knee flexion (aka swiss ball leg curls) is a lower body benchmark for me. Cramping, tearing (avoid 🚫!) or simply not having the strength to lift your hips and flex your knee safely is a sign we gotta work on your hamstring strength and mobility. 🔄 Move through a series of active hip mobility techniques to target your hip extensors (glutes, hamstrings) and knee flexors (hamstrings). Click link in…

Not yoga. Not animal flow. Just moving.

Not yoga. Not animal flow. Just moving.

Not yoga. Not animal flow. Just moving.

Not yoga. Not animal flow. Just moving.

@thomasvictorcarroll torquing that right knee like nobody’s business.. Definitely an inspiration having come off the back of a total knee reconstruction not too long ago ✌ 📷@surfphotosofyou

@thomasvictorcarroll torquing that right knee like nobody’s business.. Definitely an inspiration having come off the back of a total knee reconstruction not too long ago ✌ 📷@surfphotosofyou

“All of us are born unique. This uniqueness is marked genetically in our DNA. We are a one time phenomenon in the universe. Our exact genetic makeup has never occurred before, nor will it ever be repeated.” - Robert Green. #sydneystrengthconditioning #unique #muppet #life

“All of us are born unique. This uniqueness is marked genetically in our DNA. We are a one time phenomenon in the universe. Our exact genetic makeup has never occurred before, nor will it ever be repeated.” - Robert Green. #sydneystrengthconditioning #unique #muppet #life

“Never let success go to your head or failure go to your heart” - Some Smart Person.  #sydneystrengthconditioning #fitness #active #goodquotes

“Never let success go to your head or failure go to your heart” - Some Smart Person. #sydneystrengthconditioning #fitness #active #goodquotes

Super Strict Sit-Ups with 6kg medicine ball - the new core strength exercise that my clients have had the pleasure of adding to the tail end of their workouts as of late. The goal - keep the legs flat on the ground and arms as vertical as humanly possible (keep them back by the ears) as you sit all the way up. On lowering, keep the arms vertical / back by the ears as much as humanly possible. 💪 For my massive online training library and coaching programs, click link in bio 👆

Super Strict Sit-Ups with 6kg medicine ball - the new core strength exercise that my clients have had the pleasure of adding to the tail end of their workouts as of late. The goal - keep the legs flat on the ground and arms as vertical as humanly possible (keep them back by the ears) as you sit all the way up. On lowering, keep the arms vertical / back by the ears as much as humanly possible. 💪 For my massive online training library and coaching programs, click link in bio 👆

Movement is a vehicle for creating change in our physical, emotional and mental states.  I alter my experience of frustration, impatience, disappointment, anger and hurt often by shifting my inner tension with outer movement.  #sydneystrengthconditioning #movement #movementmedicine #balance

Movement is a vehicle for creating change in our physical, emotional and mental states. I alter my experience of frustration, impatience, disappointment, anger and hurt often by shifting my inner tension with outer movement. #sydneystrengthconditioning #movement #movementmedicine #balance

This would have trashed my shoulders 6 years ago, before I realised my shoulder internal rotation and shoulder extension had some (continual) mobility work to do. I don’t usually load this movement as bodyweight is hard enough, but novel and challenging training I like! I used a 10kg plate and loaded it on my chest/trunk area (a bonus of having a flat chest) and tried my best to keep my shoulders held back (kinda struggled) and hips from dropping. If doing this bodyweight only is a problem…

This would have trashed my shoulders 6 years ago, before I realised my shoulder internal rotation and shoulder extension had some (continual) mobility work to do. I don’t usually load this movement as bodyweight is hard enough, but novel and challenging training I like! I used a 10kg plate and loaded it on my chest/trunk area (a bonus of having a flat chest) and tried my best to keep my shoulders held back (kinda struggled) and hips from dropping. If doing this bodyweight only is a problem…