Put your vision out there and the world will create it. be willing to walk the path and put in countess hours of honing your craft. with many years competing in wrestling and coaching various individuals from many different walks of life has added value and provided many life lessons. from moving to montreal for 9 years and having the opportunity to train under the montreal wrestling club alongside olympic and professional athletes, provided us with different insights and knowledge. it has been a great journey that brought us back to our home town abbotsford. sometimes things seem messy or don't make sense at the time. at the end things seem to come back in full circle. now we bring back our practical knowledge and experience to make a difference and create a change within our community. "increasing quality of life through movement".#physicalliteracy#community#gameplay#bhangra#youth#physed#mma#strongyouth#movement#abbotsford#personaltraining#training#play#sportsforlife#kidsports#fitness
Plyo box workout. -
two supersets (one set immediately followed by the second set), 1) 20 right leg split squats, 20 right legs lateral step-ups, repeat with left side.
1 minute rest.
2) 20 elevated knee touches, 20 v-seat toe touches.
perform 3 rounds with 2 min rest between rounds or through out the day. -
and if your doing this short workout because you actually have a baby, like me, then hold the railing carrying her down the steps for a few days after. .
This is one of the biggest things i always have to get ss to understand in #secphysed for my weight room focused course. #physed #repost@achievefitnessboston
do you make this box jump mistake?!
what’s up achievers?! @jasonlpak here with a common mistake we see when people perform box jumps. box jumps are a phenomenal way to teach proper landing mechanics because it limits the amount of distance on the way down after someone jumps up in the air.
once a person becomes proficient with their landing mechanics, we like to take the box away and go with a traditional squat jump, or a jump over hurdles to then further the amount of distance they travel on the way down - thereby increasing the amount of force that they have to absorb. for this reason, jumping off the box after a box jump doesn’t make a whole lot of sense. there are very specific instances in which a coach may have their athlete **step** off of the box and then immediately jump thereafter, but that movement, which is called a depth jump, is entirely different and deserves its own post altogether. the only other instance where someone may want to jump off a box is if they are in a crossfit setting and need to do a certain amount of jumps “for time”. but, for most other purposes, we think that stepping off is a better approach and provides a lot less impact on the knees.
we hope this information helped you out! share with a friend who you think would benefit from it! and until next time, peace, love, and muscles!✌️💙💪
O movimento tem um papel importante no desenvolvimento global da criança, pois representa a expressão das relações entre o ser e o meio em que vive. pode-se perceber que quando a criança tem maior estímulo a prática de atividades físicas seu organismo fica mais preparado para desenvolver a linguagem e alfabetização. atividades que requerem precisão na execução do movimento são muito importantes na formação das crianças, pois desenvolvem a coordenação visomotora o qual é fundamental para o letramento e alfabetização. entre as várias possibilidades de atividades/brincadeiras que envolvem a coordenação visomotora, o arremesso do basquete é uma atividade que desperta muito interesse nas crianças.