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captain-snark: kedreeva: kedreeva: Sigh. It’s February 16th. They made it 2 weeks longer than last year at least. I have been explaining to them that it’s FEBRUARY and that February is NOT the time to lay eggs and they had been doing REALLY GOOD and not laying any eggs and then SARK went out today and let them out and told them it was warming up, time to lay eggs, and I shit you not, I walked out tonight to lock them up and found this in the nest box. I’m going to crack this over his head while he sleeps, for betraying me like this :| Because the temperatures outside are currently below freezing, which means that the eggs either freeze or at least get cold enough that the gametes die and the eggs cannot be hatched. Since peafowl only lay a few eggs a year (each hen will lay…. maybe 30 eggs in a year), it’s bad to lose a good portion of them to cold for no reason. me: it’s a duck!also me: …egg…it’s a eggalso me: S’not even a duck egg: captain-snark: kedreeva: kedreeva: Sigh. It’s February 16th. They made it 2 weeks longer than last year at least. I have been explaining to them that it’s FEBRUARY and that February is NOT the time to lay eggs and they had been doing REALLY GOOD and not laying any eggs and then SARK went out today and let them out and told them it was warming up, time to lay eggs, and I shit you not, I walked out tonight to lock them up and found this in the nest box. I’m going to crack this over his head while he sleeps, for betraying me like this :| Because the temperatures outside are currently below freezing, which means that the eggs either freeze or at least get cold enough that the gametes die and the eggs cannot be hatched. Since peafowl only lay a few eggs a year (each hen will lay…. maybe 30 eggs in a year), it’s bad to lose a good portion of them to cold for no reason. me: it’s a duck!also me: …egg…it’s a eggalso me: S’not even a duck egg
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MY DAILY SHOULDER MOBILITY DRILL The shoulder dislocate is a drill I do on the daily. Most of my patients can attest to me grabbing the PVC and doing a few of these while we run through exercises.πŸ˜… . It takes the shoulder joint through a full circumduction motion and will help you build and maintain excellent shoulder mobility, making it one of my ☝ top recommendations for anyone sitting at a desk all day as it opens up the thoracic spine and pecs, helping get you out of that kyphotic, rounded shoulders posture. And the best part is, you can do it right at 🏠 home or in the gym with a broomstick, PVC pipe, or band. . I like to warm up the tissues by doing 15 reps of πŸ™‹ one arm up and over at a time and then repeat in the other direction. Then go into the full dislocate where you move πŸ™† both arms back and forth. . If you have really tight shoulders, you'll need to start out at the widest grip length or use the band. As your shoulders open up, you can start a bring the hands in. Make sure to keep the ribs ‡ down so that you create motion only at the shoulder and don't hyperextend the lumbar spine. . Add it into your routine once or twice every day this week and you'll feel much better come Friday. πŸ˜„ . 🎡 - Rakeem Miles - A Dollar A Day Prehab101: Open Up Your Rounded Shoulders @dr.jacob.harden MY DAILY SHOULDER MOBILITY DRILL The shoulder dislocate is a drill I do on the daily. Most of my patients can attest to me grabbing the PVC and doing a few of these while we run through exercises.πŸ˜… . It takes the shoulder joint through a full circumduction motion and will help you build and maintain excellent shoulder mobility, making it one of my ☝ top recommendations for anyone sitting at a desk all day as it opens up the thoracic spine and pecs, helping get you out of that kyphotic, rounded shoulders posture. And the best part is, you can do it right at 🏠 home or in the gym with a broomstick, PVC pipe, or band. . I like to warm up the tissues by doing 15 reps of πŸ™‹ one arm up and over at a time and then repeat in the other direction. Then go into the full dislocate where you move πŸ™† both arms back and forth. . If you have really tight shoulders, you'll need to start out at the widest grip length or use the band. As your shoulders open up, you can start a bring the hands in. Make sure to keep the ribs ‡ down so that you create motion only at the shoulder and don't hyperextend the lumbar spine. . Add it into your routine once or twice every day this week and you'll feel much better come Friday. πŸ˜„ . 🎡 - Rakeem Miles - A Dollar A Day Prehab101
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Are you foam rolling correctly before you squat? If not, you may be wasting your time & leaving stiffness on the table that could be hindering your technique quality!😳😳 . Foam rolling has been shown in research to help improve mobility, allowing you to get into better technical positions while lifting. It also does NOT decrease your ability to produce strength & power! βœ… . The big take away: roll SLOWLY up & down the length of your muscles looking for stiff or tender areas. When you find a spot, sit in it & move into it with slow rhythmical movements. Moving fast up & down the length of the muscle doesn't lead to much change in your tissues at all! So .... go slow! _________________________________ This is a clip from episode 5 of the AskSquatU Show on my YouTube - check it out for a full 20 min review of how I warm up before squatting! _________________________________ Squat SquatUniversity Powerlifting weightlifting crossfit training wod workout gym fit fitfam fitness fitspo oly olympicweightlifting hookgrip mobility USAW physicaltherapy lifting crossfitter motivation AskSquatU squats crossfitcommunity foamroller foamroll: How to Foam Roll Before You Squat @Squat University Quad Muscles Rectus Femoris Vastus Medialis Vastus Lateralis Are you foam rolling correctly before you squat? If not, you may be wasting your time & leaving stiffness on the table that could be hindering your technique quality!😳😳 . Foam rolling has been shown in research to help improve mobility, allowing you to get into better technical positions while lifting. It also does NOT decrease your ability to produce strength & power! βœ… . The big take away: roll SLOWLY up & down the length of your muscles looking for stiff or tender areas. When you find a spot, sit in it & move into it with slow rhythmical movements. Moving fast up & down the length of the muscle doesn't lead to much change in your tissues at all! So .... go slow! _________________________________ This is a clip from episode 5 of the AskSquatU Show on my YouTube - check it out for a full 20 min review of how I warm up before squatting! _________________________________ Squat SquatUniversity Powerlifting weightlifting crossfit training wod workout gym fit fitfam fitness fitspo oly olympicweightlifting hookgrip mobility USAW physicaltherapy lifting crossfitter motivation AskSquatU squats crossfitcommunity foamroller foamroll
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