A star instructor for the trendy cycling workout brand SoulCycle is backpedaling after being criticized for getting the COVID-19 vaccine under the pretense of being a teacher.
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The One Thing Fitness Models Know That Salespeople Forgot (via Passle) by @Timothy_Hughes https://buff.ly/2pGHfZv Digital Leadership Associates
I met a realtor over social media a couple months ago. We messaged back and forth and hit it off right away. This week we finally met in person!
We went to dinner, chatted and had a great time. It was in the plan for me to demo PreBuilt for her and show her how it would help her automate her social media marketing for her realty business.
If I was to say she was impressed that would be an understatement. She was flabbergasted (haven\’t used that word in a long time!). Without hesitation she wanted all the details on how to sign up and start using it to promote her business and the homes she had for sale. Then she began to ask about the other sections, so I showed her the other verticals…… mortgage companies, gym and fitness professionals, retail sales, mlm sales and recruiting and talked about our new section for service professionals that would be going live this week. She was impressed!
We paid for dinner, packed up and said our goodbyes. As soon as I returned home, to my surprise, she sent me a message and said \”I\’m In!\” So I messaged back and told her that I was excited for her to use the program and that I would help her get started using it to manage her marketing. She replied, \”No, sign me up, I want to go into business with you, this is HUGE! I want to be a Brand Partner.\”
Now, I have been speaking with Angie for a couple months over social media and never once did I consider that she may be interested in creating a residual income and also help small businesses with their social media marketing, but, it just goes to show that you can never judge a book by it\’s cover. Using sites like this, networking and truly wanting to help others can lead you to success you didn\’t see coming! Keep putting in the work and keep spreading the info about your business, we are here to solve a problem, to help others and when you focus on that, you will find success!
It\’s not always easy, but it\’s always worth it!
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Want to try a different technique you may have never used to spice up your gym routine?? Give this a shot!
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Stretching is a very important part of physical fitness. It helps prevent injuries, increases strength, and overall helps you move and feel better. These are four stretches I recommend doing every single day.
I recommend holding stretches for at least 20 seconds but you can hold them for as long as you like!
Stretch 1: Calf stretch- Place your hands against the wall and extend one leg back far enough to where when you drive your heel towards the floor it can hardly touch.. this will give you the best stretch.
Stretch 2: Quad/Hip Flexor Stretch: Have one leg at 90 degrees and the other leg extended behind you. The leg that is behind you drive your hip foward to stretch out the hips and quads.
Stretch 3: Groin/hamstring stretch- Go into a split stance as far as you can feel comfortable. Push your hips back and fold your upper body towards the floor.
Stretch 4: 90-90 stretch: This stretch will help with the lower back and glutes. Place 1 leg behind you and 1 in front of you at 90 degrees. Keep your back nice and tall and lean forward then switch sides.
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I created my Pinterest few months ago and I\’m using it more and more.
Let me tell you the benefits I got from using it:
1. I don\’t have Facebook, Instagram, etc., therefore I wasn\’t able to see what happens on that social media platforms, until I started using Pinterest. I follow few people at the moment and I can suddenly see a lot of posts of my interest that are different than on LinkedIn, for example.:)
2. I created my own boards and I\’m collecting pins I like (quotes, jokes, travel, etc.) . It\’s very handy to have your favourite stuff at one place, so you can review and use them at any time.
3. Creating SPN board and saving pins from this SPN site there you will help us to raise the visibility and create more backlinks pointing to our site. If you are wondering, how you can help us, this is a very good way to start.:)
I\’m still discovering and building it out, so I\’m sure I\’ll discover more benefits on the way.
Do you use Pinterest? Do you like it? Please, share your thoughts.
Have a great day!!
A common issue people experience with doing lunges is knee pain. Fixing knee pain in this exercise luckily is easy to do. Here are some pointers.
1) Make sure your shin is vertical- If your shin angle is too severe it puts a lot of pressure on your knee cap.
2) Make sure your knee is in line with your foot- If your knee goes to the inside or outside of your foot this can cause pain because you have pressure on the joint.
3) Only go down as deep as you can without forcing it- If mobility is an issue you don\’t want to force it and risk getting injuried. Keep stretching and practicing and before you know it you\’ll have a full depth lunge down!
Thanks for watching the video! Subscribe to the channel and share with a friend if you found it helpful. Also leave a comment below on some topics you would like me to cover and i\’ll make a video :)
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Thank you for the invitation!!! I am someone who is going to be 60 and recovering from burnout. so I try to go biking and stretch..do some more every day. lasst year i lost 30 lbs and now I guess over the winter I gained 8lbs again…which is not too much to handle….as soon as the sun is out and it gets warmer I do my hour bike to my favorite spot by the Danube river and it will help me get out of that low..
I have changed my diet, not eating carbs and sugar (for one year now) thats a major change for me from my past. I find it great because I don\’t have those craves any more. I eat about every 4 hours and drink a lot of tub water, coffee, tea, cocoa. All in all I try to watch my health more than ever. My biggest weakness are monkey nuts.
I dont go to a fitness club because I like to be alone on my own floor…when doing my exercise. Soon I can go on a rehab and there I will use the fitness studio as much as possible. It will surely help my muscular build up…
Thank you for all you provide here!!! Bless you so much!!
Glad to be getting new fitness equipment in our Elk Grove location! Thanks for the Instagram love, SPN! Have a great day!
Life has push and pull. You often find that pushing someone to do something isn’t always effective.
Rather, if you pull someone toward an action, you’re leading by example and influencing the other person to naturally adopt whatever action you’re exemplifying.
Whenever life pulls you down, pull yourself up and pull others towards you. Instead of pushing away, I encourage you to pull others in
Don’t let life pull you down – gravity is a weaker force than what you’ve got inside of you.
And for added fun, here’s a couple of pull-ups with 100#. Enjoy the funny face afterwards for comedic effect – it’s all about having fun, right??
Follow me on Instagram @claim_your_purpose for motivation, personal development, and fitness fun!
If you want to get more physically fit, but don’t want to join the gym or hire a trainer, then you should definitely take a look at http://www.nextleveltheory.com. @eriknextlevel can help anyone learn a little bit more about different martial arts and self-defense. He can also help you improve your range of motion and functional fitness no matter what age group you fall into.
You’re never too old to get in better shape, so take a look at http://www.nextleveltheory.com and try the $1.00 promotion for one whole month of access to their video library. You can workout from the comfort of your own and learn many different martial arts techniques from @eriknextlevel. He can help anyone improve their range of motion and functional fitness.
I posted this video on Instagram earlier to show people that I am still flexible. Fitness is important. :) Take the #NextLevelTheory challenge.
Make sure you take your #YouTube video urls and add them here. Ask other SPN members to subscribe to your channel. Ask us to like or comment on your videos as you post them. Getting likes and comments on your YouTube videos is what feeds them into the search engine. We can all help each other build our brands and earn money through YouTube by working together. That is the whole point of SPN….win-win marketing. When you have a YouTube video post the url in the middle icon below…it will show the video preview and be live like this video. We can’t help you, if we don’t know how to help you. Ask questions on this platform by tagging me and I’ll answer with my best possible answer. @doylebuehler2 @doylebuehler9 @samhurley @craigwasilchak @maryhenderson @ronbarksdale @btaftfitness @doylebuehler0 @craigwasilchak @maryhenderson @ronbarksdale @btaftfitness @doylebuehler1 @craigwasilchak @maryhenderson @ronbarksdale @btaftfitness @doylebuehler2 @craigwasilchak @maryhenderson @ronbarksdale @btaftfitness @doylebuehler8 @craigwasilchak @maryhenderson @ronbarksdale @btaftfitness @doylebuehler9 @dano0 @dano1
How to do the Lat Pulldown
The lat pulldown is an exercise that you see done wrong all the time. From ego lifters loading the weight up just swinging it down to people just pulling with their biceps instead of their back. Watch this video a few times and next time you go to the gym you will be ahead of 90% of the people in there!
1) Grip the bar slightly wider than shoulder width apart( approx 4-6 inches ). Another easy way is to grab it just past when the bar starts to bend on both sides.
2) Straighten your legs out in front of you and lean slightly back. This is going to isolate your back rather than using your legs to assist you in the movement. Leaning slightly back is also going to allow you to squeeze your back tighter.
3) Pull the bar down towards your upper chest. Here is the KEY PART! Pull it by squeezing your shoulder blades back and keeping your elbows tucked as you come down. Think of this like an X. You are taking your right elbow and driving it towards the left and the left elbow towards the right. This will help you really get that squeeze in your back that builds up the muscle tone you are looking for.
4) Pause for a second in the contracted part of the movement and let it back up in a controlled manner.
That’s pretty much all there is to it! Keep practicing and really make a focus to pull with your back and not your biceps by consistantly thinking about squeezing your shoulder blades together. Don’t be afraid to start light and do higher repetitions in the 15-20 rep range until you get your form down.
If you found this article/video helpful I would really appreciate if you subscribed to my channel! Feel free to reach out as well if you want me to make a video on a specific topic and i’ll do my best to get to it for you :).
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Awesome! Things to watch and learn! Not to mention share! ;) Writing a blog on fitness to highlight you and @eriknextlevel tomorrow.
@dano2 shared a #podcast post on this site yesterday that had a link to LinkedIn and YouTube. I went and left a comment and a like on the YouTube video. I also shared it to Twitter.
I engaged on his LinkedIn post and helped there too!
Today, he is the #SPN member of the day and I tagged several of you. The more you engage and post things on this site the more I will help you.
My business is sharing and creating content. Give me content to share on this site and I’ll do what I can to return the favor in many different ways.
That is what #WinWin marketing (https://serviceprofessionalsnetwork.com/win-win-marketing-networking/) is all about.
I’ll help promote all sort of things all sorts of ways if you meet me half way.
Hey everybody! Today’s blog post is going to be about how to properly benchpress.
Why: This exercise is one of the best upper body exercises. You should perform this movement because it works out your shoulders, chest, and triceps all at once. Working all of these muscles out together is very functional and teaches your body how to work in unison.
How: This move is fairly simple but you can get injuried if you aren’t using proper form. Take these steps to get the best results.
1) Lay down with eyes directly under the bar.
2) Keep a slight arch in your back by pushing through your feet and squeezing your shoulder blades back and down. Keep your butt on the bench though. This will give you the most stability and protect your shoulders.
3) Take a deep breath and unload the bar.
4) Keep your elbows tucked towards your sides and bring the bar slowly towards your lower chest.
5) Drive on the way up breathing out as you exert the bar back up.
6) Squeeze your chest at the top and repeat.
I recommend doing this movement at least 3 sets of 8-12 repetitions on your chest day.
If you found this helpful it would really mean a lot to me if you could share this post and subscribe to my youtube channel. Also feel free to ask me any questions and i’ll make you a video on it!
Thanks! We have work to do especially on mobile (developing app early in the new year), but it is coming along. I appreciate you guys being here to help lay the foundation. Share your LinkedIn articles and posts with images and you’ll have good results.
Putting your url in the first 140 characters will also help results.
Question for you Mike. When you say put your URL in the first 140 characters… which URL do you mean?
For example, if I’m sharing my LinkedIn article on your site, are you saying to paste my LinkedIn article URL in the first 140 characters? Thank you!
Yes, that is what I am saying. I share most things (eventually) that get posted to this site. If you guys put a url in the first 140 characters, then it will be a live URL on other platforms after I share it.
If you post a LinkedIn update url into the little chain icon it will generate a preview that I can pin in most cases. It works really well if your LinkedIn update has an image.
If you share an image here and go back to write text after you upload the image into your update drop a link in the first 140 characters.