Here’s a back workout I did last week. 3 supersets and it was tough! It was excruciatingly hot that day - I think the temperature was about 45 degrees Celsius whilst I was working out! 😱🔥 You can see during the 2nd exercise that the fans were on full speed but that still didn’t help 😫 Silly me - I should have worn shorts cause my legs were sweating and they usually don’t 😂 Anyway got through the workout without fainting 😅💦
All exercises were performed in slow controlled motion and that’s what made it tough. But you can’t see the control the video is sped up 🤷🏽♀️
🎵 by @nance
Who or what inspires me⁉️
(That's a tough question, I think I could split out about 20 things. But really I have a list.. 😏)
If I'm only chosing one, it would be: celebrating my body. Nothing is more fun than challenging yourself to things you never thought you could do and one day you're doing them. My body is so amazing and so adaptable. 👍👊 Look at the amazing things you can do and be proud❗
GMB Trainer Conor O'Shea (@feelgoodhacks) posted this video a while back, and his caption is definitely worth quoting:
"I've done this movement—tuck to shoulder stand to l sit—about 3 times in my life, and today was the first time it felt easy. The reason is I've been trying and failing miserably with the same movement on the rings.
The moral of the story: Failing at higher-level skills doesn't mean you're not getting stronger. You are. It's just probably not noticeable in that movement yet. Keep showing, keep practicing, and enjoy the process!"
Conor is an Irishman Down Under, training out of Melbourne. Follow him for all kinds of great tips and inspiration! And while you’re at it, check out @gmbfitnessaus, too. 😎