Hey Rochester! Join us this Saturday 6-8 PM for our annual holiday party. All are welcome! Come meet our chef, try the food (buffet style😉) and enjoy some drinks and protein packed coco. Every guest can enter to win a free weeks worth of meals or 5 free visits to our shake bar. 1900 S Clinton avenue, Rochester NY. 🎄✨🥂🍴
Would you believe me if I told you I’m 2lbs heavier in the second picture? The first picture was taken in June, I was down 55lbs and feeling great. The second was taken just recently and the scale says I’ve put on 2lbs since then. If you’re lifting weights and working out daily, THROW YOUR SCALE IN THE GARAGE. You know what.. even if you’re not working out, just throw that sucker out. No number in the world will ever define who you are inside, we let that hunk of metal and plastic have too much control over us. Anyway my point is clearly the number means shit, I look healthier in the second picture, I have also changed so much mentally since that picture was taken. It’s amazing how far you can come after only a few months. Keep pushing yourself and growing mentally and physically because you will thank yourself in no time. Side note: @kimberleyleland I didn’t crop you out this time💁🏻♀️
Making you retain allllll the water 💦. No but really...HAPPY MEDICAL MONDAY FAM! Today’s topic is syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone secretion..or better known as SIADH! Did you know...
1. The hypothalamus produces antidiuretic hormone (ADH), and the pituitary gland stores and releases it in to the rest of your body.
2. In SIADH your kidneys excrete excess sodium, making it very hard for your body to release water and messing up all your vital electrolytes. Losing too much sodium + water retention = hyponatremia.
3. With the electrolyte imbalance symptoms can start with simple irritability and loss of appetite, muscle cramping, nausea and vomiting and can lead in to more acute symptoms like heart arrhythmias, confusion, seizures and even a coma.
4. Causes of SIADH are usually because of a more serious underlying issue like brain infection, bleeding in or around the brain, head trauma, hydrocephalus, multiple sclerosis, Guillian-Barre syndrome, certain cancers, lung infections, cystic fibrosis and certain medications.
5. Treatments include limiting water intake to prevent further buildup, diuretics like furosemide (Lasix) and and those that can inhibit ADH, like demeclocycline.
I hope you guys have an AMAZING Monday and successful rest of the week. Only 13 more days of 2017 left...make them good ones! Love always, you fav cardiac nurse ❤️
At CrossFit 88, we like to give a public shout out to folks we feel epitomize our core values: consistency, hard work, positive attitude, overcoming of fears or obstacles and community spirit.
We are lucky enough to have a gym full of amazing people and today we are shining a spotlight on ✨✨Kasia Zaremba✨✨
Kasia works hard during every WOD and is an athlete that many of us look up to. She is a great example of what consistency, focus on skills, and hard work allow you to do👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
Click the link in our bio to read more.
Penso che il riscaldamento precedente l’attività del sollevare pesi, soprattutto nei movimenti con bilancere finalizzati al powerlifting o alla preparazione atletica, sia un aspetto tanto importante quanto frequentemente trascurato.
Sono convinto che la verità stia nel mezzo, e che si necessiti di una combinazione di esercizi di riscaldamento dinamici e stretching statico. A mio avviso la chiave sta nel fare stretching statico subito prima dell’allenamento, seguito da un riscaldamento dinamico. In questo modo, lo stretching statico è svolto per incrementare la flessibilità, nel momento in cui il muscolo è più pronto ad aumentarla. Il riscaldamento dinamico seguirebbe per preparare il muscolo all’esercizio.
I tessuti possono cambiare in due modi : in lunghezza e in densità. Si utilizza, quindi, prima il foam roller per sciogliere “i nodi muscolari” e diminuire così la densità, successivamente stretchiamo il muscolo per incrementarne la lunghezza. La teoria dell’allungare il muscolo quando è freddo perchè può sottostare a una deformazione plastica e allungarsi, mentre il muscolo caldo si allunga e poi ritorna alla lunghezza originale, non è da sottovalutare, anzi io la condivido pienamente.
Car deadlift- felt heavy, 7 reps in 0:30 seconds, looked down, saw all the pretty colors 💥 💥, couldn’t get 1 more rep for the life of me. Walked away smiling because I didn’t pass out which I was slightly afraid of. Right in the middle on this one, some zeros and winner had 12 reps!