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SWITCH 40 is now live! Switch 40 consists of two new class types designed to give you the most effective cardio workout in an all-new fast-paced 40 min sessions. Come try it out with me. 🔥🔥🔥 This week schedule: 12th st: ☝🏽Wednesday 9:45am BOXCORE ☝🏽Thursday 10:15am BOXCORE ☝🏽Thursday 11:15am SWITCH 。。。 Soho: ☝🏽Saturday 10:30am SWITCH ☝🏽Saturday 12pm BOXCORE #boxcore #cardiocurcuit
💃🏻What defines a model workout and why is it different than other workouts?💃🏻 ☝🏽When working with any person one has to understand the goal obviously and what that individuals needs are. ☝🏽If it’s an athlete I would study tape of the demands and movement patterns that are specific to that sport or individual and program accordingly. ☝🏽So when looking at a typical models prerequisites and body types or requirements it is a balancing act of long toned figures with soft lines and small amounts of visible lean mass being extremely cautious of creating any symmetry changing muscle development as the camera picks everything up. Also on runways a firm but soft look with no cellulite or excessive moving loose skin or body fat is the target. Most models are ectomorphs by nature with long extremities and smaller bone structure. Adding any inches to their frame is generally not an option. I therefore work on functional movements, bodyweight and resistance bands more than weights. Higher intensity but focus on glutes and core. Obviously the abductor and adductor activation movements are crucial for the firm upper leg and posterior chain movements to complete the shape of the lower body are all major factors. Models usually cannot be over muscular unless athletic modeling is the goal. #trainlikeanangel #victoriassecret #victoriasecretfashionshow #models #fitness #fitnessmotivation #modelworkout #workout #workoutoftheday #lorena #steveuria #switchplaygroundnyc #switchplayground #nyc #newyork
This Saturday 10:30am - sign up for a special FDNY Fundraiser class at @switchplaygroundnyc Soho. Very limited spots are available. Co-hosting by @steveuria and @tonygrecotg #charity #switchplayground #steveuria #switcholaygroundnyc #fundraiser #fdny #fitness
Happy Wednesday, everyone! 📝In these times, when many people spend a large part of their day looking at computer screens, tablets and smart phones, good postural integrity is extremely important, and it starts with core strength and stability. 📝A popular misconception is that your “core” is just your stomach, but it is much more than that. It includes everything that helps your body maintain proper posture: The erector spinae, rectus abdominus, transverse abdominus, intercostals, gluteus maximus, the quads and hamstrings, and many other supporting muscles, bones and connective tissue. All of these work together to keep your body upright and in proper alignment throughout the day. 📝My own postural practice starts first thing in the morning. ☝🏽I lie flat on my back on a firm surface, with my legs bent and my feet flat on the floor, then do 20 pelvic thrusts. Proper form is important, keeping the belly button pulled towards the spine throughout the motion, and squeezing the glutes with each thrust: Remember – they are the strongest muscles in the body, the source of most of your speed and power. This also engages your abdominal muscles in a “negative” contraction as they lower your hips with each repetition. ☝🏽Next, I’ll do ten yoga cat/cow postures, which continues to warm up the core and the lower back, preparing my lumbar region for the day ahead. I follow this with a good child’s pose, keeping my knees wide, toes touching and butt resting on the heels, while I walk the hands forward as far as I can, stretching the torso and entire body. While in this pose, I looking gently side to side, warming up the neck muscles. ☝🏽Then, I’ll do ten slow body-weight squats, which continues to warm up the glutes, as well as the quads and the hamstrings. ☝🏽Next, I stand up straight, roll the shoulders back ten times, then forward ten times, warming up the delts and rhomboids, before settle into a good standing posture, with my shoulders down and slightly back, making sure not to pull them up towards the ears. From start to finish, I maintain a good, steady breathing pattern, bringing each breath in through the nose and releasing it out through the mouth. ⬇️⬇️⬇️