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  • We were a strange love. 
Too wild to last,
To rare to break. 🥀
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📸: @fliickman
  • We were a strange love. Too wild to last, To rare to break. 🥀 . 📸: @fliickman
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  • Kaiten nage, big wheel throw, windmill throw, rotary throw. Such a dynamic and exciting throw to perform. At speed it becomes very powerful and uke...
  • Kaiten nage, big wheel throw, windmill throw, rotary throw. Such a dynamic and exciting throw to perform. At speed it becomes very powerful and uke is literally spat across the dojo. As with all martial arts though, if you can perform the technique slowly and with control then when speed needs to be added it will be 100 times more powerful than simply practicing at full throttle constantly. Learn slow to become fast. #aikido #movement #kaitennage #martialart #whitleybay #slowitdown #smile #happytimes #ourwhitleybay
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  • Day 275: "Vocals"
I love watching live performances cause you can see how it's a real deal and you can feel the emotions.
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🎶 @__youngbae__ 🎶 Fan...
  • Day 275: "Vocals" I love watching live performances cause you can see how it's a real deal and you can feel the emotions. ▪ 🎶 @__youngbae__ 🎶 Fantastic Duo Live Performace ▪ #andrewsstory
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  • This is what we do - sort of (Part 2)
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Don’t take life too seriously 😃
  • This is what we do - sort of (Part 2) -|- Don’t take life too seriously 😃
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  • Here you see me demonstrate and perform the “ Good Morning “ exercise. -
This exercise is up there with the best hamstring exercises and also is a ...
  • Here you see me demonstrate and perform the “ Good Morning “ exercise. - This exercise is up there with the best hamstring exercises and also is a great exercise to both work on the eccentric part of the movement to tear more muscle fibers and also works the entire length of the erector spinae while loading the core and intercostal muscles on the concentric . - You have heared and seen me harp on about the hip hinge and the importance of it . This exercise will NOT be done correctly if you do not learn the hip hinge movement before hand . This is a perfect progression exercise once the hip hinge is perfected . Hip hinging is the in the top two must fundamental movements in exercise in my opinion. The hinging of the hips is essentially limiting the movement potential of the entire system to having all flexion and extension on the hip joint . - How to perform Good Mornings : 1. Load bar on fleshy part of upper back . 2. Walk the bar out of the rack . 3. Perform hip hinge , hinging your hips back away from your body . 4. Keeping your chest up , head and spine neutral . 5. Keep back directly straight on the eccentric . 6. Ensure no anterior pelvic pilt on the concentric and the top . Keep back straight on the stand . - Keep hands on the bar wide if you struggling with any sort of shoulder mobility issues as a slight regression .
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  • Yes. Yes I do have the right to be this lush and never ending.
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Music by @hozier 
Words by @nayyirah.waheed 
Movement by me
  • Yes. Yes I do have the right to be this lush and never ending. . Music by @hozier Words by @nayyirah.waheed Movement by me
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  • This is what we do - sort of... (part 1)
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Don’t take life too seriously!
  • This is what we do - sort of... (part 1) - Don’t take life too seriously!
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  • Sempre arrume tempo para dançar...
  • Sempre arrume tempo para dançar...
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  • Whoohooo gewonnen haben:
@cathi.mi
@trvlng2gthr und Claudi (von Facebook!)
Ich wünsche euch hammerviel Spaß beim Zähneputzen mit der einzigartigen ...
  • Whoohooo gewonnen haben: @cathi.mi @trvlng2gthr und Claudi (von Facebook!) Ich wünsche euch hammerviel Spaß beim Zähneputzen mit der einzigartigen Zahnseide und den Bambuszahnbürsten! 😍 😍 😍 . 📸@tksichtweise
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  • “Progress is in made in recovery.” This week has been a bit unusual to my typical training week, I’ve taken a lot of rest days & to tell you the tr...
  • “Progress is in made in recovery.” This week has been a bit unusual to my typical training week, I’ve taken a lot of rest days & to tell you the truth I needed it. We do often have this misconception that we should be pushing our bodies to the absolute max & eat as little as possible, because otherwise we won’t reach where we wanna be. Sometimes eating ⬆️ sleeping ⬆️ & training ⬇️ is actually the answer. When we push ourselves so much to the point where we can’t cope, we’re doing ourselves a disservice. We are overtaxing our nervous system, which isn’t good for our immune system, digestive, mental state & overall we won’t be able to get as far in a workout when we’re probably rested. This is just a reminder if you’re feeling sluggish & tired, it’s okay to take the day off & hit snooze for another hour 😊
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