The end of the year has arrived. For fitness enthusiasts, that means starting the new year with more motivation. Well, we have to say that this should also include upgrading your Instagram “Follow” list. After all, there’s bound to be at least a fitness tip or two among his doomscrolling that might add to, or even change, his 2024 training regimen.
Fitness tips on social media are usually ridiculed, but if chosen well, they can be a treasure trove. While you may have your own preferences as to who to follow and why, pages that focus on different aspects of training include strength, mobility, prevention and rehabilitation, technique, and of course HIIT. Here is a list of: So, depending on which of these you want, here are his five Instagram pages you should follow next year (and hopefully longer).
ldcfitness/@ldcfitness: Lucas Díaz Colodrero is a former fitness coach at David Beckham’s football club, Inter Miami. He specializes in creating short, easy-to-do workouts for people interested in movement-based sports rather than heavy lifting or muscle building. This means focusing on conditioning-based workouts and working on speed and explosiveness.
Most of his videos are aimed at soccer players, but they can be used by anyone playing any sport, even running or swimming. He often uses his medicine ball, bench, and cable machines, as well as his resistance bands. But the best part is that he has learned how to simplify them and presents the workouts in order with the aforementioned sets and reps. To further explain, we also mention whether the dumbbells are light or heavy.
One of my favorite ldfcitness posts is “Tired of Running?” Try this post:
Anatomy of Therapy/@theanatomyoftherapy: This page with 1.7 million followers does not do justice to Dr. John Cybulski’s career, which is listed as a “chiropractor,” a profession that is not very well-regarded in the fitness world. . But there’s no “magical” behind-the-scenes cracking involved here. Cybulski created a page that was more than just a back cover.
It’s about strengthening your hips, hamstrings, knees, and anything that can affect your posterior chain. There are tips for strengthening your shoulders, upper back, and neck. It also covers headaches! He uses graphics to pinpoint areas of concern, making it very easy to identify if a post is aimed at you. An example is shown below.
Dr. Susie Spillockemail@example.com: Posts that provide answers to fundamental questions that are usually not covered by a single trainer or study are always appealing. Spirlock is very good at understanding the most common questions people ask themselves while working out. And I must say that going to the gym and asking questions out loud and searching for the right answers online is not easy for everyone.
She also uses statements to introduce her workouts. This one, titled “Training Your Hip Flexors,” teaches people that stretching alone is not the solution to making your hip flexors tight, slowing down all your movements, and causing pain during the most basic movements. is shown.
The most common question is: Does my lower back hurt after deadlifting?
Sia Pierre/@pierreseliteperformance: I wrote more about speed, stability, barefoot training and the French Contrast Method in another article. lounge title work Get athlete-like health with the French Contrast Method—This is the core principle of Shay Pierre’s workout.
The idea of French contrast training is simple. Continue with compound weightlifting exercises that include explosive movements that target the same muscles. Example: bench press followed by plyometric push-ups. Below he shares two of his workouts. One for sprint and one for stability.
Derrick Ansah/@derrickkansah_: On any given gym day, the simplest workouts are the ones most easily forgotten. Due to boredom or repetition, it’s easy to sacrifice front raises on one shoulder day in favor of doing them the next. Derrick Unser steps in. Ghanaian trainers target the muscles that are best worked. Because it’s a muscle that most people need help with. Biceps? Answers will show you a simple routine to demonstrate with reps and sets such as:
And what about your shoulders? This 20-minute seated shoulder workout of his shows just how creative he can be. This is the page he visits when he wants to take a breather and forget about his usual routine.
Pulasta Dhar is a soccer commentator, podcaster, and writer.