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Triceps : A area to concentrate

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Good Morning Friends

After a wonderful warm -up ; we all can concentrate today with a main focus of our Arms called as Triceps …😊

Lets Do some simple steps with Consistency and a healthy Diet…😃

Dumbbell Flat Press

-Lie on back.
– Hold weight in hand, arm at side, elbow bent to 90 degrees.
– Lift arm up, straightening elbow.
– Lower arm and repeat.

Barbell French Press
-Stand with barbell in hands overhead.
– Bend elbows, lowering bar behind head.
– Straighten elbows.
– Lower and repeat.

Barbell Skullbreaker

-Lie on back.
– Hold barbell in hands as shown.
– Bend elbows, lowering barbell toward forehead.
– Straighten elbows and repeat.
– Control the barbell and do not let barbell touch bridge of nose or forehead.

Dumbbell Double Overhead Press

-Sit or stand.
– Hold weights in hands, arms at side, elbows bent, as shown.
– Lift weights…

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Triceps : A area to concentrate

Good Morning Friends

After a wonderful warm -up ; we all can concentrate today with a main focus of our Arms called as Triceps …😊

Lets Do some simple steps with Consistency and a healthy Diet…😃

Dumbbell Flat Press

-Lie on back.
– Hold weight in hand, arm at side, elbow bent to 90 degrees.
– Lift arm up, straightening elbow.
– Lower arm and repeat.

Barbell French Press
-Stand with barbell in hands overhead.
– Bend elbows, lowering bar behind head.
– Straighten elbows.
– Lower and repeat.

Barbell Skullbreaker

-Lie on back.
– Hold barbell in hands as shown.
– Bend elbows, lowering barbell toward forehead.
– Straighten elbows and repeat.
– Control the barbell and do not let barbell touch bridge of nose or forehead.

Dumbbell Double Overhead Press

-Sit or stand.
– Hold weights in hands, arms at side, elbows bent, as shown.
– Lift weights up and overhead.
– Return to start position and repeat.

Dumbbell Triceps Lift

-Lie on back, arms over head, elbows bent as shown.
– Hold weights in hands.
– Straighten elbows through available range.
– Return to start position.

Dumbbell Triceps Kickback

-Stand, leaning over chair or table, arm back, elbow bent, as shown.
– Hold weight in hand.
– Straighten elbow through available range.
– Return to start position.

Dips

-Place hands on dip bars, elbows bent.
– Push down, raising body upward.
– Lower and repeat.

Incline Slide Triceps Extend

-Attach cables according to manufacturer instructions.
– Sit facing foot rest.
Hold handle in right hand with elbow bent, arm at side.
– Straighten elbow, pulling handle downward.
– Return and repeat.
– Repeat series with left arm.

Machine Triceps Extension

-Sit at triceps machine with upper arms supported.
– Grasp handles with hands, elbows bent.
– Straighten elbows.
– Return to start position and repeat.

Pulley Pushdown

-Stand in front of pulley.
– Grasp handle with both hands.
– Begin with handle up to chin, elbows out to sides.
– Push down, straightening arms.
– Raise and repeat.

Pulley Triceps Extension

-Attach pulley to secure object.
– Grasp handle, thumb up, elbow bent, as shown.
– Straighten elbow.
– Return to starting position.

Triceps Dip

-Position arms on stable bench as shown.
– Maintain a straight trunk with heels on floor.
– Slowly lower upper body downward.
– Raise back up and repeat.

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Fitness for lower Back

Lower Back is the main problem Area for most of my clients ;
Just concentrate one muscle and do this for every alternative day of a week .
Keep the consistency and see the results

Here is a suggested warm-up:

Warm-Up: (1 circuit, 30 sec rest between exercises)

Burpees x 30 sec
Jumping Jacks x 30 sec
Jump Rope x 30 sec
Split Shuffles x 30 sec
Dynamic Stretching:

Walking lunges x 20m
Running High Knees x 20m
Running Butt Kicks x 20m
Running Carioca – 20m
Lying Scorpion

2.Unilateral leg squat
(I.e Bulgarian Split Squat )

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About Bharatnatyam by AindrilaDaFit

Bharatnatyam: Indian Classical Dance History
Flying through air, carving shapes in space; a story to tell. Stand, squat, sit jump and twirl. Revel in the flurry of foot movements – Bharatanatyam is an extensive and beautiful dance form; extensive in its history, technique, interpretations and costume. It is exacting but very beautiful, very graceful.
Bharatanatyam has not always been called Bharatanatyam. Sadir and Dasi Attam are some of the names synonymous with what has now emerged to be called Bharatanatyam .
Sadir was revived by Rukmini Dev Arundale who nationalized the dance, introduced changes in costume and style and associated it with chastity. Kalakshetra was established by her to revive Sadir, now Bharatanatyam, by her interpretation of the dance and the institute still runs successfully.

What a student of Bharatanatyam is traditionally taught is that Bharatanatyam is named after Bharatamuni, writer of the Natya Shastra and that its etymological meaning comprises the syllables, Bha (bhava or expression), Ra (raga or music) and Ta (rhythm). These prefixed with ‘Natyam’ or dance, then, make Bharatanatyam a dance of expression, music and rhythm.

I just feel instead of creating lots of style in Bharatanatyam ; we all should try to glorify this beautiful dance with
Bha ; Ra ; Ta …..

Thanks
Aindrila
Creative Director Aindrila’s Da-Fit

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