The moment has come to enter into a "New Phase"..... #PHRENCHmade Hair Services will now be featuring "How To.." styling #videos !!! If you would love to see a certain #style or #technique done by yours truly "Phrenchie" leave a comment below or DM. or email me at Phrenchmade@gmail.com.
After years of clients, family and friends inquiring about how to style or just to manage there hair textures I thought to myself....."Instead of withholding the info and gifts that I possess for salon services it's no reason for me not to share them with you ALL." So why not only put myself out there for a "New Change" but to help others to learn how to make some changes in their styling regimens. I'm excited to share these New Phases to you and hope it brings some fun and new styling techniques that you will enjoy Phasing into! 😘✌
How To Thermal Coil:
(Phase 1:) Prep hair by shampooing and conditioning. I love to use our @mizaniusa
New Moisturfusion line, which helps moisturize & hydrate the hair. (Phase 2:) Using my Mizani leave-in #25MiracleMilk , spray hair evenly and detangle with a wet brush or wide tooth comb. [TIP: Ends were lightly trimmed to remove any fish hooks from curls]. Using Mizani #SleekGuard for heat protection proceed to blowdry hair w/ wide tooth comb but leave about 80% of it's natural texture for fullness. (Phase 3:) Prep hair with more heat protection styling aids. Try our Mizani #StyleNStyleAgain which also adds heat protection but helps curl memory for restyling hair. A wand iron was used to curl 1" sections of the hair w/ hair clips to hold in place for setting. After set is complete remove clips and proceed to style by lightly separating the curls using our Mizani #25MiracleOil & #HRM holding spray.
Little compilation from today. Never been coached before and this is my 8th 121 session with @pyramid_boxing_ 👊🥊
I always wanted to learn how to box and recently committed to it. It started with a few group classes earlier this year and 8 weeks ago I took it a step further and booked in to get coached. So happy that I did and the improvements I've made in a short space of time are down to Aaron. I have a pretty strong personality and I don't take direction from just anyone (slight under statement!! 😏) but Aaron has been amazing, a very skilled boxer and coach! Really grateful for our sessions and excited to continue to learn and progress. ...might not look it from my face but this is very much a happy place for me 😊
@Regran_ed from @coachdavelove - 🏀Getting Arc on the Ball 🏀
One of the most common suggestions I hear for getting more arc on the ball is for a player to "hold their follow through". Unfortunately, the damage is already done if a player has poor arc.
The arc of the ball is determined by factors long before we get to the follow through.
If you need to get better arc, first make sure that your shooting hand is under the ball at your set point.
If your hand is under the ball then you are in a position to lift the ball. If your hand is on the back of the ball, you are in a position to shoot it forward, or flat.
One way you can think about this is by where you are looking, in relation to the basketball at the last moments of your shot. If you are looking over top of the ball the entire shot, then you will probably shoot it flat.
But if at the last moments you can be looking UNDER the ball, you will have room to get your hand under the ball, and into a position to lift the ball.
#nba#shooting#coach#basketball#hoops#form#technique#arc#coaching#basketballneverstops#ballislife#theloveofthegame#coachdavelove - #regrann
🤪 Great game played today by City Uni Men’s Basketball Team 🏀 SWIPE LEFT ⬅️ for highlights of some BUCKETS❗️🙌 @cityunibballteam @cityuniversityoflondonsport @cityuniversitylondon
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Want to learn how to throw a punch, kick, knees & elbows correctly...and how to hold pads correctly.
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Get into good habits early, less chance of injuries occurring, improving your technique for more power and flow in your movements to get the most out of yourself in the session.
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At Solace we break down each individual movement to get the correct technique in place, benefiting you and your pad holder
😫 Rückenschmerzen von Kniebeugen?
👉🏻 Schau dir den Hantelpfad an, wenn du deine Kniebeugen ausführst. Optimal wäre eine vertikale Bewegung ohne großartige horizontale Ausschläge. Also nur eine Bewegung der Hantelstange nach unten und oben.
🧠 Verlässt die Hantelstange den gewünschten Pfad und verlagert sich nach vorne, wird die Belastung auf den unteren Rücken zu groß, da die Wirbelsäule nicht mehr axial (von oben) belastet wird. Du machst eine Mischung aus Kreuzheben und Kniebeugen. Und halbe Sachen funktionieren selten.
🤷🏻♂️ „Woran hat es gelegen?“ Entweder hast du ein Mobilitäts-Problem oder du kriegst - wie ich - den Rachen nicht voll genug.
1. Zu geringe Mobilität in den Sprunggelenken, in der Hüfte, in der Brustwirbelsäule und/oder in den Schultern sind am häufigsten schuld an einer schlechten Technik.
2. Wenn die Beine nicht mehr können, greift sich der Körper jeden Grashalm, um die Last zu bewältigen. In diesem Fall kommt der Rückenstrecker zu Hilfe. Dem und den dazugehörigen passiven Strukturen gefallen solche Belastungen mit einem riesen Hebel aber nicht.
🧐 Der Körper hilft sich oft mit solchen Methoden. Ein weiteres Beispiel wäre der Arm-Rumpf-Winkel beim Bankdrücken oder Liegestützen. Da werden aus den gewünschten 45 Grad mal ganz schnell 90 Grad und das wiederum gefällt der Schulter nicht.
👨🏻🔬 Eine perfekte Technik zu erlangen ist vor allem bei den schweren Grundübungen nahezu unmöglich, aber trotzdem sollte der Fokus immer auf der Verbesserung der Technik liegen.
💡 Film dich selber ab oder lass dich abfilmen. Die eigene Wahrnehmung und die tatsächliche Wahrheit liegen oft weit auseinander. Umso wichtiger ist es, die aufkommenden Fehler zu beheben.
As a strength athlete I think everybody would agree that as you become more experienced/stronger the PRIMARY strength gains are going to be a product of gaining muscle. I'm talking strength gains here not technique gains by spending a year building a bigger arch to limit ROM for example. .
My personal preference is to train for both strength and hypertrophy at the same time rather than in specific blocks with the primary focus on one or the other. To do this it's just a case of moving from 'movement focused' exercises (the main compounds) in varying rep ranges to more of a 'muscle focus' in the latter stages of the workout. .
One thing a lot of people who train for strength miss here is that if the focus is primarily to increase muscle mass the focus should not just be on using the most weight as possible and getting it from (a) to (b)- rather the focus should be on getting the most weight as possible from (a) to (b) WHILST making sure to load the target muscle(s). .
Eg deadlifts, deadlift variations, heavy BOR etc will be movement focused. Just get that weight safely from (a) to (b). Whereas exercises such as lat pulldowns or cable rows would still be hit as hard as possible but ensuring that the stress is placed on the muscles that you're trying to target (rather than simply swinging around and having no control of the negative just to use heavier weight). .
V simple concept but the desire to just move as much weight as possible with loose form on every exercise is overwhelming for many lifters with strength orientated goals.
Algınızı değiştirirseniz, genetiğiniz de değişir!
Bilim, algılarınızın biyolojinizi kontrol ettiğini açıklıyor ve bu sizi sürücü koltuğuna koyuyor; çünkü algınızı değiştirebilirseniz kendi genetik durumunuza şekil verebilirsiniz. Algılarınızı değiştirmek ise zihninizdekileri (düşünce, inanç ve duyguları) değiştirmekten geçer.
If you change your perception, your genes will change, too!
Science proves that your perception controls your biology, and this puts you in the driver seat, because if you can change your perceptions you can shape your genetic. The way of changing your perception is to change your mind (ideas, beliefs and emotions). Everything is possible with ARTT therapy.
@dartaemulina is always trying to toss the ball in front of her front foot when serving. This toss placement helps to generate maximum racket head speed and you will be able to hit all types of serve (flat, kick, slice) from it. 🎾
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My favorite thing as a trained musician in other disciplines about not having a teacher on the violin is that I can address my needs myself as they arise. I am constantly learning to listen to my body, to my fingers, and to my instincts. No one is rushing me. No one is making me doubt myself. No one is pushing me to do things at their behest. Each decision I make in my training is a personal accomplishment I can take ownership of and responsibility for.
Double stopping is viewed broadly as a pretty advanced technique. It is treated as a “next-step” to be taken once a violinist has mastered playing a single line in tune across multiple positions and strings. Isn't it fair to say it would be an ideal accomplishment to be able to play single-line passages and pieces well before incorporating double stopping, which would overcomplicate your accuracies?
These views are fatally flawed in not recognizing that playing an instrument is a gestalt. Limiting oneself to overly-isolated studies allows the fingers to find coordinations that may work for the limited scope of material at-hand but may be practicing deficiency as pertains to the overall goals of the instrument.
The known should always be an indicator of other unknown factors. In double stopping, the known is that it imposes much stricter requirements on the player for accurate intonation. Double stopping is merciless in this. If one of the two notes is a hair off, you are immediately assaulted by beats in the sound.
The unknown is what is most dangerous. What deficiencies are being retained in the finger coordinations by not working with double stopping? What minute graduations in finger arch and the frame of the hand are being unrefined by never fingering more than one string at once? What lack of flexibility and muscular static are being strengthened by never going beyond one finger at a time? I don't know. And I refuse to be defeated by the unknown. I look forward to digging into Ševčík Opus 9!!!!!
THE PRACTICE INSIDER
OVERCOMING PREJUDICES — Classical music fosters an elitist following of deep-embedded prejudices, mantras, maxims, and value systems. Many of these become so ingrained that to merely question them can completely shred your credibility in the eyes of the musical occult.
Intonation is practically the quest for the Holy Grail with string players. Those who've got it don't really know how they got there only to preach practicing your scales. Those without it practice their scales and remain both frustrated and determined to dig in their heels. As someone with a deep musical background prior to coming into learning the violin, I've done so on individual views of my own many would feel fly in the face of skilled classical training.
The ear is actually extremely adaptable. The well-tempered, 12-tone chromatic scale of Western music is human invention. We as musicians train our ears to hear it. But just as we work to train ourselves to accurately hear it, we can train ourselves to inaccurately hear it. The more a player plays a scale degree inaccurately, the more their inner ear trains itself to hear the incorrect note as correct. With a fretless stringed instrument, it is also easy for left hand weaknesses to embed themselves in the ear as learned tuning and deficient intervalic relationships.
My solution is to comb through my intervals and scale degrees (do, re, mi, etc.) with an electric keyboard. You can feed deep-rooted prejudices by scoffing all you like at how feeble it sounds to use assistance, but with focused study, I have found that, in doing so, you can isolate the exact deficiencies in your intonation built into your inner hearing along with left hand inaccuracies. As frustrating as this correctional process can be at times, I am extremely pleased with the results all the way from the beginning of my study to now. The decision's yours.
Even on their worst days, my beloved Larsen's Il Cannone strings are truly spectacular. On the 24th, I'm ordering a new set, a full set of medium tension strings. But I simply could not continue to abide the Vision G, D, and A with Obligato E that came with my new instrument. The D string majorly lacked character, and the A string was quite sharp, a combination that gave a nasty timbre shift between strings.
The Visions and gold-plated, Obligato E were selected to provide brightness to what was thought to be a dark-sounding instrument. But all it did was bottleneck the overtones from fully coming through. This instrument jumped out at me for having a much fuller set of overtones than the others in the shop, which is likely why it was perceived as dark. But now that it's mine, not being compared to other violins, I'm starting to hear the needs of the instrument itself.
Switching them out for my old set of Il Cannone from my old violin with soloist G and E strings with medium D and A was a huge improvement. The D and A in particularly are so much more full of life. I do think brighter or higher tension strings bottleneck my instrument's sound. The higher-tension G and E work, but I do think medium will be way better on those as well. I can't wait to hear what a fresh, new set of medium-tension Il Cannone strings will sound like (especially after the 3ish-week break-in period)! This line of strings has become a huge obsession of mine, and I love the concept behind the sound. I feel like @larsenstrings's vision for them truly achieves something special.