Superfit

25 Apr 19
Us Weekly
Tracy Anderson attends DreamWorks Trolls The Experience on November 14, 2018 in New York City. Tracy Anderson is coming to a home near you in yet another format — maybe even your home, if you have the interactive fitness device the Mirror. [ami-related id=”1317241″ url=”https://www.usmagazine.com/?p=1317241″ title=”The Best Celebrity Trainers in Hollywood — Tracy Anderson, Gunnar Peterson and More Reveal Their Fitness Secrets” target=”_blank” inset=”true”] As of Thursday, April 25, the celebrity trainer teamed up with the makers of the techy home exercise tool to start streaming original Tracy Anderson Method workouts that she teaches herself. You read that right — you now have another way to be in a virtual class with the guru who has helped everyone from Gwyneth Paltrow to Jennifer Lopez to Nicole Richie get their perfectly toned and lean Hollywood bodies. For the uninitiated, Mirror provides on-demand, at-home, immersive workouts and looks like — you guessed it — a normal reflective surface that hangs on your wall when it’s turned off. Since it was released in 2018, plenty of celebrities have flocked to it, including Paltrow, Reese Witherspoon and Ellen Degeneres. Alicia Keys even posted a video of her losing her mind over her device when she received it as a Christmas gift. Tracy Anderson. [ami-related id=”1391″ url=”https://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/celebs-hot-in-swimsuits-over-40-20132012/” title=”Hot Celebs Over 40 in Swimsuits” target=”_blank” inset=”true”] Anderson — who launched a holistic wellness program recently — considers it a way for anyone to get access to her programs (anyone who has $1,495 to drop on the device, plus $39 a month for a subscription, that is). “I’m thrilled to be partnering with Mirror to bring a selection of my Muscular Structure and Dance Cardio classes into the homes of Mirror users through their interactive platform,” the 44-year-old pro said in a statement released by the brand. “As I know from my own streaming services, the beauty of working out in-home is that it allows people to achieve their fitness goals on their time. These classes are designed for everybody, and we hope you enjoy them as much as we’ve loved working on them.” (And, as Paltrow’s bestie, she will, of course, be wearing Goop’s G. Sport athletic line.) MIRROR home gym. [ami-related id=”1294822″ url=”https://www.usmagazine.com/?p=1294822″ title=”Best Celebrity Workout Tips: Superfit Stars Reveal Their Fitness Secrets” target=”_blank” inset=”true”] In February, Us Weekly caught up with Mirror’s VP of fitness, Kailee Combs, who said that the company’s programs are effective because they’re personalized. “During your workout the Mirror will offer you real-time optimizations based on your goals, preferences and biometric data, such as heart rate and injuries,” she noted. “Also, during a live class, the instructor can see your profile and data from your heart rate monitor, so you may get a personalized shout-out.” [jwplayer EFjDLy0I-l3ahXupL] Of course, as with any fitness regimen, it’s not magic unless you do it. “Consistency is the key to reaching any fitness goal,” noted Combs, adding that they stream 15-minute workouts for the particularly busy user. But “part of the benefit of working out at home is that you can squeeze in a workout without having to lose time traveling to a gym. A short, but consistent workout routine leads to long-term success.”
24 Apr 19
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Birdneck – SuperFit Kids View Public Whiteboard Metcon (Time) 400 m Run 25 Pull-ups 50 Push-ups 75 Air Squats 400 m Run400 m can be 200 m X 2

22 Apr 19
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Birdneck – SuperFit Kids View Public Whiteboard Metcon Deadlift (6 sets of 1 rep) Working up to a heavy Deadlift with correct form. Warm up sets of dead lift and when athlete is ready start the 6 sets of 1 rep Metcon (AMRAP – Rounds and Reps) 8 min 50 foot shuttle run 8 Deadlift […]

21 Apr 19
The Irish Sun
SINGER Edele Lynch has told how she found herself in a dark rut after her split from her husband. The B*Witched star, 39, and her ex Michael Barrett went their separate ways in 2014 after seven years of marriage. Edele said it took her a long time to get back on her feet Edele turned to ­meditation to help her cope with the dark times And mum-of-three Edele told how she turned to ­meditation to help her cope with the dark times that came after the break up. She said: “When I split from my husband I took a long time to get back on my feet. I couldn’t have done it without my family. “That was when I started to get into mind meditation. “There was a while when I could only get up and make sure the kids were dressed and fed. I couldn’t do anything else. “I needed to get out of the rut and meditation did that for me. Life gets mad sometimes and when things get out of control, it’s the only thing that helps me. “I don’t know about other people but I often feel uncomfortable in the world. When everything snowballs in your head, I find it’s a good way to get back to normality.” FIGHTING FIT As well as meditation, superfit Edele cycles, runs and practices yoga — with her fitness regime helping her keep in shape for performing with B*Witched. The band — made up of Edele, her twin sister Keavy, Sinead O’Carroll and Lindsay Armaou — have a busy summer ahead, with a performance at Dublin’s Gay Pride festival on June 29, as well as a performance in the 3Arena in October as part of an 80s/90s Disco event. But while Boyzone — which features Edele’s brother Shane — recently did a 25-year farewell tour, Edele said her group is happy to continue to gig steadily rather than embarking on a huge string of concerts. Edele, who lives in England close to Shane, said: “At the moment, the work/life balance is good. “I’m a single parent so it’s important to me to be around as much as possible. We were in Australia recently for two weeks and it’s hard being away for that long. “If it’s only once a year or so it’s ok but it’s hard to be away more than that. Keavy and Lindsay just started their families recently and it’s hard when you’re mothers. “We get together and we have great plans for what we can do but it’s hard to put it into action as we all have so much else going on. We have a single ready to go that we may release this summer.” And Edele told how she’s looking forward to being able to perform with the group without worrying about her smile, after recently getting Invisalign aligners to perfect her teeth. [article-rail-section title=”most read in news” posts_category=”2″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] The Dubliner revealed how she has always been conscious of her appearance while performing with her band, who are famous around the world for their trademark double denim outfits. She said: “My teeth were always something that bothered me. I always had a ‘work’ smile that I used and I was always limiting myself to smiling that certain way. “Invisalign was the perfect option as you can’t see them. Most people never realise I even have them in. I’ve worn them on stage and on TV and nobody has ever noticed. I can speak perfectly and most importantly sing while wearing them.” For more information about Invisalign visit invisalign.ie. The band — made up of Edele, her twin sister Keavy, Sinead O’Carroll and Lindsay Armaou — have a busy summer ahead Edele, pictured here with brother Shane and twin sister Keavy, said her family helped her through the dark times [bc_video video_id=”5569849462001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Music video by denim-clad Irish girl group B*Witched for C’est la vie”]
18 Apr 19
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17 Apr 19
The Irish Sun
A NEW telly show is giving ­viewers an amazing glimpse inside the ‘Hell’ of the Army’s secretive special forces unit. The Irish Army Ranger Wing is one of the toughest, best-trained units in the world. Ger, Ray, Alan and Robert are ready to put recruits through their paces Specific tests include cold-water endurance They are on standby 24 hours a day, ready to deploy overseas or react to any serious domestic criminal or terrorist threat. Their training and skills are benchmarked against other elite Special Forces units across the world, including the SAS and the Navy Seals. Getting into the unit is not for the faint-hearted. Just ten per cent of recruits make it through the gruelling training week and, to date, no female recruit has made the cut. But now a new TV show is giving 24 civilians the chance to put themselves through the challenges to see if they have what it takes. With four ARW veterans who have over 50 years experience between them in ­command, the superfit recruits will be put through their paces to see if they have what it takes to make it in this elite army unit. Ray Goggins, who spent 14 years with the ARW — officially designated Sciathan Fianoglach an Airm — is a specialist in counter terrorism, is the Drill Sergeant in charge. He said: “We’re simulating selection as best as possible. It needs to be absolutely relentless and ruthless. “The first introduction has to be an attack on their senses. You have to be offensive. “You have to get them out of their comfort zone. That makes them think this is serious. THE RECRUITS ARE FORCED TO LIVE AND BREATHE LIKE REAL ARMY RECRUITS “You have to scare the s***e out of them basically.” During eight days of intensive training, the recruits are forced to live and breathe like real army recruits. They must wear ballistics helmets that weigh 1.5 kilos and carry a heavy bar (instead of a real weapon) at all times. Ray said: “The whole idea behind the admin, and harping on the admin is training people to be effective. “Wearing a ballistic helmet — which is 1.5 kilos in weight — all the time would absolutely drive you mad. “The bar which is a representation of a weapon which you have to have at arm’s length at all times is almost part of your body because if you’re not maintaining and protecting it, you’re going to be in trouble.” Ray is joined on the recruitment team by fellow veterans Alan O’Brien, Ger Reidy and Robert Stafford. The four lads will watch the recruits progress and weed out those who don’t have what it takes to make it in real life combat. Robert explained: “I have to know I’m going out with six guys who I know are standing beside me when the bullets start flying. “This is strange for us as we’re used to staying in the shadows and not coming out and saying what we do. ‘EVERY ROLE THAT THE UNIT DOES IS LIFE AND DEATH’ “Every role that the unit does is life and death. There’s no point in being in East Timor and one fella puts his hand up and says, ‘Not today, I wanna go home’.” The Hell Week course that the recruits are put through is based on the actual exercises and tests currently used on the ARW course. All the tasks are designed to test recruits’ physical, emotional and psychological ­resilience. Specific tests include cold-water endurance, height tests and claustrophobic challenges as well as various trials of strength, stamina and determination. As well as being physically strong, the tests all require mental resilience from the participants, as well as teamwork in many cases. Precision and attention to detail is tested at all times. The first challenge is an eight-mile uphill trek, which the recruits are expected to do while carrying their 70lb kit. Ray said: “I decided I wanted to do that event. I picked that route because it’ll run them point-to-point uphills and they do that twice. That hurts your head to go up again and again and again. “A lot of those people are super-fit. They can run hard but they can’t run with a kit. A lot of the guys, a lot of the girls, were really struggling.” Rob added: “It would be a good indication of people’s abilities and determination. “You have to be at that level where it doesn’t matter what happens, what injury you have, that you’ll keep going until you physically can’t complete the mission.” And Ray told how many people see the work that elite units do on television or in movies and think they can do it. However, they don’t know that the training is often harder than the tasks themselves. ‘IT’S AN ABSOLUTE BALL-BREAKER’ He said: “It’s an absolute ball-breaker because you want to push them hard. “Some say, ‘I’d love to do that and I want to be this and I’d love to be hanging off a rope on a helicopter’ . . . but they don’t realise you have to go through all this first.” He added: “If you haven’t got the self-discipline to go out and train properly, you don’t deserve to be here. “You get one chance and that’s it.” Over the eight days, recruits get on ­average about two to three hours of sleep a night, with many of the challenges happening at night. In tense challenges, the recruits are forced to strip in the rain, they’re blindfolded and bound and thrown into water. They’re also put through the infamous ‘Scratch’ challenge, an extreme obstacle resistance course in The Curragh in Kildare. Among those taking part are Shane Flynn, a fitness fanatic and personal trainer from Mullingar, Co Westmeath. He said: “I’m the type of leader that thrives on pressure. “If someone with a weaker personality says that Shane Flynn is very cocky, I can’t do anything about that. “I’ve got to keep driving on who I am.” Another hardcore recruit, Aidan Brennan, also reckons he has what it takes to impress the veteran ARW leaders. ‘PUT ME IN A ROOM WITH 23 STRANGERS, I’M AN ALPHA’ He said: “I’ve been through enough that I don’t think a couple of lads who have done a couple of years in the Army are going to be able to break me. “I’ll either make a show of myself or I’ll be a f***ing legend. I’m a bullsh***er. I’m definitely an a**hole but I’m an a**hole they can trust. “Put in a room with 23 strangers, I’m an alpha. “They’ll soon learn to step into line.” When starting the challenge, the recruits are told that they can leave or drop out at any time if they’re struggling. However, those who are there for the week in Ultimate Hell say they’re prepared to go the distance — no matter what is thrown at them. Recruit Lewis Gwei declared: “No way am I going to quit. “Even if I have to leave in a bodybag, I’ll leave in a bodybag.” [article-rail-section title=”Most Read in News ” posts_category=”2″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Another, Melissa Walsh, told how she hopes to become the first woman to make it through the intense challenges. She said: “Hopefully I’ll prove people wrong. I definitely think of myself as an underdog. That was one of the hardest things I’ve ever done. It was torture but I’m stubborn.” Special Forces — Ultimate Hell Week airs on RTÉ2 tonight at 9.30pm. Just ten per cent of recruits make it through the gruelling training week A female recruit has yet to make the cut Brave recruit pushes himself to the maximum Recruits are faced with freezing conditions The Hell Week course is based on the actual exercises and tests currently used on the ARW course Over the eight days, recruits get an average of about two to three hours of sleep a night
17 Apr 19
XFCandVBBC

Birdneck – SuperFit Kids View Public Whiteboard Warm-up (No Measure) Warm up is Coaches discretion Metcon (Time) 400m run 25 pull ups 50 push ups 75 air squats 400m runRunning the 200 twice maybe easer to keep an eye on athletes. Athlete can split up pull ups, push ups and air squats to best suit […]

17 Apr 19
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15 Apr 19
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Birdneck – SuperFit Kids View Public Whiteboard Warm-up (No Measure) How well do we move. Athletes demo various movements. Med Ball Clean, KB swing, Air squat, walking lunges and burpee. If time permits with PVC athletes demo DL, Clean, FS, SP, PP, PJ. Looking for your best FORM.Where do you struggle? What can we help […]

14 Apr 19
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Fine treningstights med Swarovski-krystaller fra FREDDY SUPERFIT. Buksene har en shapingeffekt som løfter og former kroppen din.- Elastisk kvalitet- Kompresjonstights- Skjult lomme foran i linningen- Fuktreduserende materiale- Trykt tekst i sølv på venstre ben- Krystallene er plassert som piler, nederst på venstre benIndre benlegnde 58 cm, skritthøyde 25 cm, midje 66 cm i str. S. […]

14 Apr 19
Butikkjakt.no - Gjør shopping bedre

Fine treningstights med Swarovski-krystaller fra FREDDY SUPERFIT. Buksene har en shapingeffekt som løfter og former kroppen din.- Elastisk kvalitet- Kompresjonstights- Skjult lomme foran i linningen- Fuktreduserende materiale- Trykt tekst i sølv på venstre ben- Krystallene er plassert som piler, nederst på venstre benIndre benlegnde 58 cm, skritthøyde 25 cm, midje 66 cm i str. S. […]

11 Apr 19
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