Emily Sky presents her real body after one month vacation.

“I’ve just returned from being overseas for a month. I ate what I wanted and enjoyed it, I also gained a bit of extra body fat which isn’t a big deal because my lifestyle nowadays isn’t about restricting myself & I like it that way. ”

“Life isn’t perfect and neither are we. I love myself no matter how I look and it’s this self love that motivates me to make changes in my life so I can feel my best… like exercising and eating nutritious food”

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My FIT Programs👆🏼in bio! ~ Strengthening and growing my gluteus has been a personal goal of mine for quite some time and I have to say I've never been stronger throughout my posterior chain or had more shape in my glutes! What has really helped strengthen and grow my glutes the most is doing glute activation exercises before training my legs & glutes. They switch the glutes on and get them ready to work so I can perform squats, deadlifts, lunges etc. correctly. A lot of people have weak glutes because they spend a lot of time sitting down which switches off the glutes and this can lead to an anatomical imbalance with dominant quads and therefore alter the pelvic position. This puts a lot of pressure on the lower back, hips, knees, feet and so on. Everything is connected so if something isn’t in alignment we usually feel it in many places throughout the body. My favourite glute activation exercises are: Side band walks, monster walks, band squats, clams, band glute bridges, and standing band kickbacks. I also love single leg glute bridges and hip thrusts. ⁃ I love using a band to work on lateral hip stability, pelvic control and general mobility of the hips and these exercises work on the abduction and engagement of the Gluteal Group. The hip is multi-directionl which means it moves in 3 planes of motion, the sagittal, transverse and frontal plane. When training the hip and activation the glutes the key is to ensure it functions well in all directions. Adding the band creates a challenge to reactively stabilise and control all 3 planes of motion, firing up those glutes just the little bit more! 😉👍🏼 Do you do glute activation exercises? What are your faves? . . @emilyskyefitness @emilyskye_fit

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