Brandon_senn's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics

@brandon_senn

United States

Head Coach + Director of Education @kabukistrength Creator of content @kabuki_virtualcoaching 📩 Click the email button for coaching inquiries
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United States
25–34

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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF BRANDON_SENN

18.3% of brandon_senn's followers are female and 81.7% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.90%. The average number of likes per post is 115 and the average number of comments is 3.

Brandon_senn loves posting about Coaching, Training, Fitness.

Check brandon_senn's audience demography. This analytics report shows brandon_senn's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.

Followers
6,120
Avg Likes
115
Avg Comments
3
Posts
389
Global Rank
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Country Rank
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Category Rank
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR BRANDON_SENN

Female
18.3 %
Male
81.7 %

AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF BRANDON_SENN

  • Fitness & Yoga 94.15 %
  • Sports 47.37 %
  • Beauty & Fashion 40.71 %
  • Business & Careers 39.81 %
  • Music 32.87 %
  • Entertainment 31.11 %
  • Movies and TV 31.11 %
  • Technology & Science 31.11 %
  • Travel & Tourism 30.92 %
  • Cars & Motorbikes 30.50 %
  • Art & Design 29.61 %
  • Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 29.50 %

RECENT POSTS

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Short, shallow, and generally poor breathing is a major contributor to your pelvic tilt. Breathing directly influences hip, abdominal, and lumbar muscle length tension relationships. Reposted from @kabuki_virtualcoaching Your weak glutes and tight hip flexors are an output of your pelvic tilt, not the cause. Short and shallow breathing results in reciprocal inhibition of abdominal and low back musculature. This altered ratio of pulling tension forces your psoas to shorten. Mobilizing hip flexors and activating the glutes wont fix your poor breathing. —— Click the link in our bio to schedule a free strategy call with a coach! —— Scientific strength training methods combined with a clinically based movement system. —— For information about upcoming courses, please visit www.kabukiseminar.com —— 2020 Courses: • Annapolis, MD | June 27-28 • Portland, OR | July 18-19 • Dublin, Ireland | Aug 1-2 • Manchester, England | Aug 8-9 • Vancouver BC | Aug 15-16 • Los Angeles | Sept 19-20 • New York City | Oct 17-18 • Burnsville, MN | Nov 14-15 • Portland, OR | Dec 5-6 (Coaches Cert) —— #kabukistrengthcoaching #kabukistrength #kabukiedu - #regrann

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Stress is always a relevant topic when discussing effective training plans or recovery from said training plan. One of the most common analogies for understanding stress is comparing your capacity to that or a bucket with a constant running faucet. I understand the intent of this comparison is to say you have a finite capacity to tolerate stress and all stressors feed to the same "bucket". While I do think this is somewhat true there is a difference between productive stress (eustress) and non productive stress (distress). To manage your physiological bucket you do need to become less exposed to distress but just doing less isnt enough. You also need to improve your exposure to more productive stress which I believe is the actual key to improving the capacity of your "bucket". Original post via @theedgeu @kabuki_virtualcoaching @kabukistrength @kabuki_athletes #stress #eustress #stresscapacity #recovery

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For the most part you should select movement drills to address deficits or opportunities that you have. That said there are a ton of drills that are just flat out useful to be good at even if they dont directly improve a compensation or a movement deficit. Floor based drills, closed chain bodyweight drills, and frontal plane exercises are a great place to begin if you want more variety. Reposted from @optimize.physiotherapy Populate your map, and keep it updated ✔️ ⬇️ A big part of joint health and overall movement health is maintaining mobility and the sensory/motor map that comes along with it. . When you move your body in a variety of ways and expose your joints to a variety of positions, you are stimulating the peripheral and central nervous system. . Movement is information. Mindfully move any given area of the body, and you will get a more precise representation of that body part forged into your brain over time. . Ie. the brain of a high level guitarist or piano player literally looks different and has a greater sensory/motor representation for the fingers for example. . Moving a joint, a body part, and your body as a whole = updating and populating your brain map. It keeps it crisp and accurate, ready for use. . Exploration is required to populate any map. You figure out the details of a region by exploring it and spending time there. Then you can map it better. . Your joints and tissues are infiltrated with mechanoreceptors which require stimulation and input in the form of movement. They can then relay this information to the brain, gaining better awareness of the joint in the process. . Put a sling on your shoulder for 6 weeks and you will see how ‘disconnected’ your shoulder/arm feels when beginning to move it again. It happens quickly.

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Sleep pressure was an idea I first learned about while doing a podcast with @theonlinesleepcoach. Sleep pressure is an unconscious biological response that makes you want to go to sleep. This "pressure" is influenced by many factors and understanding these factors could potentially be a key to reestablishing your sleep habits. • Reposted from @theonlinesleepcoach I posted quite a bit on circadian rhythms the week before hosting the summit. There is a tremendous amount to discuss and understand there, so much more to come. However I wanted to talk about the other regulating mechanism that plays into when and how we sleep. That mechanism is what we will call “sleep pressure”. This mechanism or system operates via way of a set of chemicals building up in the brain each second we are awake and functioning. (Most notable of which is called adenosine). These chemicals build throughout the day and when their accumulation is high enough, we reach a threshold and a signal of sleepiness emerges. Not surprisingly there are a variety of things that will impact this sleep pressure either positively or negatively; working for us or against us. Here are some of the big ones that we will be discussing here in the coming days!

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