Sep 16, 2020
Michie Peachie Stuns In Cleavage-Teasing Sports Bra Figure-Hugging Leggings For Back Shoulder Day
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Fitness model Michie Peachie posted a new workout video set to popular social media platform Instagram on Tuesday, September 15, in which she worked her back and shoulders at the gym and stunned in a cleavage-revealing sports bra.
For the workout, the model wore a white sports bra with spaghetti straps and an intricate design along the chest that included criss-crossing strips of fabric over a large cut out.Michie’s busty cleavage could be seen through the spaces in the fabric. On her lower half, she went with a pair of brown leggings with an identical interlocking design along the back, just above her sculpted booty. The leggings rose high on her hips and extended to her ankles, hugging the curves of her hips and long, lean legs.
To complete the outfit, Michie added a pair of white sneakers. She styled her brunette tresses in a side braid that she pulled over one shoulder.
The workout took place in a gym setting where Michie made use of a variety of specialized equipment and machines. She completed a total of six exercises, each split into an individual video clip. The names of the exercises were written at the base of the frames in white lettering.
The first clip featured the lying T-bar row, carried out on an incline bench. Michie pulled up on an apparatus that was stacked with a large plate weight. The second move was the cable row wide grip, performed on a cable machine. Michie completed a set of rear delt crossovers next, giving viewers an eyeful of her chiseled upper back muscles as she completed each rep. The fourth slide featured the cable pull-across, which was followed by another move using the same machine. In the final clip, Michie demonstrated the front, lateral, and reverse raise.View this post on Instagram
BACK at the Gym: Back➕Shoulder DAY!!???????? – 4 sets of 8-10 reps!! – Who still doesn’t have gym access? Most of you girls have let me know that you’re back at the gym but I know there are still a few like me here who don’t have access. The main gym I go to, sent out a notice that they pretty much wont open back up until California allows more than 10% occupancy …. pretty much because the profit isn’t worth it to be open and pay their staff. It’s the only gym chain I know of that is doing this in in Cali. It happens to also be a huge and fairly financially secure gym, as far as I am aware of. While I see small gym chains or mom and pop gyms, all opening up. At the same time I’ve watched how horribly my main gym is treating their workers and it’s upsetting as well. They would not allow their trainers to continue to train their clients during quarantine (I’m talking about wouldn’t allow them to stay in touch virtually or through text or anything to continue to help their clients so their clients didn’t fall off their fitness journeys…. even despite many clients who wanted help on what to do at home…. the employees were not aloud to help because it wouldn’t make money for the gym AND if a trainer were to help even for free… they would be fired…) so for the sake of profits and merely the pride of not letting trainers offer help at a time of need to their own members with this very special circumstance …. this company is just completely selfish and lacking a moral compass and compassion for the health of its own members. It’s just upsetting. I won’t be naming any company names here because I’m not here for that. I just want to give an applause to all the struggling gyms out there who continued to care for their clients health and needs during this time and a thank you to all those gyms for the sacrifices they have made during such a difficult time. I wish the best to them all and hope they can pull through this. – #backday #shoulderworkout #backworkout #gymworkouts #gymmotivation #gymworkouts #backworkouts #gymbackworkouts #backandshoulders #shouldersworkout #backexercises #shoulderexercises #fitspo #fitnessmotivation #gymhelp
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In the caption of the post, Michie instructed her trainees to perform four sets of eight to ten reps each. She also asked which of her followers still don’t have gym access, adding that her fitness center sent out a notice that it wouldn’t reopen until the state of California allows more than 10 percent occupancy. She expressed her disappointment at the actions of the center.
The post earned close to 10,000 likes and several dozen comments within the first day.
“It’s all so crazy but thank you for continuing to post lots of workouts for everyone during shutdown! Miss you,” one Instagram user commented.
“I love how you show what muscle you are targeting because I think that helps people so much!” another follower wrote.
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Cowboys' Rally Stuns Falcons 40-39 in McCarthy's Home Debut
By SCHUYLER DIXON, AP Pro Football Writer
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Greg Zuerlein kicked a 46-yard field goal as time expired, and the Dallas Cowboys overcame four fumbles and a 20-point deficit in the first quarter to beat the Atlanta Falcons 40-39 in coach Mike McCarthy's home debut Sunday.
The Falcons were still up 12 in the fourth quarter when Dak Prescott became the first quarterback in NFL history to pass for more than 400 yards and rush for three touchdowns in the same game, getting the Cowboys (1-1) within two.
C.J. Goodwin recovered the onside kick with 1:48 remaining, and rookie receiver CeeDee Lamb's 24-yard catch got the Cowboys in field goal position so they could run down the clock.
Matt Ryan threw four touchdown passes, two off lost fumbles from the Cowboys, on the way to a 20-0 lead in the first quarter. But the Falcons couldn't avoid their first 0-2 start under coach Dan Quinn in a performance reminiscent of their blown 28-3 lead in a Super Bowl loss to New England in Houston.
The successful onside kick for Dallas came after two failed fake punts and a gamble from McCarthy in going for the 2-point conversion before the final touchdown the Cowboys would have needed to get even.
The Cowboys were down two after the third short touchdown run from Prescott, who threw for 450 yards and a score. It was Prescott's first game with multiple rushing touchdowns. He's the franchise leader for quarterbacks in that category.
After the Falcons drove 56 yards in the final two minutes of the first half for a field goal and a 29-10 lead, the limited crowd of 21,708 booed the Cowboys as they headed for the tunnel in one of the corners of the end zone.
Normally, both teams enter and exit the field from behind the benches, but those areas and the rest of the field-level suites were covered by tarps. The announced crowd was 27% of AT&T Stadium's 80,000-seat capacity.
Prescott answered with a pair of short rushing touchdowns in the third quarter to get the Cowboys within five.
Ryan responded by converting a third down with a 22-yard pass to Hurst, who also had a 42-yard touchdown catch, and a fourth-and-2 with a 19-yarder to Julio Jones. Russell Gage scored on an 8-yard throw for a 36-24 lead.
Ryan had 273 yards passing after getting 450 in an opening loss to Seattle, the first game in franchise history with three 100-yard receivers in Jones, Gage and Calvin Ridley, who was the leader this week with 109 yards and two touchdowns.
Gage had 46 yards and a score, while Jones was held to two catches for 24 yards.
Prescott's second rushing touchdown on a 1-yard sneak came after he left the game for two plays and was checked in the medical tent following a roughing-the-passer penalty against Deion Jones.
Dontari Poe was again the only Dallas player to kneel for the national anthem, a week after the defensive tackle became the first on owner Jerry Jones' team to kneel. Jones has been among the most outspoken against players kneeling to protest social injustice and police brutality.
There was confusion over who was kneeling because several players from both teams were unaware “The Star-Spangled Banner” had started. That included several Dallas players kneeling in the end zone as part of their pre-game routine.
During most of the anthem and when it was over, Poe was the only player for either team kneeling. Safety Donovan Wilson and linebacker Justin March had a hand on each shoulder, a show of support similar to what Poe received when he knelt before the opener at the Los Angeles Rams last weekend.
Falcons RT Kaleb McGary injured his left knee in the first quarter and didn't return. Atlanta also lost linebacker Foeysade Oluokun to cramps and safety Ricardo Allen to an elbow injury.
Falcons: Chicago at home next Sunday.
Cowboys: At Seattle next Sunday.
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