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The Kinetic Chain: Breaking The Weak Link To Optimize Your Strength

The Kinetic Chain: Breaking The Weak Link To Optimize Your Strength

The original publishing date of today’s post was back on September 14, 2017.

If you are serious about building a strong body from head to toe then you will love today’s article. The last thing you need in your training is a weak link and today I’m going to walk you through the process of eliminating weak links along with explaining to you the role of your kinetic chain.

Make sure you read and apply today’s message. Make sure to share this article with your family and friends!

Are you familiar with the kinetic chain? 

  1. Have you been training your body to eliminate weak links? 
  2. Are you currently battling with injury and tweaks throughout your body? 
  3. Are you looking to strengthen every muscle in your body, or kinetic chain? 

An illustration of the kinetic chain. When Achilles was a little baby his mother dipped him into a river of magic in order to protect him from the world. It worked because Achilles could not be harmed except on the one heel that his mother neglected to submerge in the water because of where she held him when she dipped him into the water.

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How Should You Train For MMA?

How Should You Train For MMA?

  1. Are you curious about what you should do to optimally train for MMA? 
  2. Are you looking to improve your fitness and performance? 
  3. Do you want to learn more about what you should be doing to make you a better fighter? 

If you’re looking to train for MMA to improve your fitness and build the strength and agility of a jungle cat then you need to train with that purpose. Trust me, I understand where you’re coming from with this and what you need to do.

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Top 20 Functional Strength Movements For Muscle Gains

Top 20 Functional Strength Movements For Muscle Gains

  1. Are you interested in giving your fitness and strength program a serious upgrade? 
  2. Are you incorporating movements in your training that improve your ability to move and lift without inhibition? 
  3. Do you want to improve your fitness and strength in the most efficient way possible? 
  4. Are you just interested in generally kicking ass and taking names? 

Whether you’re looking to give your athleticism, or fitness a serious kick to the ass you need to focus on implementing functional strength movements on a regular basis over time. If you’re unable to move and lift in a quality manner then you’re just flushing your results down the toilet.

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Multi-Planar Movement: Are You Guilty Movement Limitation?

Multi-Planar Movement: Are You Guilty Movement Limitation?

  1. Are you limiting your physical potential? 
  2. Is your training program dynamic and designed to cover all of the bases to achieve optimal fitness and physical function? 
  3. Are you hitting plateaus with your fitness and strength?

Are you training with multi-planar movement. Look I know it’s easy to fall into a rut. When it comes to building strength this is something that can happen and affect a number of variables in your training and life if you have made such a mistake. Today I want to talk about a way you can avoid this mistake and take the bull by the horns in order to correct it if you are guilty of it.

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Do You Lack In Your Development Of Kinesthesia?

Do You Lack In Your Development Of Kinesthesia?

  1. Are you familiar with the concept of kinesthesia? 
  2. Do you know how to develop kinesthesia in your body? 
  3. Are you in control of your body’s movements and able to pick up how to do new things rather quickly, or do you struggle to move and perform? 

Kinesthesia is the physical trait that comes with having awareness and movement of the parts of your body. I’ve had an interesting career with being able to work with athletes of all kinds. The process of training and working with many sports has made me a better coach and trainer…and this has not only enhanced my own personal development of kinesthesia, but it’s enhanced my ability to teach the development of this trait to others.

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