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Skillful Conditioning: Quality Work To Rest Intervals & Intuitive Recovery

Skillful Conditioning: Quality Work To Rest Intervals & Intuitive Recovery

So I think you’re really going to enjoy today’s article that I pulled from the archives based on skillful conditioning. Part of skillful conditioning is that you need to learn how to also apply intuitive recovery during your training.

In this article I go into detail on that just for you so that you can apply this skill to your training in order to make your conditioning workouts more impactful. Read and apply!

The act of conditioning is a fascinating thing when you think about it. I mean there are so many ways to condition the body. Are you going out for a jog? Are you doing sprint work? Are you jump roping? The methods of stress that we can introduce in order to condition us almost seems limitless at times. It may seem like this, but it all boils down to effective work and rest intervals and today I want to dive into discussing this in a bit more detail in order to help you.

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How Muscular Size Can Hurt Your Performance

How Muscular Size Can Hurt Your Performance

Having muscular size can have a lot of advantages, but there are some scenarios in which having a lot of muscular size can be a disadvantage and may even get in your way in terms of performance.

Some of these disadvantages can involve minor inconveniences such as having a tough time fitting yourself for clothes, getting in and out of small vehicles, and depriving yourself of a comfortable plane ride should you book a ticket for a long flight.

However, there are other scenarios where having muscular size can get in your way from a functional standpoint if you’re trying to compete and thrive in other sport and work environments in order to perform.

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Work On Moving Fast With Ballistic Strength Most Everyday

Work On Moving Fast With Ballistic Strength Most Everyday

  1. So do you make it a point to do something fast in your training on a regular basis? 
  2. Are you noticing that your body has slowed down in some ways? 
  3. Are you regularly including drills in your training to help you to build speed and power? 

After the age of 65 it’s been shown that lower limb power (due to a lack of ballistic strength) has been reported to decline about 3% per year along with a decrease in strength overall strength. The point here is that power development isn’t just for high level athletes in competitive sports, but it’s practical and fitting for everyone. To stave off the diminishing of muscular power you’ve got to work at maintaining it. Power training is an absolute must for long term functional strength.

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