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I like to watch how the people at the highest level of sport do things.
A little part of me is because I love sport and like to watch what the body and mind can do in the top tier of a chosen discipline.
But it's mainly to see what they do different that separates them from their competitors and what we can learn from stepping out of the usual modes of training.
Here is one of the greatest technical boxers there's ever been moving away from the pads and gloves.
Lomachenko is running through ascending and descending number boards on a time trial.
Always trying different sequences and trying to out do his previous attempts.
Working on mental drills will not only improve accuracy and proprioception but also decision making under pressure.
This carries over to being under pressure in the boxing ring, dealing with an ever moving opponent and having to think on your feet.
My moral of this is that there is usually more than one way to add tools to the toolbox.
As the ever growing body of science improves, sports specific training can grow and more outside of the box thinking can happen.
If you're in sport, or coach sport in anyway, thinking like Lomachenko can give you the edge over your competitors.
Break down he actions of your sport.
The movements, the required skills and what skill training would benefit your chosen activity.
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El atleta @mario_quiros en los últimos meses ha llevado una programación individualizada enfocada en endurance y gimnasia para reforzar debilidades puntuales.
En el vídeo podemos ver como a pesar de no estar manejando grandes volúmenes de peso y sin estar en un ciclo de levantamiento de pesas, fue capaz de mejorar sus pesos logrando 255lbs de 3 rep max touch and go.
TRAINING FOR MUSCLE GROWTH, Part 3.
* Part 1, “The Mechanisms of Hypertrophy” ✔️
* Part 2, “Stabilisation & Activation” ✔️
Part 3: “STRENGTH INDICATORS & SESSION FOCUS” ...
We know from the mechanisms of hypertrophy in Part 1 that we need an exercise with a large amount of mechanical tension and force on the muscle to tick that box / pathway for growth.
Strength isn’t the be all and end all of bodybuilding and aesthetics, but it’s certainly a component. Being stronger will allow us to lift more weight across the week and total volume is an influence to muscle growth.
That’s why in every session I like at least one highlight or focus, the exercise that tells me as a coach are you getting stronger and putting the work in.
These are the movements that allow us to move the biggest weights and place the most stress on the muscle.
The exercise you might film, put pressure on yourself for and strive to improve each week.
I always put the main lift / session focus after the stabilisation and activation exercises as mentioned in Part 2, once that’s done here’s how I would go about choosing that focus:
First of all, what muscle are you training and what exercises can YOU put the most stress on that particular muscle with?
I stress YOU, because it’s down to the individuals biomechanics.
Using squats on a leg day as an example for a lad who is looking to improve his quads.
What if they are tall and low bar squat or hip-hinge into the movement?
Yes it’s going to hit your quads but it’s not going to be the best strength indicator / movement to create mechanical tension for the targeted muscle.
Whereas a heel elevated front squat or a hack squat would force you to keep upright and load the quads more effectively - thus giving us a much better exercise and “strength indicator”.
Likewise, if you can’t bench press effectively without losing scapula retraction and using your shoulders - is it a good measure of progress for your chest strength and development? No.
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