Sports is Not Just Fitness – High Intensity Training

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Quick introduction into choosing one’s path to get fit

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Sports is Not Just Fitness – High Intensity Training
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Take a step back
For many professional and amateur athletes, high-intensity training has become a way of life. If you are involved in an activity or sport that requires extremely high levels of endurance, speed, strength, or power, you probably are very dedicated to getting the most out of your time and skills.

Take a moment to look around your gym. The machines there are great, but they are designed with one purpose in mind. How many of them are primarily geared toward helping an athlete at the top of his game? Who is the one who is often the target audience?

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There are people who are obsessed with high-intensity training and have a hard time controlling their enthusiasm. The biggest thing to understand about high-intensity training is that it is all about the mind. Some coaches talk about “hitting the wall” when their athletes reach their peak. In order to maintain their interest in their sport, they need to make sure they can remain focused.

Understanding how high intensity training can help an athlete to become a better, more effective athlete is the same thing that can help you maintain your motivation to stay involved in the sport you love. You can use your sport as a teaching tool to help build skills, strength, and determination in your own life. In this way, it is often a win-win situation for all parties involved.

Choose the right path
In many cases, all athletes will have different interests that have helped drive their goals. For instance, some people might have a passion for distance running and think that they would enjoy tennis or golf as a hobby.

Other athletes may need some guidance to focus on their sport but have developed a flair for aerobics and high-intensity training. The point is that there are athletes and the mindset that know how to use high-intensity training to excel in a sport or activity. All they need is the right coach or trainer to help them build their skills.

If you are passionate about your sport, you should explore the benefits.

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can i see your training plan?

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Personally I train in a tripple Split. Push, pull and lower body.
Starting with weighted calisthenics, finishing with drop sets and then go over to weights( barbell and dumbbell) to burn out the rest and intensify the Hypertrophie. On the weekend I'll add one session of Yoga to recover and stretch out.
Oh and warm up before jumping into the training of course. Takes about 1.5 h in total.
How about you?

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i am sending you 10 rmsfitness tokens

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which country are you from? it's perfectly working from my side

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you can join me everyday 20:00 UK time
at meet.jit.si/rmsfitness
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Works on the Youtube Interface.
Total different approach to what I am doing, but it seems to work very well. Keep on the good work!

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