Thursday, September 14, 2006

How to Prepare Your Body for Training

Far too often do I see athletes that start lifting or training without properly preparing their bodies for physical performance. Training is all about progressions, whether it is on the big scale (Year Training Plan) or for a single workout, you need to turn you muscles on so you extract all you can out of your training.

Training takes time and there is no sense wasting your time if your muscles are not ready to perform at their peak and get all you can out of your training.

So what should you do? Well to start you need to warm the body up. Second you need to to perform a specialized stretching protocol using Active Isolated Stretching techniques, and finally you need to turn the muscles on with a dynamic warm-up All of these techniques are outlined in my Mastering the 40 Yard Dash.

If you follow this protocol you will get so much more out of your workouts and thus reap more results. If you have not been prepping your body before you train you are selling yourslef short.

Train Hard, Win Big!

Coach Mike Gough
www.procombinetraining.com

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