Strength and Conditioning

Hi Fit Expo activity: Strength and Conditioning

Have you ever try the Strength and Conditioning training by a PROFESSIONAL? If not, then its your chance! Furthermore, you can enjoy it for free! Firstly, we would like to thank all the people who made HI FIT EXPO every year possible. In short, the partners, sponsors, exhibitors, and most importantly, the spectators… YOU!

Every HI FIT EXPO event is packed with Pro Fitness Consultant that may advise and teach you for free

Strength and Conditioning# 1: Compound Movements with Accommodating Resistance

We’ve discovered in time that we should train the body and musculature at explosive speeds. With this type of training came accommodating resistance through the use of Bands and Chains. These tools enable us to control deceleration and velocity while moving loads. If utilized properly, they can increase your strength in a really short amount of time.

Strength and Conditioning# 2: Plyometrics

The philosophy of dive training has produced brand-new methods to increase the quick twitch muscle in the lower body. When done properly (which means low volume), low representatives, and appropriate rest between sets, dive training can and will make you a more explosive professional athlete.

Strength and Conditioning# 3: Medicine Balls

The best training function of a med ball is that when used in a large open area, they permit an athlete to release the ball with amazing quantities of power without any consequence. They can be thrown sideways, overhead or behind without decreasing. This will permit the athlete to speed up the ball with no deceleration time.

Strength and Conditioning# 4: Push/Pull/Carry

Numerous athletes need to gain weight and strength throughout the off-season, and the best method to do this is to get heavy objects and walk, push, pull, or bring them. It shocks the Central Nervous System into growing muscle quickly. Wrestlers, football, rugby and a couple of other sports use this kind of training to grow bigger, quicker, and stronger gamers.

Strength and Conditioning# 5: Sprinting

For many professional athletes, rest and recuperation are an essential methods for them to be ready to duplicate their efforts on the field. Let’s take football as an example. The average play is 3-8 seconds long with a 35-45 second break.

For an athlete to prepare for video game time, they require to experiment the exact same duration associated with a video game time circumstance. Brief bouts of explosive running with sufficient rest will assist most athletes. Hills and tracks are ideal for this.

Advice from a Strength & Performance Coach

I attempt to develop my athletes up with a positive frame of mind. No matter what age or level the professional athlete is at, my task is to make them much better at what they do. Specificity is needed for all sports professional athletes!

“Every training program in the country is incomplete.”

There’ s no one best training program. Most importantly, we all on the search for the holy grail? Definitely! At least you should be. That’ s why we read … and the more books you read, the more books you understand you got ta read.
— Coach from HI FIT EXPO.