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Tips to improve your training

Often vary with the nature of training: In order not to make the training routine, it is advisable to change from time to time the execution order of the coaching, but above all it is very interesting to introduce new techniques to exercise or train. There is no absolute guideline to determine at what point it is advisable to vary the nature of such training. Some professional contact sports just do it when they start to get tired of repeating yourself like automatons.

Others note that as they were making rapid progress thanks to some training begin to stagnate, then raised the nature of training vary dramatically, sometimes just changing the order of what we are trained to break the monotony.

In this way the body adapt to new demands and as an exercise will be the same again but jumps but made in another sequence, for example.

The novelty is always an important incentive for the mind as it becomes a new challenge to overcome.

Train alternatively the upper and lower extremities:

It is advisable to concentrate a day in training the upper body (either by bending, tensioning weights or repetitions of technical, etc.) to train the next day his legs (running, kicking or technical training with an intense stretching session .) Try to maintain a balance between the physical and technical preparation.

Conduct training cycles: Even the most powerful machines they should leave a rest from time to time to optimize its performance. The human body as a biological machine, can not forever endure a workout too intense. Many champions have found that your body can only handle between 4-6 weeks of super training (train 100%) before a major competition. After this had to return to a fairly moderate workout not to exhaust their physical resources.

Obviously the body needs a rest and regenerative before returning to start and lead to intense training costs. The cycles to allow the body can be trained very intensively during certain periods m long as we respect the restraint and rest periods.

Respect for these cycles prevents injuries and improve our attitude habituation training. The ideal is to train for 5 or 6 weeks with the maximum intensity so that our progress is spectacular, after which it is essential to train alone or maintain a certain level and not lose the attributes acquired.

This affects the motivation of the practitioner, as during the cycles of "rest" usually take to stop rearranging the ideas and objectives and be able to return to training with great desire. Lowering standards does not mean back training but rather to gain momentum to jump further.

Try to excel in every workout. It is said that "success breeds success," small steps must be asked are training every day and try to fulfill them. Do the improvement, however slight, the key to your training diary. For example if you make 2530 the 100th Wing abdominal another class tries to 2.3.4 or 10 more no matter how many more have done it only matters that you've overcome.

The reason for this desire for constant improvement is mostly psychological because our brain tends to associate feeling with the environment, each class if we pleased to have managed to overcome, even in a tiny, our brains tend to associate the environment training with the feeling of satisfaction. This may be the secret to staying motivated in any activity.

Feel each year, is a matter of internal sensibility and self-knowledge. At all times during our training we "feel" that our bodies are working properly. This may seem obvious is forgotten or ignored too often by the practitioner, and many practice automatically without considering whether each technique have done well or that they must change to improve it (this is a wake-up call from teachers, coaches, trainers, teachers or the title they have, that is they who should teach and warn the student when playing with no desire) to implement or train a technique without knowing it is equal to NOTHING.

The training requires constant concentration, to make any move we are putting to work 100% of our body is not only a portion of muscles that move, we must be aware of this and practice with absolute devotion.

Improve endurance: Starting from a resting position, just a slight warming that we may be able to train 100% of our possibilities for some time, after which the performance is decreasing up to the physical and mental exhaustion . Improving the resistance is to extend this period of physical or Okelo to be able to recover most of that capacity trs a minimum of rest.

Adequately feed quantity and quality: Our body needs food quantity and quality very accurate stop to take full advantage of our training. A poorly nourished body little or no training hours result in physical improvements, an unbalanced diet is a burden for any athlete who intends to train with intensity.

It would be ridiculous to pretend to start a car without refueling or fuel casting plane. It is therefore well claim that the body (a thousand times more complex than a motor) operates at peak if alimentaos little or too much. We will go to a doctor and details the activity that we have and what we intend to do so will be able to guide us in what kind of food should do. Remember quantity and quality.

Work with a partner outside the gym: The training that is done is always advisable to have a companion, so it breaks the monotony of the routines and also can perform other exercises that require the assistance of another.

If you follow this advice try to find a mate more or less of your same level, so the two can do the same exercises, but certainly not all exercises are going to be good for both of m is therefore going to have to help.
That is also positive that makes us feel useful. Just take care that there is a competition for an ego problem.

Rest your body and mind: After an intense training is necessary to give the body time to recover and develop. For this there are no formulas, you should sleep between seven and nine hours a day, (depending on metabolism) stealing time from sleep is equivalent to being harmful to health.

Setting a specific objective: Human nature needs, consciously or not consider a goal to justify their activities. It should be clear at what level you want to go and we will continue que3 way.

The simplest method is to propose such big goals to reach black belt and switch legs open 180 º, debug a technical etc ...

They are global targets that exceed the small targets to be exceeded during the daily training, but who depend on overcoming the day to day.

Follow these 10 tips adapted to each individual case is undoubtedly the best way to get the most out of your training, regardless of martial art that practiquéis.




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