New answers tagged conditioning
Try taking pre-workouts. Their entire purpose is to make you pumped to go to the gym. I won't post any links to products, but a quick google for "pre-workouts" will yield results. Unfortunately, my favorite preworkouts are banned. Jack3D original (with DMAA) and Craze (which apparently has a meth like compound, it'll be back on the market once the lab ...
There are studies out there, and a lot of personal history has shown me, that heavy strength training and Olympic lifting require a tremendous amount of focus and central nervous system activity. When you are squatting (properly with a bar, please) heavy the amount of willpower you need to muster is pretty insane, as is the amount of control you need to ...
It is false that 30 minutes of constant work is necessary to improve conditioning. It is a myth based on steady-state cardio training only, and is only true in some cases even when training in that modality. For instance, it may take a significant amount of time (circa an hour!) for an experienced long-distance runner to start challenging their conditioning ...
No source since this is hearsay - apparently one japanese judo school has a yard where they tied bicycle inner tubes to trees and posts. The wrestler will cricuit between the posts and mimic throws by grabbing pulling those tubes, to get a strhength (or strenght endurance) training very specific to their techniques.
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