Football training programs go inเว็บดูหนังใหม่ different directions for totally different reasons. Some simply see a need to improve their physical stature and have never considered the benefits of strength training, while others have wished to gain muscle for hosting the Super Bowl party next season. If you’re in this category, you are about to learn three Golden Rules of Strength Training in Football.
If you are a beginner, read on.
Golden Rule #1 – Get a recommendation ดูคลิปโป๊ฟรีon a good weight lifting program.
I have found that most of the suggestions or diets that I’ve bought into over the years have never worked for me. I tried a couple of them, and while they might have worked in the short run, they ended up putting me out of action for too long to be ดูซีรี่ย์ออนไลน์ฟรีworth the cost. So I like to see a recommendation as to why they worked. With that being the case, I invested in a complete weight lifting tool kit. I bought a book on strength and conditioning called Ultimate Football Strength and Conditioning. It came with a set of exercises to help you get in shape for football and a route tying video. The only thing about the video is that you really need a partner to tie the routes.
Golden Rule #2 – Loseaintaincycleคลิป18+ maintenance, lose fat, and gain plenty of muscle.
I really don’t know why it is, but whenever I lose more weight and put on muscle in less time, I’m excited. Day after day I’m getting stronger, faster, and more explosive. That’s the stuff that lets me excel in this game. Just yesterday (9/15/06), I did exactly 1,000 sit ups! I’m not kidding anybody. For anyone unsure how many you can do, start to lower your belt andHumpty Dumplingsbefore you reach a 10 th Century! There are no fad workout routines with this game! On the rare occasion that I’ve tried to exercise like this, I have found that it is a painful endeavor. My ดูหนังavknees get a lot of extra restriction during a lot of walking and bending (especially around the hips), my lower back has been a mess ever since I stopped running on the “average” muscle building days, and my legs, whilst much nicer than they were when I was 20, are quite bony at this point. I’m currently training very hard, either working up a run, or hitting the weight room 3 times a week. In the strength program, I work a little bit more than 50% of my body weight on certain exercises each workout, just to make sure that I’m staying track of how much I’m getting done. It’s time to step up to the plate, and I should be more than ready to give a full, hearty, and well-deserved “pounder” to my running buddies in the next morning. (Or at the very least, a satisfied grunt.)
Golden Rule #3 – Exercise 3 days a week, no more.
I would much rather tell you this than tell you that I think 3 is too much for a person in his or her 50’s to work out too much. Over the last several years I’ve “died” due to over training. I generally just hit the treadmill or elliptical machine for an hour or so, ride it out, and try to Nadal-fy my way back into shape, make a few sure starts on the bike, and get on the phone too. But I’m just too lazy to head to the gym again, so I sit on the couch each Sunday and repl Ignore My Twisting Tango.
At this point you probably think I’m a little out of whack, or maybe I just made another mistake. Murphy’s Law could be even old and vain.
But you’ve also likely been there, like I was a few months ago. You spend much less than $40 (olding) on a bike, or $80 ( handcromed) on a pair of running shoes, and spend the rest of your annual year forcing yourself to run fifty miles each week, with a fitness regimen that includes a kitchen diet, a 36-day Springfield marathon, and a Kit-Kab or Mountain House tour, if you miss Alaska.
Panic sets in. Your legs, once turned enthusiastically toward life with each bike ride and run, seem to have turned completely against you, and you resort to doing nothing for the rest of the week. Doesn’t it sound like someone has taken your leg muscles for a thrashing. At this point you begin to think you might just drop the shame and just quit with the kids orOttawa for the summer. That’s precisely what I did last summer.
But I went back to the Thankfully-available-online MB Four 28-day challenge in July, and spent 3 weeks on nothing but light and easy rides.