Getting injured is frustrating. You put in so much effort into your training and do not have time to be injured. All of your hard work just seems destined to slip away.
Injuries happen and they are part of life. While we try to prevent injuries as best we can, there are still times that injuries will occur. The good news is that you can still achieve some form of effective training during an injury.
Follow these steps for staying fit when battling an injury!
If you go on social media, you can find a bunch of wild movements that you might be inclined to add to your training. You might think that these intense movements will push you over the top to achieving your goals. While they might, they also can cause headaches and frustration if you haven't mastered the basics first.
One of my favorite fitness training visuals is that of wringing out a wet towel. In my eye, this is the perfect approach to training. When you try to get the most out of it, it will gift you the most moving forward.
Power development is critical to sport and also your ability to get out of the chair you sit in. While the Olympic lifts of snatch and clean & jerk are awesome tools for power development, they take a major time investment to master.
I have an awesome opportunity for you today! As educational institutions adapt to the current reality, one college is taking a whole new approach with a swimming class. The class is focused on how you can become the best swimmer you can be, from technique practices to being a good teammate. As part of this class, I will be giving talks on how to include effective dryland practices as part of a swimmer's training. The topics for discussion were submitted by class participants (all college swimmers).
Ready for the best part?
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Here you will find posts about the topics that come up during the journey to your best performance!