Saturday, June 4, 2011

Force science

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I remember when I first heard the proverb leading experts in 7 years, 5 years ago at a clinic which if you read for an hour every day in your field, it will be one of the world. I do not claim to be one of the leading experts in the world yet, but the main thing that did take that thought was becoming a serious student of the game. I've learned to become smarter about noticing the small things that work and all the things that are a waste of time. I was damn diligent reading of one hour each day from strength training of self-improvement to business and marketing books. I've been very busy lately with the opening of my new system, my marriage and just buying our first home together. That said, there is so much information that I want to convey since I was more than a month I had the chance to write an article that I'm going to be jumping around a bit. "Absorb what is useful and discarding the rest" by Alwyn Cosgrove on Bruce Lee.
After reading the dinosaur training, Brooks Kubik decided to incorporate my fat Gripz in almost all awards or pulling movements. When people ask me how they work, I explain how hands are innervated with central nervous system and if we train strength, the nervous system becomes more efficient. But you will also notice that when you use FAT on exercise grips like bench, wrists and shoulders are feeling a bit unstable. Yes, using stabilizing muscles, but I think the most important effect is stress and adaptation to your tendons and ligaments. This is where the real power is built. I got a PR this week with 355 on the bench and came pretty easy. This is up about 30 pounds since the winter and the only difference in my training was to incorporate Gripz Fat.
Newton's third law States that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Lifting parallels life in many ways, we learn to push ourselves harder than we thought possible, eventually learns that we need to surround ourselves with other like-minded people. It was also my experience that any of the big dogs of iron are very driven to succeed in life. This is where it enters Newton's law. If you put in the work of the dog, till late at night and sweat blood and tears, the results are down the road. This is a principle that too many people do not understand. If you create and use all of that action, you'll get the investment of that time ten times. This can be used for lifting and life.
The quad is fundamental for the train to remain injury free. The Quad provides breaking forces, when the front leg strikes the ground during the Sprint. The leg is fully extended during Sprint because then it would be moving vertically and not horizontally. In particular, the VMO is crucial as it affects the knee. The best way for these guys to hammer through movements such as lunging, step up, the rear foot high Split squats or squat speed skater.
When I get my high school athletes who told me that their weight hit a plateau, I do two things. Firstly, I do a Jolt that has 75 grams of protein and calories 970 in it 2 times per day. Secondly, I do five days of 80 grams of glutamine per day in those days. This can be done every 2-3 months. I got this idea from Charles Poliquin. Helps heal the stomach lining, that will lead to better absorption of nutrients. All my guys who have done this have earned 3-6 pounds of weight, lean and kept on after a week.
Sleep is King. I'm a hypocrite when it comes to this, as always fall into the trap of candle-burning the midnight oil to get more work done. However, when I presented in a clinic, a fellow presenter was from the United States Navy and his findings were very cute. He said that if the brain is awake for seventeen or more hours for 3 days straight, functions as though it were intoxicated and also showed pictures of a brain with 8 hours of sleep. Vs 6 hours of sleep. The brain of 6 hours had significantly less blood flow compared to eight hours. He also spoke of the importance of recovery. It was very fortunate to have a car of Omega Wave to know when his boys were going to hit bottom. He said that a de-load a week should be used every four weeks or so and this is also what Buddy Morris suggested when I looked back one of his presentations. Sleep and recover to grow!
Kyle Newell is a strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) located in New Jersey. He specializes in processing and sports specific conditioning. Kyle is pursuing a degree in exercise science through the University of Texas Pan American. Kyle is also a competitive bodybuilder in addition to being a certified sports nutritionist (CISSN). Kyle is available for online consultation. Just remember that the neighbourhood has nothing to do with expertise. Kyle can be reached through his website
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Article posted: 03 June 2011