Strength and Conditioning

“Strength is not useful if you can’t direct it and switch it on at the right time and in the right moment.”

Sport is the battle of strength and conditioning – I have four different training sessions to develop an athlete’s strength and condition.

One of the essential elements of the training session is that the process needs to be challenging and exciting for the athletes. I use many of the exercises that have served me well in my athletic life. Competitiveness at training sessions is an important method of imitating competition and developing an athlete’s ability to realize maximum skills and results under stress.

Sport is the battle of strength and conditioning – if athletes have the same technical and psychological levels, the difference in their result is caused by their level of strength and conditioning. Some athletes can create more effort and results than others. Different types of training require different methods:

We can divide training sessions into the following:

Strength Training

How to use your body to develop greater strength – you don’t need to spend hours at the gym.

Speed Training

Speed is the ability to move your body quickly in space. It is the sequence of single steps. If you can create quick effort and quick relaxation you can develop a quick run.

Plyometric Training

Plyometrics is a variety of jumps training. These exercises are some of the most explosive strength exercises that can be used for many different purposes.

Endurance Training

Endurance is the ability to maintain a certain level of intensity of movement for as long as is required. Usually this training is a combination of aerobic and anaerobic exercises.Endurance training can be achieved through either running or jumping exercises with various intervals of rest between each exercise.

These points are just the tip of the iceberg. If you are interested in this field, contact me.