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Monday, November 2, 2015

Core Strength Ball Exercises for Martial Artists - Junan Taiso "conditioning"

Core Strength Ball Exercises for Martial Artists - Junan Taiso

 Core Strength Ball Exercises for Martial Artists - (Junan Taiso "conditioning")


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Martial Arts Conditioning Tip: "Five Typical Training Program Mistakes
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(Excerpt here by permission: "Cosgrove Training Tips" by Alwyn Cosgrove)

1)Sacrificing quality for quantity
2) Seeking fatigue/soreness

3) Excessive focus on loading (as opposed to movement)
4) Lack of diversity in routines
5) Lack of continuity (Use long-term plans not short ones)

Remember the ironic rule of strength training for sport. The objective is not to get stronger per se but to improve athletic performance. Do not get caught up in the numbers game and do not confuse gym improvements with real world or sports world improvements. The greatest athletes in the world do not necessarily have the greatest bench presses in the world. The greatest athletes in the world have an ability to produce useable force on their field of play....A good strength and conditioning coach looks to improve athletic performances – not just gym lift numbers.

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