Great morning for sprint training on the beach. 6 x sprints between the groynes with 10 seconds rest in between. Absolutely brutal, see how I feel after doing this twice weekly for a month.
The Strength Athlete: Improve Power, Conditioning & Anabolic Response
If your primary goal is to improve peak power and anaerobic conditioning, shorter intervals with less rest are the way to go. These models are ideal for combat athletes like wrestlers, judokas, and MMA fighters, but they could also benefit the strength trainee who just wants to be more athletically awesome. With a killer anabolic response, these short but sweet workouts will help you build muscle and get cut.
Try six to ten repeats of 35-meter all-out sprints with 10-seconds rest. That’s what competitive wrestlers did twice a week for 4 weeks in order to achieve the following benefits: • Increased maximal power by 5 percent. A similar study by judokas showed increase peak power of 16 percent. • Higher maximal work capacity by 32 percent as seen with an increase in the ability to go all out on an exhaustive test from 356 to 471 seconds. • Higher testosterone and a decrease in cortisol of 12.6 percent. A more favorable testosterone to cortisol ratio that indicates an environment that is beneficial for muscular adaptations.
„No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it's not the same river and he's not the same man.“- Heraclitus
When I was in philosophy class back in school I didn’t quite understand this quote. But today I live by it. We are constantly shifting and changing, every cell in our body is being replaced and after 7 years we literally live in a new body because after that time we have completely replaced every single cell. A river is in constant flux, and no atom and no molecule stays at the same place. And I think that is a wonderful thing to think about. Because right there between spirituality and physics we can feel the expansion of our consciousness 🦋✨
No, we can't control every single thing. It's more about making conscious every day choices to be the person you always wanted to be, and taking one step at a time to reach your destination. 🌼 Also, don't forget to enjoy the journey!
I’m not ashamed to admit that all the food in front of me was - MINE! I could go on to give you excuses that I work out 🏋️♀️ and therefore I need 234,000 calories a day but lets face it I just love food. Who else loves food here?
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