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Individuality Everyone is different and responds differently to training. Some people are able to handle higher volumes of training while others may respond better to higher intensities. This is based on a combination of factors like genetic ability, predominance of muscle fiber types, other factors in your life, chronological or athletic age, and mental state. Specificity Improving your ability in a sport is very specific. If you want to be a great pitcher, running laps will help your overall conditioning but won’t develop your skills at throwing or the power and muscular endurance required to throw a fastball fifty times in a game. Swimming will help improve your aerobic endurance but won’t develop tissue resiliency and muscular endurance for your running legs. Progression th To reach the roof of your ability, you have to climb the first flight of stairs before you can exit the 20 floor and stare out over the landscape. You can view this from both a technical skills standpoint as well as from an effort/distance standpoint. In order to swim the 500 freestyle, you need to be able to maintain your body position and breathing pattern well enough to complete the distance. In order to swim the 500 freestyle, you also need to build your muscular endurance well enough to repeat the necessary motions enough times to finish. Overload To increase strength and endurance, you need to add new resistance or time/intensity to your efforts. This principle works in concert with progression. To run a 10-kilometer race, athletes need to build up distance over repeated sessions in a reasonable manner in order to improve muscle adaptation as well as improve soft tissue strength/resiliency. Any demanding exercise attempted too soon risks injury. The same principle holds true for strength and power exercises. Adaptation Over time the body becomes accustomed to exercising at a given level. This adaptation results in improved efficiency, less effort and less muscle breakdown at that level. That is why the first time you ran two miles you were sore after, but now it’s just a warm up for your main workout. This is why you need to change the stimulus via higher intensity or longer duration in order to continue improvements. The same holds true for adapting to lesser amounts of exercise. Recovery The body cannot repair itself without rest and time to recover. Both short periods like hours between multiple sessions in a day and longer periods like days or weeks to recover from a long season are necessary to ensure your body does not suffer from exhaustion or overuse injuries. Motivated athletes often neglect this. At the basic level, the more you train the more sleep your body needs, despite the adaptations you have made to said training. Reversibility If you discontinue application of a particular exercise like running five miles or bench pressing 150 pounds 10 times, you will lose the ability to successfully complete that exercise. Your muscles will atrophy and the cellular adaptations like increased capillaries (blood flow to the muscles) and mitochondria density will reverse. You can slow this rate of loss substantially by conducting a maintenance/reduced program of training during periods where life gets in the way, and is why just about all sports coaches ask their athletes to stay active in the offseason.
Benefits of exercise
Increased maximal oxygen consumption (VO2max) Improvement in cardiovascular/cardio respiratory function (heart and lungs) o Increased maximal cardiac output (amount of blood pumped every minute) o Increased maximal stroke volume (amount of blood pumped with each beat) o Increased blood volume and ability to carry oxygen o Reduced workload on the heart (myocardial oxygen consumption) for any given sub maximal exercise intensity Increased blood supply to muscles and ability to use oxygen
Also. the proper workout attire that moves and breathes properly is essential. you are exercising too hard. Plan a workout schedule. For example. Such programs use the motions of martial arts at a rapid pace designed to  promote fitness. To gain the most health benefits it is important to exercise as regularly as possible. plan your activities for a time of day that suits your personality. Lower heart rate and blood pressure at any level of submaximal exercise Increased threshold for lactic acid accumulation Lower resting systolic and diastolic blood pressure in people with high blood pressure Increased HDL Cholesterol (the good cholesterol) Decreased blood triglycerides Reduced body fat and improved weight control Improved glucose tolerance and reduced insulin resistance Aerobic Exercise Safety Tips Maintain a comfortable pace. Take advantage of the health benefits that regular exercise can offer and make physical activity a part of your lifestyle. Diverse exercises like walking and tennis require a shoe designed quite differently than an aerobics or running shoe. Proponents of dance aerobics Aerobics Tae Bo is a total body fitness system that incorporates Martial Arts techniques such as kicks and punches. choose basketball or an aerobics class. plan activities that can be done at the beginning of the day. Select activities that fit your personality and have an element of fun. There are legitimate reasons why so many athletics shoes exist in the market today. you are exercising too hard. If you do not feel natural again within 10 minutes following exercise. Alternating your aerobic activities helps to keep the excitement and anticipation in each sport alive. becoming physically active is a step in the right direction. If you have not been exercising. Encourage your family or friends to support or join you in your activity. choose swimming or walking. Furthermore it is an acronym standing for: Total commitment to whatever you do Awareness of yourself and the world Excellence. start at a slow pace and gradually increase the amount of time and the pace of your activity as you become more fit. When parents are active. you should be able to hold a conversation while walking briskly. Challenge yourself. Also. For example. Whether your goal is to control your weight or just to feel healthier. If you prefer individual activities. the truest goal in anything you do . The name Tae Bo is a portmanteau of tae kwon do and boxing. Increase your workout in stages to get the most benefits with the fewest risks. which became quite popular in the 1990s. If you have more energy in the morning. It was developed by American taekwondo practitioner Billy Blanks and was one of the first boxing “programs to enjoy commercial success. if you have difficulty breathing or feel faint or weak during or after exercise. no matter how small. Also. their children are more likely to be active and stay active for the rest of their lives. Maximize your safety and comfort. if you like team sports or group activities. Set short-term as well as long-term goals and celebrate every success.
. the hook. and the side kick. Major steps include the jab. There are many varieties and steps performed in Tae Bo. with feet shoulder width apart and the right foot leading slightly. Tae Bo incorporates punching and kicking as cardio and strength training which may burn upwards of 500 calories in an hour. A defensive stance is assumed. (the) Body as a force for total change Obedience to your will and your true desire for change Basic steps Tae Bo is a specialized form of dance martial arts aerobics developed by fitness trainer and karate champion. the front kick. Billy Blanks.
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