Workouts should have challenging elements. But remember; as experts have asserted, strength is a skill.. “Quality gives way to quantity.” What this should mean to you is that after a certain amount of volume (or beyond a given intensity or weight), the way you’re moving will change–often against your will, and often to the detriment of your eventual goal, if it is a performance-related one. Interpretation: What you’re doing isn’t “wrong,” but it’s not the only way; by any means (therefore, it might not be the best way “all the time”).
“Competition-style” workouts should be planned and spaced in a way that does not cause injury because they allow the athlete to safely complete all of his assigned tasks with enough energy to ensure correct mechanics. This is where my path begins to diverge from that which the masses so lovingly embrace. I am asserting simply that one size does not fit all.
I have heard two profound things from coach Dan John which I can relate to this topic.
Can I do the workouts you do? Sure. Have I “done it?” …If you mean ‘have you done high intensity circuit-style training?’ then YES. But do I choose to define my style always within similar confines as some? No. Do I prefer certain tools to others (“do I have a personality”)? Yes. Can I make you good at being strong AND help you get better at your sport at the same time? Yes. With that being said, don’t be owned by a brand. Instead realize that “exercise” has been around for a while, and there are Many roads to Rome..
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