Adaptations of your Body are Specific To Training Method Employed
There are many different methods and modes for training the three different areas of your fitness level: cardiovascular, flexibility, and muscular strength. We here at Intellectual fitness break these three areas down a little further, but those are the basic three categories. We believe that a well designed program trains each individual aspect of fitness to insure you achieve a well rounded healthy being. In the subpages of the training sections we offer different approaches to training these aspects as well as layed-out organized workouts tailored to improve the targeted aspect of fitness.
Trap Bar Deadlift
This is a great variation of the deadlift and for beginner is probably the best variation to start your progression on because it allows the weight to be centered around taking some of the shearing and compressive forces off you spine. Its demonstrated here by Eric Cressey of Cressey Performance if you haven't checked Mr. Cressey out please due so hes is a very respected strengthcoach
Rotary Stability Plank with Rotation
Here is a great stability exercise to work your pillar strength incorporating your shoulders, hips, and core. This video is demonstrated by Mike Reinold and if you haven't checked out his website it is a must read here.
Eric Cressey Abosolute Strength to Speed Continum
Here is a great video tutorial by eric cressey as he breaks down a continum of training for athletes trying to develop their full potential performance. He applies most of what he is talking about to baseball because thats were most of his experience and expertise lies, but what he is saying can easily be applied to other sports and if you have any questions regarding how it can be applied to your sport email us at mailto:intellectualfitness.@gmail.com and we will answer your question thoroughly.
This is a great form of metabolic resistance training that was coined by Athletic Performance Inc. in minnesota. Its a great gut busting workout. Used by many mixed martial arts fighters before competition. Check it Out!
Get Up Sit Up
Try this functional training technique to build a stronger core and help increase range of motion within your shoulder girdle. Ins.tructed by the Art of Strength creator Anthony Dilugio. If you haven't heard of the art of strength brand before check out their website here.
If your looking for some basic exercise guidelines and well respected opinion on proper exercise here are some position statements by Amercan College of Sports Medicine and National Strength and Conditioning Association two of the most respected organizations in the health and fitness community.
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