People that work in the fitness industry typically call themselves “strength and conditioning coaches”. However, many are more confident with the strength part rather than conditioning. Now there is no problem with an emphasis on strengthening! Some people believe that conditioning decreases your overall strength. In reality, conditioning can increase and improve your strength. Strength conditioning focuses on improving physical performance and the entire development of the athlete.
Prioritize your training goals
Each workout should encompass both aspects, but one should take precedence over the other. Design your workout program to prioritize one for a week or so in order to get better results with your spent energy. If you are starting or re-establishing yourself into a program, you will not see results if your energy is being divided equally between the two rather than prioritizing. It’s extremely helpful to find a trainer or coach. They will guide you, push you, and know what will work for your body and accomplishing your athletic goals. A coach’s goals are to improve an athlete’s speed, power, and strength. At the same time they develop training programs that include proper lifting techniques, supervise, motivate and assess an athlete’s performance.
What Are The Benefits To Strength Conditioning?
One of the obvious benefits is an athlete’s performance levels. While training you can also decrease your chances of getting injured and increase your overall technique. With the proper program, you can truly increase your tolerance to training and boost your weak spots. Building your stamina and agility can go a long way, especially if you are a competitive athlete of any sport, professionally or non-professionally. As coaches and trainers, we love coming alongside our athletes and watching them flourish with their personalized programs and content that we’ve created for them.
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