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These static hold exercises aren’t totally isometric, although they have isometric phases during hold counts. Dynamic muscle movement gets the athlete into position and back out.
These are exercises to hold a position. They are core and primary muscle training exercises. Yoga practitioners hold poses and gymnasts hold positions to demonstrate strength.
The gymnast approach holds a posture or position for longer and longer periods to build strength in a hold position. Stabilizers kick in. Securely fixed bars, floors, benches, rails and walls can be used for various exercises in this category so long as the athlete takes care and uses common sense, including permitted use of property.
Consider the following basic gymnastic exercise options to round out preparation for your sport and fitness approach. Get qualified person to person advice, spotting and tips if you’re not confident in your conditioning level and or in imitating form you see pros or Olympians perform. Study form, move slowly, and develop excellent form on any exercises you undertake.
Water is is a powerful element, and it is in us.
Water can move mountains. Water makes our bodies pliable, flexible, functional and strong. Water supplies our muscles as they work. The brain is 70% plus water.
When you think of power or strength training, think in terms of work that you could do that you might otherwise have abdicated to a machine.
Think in terms of gradualism, moving from light to heavier resistance. Use your sense of feel, learn proper form and go only to resistance levels that are safe for you and feel right, even if they may challenge you some. How much challenge you can handle is a judgment for you and your physician to come to, but once you do, you can move mountains with water.
Today was one of those days when water moved heavy materials from the Earth.
The specifics of this training evolution will come in the M7 Adaptive Fitness Guidebook due out in December before Christmas. It is a way to strength and power train intensively without overloading joints, staying functional, and combining muscle groups in the process. And, it is affordable, simple and easy to access. Yet it is just one method. It is also fun.
In Winter, hibernation must be on our minds, or fitness clubs everywhere would not be marketing the beach-ready fitness routines to motivate people. In general, I’m talking about those who don’t generally do Winter sports, or don’t have access, but who do the basics: walking, running and some form of weight training.
If that is you, here is something to consider during your Winter weight training workouts. Find a window that admits sunshine. On an Indian Summer day, find a grass spot or patio. Maybe you have a warm spot outside blocked from wind on cold days. Then, train in the sun. Obviously, if you spend more than 15 minutes directly in the sun, consider sunscreen with the desired SPF. Enjoy your strength training!