Implementing exercise progressions is a key part of creating a good training plan, and how this is done can help set the athlete up for success or possibly put them on a route to unnecessary frustrations and possible injuries.
Whether it comes to health, fitness or nutrition, you or someone you know has probably thought that if X amount is good, then more is better. While this may make sense in theory, rarely is this true.
Unilateral training is one of the best ways to improve limb strength and correct gross asymmetries. However, some of the exercises I see performed end up looking more like a circus act instead of a way to spur real physical adaptations.
In plenty of gyms and training centers there seems to be an emphasis on getting the latest and greatest training equipment. Whether that’s spending thousands on high speed treadmills, splurging on a vertimax, or getting the latest and greatest pulley system.
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