There is a season for everything in life, and this is especially true for sports. Currently, it is football season. We watch baseball, basketball started, but more. So what should your next fitness session look like during and outside your favorite sports season?
All sports are different, so don’t go into details. The goal is to give you some tips for using them during your training programs. The following information will help you develop a mindset for whatever sport you want to continue in the season.
Driving to a sporting season should take into account the weather setting or its heating. As before every match, you must prepare your body for this activity. It is the time when you should take your sport into consideration and think about the areas of the body used during sports.
Consider how your body moves through athletic activities. Whether it is football, soccer, basketball, or Olympic badminton (if you don’t know, yes, badminton is an Olympic sport), each sport has specific methods your body uses that make it unique. This uniqueness is where you should focus on your pre-season training. Find ways to exercise your muscle groups that improve and strengthen endurance in these sport-specific moves.
Why do we focus on these areas? Simply to help eliminate injuries during the season. If you prepare the body to handle specific movements related to your sport, then during the season, when you practice your sport, it will be less prone to damage. In fact, it reduces the blur you experience at the start of the season.
In an evolution of the peak season
Then you are now hot and ready to play. Just because he took the time to prepare before the start of the season (by the way, a job well done) doesn’t mean he’s leading the game. If you want to make sure you are at the top of the season, you really need to put yourself first.
Professional athletes and those who strive to be the best, don’t just leave the game to warm up and prepare for the season. They know that a year-round intense exercise regimen will bring fitness to its highest level. It’s the adaptation that makes your game so much better than the rest.
Here are some areas to focus on during the sports season
Rotation exercises: Make sure you are exercising your entire body and not just the areas where you use the sport. Many sports have repetitive movements that only move the body in one direction, such as swinging bats. Make sure to do other exercises that allow you to predict your body through a full range of movements.
Your core – make sure you are constantly working on developing your core. This zone helps you stabilize most body movements. The central section (rectus abdominis, rectus abdominis, rectus abdominis, erectus abdomen), as you can see, contains four different muscle groups that need your focus. Plan to exercise your core with each exercise.
Weight: Continue to use weights during the exercise, but a single repetition of 15 may be restricted to failure. During high season it may be necessary to reduce weights, but it is very important in the off-season for muscle development. This ensures that you do not receive EDS during your sports season. Unless, of course, your sport requires more intense bodybuilding.
Cardio conditioning: Aside from the cardiovascular exercises you do, you should also do 3 days a week in this area. The heart and lungs provide the necessary oxygen and nutrition to the body’s muscles. If your cardiovascular system is at its best, you have a better chance of doing it at its best in the sports season.
Low season gets cooler
Well the games are over: There’s more competition to stay motivated. What are you doing to cool down your sports season? Displacement from any sport should be considered the stage in which you recover physically and psychologically. Many athletes use this time to assess their season and determine where they can focus on improving the next season.