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Strength: Top Tips to Increase Your Strength.

- August 02, 2020
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Strength: Top Tips to Increase Your Strength.



Build your Strength



Develop Your Strengths Knowing your strengths provides a sound basis for building the future. They are the best base on which you can build. You need to recognize your strengths, increase your strengths, observe your strengths and see your strengths. Strength requires nutrition and cannot be given only. Strength is not just what we feel about ourselves, but other people also understand about the specific qualities that we hold. While our strength is important, there is a danger that you do not know your strength and talent properly. Often as people grow, they become experts at describing their weaknesses and try to overcome these flaws rather than building on their strengths. As a result some of their forces may become dysfunctional and be ignored, as a result these forces are underdeveloped and manpower. However, when you are fully aware of your strengths and have confidence in them, you will be able to do the things that you would be hesitant about more than ever. As you use your strengths, you become ever more confident in their value and application.



1. Know your Strengths


Try this exercise. Recall the experience during which you struggled. Now describe it: record it as you do so - most smart phones will allow you to easily tape yourself. No need to spend more than 5 minutes. And describe it again while taping yourself. Start feeling the difference.


2. Dialing some of your Strengths


The extreme moment technique to find your strength will produce results such as "I was really paying attention" which is the strength of listening. But at the same time "I put forward a new way" which is about creativity. Labels are secondary until you are able to better connect with your strengths. Most of us really only have a vague understanding of what our strengths are so as to avoid the intellectual path and just think about your stories as being something good and feeling energetic. In fact, we can feel performance and drained. More on that later. When you know your strengths, you can start thinking how to play better than them now.


3. Avoiding excessive use of strength


There are two things that make us tired: trying to use weakness to do something, but using more of a strength. While I recommend you to make better use of your strength, at present you should be wary of using more than strength.



General Physical Preparation



General Physical Preparation (GPP) is the basis of the pyramid and encompasses a wide variety of training concepts. The idea that there are some common physical qualities that matter is not a matter of which sport or activity you want to participate in. Improving GPP helps develop the physical abilities necessary to demonstrate physical skills at a high level. To strengthen training at any age new athletes should start with the bulk of their training at this level of the pyramid. More specialized athletes should revisit GPP training during the planned period in the off-season. GPP included;

  •   Aerobic and anaerobic fitness
  •   Static and dynamic flexibility
  •   Core strength and stability
  •   Coordination and balance
  •   Muscular endurance

If an athlete is deficient in any of these areas, it will negatively affect their ability to perform activities next to the pyramid. This type of training can be in the form of circuit, med ball training, movement and technique exercises, stabilization training.

Strength


Strength in its most basic form is identified by how much you can lift. The type of strength required depends on the activity in which you participate. To achieve fast, the most important type of strength to develop is relative strength.The fastest athletes are those who are able to lose about 2x their body weight. It takes time for this level of strength to develop, but the theory is that if you are strong at the same body weight, you will be able to jump higher and run faster. The types of strengths that can be trained at this level include;

  •   Normal strength
  •   Maximum strength
  •   Strength endurance
  •   Relative strength
  •   Starting power

This type of strength has different importance depending on the activity of the game. To better develop these properties, you need to obtain some required qualifications from the GPP level of the pyramid. If you lack the flexibility, you will not be able to safely get into good lifting form and your results will suffer. If you have poor conditioning, you will not be able to undergo hard training through a full strength workout and again you will not get the same level of results. Strength training also forms the pyramid for the next phase of strength training.

Speed-Power


 According to the force – velocity curve, the faster the speed, the less force you can generate. The reason for this is that muscles have to develop contractile force.The goal of this phase is to take our reforms to strength and implement them at a greater pace, or to learn to apply our new strengths with more robust movements. Speed ​​squats, band squats, Olympic lifts, sled push and pull, opposed sprints, weighted plyos, Vertimax all come with a speed-strength continuum. We use these activities in our training programs to develop your ability to apply force at high speeds. This phase of training helps to achieve more than gains in athletic performance. Training in this phase also highlights the importance of training at the levels given below. If you do not have the required amount of power, you will not be able to perform these tasks with sufficient power to achieve the desired training effect.


 Making Your Weaknesses Irrelevant


Let's take stock. Playing with your strengths first means identifying them, then using some of them in new situations, all using different types of powers to avoid the risk of over-exposure, as well as in those situations Deploying your strengths where you currently use one or more learned behavior (s). In this final tip, we take this approach to the next and final step: If we can use strengths instead of learned behavior, then how to use strengths instead of weaknesses? It does not relieve weakness, but it bypasses it.

There are two ways of doing this. The first is what I described in Tip # 4: There is a strength that can be replaced. If I did not have a learned behavior that allowed me to speak at the meeting, it would have been a weakness to overcome the spotlight and counter the remedy. But sometimes power replacement is not possible. Then find strength in others: Peers can be a blessing. Many people who lack the power to expand - that ability to easily remove impurities - risk less in terms of work. Chances are you will lack a colleague and you can both share the strengths! This is what different teams do.



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