Look at their physiques and athleticism. Practically
flawless: muscular, fast, agile and extremely great
at what they do. Ask yourself if you have ever seen
a small, successful football player or track star.
NO, you have not and I doubt you ever will! Yes,
tight large muscles will slow you down and the more
muscle you put on the tighter you may get. Staying
flexible, stretching and running after your workouts
can easily control this. Your consistency with your
conditioning will also keep you flexible and fast
Now for you to get bigger and better you are going
to have to start lifting heavier. I recommend that
you do two good warm-up sets and then start to put
the weight on. You should do a lot of power
exercises such as: squats, dead lifts, bench press
and cleans. You should do three-to-four good working
sets of these exercises.
Weight train every other day (M, W, F), run your
sprints on your off day (T, T,) and rest on the
weekend. If you are not sure how to do these
exercises, find a book, google, you-tube, or seek
out a professional for this information. I canít
stress enough to you the importance of proper
technique instead of just heavy lifting.
I stress technique to all my clients because itís
about results and injury prevention. You want
quality not quantity! If you squat 300 pounds but
are doing it wrong then you may as well not ever do
them. You will get better results doing 150 pounds
correctly than 300 pounds wrong. Another thing is
that a lot people don't want to work is their legs.
Strong legs, along with a strong mid-section, are
your foundation for you strength, stability,
balance, speed and agility. So please do not avoid
your leg work.
Drink plenty of water and be sure to consume enough
quality calories and protein so that you build
muscle tissue and do not destroy it. I hope this
will help you to develop the physique and
athleticism that you are seeking. Train hard and
smart and get your rest.
UNLEASH YOUR HERO!