Different Sports – Different Personal Training
Fitness conditioning is the key to top performance at any sport. In order to perform at the top of your abilities and use the skills you have got, you must do sports conditioning training. Most athletes enjoy their sport skills training much more than the grinding of the conditioning training, but the fact is – skills go out of the window if your body stops functioning due to lack of fitness.
The variety of tasks and goals in different sports requires improving your fitness conditioning at the particular fitness component/-s and/or movement/-s that are specific to the sport.
For example, the ratio of how much cardiovascular fitness, muscle endurance and power is needed in two diverse sports – long distance running and mixed martial arts, differs. For instance, the runners-stayers, in comparison to fighters need much more cardiovascular stamina, not as much muscle endurance and no power to last an extensive time of moderate intensity effort, whereas fighters need much more muscle endurance to be able to keep up the explosive bursts of energy for few minutes, as well as the developed power can help end the contest in just few seconds. The fitness conditioning training of these athletes differs accordingly, focusing on the dominant fitness components of their sports.
Traditional sports that have the best suited methods for raising fitness conditioning levels are: strength sports (power lifting, bodybuilding and Olympic weight lifting) and track & field. The deep knowledge of those sports, gathered through past few decades, is invaluable when correctly adopted for fitness conditioning training of any other specific sport.
Sports Conditioning Personal Training In London
Personal trainer Rolandas is qualified by YMCA as an advanced personal trainer in sports conditioning, which added to his 18 years natural bodybuilding training and 12 years personal training experience makes him an expert personal trainer in sports conditioning.
Contact Rolandas’PT4U, London personal trainer, to elevate your fitness levels at your sport.