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4 Perfect Concept of Fitness Training You Should Know

To get the maximum out of your training, you need to apply the four key training principles – specificity, progression, overload, and individualize

4 Perfect Concept of Fitness Training You Should Know

To get the maximum out of your training, you need to apply the four key training principles – specificity, progression, overload, and individualization – to what you are doing.

The teaching standards are the four main areas to focus on, which are as follows:

1. Specifics

The stresses applied to the body during training must be the same as those encountered in the sport or adventure you have selected. For example, if you plan to really get into walking or cycling and have only a limited amount of time to train, then you have to spend time in those disciplines and not other sports like squash or tennis.

This principle is nothing to worry about if you plan to use walking or cycling as part of a general fitness program. If you're just going to concentrate on walking or running, then you should be really mindful of that.

2. Individualization 

That's a key idea, the simple truth that everybody is special! Everyone reacts in a different way to teach. When you walk or bike with a partner and do exactly the same amount of exercise, don't worry if one of you gets fitter than the other that's what individualization is all about.

Maybe one of you is having some workplace pressure or difficulties at home, but wherever he is, it's surprising what can affect your training. Some days the training can go very well and the next day it can be a disaster even though it was exactly the same duration of the exercise. That is customization.

3. Progress

It's all about the need to slowly increase the workload you are bringing into your body. Combining exercise and rest is necessary while at the same time that the stress the body is placed through. This so-called 'pain' is a mixture of exercise frequency, duration, and strength.

Progression is about tiny increments. It's not a matter of one day doing a two-hour walk and a five-hour walk a few days later. You will advance only slowly, around 5-10 percent at a time. The best way is to no more than five percent increase your weekly operation.

4. Overloading

Overload is a very common problem and occurs when you don't have enough rest during your workout schedule. It should not be confused with overload, which is the expected exposure of each participant to an elevated workload and the correct amount of rest.

You'll be suffering from overtraining without the appropriate amount of rest. You get overload with the right amount of increased preparation and the right rest. Overload is necessary if you want to boost your results. You don't want to get the opposite effect-overtraining.

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