Athletic training

Flaws are what separate winners from participants. My role is to identify flaws in your focus or movement that hold you back, and pretty much everyone has them. Great training and positive support closes that gap. If you want to perform like an exceptional athlete you gotta be willing to do what they do. Proper coaching gives you structure to eat, sit, think, look, act, breathe and move like one, period.

For you to be better than everyone else in recreation and sports such as biking, golf, tennis, running, track and field, body building, soccer, v-ball, b-ball, swimming, martial arts etc. you need expert training. 

 Below are some rules I teach that allow my clients to excel:

1. Create a stable base so your body can perform all given tasks more effectively. Your base is the right muscle balance crossing major joints from your the bottom up.  1.feet, 2.ankles, 3.knees, 4.hips, 5. spinal column and 6. shoulders. If any one of those bases are off, you will not perform optimally. The lower the problem the more negative effect it can have on your whole body.

2. Visualize the focus in the mind first and then the movement second. I learned this on my own as a teenager, so no doubt people have doing this for millennia. Many times people simulate movement in the mind at a certain speed but dont realize that their actual movement is faster. Often they want to get into speed and power training before they know how to actually do the right movement first.

This is often seen with people of all ages incorrectly performing deadlifts, squats, pushups, bench presses, lat pulls, rows, rowing machines and i.e. Often their head will be out of align  indicating they have insufficient spinal and/or shoulder stabilizers. Frequently, one look a their posture will shed light on what is likely weak and tight. Sometimes they have a host of weak muscles in their feet, ankles, lateral hips, lower abs, middle back, as well as spinal, scapular and rotator cuff stabilizers. Followed by tight calves, hamstrings and some times hips flexors and obliques.

3. Properly progress through training stages. Once you’ve mastered basics of training stabilizers through your ankles, hips, abs, spine and shoulder stabilizers your nervous system can handle more weight and speed through the bigger butt, lats and pec muscles.

If you need to run, special attention should be placed on your shoes, feet and ankle stability and strength. With that addressed your speed, agility, quickness (SAQ’s) can improve.

4. Cross training is very necessary to do prevent overuse symptoms and injuries. Cross training means regularly detraining, working on other muscles groups to improve shoulder spine and hip and foot stabilizers. 

My job is to initially slow you down enough so your brain can have more time to make proper adjustments through given movements. That means paying attention to the right breathing, muscle focus, qualified range of motion, speed, load and then notice what muscles are working. When you have not learned the best way to stabilize and properly move, performance declines and injury risk elevates. I heavily focus on how to help my clients understand how there muscles in their body work properly from the ground up in simplistic formats. This helps them better appreciate and adhere to the most basic functions of proper breathing, posture, gait and movement as a whole. That in itself solves a lot of problems and the rest is downhill.

For those of you who want to practice a lot more I can set you up with my own weight training and core training product I invented called the “Mof core trainer at www.mofcoretrainer.com. My website will show you tons of videos of me showing expert movements and how to condition yourself very quickly in fun and dynamic ways.

 

Karthik proves that with the right knowledge of how to eat and exercise you can lose fat and gain a lot of muscle at the same time quickly.

 

 

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