Talk about some serious strength endurance.
Your training provides specific adaptations, of course this is the SAID principle. Now, the goal is to be ready to compete in your respective sport(s). But you don’t start with training for the physiological and metabolic demands right away. Your training must be progressive, basic and lay the foundation, so when you are incorporating the general-specific and specific means relative to your sport, you are able to handle the load, variation, movement and intensity.
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