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Napucani avanturist otkrio jedan “trik” kako brzo doći do mišića

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No pain, no gain. Već ste to čuli sto tisuća puta, a ako imate niske kriterije za modu – vjerojatno ovo imate napisano na nekoj majici ili “nedobog” istetovirano na nekom dijelu tijela.

Iako danas postoje različiti pristupi vježbanju koji pokušavaju ublažiti bol koju sportaši osjećaju pri treningu, ima i zagovornika starog pristupa u kojem je bol dobra stvar.

I tako dolazimo do Rossa Edgeleya, britanskog avanturista, nutricionista specijaliziranog za vrhunske sportske izvedbe te trenera snage.

Njegov “trik” za brz dolazak do rezultata je vrlo jednostavan. Morate si povećati toleranciju boli.

Čovjek je otrčao 30 maratona u 30 dana, zna o čemu priča. I ne, kada dođe do podnošenja boli – nisu u pitanju genetičke predispozicije već je to sposobnost koju možete sami izbrusiti i naučiti. Ne morate trčati maratone i biti tip sportaša koji sav svoj uspjeh bazira na izdržljivosti, ovaj pristup je primjenjiv na svaki sport i na svaki oblik tjelovježbe.

Edgeley je inspiriran Emilom Zatopekom, možda i najvećim trkačem 20. stoljeća. Osvojio je tri zlatne medalje davne 1952. godine na Olimpijskim igrama u Helsinkiju, ali Edgeley ga obožava ne zbog tehnike trčanja već zbog nevjerojatne radne etike i otpornosti na bol.

I da – Instagram je koristan alat kada ga koriste ljudi kao što su Edgeley. Više o ovom je pisao na svom profilu.

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Today's training: sprints on the fells to recalibrate the mind & perception to pain (tag someone who should read this). Inspired by Emil Zátopek (considered to be the greatest runner of the 20th century) he's best known for winning 3 gold medals at the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki (5k, 10k and marathon). But the reason Zátopek is a hero of mine is because his success had little to do with his running technique, but rather his unparalleled work ethic and resilience to pain. He famously said, “It's at the borders of pain and suffering that the men are separated from the boys. Essentially, we distinguish ourselves from the rest. If you want to win something, run the 100 meters. If you want to experience something, run a marathon." What Zátopek understood is training expands the capabilities of the muscles and heart but also recalibrate the brains horizons and perceptions to pain. This is based on research based on the European Journal of Physiology who found high intensity training does not change your pain sensitivity (the point at which you notice pain), but can increase pain tolerance (how long you're willing to endure pain) More videos & articles coming on this soon as I take the @Gymshark familia up the fells to film and we test their latest base layers against the wind, rain and elements #Gymshark 🦈photo by the fell BEAST @jamesappletonphotography

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Otpornost na bol ne znači rad na izbjegavanju boli već mogućnost trpljenja boli u teškim uvjetima. Trening ojačava mišiće i srce, ali i proširuje horizonte mozga te doživljaj boli.

Jednostavan trik kako doći do mišića je – nastavi udarati čak i kada boli, nastavi dizati čak i kada postane teško, nemoj se štediti jer ono što zapravo želiš su vrhunski rezultati i stvarna snaga. Estetika će doći sama po sebi, želiš biti sportaš, a ne model.

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Taken from #TheWorldsFittestBook (GET YOUR COPY THROUGH LINK IN BIO) "Speed can make you strong! This might sounds odd, but research published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research wanted to, “Investigate the additive effects of ballistic training to a traditional heavy resistance training program on upper body strength.” 17 resistance-trained men were selected and assigned into two groups. One group followed a traditional strength training protocol for eight weeks whilst the other combined traditional strength training and ballistic training. This consisted of a conventional bench press coupled with plyometric push-ups (where the athlete’s hands leave the floor during he upward-concentric phase).Following the 8 weeks the athletes one repetition maximum was measured on the bench press and results revealed although both groups improved, the traditional strength training group increased by 7.1% on average compared to 11.6% for the ballistic-strength training group. Scientists concluded the, “inclusion of ballistic exercises into a heavy resistance training program increased 1 repetition maximum bench press and enhanced power.” For this reason if you want to increase your bench press numbers try hitting the gym mats in an effort to perfect your plyometric push-up. Science shows your chest will be more powerful when you do | Tag friends and training partners

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Idemo sad, sa suzama u očima, poslušati ovaj “jednostavan trik”.

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