Thursday, April 7, 2016

Training For What?

 If you're not an athlete, move star, or a warrior then what are you training for? Everyday life. Your training must be focused on training to meet the demands of your everyday existence. 

 Training, for you, must improve your mobility, strength, and cardio - BUT it must be focused on sustainability, longevity, and strengthening your weaknesses. 

 Everyday training should be movement based, but not stunt or trick based. Movements like squats, push ups, chin ups, rows, hinging, and core specific movements have a great carry over to everyday life. They're not glamorous like stunts, but stunts/tricks have a higher degree of risk involved and less carry over into daily activities. They're specialized and specific. For everyday fitness, we need to be general. You need to be able to do many things, kind of well. 

 Train to be able to hike, carry home groceries, pick things up, and move well forever. Train for your life. 

- Tim 

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