Fitness Foundry’s new ‘Essentials of Overcoming Fitness Plateaus’ part of “Maximum Boost Workout © Series eBook is a stepping stone in developing core stability, human movement and body sculpting. Workouts bridges your program to optimized results.
In this series, you learn how to calculate your resting metabolic rate and total dailiy caloric intake based on your lean muscles, diphragmatic breathing for endurance, dynamic warmups with corrective exercises and foundational movements in all anatomical planes of motion.
As your body adapts to this new challenge and in conjuction with your current program your lean muscle, core stabilty, flexibility, strength and power will improve.
If you want to look like an athlete then you need to learn how to move like an athlete. Without this foundation you will not safely optimize your body’s potential.
Whether your goals are weight loss, lean muscle, agility, power, balance, conditioning, mind body connection or strength; “Essentials of Overcoming Fitness Plateaus” will take your workout to the next level.
- Advanced Core Stability Training.
- Anti-rotation exercises for core strength.
- Workouts bridges your program to optimized results.
- Lengthen and strengthen muscles.
- Resting metabolic assessment
- Improve joint mobility & stability.
- Corrective Warm Ups.
- Exercises for neck, low back and knee pain.
- Develop power and strength.
- Lose Bodyfat.
- Posture Alignment.
- Diphragmatic breathing for endurance.
- Injury prevention exercises .
- Dynamic stretches & Foam Rolling.
- Advanced Medicine Ball, Resistance Band & Stability Ball
- Mental Factor Chapter
- Protocols applicable for beginners to athletes.
- Prevent overtraining syndrome.
Overcoming Training Plateaus:
The Mental Factor.
From page 71.
Usually begins 3-5 weeks into a training program. Cycles about every 3-6 months.
Decrease interest in favorite activities
Changes in appetite, Irritability, Sleeplessness,
You begin to minimize achievements.
Drift away from program and resume old habits.
Executing poor form in exercises. May lead to injuries.
Review your workout program. Are you overtraining?
Speak about your mental roadblock. By sharing you lessen the mental baggage and get feedback.
Practice patience, diligence in all activities not just in your workout.
Focus on right breathing and awareness of correct exercise form.
Participate in a group class.
Plan in advance the workout and duration.
Remember to eat your pre and post workout meals.
Take an extra day off from the gym. Focus on nutrition.
Training is not all physical. It requires preparation and a daily resolve to continue and give 100%.
Revisit the basic, such as bodyweight exercises:
Power naps! Daily 10-30 minutes of recharging.
Drink water throughout the day.
Ask a friend to join you.
Take a group class
Be grateful for your current health.
If you see it, you can achieve it! When your body is physically changing from your hard work in the gym the mind needs to readjust too. Every workout you do is a stepping stone. Every time you show up for life it is an achievement. Mental roadblocks are like castles made of sand. Eventually, they will fall into the sea of your perseverance. Ask for help and remember you are not alone.