RPE is a very beneficial tool that should be incorporated into any strength/fitness program. Making use of it can help you get more out of your workouts and it can also improve the level of communication between you and your trainer.
Some people welcome change with open arms, but for many, making a change in your routine is challenging. Deciding you want to live healthier is the first step, but the second step to making that a reality is identifying the obstacles that stand in your way.
Whether it’s in the morning or afternoon, feeling hangry is horrible. Your temper gets short. Your body feels off. Your stomach’s not rumbling, it’s roaring. It’s hard to think clearly at the moment, much less think ahead, and you’re ready to bite the head off anyone who irks you.
You love sugar. You crave sugar. You feel bad after eating sugar. Are you ready to conquer your sweet tooth?
Every single athlete places stress on their bodies whether they are going through routine practice to playing multiple games per week, typically all year round. This places critical importance on strength coaches all over to use their education and knowledge to develop strength & conditioning programs to meet the needs of each athlete to help prevent injuries from happening during practice or play.
Sport performance is to increase the overall athletic ability of the athlete coming in to train. Each athlete is going to need a general sense of skills when it comes to sport performance. These skills being, upper and lower body power, jumping and landing mechanics, sprinting work/power, core strength, general game style conditioning and based on the sport the athlete is playing, there will be some more specifics to their type of training.