In-season training seems to be a tough time for the youth athlete. Multiple schedules, practices, games, the list goes on. It may seem like there is no time, but if performing at your best and moving up to the next level is a priority, then maximizing in-season training is essential.
Here are 3 Tips For In-Season Training.
#1: Train 1-2 Times Per Week
Make time for in-season training and target main movement patterns and compound exercises. If you put in a whole summer of off-season training and made progress, we want to not only maintain, but continue to develop strength, power, mobility, core stability. A proper strength and conditioning program should not leave you exhausted or take away from your upcoming competition during the season.
The way of the world has certainly changed and has changed the landscape of the health and fitness industry. Many gyms have been restricted and even closed up for good due to the chaos of a pandemic.
Unfortunately, many gym goers and athletes have paid the price with their health and performance due to the lack of access to the gym and classes. Now that things are moving forward, many have invested in their own gym equipment at home and some gyms have re-opened.
Now is the time to really take care of our health, fitness and performance as the stress of world has bottled up. You owe it to yourself and deserve to take care of your body and well-being.
So, if you’re stuck at home with your home gym or you’re going back to the commercial gym, here are some benefits to c