“You are what you can recover from” – Vince Del Monte Your progress depends on your body’s ability to recover properly. All positive changes happen
After successfully finishing with the accumulation period, where we focus on developing aerobic endurance and maximal strength, it is time for transformation. At the moment,
To talk about physical exercise, preparation and development of particular abilities without mentioning other aspects such as nutrition, supplementation and recovery techniques would provide a
In the previous post, I’ve talked about the idea of approaching the periodization process differently to enable multi-pick performance throughout the year. For this purpose,
Participation in high-level competitions requires a lot of sacrifice and effort, putting the body under significant physical and mental demands. Depending on the nature of
Being healthy is related to our physical, mental and social state. Every athlete focuses on performing at his best during training and tournaments while putting
Professional sport is demanding for the human body in many ways. The increased volume, intensity and frequency of the training routines put the body under tremendous
Wheather you aim toward developing explosive strength, power, speed, and agility, which are all desired qualities for every karateka, you should incorporate the strength training as part of your training routine. Strength is the foundation, and it is necessary for developing other qualities that we perceive as important for Karate. Find out a simple way to enhance your performance by incorporating this 5 weight exercises in your training routine.
I am a big fan of using technology as a performance tracking tool and something that can help and protect you from overtraining and injuries.
Many times I’ve been asked by other karatekas for advice regarding physical preparation, whether that was related to developing speed, explosive strength, power, aerobic or