Get To The Next Level Of Your Sport By Using CrossFit As a Training Method.
Whether you do soccer, rugby, dancing, netball, swimming or any kind of sport, what do you do for training? Training for a specific sport includes skill practice, endurance and/or teamwork.
If you are looking to improve your performance, there are many things you need to look at before you seek to change. How many times a week do you train? What is your main goal? How is your performance tracking so far?
Do you find yourself filling extra training days in by going to the gym? Doing some weights, finishing off with some cardio? Not following a program or having someone to guide you? This next step could be the biggest and best step towards boosting your performance!
So what is this step? Implementing CrossFit training in the plan!
What does this mean? What type of training does this include? How do you know this will be good for my specific sport without even knowing what I do?
Varied training- It’s training your body for the unknown and the unknowable. It can help prepare athletes to achieve a high level of physical preparedness. … varied training is not random. It means doing different exercises. Different workout lengths, different intensity, different weights, and different workouts.
High intensity- Hitting your workout hard and fast for a short period of time. This is usually done in intervals with rest between to ensure high intensity. Challenging the mind and body in strength or cardio, to become fitter and stronger than last time.
Functional movement- Exercises that train your muscles to work together. Prepare them for daily tasks by simulating common movements you might do at home, at work or in your sport. Using upper and lower body muscles at the same time emphasizing core stability.
So as you can see, CrossFit is going to allow you to be prepared for every sport!
For example, running, squats, and sleds are great to improve your soccer performance. This goes for every sport, from dancing to AFL to swimming to circus! There is a range of movements to enhance your performance.
If you’re contemplating what to do and where to go to improve your sporting performance, then make the move. Let us know your sport and I guarantee we will be able to help you!