Best Weight Training For Swimmers in 2023
The Ultimate Guide To Weight Training For Swimming
Complete Conditioning for Swimming (Complete Conditioning for Sports)
- Exercises and drills for each stroke
- Event-based workouts and programs
- Dryland training
- Tapering for peak performance
- Year-round conditioning plans
- Nutrition before, during, and after swim meets
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We Want to Pump You Up!
You probably remember the hilarious Saturday Night Live skit "Pumping Up with Hans and Franz". I learned to combine weight training and cardio during each workout for a maximum burn. Hans and Franz would have been very proud.
Those same images come to mind whenever I decide to join the gym - again. I made a commitment to myself after college to work hard and stay in-shape. I wanted to make sure that I found time to exercise every day and never become a "girlie man". I learned to combine weight training and cardio during each workout for a maximum burn. Hans and Franz would have been very proud.
The decision to join the gym always seems to be the easy part. The work-out, of course, would be the hard part. Sticking with it, though, has been close to impossible. However, by mixing up my work-outs and getting out of the gym once in a while, I have been able to maintain an interest. These are a few of the things that could be incorporated into any fitness routine to help keep it interesting and produce positive results.
Do your homework before jumping into anything new and always know your limits. Staying fit will become a lifestyle commitment of exercise, diet and rest. Which is much easier said than done. There is an abundant supply of worthwhile information in the countless health and fitness magazines on news stand shelves. Do not be fooled by the flashy ads for "scientific breakthroughs" or "ergonomic machines". Try what appeals to you both in and out of the gym. It will keep things fresh and help you stay "pumped up".