By Mike BelskyThe best way to increase your ability to train, is by improving your brain’s ability to adapt to a variety of training conditions.
In this article, I’ll discuss what that means, and how to train the right way to build your strength and muscle.1.
Improve Your Brain’s Adaptive Response to Exercise1.1 Adaptive RecoveryThe first step to improving your recovery is to focus on a single exercise that engages your core.
This is the core of a muscle, so a simple core-centric exercise like the pull-up will not make you stronger than a simple muscle-centric one like the leg press.
Instead, focus on an exercise that will work your core, but also strengthen the rest of your body.
For example, you could do a pull-down with a barbell, or you could perform a leg press with a kettlebell.
As you focus on the exercise, focus also on the amount of force required to pull your body down, or lift your legs off the ground.
For a pull down, you’ll want to focus in on the lower back.
This will allow you to develop an effective lockout that will prevent your body from trying to push your body off the floor.1:00–2:00 A.M.
Core Training: The Core ExerciseThis exercise should focus on core strength and mobility, and it should be done every time you do a regular core workout.
When you first begin to improve your core strength, focus the exercise on the top of your back, and only then add the leg extension to the progression.
Do a push-up at the bottom of the exercise (this is where you can focus on your core if you want), and then continue on with your progression of the pull up.2:30 A.G.
Leg Extension for the Lateral Plane1.5A.
Leg Extensions for the Abdominals (This is the most commonly used exercise for leg extension exercises, but it is also a good option if you don’t have a strong back)1.10A.
Leg Extension for Rectus Femoris1.12A.
Lying Leg Extension with a Dumbbell1.15Lying Back Extension1.18Lying Side Leg Extension1