12. December 2016 · Comments Off on Building Muscles · Categories: News · Tags: ,

In science, such changes are called neuromuscular adaptation. Curiously, this process is no 'ceiling' for example, some weight lifters can constantly improve the result, without leaving out the weight category. We often hear this recommendation from the 'experienced' coaches: build, say, force and muscle will grow by itself. There is even a saying: 'Strong muscles – more' weight '. American gymnast is often quoted as being for or against this. It would seem all right, that's just lame logic here: a strong muscle, as we know, is not necessarily a big one! We return to the neuromuscular changes. Adaptation – the result of increasing the rate of appearance of additional motor units (the so-called bundles of muscle fibers, 'Run' one neuron) – on the one hand, and the increase in the rate of muscle contractions – with the other. How to 'teach' the nervous system to create as many additional motor units? How to make the muscle contract faster? In these two matters secret strength and power. Reply to an 'explosive' exercises.

Never heard of it? Explosive performance is when the eccentric decline is strictly controlled, and the subsequent concentric reduction – a sharp and strong. We now turn to the nervous system. Often athletes (usually beginners) do not feel as nervous system starts to tire. They may be able to recover physically, but do not understand that nerves are also needed respite. It is worth recalling the usual troubles of life that occur with any – financial turmoil and intrigue at work, divorce – how to mind immediately comes the word 'stress'.

So, the stress 'hits' on nerves, and they, in turn, 'made' for the body. Training – the same life. Subjecting the body constant excessive stress, you will eventually drain the nervous system, and so it ricochet hit a training indicators. In general, the effect is the same as in overtraining. (Note that we are talking about the intense training of individual groups of five or even six-day scheme.) Remind symptoms of overtraining: reduction performance, increased heart rate, insomnia, anxiety, sudden mood changes.

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