Peak Performance Secrets Every Aspiring Athlete Should Know Part 1

Peak Performance Secrets Every Aspiring Athlete Should Know Part 1

Exercise and diet is just the start of reaching peak performance, however equipment, exercise types, body types, and how the exercises work plays a vital part in reaching peak performance.

For instance, if you are working to build mass and only workout pumping heavy weights and adding more weights to overload a muscle, you are setting self up for injury.

Likewise, if you are only working to build large muscle groups without building endurance, cardiovascular and the like, you are throwing fire on flames. The key then is picking the right equipment that includes endurance, strength training, reduction of stress on joints, and so forth to reach peak performance.

Still, you need diet, and mind set to work toward your goals. Thus, in this report we are going to tell you about goals, plans, mindset, qualities, equipment, exercises, diet, and more to help you see how you can reach your peak performance by pulling up your secrets to ace athlete performance.

We can sit here all day and talk about you reaching peak performance in the goal to become an ace athlete, but until you put forth the efforts, we would have accomplished nothing. Therefore, I will go work out while you read, and we see who gets to the finish line first. Not, I have to write the article, thus the only exercise I am getting now, is the weight I am loosing on my fat fingers and wrists.

The first thing you have to do is, put your plans and goals in motion while working toward peak performance in fitness.

Exercise and diet is essential, yet you must also stop smoking, drinking, taking drugs, and cussing if possible. I have a sense of humor, so if you want to cuss sometimes, do not worry you will not miss reaching your goal. While working toward peak performance you have to setup a balanced regimen of exercises.

The goal is to work all parts of the body, while achieving intensity, endurance, stamina, muscle, and so forth. The first set of exercises we can start then are the upper back tactics, which can help you start building strength in your back.

Ready, set, go: First, you want to get the joint actions to work toward building the shoulders horizontal extensions. In other words, you are starting the rowing back process, which requires weights. If you do not have weights, sit on the floor bring your arms up and elbows in an I Dream of Genie style.

If you have, weights place your arms and elbows in the same position. Now, blink your eyes and make a wish. Just kidding! Now, I am not sure if you have weights or not, but either way work toward the chief mover muscles, i.e. the posterior deltoid, including the latissimus dorsi, and the teres majors.

You will outstretch your arms to the side with the elbows bent backwards and the forearms coming forward. Keep your legs planted on the floor. In aerobics, the action is similar to the torso lift combined with the torso twist, yet you will not twist the arms to from side to side, rather you will extend with the elbows bent to both sides.

Now you will start an exercise training technique. The technique will include sitting with your shoulders joints in alignment. If you have the axis weight machine, thus rotate the machine in the red dot alignment and work in harmony. Next, place the upper arms within the pads of movement, corresponding to the floor. In position, pull the movement pads in a backward position as far as your body will allow and hold. Return to position slowly, while starting in the same position and repeating the course of action.

As you exercise on the axis machine, keep your back planted on the seats back to avoid injury. You should also keep the head in a maintained position, as well as positioning self properly so that the upper arms will move correspondingly to the floors level.

Ok, wait, where are you going? You have more work to achieve peak performance, since all we did was strengthening your back. You have arms, legs, a mouth, thighs, waist, and so forth you have to work on. We are not; finished by any means, therefore get that body pumping. Oh shucks, I forgot. We are suppose to warm up, stretch, cool down, exercise, stretch, and cool down before starting the workout process.

In part 2 Secrets in Acing out in Peak Performance.

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