Not only is the deadlift great for building full body muscle and fitness but it is also an amazing preventative exercise. It develops many dormant muscles that don’t get the action they need from other movements. It is as ‘functional’ and effective as you can get. It improves you in any sport, prepares you to survive anything that can come your way, and gives you a shredded back. That sounds like a triple play to me…so Tough Spotters start deadlifting today!Happiness
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Caveman training focus to fitness is very unique. While many training methods focus on strengthening specific muscle groups, caveman training views the body as single unit therefore, use compound movements that build functional strength that simulates everyday activities. Unlike Crossfit programs, the caveman approach focuses on using odd objects in place of using traditional weights. They do this with the understanding that it takes years to master the Olympic lifts. This severe learning curve may inhibit progress as a person must now spend time training technique instead of improving strength and conditioning. Caveman workout will consist of a circuit comprised of 15 or more exercises that will be done for time or total reps. There is no rest in between exercises making this an extremely intense workout. Also unlike crossfit workouts, there are 3 different levels that cater to the fitness abilities ranging from the seasoned veteran to the absolute beginner. As you can see, both training philosophies have helped millions of individuals across the globe, but the approach of the caveman training will bring you to your absolute genetic potential while providing proper programming for everyone. If it was good enough for the caveman it is good enough for us. Get your Tough Spot On.
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Talk around the water cooler seems to have shown that there could be the possibility to forge stronger, faster, and more enduring Tough Spotter Athletes through the use of hypoxia training. Tough Spotters always obtain new techniques and training repertoires, mixing old & new & old & new again, one technique seems to be pushing out seemingly positive results at The Tough Spot Gym tadddaaaaa-”Elevation training”. Elevation training is a technique that was preeminently talked about in the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City. It was proposed that athletes in areas at higher altitudes, due to the lack of oxygen rich air, would have the competitive edge over others due to their abilities to more efficiently use the oxygen provided to them. Research has said that when an athlete is constantly exposed to this oxygen deprived atmosphere, their bodies would adapt in such a way to produce blood cells, hemoglobin, and hemocrit (oxygen carrying components). The lack of oxygen in high altitude areas also pushes the lungs to work harder therefore making them stronger allowing the athlete/person to draw in more air; more oxygen.
We get tons of emails & phone calls about our performance center well put simply The Tough Spot Gym , is Form Follows Function . Our approach to fitness is to train our Spotters like athletes. So what if you don’t compete in any sport, why not feel & look like you do? You might have some friends that want you to play a pick up game of rugby or football, or your son or daughter or your significant other asks you to play soccer or football with them, don’t let being out of shape be an excuse.Remember never make excuses just make adjustments. Our promise to you is to get you in that type of shape so you could partake in those types of activities without feeling like your lungs are going to fall out. The Tough Spot Gym will improve your, Strength; power; stamina; balance; & agility. If the side effect of training with us is that you visually look like a Greek Goddess or God, then who are we to question it. We offer dynamic and high performance classes, along with a wealth of knowledge and experience. Whether you are an athlete who wants to take their game to the next level, or someone who truly wants to be in the best shape of their life, The Tough Spot Gym just may be the path that leads you there.
Spotters ever since we mounted the TRX in The Tough Spot Gym, we must say as of late it’s been our preferred tools for conditioning regimens. If used correctly, the TRX can be highly beneficial for any functional training program. This exercise is one of the toughest I can think of, when it’s done correctly. It involves every muscle in your upper body and core through the entire range of motion. Now Spotters enjoy.
Every muscle group has a gold-standard exercise for strength and growth. These time-tested compound movements form the backbone of any training regimen. When it comes to back training, no exercise can equal the pull-up for effectiveness and versatility.Despite its usefulness, the same big guys who jump at the chance to get under the bar for a double heavy bench press shy at the thought of jumping up to a pull-up bar. Yeah Spotters , pull-ups are tough , Sure, you might be bad at them. But everybody has to start somewhere. Now rise above the rest
A dynamic warm up can be defined as a warm up that simulates what your work out will be like. Many beginning lifters and speed trainee’s think of a warm up as riding a stationary bike or walking on a treadmill for five minutes before they begin their workout. Although this heightens their heart rate, which is one of the goals of a warm up, it doesn’t properly warm up the muscles that are going to be used in the training session. Another important aspect of a warm up is to excite your Central Nervous System (CNS) and other neuromuscular systems . This is especially important in the Russian Conjugate method of training. The reason it is important is because the CNS is responsible for recruiting muscle fibers in order to perform a movement. By warming up the CNS you can improve your muscle reaction time and be more explosive in your lifts as well as avoid injuries.