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Owen Johnston - www.StrengthTrainingPDF.com
Thoughts on training – "slow and steady"
When it comes to training, whether in martial arts or for any area of fitness, let’s
remember the old phrase – “Slow but steady wins the race.” Never be in such a rush that you
don’t plan your workout, or that you do not train your body and mind through the preparatory
stages. It’s certainly great to feel out new exercises as a test of strength ability, but do not
venture into “over training”, which could lead to injury.
Of course, this is not to say we shouldn’t work hard when we train! Progression is the
name of the game. We have to keep steadily improving each workout. If we’re using weight,
try to add sets, reps, variety, or weight each week. If practicing body weight training, change
something up a little bit each day that you work out.
And remember slow but steady – gradual progress! This is especially true as we get
older. Aging is not a death sentence for your training – in fact, we can continue improving at
many things throughout a lifetime and maintain great health! But we must also be realistic
and remember that we have to accommodate a potentially slower recovery rate. And when it
comes to progress, especially when it comes to us older athletes (I was born in the 70s, myself)
“Longer is one thing. Never is something entirely different. And longer always beats never.” –
Brooks Kubik
If you want a pile of info on some sensible workouts, pick up his book, Chalk and
Sweat, through the below link. I don’t make a single cent by recommending the book. I have
read his Dinosaur Training and Dinosaur Body Weight Training books and they have been
working for me so far. As such, I am happy to recommend his stuff!
http://www.brookskubik.com/chalk_and_sweat.html


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