One leg bounding.
TheETG applied sport sciences……Strength training program
Training & Performance issues
— how much force can you produce, and how quickly can you produce it
— increase amount of force production
— increase rate of force production
— induce adaptations in brain and nervous system rather than a focus solely on muscle
The major proteins that your training program needs to cause production of [to a very high level for high level performance]……
1 — Proteins involved in synaptogenesis [production of connections between brain cells to aide in synchronization of signals to muscle for muscle fiber force output and rate of force production]
2 — sodium/potassium pumps along brain cell, nerve fiber, and muscle fiber membranes.
3 — calcium pumps in muscle for returning calcium to storage areas [sarcoplasmic recticulum]
in muscle in between muscle contractions.
4 — faster rather than slower forms of sodium/potassium/chloride/calcium pumps and channels along brain cell, nerve fiber, and muscle fiber membranes.
TheETG strength training consists of standardized protocol with heavy weights all year around. Heavy weights are a stimulus for high level strength increases via adaptations in brain and nervous system rather than a focus on increasing muscle size. Bounding and jumping exercises are included.
Weight lifting exercises are 3 reps consecutively or cumulatively with heavy weight for each exercise [definition of “heavy weight” = weight you can’t lift more than 3 or 4 reps consecutively].
TheETG training program —–