We arrived to the final article of our blog series on Strength and Conditioning for GAA Athletes and today all I am going to discuss is how exercise programming for the experienced athlete is different from the beginner strength and conditioning plan.
Here we are, the last week of the blog series on strength and conditioning for Gaelic Games Athletes. I will be discussing how to gain muscle mass to boost performance and improve your game. Buckle up for part 1.
Maintain Aerobic Capacity
Part 2 of the Back to Basics in Strength and Conditioning for Gaelic Games Athletes is back and today I will explain why you would like to focus on your aerobic capacity and what the best ways are to maintain it.
Build Basic Trunk & Dynamic Stability
Today, in our next chapter of our blog series for Gaelic Athletes we’ll get down to business and talk about how to build stability, and mobility if needed and why to include Fundamental Multi-Joint Movements. How to Maintain Aerobic Capacity will be the topic of the next article..
Now that we clarified what including a regeneration workout or even a whole phase can do for your strength and performance, in today’s article I’ll explain why assessment is a crucial part of strength and conditioning.
In this next article of the S&C for Gaelic Games Athletes blog series I am going to introduce you to the principle of "regeneration phase". The few weeks before off-season starts is best used letting your body to recover, regenerate and exercise for movement correction and technique improvement.
Now that we established the principles of S&C and busted a few myths it’s the time to roll up our sleeves and start working towards those strength, speed and performance goals so you can be your best yet in the upcoming Gaelic Games season.