In order to increase the physical condition or develop muscle mass, all of us have to take into account the principle of training of progressive overload.
Progressive overload is the gradual increase of stress to which we submit to the Agency during the training, either because we customize the weight or because we changed the frequency, duration, exercises or training volume.
With this premise, everyone must implement this principle of training either in the gym or in a specific sport, because we must stimulate the body to improve his physical condition and we should do it gradually, because if we impose overloads in a hasty way, stops the performance both muscular and cardiovascular levels.
Then, to apply progressive overload and improve our condition or fitness, we can use the following practical resources:
- Increase the number of repetitions
- Increase the weight used or the resistance to overcome
- Increase the number of times that we train per week
- Increase to duration of training sessions.
- Change the type of exercises for others that require more coordination or balance
Applying the principle of overload, we are gaining a new body or more intense stimulation that generates stress, after which the body needs to adapt in order to increase their resistance and response to this stimulus, which allows to suffer neurological and muscular adaptations after that will enable to see gradual results with training.
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