While many kettlebell sport athletes have never considered it, sprinting could be your key to enhanced performance. Find out the three reasons why sprinting could definitely increase your performance in competition.
We live in a fast paced culture where people spend less time engaging in the activities they want to and instead run around like frantic rabbits, anxious and overworked. People often underestimate the negative health effects of living in a reactive state.
Google “weight lifting” or “running” and “martial arts” and you will see that a lot of people have some very strong opinions about this subject. Should people weight train for martial arts? Should people add running to their training regimen? I actually get asked this question a lot by people who train martial arts and are looking to step up their training.
Anaerobic-alactic system (ATP-CP) is the primary energy system used in maximal efforts under 10-12 seconds duration such as short sprints. Therefore, it would seem that development of the aerobic energy system would be unnecessary.