Train Smarter, Not Harder: Remain Injury Free
Falling victim to injury is never fun and can put a serious damper on your Gymnastic Strength TrainingTM progress. Without a doubt, nothing will put a halt to your strength development faster than joint or muscle pain.
The good news is, that by building a solid foundation you will have a much greater chance of steering clear of harm’s way. This means you can progress through your training AND stay injury free.
Whether your goal is to rehab an old injury or to take more of a preventative approach, GB Training can help you can develop superior joint and connective tissue strength to go along with your hard-earned lean, muscular physique.
It’s Never a Good Idea to Train Through Pain
While this concept may sound like common sense, it is unbelievably common for die-hard fitness enthusiasts and athletes to push themselves to the limits; even at the expense of their bodies. This extreme approach of pushing through pain is the fastest way to become sidelined due to an injury.
But what if I told you that there was a smarter way to approach your training? Following the GST approach will aid in developing an optimal surplus of strength and mobility both in your muscles and joints to prepare your body for the rigors of your gymnastics training.
Coach Sommer highly recommends his students to avoid any exercises that cause joint pain until the symptoms subside. After all, you can’t get stronger if you are too injured to train.
Injury Prehab is a Much Easier Alternative to Rehab
It takes much less time and effort to prevent an injury than it does to rehabilitate one. Performing GymnasticBodies Prehab Exercises is a much safer and less painful alternative to tearing a rotator cuff muscle or blowing out your knee.
Wouldn’t it be nice to avoid these unnecessary injuries?
With guidance from the Foundation Series, you will learn how to strengthen your joints and connective tissue with dozens of unique and effective exercise progressions. As an added bonus you will also build powerful shoulders and legs to go along with your newly developed 6 pack abs.
The Fastest Way to Progress is To Take Things Slow
With the rising popularity of competitive fitness trends, it's common to see athletes rushing for strength gains like their lives depend on it. This “pedal to the metal” mentality will likely result in injuries from overtraining.
What’s the rush with the GST results?
Progress is a gradual process that is measured in small, often unnoticeable, increments. Over time small efforts add up to big results. In the words of Coach Christopher Sommer, “There is no amount of work you can do today that could offset the amount of progress you could’ve made throughout a properly structured week.”
A surefire way to guarantee faster, long-term results is to address your strength and mobility deficiencies above all else. Get started on your path to staying injury free by diagnosing where the chink in your armor lies using the GymnasticBodies training methods.