What is more frustrating than then trying to get your strength workouts and cardio session in each week?
How many times have you been right on schedule one week, frequenting the gym four or five times, only to fall behind the following week as a result of one quick, lack lustre weight training session caused by unforeseen circumstances that surfaced in your life.
The result is missed workouts!
When you miss the opportunity to train your strength and conditioning, it not only decreases your overall progress as an athlete but if your cardiovascular system is regularly underworked or neglected you won’t have the stamina to continue the drill or learn new techniques.
Imagine you are working over and over again on a new Muay Thai combo in class and your conditioning is minimal. You wouldn’t be able to make it through the session…. seems like a waste of time and your money!
While skill training needs to remain your premier focus, strength and conditioning cannot take a back seat. The better conditioned athlete you are, the more effective and efficient you will be in the learning phase or enhancement phase of your combat fighting skills.
Now you see the negative affect of constantly missing your workout sessions can have on your overall training and progress.