Strength Training For The Combat Athlete

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  1. “The ability to produce maximal forces in minimal time is called explosive strength. Strong people do not necessarily possess explosive strength.” Amen

  2. “Strength is not primarily a function of muscle size, but one of the appropriate muscles powerfully contracted by effective nervous stimulation.” As a fellow personal trainer, I try to explain this exact concept, but many (stubborn) individuals are unwilling to grasp this ideal.

    Excellent share!

    • Thanks for dropping a line Yuri. I agree, many a stubborn or ill-informed client will try and argue this point to the grave. However, with simple examples and proper explanation (like you’ll find in this article) I have been able to shed some light on the subject & assist with exposing the truth about the role our CNS plays with regards to strength training & fitness in general.

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