Go Muscles Vs Show Muscles

For the past 30 years we have been training wrong. Our fitness programs have been highly influenced by equipment manufactures like Nautilus, who invented pin-selected weight machines and then brain washed us to believe that exercising on a machine was more effective, and at the same time bodybuilders like Arnold who published «The New Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding» and then the movie «Pumping Iron.» These programs have helped to develop great «Show Muscles», but done very little to improve the function of our everyday activities and athleticism, our «Go Muscles». At the same time over the past 30 years we have been continually getting fatter and more deconditioned as a population. How can this be if pin-selected machines are the best way to exercise and the techniques of bodybuilders are superior to everything else? They aren’t!

Unless you are a bodybuilder there is no benefit to building «Show Muscles». Instead, you need to change you focus to building «Go Muscles». Go Muscles are not developed on weight machines or by doing single-joint exercises, such as bicep curls and seated chest presses. Rather they are built through total body exercises, such as deadlifts, push-ups, cleans, etc., and are built off of the ability to lift and control your own bodyweight before adding any external resistance. Also, Go Muscles are developed standing, especially on one leg, not seated or lying down. When you are seated or lying down you are not engaging your core muscles, which are the foundation of a strong body.

So why are we still having the 40-year-old mother of 4 doing seated chest presses and bicep curls? She is never going to compete in a bodybuilding contest and just wants to lose 10 pounds and have more energy. But yet we still put her on a circuit of machines. The only thing this is going to help her do is flex for the other soccer moms, it’s not going to help her drop those 10 pounds or load and unload groceries into the car and still have enough energy to wash clothes, cook dinner, and help the kids with homework.

Many people are beginning to change their approach to fitness, but there are still many more that are using the same failing methods that went out of style in the 80’s with leg warmers and spandex unitards.

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Soccer Training in the Heat – 5 Tips to Prevent Dehydration, Heat Exhaustion and Heat Stroke

In a hot climate, regardless if you are in this environment all year round or if it is hot in your spring and summer, you still must be able to train at a the highest intensity possible. It is for that reason you need to be aware of your soccer player's physical health.

The most important thing is to keep your players hydrated on a consistent basis. First let us take a look at the symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat stroke.

Heat exhaustion is the early stage of heat illness and is the most common form you see with soccer training. This occurs after long periods of training in a hot environment.
Heat exhaustion is an early indication that the body's temperature regulating system is becoming overwhelmed. If not addressed immediately it may lead to heat stroke and death.

Soccer players lose fluid through sweating which decrease blood volume. Blood flows to the skin away from the vital organs like the heart, lungs and kidneys.

Signs and Symptoms of Heat Exhaustion
Normal or below body temperature
Cool moist pale skin
Headache
Nausea
Dizziness
Weakness
Exhaustion

Heat stroke is the least common and most severe heat related illness. This occurs if you ignore the signs of heat exhaustion. Heat stroke develops when the body's cooling mechanism cannot function due to lack of treatment. Sweating stops and the body cannot cool itself and body temperature rises at a quick rate. Unfortunately if there is no treatment vital organs like the heart, kidney and brain begin to fail. If there is no medical treatment death is imminent!

Signs and Symptoms of Heat Stroke
High body temperature
Red hot dry skin
Progressive loss of consciousness
Rapid, weak pulse,
Rapid, shallow breathing

Here are five things you can do to prevent heat illnesses.

1) Find an area with shade either under tress or a tent. Just getting a player out of the direct heat can help them lower their body temperature.
2) Take a water break every fifteen to twenty minute from soccer training
3) Encourage pre-hydration. Make sure your players have plenty of fluid before soccer training.
4) Immediately after training make sure your soccer players have at least 250ml to 500ml of fluid. At this sports drink is good to have for electrolyte balance.
5) Players should avoid eating anything heavy before they train. The less the stomach contains the less stress on the body during training.

Keep this in mind with younger players. They do not have fully developed sweat glands. Youth Soccer players, until they reach puberty, cool down through urination. Many coaches and parents are unaware of this so keep this mind If you are working with younger soccer players.

Finally, training soccer players until exhaustion in the heat will lead to preventable injuries. Sometimes less is better than more.

Enjoy your training in the heat.

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Soccer Cleat Elements You Can Freely Choose As A Matter Of Preference

There are definitely elements you cannot ignore or take for granted when choosing the best soccer cleats. Size, materials, comfort, and included technologies are some of the most important for players looking for nothing but the best with their soccer cleats. Support, stability, traction and agility are some of the other elements that need to be in mind when making your choice. Modern day soccer cleats are designed to offer so much more than just comfort and protection during play and can actually propel you to improve your performance.

Luckily, there are still elements you can get away with and have the freedom of choosing as a matter of personal preference. They are the features that you choose solely because they are appealing to you and feel right. With so many designs available in the market today, finding one that you just love is not that hard to do.

Colors – Soccer cleats have transformed from the traditional black models to more colorful ones. You can find the them vivid appealing colors to meet personal preferences. You can choose from the wide range of oranges, yellows, greens and even two color combinations. Player personalities can be indicated by the color you choose, but generally they are all about appeal to individual players. More brands are embracing the colorful soccer cleats as they have become very popular amongst players.

Collars – They may be designed to offer more ankle protection and offer a snug fit, feel but most players do not find them as helpful. Collared models can however look really cool, especially when the collar is designed appropriately. You can select collared or non-collared soccer cleats as a matter of personal preference because they do not play very important roles to performance. If you are a player who loves standing out unique, then you may find the collared ones suitable for you.

Laces – The market has a wide range of laced and lace-less soccer cleats. Those that do not feature any laces come in designs that still ensure that it remains intact and fits snugly on the feet whereas those with laces give players the freedom of choosing the right fit especially with different kinds of socks. Some come complete with sleeves to keep laces hidden so they do not interfere with play. As a player, you can choose the option that is most convenient for you and of course the design that you feel befits you best.

Soccer cleats are not created equal and it helps to make all considerations when buying. Usually the more the features given to you the higher the prices will tend to be. You can get as many of functional features as you can get of those created solely for additional appeal. At the end of the day, there are features that rely on your personal preference and you can select just to feel good about your soccer cleats which can impact on performance too.

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Interesting Facts About Olympic Nations – Great Britain

John MacGregor (Scottish) invented the kayak /canoe. In 1865, he founded the Royal Canoe Club. Kayak made its debut at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin (Germany).

From 1896 to 2004, Great Britain has won 668 Summer Olympics medals, including 188 gold. The United Kingdom has more gold medals than Greece, Cuba, Spain, Brazil, Argentina and India combined…

Sebastian Newbold Coe was selected to carry Great Britain’s flag during the closing ceremony at the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympic Games. From 1980 to 1984, he won four Olympic medals (800m and 1500m). Coe is an iconic figure in the world of sports.

Great Britain is the birthplace of table tennis. This sport was a demonstration sport at the 1988 Seoul Games and went on to become an «Olympic sport» in the Barcelona Games in 1992.

In the 1910s, Great Britain’s national football team won its third-ever gold medal at the Summer Olympics in Stockholm (Sweden).

The United Kingdom has many famous sportspeople: Jonathan Edwards (athletics / England), Sally Gunnell (track & field/ England), David Wilkie (aquatics /Scotland), Sebastian Newbold Coe (athletics / England), Samuel Ferris (marathon / Northern Ireland), Allan Wipper Wells (athletics/ Scotland), Steve Michael James Ovett (track and field / England), Colin Ray Jackson (athletics/ Wales), Cris Hoy (cycling / Scotland).

Unlike Japan, West Germany, Canada and Kenya, Great Britain / United Kingdom did not boycott the 1980 Olympics in the Soviet Union. Margaret Hilda Thatcher ( Prime Minister of the United Kingdom / 1979-1990 ) did not support the boycott. GB sent 214 athletes to the Moscow Games (won 21 medals). Ironically, Bermuda, Cayman islands, Antigua-Barbuda and Hong Kong ( British territories ) boycotted the Games.

Kate Howey was the flag bearer of the British Olympic team at the Athens Olympics in 2004. Who is she? Kate was a judoka…

England dominated the medals at the First Commonwealth Games in 1930. But over the last three decades, England has been overtaken by Australia.

Glasgow (Scotland) will be host to the Commonwealth Games in 2014.

The United Kingdom is the birthplace of boxing. London hosted the first boxing championships in 1867. James Figg and John Broughton were the first boxers in the history…

Linford Christie was one of the greatest sprinters in the past century. Great Britain’s Linford won the gold medal in the 100m at the Barcelona Games in 1992. He was born on April 2, 1960 in Saint Andrew, Jamaica (Caribbean).

British boxers won all the gold medals in the Olympics in 1908. The champions were: Henry Thomas ( bantamweight / 54kg), Richard Gunn ( featherweight / 57kg ), Frederick Grace ( lightweight / 60kg ), John Douglas (middleweight / 75kg), Albert Oldham (super heavyweight / 91%2B kg).

The Montreal Olympic Games was inaugurated by Queen Elizabeth II ( Head of State of Canada) in 1976.

Great Britain introduced field hockey into India and Pakistan. This European country was the first ever men’s field hockey Olympic champion (1908).

This country has hosted many international Games/ tournaments:

The 1897 Cycling World Cup-Glasgow, Scotland

The 1904 Cycling World Cup-London, England

The 1908 Summer Olympics-London, England

The 1934 British Empire Games-London, England

The 1938 Baseball World Cup-London, England

The 1948 Summer Olympics-London, England

The 1958 British Empire Games-Cardiff, Wales

The 1966 FIFA World Cup-London, England

The 1970 British Commonwealth Games-Edinburgh, Scotland

The 1975 FISA World Rowing Cup-Notthingham, England

The 1971 Cycling World Cup-Leicester, England

The 1986 Commonwealth Games-Edinburgh, Scotland

The 1991 World University Games-Sheffield, England

The 2002 Commonwealth Games-Manchester, England

Bermuda ( British territory / Caribbean ) won an Olympic medal at the 1976 Montreal Games. The medalist was Clarence Hills (boxing). It competed in the Summer Games 15 times: Berlin-1936, London-1948, Helsinki-1952, Melbourne-1956, Rome-1960, Tokyo-1964, Mexico City-1968, Munich-1972, Montreal-1976, Los Angeles-1984, Seoul-1988, Barcelona-1992, Atlanta-1996, Sydney-2000, Athens-2004. Bermuda has also competed in the Winter Games: France-1992, Norway-1994, Japan-1998, USA-2002, Italy-2006…

The United Kingdom has many foreign-born sportspeople : Tessa Sanderson (Jamaica / track & field ),Curtis Osano (Kenya / soccer), Blair Blenman (Barbados / weightlifting ), John Barnes (Jamaica / football ), Cliff Drysdale ( South Africa / tennis ), Fatima Whitbread ( Cyprus / athletics ), Bamlerdele «Dele» Adebola (Nigeria / soccer), Zola Budd ( South Africa / track & field ), Judy Simpson (Jamaica / athletics ), Eniola Aluko ( Nigeria /soccer ), Simon Lessing ( South Africa / triathlon ), Clive Longe (Guyana / track and field ), Natalie Steward (South Africa / swimming), Nedeum Onuoha ( Nigeria /soccer ).

Like Dan O´Brien and Jim Thorpe, Daley Thompson was one of the best decathletes in the 20th century.

Fact File

Name: Francis Morgan Thompson ( best known as Daley Thompson)

Nationality: British

Ancestry: Nigerian (Scottish mother and Nigerian father)

Born: 30 / 7 / 1958

Place of birth: Notting Hill, London,UK

Personal motto: «Competition is my life, winning is my only goal»

Sport: Decathlon (track & field)

Major individual medals

1977: European Junior Championships-Gold medal

1978: Edmonton Commonwealth Games-Gold medal

1978: European Championships-Gold medal

1980: Moscow Olympic Games-Gold medal

1982: Brisbane Commonwealth Games-Gold medal

1983: World Championships-Gold medal

1984: Los Angeles Olympic Games-Gold medal

1986: Edinburgh Commonwealth Games-Gold medal

1986: European Championships-Gold medal