The brain controls muscle force. So, why don't workouts include both resistance and brain training? Even the most elite athletes are unaware that training the brain in tandem with the body can elevate the athletic performance to a whole new level.
Strongman Brian Shaw is the current World's Strongest Man champion, and for a good reason: he can deadlift more than 1,022 pounds. Although most people would assume Shaw accomplished this feat by having the largest muscles in the competition due to countless hours spent lifting, they would only be partially correct. This is because muscle building through resistance training is only one aspect of increasing strength.
Strength Theory Classical
Most athletes understand the fundamentals of traditional strength training science. For example, when athletes lift weights, they cause minor tears in muscle tissue. The body receives signals & responds to this damage by adapting to and repairing the tears — "adapting" means more muscle mass, and "repairing" means more vital tissue. Hypertrophy is the name given to this biological mechanism.
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