Get Physically Fit Like A Rugby Pro

Unlike American football, the British version of the sport called Rugby is a full-contact sport that combines a mixture of athletic power and violence- two factors that have captivated millions of eager fans to enjoy the games.

To survive in this game, one needs to be physically fit to endure long periods of exhausting games, as well as good over-all strength and making sure to always have the right attitude in the name of good sportsmanship

To train like a rugby pro, a good set of training routines that would help rugby players to remain in an excellent physical condition must incorporate all exercise and muscle building routines to ensure maximum results.

Most importantly, one should understand that discipline and determination play key roles to ensure that they stick to the program until the end, otherwise it will all be bust.

Maximal Strength

This is the ability to generate the highest level of force the human body could possibly muster. It would only take ten seconds of one’s ability to maintain maximum continuous force then it begins to decrease, so any workout that requires maximal strength must only be done within 1 to 5 repetitions of maximum load weight, plus a good combination of eccentric and concentric muscle actions with longer rest periods in between.

So a good and ideal weight ratio can be used for the following, 1.25 times the body weight for bench press, 1.5 times body weight for squats and 1.75x body weight for deadlifts.

Warm up

This involves a good set of cardiovascular training starting off with some like core strengthening exercises like machine dips, step ups and crunches for the first five minutes of the training program.

How to lift weights

Always make sure to do the lift as quick as possible, being mindful of the ten-second maximal strength time frame.

Make sure to always have a workout buddy whenever you do your weightlifting, not just for motivation purposes, but also for safety reasons in case something should happen with weights.

Warm up

This involves a good set of cardiovascular training starting off with some like core strengthening exercises like machine dips, step ups and crunches for the first five minutes of the training program.

Also, make sure to enhance your grip, which is essential to weightlifting and for all possible training exercises.

Use a grip-enhancing agent like Liquid Grip, a revolutionary formula that replaces chalk and rosin. It dries quickly and helps prevent blisters.

It leaves no mess on the hands and equipment and it easily washes off with soap and water.

So start and train like a Rugby pro and get that full-body workout that will give you the optimum fitness results.

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