Train Movements, Not Muscles
The typical approach of targeting various muscles in your workout is inefficient and ineffective. The reason: Your brain sends signals to your muscles when you want them to contract (wake up!), but your brain won’t allow muscles to work independently of each other. They’re a team, and by training them that way, you’ll get better results. In this video, Nick Winkelman explains an easier way to condition your body—by training movements, not muscles.
About The Author
Nick Winkelman – Nick Winkelman is the Director of Education and Performance Systems and the Director of Methodology at Athletes' Performance. With a degree in Exercise Sports Science from Oregon State University, Nick Winkelman brings a serious passion for sports performance to Athletes' Performance.