Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Muscle performance

 The term anaerobis and aerobic power are used to describe the two aspects of power. Muscle power can be increased by increasing the amount of time the muscle has to work. Muscle endurance refers to the ability of the muscle to perform low intense repetitive activities over a prolonged period of time. Strength and endurance are elements of muscle performance. You need to design a work out that work both to maintain good performance in sports or physical activities. Endurance exercises will have your muscles contract and lift a light load for many repetitions or maintain contractions for an extended time. Your muscles need an adequate source of energy to work at peak performance and resist fatigue. This is where you need a proper diet to supply your blood with oxygen and nutrients to supply your muscles and remove waist products. Your training program must allow enough time for your muscles to recover. It takes your muscles about four to five minutes to start to recover to normal after heavy work outs. Your energy needs to be replenished and the lactic acid removed. It has been shown that light exercise will help with the recovery period. The more out of shape you are the longer it take to recover. Muscle performance changes through out your life span.The intensity of your work outs is the amount of weight imposed on your muscles. You need to be consistent with your muscle performance. Your muscles must be loaded to an extent greater then loads that usually are incurred. you need to lift heavier weights after your muscles power has improved. The intensity of exercise and the degree to which the muscle is worked is dependent on the volume and the rest periods after your workouts. Rest is very important to your training program.
Muscle performance