SNAP! Conditioning. To get the most out of your Bujintech Experience and this competition, you must incorporate Strength Training and Aerobic Conditioning into your regimen. The hardest part of starting any new health program is the planning. Most people would not know where to begin. You should never begin a weight training program and ignore your diet. And, you can't make a really great change by dieting alone. Aerobic exercise would eventually eat away at your muscles if that was your only focus. We've taken care of this problem for you with our Fitness Challenge Manual. Use it! And remember, the manual is only a starting point. Take the principles in there and build upon them, mold them and adapt them to fit you and your needs.
Preparing for Testing. You might be able to pull off 80 or 100 pushups in a row at home under controlled circumstances, but can you consistently achieve that level of performance under pressure. Can you pump out that many repititions immediately after doing a set of pull-ups and walking on your hands. When you train, you must take this into consideration. You will be tested on a battery of different exercises in rapid succession. Push yourself beyond what you think we might ask of you at the testings. In this way, you can be assured of being ready for anything that might come your way.
Don't Cheat! Practice Proper Form. You want to develop power throughout your whole range of motion. When doing your squats, push-ups, dips, curls, or any other exercise, make sure you go all the way down and come all the way back up. If you wait to be corrected during final testing, you may find that you are not as strong as you originally thought. This will lead to less repetitions, which means a lower final score, and it will contribute to fatigue that may carry over into the rest of your testing.
Work On Your Mind And Spirit As Well As Your Body. When you go that extra mile in your training, when you push yourself to your limits, you gain a deeper understanding of yourself as a person. If you give it your all and you train until your body fails you, you will also be training your mind to never give up no matter what it is you happen to be doing. More often than not, your mind will quit before your body. You feel tired so you stop even though you could have pumped out a few more reps. When life gets difficult, do you give up? Are you a quitter? Does your training reflect the quality of your life? This is a whole-being experience. I believe, you cannot develop your mind to its fullest potential unless you also work on improving your body to the extent that you are capable. By the same token, you cannot improve your body without also improving your mind. As your mind and body improve, so will every other facet of your life.
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