DREW BAYE 8 | Want SPEED? exercise SLOW. PRACTICE FAST!
presents episode 807 | Drew Baye
Drew Baye High Intensity Training podcast
The belief: have to move fast to
recruit fast-twitch motor units
You must fatigue muscles
-within relatively short time
[1 to 2 minutes] -will recruit ALL THE MOTOR UNITS
in target muscles,
regardless of speed
-can do this fast, slow, in-between
hold a heavy weight for 2 minutes,
-heavy enough cannot hold longer
-will effectively recruit & stimulate
all motor units
-as well as any other method
Speed in exercise does not transfer
to any other activities…
-it only affects your skill at
-AT THAT SPEED
Want to get fast?
[regardless of how] will:
-contribute to speed
-in other activities
To increase speed at target activity…
-when practicing that activity
-learn & practice the activity
correctly & accurately
-practice AS FAST AS YOU
CAN DO SO CORRECTLY
“Must practice FAST in an activity
in which you want to perform fast”
-must do it fast correctly
-move slowly during exercise
-fast as can in practice
“This is where fast movement comes”
-risk of injury when moving fast
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