Join our Explosive Mode indoor training sessions at Luxembourg's finest alternative sport facility (www.rcv.lu). Every Saturday at 2 PM we train together in a group to improve our speed and strength with special methods, such as contrast training and eccentric overloading. It's free to try, so stop by with a friend when you are in the area.
Personal training available both online and on-site. Start right away to fulfill your dream. Just PM me on Facebook. I work a regular 9 to 5 and have a family life. I understand the difficulties that come along with the time constraints. It's challenging, but not impossible to get fit.
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Explosive Mode speed and strength training targets fast twitch muscle fibers that are traditionally overlooked in regular fitness training. But fast twitch muscle fibers are more prone to muscle growth than slow twitch muscle fibers (ref 1). Furthermore, explosive training is proven to be beneficial even for endurance athletes (ref 2). So we mix in explosive exercises in all our training. Not only does it bring variety to the training, but it's also a lot of fun.
You don't have to belong to the elite to train like an athlete.
A lot of exercises that professional athletes use are unknown to the general public. Something as simple as hill runs are rarely performed by non-members of athletic clubs. Keep yourself updated with the latest excercises and news by joining our mailinglist below.
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The Fit Businessman book and DVD series offer the complete training and nutrition package for busy people. Learn for instance how you can train without a gym membership and how to perform active recovery during your holidays. The new Outdoor Edition is now available for download here.
1. Paddon-Jones D, Leveritt M, Lonergan A, Abernethy P. Adaptation to chronic eccentric exercise in humans: the influence of contraction velocity.Eur J Appl Physiol. 2001 Sep;85(5):466-71.
2.Taipale RS, Mikkola J, Nummela A, Vesterinen V, Capostagno B, Walker S, Gitonga D, Kraemer WJ, Häkkinen K.Strength training in endurance runners.Int J Sports Med. 2010 Jul;31(7):468-76. doi: 10.1055/s-0029-1243639. Epub 2010 Apr 29.