5 tips on how to improve your athletic performance
Physiotherapy practice Benjamin Körtner
Sport is your hobby? Then you might know this. After each day of training, you feel tired and listless. This is normal, because your body is being put under a lot of strain to keep up with the demands of the training. After a certain period of time, your performance may not improve despite regular training. If this is the case, then you should ask yourself what you can do about it. You may not realise it, but there are many things that can affect how well or poorly you perform in sport.
Here are 5 tips to improve athletic performance:
1. prepare properly for your workout
Make sure you warm up before every workout. This gets the blood pumping through your body and muscles, making them more flexible. It also helps you prepare mentally for the strenuous workout ahead.
2. drink enough before training
Drink plenty of water before exercising. Dehydration is a common side effect of exercise. To counteract this, drink 400 - 500 millilitres of water shortly before training. The water helps prevent dehydration and gives you enough energy to get through physical exertion.
3. get enough rest
In order to recover sufficiently after any training session or competition, make sure you get enough sleep and also give your body plenty of nutrients from food sources such as vegetables, fruit and meat. Don't overdo it with training, because you need rest to recharge your batteries.
4. recognise your strengths and weaknesses
To improve your performance, you should know exactly where your strengths and weaknesses lie. For example, if you play football and have good shooting power, but your stamina leaves a lot to be desired, then you should work specifically on improving your stamina. Be aware of where your weaknesses lie. Also, feel free to ask your coach or teammates for feedback.
5. visit our practice for physiotherapy
In our practice for physiotherapy Benjamin Körtner, I would like to help you reduce your deficits and further develop your strengths with a whole-body training. I will design a training plan for you that aims to increase your endurance, strength, flexibility and concentration so that your athletic performance improves. See for yourself.
Do you have questions or would you like to prepare your body for sporting challenges? Then feel free to call or make an appointment at our physiotherapy practice. Don't hesitate any longer and work on yourself and your skills so that you keep improving. I will be happy to help you with this.
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