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Athletic Abs Power You Up During Games

Posted Jan 18 2010 6:37pm
Build your athletic abs with power training to power you past your opponent. Stay stronger and more explosive for longer periods during your games and you will win most of them!

Core strength is important to "power you up" when you are fatigued late in the game!

One of the first signs of fatigue that I look for in an athlete is whether he or she can remain strong and upright towards the end of the game. If your core is weak, you will start to "bend over" and lose power and explosiveness when you run. Next, your arms will start to "flail" instead of pumping powerfully to fuel your running.

Adequate core strength helps your speed endurance, which is the ability to maintain maximum velocity or a percentage of maximum velocity for a prolonged period of time or in a fatigued state. The best players and teams have excellent overall body strength, core strength and speed endurance (and they win the most games).

If you are a serious athlete, you need a program that continually challenges and improves your core strength! You will lose power and speed during the game if you have a weak core area! Sports Fitness Hut's Athletic Abs Training System will give you the strong core that you need to compete!

This training system has 3 levels: basic, intermediate and advanced. So, you can progress at your own pace. This workout will also work perfectly with any Sports Fitness Hut full body strength workout program!

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"Other things being equal, a muscular, powerful athlete will outperform a fat, slower athlete. Sports Fitness Hut's Fat Blaster Athletic Power Training System will give you your "lean and mean" athletic machine!"

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