The chances are good that if you are training hard, you are friends with the bottle of Advil. Sore muscles, inflammation and achy joints are no fun and you know the pills work but apparently they do more than relieve your pain. Charles Poliquin cautions against the use of NSAIDS during intense training.
Ryan Lochte just beat Michael Phelps and took the gold in the 400 meter individual medley at the London 2012 Olympic Games. Prior to this race, he has won 6 gold medals, owns 4 world records and he looks to do very well during these Games.
How does an Olympic champion train for his sport when he is not in the pool? Here is a glimpse of Lochte’s training regimen.
Weight training involves injuries from time time to time as do most sports. Nothing new there. But would you still train with weights and in your sport if you had suffered through this menu of injuries endured by one well known guy?
Torn biceps tendon, (surgery).
Two elbow surgeries removing 9 bone spurs the size do teeth.
Torn adductor muscle.
Over a dozen high ankle sprains.
Torn calf muscle.
Paul Levasque has. Levasque, otherwise known in the WWE as Triple H knew he had to make some changes to his training regimen if he was to continue wrestling turned to Joe DeFranco Training