If you’ve been working out for over a year or two then you probably have realized that doing the same old workouts over and over again, week in and week out can get really boring, really fast. This leads many volleyball player and other athletes to start looking for new, innovative workout regimes.
Unfortunately however, the vast majority of fitness training programs out there are intended to either A) help you burn fat and lose weight or B) help you put on muscle for purely aesthetic purposes ie. bodybuilding or looking good for the opposite sex. Athletes on the other hand are interested in getting stronger, faster and improving their overall performance on the court. And while getting six-pack abs, or toned arms is always a nice thing, it is usually a good idea to follow a fitness program that will focus on the result that you want most.
That brings us to The SpecForce Alpha program which, while not technically a program for competitive athletes, does in my opinion have some good ideas the volleyball players can utilize to improve their performance. Note however that this program is clearly targeted towards a male audience, so if you are a woman this may not be your cup of tea. Furthermore, the program is designed to help users forge what the program refers to as an “Alpha Male” physique, so again, this is not something that is going to make a lot of sense for females.
But, assuming you are a man, lets delve a bit deeper into this program… The course is in some ways more than a fitness course because it includes nutrition and advanced hormonal optimization techniques along with exercise protocols to achieve the desired results.
This is something that a lot of athletes fail to think about – the way that their hormone balance effects their fitness level and performance abilities. Clearly those who have optimized hormone levels will be able to have better workouts, more beneficial recovery periods, and as a result they will play better when its game time.
Certainly something you may want to consider.
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