Strength Conditioning – NASM OPT Model
The foundation of any Strength Conditioning program should be Form Function, Flexibility. NASM shows us the way to fitness through cutting edge science.
NASM OPT Model, The Science of Fitness Applies to All Fitness
Body Composition, Weight Loss, Bodybuilding, Crossfit, Weightlifting, Olympic Lifting, Muscle, and Corrective Exercise.
With the world wide web out there, and tons of misinformation regarding such a personal subject, now is a better time than ever to understand the science of Fitness.
There is one universal method to build the body, Science shows us how
The best Athletes in the world follow this and the results are proven with performance driven results.
This is the ladder that Science has built.
- Endurance Conditioning
- Hypertrophy Training
- Maximal Strength Conditioning
- Maximal Power and Speed
NASM OPT Model has many applications including
- Physical Therapy, Corrective Exercise
- Body Composition Change
- Strength and Conditioning
- Performance Enhancement
The main focus in NASM is Form Function, and Flexibility. Exercise without these considerations is like playing Russian Roulette.
Conditioning the body without putting Form Function and Flexibility first will lead to
- Muscle Imbalance
- False Proprioception
- Inefficient Neuromuscular Functionality
- Improper Muscle Recruitment
- Soft Tissue (Muscle, Tendon, Ligament, Cartilage) Degradation Injury
- Irregular and Premature Joint Degeneration
Fitness is about building the body to become stronger, and creating health benefits, not destroying it.
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