These sugars are stored in the liver and muscles as ‘glycogen’ which act as the fuel tank for the muscles when they are working hard in training or during sport.
Not eating enough carbohydrate results in lower muscle fuel stores. Hence this will cause the athlete to tire early and over a period of time affect daily training and performance.
Top 3 Exercises
training Interval training can supercharge your fitness, boost your metabolism, burn off that extra fat and start reaching those goals that you have set yourself.
It’s fast, simple and effective.
To begin, start with a jog then once warmed up sprint for 20 seconds and jog for 20 seconds.
Try this for 5minutes first then add on as you go along.
This should only be done every three days so your body does not get used to it.
Burpees hit a wide range of muscles and are a great anaerobic exercise.
Done right you will see great results.
Here’s how it’s done.
Start in a standing position
Do a squat while positioning your arms for a push up
Kick your legs back (your body is now in a upper push up position)
Return your legs in the squat position right away From the squat position explode up in a jump reaching for the sky.
Abdominal Crunches helps people get the perfect flat toned stomach.
1. Lay on your back on a mat or towel, feet elevated above the floors, your legs raised at 90degrees
2. Keep neck straight, (tip: pick a point on the ceiling to help)
3. Arms across the chest or at temples.
4. Crunch ribs towards hips exhaling on effort.
5. Perform slow and controlled reps.
Try 3 sets of 15-20 to get a toned mid-section.