Mike T Nelson – Mike Nelson Training – Training with Joint Pain
Training With Joint Pain:-
Joint pain is a common interruption to aggressive training, especially when training for personal records. It can completely derail training progress as it adds pain and frustration. In this lecture, Mike walks through a proven method to keep progressing while alleviating joint pain. If you are pain-free now, these tips will help you stay that way, and propel you on to new PRs.
“Generally, you’ll find this is what people are going to be looking for—body composition, more
strength, more muscle and less pain—and we want to do everything we possibly can to increase the cost-to-benefit ratio. We’re going to have the highest benefit from the time we spend in the gym and we want to be able to do it at the lowest cost.” ~Mike T. Nelson
• Three factors of overload—load, volume and density
• Vitamin D—hormone related to increasing muscle mass
• Protein, and the turnover increases
• Unusual methods of training: axel, ropes, car-push
• Applying the information
Mike T. Nelson, MSME, PhD(c), CSCS, is a human performance researcher, called upon by organizations such as DARPA, ISSN, ACSN and NSCA to help their members perform at their best. You can learn more about Mike through his website at miketnelson.com.