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How To Become a Faster and Better Player in Days – Not Weeks or Months

There are two different types of fibers within your muscles, it can be hard to know how to train your muscles for speed rather than strength, and a lot of athletes become frustrated when they can’t figure out how to up their speed while they’re training, it’s often that the strength builds and not the speed. Use resistance bands gives your the right amount of resistance to train the muscles in the right way in order to improve your speed.

Key Takeaways:

  • Slow-twitch muscle fibers provide power and endurance, but speed comes from fast-twitch muscle fibers.
  • You can hone your fast-twitch muscles by doing isometric exercises with resistance bands.
  • Many training programs pay inadequate attention to muscle groups that are important to speed, such as the thigh flexors.

“The bottom line is you cannot condition your muscles for speed using the same techniques you use to train for strength.”

Read more: https://athleticquickness.com/fast-muscles/

 

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