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I've spoken before about the importance of being able to "feel" certain muscles working or to be more "kinaesthetically-aware" and mindful of where our bodies are in space when performing certain exercises.
This "mind-muscle connection" is a great early learning teaching tool and definitely serves to lay a solid foundation of movement proficiency/competency with fundamental movements.
When you change your training from a low to high threshold setting (slower more controlled movements to high speed movements) your cueing (intrinsic vs Extrinsic) needs to follow suit ->
For e.g. when playing sports you don't have time to "think" about what muscles are working -> that's why sometimes it's simply important to just GO - also reflected in your training.
This is a principle I have been applying more frequently to my main compound lifts. Simply focusing on intensity and execution as opposed to what muscle I feel working -> this goes in stark contrast to many training ideas that we have married ourselves to. This approach has allowed me to put more intensity into each set.
Now, I'm not saying everyone should train like this, nor that we should be compromising technique to use more weight or more reps. This is something that must be earned. That means getting the basics down really well and then moving on!
Everything from your cueing to your exercise selection/execution should push towards accumulating progressive functionality for your sport.
This should be reflected in every program geared towards athletic performance. There is no right or wrong way just poor application.
A sample progression:
1. Very low threshold and intrinsic.
2. Lower threshold/complexity intrinsic.
3. Higher threshold/complexity intrinsic.
4. Highest threshold/complexity extrinsic.
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