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The first personal trainers were usually bodybuilders who were hired to help customers develop large, well-defined muscles. For this reason, many traditional exercise programs developed by bodybuilders emphasized only one muscle group or joint at a Time. This isolation approach to the design of the program, which focuses on linear exercises with a single axis of rotation, can help someone look impressive while walking on a podium in a swimsuit. however, most straight movement patterns require joints and muscles to move in multiple directions, often at the same time, so it is not the best approach for improving motion skill or coordination. Traditional bodybuilding exercises focus on the retractable element of the muscle that is responsible for generating strength, but it is the fascia and elastic connective tissue (ECT) that control how that force is passed through the whole Body. The retractable element of muscle contains the actin and myosin protein filaments, which generate strength by sliding over each other in response to a signal from a motor neuron. Strength training can improve muscle strength output by increasing both the number of motor units (the motor neuron and the muscle fibers is attached to) that are activated, the cross-width of individual muscle fibers, or a combination of the two. What is often overlooked is that each individual muscle fiber is surrounded by fascia and etc, which actually lengthen when the retractable element of the muscle Shortens. Muscle and fascia perform two different functions. The actin-myosin fibers are the retractable element and generate force, while the fascia and ECT divide the force around the body between the different parts of the Muscle. Strength training for the retractable element of muscle requires shortening (or Contracting) a muscle to apply a force to an external resistance. As the actin-myosin filaments glide over each other, they generate a force that causes the muscle to contract, causing the limb to pull the weight (or load) to Move. The heavier the load, the greater the amount of force required of the muscle Fibers. If heavier forces are applied, the motor units adjust to recruiting more muscle Fibers. These fibers, in turn, increase in size. (learn more about how to adjust muscles to strength training here.) While traditional resistance training can make muscles strong, the following six considerations explain why training to target fascia and ECT requires a different Approach.
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