Health & Fitness: Specificity in Training

Specificity. 

Everything costs something. If you want to enhance some part of your performance, you should be prepared to suffer some short term (or even long term) consequences to other aspects of fitness and performance. 

There is almost always a trade off. 

Any specialization phase ( strength, power, endurance, cardio ) will result in some temporary tradeoffs. To make specific adaptations you must be willing to make short term sacrifices. Commit yourself to making the progress you want in the area of fitness (or aesthetics) you're targeting, and then bring up the other attributes when appropriate. Beginners can make adaptations across the board concurrently, but experienced, trained athletes will have to sacrifice something in the pursuit of the desired, specific outcome. 

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