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    Does daily training abuse the body?

    One former athlete said that if you are not going to fight, it is better not to train so as to give your body enough respite because the training (of a fighter) is an abuse to the human body. When you grow old, the abuses might manifest in the form of sickness like arthritis, rheumatism and other diseases. There's also the probability of Parkinson's Disease which had happened to Muhammad Ali. That may be a good advice to the athletes particularly to the boxers and fighters because I know that their training is too hard.

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    Re: Does daily training abuses the body?

    You have to train different muscle groups on different days.


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    Re: Does daily training abuse the body?

    And as far as Parkinson disease if you aren't a fighter chances are you aren't getting pounded in the dome all day. No such thing as over training, just under recovering (in my most humble opinion )




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    Re: Does daily training abuse the body?

    Quote Originally Posted by Drealdeal View Post
    And as far as Parkinson disease if you aren't a fighter chances are you aren't getting pounded in the dome all day. No such thing as over training, just under recovering (in my most humble opinion )
    I agree in a way but muscle need time to heal.




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    Re: Does daily training abuse the body?

    That is why training is adviced thrice a week for a particular group of muscle. Rest helps the muscle grow. Exercise is a catabolic state while resting is anabolic.




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    Re: Does daily training abuse the body?

    You can do every day is you change muscles.




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    Re: Does daily training abuse the body?

    Its not how hard you train but the regularity of the same. More blood is supplied to the muscles during rest resulting in increase in muscle mass and size. Then again daily training creates mental fatigue and you wouldn't be performing optimally.




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    Re: Does daily training abuse the body?

    It's all about the training we do. If we change group muscles and allow time to rest to other groups, we'll be fine.




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    Re: Does daily training abuse the body?

    I can't get a grip on the OP. "If you're not going to fight it's better not to train" is a little uh.......no, I'll be nice.
    When I train, I punish every single fiber of the muscle group I am trying to build. I want micro fissures all over the place and I want to ache in the morning just to remind me why I have to go train again!
    I'm not a boxer nor a person who will likely be seen playing some sport that involves banging heads together but I dearly love throwing around a few plates and trying to stretch a few cables whilst experiencing a great pump. The song, "Hurts So Good" comes to mind.

    I work certain muscle groups on their own days in order to allow for rest and healing but I also train 6 days a week. I'm nearly 70 and I think clearer and feel better than I did prior to making the commitment to build muscle and get healthy.




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    Re: Does daily training abuse the body?

    I think what the OP meant was that if there's no fight the motivation to train is not as intense, but surely that one should workout with the same intensity, even if we are not competing.

    Quote Originally Posted by preacherbob50 View Post
    I can't get a grip on the OP. "If you're not going to fight it's better not to train" is a little uh.......no, I'll be nice.
    When I train, I punish every single fiber of the muscle group I am trying to build. I want micro fissures all over the place and I want to ache in the morning just to remind me why I have to go train again!
    I'm not a boxer nor a person who will likely be seen playing some sport that involves banging heads together but I dearly love throwing around a few plates and trying to stretch a few cables whilst experiencing a great pump. The song, "Hurts So Good" comes to mind.

    I work certain muscle groups on their own days in order to allow for rest and healing but I also train 6 days a week. I'm nearly 70 and I think clearer and feel better than I did prior to making the commitment to build muscle and get healthy.





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    Re: Does daily training abuse the body?

    Yes it does, any kind of physical regimen done daily will eventually back fire. One must always take a rest, a good example would be going to the gym, it's not advisable to lift weights 7 days a week, it's best to do it 3x to 5x a week then take a rest and let your muscles build.




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    Re: Does daily training abuse the body?

    It depends on the training, we don't need to push ourselves to the limit daily, and this is why the recovery training concept exists.




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    Re: Does daily training abuse the body?

    I agree but only partially. If we work the same muscles one day after the other it does very little good because those muscles aren't given enough down time.
    Separate the muscle groups and work them on a temporary set schedule giving each group the rest they need and everything is hunky-dory.

    Arnold worked out 6 days a week as do many pro bodybuilders but they do it with a plan in mind based on the real science of it.
    I'm no pro and too old to even think about it beyond a very possible amateur status, but I have had some very satisfying results from hitting it hard 6 days a week.




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    Re: Does daily training abuse the body?

    Speaking as someone who has had Osteoarthritis for the last 12 years.

    I always Feel Much Better after Training, and it's Important to do so when you have Arthritis of any Type.
    But you do it Smartly, so I'll do a Week of Heavy Training followed by a Week of Light Training.
    This way I'm giving the Joints a Break, but keeping them in shape.

    Hell, even on my Off-Days, I'm doing Body-Weight Workouts to keep my Mobility and Flexibility up to par.............................. JP
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    Re: Does daily training abuse the body?

    Quote Originally Posted by Alexandoy View Post
    One former athlete said that if you are not going to fight, it is better not to train so as to give your body enough respite because the training (of a fighter) is an abuse to the human body. When you grow old, the abuses might manifest in the form of sickness like arthritis, rheumatism and other diseases. There's also the probability of Parkinson's Disease which had happened to Muhammad Ali. That may be a good advice to the athletes particularly to the boxers and fighters because I know that their training is too hard.
    This assessment is very wrong by this so called trainer. He definitely does not know what he is teaching, I really pity those who are listening to him and his instruction. In fact, it's when your are not fighting that you need to do more training in order to be in good shape, fully fit, agile and sharp.

    Once you stop training because you are not in any active fighting, you are definitely going to lose your form, your footing and confidence. Training should be on daily basis unless you are ill.




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    Re: Does daily training abuse the body?

    It also depends on our age and physical condition. To train daily one needs to have a specific training plan, we cannot simply go for it and hope for the best.




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    Re: Does daily training abuse the body?

    Quote Originally Posted by to7update View Post
    It also depends on our age and physical condition. To train daily one needs to have a specific training plan, we cannot simply go for it and hope for the best.
    Well, as long as you are in a very good health condition I believe that you can chose to put yourself in a constant light training on daily basis. It's not too much in my opinion as long as your body is used to it even though if you are advanced in age. Keeping it light and simple with workouts will definitely make you feel better and fit always. It's not considered to be an abuse when applied in such manner.




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    Re: Does daily training abuse the body?

    Lifting weights every day is not so great and can keep you from gaining muscle and getting leaner. When you lift weights, you create micro tears in your muscles - your muscles grow and get stronger when you let these tears repair, so working the same muscle everyday is bad for the muscle rebuilding process.






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