Bruno Martini, sponsored by RRD slalom athlete who competes in both the national and international circuits AICW PWA's, and his coach Giampiero Martini, as well as’ his dad, RIWmag readers have some training advice for windsurfing.
First, good morning to all readers of RIWmag!
On this occasion we present tips and simple methods of approach to training for windsurfing made by windsurfers.
We believe that as a first goal, before you engage in any type of training both in the gym and in water, one of the most important things is the mobilià of your body considering that practicing windsurfing activity is already in a static posture and muscle tension.
All this leads to a’ posterior muscle chain stiffness not indifferent: from here they can derive and postural imbalances muscle imbalances.
Very important so before any activity type check if your mobilià is sufficient for the type of exercise you are going to face:
for example, if you want to perform the squat, of bending on the legs with a load on the back, but you don't have enough mobility of pelvis or lower back to align and download correctly forces then that year for the moment and to its characteristics is not suitable.
Another example the traction at the bar to strengthen your back: It won't be ideal if because of windsurfing or other extra activities and’ contracts and shortened. What do you mean?
Our muscles are mobilized before and stretched and then if enhanced, not to mention a risk of accident rate higher.
For this reason we must insist on full capacity to move without imbalances and varying stiffness, that will allow you to work with greater functionality, safety, without stress or pain, but especially to last over time.
How can we find the greater rigidity you ask?
Bruno for example as an athlete above all during periods of race now knows where it accumulates stress and various stiffness.
Windsurfers for us a very stressed and working is statically in the schine, especially high in the intrascapolare, that is in the middle of the shoulder blades.
Or another very prone to rigidià are on the back legs of the tibial and femoral biceps, especially for the slalomari pushing as being.
Today's reality, referring notably to slalom, and’ that are increasingly powerful equipment like sails or fins that allow us to you’ always reach higher speeds but it is also true that require much more’ strength.
text & photo: Bruno and Giampiero Martini 4 www.RIWmag.com
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