Principles of overcompensation
There are three basic principles:
Principle of repetition
In order to carry out a sports adaptation, you must know that just doing one type of exercise is not enough for your body to produce improvements. The effort has to be prolonged and repeated over time for your body to adapt.
Principle of addition
An incomplete rest, makes the actions that are carried out add up to each other.
Principle of duration
The process of adaptation of your organism will depend on two factors: The effort made or what extends over time. What this principle says is that the exercises have to last a long time.
I’m sure you’re doing bodybuilding cycles to notice a progressive improvement. That’s why we recommend that you first think about a routine and a training plan according to your capabilities. Set aside several days a week for exercise and make them a routine, this way you will avoid skipping any of them.
What we are going to talk about is what comes after these trainings. The muscles involved are exhausted and knowing how to recover is key to planning your next day’s exercise. If you don’t pay attention to the recovery phase, you will give less of yourself in the next phase and you will have bad feelings. Hydration is a fundamental part of this training, as those who practice crossfit know. This can lead to feelings of frustration, which affect both your performance and the physical part.
Why it is important to perform a correct muscle recovery process
Not only do athletes need to recover and rest after a training session, it is important to understand the physiology and theory of training. Anyone who has subjected their body to greater than normal physical stress needs a period of recovery. A physically demanding workday, including mental effort such as preparing for exams or creative tasks. The brain also needs rest and you should treat it as one more muscle. You will notice that after a very demanding mental effort, your head does not reach the same performance as muscles and sport.
The lack of rest is also associated with the feeling of being fed up, the pulse and rhythm of breathing will go up and the precision of your movements will be much worse. When all this is added up, demotivation appears.
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