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The major objective in physical training is to cause biologic adaptations to improve performance in specific tasks. This requires adherence to carefully planned and executed activities. Individuals with superior physical training and conditioning are stronger, better coordinated and less subject to injury. Training and conditioning can be broken down into three basic components, the development of: (1) muscular fitness, (2) joint flexibility, and (3) aerobic fitness. All three components are necessary in a training program to maximize safe physical performance. The cornerstone of physical training is the law of specificity which means that the body makes specific adaptation to imposed demands. The more specific the demands, the more specific the adaptation. You will be able to maximize all three from the comfort of your home after experiencing this workout regimen.
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