The Karelin Inspired Training is a revolutionary new way to train for all sports. It combines the power of science and technology with the wisdom of Russian weightlifting legend Alexander Karelin, who himself became famous for his innovative training methods.
Russian wrestling training is a type of exercise that has been around for centuries. The Karelin inspired training is an intense, but fun workout that will help you achieve your fitness goals.
If you’ve been reading this blog for any length of time, you already know how much I believe in going outdoors to exercise. The majority of individuals would benefit from getting more fresh air in their life. Unfortunately, many individuals mistakenly believe that outdoor activities must be suspended during the winter months. They only go outside when a storm is approaching and they need to stockpile food and milk.
In the winter, I am a strong proponent of outdoor activity. A sample of some recent training may be seen here.
When I’m outdoors in the cold, I like to move quickly. Conditioning and strength endurance are my main objectives. I work quickly, with little break in between exercises and sets. As a result of this technique, I am able to continue exercising without my body temperature dropping.
Why are you bothering?
Whenever I upload an outside video, someone in the audience always asks why I don’t do the same exercise inside. To such remarks, I always respond the same way. I have yet to discover a snow-covered slope on which I can run. One of my favorite ways to de-stress is to go for a run in the snow. Each stride is cushioned by the snow, which not only offers resistance but also gives cushioning. As a result, no matter how quickly you run, each step has a little effect.
My idea for snow running came from the great wrestler Alexander Karelin. In 1988, I watched him win an Olympic gold medal for the first time. Then I watched video of him in Russia sprinting through huge snow drifts. Alexander Karelin was a real person, not a fictitious figure like Rocky Balboa. I wanted to be like him because he was such a badass. Snow running quickly became one of my favorite activities.
I soon understood that there were other alternatives once I started jogging in the snow.
Running in the snow and then changing clothing to continue training inside was inconvenient. It felt more natural to end my session where I had begun it. With that in mind, I started doing calisthenics in addition to my snow jogging. I’ve been doing it that way for a long time and still love the physical and mental challenge. Physical and mental tenacity, as well as intellect, are required while training in the cold. Mother Nature requires respect, which should be kept in mind while going into the cold.
In terms of need, it is clear that you can become in shape without ever seeing or feeling snow. I’m not advocating that everyone go out into the next storm. It is, however, a possibility for those who are interested. It’s always great to have workout alternatives that don’t need the use of professional equipment or facilities. Running in the snow is free, but it will always be a struggle.
“Mental toughness encompasses a wide range of characteristics that are difficult to define. Sacrifice and self-denial are two of its characteristics. It is also, and perhaps most crucially, coupled with an implacably disciplined will that refuses to yield. It’s a mental condition that might be described as “character in action.” Lombardi, Vince
Karelin Inspired Training is a training program that has been designed to help you train like a Greco-Roman wrestler.