It is a 100% myth that you cannot gain size and speed at the same time. This myth is based on the concept of Relative Strength. You can increase your Relative Strength while adding size.
The easiest thing you can do to perform better is stop doing the things that are slowing you down.
Imagine that you’re Superman. One day, Lex Luthor pulverizes some kryptonite and sprinkles just a little bit of it around your house. If you eat (or inhale) a small amount of kryptonite dust, it won’t kill you. You’ll still be able to push through the day and save people, you’ll just feel slightly off. In fact, you’ll get used to feeling that way and believe it’s normal.
But as you keep ingesting a little bit more kryptonite every day, your ability to help people will slowly, invisibly decline until your body reaches the point where it’s spending all of its energy trying to overcome the effects of the poison.
Eating food that is not good for you is kinda like sprinkling kryptonite dust on your body, game, and brain.
Imagine how much better your performance, energy and body composition would be if you eliminated all krytonites. Even at the most elite levels of sports, athletes often have krytonites that mess with their recovery, training adaptation and body composition.
My name is Chase Jackson and I have spent the last 13+ years of my life and $250,000 of my own cash studying the World’s Best Athlete training methods.
What have I learned in that time?
A couple things, well a lot of things but I want to keep this section brief because this isn’t about me. Its about you.