Training adaptations

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  • Created on: 03-11-14 16:35

ATP/PC system

ANAEROBIC TRAINING:

  • overloads ATP/PC system
  • increases muscle stores of ATP/PC
  • delays threshold between ATP/PC and lactic acid systems
  • increases potential duration of high intensity excercise (up to 2 secs)
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Lactic acid system

ANAEROBIC TRAINING:

  • increases body's tolerance to lactic acid
  • increases body's stores of glycogen
  • delays OBLA blood lactate accumulation
  • athletes can work at higher intensities for longer
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Aerobic system

AEROBIC TRAINING:

  • increases storage of muscle and liver glycogen
  • increases mobilisation of aerobic enzymes
  • uses FFAs as a fuel earlier which conserves glycogen stores
  • increases aerobic threshold which increases potential intensity of performance
  • delays muscle fatigue
  • increases efficiency of lactate removal
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