Training

Principles of training: 

  • Specificity- relevent and appropriate for the individual 
  • Progression- gradually increase over time to ensure improvements
  • Overload- above the comfort zone to force adaptation
  • Varience- range of exercise reduce boredom
  • Moderation- appropriate for the performer to adapt while maintaing a HBL
  • Reversibility- maintained so gains are not lost
  • Frequency- how many sessions
  • Intensity- how hard the sessions are
  • Time- how long the session are
  • Type- method of training used

Training programme:

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Training

Principles of training: 

  • Specificity- relevent and appropriate for the individual 
  • Progression- gradually increase over time to ensure improvements
  • Overload- above the comfort zone to force adaptation
  • Varience- range of exercise reduce boredom
  • Moderation- appropriate for the performer to adapt while maintaing a HBL
  • Reversibility- maintained so gains are not lost
  • Frequency- how many sessions
  • Intensity- how hard the sessions are
  • Time- how long the session are
  • Type- method of training used

Training programme:

  • Test- training

Comments

No comments have yet been made