Methods of Fitness Training

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Long Interval
Use both energy systems. Typically sports requiring 1-6 min effort. Middle/long distance athletes and games
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Sprint Interval
Designed to stress the alactic and lactic system. Improving muscle stores of ATP & PC. Direct effect on sprinters or activity where bursts of speed are required.
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Fast Interval
Sessions develop anaerobic endurance. Stress lactic acid system. Delays onset of fatigue and decreases effects of lactic acid. Training for 400m runners/sprint swimmers
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Plyometric Training
Concentric Contraction=Muscle to cause movement it must shorten. Eccentric Contraction=Muscle is lengthened. prior to contraction it will produce greater force through the storage of elastic energy
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Amortisation Phase
Time between concentric & eccentric contraction must be very short otherwise elastic strength is lost
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'Stretch & Shortening' Cycle
1. Rapid eccentric movement 2. Short amortisation phase 3. Explosive concentric movement
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Designed to stress the alactic and lactic system. Improving muscle stores of ATP & PC. Direct effect on sprinters or activity where bursts of speed are required.

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Sprint Interval

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Sessions develop anaerobic endurance. Stress lactic acid system. Delays onset of fatigue and decreases effects of lactic acid. Training for 400m runners/sprint swimmers

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Concentric Contraction=Muscle to cause movement it must shorten. Eccentric Contraction=Muscle is lengthened. prior to contraction it will produce greater force through the storage of elastic energy

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Time between concentric & eccentric contraction must be very short otherwise elastic strength is lost

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