Principles of training, FITT, SMART

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how many principles of training are there? can you name them?
4, individual needs, specificity, progressive overload, specificity, rest and recovery
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what does individual needs mean?
focused on the individual needs you have within your enviroment
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what does specificity stand for?
matching training to the requirements of an activity
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what does progressive overload mean?
gradually increasing the amount of overload so as to gain fitness without the risk of injury
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what is rest?
the period of time allotted to recovery
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what is recovery?
the time required to repair damage to the body caused by training or competition
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what does FITT stand for?
F- frequency, I- intensity, T-time, T- type
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what is frequency?
planning how often you are going to train
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what is intensity?
how hard you train
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what is time?
how long you train for
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what is type?
the method of training chosen to achieve your goal
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what does SMART stand for?
S- specific, M- measurable, A- achievable, R- realistic, T- time-bound
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what is specific?
knowing exactly what your goal is
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what is measurable?
it will be easy to know when a goal has been achieved
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what is achievable?
easy to get to your goal
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what is realistic?
if the goal is practical
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what is time- bound
how long you want to achieve your goal
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what does individual needs mean?

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focused on the individual needs you have within your enviroment

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what does specificity stand for?

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what does progressive overload mean?

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what is rest?

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