Principles of Training

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SPORT relates to principles of training. What does the P stand for?
Progression
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What does the term Aerobic mean?
Exercise with oxygen
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Why is completing a warm up important before a sporting activity?
Prepares the body for exercise by raising the heart rate
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Name the FITT principles
Frequency, Intensity, Time, Type
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What does Training Threshold mean?
Minimum rate at which heart must work to bring about certain fitness improvements
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What is oxygen debt?
The amount of extra oxygen needed after exercise, over and above that which would have been required at rest
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What happens at the R stage in the training process?
Reversibility - when you stop training you return to your original state and lose all effects that the training has had
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What must a training programme provide the athlete with?
The programme must suit the person completing it
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What is lactic acid?
Waste product produced in the working muscles
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What does the term Aerobic mean?

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Exercise with oxygen

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Why is completing a warm up important before a sporting activity?

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Name the FITT principles

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What does Training Threshold mean?

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