Principles of training

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R- rest and recovery
The period of time alloyed to recovery and the time required to repair damage to body caused by training or competition, a long distance runner would train every other day to allow their body to recover between training sessions.
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I- individual needs
Matching training to the requirements of an individual, a long distance runner needs to not have asthma and has to have experience in stamina.
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P- progressive overload
To gradually increase the amount of work so the fitness can occur but without the chance of injury, a long distance runner needs to pace them selfs at the start of training and after a few more sessions pick up the speed or increase the distance.
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S- specificity
Matching training to the requirements of an activity, a long distance runner needs to do a lot of stamina training whilst a short distance runner needs to do a lot of short fast pace training.
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R- reversibility
When you stop training maybe due to injury. You lose fitness when you don't do sport for a certain amount of time. Adaptions made when training will stop when you stop training.
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F- FITT(frequency, intensity, time, type)
I'm order to achieve overload.
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I- individual needs

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Matching training to the requirements of an individual, a long distance runner needs to not have asthma and has to have experience in stamina.

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P- progressive overload

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S- specificity

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R- reversibility

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