Principles Of Training

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S-Specificity,P-Progression,O-Overload-FITT,R-reversibility,T-tedium
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Specificity
training or exercise related to the needs of the individual e.g.a footballer uses a football and does football drills
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Progression
Training becomes more difficult over time e.g.where the overall actions during a race are performed with such speed
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Overload
greater demands are placed on on your body to push yourself beyond the training threshold e.g.seen in strength training where the muscle cells start to thicken and grow in size (hypertrophy).
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FITT
F-how often you train e.g.3 times a week ,I-How hard the activity is e.g.lifting heavier weights ,T-how long each session is e.g. increase by 5 minutes ,T-Type of exercise e.g.long distance running to improve cardio vascular
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Reversibility
exercise needs to be maintained otherwise body loses changes e.g.when you're injured you lose fitness
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Tedium
Exercise needs to be interesting and varied to avoid bordem and maintain motivation e.g.running,rowing,cycling
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training or exercise related to the needs of the individual e.g.a footballer uses a football and does football drills

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Specificity

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Training becomes more difficult over time e.g.where the overall actions during a race are performed with such speed

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greater demands are placed on on your body to push yourself beyond the training threshold e.g.seen in strength training where the muscle cells start to thicken and grow in size (hypertrophy).

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Card 5

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F-how often you train e.g.3 times a week ,I-How hard the activity is e.g.lifting heavier weights ,T-how long each session is e.g. increase by 5 minutes ,T-Type of exercise e.g.long distance running to improve cardio vascular

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