1. What are the four aspects of the overload principle?
- Frequency, pressure, timing, progress
- Frequency, intensity, time, type
- Adjust, increase, record, measure
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2. Why is gradual progression essential in training programmes?
- It allows time for recovery
- Intensity increases appropriately
- Different skills can be overlearned
3. What are the two ways in which the principle of specificity can be applied to training?
- To the individual, and to the activity
- To the age, to the personality
- To the experience, to the fitness
4. Why should there be variance within training?
- To maintain motivation, provide fresh experiences and avoid overuse injuries
- So the performer learns new movements and is used to completing open skills
5. What does moderation refer to?
- Too much training can cause injury or fatigue, while too little achieves less.
- The performer needs to be consistently overloaded with regular rest breaks.
- Training should combine burn out exercises with very easy exercises