Princples of Training

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It is a Principle of Training
Individual Needs
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The keyword for this definition: planning a training programme for an individual as a result of the effect of previous training
Systematic
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What is the name for the rules in which you have to follow in order for your training to work?
Principles of Training
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Fill in the gap: rest and recovery allows time to replenish energy producing _______ in muscle fibre.
Enzymes
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The keyword for this definition: how much lactic acid the muscles can cope with
Lactic Acid Thresehold
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What is not a Priciple of Training that occurs when you stop exercising?
Reversibility
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Specificity matches your training to the requirements of the...
Sport
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Fill in the gap: you can apply progressive overload by applying the ____ principle
FITT
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What type of rest of recovery is a cool down at the end of a training session
Short term
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What part of FITT does 'decreasing work time' come under
Intensity
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Fill in the gap: to _________ increase the amount of overload so that finess gain occurs, but without potential of injury
Gradually
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The keyword for this definition: planning a training programme for an individual as a result of the effect of previous training

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What is the name for the rules in which you have to follow in order for your training to work?

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Fill in the gap: rest and recovery allows time to replenish energy producing _______ in muscle fibre.

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The keyword for this definition: how much lactic acid the muscles can cope with

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