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Improving Performance Syllabus Notes

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Technology Social Issues Human behavior Exercise Personal life Plyometrics Recreation Weight training Strength training Continuous training Stretching Fartlek Anaerobic exercise High-intensity interval training
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Technology Social Issues Human behavior Exercise Personal life Plyometrics Recreation Weight training Strength training Continuous training Stretching Fartlek Anaerobic exercise High-intensity interval training
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Strength training will not be effective unless: the exercise is specific, employs the overload principle and resistance increases as adaptations occur. (progressive resistance) Resistance training: a form of strength training where each muscular effort is opposed by a specific resistance - Elastic: elastic bands generate tension, which improve strength by resistance. Tension is increased as the band is stretched. Elastics are versatile, portable and adapt to a range of movements making it very useful, however not very durable. - Hydraulic: generates resistance through cylinder adjustments. The faster the movement executed, the greater the resistance will develop. With Hydraulics, resistance is achieved by both pushing and pulling and lifting and lowering movements. Pool water also creates resistance. Weight training: uses barbells, dumbbells,...
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