performance terminology

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Orientation of performance terminology Study Guide You are having your first orientation session with one of your elite clients who has been training for the triathlon for the past 6 months. You asked your client to complete the following chart: Place 1 in the box if you agree and 0 is you disagree 0 I prefer riding in a bigger gear with a lower cadence than most people I ride with 1 The shorter the race, the better I perform 1 As intervals get shorter, I get better 0 I’m stronger at the end of long workouts than people I work out with 0 I can lift more weight than most in my age category 0 I prefer long races 0 I run and bike the hills better than most in my age group 0 I enjoy high volume training weeks 1 My running stride is short and quick 1 I have always been better at sprints than at endurance 1 In most sports, I’ve finished stronger than most others 0 I’m more muscular than most others in my age group 1 I’m better at swimming in rough water than most others in my age group 1 I prefer workouts that are short but fast 0 I’m confident in my endurance at the start of long races What is this client’s score for Force (strength) - 1 Speed - 5 Endurance - 1 Where is this client strong and where is she weak? The client is strong in speed, but weak in force and endurance.
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