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HHS 231 10.2 notes

HHS 231 10.2 notes - The principles of Training Progressive...

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The principles of Training Progressive overload – adapting to amount of training Increase the amounts of stress on body = adaptations that improve fitness o adaptation Specificity – the body adapts to the type and amount of stress placed on it FITT o Frequency – how often o Intensity – how hard o Time – how long o Type – mode of activity Reversibility o The saddest principle of fitness o Fitness improvements are lost when demands on the body are lost when demands on the body are lowered o If you stop exercising, up to 50% of fitness improvements are lost in the first 2 months Individual differences o Everyone is NOT reated equal o Differences in ability to improve fitness, body composition, and sports skills o Is there a maximum fitness level? Genetics Guidelines for training Train the way you want to your body to change Train regularly Start slowly and get in gradually; do not over train Warm up/cool down
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