Chapter_08_4E-1 - chapter 8 Principles of Exercise Training...

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8 Principles of Exercise Training chapter
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Learning Objectives Learn the differences between muscular strength, power, and endurance Examine how strength is gained through resistance training Find out how specific types of aerobic and anaerobic training can improve performance Discover techniques to monitor changes in training
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Terminology Strength is the maximal force a muscle group can generate Power is the rate of performing work Power = force x distance / time Muscular endurance is the capacity to sustain repeated muscle actions or a single static contraction
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An Isokinetic Testing and Training Device © Tom Roberts
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Aerobic Power The rate of energy release by cellular metabolic processes that depend on the involvement and availability of oxygen Maximal aerobic power is the maximal capacity for aerobic resynthesis of ATP
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Anaerobic Power The rate of energy release by cellular metabolic processes that function without the involvement of oxygen Maximal anaerobic power is the maximal capacity of the anaerobic system to produce ATP
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General Principles of Training Individuality: any training program must consider the specific needs and abilities of the individual for whom it is designed Specificity: adaptations to training are highly specific to the nature of the training activity and should be carefully matched to an
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