PED 1323 Motor Control & Motor Learning

From skinner j s 2001 do genes determine champions

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From: Skinner, J. S. (2001) Do genes determine champions? Gatorade Sports Science Institute, Sports Science Exchange #83, Volume 14 Number 4, Retrieved January 17, 2002, from Effect of Endurance AND Strength/power exercise in the same person : Endurance training inhibits resistance adaptations 1-3,5 . Resistance training does not impair endurance adaptation 1,4 . 1- Kraemer WJ, Spiering BA. (2006) Skeletal muscle physiology: plasticity and responses to exercise. Horm Res., 66 Suppl 1:2-16 2- Hakkinen K, Neuromuscular adaptations during concurrent strength and endurance training versus strength training, Eur J Appl Physiol. 2003 Mar;89(1):42-52 3- : Noncompatibility of power and endurance training among college baseball players Rhea MR et al., J Strength Cond Res. 2008 Jan;22(1):230-4. Exercise professionals seeking to develop evidence-based training programs rely on several training principles demonstrated through research and professional experience. In an effort to further research examining these principles, an investigation was designed and completed to evaluate the compatibility of cardiovascular endurance and neuromuscular power training. Sixteen Division-I collegiate baseball players were divided into two training groups with lower body power measured before and after their college playing season. The two groups differed in training in that one group performed moderate- to high-intense cardiovascular endurance training 3-4 days per week throughout the season, while the other group participated in speed/speed endurance training. A significant difference between groups (P < .05) was identified in the change in lower body power during the baseball season. During the season, the endurance training group decreased an average of 39.50 +/- 128.03 watts while the speed group improved an average of 210.63 +/- 168.96 watts. These data demonstrate that moderate- to high-intense cardiovascular endurance and neuromuscular power training do not appear to be compatible when performed simultaneously. For baseball players, athletes who rely heavily on power and speed, conventional baseball conditioning
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Motor Control Section 1: The Stretch Shortening Cycle (a.k.a. plyometric movements) Unit 4: Motor Units involving significant amounts of cardiovascular endurance training should be altered to include more speed/power interval training. 4- : Støren O et al., Maximal strength training improves running economy in distance runners. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2008 Jun;40(6):1087-92. PURPOSE: The present study investigated the effect of maximal strength training on running economy (RE) at 70% of maximal oxygen consumption [formula: see text] and time to exhaustion at maximal aerobic speed (MAS). Responses in one repetition maximum (1RM) and rate of force development (RFD) in half-squats, maximal oxygen consumption, RE, and time to exhaustion at MAS were examined. METHODS: Seventeen well-trained (nine male and eight female) runners were randomly assigned into either an intervention or a control group. The intervention group (four males and four females) performed half-squats, four sets of
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