c Isokinetic Training d Plyometric Training C 8 This refers to the load being

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c.Isokinetic Training.d.Plyometric Training.C 8.This refers to the load being lifted in comparison to the maximum load (CH. 7) 9. Explain push – pull workouts. (CH. 7)You can split your workout by separating lifts into pushes and pulls, doingeach on separate days. Pulls involve movements in which the load starts fartheraway and ends up closer to the body. On the contrary, pushes consist ofmovements in which the load starts close to the body and is moved away.10.Explain circuit training workouts. (CH. 7)Circuit training is a resistance training method in which single sets of severaldifferent exercises are completed in quick succession, with little to no restbetween exercises. There are typically 10 to 12 exercises in a circuit, and one tothree circuits are usually completed in a training session. The loads are kept lightand performed in a high number of repetitions.11.Discuss pyramid training workouts. (CH. 7)Pyramid training refers to a change in the intensity of an exercise from set to set.Pyramids can be ascending, descending or triangular. Ascending begins with alighter load, and each subsequent set begins with a heavier weight. Descendingbegins with a heavier load and each subsequent set is done with a lighter load. Intriangular pyramids, they ascend and descend and the heaviest load is done in themiddle. Pyramid training combines several aspects of both maximal strength andhypertrophy protocols.12.Explain super sets workouts. (CH. 7)Super sets are multiple sets of exercise in which a set that uses the agonist muscle group is immediately followed by an exercise that uses the antagonist muscle group. Ordering the exercises so that agonists and antagonists are trained back to TS1024/082
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back can allow you to move from exercise to exercise with less time spent resting/48 13. It is widely believed that at least ? hours of rest is necessary for a muscle to sufficiently recover following a training session. (CH. 7)14.Discuss how to warm-up and cool down from resistance training. (CH. 8)General warm ups consist of light aerobic exercise, jogging or cycling. Dynamicwarm-up protocols consist of full-body movements aimed at warming up themuscles that will be involved in the training session, by increasing the bodytemperature. Movements commonly included are walking, knee hugs, cross-kneehugs, lunges etc. Cool down after workouts help the body recover. Cool downperiods do not have to be excessive in duration. A low to moderate intensity cycleor treadmill after a lower body workout is sufficient. Similarly, performing low tomoderate intensity upper-body training for 5-10 minutes will help the bodyrecover after a workout.False15.Recent evidence and studies have shown that stretching a muscle just before training will increase its ability to produce force. (True or False – CH. 8)Static stretching 16.The technique that involves slowly stretching a muscle as far as you can stretch it and holding that stretch for approximately 30 seconds is called. ? (CH. 17.Using a partial range of motion during an exercise is often a sign that the load is too heavy. (True or False – CH. 8)True18.A common mistake when lifting is to bring the head forward when performing thelift. (True or False – CH. 8)True19.The negative aspect of using straps, wraps, and belts is that the lifter may become dependent on them and use less stabilizer muscles. (True or False – CH. 8)D20.During lifting, a good spotter can (CH. 8)
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