Tuesday, 12 May 2015

Principles of Training

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Guys it is still exam season so the excuse behind the lack of posts is that we are temporarily occupying our time in alternative ways. However I can promise daily diaries will return next week.

This is a GCSE PE worksheet used in schools

By using the principles of training as a framework we can plan a personal training programme that uses scientific principles to improve performance, skill, game and physical fitness. A successful training programme will me individual differences which are personal fitness needs based on age, gender, fitness, and the sport for which we are training. A successful training programme will also include exercises in the correct heart rate  target zone. The principle of specificity shows that training must be matched to the needs of the sporting activity to improve the specific component of fitness in the body parts in the sport uses. Once the type of method of training has been selected to suit the needs, progressive overload should be adopted to gradually increase how hard you work over time. This is not to be confused with overwork which can result in injury Lack of, or prolonged breaks, in training can result in reversibility where any adaptations taken place during as a result of training will be reversed once you stop. In planning a programme, use the FITT principles to add detail is important. To decide how often you train is considered frequency and relates to how often you train. the intensity,or how hard, you work each session can increase as you get fitter. Similarly the length of time, how long per session can increase to overload the body. You should also consider the principle of moderation. It is important to have rest periods which allow the body to repair and recover so you can work at a high enough level on the next session

to be continued

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