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How do the principles overload progression and specificity relate to flexibly?
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What are the three scientific principles of an exercise prescription?
What are the Army's seven recognized Principles of Exercise?
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What does SPORT stand for and what does each letter mean?
What are the principles of training?
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What are the three components of the FITT acronym associated with overload and progression?
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What is the principle of progression in sport?
The Principle of Progression implies that there is an optimal level of overload that should be achieved, and an optimal time frame for this overload to occur. Overload should not be increased too slowly or improvement is unlikely. Overload that is increased too rapidly will result in injury or muscle damage. Exercising above the target zone is counterproductive and can be dangerous. For example, the weekend athlete who exercises vigorously only on weekends does not exercise often enough, and so violates the principle of progression.
What is the difference between overload and progression?
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What are the 4 principles of training?
There are more than four: SPORT FITT Specificity - Choosing a type of exercise that is related to the http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_does_each_letter_in_sport_fitt_mean# you do. Progression - Gradually progress/increase the http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_does_each_letter_in_sport_fitt_mean# you are doing. Overload - Doing more exercise than what the muscles are used do. Reversibility - The muscles slowly decrease in strength due to a stop in exercise. Tedium - Varies of different http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_does_each_letter_in_sport_fitt_mean# do prevent boredom. Frequency - How often you exercise. Intensity - How hard you exercise. Time - How long you exercise for. Type - The type of exercise you do.
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What does FITT mean in sport?
Specificity - Choosing a type of exercise that is related to the sport you do. Progression - Gradually progress/increase the exercise you are doing. Overload - Doing more exercise than what the muscles are used do. Reversibility - The muscles slowly decrease in strength due to a stop in exercise. Tedium - Varies of different exercising do prevent boredom. Frequency - How often you exercise. Intensity - How hard you exercise. Time - How long you exercise for. Type - The type of exercise you do.
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In gcse pe what is sport p?
Principals of training S - Specificity - make training specific to what you're trying to achieve P - Progression - make training gradual to avoid injury O - Overload - FITT (frequency, intensity type and time of training - work too hard to get better) R - Reversibility - lack of training makes your muscles weaker T - Tedium - boredom P - Periodisation - athlete peak occurs at the correct time
How could you adapt your future workouts using the sport and fitt principles to improve your flexibility?
You could adapt your future workouts using the SPORT/FITT principles to improve your flexibility by choosing specific exercise, the progression of the exercise, overload doing more exercise than usual, reversing to slowly decrease the strength due to a stop in exercise, tedium to do different exercise to prevent boredom. frequency how much you exercise, intensity how hard you exercise, time how long you exercise, and the type of exercise you do.
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What is the difference between overload and progressive overload?
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What is the principle of overload in strength training?
This means that you cant keep doing the same weights or sets or reps, you have to increase in progression otherwise your body will adapt and it will become too easy, and then you will plateau. The overload principle is you overload your body with the strength training session, you eat well, you recover enough to do the same again v soon. all the time gradually increasing the factors I mentioned above one at a time only so if you increase weight you reduce reps or sets.