Basic variables of exercise training

Any physical activity ie. exercse training leads to changes in anatomical, physiological, biochemical and psychological parameters. Exercise training can be determined by several critical variables that are important in terms training planning and analyzing. Those variables are training frequnecy, training volume, training intensity and the type of training. Throughout te training phases preceding a competition, you should define which variable to emphasize in order to achieve your planned goal or performance development. (more…)

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Training Load

Training load is different than training volume, which indicates the number of hours or distance you train. Two athletes can have the same volume of training (e.g., 400 hours per year), but have a very different training load and cumulative training load, because one is training at higher intensities. (more…)

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