Drive Reduction Theory

The Drive Reduction Theory was created by behaviorist Clark Hull (1943). Hull believed that behavior was one of the ways that an organism maintains this balance. His term drive refers to a state of tension or arousal caused by biological or physiological needs. (more…)

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Training Diary

Training diary is probably the most valuable item to athlete, because it helps to plan the future trainings and at the same time, organized and properly filled training diary helps to analyze the training process. (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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