PE- Training methods
Terms in this set (11)
Continous activity (min 20 minutes at required intensity)
Aerobic energy system.
Intensity of 70-85% max HR.
F - Frequency (At least three sessions per week for aerobic improvements)
Intervals of work followed by intervals of rest.
Classified into long-interval, intermediate interval and short interval.
Long interval is targeting aerobic system. 30-4min Intermediate is targeting anarobic glycolisis system 10-60sec
Short interval targets Pc system. 3-10 secs
Applying overload to interval training:
work interval time 15 secs - creates higher intensity requiring more phosphate energy.
100 metres distance - changes the predominant energy sysetm to anaerobic glycolisis.
Aims to build muscle strength, muscle power or local muscular endurance by exercising muscles or muscle groups against a resistence.
Type of dynamic muscle contration
weight = moderate
reps = low
weight = high
reps = low-med
reps = high
weight = low
training program for tennis player
Stability ball side steps - (agility) Power
Tricep extensison (serve) - power
Lunges (volley) - strength
Calf raises (serve) - power
Cable swings - (forehand) Endurance/power
Increase blood flow and replicate actions utilized by a specific sport.
Best for flexibility training.
Higher risk of injury as aposed to dynamic stretches
is a technique that is used to apply pressure to tight areas of the ....
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