IB SEHS 6.4.2: Discuss the key principles of training program design
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Principle of training that states that sports training should be relevant and appropriate to the sport for which the individual is training in order to produce a training effect.
Progressively overloading the body's systems and increasing training stimulus over time to increase the fitness adaptations gradually.
To improve on any aspect of physical fitness, an athlete must continually increase the demands placed on the appropriate body systems.
If the training plan is terminated then fitness improvements will return to pretraining values. the effect Detraining is much faster with muscle endurance in comparison to strength. 10% vs 40% loss over 8 weeks.
A structured, organized approach to training. This approach revolves around the completion of certain "phases" of training within a given time frame.