PRINCIPLES OF TRAINING

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PRINCIPLES OF TRAINING by Mind Map: PRINCIPLES OF TRAINING

1. TRAINING PRINCIPLES

1.1. PROMOTES A CONSTANT AND SPECIFIC INCREASE OF THE PHYSICAL CAPACITIES ACCORDING TO THE NEEDS OF EACH PLAYER. IT DIVIDES IN SIX BEGINNING

1.1.1. SPECIFITY

1.1.1.1. Develops the physical condition of the muscular and energetic systems taking into account the capabilities of Recovery and management of training stress

1.1.2. OVERLOAD

1.1.2.1. The load should gradually increase in volume and intensity for the body to adapt.

1.1.3. ADAPTION

1.1.3.1. The ability of the body to adapt to the increase or decrease of physical demands.

1.1.4. PROGRESSION

1.1.4.1. The physical requirement must be continuously increased in order to reach the optimal aptitude levels

1.1.5. REVERSIBILITY

1.1.5.1. If the player stops training his winnings disappear quickly so he must have a moderately high level all year.

1.1.6. VARIATION

1.1.6.1. The exercises and activities must be changed regularly to reach the maximum level of fitness and to maintain the interest in the training.

2. PERIODISATION AND RECOVERY

2.1. Athletes wear out during a hard workout, so a proper recovery period should be allowed to avoid injuries and be ready for the next workout.

3. METHODS OF TRAINING

3.1. AEROBIC

3.1.1. Aerobics: 'with air or oxygen' trains athletes to process more air with less effort and pump more blood with less heartbeat while maintaining a rhythmic Patron.

3.2. ANAEROBIC

3.2.1. Anaerobic: 'without air or oxygen' this exercise manages a high rate of work for a short time.

4. STAGES OF A TRAINIG SESSION

4.1. WARM-UP

4.1.1. Prepares the player for training to continue raising his temperature to facilitate his performance.

4.2. MAIN PART

4.2.1. The type of training depends on the training and goals. Each sport uses different energy systems.

4.3. COOL - DOWN

4.3.1. Is to bring the body to its natural state after having performed an activity and this is done by stretching.