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Week 3

What are the Principles of Training? Specificity, Variation/ Accomodation, Progressive Overload, Recovery, Reversibilty, Individualisation
What is the Law of Diminishing? A beginner athlete makes relatively large performance gains with a small training load whereas a heavy training load may make large improvements for an advanced athlete
When is muscular power maximised? 30% of maximum velocity 50% of maximum force
Ballistic Movements? Squat Jump --> contractile component of muscle responsible for force protection. The stretch shortening cycle may facilitate other ballistic movements.
What is a Human Torque Curve? Measures torque through a joint
The 3 shapes of the Human Torque Curve are: 1. The Ascending Curve, 2. The Descending Curve, 3. The Ascending-Descending Curve
Factors responsible for shape and amplitude: Muscle CSA, psychological design, fibre type composition, neural inputs, force-velocity
Created by: Bre19