Kinesiology 4433A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: One-Repetition Maximum, Working Set, Overtraining

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Background: the force-velocity and power curve is a physical representation of the inverse relationship between force and velocity, failure to understand the relationship and its importance will likely lead to less than optimal training prescription. Speed, strength, power linked but how you train each is different. Maximum amount of power that can be generated is usually between 30-50% of max force generated. Increases specificity of training: strength vs. power vs. Provides real time feedback: allows for quick adjustments to load/reps/sets to ensure proper muscular quality is being developed, equations are available to predict 1rm. Each rep has to be done with maximal intent* 2 warm-up sets followed by 5 working sets: 2 max velocity reps during each working set, aim to get close to 1 rm (approx. 80%: example - 1 rm of 225: Proposed by russian physiologist, leo matveyev (1970"s: further expanded by dr. tudor bompa, analyzed data from 1952 and 1956 olympics.

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