01:377:370 Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness, Interval Training, Intramuscular Injection

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Aerobic endurance may improve as much as 3% per week during the 1st month, 2% per week in 2nd month, and 1% per week or less after that. Need continued overload ( by adjusting intensity and duration) for continued improvement. Responses to training are very dependent upon genetics. Everyone responds to exercise but they need different intensities. With intensity help constant, the frequency and duration of exercise required to maintain a certain level of aerobic fitness remain considerably lower than that required for improvement. Drastic reductions in volume can impact fitness measures other than. There is some evidence that decreasing frequency has less impact on maintenance than decreasing duration. Tapering for peak performance: based around recovery needs and replenishment of glycogen stores, reduction in muscle soreness without detraining effects. Optimal tapering may have more to do with progressively decreasing volume rather than intensity.

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