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Preparation of the body
In order to allow your body to recover and to avoid overtraining, it is vital to have:
It is important to consider which principle of training to avoid boredom in training?
What do you risk if you stop training for a prolonged period of time?
It is possible to overload training by altering what?
Continuous training involves training at a high intensity with a work to rest ratio of 1:4.
Both muscular endurance and strength training can be improved through weight training, but by working at different intensities.
Fartlek training involves varying the speed or terrain over which you run.
What helps to bridge the gap between the end of the season and pre-season training?
Regular monitoring of your training programme should occur how often?
Once a week
Once every 4 weeks
Once every 12 weeks
If you fail to monitor your training and make adjustments as required, what might happen?
Decrease in your fitness
Increase in your fitness
Plateau in your fitness
Any re-tests that are performed must follow the same procedure as the initial test.
To note improvements, test results should not be compared to National Norms.
A training diary should be kept and completed after every session to log all information on the progress of training.