Methods and Principles of Training

Principles and methods of training and adaptations as a result of training.
What principle means to train harder than you normally would?. What P is to ensure that your training programme becomes more difficult as it goes on?. What V is to mix up your training so that it does not become boring?. What M is used to ensure that the athlete does not over-train?. What T is a principle which is aimed at making the training programme interesting and not boring?. What S is to make the training programme suit the sport which the athlete is training for? . What I is linked with a work:rest ratio? . What F is Swedish for 'speed play'?. What W is a type of training that requires equipment and helps improve muscular strength/endurance?. What C is a type of training that involves a number of different exercise stations?. What C is to train for long periods of time without resting?. What H is a result of long term training on muscles?. What A is suited to training for long periods of time and requires oxygen?. What R is lowered as a result of long term aerobic training?. What T is work between 60-80% of your maximum heart rate?. What R is a result of an athlete stopping their training or getting injured?. What P is where an athlete's training programme is split into small managed sections?. What B is a result of training, where an athletes RHR is lower than 60bpm?. What S is another form of Interval training and is used by sprinters!?. What F is the abbreviation the of principles that involve, how/how long/how hard/frequent you train?.
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